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 10, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01210
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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A. lThe Jo wil beglad FISHING SCHOONER IDA BURNED. on
to give its ,ber the BIGtOF
resuld^ I t bll gmWITH BIG CARGO OF MACKEREL H
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S* nigtoer_',p7Vlock. Was on Her Way to Pensa- WANTS ON
S' Natioial Committe iiA on Oc- -But Satrd ightSa is a OFUI cola From East Pa NAME
of all contributrs t te cam- busy one i4 a newspaper With Catch.
Lsk all democrats who are solicit- o r P Wg Wil Send L
W.- have funds already c61lect to, A,. h IlIIN had
"n TO-DAYn so we cn get-t i0i- O--please O .bolirne Tanks Leaked and ]
Se as 6ooo as _ssible. The need is urgent,' y only rd- the Oil Ignited, Vessel I
houlde, at once.ll" ad answered, special Appeal Is Made For Burning to the Waters OWi
-, .NOW$. give you r .. neighbor a Funds To-Day, and Many Edge in Short Tim-lO- ittig an E
K a ewler e..... ..... ........... .. .. .. s. L* chance to g results Should Respond. 000 Pounds of Mackrl
100 BMeSaiMsJi .. .......... .. .. .. .. Lost. tee is to request
S.IIT-9Y C". WILSON, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA. = : 4 9 m* The shing chooer Ida, owa by
S. & . 2 .0 E. E. Saudr ft Co., was totally de- a b
~_i..: .::..:. o:. ::: NEWRgBY n THE FUND TO-DAY. stroy in ... ..
-, n, pChipBy, IT5. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.0 BRIT- E UISER c1 by_ i renth on t tewhai t PreS st ao
_-. B R- Wt *T'-Y f! --t ifor o f mFfr m n w i th t t u t
o hip e', Ft.. .... 0. . . .. 1.. .00 abUuE 1 'o whl ou th.at c o m.ay
S. Totl --.. .. .......... .. .. .. ...............$601.00 Acknowledged yesterday$68.00 o ar been engaged dring the tr s.a 'hea oe .. o t
Sy o y J C. Cowan, agdad... 1.00 erel season The vessel w aa muxi- ae l rat
to Repishort.. ,l at Glscow -Th r B W. C. T .U .of McDavid.. 2.50 ar s her being fitted wit bot w the ato of
o- officral ti y qy at" tain- Total .............$. 71.50 the ignition of gasoline was the ceUse. '& Oe.1e d ai
note of war.. ..* ed a speed "'O 1-4 knots, In nation Mrs. W. .3M. Tat- of the blaze. The crew left the vesm i .
I I from lGreat Brtaw breaking- all ve. It was ian quantity of I boat rm ommtte'
Scheme, me pew te speednotn hier ed made by the captain eo the smack, those to vote agii
meI ssD BS-EB BIG" SK, er had not hindered.|mhasd ettt itoe
IUSs Ie !OkU*UlU UIIlU*n**U otpr **** WON'T YOU ? whl^w. thwth-t u- o a
statJe a "HELP THE "s lien mtthe e Y tankapl o te eatmttee.
I' '_a'at .,w Il ifisetems L~eu..,IilliPl .CHILDREN? irom ts easine- as- w--a
Eti sad+ 0 .i goMU* M ,_ ._/__i d1 -l ro "- The men reaaed aboard the olast o-seaue metin,
II $100 is Needed Sy Tonight to Pur. for about belf sa hour after she took a committee co
So .. a.f Opponsents of Law and Order Bryan Resents Interfa ce chase School Books For Needy Ahe ma had a ot nr s
a:.Wbe owa Le 7-e Threatez to Dig of Ropsevelt In His Fair I Xo1 ne the or eT .s" l bt
""l t. il II The Journal desires to bring the orred ad was er way to the eama ld
now@&* arr of Up 0 Blue Laws. Fight Against Taft. I book I Ip to $100 by g eity, after bein.oa^se a e oniS-tlp-to
-toied ,n Ijd-- ,-r^--o'loc k tonight. The need is arrgent hoad 1o,00 poundt oe maner on a ah aBrmdag
how I..s 0. Ov AsdadmithProw& andCaptain Chris Johon s Gay etsa tg tne e r
to itthe s811p pl&atf`0orm from h W. H. MS Oveeas f

mte csepi%** a behalf America. f,-,
that Taft could give not prom- y s.r. There iq too mur money in Pen- lL
Sis of real reform and tr attackedt.l Ne that will combine -rofYankeessor Wil" ysacola and too these -heartl ted,s you
eg'he who Republican partgeneralyHeclosed. ame- "Te lgan Saloanner," Columbia broad-minded people only to the Lord. but A apigo
r t rdo *e a *s opa Snday will his speech with a severe arraignment University, whoad s D e silent of theship to e genermit any oeservng child toJudge Hold That
bel.- oeu t at e0 jemI t e of the president for, he charged, ater-o National Institute of Arts and Letters, grow up in ignorance when a few dolberte, Ge

SSeS s S hea l elaws wns be fer didacyofa his apoetween himself have suggested is sure that theInstitute 29.50lars will furnish the books needed to c Endorsement Is a A
~ o M. oo. o aalt n p. of the Amitshenerican peoplthe pro- open today.him the avenue to knowledgeeer
Am*i 55 ik l9Ih3dibU4,1where other term." Justice, he declared, do- T~e Star Spangled Bmaner," "Mar- are lending not only to the Lord, but _A gl cm

her is ay on Sunday. ed that the president iMcase o It wsah be discussed tny aheine tto make happy a number of humadeservinity y An a Jude Holds Thaton ap buetin
S on am-eo i -h wlle caln let enghisofii meting in November aal dues to fd it is lhrlte ones? Chicago Oct 9-A dpa e ppm at oe
Ua d up s to estail nts cdidacy of his Prcessrly that a prie Swill e red forth $29.50 more at least should e given ndafor the ne
SUi'_ 1~nMed ther s a teet orno sui- need of the n asuof heomerican people sub-a today Judge e f he uperir te act are to
.h ati ..s.. lke l to opn. good- national anthepwll e uoon- be Wiill YOU, d ea r reader, neglect thisFully et ." C.nted to the o
eif .n re...Hi hase r oved notice on I r I n Psupplied by the institute, golden oppo rtunty to DO GOOD, aan or clad Kehoe the i
Sa of at drink pc a to It will be discussed fy at the to make happy a number of deservingving a signature er
mig uldl l -a' to /IL ll IUnexti meeting in Novembers of th and found that Ist osthem mean "all right," and are rv e rETAILED
s t iea-- comin y N SCU S likely that a prize will be offered for Fort Waye, in says: o i ent for the nei
a mn u r n In rject hasInot been taken up o ficia lyh ell



liklytoP hap UI te e INytn h N. As On tve sb F oatol for hmat tieal ughtt "b K snt toteco


la than usual at his residence and #on candidate for president, began ley, J. Bowers G
l r moc1upied his ttme with corr a by the institute, but Dr. Sloane Fhars oim Woman's Atten- writt a a or Kehoe the



i Ide nce. yv Aseccty r II te Prnim will close it Mondacy and go to Madh- o A Jpde Wlleh
SDet tro street rOctlway, drusto 9.The night before son. Wis.,the for a seeing. Mr. Chais n t t Hsband TAFT WI mean "all rgt" and ae D



aon w a.-TTa dtlopsiAn h the opening oel the battle for the says he has been averaging five oner *
"l .... l g w ws. to revaisg n c U- . s between 11 their opinions coincide wit ahis. C DAH i aet to an endrsemeON e. ,poe ,T
Entsii iampmade grew out of a refuse Of the Mc-



Sit n Et to be t .00,000 ARE the Chicago National LeaIui Team in TWO KILLED Utoppayfor material boutb L a
miat th.t O" Beie- A dent. As.at d By Atoco ted Pror fo Amuncipa ug. Sincnat, 0, t ENGLAND indication tonight is thatt the ... assa, Va., Oct. 9.Resu plan cinnati. Oct. Bride c ay Pledger of Jac o
b-ad&,quiethan d .,Hes remains d CampionshipGmes. Eugene Chafin. of Chicago. prohibi- Tragedy Invirginia .1ReultSbu ild -ete C. D
lathan usul at hi residence and tion candidate for president, began ey, 3. Bowers C
Sof New Or occupied his eerie with correBenne a speaking tour of Indiana totay aHe From Woans Atten- Taft and President Roelt on; Clark of Cal
S t eere. A morrow will b ted e ill clos it Monday an go to M dead and another seriously wound consultation in Ordered at th


ta the old ora were Aocat Pr. spicious circumstances. Itaseball efore son. With Serious Resuting. Mr.Chafined a t Canova, six mileand's from her Washington, where the candi a committee of t
Selo today Lodo. Oct. -The Gene theusiasm is at an intense pitch in e has been averaging fiveward Fair. is wife and Snay Oct statement to be
au d"NO sialmu for the 000n i#0 '0 9*.. 99 world's championship finds both the speeches a day for eighty days. Broth. CONFER SOON : T re ot


t Lak-tel Dp Wcater- ral Federation of Trades Un- Dthe ctroity Americand baseball is practically andt brother Allen Fr caed ona eg ber th. Aer three days tributed through t
way A ht W tobe te on has issued a anReto de- the sole topic of conversational Leagu Teamin TWl ont i bor Ticker POy Edward Fars in Ohio. Monday, Tueday g theaction o
e t ttdance today was t clarion that there are 1,0000 pubexcellentcos. Bennett Park is in k n oer i attention was attracted to what he Wednesday of nex week, naming Kehoe as
'dbe OUT OF WORK fident. IN A WRECK B am, ct..t-R P u of By r,-em, .berte. of scb
ar at o, the empoed n the UNGAND Every indication tonight is that the, te Northernp Pcfic eiInIs awarded as an unusual Oct. 9.riees ult Taft i n is attention to statemert to e b
tag thwas not lesseed. Two ter- Kindo, with dependents aropeningeries at Bennet Park tord. n s a C ctah the remaining three as they were prof a


t 4 eses held the attention o mberg 7600000 serving mrrow will be under the pamost au- Irtt Soft S potI te imaae pthet. They were by w thereby. The federi m specious M manager Jenninces sayaseball en s pitch- With Seriou Result. secured a gun. ovareturned anil shot and Washingtonlle .. Chattanoga, ed was eommittp of t
T ieI Sheet. o lf New toYrk.and 4 omends the creating ofT a min- *ng choice ies beat an intween Kllian and instantly killewad Ale. Hwie then date will spGreend sboro N C.day, Oto-and Mstaton, Pledger
i Jon s seterson.of St. Lo9es. Mr. F aIster of labor ad a permanent Donovan. whilty Manager Chance will p c.tl BunYe Cnas Mc btock was turned the gun upon his wife. Tucker Richmond. Va. a At his own requr


Shots attacked violently the system "unemployment" bureau: that use either Overall or Rsltacht severely injured Poey interfered and received thel
etoerftdoas by commission. "Thla 4 all members of the union re- T tuaie, while traveling at hign shot ldteaded for Mrs. Fair. Posy *** ***** **4 (coinued o
g-,Oa"-- Slo-ts declared, oIt wholly s fuse to work overtime. srlll/CaiT a, speed, struck a soft stretch of road- thk managed to get the "un andO
-Arican and In violation ofs, the mpoyed in the United CONVENTION Of the ndiedati te nie reron Ptoa -thei- r regarded as an unusual kile lling him a w ns nt m oe a
S ttprtclple of free governme inter-." Kin**o** w**th de ents 9 are it will filed ith owed a .ar ae ye stra. Th beinstantly.wie roter A-; t oiltun h m anin toe street o e bi


e Rp and t wip were The ar brothers are sons of the te | s t were
S.nft.Li.r lteolaradpem nt MISSION WORKERS bwried inder Hhe e n T Gd The pas lMte State Senator Fair. one of the I 91, l
: t. of N ewoYrk, and 9 omens the creating or a mm- 9 lng choice lies between Killian and a Engineer Ca Os R ad"ntck was itrntd.te gnu nhi wite. TTenn., Gru ack e roncPledr a




" ant delar. is wholly use to worservice between a thousand and f spd, struck a s road then managed to get the gun an te To w
SA mc at *n wos, bnt American nelbor ay that ten hundred deletes to the otern- h TA engine rolg ntO the Choeradt, ee risr c a Sae ardh head kilnw him,


IA Oct. t-Chars H. Trotter, the murder wag deliberately plotted tional Missionary Convention o1 the o* -- -- near Jac Ala. at l5 Lof 1 h) a n ows t
S*' d q a*d VFacente Toleio by FIliplnos, who waylaid the party Christian church were welcomed to Amociated Pr-. 2 ..a *Sa-'-. --'- mernin e t s s ose
"a -,l ttlm, 8-a Spaniards, were and provoked a quarrel. the city. A chorus of several hundred New York, Oct. 9.-The fact Manila. Oct. S.-Avother typoon of Mobe. Te aegroe t ew ineilj -
Mo talgoatedaB ar Tbo,- in* They rther cam that th Fiipino voices, conducted by E. ackle that Andrew Carnegie has 4haa pgased cleg to Manila aXd still death. Kelly's body h not bs re The ee
~ pre IaI of Pampagna by a party *-e f ipmlwa. The men were murdered -eutgate the ertle. and pro.eeute the features of the service. Mrs. Jo- pain fund of the republican night. but was not troublesome toI j ...... S.S
with boleas their bodies were bad- murderers and they have therefore Zigler, o0 this city. made the address national committee. was an- the feet, which Iad received ample As REPORTED ,r I T. -A
Ly mu sent a representative to Maanila with oi welcome. u noMnced today by State Chair- # waning I -A pM l I t ,e
Trotter w- contractor and land a petitou to Go'ernor Smith to cause: Tomorrow the general business of 9 man Timothy I Woodruff. The eet will be ready for sea this -T- i1 A -R e ie
o*wv r. an d hat4trble over land with a special investigation- of the case to the convention will begin in several Mrs. Russell Sage has on- evening., en route for Japan. BIrpinb .n, Ala.. Oct.-A spec.- t_ piers is -
&-* aF PlUpiio. whO led the party when be made. departmeni.s Missionary board busi- tribated $1.W00 to th- same Thirteen new cases of cholera and lal from T.aomaville. A. : though that traS
SThe F Ilplu r assert 'that Trotter are strongly incensed over the tour- tivo ; ssion, no reportL being made past twenty-four hours ending at 8 running extra with Jon v. Cobb in The Soathern ra
AMd& Mi maenkes W Ows.th aegrew det. &public. k44 a tbM ass -cha-ga l k l al ihu-


emional Comn-
udous toRe-
arInny.

LY ONE
ON TICKET

better to Both
Keboe, Asking
Court D cides
SOne WiMl the
draw, and So-
Early Reply.
-reasoal Commit-
Messrs. Mays and
ing candidates for
amniation for cou-
the decaikm of tdi
Florida, whatever
be, and in the
ecidee in favor of
her withdraw, thus
same am the ticket
c aoainee. This
eFunlak yesterday,
t noon with Chair-
residing ad a quo-
resent. Two of the
sent were among
nst the nomination
Cte Arst meeting
SReturns..
wberte returned tc
at 9:45 awd whe
been done at the
r, stated that w'ae
nvened there wai
D among the com
the most emem of
. After a l-tbi
decided that th<
Sbe to address '
both Mesrs. Mayt
r tie if the *u
s ain favor o
ent lUtiation, wil
aw, thus leaving
1. This action wai


san Mr. -le.
and the cmmitte',
e In the better.
* for harmony, and
a declared by the
led to the once,
moral election."
Cmnittee w te.
ed of.M ChaIan
ge WWard, of De-
dey, of Madleon.
of Manila, aad
olmn county.
also passed a reda-
the chairman to
utwl date a state-
rspapers, t n which
Sset forth as pre-
"mitteo when It de-
nomine.
REPORT
[IE MEETING
Tr Jeurnal.
ia Fla. Oct 9.-
sssiona commttIee
rsuaant to the call
Present: A. H.
SClark C. B. AB. si-
,mphell, proxy for
SBuell Cook pro"y
of Washetgase;
my for Miltow Pled-
the meeting as
Irman. was to ap-
Sconmittee. and
named: D'Alem-
1: Ward of Walton:
a, Ashley of Xadi-.
boun.
9 chairman appoint
iree to prepare a
published atnd dik-
he district, explain.
'he eo-'nittee in
the nieinee, suet
assd u;io:i the facts
senteG to tbe com.
amittee as appoint-
of J. R. Welles,
and C. B. Ashley.
*st Ashley Was ex-
o Pase Two.)


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river at Jackson
sorinin through t,-,
e. tge-r Keli.'


xcdent came about
d that dO misread
d eight Cars woet
wo of whica wer
Sand six with lam-
S=we tis lIte by
and WIfSt to i.
if the bride. Oe
Imaamai, but It Is
c will ot be dc-
lway operates the


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and the WEEKLY JOUR-
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was discharged sad K i ee was iu d
$3 and costs.
These sses were the resoRl at a a
altercation between tia two a

T" JflE MRS. R. C. BARNES REIEl
RIO, IS DEAD AT
TALTANASSEE
TI of A. C. Brewton vs. Tallibwhuee. Oct. 9--Mrs. Abel Cot- McG ourin, Biug am, Nor-
tea Barnes died yesterday at the re-
the L. & N. to Be Heard ideace of her daughter, Mr. La'ra thup and ( iCey Talked
S In U. S. Court. ried over to her former home Mari- to the Crowd .
Sana, for burial, on this mafternoon's
Tatrain. Always rail, Mrs. Barnes had
The damage sit o A. C. Brewtoa6 been a great suffterer for many months The Republican rally held in SH-
as aa -ty-te ag the estate of Ira sad her peacefal passing away jst ville square a1 night was well at. HIGH Q
C. Biwwtom vs. the Imisville & Nash- at the close of day, was a blessed re- tended, the audience being composed That the high standard of excel-
j, )ile Ralread s bon tranferred lease from farther pain. largely of negroes. Jece rigidly maintained by the
tuao the sta to the Untted States Her youngest son. Mr. Edwin Among those occupying seats on manufacturers of "GOOD LUCK"
we-t, whne it will h heard at the Barnes, am n her two daughters, Mrs. the speaker's stand were Fred V. flaking Powder is appreciated by the
i t atf fart. This action was Laura Hopkins and Mrs. Charles Hop- Marsh, T. F. Meourin, F. Bing- wholesaler, the retailer and consum-
%ta bhtpdAY '. a9toneys repre. kins, west over to be present at their ham, A. McD. Mayer ,A. Cohen. John eralike, is evidencedbythe great num-
...... .B. am. desat. mother's funeral service which will M. Cheney, W. H. Northup. J. S em- lr of freight trains running in
The sl' t is for $W0,000, and was take place tomorrow morning from the nlg, Dr. W. A. J. Pollock and J. ,. every direction from Ric imond. Vir-
bg ought ea aecoest of the death of Ira pVIeopl church. Mrs. Barnes will Callahan. inh a. and hauling tarload of "GOOD
Brewtm a on the P. & A. division be laid beside her husband, the late W. L. Watts, colored, opened the LUCK." These large and steady
ft as S the ot.L The yonag man was a Wm. D. Barnes m oe the honored meeting by announcing that T. F. Me- shipments fully demonstrates the pop-
'.OS& beaINGObm f sad, was killed while engaged comptroller of the state of Florida. Gourin would act as chairman. ular faith in this powder.
4[A J th -Gly ItY 2fo sA SM S ecats. Three sons and three daughters sur- A series of ~otwtg pictures were je Tne above shown carload wad re-
Sv.. M M i vive their mother. The oldest son. shown on a canvas located near the centlybought and received by the
21n 8 o ne O4NmN William D. lives in Marianna; the center of the square, sad Wyer's band Pensacola Grocery Company, who are
SThat is LAXo k l BDaMO QUIN- second, Thomas, ia Alabama. and the furnished music. widely known for their excellent
1Loo. f3w f the signature of E. W. yonagept, Edwin, in Tallahassee. Here, Chairman McGoerin said that he was judgment in buying for their trade.
t 4e8 l'MOVT lE. Used the World over to also, is the ame of the oldest and glad to see so many present. and that aInevery purchase made, two things
Core a 0i a oa One Day. 26c. youngest daughters, Mrs. Arvah and The Journal evidently looked throh
110 D t .Mrs. Chas. Hopkins. Mrs. Hollanu, it I large end of the telescope in count-
O i he e y. Do't th baseball the second daughter, lives in New Or- Ih the number present at the meet- ness man. he said that he was remind-
a - I W IWsd' Srig, to- leans. These sons and daughters are "lug Thursday night. He said that it ed of a celebrated Chinaman who
all married, and their children were required more than rain and bad visited this country a few years ago.
qy2 p, = p lks 'Club. a source of unfailing delight to their weather to quench the republican eel- The Chinaman was a very inquisitive
grandmother, whose cheerful, unsel- ing in this city and asked the quee- fellow and in passing a sky-scraper
M6 loon--is, W AFRISCAN_ fish disposition kept alive in her heart tion, What would have been the dif- buldAing he asked what the building
a ready sympathy that greatly en- ference if It bad not rained Thursday wu und for, and was informed that
NUT PALM OIL deared her to all young people. Mrs. night?" After predicting that the Re- was used for and was ngoccupied bthat
--, he .er i C at e --a Leone._ Barnes also had here a large number publican party wonMd win a great vie- waters. He then asked how many
Agg M o o ^rtiaL C e ~at LeOD"of relatives and & host of friends who tory in November, and thanking God lawyers. He there were ind ho New ork any
*.III VtL t Will sorely =-s her presence from that the people atof this country were and pon being told that there were
ISao Th |g-M3 among them. allowed to vote for-zSen of their own noutduponhbeitxclmd ta h ow
i L ... s p ,~._,- ___ __ __ __B y_,__ __ __choice, he said t16 A h e cand date s about t ,0 0b. he exclaim ed, "M y C o d!
, -" I Wshtotmto. Oct. 9;-BDh fair to of the republican par were equalIn Why there are only two in my do-
Sv s the tbsan seed sallt tdstry of point of high endeavor sad eitlsenship ma andIt is my intention to cut the
afrliu. the pale-n- aJan rSt ms UIA eed1Ato the candidates of any other party. main and it is my intention to cut the
Sm He referred to Taft ? ? havin always head off one immediately upon my re-
O wet Africaonly waitsIRS-Her efer UrU IJ "made good" and said that Roovvelt turn to China."
Se the has dones morde to. are o Speaking of conditions a the local
t rL T y of Sierra lsmes, in a umay bIom fLi ne o mo. m science of the peopip any man in nathree month no work has been aus
#Wd Ttthorizedathe Pensacola navy yard
iU vwit- w of the taSme ad. winvites.resickly.V=A. if Taft elected and the payroll has dropped from $40.-
f e work nw on laboiousltriye a Mny of th Mre. Binga-m Talked. 000 to about $12,00 per month. Does t
hed rF. F. Binghaa. eaMdidate for the this indicate that the department of
JV s bT. $8a. 8 Ol 1 the navy does not care about taki
S5There is little cunltivat m of thelegislature, was then Introduced by the navy dointes not care aboutce taking
,... nut pln trees b"yuo allowing them. II s fIf 8 himan i MuGerin a Mr. Binga= wholly opined tothe administration
W sgf- t .WS aSSsin the nuts that1 Ihd 5 CHM OO was greeted with much applause, andwolyos th admnitrtio
to g.ww t aoviK th e wa frequently applaw edd during the and its measures.
oth s woay take their dp es. e 'roei their & E a. hadcourse of his spee.k, which is printed John M. Cheney, candidate for gov-
Sto ,. AIscru d e ydn in lswhee. ernor, made the closing speech in ad-
iu ring"Ts alS most 35.000 tons mdeica Dr. W. A. J. Pollock. another can- voescy of his election.
Q su t amdsofi ,7va. SX"& bM didate for legislative honors at the SE IS STLL
iy -*" s1 ^ ^ <*. hands of the Remblucans, was pre CASE IS STILL
to t l a an Ge ft haa tht e same power to vented from a on account of BEFORECOURT
fHl| gt e ta tr cand09 0a br41. anMtfd ref pa a Capt. W NOrthlUwp. The preliminary hearing of J. Har-
Sd Capt. W. H._..k candidate for vey Witherspoon Philips, charged
Si M iM rW AN Lm T Scoffts Emuls Ito a ai congress from the Tr district, was ... .. ,
-Cl A L en oW. introduced by the chairman as "our with embezzlement, consumed the en-
WAS EXONERATED next congresama" He said he "be- Utire day in County Judge Bellinger's
SWWat be isnated ia the -- sd i 0 e1 ii5 st "o I a m lived that we hae pot got anything court yesterday and will be taken up
JCha t. r an muinw s .ia nan The eol o Shifrm J. C. Van Pelt eow is wh aetnm ur me ame from the national. .exanet except again this morning at 10 o'clock.
tpeomnt to attma t to alter the and VW. m fies, chax.d with fight- ~ sA r .w : a weweV sa -n a what would come as t course An additional charge of embezzle-
watero i is Isee er driklag pkrn tag, wa ede in the receder's i*m the*r-J r'st8 fta- a of evets." a of the t. tent was placed against Philips yes-
vei.Ins a dIel7M081a~. o t yese y. rW YVanm Pelt a = 0Ihe YT ness of a&lawyer, a %a ylterday, making lve In 411.


QUALITY MEANS CAR LOAD SALES.


are carefully considered, namely the
selling points of tLe goods, and
whether or not the article will per-
fectly please their customers. They
have found by long experience tnat
"GOOD LUCK" never fails to meet
these and, in fact, all othir demands
made upon it by dealers and users.
It is a source of satisfaction for
every cook to know that she is us-
nlug the best powder ever made when
she uses "GOOD LUCK." She is the
court of last appeal, and she has de-
cided that "GOOD LUCK" W as her
wants. She Mkes it for lip uniform
goodness, for the fine tempting light-
ness it imparts to all kinds of bpead
and other cookies and for its abso-


lute purity-which is poettel
gumarateed u=der the FPod deat am
Act, June 30. 19. Series No. 1~6.
Eminent chemaists a pt tell't1
have endorsed it. It is packed emly
it the Mole a. eat 4Tin Poil News
Board Can, whii keeps the power
as it is made-fresh, strong and dry.
The Pensacola Grocery Company atd
it taken but a little time to mU a
car-load of "GOOD LUCK." The Il-
lowing gentlemen hgadle the prib-
lems and details of their em:
Mr. R. F. Mitchell. President.
Mr. John H. Pace, Vice-PresMdea
and Treasurer.
Mr. J. J. Halloran, Secretary.


present He has accepted the invita-
tion and preparations for the service
are now being made.
UUIi Rl ll lllL The work of constructing the had*
CD IIER STONE- some church bull4a I s now -rowre
li *I am: ig rapidly, large quantlties of buge
IA11 I Il Il brown stone blocks arriving almost
ll l I miI daily, while stone cutters and other
workmen are busy placing the atom
ILLb Iu in position after it as Dee
cut. Yesterday seeral very

D Wmil Ask Candidates
To Abft By
Appropriate Services to Be Supreme Court's TPeisio.*
e t .he (Centlase Fre n Firost PaWe)
Conducted at the New ced arm the committee Clark
M thodist Church. pointed In s stead
MethOdist Clhurch. It was ordered that the chairman
be authored to draft a letter to
each of the candidates askl g them
DR. J.. FRAZER, PRESiDING EL- if the supreme court deeiesIn favor
of Either that the other withdraw sad
DER OF THE MOSILE DIlTRICT' soiUcitisg an early reply.
SOA AN Committee then adjourned, ga-
WILL OME TO PENSACOLA ANDect to the call of the chairman
OFFICIATE AT THE SERVICES Real Bat Tr .
RmtowbZ s pas To C -e
The corner stone of the handsome morn-aJIas y e ay
new First Methodist church building th
on East Wright street, is to be laid Ed. P. Goldsmith, trustee. to B. V.
next Wednesday afternoon, the ser- g olsli $100-Lots 11 and IS .
vices commencing at 4 o'clock. Dr. 2 Park Place.
J. S. Frazier,' presiding elder of the
Mobile district, is to come to Pensa- The Dianer Pall Reminder.
cola sad conduct the services. Though the diner pail is empty.
The date of the corner stone laying the tin out of which itis t adeI ts
was recently decided upon and an in- uintlsunt of a tax for b t a
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U, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1906.

MA Political Advertisement.


HON. F. F. BINGHAM'S SPEECH AT SEVILLE SQUARE


,,____ mu _-_-____ Seicr Had you ever ihouglt how Advocattlg the Election of Dr. W. A. J. Pollock and Himself to the F
________________ teJ& M ^ ffiq w li -. I.~~<. o very particular y6u should be a a ,. C ...e
Sw. r in the selection of baby's first lature as Escambia County's Representatives
a-ba.da t to t i ha In shoes. How sensitive their
-8L ISItiem n t ater _tcOm OM l e e s before a I truly a pleasure to be here to- What a graitiltous insult that lawyer, We wold grow t
19 little et are, t er O a alght aa speak to you. your representative, olere! to your little boy said th
D. Me., .Itsare ak --w -e leather that is soft and pliant t ak wefor the change in the intelligence.! pos plits. bo s
S1air. who and a last that permits of t-imes, and for the good sense of the aa en
wt.hem ,.- .-.- .r adample toe roo t is ritessen people of Pensacola. when an adver- Chiley ad of Hilliard! 'What an in it" ateadd and su
en rs COpy or early ample toe room is quite essen- tised meeting of republicans, i the suit to the tellgence of our good tereted parties
o eao f...e .ema oitens, ex-r-ayor W. Anderson amendments are
,^..o -i: M c-f N ._ tfor The -Sunday yJou has trial to its growing feet. e iee nd a and ex-Mayor T. E. Well! AND p.
"Aft Duf Ast Ae vamc a has he ed.a-lste h e bestof. have made a study of fittingau n of such a high character WHAT AN INSULT, to the intell- For one thing,
Ay' Ibb Vaa h been an Sold all the s Of It. sc gence of our fat friend here. Cap'n. power was take
gTM o .- hot by an good srocers. children, and are very careful citizenship. Bll Northup, ex-mayor of Pensacola Mayor BliHs you
,wY o -u, Mr. Merchant, wl f th- While Doctor Pollock anu I, corn- ssman it is a funny thin
.o .n t. h .s YoU, Mr. Melei who!ton of their shoes p tel and future Cogrem i i a f
S .Mtt g han the s cto o .* posingg the legislative end the tick- We will knock that thing higher people that are
.1hvea g, -a. a ge for all Pensa- getting such leathers that we et, are carrying on an aggressive can- than Giroy's kite. about the necessi
hi a a fioils sf C W ds eriS oa- _and n -Ct ac ord know will not burn or irritate vass, we are also conducting a clean l ration. tha will give th
us e g j I awt day, 8 I2 p. asMCW lub.c o d v. .ty act; ac.d- know will not burnoira. h te* lo nes.d of alt oun t. th-v ,,
ISam hin year- of ingly. Monday should be one their feet. A full line in al l Escambia needs, IMMIGRATION, to t pm u
E .. iAun AO*,nof the --L p- n dau o colors of Soft Soles now in. "We will, in the event of the settle and put into cultivation the al- io m ""
o 1 .t 1. l 1 *the best c l ayvs O#. : election of either of M, or -both *most endless stretches of utover ha
W My! m rB 50c PAM. of us, do everything possible pine land of our mtate and of o u l like n o'
I1y.1t1' vi.m. -. the new season. 0- to elevate anddignify hon county. years, and they
Mi. l t i L LU u L I able." because the one stately pine forests they were in and
--- ,S s .2 S l lS TOD YabinI, and hmnae i t nto er e in Mtoa liet mL scmllmr mmm or of conty are now almost a wermeltT
wednesday. _ nm --mm, 4mv VVS thing of the past. Between Pensa- In..
m i ; Al- lMrs.ll Ida Wilkinson spent today the Feet FurisherS For l and honorable ampan It i' our sacola and Flomaton, from the hard There are oth
STTA'i fnuest of 'Mrs. J. T. Maples. Mrls. Feet F wi wa F Folks S WI
____ _Wilkitnson is cousin of Rev. J. T. rod ten ti ,t donohn that will In b. y e,1olar n ee talc
S-- -102 South Palafox Street ub
Mapoless children_ 102 SOuth Palafox St. any way impair our usefulness as Pub- dred houses. Scattered clumps of low me to touch
SsCubsan 1gers.to.y the Mr. Ge. W. Moore Jr.. was a bust- lie servants, in the event of our else- pine saplngs, g fo ar new issue will s
ne visitor tolton last Tuesday.re- tion, o ht impr nthe slight- under the ruthless and of the tur- time ad the co
turning to Milligan the same day. est our standing as citizens in the pentine operator, implore Heaven to lature, and dun
Mr. J. H. Short a farmer reading event of de / blow them down and lint them out o our position upo
near Cobb, brought t seven bales of t We are maksg no promises to one their misery! have referred to,
ton to Milligan today. It was shipped class of cities, or to e locality, The -mies of wire grass-and that our hearts a
l C. 4. Jebe. to Penscola. that we cannot make to any other millions of blackened stamps! and that our vot
f s 4"s The long .ht or trhe oaers in We understand that there will be a class, or locality. Not a Knocker. ways be upen t
the two big leag is at an e and Bryan ad Kern rally at this place to- It had been arranged that my run- t k, sti to the
I2 agai n the Caubs *U1 endeavor to avoid morrow. It is said that A. W. Oil- nin mate DotorW Andrew JacK- GenemenIamnoa oer
115 41Wthe terrible claws of the Tigers, sad christ and Hon. Jno. S. Beard, of Pen- non Pmlocto wold address you nor te situation was hopeless, it the land o td
and we p ct tUAL It will not be the "my sacola, will be among the* kson Pollock, would address you for th i
t h and waotey among te peers. ten minutes, but a severe cold pre- was no good-I would say nothing There ti oem
Shae a knd tat it was last r. True, the bet- The Santa Rosa Baptist Assocla- vents his speaking above a whisper so But the ld is good! Thoitises we, the
S- ^ 1 tt .bwill dot be ten to six or ton, composed of the Baptist churches he is unable to carry out his engage- work it intelligent s It is oe d ha i klers an
Asas S Cu. on the bat the short ena of Santa Rosa county and a few in Collars Covered with ment this evening. I have been try- wok i0n telig eon st In the boiadand
6- Wea. A la cadg doC- I thes' s' trleass so often West Walton will convene with Pleas- iv"- ng for a week to get him to go to a I know, myself, that it is good! it in the broad and
SI the s.t~t of the whole lands the coa at Detrolf will have ant Hill Baptist church, near Crest- laundry mriCB-they've doctor with his. cold, but he says, no, is better than re I came from! Or opponetsed
SPure Malt ety of be s. view, next Thursday night. For the that he is k enough already.ed Intellgent Ii stat
St By the way, do lol sports and fans benefit of all who wish to attend, we be herounds. However, I can tell you that the ill, ked up byllt lete, we
-,ealie that 1urtag the past season the will say that Crestview is the nearest Doctor's material is all right in every ntil n ureauthat wllrea o the state to le
,11 Mi s geusl a- I Pi1rates es t the Cubs twelve out of railroad point to the place of meeting. When they begin at particular, and in my speech I intend into the farming section o Alamn not sra or g
'M. *8 Sb t t eumcs the twenty-two games, the Naps of Cleve- Rev. J. T. Mapoles will preach at to say one dozen words for the doctor Georgi tennesse, ean the lw is United Stateo, of
;',oe-1j^, aId, ,. land ckingthe Tigers i3 out of 22" Antioch church tomorrow (Saturday) the Empire theyalways to every twelve words that I say for thelas
But the game today WiWl not be the night and Sunday. Everybody oi cor-m-sef. so thickly setted that Its l be- special laws for
S ,a 8k the toat 6 8 a the series dially invited to attend and take part ome regularly. I heartily second the views that the yond thelreach of thesyoung man, and. claFIda ridat
ul. tt. bcDno last year when stage fright on the in the services. Doctor Is expressing in a booklet that by fair and honest m p nations i amblaw ofr tral
*.. l PS th wood for rt of that wendertullf developed he is iss un as to Good Roads, as to duce those young mento come t thib
k t .Sufer je-uh- ye stg nihtU wwho .allowed a WHAT TH E GOVE RNOR SAID The Empire Laundry absh Conc Stm, state and deelopou le
f* Hhemust&HewingoHistorianWritesofyOriginofsthee sources as they should be developed, Ties!
i-n utk A.-i s. .o fia archtaed fouint Of the _as. ploy Chl labor In the Trades. a bil mut he widely drawn, so The maler t
iMt is he u to hed tervas. "We te We will in the event of the elect- es t i a a o the ta ~l
b 4- s 4 Tly telbte enm team, throwing them of their Having been for many years a delv- ion of either of us, or both of us. do nd not as as to bring a oh of poor e td rli
IIand tabe. t..l p entir series, asJen- er In the history and traditions of Phone up 322. everything pesible to elevate and dg- people to th state that are a ot am- Wcutoey r bI
W -hich o fDOl the sa-s 4 the wrtw afterr the =serie our southern states. I feel mysel al- nify honest labor, and make it more ers ad thawould shortly trowa hnto A h ones tI
-that t. sb- Detroit has Ae ihe hitt-- at a ified to contribute something to the l work and vote to strength- an to r
S- g d as Duffy's eb, but ther pitchers .re rather discussion raised by your correspond- W w m a en the tate rilroad commission along charity!
Sist a the lhl to. lc, and so the box eat, Mr. Chambers, in his letter of -.lines that will atord protection to the Labor unions almost habitually ght
-h ba.c....e. .tr. ..r. oe.ra... Rheb .Sept. Governor Moorhead ad ANTI-CA .KNO N X -JB.LCAN. people agatit disclnroation to the i gratuion iloso Iut they itald not that U be n
'.P."'s t* WhilW ISoteargWneK bu .at it rsimas to be Governor Vance. of North Carolina. 'is so S tr ainst t Uncle matte Osa t ie g the right kild of a hi. They 2 ? S
a id. y en wat et Ty Cobb are credited with originating the tUp- Joe" Cannon fi West tha a will at the same time ht the last bil and e It.
I d. 1 7 i- Claudeob pler's signal: 'It's a long time be- dozen districts in u Wonsin, -Ne- hroadsle I am against anas uk t
a in 7 sPtA.t I ", Schaeter twees drinks. other story has it braksa, Kansas l4 oer states repub- Comerism, I beaive that li menh Iw
R,. .W dP," U ~ w t tm uu Wit i a .a that It was not a governor at al, but Itcan catimm an w rs have Comeuism I believe that Flori, a &W mu
#hat' em artists win-feue a Judge Aedanus Burke. a hearty old pledge 4.. I = .teo through its railroad commission, and 0 "W* havsum isln a 3341gm a
And pithofwrc ,h r today' t I q questions in the Irishman, who was a judge in* South him for .4t iT s e tbe,"next h the federal gove...mnt, through its # he tht wd ie a m s
.aL mins of a t Wr s this Carolina during and ust ater tt e r het ci pms y: Ioter"stte Cuonl t'. ICty- at r k 'e. Gladstone r4

T^ Ro ,h,.tS as d -gatin e um ad y sa. it s ery There is also a legend, unsup-irted that they may wm4e the embar- t Su t e ent of seeing that the people weel
-.* adttIngKyar yy. d'tb* ttu & -rl the by dates or authority, but to be gd, rasstgeuty u opiu g e when th ae suriea eile will not co ANONEwa Sf t ey iftha w Boute 1q.r 4
Sd you advice ner aSit week into the ra. in old chronicles, that early sixty-first congress meets. sent to railroads, that exist upon the O E way if th the ls i
Whil a h.ldkw WWINd Bill Dm mm waon the penant ineteenth century, some such mci- If Mr. Cannon is re-elected next aroa d th e s un the .tt t o
;" '1 b t aor theige.rs at.=ag Tuesday &dent as this occurred: mouth and the republicans carry .te patronage of the people, having the * erty, o
aLa* will p bly he av11 mr Brow n The governor of South Carolinaa.Is- next house he can ve the speaer- then the cnd say, I ?
giliiqMe of the maNy thaou- tfuday at Chicago. The writer rath- s d a requisition for the return of a ship again if he wants it, and he has then e thmiddle course that I have They killed It so dead, that e far I ot the
. 4 -of .gr.tif ig 1tert'4oived pie lelha 1.the cube against fugitive in hiding in North Carolina. said and done nothIW to show that he fe, re id ecu e a I h ae t e o ea t a op i u the
f-g --lsu, in amtu s either im"a MaUUI, the former The governor of North Carolina hesl- does not want it. The republican s or utlin ed proves ineffective in cor- have int beenble to get eves a copy neis thrat
,, nwa and in = 91s --ef-me-I, reacting the abuse of power on the of
'.t. ..dg a W t game against the tated, as the fugitive had many power- ganilation of the house is back of him. art of tth railroads, then government gereste i the il o em t
his btb MN _1, te Sam iat last Sunday ful friends, whereupon, becoming Im- At the short session this winter he ownership of railroads will surely re- tural development of the ou-ty, o Tg s
S9te been and efitd by aa sh taking his to form. Jen- patient, the governor of South Caro- will have plenty of opportunities top the country back rt PeSasis eYl yd ia3 is
the u Se ao i world' great alt s hab Willett, Summers, too, in Una with a huge retinue, went to Ral- make a certainty doubly certain. The u. ts development our t!
good trim. eight and waited on his offmeial brother. prospect of being obliged to seek fa- One of then mattcola's of local interest ends The Doctor ad I will work t
The entire country is awaiting the The governor of North Carolina rose vors of a speaker whom they tried to One of the matters of local int immDgraion will aad Afir Bt Ire
Brat struggle today and the local fans to the social requirements of the oc- defeat and who has the disposal ot that will come upbf re tn the beforeau. Ask tie Ittai
ru Lewis.77 ', win be able to almost see the game casion and provided a great banquet. committee assignments and the power sion of the Florida legislature, is the bureA. Ct rt r. otal
11111 l this afternoon at the Elks'. Club, At the end of it the governor of to block their bills must make the paving law for the city of Pensacola.w Nw r ia mater f r A there
where the plays as they occur wlle South Carolina rose at the table and anti-Cannon candidates deplore the The doctor and I will give you a law Now here s a matter of mre im- A the Greet
_ _ _ called of in evety detail, starting at stated his errand. The governor of prejudices of their constituents. that will be short and sweetly. its mediate interest to ces ree of Pot- sty t ih er
m 2~ p. in. .North Carolina was greatly embarrass- Representative E. C. Ellis, of Kan- meaning will be clear in go ahead rt mc- ola There are cera 'auem w s thM ll rega
l Y TOLD. ernorof South Carolina grew very an- Harbors Committee. seer to think with the paving for which we voted to be made to te legislature for that ed the
nor"-S-GA. i gry. Sir," he said, "you have refused that hO has prepared a clever way out in July, 190, over five years ago, and new city hartM. Now, fellow-t- Ask t rm
r-! | MIT TGAN. j my ust demands and offended the of the difficulty. In a letter to the the money, for the city's share t zens, honest, wold you rather have t
i.AL&sot a, ofthe4 -.. dignity of my office. If you persist in ,Epworth League he says that he must which, has been lying In Pensacola Mr. W gi of Pe Barre a Ask
f litates ht at G issi, In your refusal I will return, sir, to my needs prefer to support some other banks during all these hard times! Lawyer Stokes of Penoaohandling tfl7 ti tets
ItA he g e b al8ahs relating to .h ..is eeaa a tI e m e emaet.. capital and call out the militia of my than Mr. Cannon for speaker, and It s fair politics to statng five r y oears in a way guarantee d evil rights ty t fMve
*Milligan, Via.. Oct. 9.-The weather state and take the fugitive by ferce the organization of the sixty-first con- scmwe vorngyiv years inta way guarnt der cvl ta city Or er o
a e* b has been rather gleoay bere today. of arms. Governor, what do you say?. grem he "will consult the desires of tiaes in the legcsluture have been government is admiisterwhi r teta Or tustryn t t
e. x. m sad wi. c We hope to m tthe shitInag again All eyes were t upon the gov- Mr. Taft, will act with and be count- ves in thtre ave oetoernm e is add Wud -
umeanbi. ', Mr. Mis. 3. I. Chestnut and governor of South Caolina demand- supporters of the administration." never got one yet that would stand a HA t t
S. title daughter, BMie, left here to- ed: "What does the governor 6f Has Mr. Taft ever attacked Speaker legal test, though they were all drawn That is the question, and It Is up to "If elected,
S. C. Han f rt Mwoan ay for Paloo. Ala., where they wil North Carolina say?" . .Cannon? 8ome year ago Theodore and introdued by lawyers lawyer yo does ot matter w to er yoae the
'l Ah. i i the city. aead a few days. The governor of North Carolina Koosevelt said: We cannot escape The chief trouble with the lawyer it does not matter whetnaer yt or a n the lstas
^ r, Rv. 3. T. Mapoles sad his little slowly arose and deliberately replied: from the tact that It in no credit to at w"'l ei.siigIahl at or an I or a 9 amalnet, i
The ma u temperature at Pea. daughter. Minle, epet a couple of "I say, governor, that it is a on the republican party of the house that just so many wherefores and jt SO Socialist, or a Populist, or a epubli- States of A
el yesterday w deaees at days in Milton the frst of the week. time between drinks." Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, should be one y where he is aptup to lose sight a.YOU. Remember, we S
AO a. in. while the mtanamn was They returned home Wednesday The visitors were, so tradition of is leaders.' That wa. before h leavof the mait out. and re men of family men of m operty, we ne s
l h rees at 6 a. m. Lat year oa alght. ports, taken with a greet escort to was president. If Mr. Taft is elected, leave it otI will look out for and men of family, men of proertyool, sh d as v
a date the maxim was St Mrs. R. C. Harris. who has been the state line and the fugitive was wi he prove any more dangerous to The Doctorain issue and I will look out for and men of experwouldn't yin feel ustr r t ava-in
ree ad the matamm vdisiting her father,. Hen. H. P. Buc, never surrendered. Mr. Cannon?-New York World. the main lawyer to sickf necessaryome w. ith this matter that now wouldn't m eans more to -n of th
.. .._- . ,-- - "wherefores" and some "'whereases". you ad a citizen of Peasaeola, han 9 cog !t"
for the sake of appearances the convict lease system, than the 9
We will get the paving, drainage of the Everglades, than the ** *
City Recorder. digging of the Panama canal, or than 175T, and then b
C/YoIe _^ -Then there is another little matter the price of cotton-wouldn't y- feel erties lost. me 1
that we have in mind: One of Es- safer. I ask, in our hands? years, eelminatil
S* ecambia County's Representatives In We certainly need a new city theater mry war, the gr
Sthe last legislature, a lawyer by the but personally I have less fear for ute eusfal struggle
way-got through an amendment to Devil that I know than for the Devil in speech, action
-. "- .. ., ... -' . .- *.. the city charter making It impossible that I don't know. and before I wealt old, Mbertylovlai
-f -or the people of Pensacola to elect vote for a new charter I would kne ever known!
..... aanyone but a lawyer to the position every line of it by heart. For I have Now then, tell


"' .-hO a t- ;'" m- M -. ad .-- A ,L -.~ of city recorder; yellow-citileas, any my suspeICos: vote to part wit
D R fytWeIl .ad 4-CJW,- -. and know JUSt man of Pensacola, of broad experi- When we got it our present charter of the personal I
Swhat it will do. It aM life at th e and human understes that was pretty good. There was only enjoy under th
are a v d my e at the people will elect, can fi that of- rtieti of it. It was too bi. How- ers!
t e. I was a total Wreck, but im- eAce as creditably as any fi|ver that was not a serious objection. WE ARE FO
* if AL-tn. M proved from the first when I began to -- -- -
dqcIea toff"o gt ake Ctrd. a e nerTOuS, don't THE CAMULER'S PALLAEY. to make 1*0 plays. He war brlf*
ms quickly take e Whl nee don excied 8alm trom the New York World at the 08st play. It it had been U. S. N
ti=O*get excited.CalmyorselfeaegmyourFromtreNewYorkWorld.
be, whi bi n su Sir Hiram Manm. havln g 'broken" e gbling e mt hae row
irritated nerves and build p your sys- Lord Ro slyu's system" t rouladt. ed ney to try play No. 2. HisR
best9 a Sold at all drag stores. Try. itl, ever invented to bea ta gamblwtItn ateve pat ta y

T=-l 9 Go, bet 2andda al drg stores Tryit SE gam the :sp a pred itb h| Atc. haness d
U% thes*sO4s semem...& WvAffeb mabei
AVEve ryh spin of the bal is ha tm : bee '

shared wow enve times in soc-pa
isho or 70 it makes no dif- youin. 1 Cornailk a
so ese I. f frame e with atrue as tu

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to it la time-as tha
at was wearing hlt
since that time cer-
have been male bts
dry times, mostly bl
k, and most of the
bad, bad for the pec-
most of.the mayor's
m away from hlia-
remember--end now,
g but it is a fact. the
guardedly talking ;,
ty for a new chart-".
a mayor more powel.
ople that fathered
amendments tha'
Power away from
pollticlaus here tha'.
w charter every two
would like to draw it
would read one way it
Ianoether way if they
Iner-al.
or Issues before tho
of time will ot al-
upon, ad doubtless
ring up betwesa thiv
evening of the leils-
g the session of th-
I believe that from
i the issues that we
you can rest asaored
re in the right piace.
es and work 'will al-
he side of. right and
bosor and glory of

ore matter: Fellow-
SDoctor sad I, Taro
ld hoe-ulers, both
in the literal sense!
are Prohibition Dem-
ged to dry up the
will endeavor to forea
slate for state, and
hat, localities. Th-'
f America passes n)
the government c(,
should pass e ap.-
e government of E -
, in opposition to th ,
people of those couu-
etMieal body shoall
ts rights. The large
mmid ever be cosd-
bts of the Msaler!
d!
oldm me-be was a -
ore as so ma*kd
n whisk*ey and a
3a Wa" that loth were
Ute h u! He asaw
od =J o f h, bo ut
he eaU swafew the
Int the thert
t m aM MMneftls ptter.
ilet tS WElm OW Ea
ad at a lot of milk
that tyhe bet am toi
whibbhy, aWo 0the
seak noww merelY
me-4som epeakln-
aMedple at personal Ib.
e, tgyser.mait, Ol*
the privilege of local
cPstinuaWe of this
itsed by the election
,3lesers. WiggiassInad
ofat segoveramnt is
as d 4r to .s, as ta
haama liberty, its
man aext to you!
a to ten you the story
IhoBeter!
k to tell you the art
hut to the Turk ;
eoe, sad of how it
Lied after massacre-
5 whole world!
ka, the Spaniard, the
Swede, the Dane. th1'
them, and they will v I
y of liberty, of llberty
erty gained, or of litb-
.1
haaleed history of
; tura back to about.

we will endeavor 9
aral not fr, er
itee. The Unteal *
for the stve m -
Ploraid. ert.d
o special lba for a
oppaoitlen to the t
Speogile of these 4


follow the story of lob
y one, for twenty-six
ng ia the Revolution.
wdest aAd moat sue-
for personal lbert ?
and religie that this
g world of ours has
me whether you wilt


b one, ever so slight.
ibertles that you now
m free government ot
I LOCAL OPTION!


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-LB Al tJUDAY MCONiNGO OCTOBER 10, 91M.


SENRY WA PERSON ON o Years -
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ISSUES OF CAMPAIGN I '

'''.* In his speech at L UisviS Tmhu- c I would let the ig ehief, wMi argument tooabsurd, no illustration ****9** ******
day night, Henry Wttermon, editor his 'big stick,' go hang. If I were a is too rank for the J"es aid the inter- "*. -
f1 i of the Courier-Journat-sald: Republican I would turn my back eats that do not mean to be dislodged : At en t o D e
"I truly rejoice that I lave lived to upon & can4diVe .no matter bow per, If tradw and force can save them.
io k upon oa relttea dtdenoeracy. I usually acceptable. who representcholas Lo Worth, the pre-
W de nt's son-ia*, says he did not 687
was born in a Demo-at- ic Calp, dur the vicious u method of ring rule pad t Bt; 5,000 listeners say k e did. The BanKern Clb of E co ha
l u--g ... .. what prove a bod year or Demo. the steam roller. The notes of two stenographers a ent organ nivnoD and the name of every democra
crat and I attained my majority just "Watever the e e did. What boots it whether did its membership list It cot ot t o tat
S-a time to see the party go over the l ean party ever possessed. it has for or did not, no oed who knows what is name on the ro will be a valuab easoet et the c
S;* "- 45 preeiplce of sectleo alism to what the time outlived. It stands today a going on in the national capital. and that the primary object of the lrBsha*ion is to r
S** **- *- *-*-"-- ** 1 seems to have been ruin. The poll- mace to equga taxatiom and e00o has been going on for a long time. e democratic vote he coming election.
mV. "W ticlans tell you that there are many noci administration, it not to or- oeeds to be told that they are under- If you will sign the membership coupon found
toasues p for .ettleme-t In this ca*- derly government and free IestitW- mining the popular foundations ot our the same to the secretary year name will be place
:a SaM kf siCoan I see but one. If we eanot tons. Democratic government ad eosvert- ship list.
...cha.e- our rears at wil-a aorga -o "Its leaders know this, and, know- fag it into an Imperial republic witjl Hundreds of names are being added to the
ised and defiant minority inside a Ing it, they begas early to prepare nothing wanting of monarchist sad each day. Send in your name.
Fortress aon withstand the siege of for the coming presidential battle, to titular nobility except the nomencla-
Sundciplised and Ill-equipped ma--fortify a field which they thought to ture. The White House is already Wm. C. Monroe, Secretary Bryan-Kern Club,
SI jtty on the outside-how shall talk make impregnaMe by the outlay at the palace of a king. The president Box 44, Pensacola, Pa.
sh out trusts and tariffs, ebpat rebates vast resources. aid engineering skilL is already a sovereign in everything Sir: I am for Bryan and Kern. Please er
'-d bank deposits, about meney and They expected to draw us into except the name. Why should not a ber of the Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work and tv
S' orals and stocks and bead prefot u s? this bloody abo ade and to slaugh- member of the court circle blurt it out Kern in the coming election.
S* "I behold now an almost exact re- ter us like shr e to the a amblea. tlat Taft is eM eeted merely to holdam
S. production of the evil co-nftioe. of Disappointed In their plaa, what do down the ob for Roosevelt, since it Name.................................
Igoe f 0 .tty year ago. The republican par- we now see? We see all d4ianiee Of was thought premature to run Roose- *
ty. grown corrupt and arrogant, sM put- decency thrown aside; the black flag velt for the immediate succession? Print Nmber..............
T&';S 'M Ot Imuni oc1 msn 10. i19u. ting forth a tremendous effort to re- of trustisam run up to the masthad; "The campaign was and it Is a *
u *1 h I m I t the power which It a. so mis- the decks crowded with corporation family affair. itf the machinery which Post b ................ ......
w; aU ed. If it succeeds It will never enr- counsel. The ocuappat of the White nominated Taft was so merciless to- y
Sacking it..eit the signal for, it may Hearst as his star writaess. The hoa- to resist it, why should it be counted
law JP0R0 RN A, be, a civil war. To that end its poll- est rich are Invoked to make common on to share ouq- free institutions after
l. es of militarism, faVorttiem aid cause with the lawless rich. All the eight additional years of moneyed ac- i
gg IS *l-- f -MoAmemo ay the eamBmiient of P10. Cb. class distiaction have long been tend- perspective. of tttf and soberse retion and augmented power? Only| r
at k-l & ft-ftW. O MS a I ltaler tC the paper. Mr. ing, preparing a new irrepressible con. and common sense are lost amid the this can account for the personal in-
*sf "" .f "* *i L4Lr a g -nml we Wlashs igloo thI a setde awhiche he ict between capital and labor. I roar and rant and cant of self-glorify- terposition of the president, who
.. .. "" cpr ay God that this may never come. Ing laudation and self-aceusing prom- throws duty and dignity to the winds
w m' t e N"sdtia. is., to take charge of tUe paper But the way to avert it is by occa- Ises of reform, with Alrich and Can- and getsldown like a matador into the I
g -l .r. g. b t S P se. there. sonal changes of party, bringing home non, with Payne san Dalsell sad Sun- bull rAing mud stained and powder
I&. Jacis bthig to T". JeMl am alperenoee of ast y yearsI work to our public mens their subordination ny Jim Sherman for their examples. amirebed, swearing ilke a trooper at
e t of ha papers in the intry ae he e teo Ps to the People. "Heving pitched the campaign on a all who come within the sound of his
`7* A ,09 anlw aer nte "fciM be64 t t^ i^ .t a. iao, "If I were t, wtepblican I would ftloe note, Setarting out with & man of voice mad the reach of his iamed Iy *aiL 11r I
St- e people, t-he prosPect for big develop- vote for Bryan. If I we arepubli- straw on a platform orf posture.1no y." t
M i t eopiadogsag yrs, Te' io A ; 4d dar streets of the city. Send those city 4l ni4i rer Daughter of Naval Coo- Prominent
I _rus.. me M o _-%. a e ... VOX POPUJ fathers over to ac.u.m villeM -let structor Evans to Chris- Worker
-- -. e f1, x r--i--m..++,-. b. san o ng t lorne obiLILt them see for themselves what Cieir_ stru"or t o
11 S*g AyC $5 WB -*t 4 0- wWll O W44 for by Mr. Jcb s city would gain by a progressive city U W '
^ryg "4-1-1 t t o e -Rl ders and good will of the business -W -Jacksonville Times-Union. t en New
spew tbs om asifd to Th" Jorsal elft AVORS COMPULSORY Fish Famine at Maw. p U
I '~~~ mEDOUCATION LAW F at." 3y, known as
-.. ^d- ,tUnless the weather changes for the l p se
to the dpti of a policy as aga nt Editor Pe nacola Journal: better within a day of two Miami will The following taken from the E s ialt
S .A recent IsI of the Journal m ade nave a small sized *sh famine. None ning ChronCicltSte of Valejo, Calif., w riens I the
N- te- fdalf gt.i- --su. T ... w mention of the fact that ther were of theme who follow the business be read by the Secretary the Navy main for a few
S fedal gi wm t had adopt children In the city, who were 4ebar during th summer meths have been friend of Naval Constructor Holde somewhat mil
S a poety t the earlier dayspnot red front the advantage local re ad able to etut or r daysPromYoung. christen the Prometheu whe is ,

"Ir .dW ( t pY. "- g --' "t seve '"y "e n ~ot- f er unabin th e public schools, tae, areu Be d wh d Paroien You cn .--ML s of launched on December 5l.ethx. The dee-
w -9 IanS o byU Me06a e g b t e soty d The project eomin on the helof vbeingansusten p the catches of the menave about u e us o tord has been received from the by n
S' i 8 t i t ehS / i 4 I atppropra wad It is bat d faough tat o ck of- tae ed raing weather c y of d. As the ly Evans the eldespa ent daughter of while he mar
^ that eisyf. <, -- t *t ..... the Ip s t gIiat oCCthe water- conditions should e..st. Th- pulplic- red several days te work for the---. 2ans f Mare bIlahe d Evans h doe I ha s been desigtru- mi
Therm tiotp of the fact supplemented by c ieto h en to get enough to come In n ated by te Secretary of he Navy to for ch beg I
10 t saw M em b 1 h lf 1 4 tVMSe slUbFuSa o the repU whoI e -nformation that the local cofarties wi th. By Associated Pes.s. christen t en P o the ooet s h e P is
ri agagin at ths e asitberdebitspl nor unityOfVICwere unable to render any assistance, Wouldg od F. Charlotte, N. C.. Oct 9.-Miss Sue launched on December *th. The des-
S s ter . Mhe ,question. The project coming on the heels of vaupted pros- The oard of bc Works con- Woods, dau r ghter of Justice Woods of Ignaton of the little one s made by
1'm um pwsit ate tob" Vlitts breceivqeda& appropriation -way perity and far spread talk of tao need eldering the a saWtty of asking ge' heMi sionightpfpel i ,ar eo the exell ent in Construe-

Sbe a v blta way Improementse abandoned o lead uid&rs viewOferepcowhicht-the-availableresodrcesu of the g rtheu s.ters adt Inta piles- ph.ycanw ho thec bentlyinv otgl of tteeo r a thiste ho or H Pseta
U' ~~rgemsttlve or the senator might town are being poured to mould a lo there n t a t C., who recently investigated the to some young lady, frequently the P. W. Bu
: 1te fia piebald mum under Coeseui calf -.. wahs aain. t e aty. stated theu-e
___* se vn w .ebs. .f the navigablner p c ie t wardrobee doe not seem r eait* weM it t e i s ad atio a l prolafe.t teo. C.
:i tor ours. wt out to be the only ob le the .woul-be ely has away nd y probl two hundred cases of the "In this case, however, it goes to the Scaap"a .
1r, $ed, or uheltrr at 6y M11 7 in aterways a t40 entry tonre great- student encounters. The present cur. -t'bsg for it ie he Ct-- aledYitny W the seas eidr States. daughter of the naval constructor For Cs
a or t th ninety. riculum requires the use of certain Is directly traceable to a chare of the ro the bg J. Walte
I, t q__ t- theS m e1rnt Pws*ewet. specified text books, considered maees, .- ship; and the event wil ark red D. H. Ma
3e, bee kvp f in Ibo e e f1 ..fori nary to the proper gradin of the Presbyt jt latter day i e little ofe
I w l ,a -0e two a" 1Crs It e oeny n the dewte pl an-the schools, but far too expensive for a The ree will JUMP=D FROM which wIn tn be remembered f TAT
"d. .p..l po y--t the ,-government that family purse alr d y too igfht to at- conve + s[ byterIa ND IN FIRE he?." ..or
Sth wats erways can be Improved. To ford suclent clothing for Its me- church e0 s l Inst., at etay oN
-, "d La o' or to expect legislation r a s.be is so mu ep e att ed f730 o '. he p,.by *riMrWom .,.n.uains TTA P -e-ney *S- r
-,svThere Is so much expenzatacedseveral days. c libe' proinessio nb yI
inmw gd, -and i g hea tl- cWel project today would be to go baci to attendance at the public schools a Presbytrisa Snday School In. weU ReSs id ec Iw iI U
S1it-. ur, at $118 - -- H tohe Spera s ndl pla-the pork barrel that really it would seem as operated stitute beginning on the evening. of t Cantptrslo.^-A.
4- n a d --eader wih Sotbag was done and today, the system falls short of the the 12th. At tae esstons toui AAssociat. I P .ta Tressre
-thlB eould be dne. The adoption original purpose of its instituton- nday school work will be di-sc---- Montgomery Ala O .-Mis= I
Sree tuition for the poor-when the and ought to be exceedingly interest- AdI Johnson is lying in a hospital H
640eL y e le l ag1 if 9.1 to the policy Wurged by the National blue back speller and an equally in- ing. About 40 representatives oft today with internal injuries and a Ce*Om*ailter e
"Am a d storm, best or 1. 4.W 9 Nvrs and Harbors Congress would expensive reader supplemented by a churches and Sunday schools are ex- broken arm, a result of Jumping from | MLin.
: Ni le sefto RinO N *A@r be the aegiingt r f Improvement of slate. costing five cnats, constituted pected to be In attendance. burning building last night. Others Ill d om
w- waer ys- eIetlued -until finished, a scholar's outft a was wit the -. n h neeaped seriousnjry, a .
reach of those whose meagre faIo Ge, Sanford's Hrald "Wue Mendays" bet Were rescued Just In time. Justioe of the
:0 r) g d g anty ho wk at .i t be e' WI saaal appoPritions prevented their patrolniing pay A gentlIeman.f one of the neigh- The %one was that of Mrs. I. N h. .Wm. A.
S, a e *h e a) l"ia be mWtor w tle weorkTCould and woula schools. boring towns, were nothing ever Johnson, being a wooden twostory Practice Drill Last Night m hos. M.
-Mh to lek after th'e sanluals be.prou4d ad trade and commerce A thikAer on theso problems has happens, and you have to go outside struetare, ed and dry.
iT;"ba'l -. .. .. ...... eie7t g at1u r suggested the propriety of the state to think In order to avoid akng a The occupants awoke to find their Rpulsing Vessels Out
S -- ---a. 11116 10N- furnishing books, and by econTomy in loud ose, came to tae Herald oee srIm I .maaies, escape cut off by the Rmaa#i
|t- amme. mr i Ia i t ; ettedup re ioola is wailing, other matters, it could be managed this week to take a position. It nhap- stairway and nothing to do but get at Sea. *
ov Tarrests gM pga tif -i -e a. attuntlo will be pai4 to it without much heavier enerohaeh.t pqend to be "Bl ie Moaday with sew *t e the root. Here the smo moke hid
at adg hiIas s B ta r or two Thae Times has been on the school fund. Less pretntions 1 printers, and the noise of the them adm to ti noese they were not -- t W--. C.
-'. 11 w/ t i vl %,,, W e the ple eo t Tampa of the plans for the architect, wouls leave bossy oses betg put out of the of- se- ,or sme tism by the fremeen. Ther a Crf the pvr'd-
+. ,,,,.,,+ ^,_.--- ._ iS -r w the- they stood, and had a surplus for the platter, A. d sAe nsee. was too much (or the o rv Whem at lst they were take down Tie etareof the prerm ye ade
I 4- Mt !mwhw-..d+hinf- ar kl. 5- e .ta to Psacola for the state frga r the watabiipWset _o the provion_ al printer, and he d e t we w din aered that Mrs. Johnso. terday observed by t-t he troops of the Tax '-
SinA absM be lstilhed g ng fg t was re-stralil by a and alatet ea f treeschoos of parted for sceaed of a ore bc cou w- m irn and th e firemen co s ate mlitia now In capp t the local Tax C -ter--
E OF TMS LAW. sqap smrtesy, but now that Pen. paramount Importance. it might go nt-re.-8Maford Herald. ardl e .p the rescued one' from s was the lght drill which ws Ces ty Tre s
he ham.s.e-- t- w- tthe first h ot for ,still t. her and turflsa unaltrms to ,t tl rr .no3 back into the .tateso. How* cll batteries. The dril S eel S-uperl
Emmon e1ve thmigh J! th SS Times win feel tree to *alk be worn by all tt sds- pupis TrigR aI Apalesh* everw, abt this time Mrs. Johnson *'c began at Y:45 and lasted Cegnty uSevsgs
Sbast no other virtue-- r .-.. T.l e. t-ereby removing one of the mot ittle ite In ee wa- seeT at a window ra brought ~mt o'clock, proved the e's abil- Js the I
e an no doub that the ^ frequent caunas of Im tt m columns speet the w very baquiful down safe. Sty to give a good account of them- Nicholsen.

Sa- .s-t7-i r- .. ;.g t wra in..ets .. -. .e=. ng sac yotn g pI0eee, deloure m r st ed forest among t e l. more o r clot tary to both cheers and enlisted men.
,o-g. is-t for further partieulars. Yoa see, at battery W t at 8 o'clock yester-
wu-o uetg. on g te t-e ca f! thesud for clx mouths in the year they p day morning. and drills at all bat- POP
Swa .- .. ...... u a e part o ch e d f strawberries a stple tries except battery Worth was held I
tie at diet and the ruddy glow of fro 8:30 to 10 a. m. h ed

S-all amasns At t -e - ths tie at use of hoes driven to public lar-ey -den m the cost- and Ttone wh l he e t ks--asnimerted EI l C e onducd bty regular officers, was M r o1:5
S /itry is. fao. Th--.-- no fleOs Two strifts of drivers 15 qualiy the"othes we w-Men I^^-^their ii tressesfwit --an--- effect an __ f _1 te .m.< A- 2
Ve+eys drale4d by waterways w, our, ut t is neither .. . "s have gone to jai the to eq now re e ialy eyar t a Tollowg program wil e o- ci ..
W.I~ vole ways 4ra by the water ts non moey tSa beepig a dumb e -up ap ee, mdt e that It Is trascendeatl lovely and MIs tlkyaIs m ry te Duke s erved itoday:f
C the Umited B yet thee Sa. mal In aes 24 ho2rs ma day. froparse2rSts to p ld wn t: o-Cne, ll ye the oAbr but Aea wlawt a aynt.-Sub-albre practice at batI- e S
yt mionors uimuta t kencildren from _,..... .. ....------------------t Abu, hu Amrican will sit ~a LSbolbepatc tbt.


A n W Prs h dispatchesreport o. w theere ne irtirrsa y uov- a 00fse4 to001e0from the girl.e.
girls are oyosi r&e- Titles do not always take with her
k as ee. That Sam e seIA Taft an having had a '"qltet they must encounter slights and con- l* eouatrywome-Cvld leader. at r.
S.. w by t.he at at deays --a ev" d" yesterday. He will have may temptus shrugs, every patc In Kran* Pep Oraory. Ms. ahe lman W Cey :3 to 10 a
Aat c the aavtiabIe riv of Ie such days aft o over ber 3. Compalsory eu l wo ld savor r ranOk Po JacuksoI *vU tsNta" that she Is going to have 11 to 1:45 a m.-N-omaisa*
*** ** i* !< r .fh..... --. --u*,a- ......' =- 2: "-- ..1?is / nt.. t efast-..= r the dome- -a mnion t,.hetre in pa near t 3 o at l a e d Th
t SS ybenth t hThe In!to nne Partm of depead- ty, bt t noncoul esebly r- Th etwi e reeuts- h sbd' caes Tiis sig condctd by regular ebte 1 iow
S ss w l .aAke L eOmpaiga Sto .ter.i fuse to don the prescribed ltr Prida will alw a toypartlarly after
more lmay N asM ftor the fact" t e em a Ittl early or tie be- apora eallmeat on the school st hkare i the intect f s a ie-Braddock Pst. al eWst srakn aO O~
lt. Apr a to e anat he of the a ses. any m than the soMr om on eatr common decency in electiess. His Abul HamsSt me grow short ga or per
lymt ot the waterways of tbhe l te army. speeches s were businesslike replete He is >ubntsea b gtnlag to see that
ary were spd adequate sa alaal fair oa at Detroit to. Tis rule would go far towards n- with common sense and reason. He It I 'better to make his own arrange- FLEET ON ITS
pl the se tT their a wthe Tgers.M In hemental principles of deymoc Ytb ueso the-y could thoroughly to his nects p laced the
l0bat wasm ter local projects with coter of the ars. equality of man.adand ce adopted derstood by all the voters, and his sidewalk.-W-nltoux Star.Ss
Sin wtht railway-. . . public schools would be perceptibly with the Peoples triumph.-Dade City yThe Allentostown (e says ta a- lai o th itee b
l that the days of wawara VIRGINIA DAR . a.the s th skirt down. That Coe- pw e route to Ja ar
imprme had aes d. .er mveokedthat WAS AWARDDt so* .eos s becomes more s I. the EaM i.e. t I- .
TThe wa ook tha (********* *- every day.-Johnstowvm De--p *r way. 1 N-ar her au-llm K a- a
a e meiwa^e sadmet tboeos iasen a 1 lastnht. : THE STATE PRESS. $tO DAMAGES crat. -_ S S1d. ___
m asm s&Inalty to basp up wup h ft smeg ad 'a la-s O. oct 9 a. m*s.a st resWmk teOk me te sensole. s wkn wswp4am4.rsm
g g sg -**I BM. 9.9 .9"aMUt.e: Al Pe at ct.MOMIn tevase Sea sterts. Alabamas here wa i g
S__ a eie n gt o rima aamss et or _. _. .i....s ted Compaay. a sut for .159 Of course. of course, noet. That is to ,y mersclmas. Sw 5 wia
4 thq ,-uetm of wites-w-ay Iampl* 11_ war Thmansl ; Thiy WiMl, May h** brought by the plaintiff as admsitatra- say, not to the presence of the oldM lg the epata, ag
a m-o mmadtoa b paotiesl. It-as "Her tarewel. Wouladt y"- The PeaMsaeola Jarsal is still ,a- Bor of the estate of his brefter5. masa.eville Cowlr.Journal. hoar.
6eem0"M o ea- at iw at I w-, aerlng away at the city pigovirasnt w JHea who was killed In the maft-
r ilt em be attemtas At be agg9aasta s -v Ina the Matter eo a-t-t pavi IS the efedant comoay, the e the pj wyey
t S5 a am S last Satertarys e- It 4ladeM that teday awarSed a sudg'etiteSIn carter as there isyae gtl
SSeut s dne on do m tea -- Da su *bsema ne a se omawthiang must be deas to abatel- t the iOMoIn the sum of SP toaa rty etest over the will spra
sree |aadW by the tet tatt as we em O estakler .dust uaisance in l ensla. Iain at a d W- fter aIste CartOr. s taeIit.
uest wtaesb have tso ws I" en a inak nasteIad dtorieal tRet deserves tm asomAt. CINCINNATI REGISTRATION. mesthig to aknew these things in "Wo.ln't a fr u t aB. 4
ra rto -~~th^.L 2 Ow1rI t dwvowta aI the a.| danger to health and damage to asa- Cineisnati, Oct .-Tme total uma-Is o ES the Ciasgo papers ema dared be* pe as
?. At pliticS Ih w Bt gb X Sa-Mn beth tal the m UItW*|ness dome by the dust and te -d tesatam sar the tsw days of thiM year be dropped tr the exchange Mist. I havent aa 1ds i
.1meam me gmee -seases s ...i.nsantlyA rised from Me paved ei ,832, a aOlastc isn in. -BI"dgeport PNe. to steaL* -


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Salvation Any
On a Visit In
uis City.
I, of the Salvation A-
Joe the Turk," arriv
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o his Salvation Army
ity, where he will re-
days. His costume is
ar to the uitorm of
valokn Army cer,
og that he wears a
of a cap.
l is on a farlo-h. and
participate an .a*o to
dutede by the army.
b have yet been maid
dloe.

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1o THE DILICATSSEN EMRS



ET TO SERVE YOU I 00N TO AY _I oy s
C7.hupt. aoleir oi the Currency
A restaurant at wch your Decide U New Plan roomn

^ Lappetite fscan be r o omptly, ian k
-F o r y cared ;orconomc- the ainA
all, too. ,.-Ws tha l.-y,. stroller [o"o
h Cuhe rnc Mrray an ,ouncedS Te- no color
terday that he had deided to put into
SW a ma tio o elee districts of n al
6 e oleb b I Fnbank examiners, with a chairman wh
awes, M We i lickonus Coffee a specialty.
,laatriets and In Intervals asweem osen lV
SBetter make it a point to call at wi e lin oue ach
."THE DELICATSSEN TO-DAY t o" rsh"" ___


4,-. -=-=uestionable or doubtful paper which

Sl L as much food value as beef. of the loclty lso a cote-
e-i ftr oan occa- Aplate eture ** app
-.. !- -- l t te wPhiladelphia, and with Exammner
SWM. i O COMl b COO a thMt bfoWhy or Georga sa, Ala., on a visit to ghtfully etertaied at the home of Frank Norris chare, will In- daily.
Se- b past t s It her father, Rev. Dr. Humphrey, a elude Philadelphia, Maryland. aster
Si i Pt two moth I K the most o f COCOM.L D w number of you people. Delo Pns y, rinh tor t Car E
R t o th |, ritm.WOt. t city. Hon. W. A. Bleuat and T. F. West refreshments were served on the lna with seven exminers.
,h e etI^ i Temple negeesi Mi; C _ds t 0_ were sito re Monday, on legal lawn d m y games were played t ve. with hdrs at
m^ lmoing f Tepl business, and a pleasant time enjoyed by all. Nshvlle, Tenn., and with examiner
Miss Martha Neumann is home after Miss Kathryn Maye entertained a 8. H. L Cooper in charge. will in-
a delightful vislt to her brother in party of friends in honor of her clude Tennessee. South Carolina, Wter.
e.LUe who been In cau se dearer. Verily she lived in His Of coding is his Word. lmbs, d friends and re- eghenth bihday Tuesday at .the Id Geora Abm, simple fe.
Si her h b se e She had tasted lie's pre fobunta; Mr. and Mrs. J. Rawls, of Mo n- Swas, as usual, most charming and amisers. other pae
pressed It) her husband's Bible dic- She was drinking fe'his Wre revilie. Ala., were here last week, never showed off to better advantage essories of
B -^ * tiotnary. She had lost herself I visiting relatives, the guests of Mr. thal on this occasion. Games were NEGROES WfIKI. note. The ai
S -.. Hand In band and heart to heart She had aJ.ke nto Go" ad Mi. J. T. Salter. played during the evening and delc- NIGHT RIDERS tricoa for
O UARV. he and her hubaal walked together e mo l h a ertre the Tnhe many friends of Miss Estelle Ious refreshment served. hotel prio
in the Master's work; and even after en came she said to her hsbad Johnlston will be glad to learn she is Mrs. P. Tomasello was hostess to a Six n s Them A.rseated i MIslssippi those of the t
s .e ad oher strength was gone, while sh I' not ggtobe wt huyosbad: up and around after a seige of ma- nine-course dinner on the 27th inst. e Cha 3 ein arni Sdyey Smi
__,% Mbohvebe arido9 her vtreneh was gone, while 8h" I'm not going to be reogwyou ocg." W new SU by
5 SeWeM. bl f.M all waited theO ather's call she urged His heart almost breaking withad laral fever. Her mother, Mrs. J. N. Bicker, was On Q~ en was eatta
1 heer husband not to stylat home to nes, he said: "Well, youa Mrs. John Price of Pensacola Mrs. the onoree. The decorations were he soa of
a"Ate.baIsehoeedchesounof
t i !l vale. care for her, but go on th the mesy read aren't Rour'" "Yies I'm eay J" E. Rots lad lovely daughter, ot carried out very prettily throughout y AM *ls s ss. cure now a
MobtilesAta..tWhohhnve been.ntheathehouseespeiallyI the dininghee t e
easg i fl iiS_^ se C salvtiola to the lost. When in Christ,'iwas her clear answer. Mobile, Ala.. who have been the the house, especially in the dining New Orea, La., Oct. .-New suchheav
the last liSour drew near tfen 4he said: Yes. it was He who said: "I go to guests of Mr. M. C- Nelmann, re- room. reDyatbhere toeay od tthe arrest at The city hat
A. AlhStT her..J mne. dJon't leave np.- prepare a place for ya" a now turned to theirr respectiv e homes Children's Day was observed at te Myrvi~e, Mlss, of si aexroes comblaed art
-ed''5i No wonder hls heart fairly bled and shreare h o.e Thursday. Presbyterian church last Sunday charged with psting night riders club casino,
w o S Jl y dherd wahlins burst forth as he stood by and she ha ge. Maye left Tuesday night. The church was beautifully warnings agalst cotton ginning, which are to
V' "h-u --g_--os to her her dying form and saw the long black ornig for Feport. decorated for the occasion and the Posses are searching for two others a dinner.
veil of eliness draping his heart. m y St --I J. Bowers (ampbell is a visitor to young folks rendered a beautiful mus,- wanted on the eMe charge. TBe a The latter-
as hors at Psit But weep not loved ones as do ad ci shrt. ien ai DeFualak this week on legal busTness. cal and vocal programme. leged confession of one of the ne the e.
; a m those which have no hope. It was Mrs. Margaret Holder delightful en- groes, Walter Roabison, declwes that c
only the coronation of a life in Him. Ne ir Charged With negro 0rmansa s m have esS *erme* rio who mnst
,io i 2 -tSS^L^S For like Hawthorn's story of the Great fo night riding purposes in oth Mis ent of his
419 ago0 Stone lace boiler which the led stood. As a rule It is a sf pwtcC C luelty to Anm a simsippi and Toimaela Roblson saM sulcient to
bt 'eo the Imagine of the stone fa MILTON, 5W to put i the C stomach any- Amos Coleman, colored, charged n are esa ie. *h E Tbdr i
ai nm d tlwo So, before Je s of Nazaeth, she u thing ta t nt nourishing and with being drunk and also witd cruel- a negr from umana. who clam appealed to.
S '. .st thought and lived until her own f t to animals, was arres-ed yester- to have organized iht riders in tht velopment of
Sw -life rejected His. Se.eia to S.te J.aeS. ee"y Oh W O' day afternoon and locked up ina e state, had formed the Myersilbe band. te simple Ii
Swas co "She had learned the wondrous secret MSilton, Fla., Oct, 9.-Mrs. Ja Rob-. On Otober 2, a ginnery wae burned than its evol
S Meto dist Of abiding ia the Lord. 4 Inson was a visitor to Passeaels this at 3hipland, Miss., aupposl y by nlght s.
.p e.^a o nsi Batn She had found the strength nd sweet- week. Coleman, accompanied by a small riders, and the authorities at Myere-
e*, estAtens e" Miss Bamma Sampley leftaturday- negro girl, was driving a horse vile are now Itveetleatfc to ascer-
er.hoe. _ht____ _______ tched to a wagon when arrested. tain whether nerees were epoe'-
O tte (s t ue rarest 'l 1 The animal Is a pitiful sp-cimen of hie. The arrest of the stx egroes
t gt, g suffer- .. horse-fle* being very small and was ade though ormatIn sp.
T who knew evidently seldom fed. Coleman will plied by J. T. Beoth, sianer, who
S ne was tees be tried in the recorder's court this recognized the handwritieg a form-
aew- moving. er emplore hi a wh
..00 XTe4 for her chl- he ST A R Teld.
fi her chwl- .rOld Golf Profeselonal-Na, yell no
Swas for ustaat nfare.g and t motion pictures. Changed daily. Admisele, cents. mak a gwoffer-ye've begun owner late THE MOOSEN HOTL.
W s a ld of another)j A Special Attraction easily cover ed by the dig and ye're ower muckle pottle: but it8 From the New sTk Word:
lPwoe I lp os utter one WEDNESDA OCTOBERt tive gas o and MI lies the n Juist possible if ye pr-ractice .harrd. Four marble pisa fro Italy a rug
S iM be fo Rr er boys* v e wants of 1 ar of tlhe verra hard, for twa-three years ye costing $000, a silver plated trundle .A.
S tv e tor her Master. P r Os m e wanto O- e lcht- wagon for echa g dishes, a oee a* -"
=a tribute body. Jones( expectantly)-Yes? ing room, a fower br4akftut room sn- est eF
<* A6r onITy A .i 3etsody with bri 1ht da1.ue and uf Professional-Ye micht begin to three orchestras are a to the tall s
an dBes ld feonely .AtiNodem tere brislel with bright dial t e ando oSS ha gbae a glimmer that ye'll never ken offerings f one city hotel f the e- s
Sgi oe coudes e at n1ltatee sgehted5 b sa l a letld. h 15a 0 d3 [the T-rudiments o' the game.---Sketch. ticement of these who pursue the A eser
'a mquer. side by side,
Von they dlomb:
the eventide-
SevNew, "Aevlaved her The Joaunoa/' Dampy Fashios Feature
"1 MM..r t" Master's



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.... O I Almost every lady in the city knows


of the high quality, good style and a for
of Reed's Shoes, and just now we m
; ^- ^fl~lll 'IW. .i, showingig a most complete line of this wdel.-
Sk now a make. We have the hih Napoleon
S- boot in tan. also patent vampsn wto with
l C tan and chocolate colored cloth tops alo
nn.* tan ooze with very light turn sole, alI with
S IThe above cut shows the the new wove top. omn in both
latest style Lad? B t In aidntion to the above new styles w s, in p
ton Shoe; comes patent o t-&
reens a -f1vamp with cloth and neat have all the staple lasts in welts ad tu
I t kid top, also tan with ooze a which is oufam

". ,, I $4 '+$3 .3


"" ""O- G OWN OF --GER At- "r W a7 .son Pi .
The model gown illustrated is seer trimmin bt is very smart ,
bwhe well cut and tailor stitched. White serge was used fr the origtalal
gewn. the trimming consisting of bands of the same material, a-d butts
eorered with- the eleth. The track was made In sml-prtInaese style, with 7 ve-^
a panel ti the treat amu back, san the 3-oke and sleeves were -of wMte
*ashable tulle, or nat.

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wwr.

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Price$1550 6
Thar an wwe we askt for aB t e 4room
boMr m ed lar tot an corner of Belmmot
mad 8th avenue. The house Is screened
and a every particular an attractive plea
Cam and lt s ishow you.
We have a customer who waats a hboos
airly lose in, either on Garden .or Cb aase
streets, at about $150.-.


LS. BROWN 6 C&
Real Eate and l"surmase Agento.
AOemos Ehoeeo adoe. .
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THE A, B, C OF INVESTMENT
Is to buy where the property must increase in value.
and "Buy Where It la 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 Inteest of the Seller to Have that Property
Grow, Is worth most careful consideration.
The broad principle of Russel Sage's advice. "Young Man, Buy Real
Estate," will n oo rank with Horace Greeley's aph.ristn -"Young an, Go
West," and the advice is good, but does it not strike you. that if you are
going to buy, you might as well buy the best, that is buy lots with the
company that buUds and develops?
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any
other property in or around Pensacola.
We guarantee street car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine months from date.
You can buy these East Pensacola building lots now for $60 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.


PERSONAL.
I THE MDOUMBRsW whme cook left
Without moseenlswe. Qe wwll place an
l.L t tbemo colmurn am"thw a" thw
and a tme tsrmble at em


Journal Want Ads today. Profits
will accumulate quickly if you
are systematic and redd them
every day.


su in 08 eltoy g M ............. ....-........- .. Only 250 lots will be sold at present prices. When tsWhnhis allotment is m T C OUC l OTT
N-A w*% P OP-p w A.LL ImoaSTo qunir. YOU wATS. sold, no further sales will be made by us until after street car line Is corn- I | I li L EIL AU
;ANGqT MO A NAIN ANYY AMOUNTS TO. LOAN I. Six years ago a few brave souls bought lots in New City for 00 each.T REAT STATN
-- AT uuu rwus. The street car line was extended and many of these lots have sold REAL ESTAl E. RENTS mmd LOANS
~ ^ m m~t 0e Twr- woulw"Od lik e "to I"eS ame! ata boom that ever occurred in the history of the world, will within the next 2" S1 . ON |
.P ....CTI@O ro C E01 EOR PONNC0E. O1 P g rate oftereSt 0te ".O few years take place In Real Estate. and mark these words. Eas t Pensacola
tr The Tofms t twil be a record breaker
It Is"V t L thefi cet.M easiestlaequ e. t and chas t NO lots sold to undesirable parties. We shall have some Interesting
~: K-J J I~ H~ *~ IL f_ Nf ww f e *a i. things to say from time to time,. but the most Interesting of all is this-
4 0 VTON & r W ATSON.v hv W --t Oon't Wait. Get In before the 2S lots are sld. HEPT 1W ANTED fO
0g --T N w t have m, 4vws in 8Q=Wtb n

S UMOM RALm TAT RNTAL AND INSURAC AGENT. per cent mrtgs u r The Pensacola Investment Co., WANTE-Manager for New Branch of OUND-The bt place
e aI- r '. lmv e. M work"bedr froue1 MOwN& 1 North Palafox St. our business here in Penacola. Write comforts, bedspreads r
i .... ..Itw-orkforou ;TShe FlS heorRled-llBa promptly. with references. The Morris tains on weekly or mo
AgIieY -2] F aamo z B'S, Wholesale House, C3ncinnti, 0. 10oct2t Call phone 971 and our a
A Yo.... ,,. .....-"-olOmon FurnEture Co., W
hWANeTr=.. iWTD---AmH experiwencT solicitor to


.al aMOE TO O WAh. en.i yocan b a o b .e so s cbouep $1oi A 00.00 A y0 C Wy Govnment St. letm gante, Pho0e 1
andIran .. o Pen Ms o - il on su hen e s -- -te-e uar employ ent ...T Joh tna
to_ _ca he street ca r lin e .will buy anmregular
aag. PFRr pan FO R. a ..ets M0e-..... ..... . .... .. ...n c. . . ..ash 0 an ao me n c won t ys a C oettag e t H onme i Apjy Cacu lation De a tm*Apynt.
twiea:131 rae of- ff^^sso an tsseo= 6rofom sar eptinal R .tabt an mgas ,ee wcds. East Penseol

W-o pca a a Co. W. Government St. lorctim 5-room and hall house on East DeSoto o. o
S iS W. H-teFO w.t or t.wo. ..-ft..otsotoneMONEY LOAbNED. apst street. Cheap at 81600.w hee s t poble for
S10 0 WANTED-oungadytto tod s or two -stt box ban esona r V $100 cash and $0a -to til buy tamos ine a s, nwthe sch Maa
41341 c..o and inOKeIL- an sottiew. Tm -roomhouseont Worth HlM Prie t4,000. bathhot and cold waterhi WoNpTToED FO:R
seasons xs.a. smi ser. ~mteeum sna puoe ninetydr ys..fad. 1*, m **u sa The e acola3vesmenowill buy one of the prettiestAhomesne, ang fBr ae Br- J. h. Ha
ha l e msa s lV te'Cooo .ror timenpee rnentn. Inwthe ciyao .Wr. ocot
as 1116,--....rt...Deli.vey, r*r_____________________ .earwline, all modern.. rooms. I i. Oto. ._or
Sif-s to o"T, o. foct2w* oot front andi side gal- WANTE-Lady and oenteman cm- In Ecambta Couty C
arm one BTAR D ASID IROOFRS. / Goad money; el at siht An We Eg -N R& vsers 1
;t* wit o. tua me Cop a Pens aee t llP F l LBrooksIlery s south front Larg er. Go handle useful at hioId at e of for
:,rA (I ot.)-WANTEDSAM rwa1nts Mal l Carriers andto eh
FOR RENT-1Ui you h8 prcon. lot- c LM< Le rv IaUt The balanced
dh & sRuccess MOR 4LU.m. allot $5x12tn218o.ItodeUClO.St-p(I REL ESTATE AND INSURANo. rt. .vnt -v fr i t m ,o, re ere. Ta re to be
.--y am.. y...ns.. bed. ONLD ,s-EAL EATNRA m NC. rent. Don't lave for Common edutio mi PrJoa l. -eeet Pm a-

OeoS asen uSam W Im* a curt&aS lae&I-* LOST. 5 lots on 16th ave-Ctm treE.nWrs slin n Gol r
-wd&_3 W m' t2 0= 11CanD opeM 50sT L e soM M emOOrS14w1 rlto ree.
.2-. 8. tZ st. ooo tuW light hAou.eepgo.. Apply *14 an ck- i ath a ~ nue car line, the Rochester. N. .. octm* It. 16.
ciYlU pe., W. aweir-n-t o - o street. oct t o paoin chatelaine pon. between ANd Wi m ewery St to NotSt.r D Applicotion
t1 1nU--te*mS* MONRY IbrAlnsinereo Jungst ceeteryt on B motsettocheap st OAGENTSON EiSse on o oice ofsppibation
lfWNtMO SAd. *othu Real Estate and FOR RENT-Rooms suitale 1for J lht s a fm cemetery0o wrmenta l heT betst aecidet ado healthn-P Ur tino
mc bym as o e -- rM o0 .FIato Al..a. oct.tf .housek.ee ping. Apply orner Cervan iegorsRewa ort UItred .s u th, h t 1 suranse Ion eAnitee. $. wek easy Fora _..ot 0s hr
Le. xtm want d a t g a d Cordova streets. Phone 1 s~7. Rway.oIum o retu to A. r s t 1 0 Imade. Wre, a 1.te Jr., Manger fto A-e l *eb prc.aset
e wem2a i"a eosc o E HI bloct ot CFlorida. t- cat* No 15, d
i *gThe Jr E P rhe. alut10m P cr ............FOR RENT-Two completely furnise8 m nlA lI temb. D.
-h s ISA..A- A.S Witot0o W. o- rooms, suitable for light h S S Return to this e car. way cape. JIO We ae Jrl WANTED-A cer boy with a wheel. In a oyd
mOR SS L-S' e sdde o aent on Use of gas, bath aBnd phone.Oc tApyCruaineturDeae to this ont Juna.ti.e for reanfo taxdedtoctt 'E -luuau
,, mornings. = LOST-oEP mn eeretidencOe EW. A. e t with law. id er toeal
N the b .tt toet Ata a. un INIS HDFO SALO--AS bythe2-i be e whL T a-F d blah -oaMuewtc. hlonur lolwn d esid pr
>An to ea A. ^h- o g. N- otoba soohnoShmallw. Appls set bi tch Palmaa304 30 ThaeshiBurltonn WoT E- I $de -a r. publisoento. EsmMb Mo
*-Sm..-ur- --o--- ------- . .. . ... -tm _om _________ _do eookng andt housework: position per- aw ,Mlan slero o Sw
E ahe rKs &aS91O O1T l0 Anon a corner P fac l- Why don't you try The Journal'sd rewar frc ers. Som t -- EstOm z an. bHaeseodW. P
3100 Cm e l i- B e *mt'A ohs c ey o Be to prop aare doin wonderful things tanw ticks ontore' lrTI a-et to right pa t Mus htlhoret
.9 the $2al t e An d s.?R REThey omx aund a-r eoereie .aP.e l0.od x $24. F*ak e s orth Nomag e 2 w st. TIr
on' V Ba!.* e you for other pe-p- --and -why not yo return to W. MBlouni r. 8ct bt o R Jrt. a tre w redae. e $ Ma o N o n w e




,i _ to aon__ b te o tmrw muar o1t mre 4 wit-whittee noy. and black I. W i speck. 27.se. _bAa
Adm dess a et 1 .ue A o rlemardef1 ot. S e toctbuilt-o..Rewardoo fafor Apply or ae s r e or Ig to Ia
g. aas gsa*eW n U s.oth azarrageas t d 53on wr tw t0.Vv T LO e..FAL m _one ot se. wi ss lau. tr on te 4tha
L Sont Po ne u eT-Anom berd.. o. wt tint .o an s ea hs r
t Amsai tO Oar-TWO bak sh r g AeUNFURNISHEDTErooms.-closeIn;..mCae A. 16 oies
ki& amars *"ce A lnS ? **o^ne lot. N. Spring good neighborhood. Apply 425 ast B An Amb er MISS mwioth M W eNnTa A cof t -a ad
pair. 1 -Toand dup iTate a" y S Lt CloAee r to W Wt. Bd, dyl..$ ._.t. H Zarragossa. ilsept ormr .. t d te 4
Doke on the marof as e wtAsD AND bathOebO c Ia e- b INTE D(a n p Ioorouse. At-cl a. 0. ts th


dt*.* Mmdo satee le0 t Us aouat $10. FoR RENT-Furnisd oru ed andleTtAn.adon And w leathe toi att. 10sem* A e 98 Wto m


oeMe Delit-red -ORRt o a Tu.o. DAm. aS SW ar fez.ste Gr aWn r her Kindergarten at e W. StTouaa tP teedtoaxdOto5Ienaaa


ANY-g bft. ortt ** *fc OB-m Coup" a. LAW>**. -t. Bayou^ ^ at $". FOR Reo unfurnTheory. Lealonnhatd Ppils ol issuance oMauch c
oi tn ds aP 0 *a frontrosoutheraJ a and east Other solid red, fat and has wart on tcLLRreTL.cola.Oldestgog.es... Nt
imaS e P Loe ho e and bath to d e of back. just above ta. Rewardbl shed*ootelIn e tytreathsCerticate wars o ,am :halr
SM o1 c- .P r.t. it o srtht. Private fanly. Ad- return to W. W .atMcMlan beatSerie Rates 1.60ad $2.0. Spec- S.EleHt. .t t ,



A r atr b eott.ha es no.,=2t usef on 0 m PIANO LESSONS-MR TCAr Pi &en to laS, taded wll
w4" les t .r N. DA an ta cco l nd me. Phnee - 2 22 Ceaher Kt t the 1 th a o om
IMe Mediate St I 3.g fe mAD OL a te wt noveltynoug- i street on obeth the thd ayect obe ra



aIt is ti to s er. Im- oaks, paQ. chetut and other MR W LAM PBERY, Caseratb y
'" S th" 2*S" _t. oltome;aft I S1 forT the0 i o o -p.1Box Ms Ly Th s


,9mi .... .... .y :'" pa tee s. S. he yu win t hr oug: m ay ,trsstion: eady Deputy
S -son" ts am haness S P or I. too hte advanced cIlh o technque, ..
a lom M118 E W ^11sPLACTom leesns oaals. s s f1roomhes.menscla


1Tss male whS Iiia^st'VattrofOm"s; tBtion 25-foot pri ad 16r ro p NOTICE.IS

A buyer w s L Sa. sa Sa l e\\ C o andThitoraekoa WMe0or s.0 JCar st ea d .etoa.eko M....on.OJacksA- d
boom_ r imwooned hidn will ML b re opeed&erasfeortitng antebatsoanTrPaINn
oreuasL i- ?aS S 001 ad ac a mwh enan thN and bte2 me rthd l lev atA:1 .N.a t s
feehlaise sptlyc leareu partly tima ta e Ith Lay o Pbr






JKSS"' ro':::::SS P. Dor 002 or Fisher o
YQW VIS I -._ -a---_ollr"631106.th.. rough .o 1ma b1kfmm
Wh igs. a-... ..... h s .. - a --U d ..T..H as F.o TH AT." PEN SACOLA





M .......-.H..... mmd, Good o ld foJ the ttl e w no pletdog, o:fS n- ......... .a..s
ob WTto SuAtaILY ornhaigao
s ... south'4W.ho e5Sd ra es. Piu larne r ote Pnice pigeonsal. may thewiTh all moder"n onv 5:r a. a...e.
$4 10. orot expensive. Eest TbDA Y
P.YsImpr...ovdci... bt te ould like some chickens e Lo m ..
LI ............ n.. .t.an iandch e FOR SALE OR 1:. ..GE-A good..
*h cheap and on easy terms. insure fresh eggs f orn.. your room house wi -er ver um : m
set......... S..eet .............. ..... .. .S.ept b a t c close in and close to three car lines. 6:3 a. ..............
WC is ShaATo wsv."S.akfatis her John N -4 a. m..




6 f te...h ............h.M eO ghtAfor w asy r aoleM U ouf old Jft Uar o wa nt page of te e. .. I GMRae ,' p. m.s .
a ,L tut rtret h ..........eat er rt c ts b1ndl1. and Rom: 4t5a ..e p.0 m. ...
Avenue and 1th stre..-1e Ase Jsh The Pensacola Journal. Thre s wayoettem
Me. se ReaIh ESreet.aJ t e x in f t lile on u NOT U ---I repal r ..*- o, .e m. .-.-
Am I40-0StreMet M........ be are hundreds of people who are debts co _vtae OSSond.e- g a
Aro e ""a d1 0th tet..1" mMOM W- dNs66 y 2orwO Ape. St. 72 or toh T e niceola Or mouanby al Ter Romana Ste. ia^2 p. m. r...
a ..opmoo5
r s. n street ........ M R R Sy*I- ole li. Just v an yorm c. aiekeant .
r t ...........P Land on es term daily advertising in The Journal, eggs fo y u r.o
6s-rom house at \i eager to sell what they have, or m -is A.H. 25.A ^ e S... P. m. a-. *:
e.. _-ee o tights, bath. h t am l col -- jlem M- e. s 1 p. m. :h-
t asr s .d or exchange it for something els weghts. "
b n t stock. r 0 P nreakfash.7 L .t am 11 :e

B s P s rPOKULTRY -. ..For instance: John Smith horsene Pr-s as. ......Heo....te.amseeks a buyer for his hore 'lu r sa s yogtthmo

T31R ANTE -The poultry, or dDiwaog, or ow by tost Ao le Pebt
-- twoln.t Stroeett .. :s s -f. iedAtJt t oor tho.wentha Jol-me f J" J. --e--t- 202%? d:0 .
Ph1.h ndstto btuy see egod healthy cows. Apply it doner dwit otsn mo1eu PtatITe p.en feTi gh 7:1ev slm

a ret S sr. Complete for etskeep- TO CATTLE OWNERSI have a pu Evs Brown, who is ing in. o .te rt leve
T-emN month. Adress P. O- In sivence. owser owsley, corner 9th the dry goods business need& Carpeoer's Pe wa tNDAY SCHI
Qi Sonc tSriet. etl. w :vL a o and 24th street eth c "Iteet yoller we u asilo made. se d UNDAYted a.tm
0 n-a stret.. house .a&retFSEuie.some ready cash to start on. He vJenersn streak 1m rst car leates Paein
t bamp WaAro aeor rNt. K1RtAL]To o met. Lesie E. heco, at 8:@ 8- m
Srap Wetoen isor. ... ge 3oct will sell his automobile cheap, -. -r on. the ek d
toheved erett a cek.
IVo PES TODUCKS-F rices and or his summer cottage at a a- HOELB. mEarc at 5:0 pm .
ifes thoy marawr eun lroa eteatrtptw ine. Fre gt car wR

,oR ply W. S. Grd. octtf You can never realize the .heo_.-*V--.--se---_ __iC





LOST A ood "W -rJm e At ofc


M tied up in -amt
EVER T HOTEL Ia wmst Florida and fae x
South Alabama sld car a smell ad
In this column. They L
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$1600
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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D.
to buy blankts,
gS and lace cur-
nthly payments.
lesman wil caIL
Intendewca St.
190ocUt
ladles' hats r-
d. Satisfbonos
or call 466 N
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r J. H. Harwea
lebts cot
rove.


cuit Court State
Annie Ewin Vs
wvorce. On Mon-
ber, A. D. 1968,
ring, is required
led against him
m published once
-nsecutive weeks
El. a newspaper
bla County. A.
It Court. By C.
Macola, Fla.. Oct.
octloaw$w
for Tax Deed
er 48M. Laws ot
eby -given that
r of Tax Certl-
bird day of Sep-
lied tiod certf-
Ls made applisca-
ie in accordance
te embraces the
arty situated In
L. to-wit: 8 of
hip 1.
e sad land be-
of the issuance
name of B. M.
'tUea01 shall be
w. tax deed will
ay of November. *
Sof October. A.
[Uam. Cley Cir-
Dounty, Florida.
uty Clerk.
octl0oaw4w
for Tax Deed
pter 43, Laws
reby given that
of Tax Certfl-
iday of Septem-
d said certificate
Ie application for
-dance with law.
s the following
Led in Escambia.
;6ofN3^.Bec-
b. agNe XI west.
Ised at the date
rtiSoate In the
Rhodes. Unles
Sdemead acoerd-
Issue thereon
ber. A. D. 190.
ture and seal this
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lit CourEt Bscm-
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SAbreast With the
The inverted gas lamp is the most mo
men of daylight-like iinmination. It give
steady and brilliant, yet soft, light and is o
too. Costs but $1.50 to install on your gas

1^ C^^SMSHe RmLaj Fr=m rantu in -SSASC
SAbout Four eeks Ago PENSACOLA GAS COM
On Account Ill Health. BA Phone 14M 24 and 27 E. Garden

HE HAD BEEN SUFFERING FROM
t RIGHT'S DISEASE FOR SEVER. I
S\AL MONTHS, AND TOOK TO HI LINIMENT
BED TWO WEEKS AGO, EXPIR- A P tie Cre For 1880
ING EARLY LAST NIGHT. O A t

Mthrouwout the city and who was liked H.sta-
ibyallwith whom he was acquainted, Dhmlnlland lcan'tL
died last night at 3:30 o'clock at the sai enough for it, for Rheu-
home of his motler-in-law, Mrs. A. M aUsm nad all pains. It, is
Cd, terrera. No. 615 East Zarragossa he ost e Is but the natural result n
street. His death will be regretted I but the natural result of age
by a large circle et friends. Death a we s growth. An honorable cart of xme tha
was Mdue to s ac. rt' dipseia. hSIr lili1t CO. eight years has won for The Pirt Nat
Mr. McDvld, accompanied by his 8" l'. wk 68
wife, returned about four weeks ago . *I name we shall always try to maintain, "Th
from Panama whore he had been In liable."
the departmental service tor about
two years. Prior to his appointment to "Bi ad -rmamem~d by Capital $300000.
a responsibleipestion In the Canal W. A. D'LMTWR TE, Surplus and undivided pofits, $14000
zone he was In the postal service In
l _l ._ ______ this city, being a clerk In the local w otgg a Sharlder liability 00,000.
---- I poutoce. He was compelled to leave _
6m.R million feet of lumber and some Robert P. Murphy, Am. eb., f r Pnauia on accort of falling health
iiavv ,stores. New York. and returnedtoPenacolainthe hope Notice to Water Consuel r. T a
s a erTar due thi thmoor, Br. s ., Evas, for Ham- at change would restore his Water rents due Oct. 1st,
The; stee Tarpon is due in thisbr health. aVatee"rentsaduetOtt.1st,
S~grat f mr points along the gult He had been here about two wek if paid on or before Oct. 10,
coa"t. LIST VESSELS IN P@RT. when he was copapelled to take to his
M dli E mr *L. bea. and has been slwlPy growing a discount of 5 per cent. will of Pnsola. Florida.
Se A social from Galveston says: The White Jacket, Br as, Parley, 149, wre6 with each aty, death coming be allowed. Unless paid by
alr naes ew steamer Braso St. Vincent to J. A. Merritt & ey aswi Oct.31stt servicewibeshDesignated Depository of the United
arrived at Galveston today on her J)omgate, Br ~s, RIppon, 1986, Ca The deceased is survived by a wife. Oct. 31st, service will be shut
maiMs trip from New York. break- dig to Fr. Julius Schreyer. one sister, Ria Aubrey Maura, an off and a penalty of $1100 Wr N: s.IP,'ea w. K. Nw, J, v-ee-
Ing all previous records for time be- -Sandown, Br *s, Paterson, 2773, several half sisters. He was the son The w. i, Asem CAeMler. w. N. Rrtw AM'
tween the two ports. T.e Brazos Tampico to Gulf Tramsit Co. of R. M. MeDavM, deceased, and was charged for turning on again. mad" ..-* c. A. mgu., w. . w. .
sailed from New York at noon Satur- Anna, Aust as, Rodvich. 1304, Gal- born in Baldwin equnty, Ala., 38 years ewes SWIr.
day last and berthed here four days. veston to Gulf Transit Co. ago, moving with his father to Pensa- -W BS . .....__ _ i_ _ _
ei.uteen hours and forty-fve win-. Nentmoor ,Br ss, Taylor, 2392, GI- cola when eight years of age. nKNOWLES BROS._ __ __ ___ __ __
tes *ut from Sandy Hoed to the braltar to Pensaoloa Lmber Co. The funeral services are to be con- WS .
a ..lveton jetties. The previous best Brit as Victoria, Stephems, 24, Ha- dcted Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
ATini t --ia time between the two ports was vana to Hyer Bros. at the family h-e, No. 515 East Zar- insurance PAY Y
Shield by the Morgan stealer El CK ShIps. ragesgs street, W- the Interment will IFE, ACCIDT. MARINX A T
of S UL( h it ltAIMwhiet made the trip In barn day Mabella, Nor ship, Backer, 1632, be In St. Johns inmetery mt FilIRE, GI M ACeC t MRof
B "twety-three hours and twenty-three Aberdeen to order. I ,s YOG M AN
0 Bellas. Ger. bk., Balles, 861, Lis-"a ... AUAN OIlTY OF NEW
S --Te British ste&ship Earl-wood. bon toix. Robo. I U* W SW-2 es .I e-m iset .S., sm" or woaH or husband or father earning a
T T uH ti ernlpip O. sait. Capt. Banbenger arrived I. port yes- Cabello, to Rix M. Robinse. 'can have money i the bank by practicing a
s AlSC "-. sigeT 'to the Keyser Muldon .. Neort bk Arroja, 1.00 to Rix a the Cptain, Owners., hory, and 0be paid d saving.
daonorC ,mlgeet5 of the steam-
I hSWi. C C Hiawatha, Nor bk, Johnson, 1406, U 1 40p I.0ip. owod. l If you are not familiar with the adva
k Antonio, yeauS morni romSt.Andrws Mal..al0 i- s i v H^ fiMAN1 *13 Oby tt Crew of *l -o.. our Sav ear ent, come in and let
'Me.The Stoaer )-n to rIved t ort Liverpool to master. sponsible for debts contracted l
0141he-lh e M Antoolo, YesteedatmoMrnXt Prom St. Andrews Maria, Ital W Lr8 1L i n 4 H.by th CrewRofes.aidvessel. lt
.S4-a s -Gep, wharf, ubere she discharged 300 bar-.Bormola*A ms- tk. rihm n r
jI iw lll 11 port- aid moorep at Comaandiwcla street nrance to W. U Wlttc Co. EN U F_ sER-MU--N Bo.. BUptaiE it tO yo..
IH t llll M1br CM.emny rels otf naval tores. She eft last 1191. Pt. Nonlat to master. lI* ntert col
,*night at 3 o'clock for Mobile. Ital bk r tM ~1rw l 1eltoCREW NOTYICE.n, ote tr1
ba yet,* no. toP ensacolaU Lmber Co. N-or c o, ,,Nor-.
t o'trarrived o y"* Earleweead Br. ", Bamberger. joulsen, 1. D1M. ee es Ayres, to J. A. A w or detson A
i l. L. to the Keyer-Muldon Merritt & Co. From. T NAM ERICAN NATIONAL I
Co : Ital.. b. Ros M. Mana. IM, Joe Ki ti TO ORD Captain. ENCOLA, FLORIDA.
-4t it the cup. O. 0. 8aitmarak, Br. as, Rogers, _to_ msr._ _aM__r IAVNGS DPARTUEtTN.
ste am er 2 3M .IL erp o el to G u f T ra ns it C o. N or_ _b k_ _ __Jo b_ __,_ __d_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
The su0mmes were Nerelyset, Nor bk, Christensen, London to A. Zelius.
uSg i. the 1444, s oaAyresto1 master. Nor. bk Sigurd. 14". O aeld, to Was Di Ded.
W, LNEuk C o. a" Havana to flste..
2-a COOlls oor RwiICH.S MHK USmdJoeKing among w Pensacola Bank & Tru
for Isouta, with hlmbe*r, 1,500 bbts rosin. Drowned in the gult, Thu.-rsday after- --
..........15W rosin. ICIS-M moan, King was : member of the -- I. YATES, M. iLD.
crew of the flashing smack Caviare of OCtaat.al, UA0
wa.SAY..I s Saunders & C fleet. He 410 lmt dildag. T. A. JENNINS CARL H. J
Iveuel and when a big swell struck 11tof @a SMn s Passlelan. Vie -8nl
Sthe sack he was pitched into the -_
i I I Ihim,. but he sank efore help could DR. J. B. TIT.T-RR, F. e 3awner, .. L.. R. R. ash
Charges WorldlinSA as the reach ims. c.srlr Jniaan...r. T ee-. W. w. c.
Charges Worldli as the a.ire had reached a point DENTIST see. L. Lai n w. Meyer, J. e.
CO0tAINS NO Ae w Chief Difficulty C- =...w.t of the .a .,,,,, E S. ,..... ,. w5
Che, bvgoyg bw he r a y ao t- baer toe snapr banks 5 Bmt Bulihg Ph-o as. T. A. Jesnsaige, d H. Jamage.,
ma9- ll Pesetrates ing Churches in Amenrica. back to the city to report the matter eT4ramu --..
SI of and letaain for f the snapper bks b PnO WE DO A GENERAL BAIJKING AND
m y OtU. a King was a member of the fisher- BUSINESS.
3 -7_y - '-* w -_-* *-41 IhI So miJiIE.r.. New York, Oct. i i'far rMac- men's union and Sags were displayed .
Skay-Smith, Bishop Cose at half-mast on th bashing vessels SECRET S ris. __-IIE_._ ____
-:"B ,.-.^ ketay-9lb, chishop 4) J~lan-tIn port yesterday out of respect to
sylvania, with Mrs. Mackay-agmth, him. He hed no relatives in this R .A. N.
at the Lambeth eatereslea o the ,rorb Chapter, No. 4. Royal
| .stany | ; o pti alutcetd cok s 1 a o o'clock. THE CI I 1HNS NATIONAL
Schurch- to 4a oree, sad the dSel-bag 20.9 standing eloEks, 441,75 N A. .
.ties that confrot the chuB tM I hanging clocks and 25,30 watches. Secretary. A e Doldml Ek W i al n ..
ode y T NEVER FL .olereteran Aremen'Aoca-
incrthe clergy from performing th mar_ Hall the first Friday In each month. _


no matter whether n fau ot. That I What They Say About Them ABE DANIELS. President J . R n. C J. DOU. W
bisThrough thisrensolueni of tse A ei, in n acola,and it I TIher.or Beeretary. P dt Ve-t. C A
permitting the remarriage at dier., Reliable. DAUGHTRS OF REBUKAK.
persons who were not at fault. This Aother proof, moe- evidence, Pen- u d*- tp. o10. Da ughtrS f
is the rule enforced by the Fetstantt scol.a timoy to swell the --l-ong a a. -.-. Pp l ea
Sipiscopi Conventio IIn the Ulited lIst of local people who edore the aes co.diay Invited to e. present.
States." 94 Quaker remedy, Doan's Kidney REBECCA JOHNSON, N. .
"*What is the gratet evil with Pills. Read this convincing eeorse- POLLY DARLINTON.
which the church Is caSed on to con- neat of that rezarkaie preparam _- s ry..,
tcnd' he was asked. o. CAPITAL *MI SURPLUS AND UNOIVoeO P FIOPn
"Worldlineas," was his reply. "Too M rs. C. F. Iehr, 628 East Govern- -_x ,J R T
7; much onoeq, too mch prosperity. ment street, Peacola, .. says: H n M.TRCTI.s
They make-men and women carelSs "M. Lehrhas to do a gra deal MARKET REPORT. J. JoO. t. J. v T.
of their souls' salvation." of heavy lifting in his work and this w--E. O. T .m a m. a. a w.
|Is such wealth as that ps ws the dre caue of eThis z zA ET A G- Mo.ga ; -d aT
Mi ABOHIG B=EER OF PENSACOLA byt-eM o s-- T1Wl,.dr ou. e. He --o-ud ^^o mIGi
DEL I*6) Toome from work 1t NhL Walking Timfollowing r*Vort is furnished daily
Bishop Mackay-Smith did not , tn a stooped position on accoeat ot for The Journal by Marks & Gayle, F. .
me l for RE. it means, any beer taey may ser directly. the pains in his back. He could not B. cotton merchantA, Pensacola. Fla.:
seaca for N R,it means tone "It s the general tendency toward assume any o on that ws om- Strict middling... ................11-1:::::::::::A. BAKER CO P, S. A
l to y7~r st~endth. extravagant Uving that I er to" e portable and felt hw U and' worn out. Midding ...........................S 9-s MANUFACTUR.I
S a ishaa,, "gaistt eo having said. -Too much epicureanism, too Flally I persuaded him to try Dona's Striet low middling ................. 8 5-16 j
S much fine raiment, too many tast ao- a. me Ptlls sad a boz was produced NAVALTORES
tolmoilies. at the Crystal tarmaicy. He had Savannah. Ga.. ORt.ES.-Th- following
"And the remedy?" Used them but three days when I are the naval stores quotations:

preacher should have th p b .malp*dd ce s a peirt one and I n ...---------- -- .................... ...
when be address e s beb givelDean's l1 n -- P-ll- thtee H*:n _.... .' .... ?
F rench acegrettis- are tat a pe br sale by lB dealers. rrice ............................ ...to 2 7 i
ncullar movemet of the g Id ~ eqerts. Fater--lbuar Co.. Bufale, .......................
Sand Hollan. A ne sand epigIaa States. .b oTts.Jura I
on the coast of Normandy has lees Nenemuber the Uame-Doan s-ad A T.
g|Ba* a- er -awa a -M r . t ah. .o othr. Subscribe for The Journa r m


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The Cammo Pre
Aeaordtag to char
relief oaesatious I
the outlook for tae
nag the coming winta
very rosy. In fact
jobs do not appear
unmeroin than they
That means hard I
of suffering ahead.
TBe situation thil
however, In me tap
1K7 the crash cam
lIg. Thausaids of W
charged;: eployment
Bet agencies were
appHcations for we
were unprepared to
hard winter Is ex]
@orasxatioan will p
eons of last winter
wlatT's caap'ign an
year's war.
Chicago provided
employed last spring
method that ought
tihue for other cit
great.
Durtng February.
Aid Society put some
at shovelUansg snew
upon whilh there ai
nihhtg flat cars ft
the snow. For thi
clety paid fifteen 0
*v-ioting to about $
eartag being paid
Whea the season ofa
over, the writer sug
men be employed to
a&ley crossings In t
around Eli Bates G
these being given Ui
the street cleaning d
city.
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There is correct style-certainty to ea
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ly against the individual.

They are the sort of clothes that are
-n who have good judgment wuhen it con
ity ,and good taste when it comes to se1
terns, shades and fabrics.

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this line of goods; a trade sustained, min
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easy and safe way out of the ills MaiL ,
ectig pat- !caused by coffee. He says: h
"I g pat- a suered intensely from heart "hen you feel any temp~,. on .
:trouble and nervousness for five years comn' along." said the friend and ad;-
Lan. though treated by some of the 1i1ser "'you muss' av, 'Get taee behind
bestphysicians in this city, did not me-. Satan.'" "Da"s what I d. ne
his City to -got.permanent relief until I ch. ..ea ,ald, answI e T i Er.usPtnale
from coffee to Postum. iswer e back "ag s all ri t.n We'
nusm on atn "A friend of my family was visiting 'w.e me b "ck Dat s al rnght. oen, '
siness on tour house and seeing my condition,both wrede ae wa--, a' it don'
St insisted that coffee was at the bottom ma difference to nohow w
.d you, not of my trouble. I cnfess I was skepti- leads de puhcession. "-- Washinton
cal but promised to try Postum In ;Star.
mKvOU de- j place of coffee. b f re The rebellions angels had jiust been
S"It was nearly three wefs before 'cst out of paven. In the swilt
most clear- I noticed much of cany change, a my downward flight Lucifer- overtook
ci ase was a bad one. Then I saw that Beelzebub. "What's troubling you.
values and Imy nervousne.-q was gradually dissap-' ub* he called. "An ol. problem,
values and spearing. A Uttle later I was able to answered the futuTre foul fiend, be-
Isleep a part of the night on my leftween somersonts-"Where are we
I side. something I had been unable to going this fall '
!do for 5 years at least.
"I kept on using Postum and the A physiologist came upon a hard-
1g the new result Is, so far as heart trouble and working Irishman toiling~ bareheaded,
Nervousness are concerned, I aa in the street. "Don't you know.'
a well man. said the physiologist. *that to work
"The best proof Is that I at w rittatn i the hot sun without a hat is bac
this with my own hand, a thing I was ,for your brains?" "D've think." asked
unable to do for several years prior (th. I ristbman. "that 0M'd be on this job
to the change from coffee to Postm." 'If Oi had enny brains?"-Success.
"There's a Reasoe." I -
r Palafax Name given by Postum OB.. Battle Wfrp (at 7 a m.1-Now. denuv*our
ad GoWt. Creek. Mich. Read "The Road to condition last evening! Here you ar
*b e t Wellrille," in pkg&. with your hat and shoes on. Don't
:M Ever read the above letter? A nW tell me you didn't come home the
eame 478 i one appears from time to time. They worse for drink! Husband-Not a
are genuine, true, and fatl of busa bit. dear. You know I have lately
.. interest. taken to walking ha my sleep, ad 1


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8th, 9th and 10th. ONE FARE AND 25c FOR THE
ROUND TRIP.
For this occasion on purchases amounting to $100.00,
we will refund railroad fare.
I


thought I'd go to bed prepared.-Illus-
trated Bits.
Disappointed.
At a dinner of a legal association
held ip Washington not iong ago one
of the speakers told of a farmer's son
in Illinoi -who conceived a desire to
shine as a legal light. Acrordingiy he
went up to Springfield. where he a-'"
cepted employment a' a small sumn
from a fairly well known attorney.
At the end of three day's study he


returned to the farm.
"Well. BilL how'd ye like the law?"
asked his father.
'It ain't what it's cracked up to
be." replied BtU gloomily. 'I'm sor-
ry I learned it,'-Se-pteuber Lippin-
cott's.
Don't miss the baseball
Matinee, World's Series, to-
day, 2 p. n Elks 'Club.


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d@"s and ThurbidaYs.
Velro addftioual Informwatlsion* F@
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oA.. A0diIU to neihboriood at that tbm was ewvar "(*0
..... ed with solid iMce fort spacee varytl
a-t le s o" from three to twelve feet in width
astie"s for along the gutters. The ice varied in '.
term's Die thickness from two" to fourteen
I. inches. This condition necessitated
slow, hard work with constant use of
I the pick. .
Luncheon was eaten In the settle- /
.w d meant gymnasium, where an abun-.
Charities ad dance of hot coffee and sandwiches
Bureau.) was furnished the men, the Relief
ity societies and and Aid Society paying the cost of
in the big cities, the luncheon at the rate of about five
unemployed dur- cents a man.
or months is net The number of men rose rapidly
the chances for and steadily until the record of for-
to e any more ty-three was reached on April 10, the
were a year a daily average being between thirty
winter and plenty and forty. At Drat they were paid
$1.35 a day for nine hours, work,
s" year differs, but on April 2 this was redieed to
portant detail In $1.00 so that they would be more .-.
Without warn- likely to hunt for some other work.
workers were dis- At all times there were many more
t bureaus and re- applicants than could be employed.
swamped with' Arrangements were made through
rk which they the City Street Cleaning DepartmeUnt
fill This year a for teams to haul away the dirt and
pected. Charity from two to six were always at
roeft by the lea- our disposal until work was stopped
r and enter the in this ward on June 6. The ward
i-veterans of a superintendent of street cleaning and
his assistant co-operated heartily.
work for the un. Without assistance from them and
g in a practical the city it would have been impos-.
to hold sugges- sible to do anything, as no funds ?
tes, small and were available for hiring teams. In ?
all, 425 loads of dirt from streets, ... ', |
the Relief and alleys and vacant lots were carted L"
i of its applicants away from the rather small part of t
from the streets the Twenty-second ward iJ which k
re ear lines, fur- work was done. About five sad one-
Ir hauling away quarter miles of streets were clean- .
a work the so- ed, every part being gone over sever- CL
cents an hour, &I times.
$1135 a night, the After giving all the streets in the Ederheimer
, each morning. territory several good cleaning our
snow storms was attention was given to the alleys,
ggested that the cleaning of which was done by gangs IN a world (
clean street asad of six o right men under a foreman,
the nelghborsid with picks, shovels, and rakes. Every- oV11 not
local Settlement, thing was gone over carefully, the
tUtle attenUtion by dirt raked together in piles. The bad *
department of the holes were filled with ashes. Wagons the principle
pt would then go through, each accom-
Sstreets of the paneled by three men to load. After l A W
the dirt and rubbish had been re- so able and wd
moved cinders were hauled In, to fill .
bad places in alleys and crossings. of Dleasing yoi
The gas company furnished the cin-
^^^^"^H ders and teams free. In all about 125 ,. .;
loads were used, enough to enable us Were ideufi
to fix some sidewalks In front of ggst brands; i
vacant property. safB E
SWhile the street and alley cleaning .'d-- ER-."L
1 f A and repairing were going on we be- -s --'-ae "; I
gan to give our attention to vacant fi and wear at thi
.'| [ lots, several in the neighborhood be- toa910f
Sng cleared up. Fourteen were w ... .r
cleaned in the Nineteenth ward,
____ m_ 'tWuich brought the total for this work W AT7S~O C N
g to forty lots. W AT 1 JV
The work was from the beginning I.
systematized. The men were sent
from the ofiee of Relief : ad Aid Se- I I__ L
ft 10044 elety with tickets stating just how 1 "
many days' work each man was to
have. Usually the first ticket for
each man gave some Indication of his -'
record and the circumstances of bis r s i:.s B .di l
family. This was for guidance in
F " -r : placing the men In more permanent U ALL SORTS.
work when opportunities should arlsoa
Sn nil about 320 different men were -
a "* :employed. A number were sent se-
eral times, one man as many times He-They say. ApaeoLe who-mar-
as nine times. A total of 2,109 days' ry, soon grow t hAk llke.
|. i work was done, an average of 6.59 She-Then young must consider my
ICJL days for each man. refusal as flnaL-IIWtratod Bits.
Don't miss the BiShmall "Y'sobel, do you think you could
learn to love me" "Learn to love you?
Matinee, World S Series, tO- Oh, Reginald, I could give lessons in
. day, 2 p. mn., Elks' Club. loving you.--Los geles Examtner.
Mrs. Biggs-I'm going to get a
ADJUDGED INSANE gown to match my complexion.
paenheimer unacy commission, composed Mrs. Dl*gs--But aren't those hand-
S lunacy commission, composed painted gowns awfully expensive?-
.r Drs. Kennedy and D'Alemberte and Chicago News.
One, direct iA. DeBrux. has adjudged ItUena Mitch- ^--e .
ell, an aged negro woman, insane and Doctor-Now, my little man, put
i she will be sent to the asylum at your tongue right out this time.
I Chattahoochee. Little Man-I can't. It's stuck at
the other end.-London Opinion.
ay clothes CARRIED CONCEALED WEAPONS. --
-" t-- "Would any of you little girls like
t Will Moore, colored, was arrested to go to heaven?" asked the Sunday
at Mollno yesterday by Deputy Sher- school teacher.
lf Bowman on the charge of carrying "No'm, not this summer. We're
ot oabc. concealed weapons. He was brought gcing to the seashore," answered
10Tg SkiiiD~lC. !'o the city last night and locked up Ethel promptly.-UIppincott's .
In the county jail to awaint a pre- -
S , liminarv hearing. "Does your husband play poker?"
CL model, ----- "I don't think so." answered young
A SMALL PIRE. Mrs. Torklns; "but some of the men
Sman who he meets at the card tables do."-
Hose wagon No. 3 was caed by \aWshington Star.
iat an error telephone ye-rcrday ev*ni-ig to the --
h.t n error residence of Dan Haze on Souia Bay- "Hew do you like your new teacher,
,. :len street, to extinguish a fire on the Tommie?". "Aw, fine. She dresses
ects direct- roof. caused by sparks from a chim- swell and she knows a lot o' slang,.
ney, only a few shingles were burn and I zuess she'l! get along with me
ed. all right."-Cleveland Leader.
---- Mistress-Why. Bridget, wnat on
Made for A POLICEMAN'S LOT earth are you doing with all the
May. Be a Happy Onen After All roen hme on th s..elf Brid
qS An Il. Ex w chief of Police found an replace iverv one I broke'-Illustrated


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