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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 11, 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: VID01211
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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PENSAOF-A rr-lRT-WA,-MPRING, OCTOBEIR 119 1906.


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WTOB FIGIHS FOR NEGRO CE U


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WALTON COUNTY TAX CASE IS


AGAIN IN UNITEDSTATES COURT


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10 4raM t te aesent |w 4r 1f ear-
| N a -=eifm- In- Ausatic .wrvy
f i-; I th ltlzaU -it elau yes-
S rda d t his aegiandce
to the Sintan. Tiarkey. After de-
elatg ehs o eMes of bedulg an
guegy teg= Clerk John Doeo
-6-d as plins
iA$The was borb wat
I sE ee v. 1t0 March, s, 1876,
t. tiat t rsed tn Oits ooatry
se l Jua 1M f trom Patros, Greece.
hr deeribed hiwelf as a
w ;l brother being the
Mnllw 41 Krdistan Javahr
Sato he bto thhrone.
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Chicago Bea Deftroit By
Score of 10 tp 6, on Very
11Bad Fi

GAME NO S SE,
SAYS CAPT. CHANCE

: Three Pitchers by the
Cubs to Detroit
SDown, and Was
Full of Sutggmg qnBoth
Sides, With Chicago k-
ing N. Fre-
works Fish.


wd s I I, Iy Iz .... .... ........ ..... .... .... .... .. W V
My rny AsAst.p m Ed. Standefer. ..... ..... .......... .... .... .... .... ...1.00 *
I Detroit, Oit. 10.-Raft rendered Dr. Ia. C. Wilson ...................... ............ 1.00
w..the. first of the series of baseball W. W. Harvy ................. ................... .
Games tw D Lep. Meyer. Pensacola..................... ..........00
Ste d It Chicago E. W. eon, PensacoaD............ .... . .... ..1.00
S.went to the Wi players at A. .Almberte. Penacola. ......... ..............
enet Park this 10 to A. Walker, Pensacola ............. ..................
6. an aquatic exhlbttled n some merit C. B. Chandler, nsacola..............................
Chicago was compelled use three Total
P.ltpitchers to *na the game, whilTotalforthe D fr t day........................... 1.00 *
SI trolt employ two in er effort to Previously Acknowledged t....... ....................
the If `11 -_ "; i cheek the C*s. Bat if was. for at ..ll. .
th .of ,hb a eaC e ful of u isorlse a nd. Grand total.. .................................... *
by 4heart-breaking climaxes.
a*: ,Detroit, in helr half of the first in-
b1 A' C" W M JU ICE MELVILLE W. FULLER ning, put o~e run across the plate in
f- ~s lUn it e~ .m"I O Ope --t, w t is eid, wit rl t. re frs Uthe barp fashion But it the third Ch1 t
*m but af ts w w e ewh. cago rucbed four tallies, while the
locals were unable to connect with
the balL In the sevqntlt paqdemonitrm
more to their; r,6moe, ng the score
UALU1t PoWERS ARE e to fourC h CARABELLE. LAST WEDNEDY
noise became Ans the next

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adt amoeg the great powers wh Ats
at any dNO s ue the ela Provo-



thA Blgar s indepeene nd a-of the
elation of two provon the by Austria-

Kang Peter has notlied the British
Aove"ammnt and oatger tenrs powers
the ntry oat.e war. pliverthe-d as
at aMY time rlace the declaration or


les, there Bulhas inees a call to anrms in-


Stion of this that fo Austri needed
the interior to preeervye rdr..
AustriHeHungary has servd notice onh
Serva that she ing prepare for all
Sthe ties anrior willto tolerate no fur-
thet provocation. ..
WAR IS NOW
UNAVOIDABLE


Njp Amecated Pegse.A
TMege toa M-eve ese060 ereIs fe Belgrade, Oct. 10.-Even in oflk cial
MaU.a Hlet8 to N twle If eirees it is now believed that war Is
-,-A ...t.ame Lkithegra"p unavoidable. Ms Pasics, minister of
M- aina. war, in an interview *ith the Asso-
N related Press -oasdeaaent declared
a ...- e that the situatism was most aitical.
doWM that Ictufae tf % or we will a,.h.: M 4,btW avoided.
aoe statedemocraticr A big mass tmeetag was held this
oSatf- s $be L" i "TRw e a morning, after wickh the demonstra-
It s aesffHtu, oa tors marched to the Skupahtlna, the
S.S teemanaersmembers of wiahch ar- assembling,
^li maa. g clamorin for war. The feeling
Mr. Hmb evigquy did -t f. among te mimberi of the assembly
S be *D UN 6V an.y im isa aipparenwtlywaltke.
that a c d ras any drepuriblia- The news tbats-e Anstrian moni-
a ft pctmre is still there& tors which are cota ,.he the
S bS"e rmove l' -- Danbehave reached 64Servian
,a-re -there <- Monday. (Continued on Ith ge.)

MYSTERIOUS CRIME WAS

REVEA LED IN N. Y. CITY


By.Amossafte Pwee
ew YTils. *mt. 1.-A .atre
W*rl pi- s to tax the lagatiy
4d 6e4 art.nent before it las
,aegp* tiwAght today when
the 9ES weil-disinmt an sand
entrr f to Jamaica
,Wfshave not yet bem
9h-*ti nhd their valuables In-
.FmjewaRa's chatelalne bag waa
to her wrist. leat there
o ad the poice in Mem-i


tUSeatioM. The boAdies ad not been
tn the water O 'et tha" six hours.
-The man wa apparently 4r years
of age. He wa six ft. t sand
weighed about 2 0ba his
pockets wre jal a kch anm chain
,ad 14.3 in v -I
The wyrommAo *weaabout
6 years of a- a*--r ->Xteseaa
ood looking. ar btROwn hair was
tlae with W She nW" a wed-
ntg rtn. Her at b~ck n e ade
$10 in smal b el s W m chate-
late bai.


Judge Sheppard Dissolw .
the Injinction Previoum-
ly Allowed.

JAf'KSON LUMBER CO.
B)tOUGHT SUIT

It Retrained the Couty
FromSeling Lands of the
Company For Taxes, be-
cause the ValSmtiOSm Had
Been Increased Wi t
Knowledge of the Owners.

Judge Sheppard handed own a de-
cision yesterday of general interest to
the state and ot particular important
to the treasury of Walton county.
The case is that tM the .
Lumber Company va. J. D.
moa, tax collector of Waltos co,-ty.
Md invotmv the eollea m tn .ta
on a large tract of red estte t "
Jac-ton Laher U my to In .
county. 'lbe ,alatif ~*now soght
to restraint the sale a ts I-latI- be
came the tax am-r h is the
erlption of the perojety as listed by
t -a owner aal Itreemd the val .
aloA as retauage sMveral th 1ndi
-dUarwithout note to the power.
Swas coUnteed that's the w law
ader which the several mmattB I
had bee made ftaled to d& l 9 2
Uoe sad opot ty to 0 tm a r |
ot such Altecaw a d
valuation It wi In effect a
kuB of pri. & poperty *4i m \
process .ot3w anM thedrg a
the baa of the foteeath
to the efa2 oomat.uit" .

Judoe ohepanr ad jui.D: .
to Cause.- gta ble the 0 j B
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S ,, +. rd-,. n -teady. the .fo tall season w watab-
y Ae d.. As .;- tr :oa a1t was et down listed her today b ytesaes of a
-. Mans, oct.. 0 .---Wml w q another V.- -' U'nion and Western colleges, a pe ve la a t
SWriht today established an- After the #amD' aaaer Jeualg seventeen players being ren- .* W iCi1- "jS y.Comwqdep WP .yar -met all the 0 e ,
* other record with a passenger, declared that Detr6lt was by no dered unconscious dilag the ,- ,r,_. -ts the federal -
* remaining in the air one hour, means discouraged. Manager Chance. game and five of them ,being 4 Slt s lAO- IF. &I inpot Uoa. As to tihe ether qqestloU of
* nine minutes and forty-five of Chicago, said the victory was no so seroucly hurt thatthey were an T1-W hme Apt was not ds ut It was S me r
* second-. surprise to him. removed to the hospital. # i Tarpon WtoimUaC feds al jurm""tjm and that ta Nai-
* Chicago won by heavy and oppor- Burned tory remedy was plain and
******** ****** toue hitting and brilliant work in the ea..-aS p .s....... as fer an a m ent .k -y
field. amd e." 1
e score:o ..100 000 320-610 : f Nine business houses. one dwelling WS5 AI O1 r'ie1 1
UVfl U Chicago .......004 000 105-10 1t 2 IU ll U and a large quantity of lumber we-re It will be recalled that thi case
nl~ li 1 1 /Hi n Batteries- Killian, Summers -. nnlI nand detryednWednesday morni... at Cnwa s before Judge . .,.^ay on_
ISchmlt; Reulbach, Overall Brown lIbL ill seekli, o restrain the taxes
.1t01I Ote K and KlingS. S rabelle, by one of the most disatr as for e deteen hundred a" cs. Ad
S N A a s OURa Cres ever to vieit that place, property a permanent inJuaedl was aware *
11 loss being estimated at about $1a,1 by m against the oletei at the
IN OLD Ii MU ISS lO H I lIthen T big f and tahpe destrI taxes for twoeyersT he-
Stion of valuable property was brought in nineteen hundred and seven back
_IwUI I IIIt I L ... .... to the city yesterday morning by the taxes for the two years the eain y
coast steamer Tarpon, which arrived had thus eecaed, 0 ad It was aitt
Candidate on Special Train, Urom Carrabeine at an early hoM Ye saa for then asee takes 1t three
i terd y. The steam er r ched Carree. wthelsea mee e ch-- ----" seeking.
Made 20 Speeches During fbele at '12 o'clock moon, Wednesday, Co W. "- PeaaoW and 4. K. IL i-
Day Co .g at just in time for the crew to see the Us were co rL l ,ona hly for the
Day, Closing at St. Donations Yesterday Were warf and warehouse of the vessel Jmo Lumbet r 4c. sad waltoe
Joseph. Head of Harmsworth Papers destroyed by the blaze. county.
Liberal, the Sum of $21 The fre started io McKisselkt n
inm England Paying Visit drug store, opposite the stesaer's Ii Ill L -
By Associated. ... Being Raised. landing. This building, together with C Ih1 L|rrI1.
St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 10.-With a of Observation to the G. P. and A. railroad freight Ml1 L U l
record of twenty speeches delivered Th. is house, was destroyed. The less sus-
during the day, Willis J. Bryan aiThsned by the railroad i s estimated .| 3 l i |M
brought to a close in this city tonight WOULD BE RAISED BY LAST at $6,000 Te fire then spreaed to I I
his latest tour. He sought to instill New York, Olt. 10.-Lord North- N ACKED two large stores, the potea.ee bull-
In the minds of his hearers the fact clffe, the head of Harmsworth Cor- IGHT, BUT THE FUND LACKED ing a reat market seoth of the i
that a Democratic victory this year orations, who. wns te London $7.50 OF REACHING THE freight house, which were totally
meant a return to prosperity. He did Daily Mail and thirty-fie other Enu- $0O burned. This Is Pwih eCe on Clo C A- /
not overlook the president in discuss sh publications. accompanied by AMOUNT. The J. N. Coomb's building was
ing the trust question, and read a Lady Northcliffe, his mther,Mrs. The donations to the school book completely destroyed, in it were the riBman To y Veri-
comlmunication from the acting attor- Harmsworth and Mrs. Algernon The donations to the school back completely destroyed, in It i.ere the r.-eyV--
c ommuncaton rom the acting States, Dor las(Pennant is lir, to take fund yesterday were liberal. The customs office and telegraph ofce. .
hey general of the united States, direct e- months holiday andincidentall amount desired by last night was not' The Tarpon's city freight lose. fled by Ch En -
whalch he interpreted as a direct re- o watch the electioninNovember. reached however, lacking $7.50 of containing a quantity at freight, was _
went of the government to prosecute t Personally I have come forma lit- reaching $100, which it was hoped consumed by the re. Just porth e neer Goethals.
a comeporation for oernmen t to prose te holiday, to ck on at election would be raised by that date. .this building were several thousad
a corporaint of trade. He att ts busiandto talk to old A rican friends.' More money is necessary, even at- feet o lumber aad a large barge y Ass- I Prss
ness in restraint of trade. He at- I notice tt some of the ter the $100 mark Is reached and loaded with lumber, both of which New York., Oct. I--A prediction
tacked the president, as he charged, 'Americani ev Sotpae s-msaler In The Journal appeals to the citizens to were destroyed. This was the pop- ade by Congressman James A. Tow- -.
for shirking his duty. Bryan left at ime than teys ued to ad I fancy donate to this worthy cause, and it erty of the Franklin Lumber Co "nay before the fire a derwriter as-
midnight for ncol. that not even have the reached th Is believed that they will respond. pany. On the east side of th ta & caistion of the northwest at a saeet.
r. Bryan spoke today from a pe- mit hat direction Vite paper The donations are now as follows: read several thousand feet of ahber, ag in Chicago that the. Pammti
cial train, which was furnished him must inevitably rie in rice. E Acknowledged yesterday .. .. $71.50 owned by the same company, went up e aM would be completed in six ya e
by the democratic state committee of vagance in the cutting down J. C. Pebley ............ .00 in smoke. at a towal Ost of $2=,MAW0O s
Missouri. fores, forest fires, andinei Lncreed Cash ............ .... 2.00! Kilbra and Parlia's general mer- shows to Col. Goethals emlef ~ a -
demand for the wood of the spruce E. W. Peake ........ .. .. 2.50 chandise store burned to the ground, of the work, wto Is attending aBAp-
tree caused by the growth of news- Chapel of The Journal .. 3.50 A d here the fire stopped. ing b me army buildingI her
PUaper all over te world, must have A. Cary Ellis ...... ...... 1.,00 Onedweing was burned and a ThaWs true," saM dhe 0 C6s.gL I-
THE L ll vnv geniuses canhep the situa- A subscriber1............$.0..n..eywipedoutThisiadtobet:y::::::: :S 1.MaT
THE WORLD I on by don discovering a substitute for M. Jacoby ............ 5.00 themostdisastrousArent'Ae hist. tee otwency41 SSSS110 tlo
-- !aJtoyof Carrabele. The burned district cost to be whet the ma g has
CHRISTIAN WORK my opinion many of your daily Total .... .. .. .... ....$2 covers a rea o about a mile. named'.
journals must reduce their size or In addition to the above a package .. l -,_ .. _
increase their price in the future." of books was doaeted by a subscriber. .. ,
New Orleans.Oct. 10.--lans to FIRE DAMAGE ENGLISH TEXTILE Un W, SINcJT M -J
lead the Christian endeavors of the AT TACK T S rKxiK S 'I'LED ,
world in membership and missionary A J SONA'j-xrU i -, A ,M
offerings. were put forward tonght a, to- -y Assela.ted P -s
the Yourng People's mass meeting at Mississippi Town Suffers Loss of 0- Iofester. .. Oct. l0.-Opera--
tion of the Church of Christ. An au- UasM Y5.. -Press-havete intin
dience f about 2.500 nUlled the Athe- Jackson. Miss., Oct. 10.-Fire today their dit enese with the cotton Or assct W a. 1 th report am tihe siUrf ai
saeum hall, where the meeting was destroyed the Benhart corner at manufacturers. both agreeing to ac- Washingtona Oct. 1 '-CebM d wo waich m d
held. Rev. Claude E. Hill. of Mobile, State and Pascagoula streets and four cept a five per cent reduction. The li_ F. Stewart has bee _ed Cal- ar -
national saerintendent of Christian adjoining buildings., the property of question of wages, however, will be o
EMdeavor, outlined the endeavors to Mrs. George Carlisle. of Dallas, Texas, taken up three months later for the from active service in the army am AL y. A- oa r redld the on.t -
Oe made. were awtLd. aA mlint,000. .aatinse oa r*e-agastmn. .result of President Roosevelt tedayV asaalUt a*1 *e i


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: $36 Added to the Fund

* For Bryans Campaign

S Pallwing is a list of those who gave to the Bryan and Kern
* fund yesterday:
* Citizens of Greenwood, Fla., by L. S. Peadea. ... ..... 5.00
* T. S. Michenor, Bonifay, Fla. ...... ................ ... LOO
$ Sent in By Hon. Buell Cook, Chipley, Fla.
SBuell Cook .. ...................... ... ........ .. 5.00 *
* John B. Clen. Jr. ..................... .... ...... 1.00 *
* N. Dekle ............................ ........ .. 1.00
* W. 0. Butler, Jr., ............................ ... .. 1.00 *
* T. A. Dekle, ........................... ..... .... .. 1.00 *
SR. C. Hrne ............. .............. ....... .. 1.00
SD.J.Jones.. ... .. ....... ........... ..... 100 *
* B. S.. Hancock .... .... ............................1.00 *
* T. B. Coleman ......... ........................ ..... 00 *
* F. B. Campbell ......... ............................ 1.00 *
* W. W. Cook .. ........ ...................... .... .. 1.00 *
* W. H. Grace, .... .... .... ....... ......... .... .... .. 1.00 *
* I- D. McRae. .... .................................... 1.00 *
* T. D. White. ...................................... l., *
* J. W. Callaway......... ............. .... .... ... .. 1.00 *
* C. B. Dunn. ................................... ... 1.00 *
* H. I. Wells. ...................... ........ .... .... .. 1.00 *
A- Itn V'.J1 t-l .... ................................. .. 6


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thewkof o aCs
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BM ^ union si,


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~WIUTN ~OHATR I
50 hwlw~ wid-en I


ideal fabric for Pull
S.it6at


We Aretha ress GoodsPeople of Pensacola


CREAM
SERGE
54 inches wide, wiry


finish,


suitable


make full suits, at


$1.50


'U


10Wm ;kUftUrON
BROADCLOTH
4 inches wide, in a
ful nine of Colors, to
go at

$1.50


2.; .. I I t


Mets Kid Gloves.
Paris at $1.25; Du-
berry at $.00; Misses'
Gloves, all colors at

$1.00.

Mc buys Women's
Ribbed Union Suits,
shaped and fleece
lined, wor 50c.

.3 cents.


Side Sand Percale,
yrd-wide, all colo


122 cents


We are showing all of the latest style Dress Goodh. Let us sell you the material to
make a tailored Suit or fancy Dress. Don't make the mistake of buying an ill-
htung, ready-made Suit made of last year's material.
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SILK PiLrriCOATS
with embroidered
flounmmce, rustling black
Taffeta Silk at
$7.00

SILK KIMONAS
at $7.50.
Brilliant Crepe Kimo-
nas at $4.50 and
$5.50.

KID BLOVES.
12-button length at
$2.50. Tan, Brown
and Black.


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OPENING SALE OF BLANKETS.
Rock-a-Bye-Baby Rlankets, at. .$1.39

12-4 Robe Blankets, at ......... $3.59

Mt. Herman All-Wool Blankets, $7.50

Alford 11-4 Scarlet Medicated
Blankets, at .................$6.93
Victoria 11-4 All-Wool Plaid
RlAnkets, at .................$6.69
Esmond 14ear-Wool Blanket,
white with pink and blue
border, at ......... ........ $1.69
11-4 California BRlnket, select
wool, at ...................$9.99
See big window display.


SILK Fw-ri1COATS
with shirred flounce,
made of best grade of
Taffeta Silk,
$6.00


Heatherbloom
coats, made to
the wear and
to go at


Petti-
stand
tear,,


$2.00 to $3.50


Women's


ette Gloves, 2

25c.


Cashmer-

-clasp, at


PHANTOM PLAIDS


Very stylish,


suit-


able for Full Suits, in
a full line of colors, at


$1.00


19 cts buys Misses"


Ribbed


Vest


and


Pants, fleece lined,
shaped, worth 25c.


19 centd


* Side Band Fleece
Flannel for Kimonas,
yard wide, at


15 cents.


I


U'


PEAU de CYNE
Sik, solid colors with
neat Adsigns, 18 inches
wide, at


$1.00


30c buys Boys' Shirt
Wait, made of good
grade of Percale,
worth 50c,


39cents


Ruben's


Infants'


Shirts, no buttons, no
trouble,


25 and 50c.


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Around Tallahassee
-ICW ~OP W RAPPRNIN- AT THE STATE CAPITAL*
fc^:.~~~~~~ ~ ._______ ________ fi


a TAahab sae MasaGl oabb held

SyMwP. agL. The eamstoi very



y" w ae nw perfected, sand
wili Mbir w.rk a terstt




St eue-ae .-t d Tesdayo ev-
eadsh W eekbe devoted to
Samd plaeeim, wereOpena ea

e: m hes the e s eof
r s to tMe theIWsmbes, each
Ws privTagat alseo to brian
b "eIes wll h arge
arianO l igrienM h madtt to
her two the meet-
St. a., but the concerto oWur

tdd In several of the

grt. IbTed Myers, the meeting
- Tmps night we e Very ta ftull"Y
S pimte ever by Mrs. L. A. Perkin.
i e:at the club. The oth-
are: Mis ara Came, Mast.
a a eatomr; Miss Gertrude Chtten-
Se secretary; Mr J. Marle BFrkinst
TMal; Virgimna Harda- y
L'amls &. aad Mrs. L. AL-. er, ,
Ig o"sON edaot.- an of who eX
e t feanuer, were presat ona
T I f the 1 va riou emiat-
bee h ta a to thae aira ofbt
At6"b ta m d- working oter. Oem-
Sbthe yer book sbttd
bees e 4t Sae tm headk b n
i IMr the nevIleeatig. and cnmeitt-
ten uasea l arrsagemeata reort-
larg perp rosaig. eft Thae ahs --
-TomsforOwebb g' n oius and
w : ;the SMwer eBMH Is tAh rosta
ad- the-a ette "Musica the mu ll b of
T b*%- eevurace and

talat of the city. both mall and
ai b to be foead amesg the meon-
anad It k expected that al per-
aok who are at al maseal and de-
=a l.f haveig their talent cutI-
a will *vmtaly 1tb. the club.
Mamng. the present enrollment are to
be, -ud skM-d orgnist plants.
vlta ss and cornet players, be-
ie" vocalists of a high order, and
s pleasure to anticipate d by te
mimabers. tres both their weekly
*-Ih and their monthly entertain-
A atwe of atthe idseason win be
a aeert given by artists from abroad
besp't Bre by the club. The as-
NgwhMtW hre ain Ibruary of te
sAel Nudsl Assoclation Is also
luo- forward to as a most delghtful
no a) event. Altogether, the Ta*ls-
bn-e Musicqi Club Is expected to
enthirua Tanfahmsese society with en-
ter sments. both leslang and in-

Mr. George' Greehow, who has
been spending several weeks in At
T-e f rivea af Jude and Mrs. 3.
IL OckrU an allad to learn that
theI MWe dauebter. lzabeth, has
s6 0 recovered from her recent at-'
tak a.1f scarlet fever as to be able
ft kme hornb. Tae family are ex-
S a to arrive In a few days fram
-, )t L IL C. were16 they have

Sfrm ther mum uer st-


Rev. Samuel Moran of St John's is
back again from a pleasant visit of
a few days In Jasoaville
Mrs W. V. Knott and children ar-
rived yesterday from Waynesville,
The iart mesibly Vesper Service
of tOe Woas's College aul be held
next Suanday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock In the ohapel0 Hereafter these
services will be as usual on the first
Sunday of every month. The follow-
Ifg program bas been arranged for
this first ocoaicE.
Orga PrelMae, "Pastorale." Kullah-
Best-Mism Tarbet.
Hyma-"Lord, wO come before
Thee now."
Prayer. .
"Larghetto", (Plane ad Organ),
Bdeetovn-M- Cimte. Miss Tarbet.
Hymn, "Jess saviour, pilot me."
Scripture Reading
'Lead Kladly Light." Paghe-Uvaas
-Muss Sarah YT. Cuae,.
"At TwilIt." (Organ Solo), Nevin-
Ryder.-Miss Tarbet.
"Adate," (Violla). August Wn-
helmj.-Mr. Hequembourg.
Hymn- "Blest Be the Tie That
Benedictio"
POtlude, "Postlude in E. fiat," op.
101. Win. l alkner.-Miss Tarbet.
On the afternoon of Saturday, Oc-
tober 3rd, the Kappa Alpha chapter of
the Kappa Delta Sorority gave an
at home-" t the K. A. fraternity
reams of Bryan HalL The faculty
4ad student body were invited, and
atost of the Invitations were ac-
The guests were met at the door by
the Kappa Delta members, and were
sown the rooms which were tasteful-
T decorated in green and white, the
olors of the sorority. The, color
s0eme was carried out nla the large
boutuet of white roses tied with
ree Mend whdte ribbons, presented
by the Chi Omega fraternity.
Mrs. A. A. Marphree, wife of the
medemt of the college, and a mem-
br of the Kappa Delta, presided over
t table where tea and cakes were
MItM Mabel H. Wheeler, the new
director of the kindergarton school in
the mnomal department of the College
for WoMea, began her work here last
Umuday morning. The college has
bees very fortunate in being able to
secure the services of so gifted and
experienced a teacher to succeed Miss
RubeL who laid down her work here
lat BUmaer in view of her approaca-
lag marriage in September last.
Mi8s Wheeler graduated from Fos-
tr institute, Clifton Springs. N. Y,.
la 1884. In 1889, from the Chicago
Ptee Kldergarte Aassciatlon, then
from the normal department of Ar-
M Institute. Was direrector of
PU School Kindergarten in Cleve-
land, Ohio. from 1897 to 1899. A
stadeat at Berlin. Germany, from
1 -1900; at Pestalossi Proebel Hans,
Berlin from January to June 1900.
Daritng the succeeding seven years
81 was director of the public school
teat Cleveland. Ohio. and
a student of the summer schools at
Ch"-tpxwe N. Y. In 1897-308. a
student at the Teachers' College.
New York. and at the 1908 summer
asMosw of Columbla University.
Japan's present population is about
59,0WA. The exact figures for 1907
are not yet available, but the estimates
IMt published are based on the aveo
t* Growth of tame last thirty years,
aad may be taken as fairly accurate.
Tay the estimate is that there are
4T.744 native-brn Japanese in the
tr led over by the mikado.
has M.3 *ustraaa- m and the
isles of-4he Pacific 70,0 and the
in"te Staft 981M. -....


ANN Ammft~l~hhd Im


The BATTLE o

Reminiscences of Th

By FANNY B. CHAPMAN


You ask me to write you an account
of the raid on this place in 1864, as
you can know so little about it that is
definite. This is quite natural as it
took place several years before your
advent into this world. It is now 44
years this month, and many of .-c
details have faded from my memory;
as you will remember, I am in my
seventy-ninth year, but the main facts
are still as fresh as it but twelve
months lay between now and- then.
The morning of the 27th of Septem-
ber dawned fair and bright over our
quiet town, and but few of the citi-
sens of Mariana had the slightest in-
timation that such a fearful tragedy
would be enacted before the setting
of the sun. In order to make it clear
why the battle was so disastrous to
us, it is necessary to make some state-
ments as to the troops stationed in
this vicinity. Four or five companies
of cavalry were encamped near here.-
two companies at Moss Spring and
the others two miles from town on
the east side of Chipola river. It
,will be remembered that all of our
coast from Pensacola to Apalachicola
was totally unprotected, and that
every bay, bayou and inlet was block-
aded, and the Apalachicola river open
to gunboats at any time. For that
reason, the cavalry was kept here to
protect the interior. There were
many large plantations and very
wealthy planters here who supplied
vast quantities of provisions for the
armies, and it was of great importance
that these be protected. These com-
panies were used as scouting parties,
leaving one company at each encamp-
ment, the others being sent oat for
two weeks' trips, watching the coast
line. It was at this time Capt. W. ti.
Milton's company were sixty miles
away on the coast, and another com-
pany scanning the river, and even the
colonel commanding the post was ab-
sent, that couriers brought the news
that a large body of Yankee cavalry
was moving in this direction. For-
tunately, Governor Milton was at
home on a vJslt to his family, and
hearing the report the couriers nad
brought, ordered the adjutant to send
out couriers in every direction or-
dering all men able to- bear arms to
report in Marianna as quickly as pos-
sible without waiting to form into
companies. This was on the 26th,
and was kept a secret in town lest it
create a panic, and perhaps this
might not be the objective point of
the enemy. All day and all night
those couriers rode. Early in the
moriaug of that fateful 27th, one came
in and announced it publicly that the
Yankees were within fifteen miles of
town. At eight o'clock the citizens
were called to arms and formed into
a company ready for service. Women
heard the dreadful tidings with
blanched faces, and hastened with
trembling hands and with hearts that
almost ceased to beat with very heavi-
ness, to gather up some things that
might be saved from the pillaging
band that would soon be upon us.
Can anyone realize the feeling ot
mothers and wives, of fathers and
husbands as they gave the parting
kiss to dear ones ..at morning; know-
ing not the fate that might be theirs.
Oh! it was a fearful time. At ten
o'clock the men from the outlaying
districts, and the two regular com-
panies, as well as two companies of
the home guards, were assembled.
Those not of the companies who had
been drilled, fell )n with the town
citizens sad formed an ambumacade
on each aide of the main street eater-
Ing the town oa Ve west. A few reg-
ular ofcers of the army were at home
on leave and were put in e large. The
cavalry was drawn up In line of cattle
at the entranee of the teow. I can-
not tell the time of waiting, for it
seemed like an eternity to as. At
length the colonel came at full speed


14- s3 ship Island, near New Orleans, some
f at Governor's Island, New York, and
S A others at Elmira, N.. S. ome lived
of N AR ANNA to get back. The Invaders lipped st-
.lently away about two o'clock Into e
t morning, so quietly that comparptTve-
at Eventfidl -rOc i ly few knew that they were gone unm-
Eve. nu...l O CC& til daylight on the 28th. Our wound-
ed were taken to private houses,
theirs to the hospital.
in Marinna Times-Couner One must pass through such an or-
_ .- _.._. - deal to have the faintest conception
; - <-< --- w- of the feeling of utter desolation of
that 38th of September. The wound-
about four miles In advance of the ed were to be cared for, the dead o
foe and orderedthe t roop to ret at be buried, the homeless to be shel-
across the bridge that spwe tered and clothed and fed. Negroes
wrong ride p had robbed their owners of aim they
the Chipola river, and make their could lay hands on. Husbands, fath-
stand there. There was some demur- era, sons and brothers were either
ring about leaving the old men and wooded, dead. or prisoners. It was
boys to fight alone, as they did not a community of suffering beyond de.
know of the order to retreat. but he scription. We cared for their wound-
Insisted on flight and the men cou ed as kindly as our own; they were.
but obey. They went full gal- some mother's sons or husbands, and
lop, Iut the y wre e close their women were kind to ours in
upoAn em. A n as te Advancnlag many instance. When they -er welt
o.limp- .was 4a .W.mof th. enough they were sent to AnderMsa-
the auen concealed behind buug ville, where they received at least as
and fces open ed. re whichh was. gentle treatment as did ours at El-
turned with deadly eect. The .ad- mira.
vance followed theyig confederates WhatA lacking here Mrs. Rosa
leavtg their rear o deal with those Gautier can tell you.
who had assaled them. Led by a de-
seorter, one company executed a flask UNCOMMON ACT
moment and came in behind the men OF CORPORATION.
in ambush. Seeing themselves over-
whelmed by numbers, as many as It Is oae of the most uncommon
could effected escape frdm the trap in thig fort an individual or a corpora-
which they were caught; sixty-four tim to furnish all materials and
were captured. Those in pursuit of erect a IMM9fcent house of worship
the cavalry were not very many, but and turn it over to a community in
the colonelrs horse stumbled and its entirety-without a dollar of cost
threw his rider, to the ground, and he to those who expect to worship their"
was picked by the foremost Yankee -finialshed and furnished from base-
pursuer, a prisoner. The others ment to steeple. But that is what
crossed the bridge and took up the the Jackson Lumber Company, of
planks behind them, as the main ioekhart, through the instrumentality
body did not follow; these employed of Manager W. 8. Harlan. have dome
themselves burning and paagfng for their people at a cost of over
houses. They burned all the buildings $10,000. Last Sunday the new church
from which they had been fired upon, was presented and dedicated to the
one of which was the Episcopal "spread of the gospel." The people
church. It was there that all the who are in the employ of this .com-
men who fell were killed and nearly pany are as a & rule, appreciative, and
all were wounded there. In firing the what has been done for them can but
dwellings they did not permit the be valued to an extent beyond words
ladies to take a single article out In of expression. Mr. Harlan is a very
their hands. Those who were killed busy man and one would think he
outright were chockingly burned and hardly could And time to carry on a
some even charred; others, who were benevolent work like this-but we are
wounded, were moved out of the way ______,_
of the flames by the Yankees at the -
request of the ladies who were soon
on the field. Let me say this to their
credit, they rendered us every assist-
ance in their power, going with us to A IT
the wounded and telling us what was
best to do, and protecting us from the 9
Insolence of the negro troops who
was in command, had his jaw broken "
and some other wounds. A young [
man.o ho was telegraph operator, was ,
,asked If he had sent any u0 -lges
for troops to meet them here: he told a a r*
them he had wired the authorities at 11 UrV
Tallahassee to send troops as quickly ... .. . . dw oa v
as possible, the last message he had -
sent before the batteries were taken S VWtest en O -t ee
out. It was fortunate for as that he b
disclosed the fact, fe- they began to
prepare to leave. That night car-
riages. horses, wagc':.; and teams were
all taken, there being but one old A C Tlniete
broken down horse left in town. They A Complete
carried off 64 prisoners and all the
negroes who would follow, and that A otU inent
was not a few. Gen. Ashboth was
carried off on a bed in a wagm, Oax
perhaps more of their wounded; they Of
left five or six wounded, and four of
them died within twenty-four hours;
and many of our men who were car- i IX/
red away died in prisons; some at JI V W NX


C ata r rh

sao"-a"nlot -



Hood's Sarsapar~libi
ft -10" quidam or ftss
ftiteM kom wGemodft. MdommOL
Dtm1a" ~ Joniced wof
we T48~ wbyn~uwa ws"
hinemam ma"d IeAbe Ms


CANDIES

fresh from the
4 acoy


Jemes McHugh
psae ,IftI" "ff


informed that he Save the entire work
of buildtag the church hbi attention.
Not ely are the people at Lockhart
proud that they have seh a man at
the head of affairs there bet this en-
tire community is proud of that fat,.
more especiallyin ln orala where con-
siderable interest has been taken In
the work ever since the foundation
was laid in August, 1907. The mind
that thought and planned out this be-
nevolent work is the one in which now
reposes a sense of supreme saatch-
tUon. It was a splendid labor of love
-well begun and well finished. Yet
the good that is to come of it al has


Just co9p-nms-. hut It will be de-
veloped and will continue to grow ant
spread leg after the enatmes nsea
bers that have worshped with that
howe of God ame an am, an It will
thm stand aAs =m=-wmnt to the will-
Ig earth. mind and hand that under
Dvtae gudance directed the plaoul
atof It there.-florala News.

A *lot of old n, sp
tied up in t nmdles fo
sale, Sc a bmdle, at TheJour.
naloIcs.


:L ST 20" 2- T;


Big Sale for Housekeepers at

KRESS
This remarkable sale begins Oa Meoday and continues through
the week. Lower prices were never give on suck high valUaes.
It'. the rarest chance we ever oc@red for hosewivtes to replace
things worn out or lost-from the trbat door to the back. Neces-
sites for the kitchen, d ainig-reem, bathroom; pretty things for the
bedroom and parlor-we have them .all.
The prices are from two to are times less than anywhere else
Ia town
We tell the whole story belr. The details are amaiag. but
every word backed by Krea bomesty.
Only the 70 "Kre6 5 and 10 Cenat" stores can give such values.
They buy by the carload where the small dealer boys by the case,
and at once assume a mastertfnl postiom In the world's great mar-
kets. They save all middlemen's profits by buyiJg direct. They
are contest with small-ldiTvidual profits because of a Oiat busi-
ness. This explains why they can give values two, three, four sad
often five times greater than anybody else.
We can please all customers at the sale, but the first one most.
Note the following Values:

Monday, 9 a. m.
Imported Japanese Antimony Embossed Trays, worth 765e.
to $ 50.... .... .... .... ...... 15 &
SPECIAL AUSTRIAN CHINA, assortment ont of
salads and creams, celery trays, c.pe and saucers
and etc. Worth two or three times-the price .... .... ....2af Sash
Heavy Nickle-plated Dripper Coffee Pots. A regular
75c. Item, tiis sale .............. .... .... .... .... .2. ah
Imported Japanese Work Baskets .. .... l Each
Imported Japanese Whisk Broom ldes..............1L a
The Celebrated "CHOFIN" Iridescent Olamware. Worth
60c. to 7c. .. ............................. ....ic. FaA
New Val Laces.. .... .... ............ .. ... 2 for Ga. and 5c. Yd.
Embroidered Laundried Collars Sells for 26c. every-
where. This sale .... ........ .. ..... .. ....16. Each
Special line of ladies WRIST BAGS worth up to $1.00,
T ils sale.. ... .... .......... .... .... .... ....25 gasO
50 dos. ELASTIC BELTS with square oblong buckle,
open work, and back piece, assorted colors. This sale te0. Each
SPECIAL SALES will be held daily at nine o'clock every day
this week. Come and secure the woaderful barges that will
be offered.
Tuesday-Parlor Lamps., worth$ L...... .....SO. o mtes
Wednesday-Stair and Floor Carpet, worth S5c. yard .. Ie.. Yard
Trursday-Large Galvanized Wash Tubs and Boards ..25c. Eash
Friday-Maple Center Table ..... .... .... .... ....290. Eash
Satinay-Special Caudy and Jewelry Sale.


WATCK KUESS, WINDOW -


CUT GLASS.


OCTOBER WnfmrNGS.
SILVER.


FOR GIOTS. .
The Latest Productio s Ftom the Be Factmli-


Gersons


ME CHINA,


WA,-


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Wm. Johnson & Son
-THE ans STORE.


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rktE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1908.


N.. s,-aAtW t hl l iile



S-- od a pI a with n lNord-HI I I L L

.u e r OshSo The 1 as n frW r at Pen-
RW SHO TI will he 21 p 1 .re- at HUNTING PARTY FIN S LARGE
:1 .. D .15 U f w W was
Sfor Fall and W i'ter 4 deWu~rat .3;45. L Last year. QUANTITY OF FAT DOVES NEAR
w, 8.and, realizing the de-. Ntsv "~l'o THE "YER PLACE-RE.... w.D
we have bogat Brgsly y e i aa miu-m for THAT 300 OF THE BIRDS WERE
this n s0e is 7 degrees and the aver-
ad a' lo w ibt- age ilmaa degrees. KILLED.
Stwo very pretty t es at left last night for -
..D ..- P--DBAL Texas, where he wIn locate. Shortly before 5 o'clock yesterday
SalPAI Bell Holmes, colored, was morning residents in the vicinity of
L An" r .$ted sandI cOsts in the recorder's Hyer'.s place, about a half mile north
S., .-" -court yesterday bringg for refusing of the Jewish cemetery, were awa-
.o WO 6 judge theycu to pay back hire. ended by the ra pid reports of shot guns,
0ild be htiger-priced if you * and it is stated that fully 1.500 shots
S-- T A force of city employee was en. were fired, causing the rude awaken-
tkem. Beyond a doubt gaged yesterday ia cuttina weeds on n*g
b t alue we have been East Chase street. The weeds have A private dove hunting party had
been cut to a point several blocks proceeded to the place in what they
St Offer for some time. east of St. Michaers cemetery, and considered an unobserved manner.
a4ds greatly to the pjwervnce of but when they fired a few shots they
S' that street learned that they had been watched.
__ A large number of hunters who were
S hJ NeKV D Ve~" Ce e S were docketed for not members of the private party also
M I o trial 1 the recoiWs coWrt yesterday went to these good hunting grounds,
S U aM @ nM moMBg. Nine of the defendants but they were not present-by tvlita-
Sr For Folks were found guilty, two were dis- tion. The grounds had been well
charged and Ia-e .. en .*--e to $29 "baited" by the private party with
12 Sou*th Pa X Stret were passed In the remalanf cases. wheat and rye. This caused the
.1 .... ....t.... *o doves to gather in large numbers and
Amos Coleman, colored, was tried the hunters on the inside of the field
S -- before Recorder' Johnso. yesterday anticipated great result from the
". morning for cruety to iuals. He -day's sport. But their hopes were
qy T.\, was faed $3 aed costs. blasted and they now talk of the hunt
| "I * In a manner otherwise than they
Will Ellis, colored, ebaqped with would if the uninvited party of hunts-
. belag a dangers aa d sappiwons men had not attended.
V" Atb f rtrY of IS city. ~charseter, wes turned over to the The uninvited party remained on the
County snuthorihe9- the recorders Outside awaiting the first gun shot re-
;.- o hmw4a ie a court yestel4ay mopmrn He is port from the inside. When this did
-? .charged with stealg a pair of shoes occur, there was "something doing"
St. * -frvom Joe. Lieata. every half second on the outside. Near-
4 ly three hundred doves were killed
S. W. uchard"Ma. 1 w .Ma, D r. Those. 8. Wtehbel hs been ab. by the unlooked-for hunters. They
I I a u-lasns visi too the city yes* sent on the a21 lst for 4 months in say that this is only a case of "they
the "Old CrekWa :t $" Sylvania. would rather be on the outside look-
*dtand returnis to hlj 1oa and tan Ing in than on the inside looking out.-
Rh-m maWW oai frot the teach- renewed in. bqanh s


* Led the Blue Rbbon bt Don't
The. mh Wfheie"W nod IneTheebesatt d with ..br. unknown
j w.le : ll Os f tha ho Second]e]tratar
Mm BU MS n noa w . rWitsoEIa W ORK I
-e -~~1he W.. J u l Minmeery at _____
Accepted a pdi waith Mr. Nord-
strom''s MWuhlr*y .6 at 11 E. In- ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF
towden-11a tree. -` trIdu-er and in-
vte. her afr& s aid former jpatronB YOUNGSTERS WAS HELD LAST
t alM o 4IGHO T AND THE WINTER PLANS
A .'. ou 'OUTLINED.
When wi s em m ? Here s -
-s ofl any' ew a P Ss s-rn w The work of the boys department
're. t-". t a -.. o the Y. M. C. A. opened last evening
S-.a with an informal social, when tue
.: oip .S 'i' t ii-ho*, scro members met V. R. Gilmour, thne new
-- ti d1,ey .t Oneo ou hscal director, andy l John Bradford,
Si The class schedule of the different
s ore divisions and the character of th.i
s tm i a M ed by Mr. Gitmour. T ecial em-
the .k ever phasis will be placed this year on cor-
weiteN hThOneaof ourentive and body-
R Iu dayoe s amples o n Monthly ath letter events will be
0 ,"the harness" club an organization
co a n md lack ou 1Re1 E -te> sanser. 'for members who are interested In
R *eal Eltats Tattet Cra running and track work, will have Its
sr am FOR Itte Ike N I .a t.e 1. 6" initial try out on Tuesday at 3:30.
y T@6s n@ weeesee eas e The work will be under the direction
S'tr the P asse Asate C o.: of Mr. "Tack" Warner, formerly of the
Yati - MR Ijsd New Orneasn high school, and an en-
ar a u y a thft c- ^thuslastic track and football trainer.
Sif e e a l of the me.cola Dwaent &a Con- in the other work of the depart-
O LL trUtUcto CA o., to MISeM Wklads-Lot meant Mr. Bradford outlined the plans
4, 7,. Lot 4, Bk. 110, Lt 20, for various classes and clubs, among
15, each ave Tct.-them Bible study, observation, check-
'Fall it er and ches, government, outing story
t Samuel ]Pasoos Jr., and Patillo tellers, entertainers, other fellow, etc.
Campbell to A. A. Fsher-Lot 3 ad wrk of the department will
adhered to TTme' 3 New City.--400 and other be lgely in the hands of the boys,
v*lubl el andiWilsn a it is exeted that the depart-
$2 TO $SL. 1. Brooks to D.Hale Wllson. mert will soon become self-governitng
TO. w 14 .N 1-4, Sec 18, Tp. 2.8. and It s e to make tte Pensacola
R. 31 W.--1.W and other consider- department oae of the strongest in the
ikms. south.
P H8 1 A lot of ald feWIpaperas refreshments were served by Mr.
tied up in neat bandles for pop'p, the oce secretary, in th
tare. a11H M t atl ^ KTh o-^ cafe, the prora concluding with a
ale, Ec a haea, at T eJour few stories by Mr. Bradford. while the
nal "" a is~refreshments were being served. The
Ia ^ eveningg was voted a most enjoyable
S.... ,,. -- one by the youngster;.

'S% r(b ^ tIN MEMORIAN. t
4,Ag l h1^5 RIsrt4inc PmUow Ramon F. Soto, Died Aug. 16,

I For is always
*1 Whereas, it has-- eased our Heaven-
move from our midst our friend and
S Our central station gen- brother. Ramon F. Soto, therefore, be
Serats1. T power twentyhat the removal by death of our
four hours a day and brother creates a vacancy that can


"every day in the year. never be filled and the members of
t the ry a this club, deplore the loss to them-
at t You may use it for a few selves and to the community at large.
minutes at a time, or day 2. That this club will ever hold in
Sweet remembrance the gentleness,
.. I and night the year patience and zeal displayed by him.
r1 U L dUUlfJ, around. 3. That we extend our deepest sym-
pathy to the bereaved family, praylag
C that even In this great sorrow they
Sh" 'I sMo Li"s*' You have only to put in may find comfort in the thought that
I- .he has goIe to that heavenly home,
a switch to start, and "Where there is no parting nor sor-
Hello, 32 pull it out to stop. row nor any more pain. They may
U, 3 pll t to Sto p. go to him, tho' he may not come to
them," and eternal rest grant him 0
A d your share. Let take the ponsi- Lord and may the perpetual light
Aa4 And ft sham t St i- shine upon him.
ability of supplying your 4. That a copy of these resolutions
__ ~be sent to the bereaved family, a copy
P OW be put on record In the minutes of the
St. Michael Benovolent social club
U o N TE Ll- and a copy be sent to the Pensacola
L Ur 0 J U LwtnflCII Journal for publication.
f4 Signed.
RUT GEO. W. COLLINS, Ch'man.
sPonsanola dectrc RUDOLPH HERNANDEZ,
TH P a k E c JNO. D PONSS,
Pepasse se. Mry an lw M N Co ttele.
S*S E It is now said that Sir Hiram
Makev of Lr JOK WWaM POr__Maxim has proved the fallacy of Lord
e Waite. Matrs ft L, oUt f Pm. Sos lyn's plan to break the hank at
Tuesmay. Main oWee, 9-11 W. Gardm at. Monte Carlo. How sad for the Iffe
A sU are work and ambition of a British noble-
Ot Twle man to end in disappolntastr Sir ,
t o D. WL t her. L Hwram ought to be more considerate.
Ianum~e 73 __ ,-Soringfield Union.
Ph.a~se -


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SALE


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All the Late Styles and Fab-

rics in the New and Popular

Colorings at Attractive Prices


Ladies' New Tailored Suits

New Model Skirts

Stylish Tailored Coats


Positively th(
ever shown,


e greatest values we have
and we will consider it a


pleasure to show them; whether you
-g are ready to buy or not. A A k


Silk Sale.


Black
inches


Extraordinary Bargains.


All Silk,
wide, a


bargain at .............. ....... $1.69


36-inch black guaranteed Taffta Silk,
Scial for Monday only, per yard .......
ot fancy stripes and checks in New
e and granite ware, also solid color
ne Satins and 36-inch Black Taff-
eatest ollection of bar-
offered at the price .........
nc llh Poplins, all colors. A very
andipt fabric for the price ..........


$1.19


98c

48c


Speial Dress Goods Sale.


Chiffon fmin Broadcloths and Satin Prunel-
las, in all ie popular colors, 45 and 54
inches wida special bargain, per yard ..


$1.19


Imported Tisie Voile Suitings, light and
dressy, in Pin or Dainty invisible checks,
and alloveriack Silk Embroidered, a
very speciavalue .................... $|.39


All
in


Wool Soqes, Hcuaiettas, and Batistes
all the pollar colors at .. ......


One lot of allool Granite Cloths, Pana-
mas, Mohairand Voils, worth $1.25, on
bargain count for ...................
New Raxboro 'annels and Side Band
Flannelettes, iithoice new styles, worth
19c to 25c, mo 36 inches wide. A great
-bargain at ..........................


59c


89c


15c


8c Flannel Outs in Checks, Stripes and
Plaids, on sale f. .................... 6 C

Special Sale oLadies' Pattern Hats
at about hall their 'e. "All new and sty-
lish Tailored Pattet Hats, that will cost
you double the pri4n a regular millnery
establishment. Be s5 to see the wonderful
values we are showibat $1.95, $2:49, $3.95,
$4.90 and ............................. 6.90

We are also swing a choice line of
New Veils, Veiting Ruchings, Hosiery,
Gloves, Belts and underwear, New Com-
forts, Rlankrets, Sh* and Bed Spreads.


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in our Men's Clothing and Furnishing De-


partmcnt.
Owing to the fact that our buyer suc-
ceeded in closing out several big lots while in
the market recently, away below their value,
we are in a position to offer you the most
tempting bargains.
100 dozen Men's very best $1.00 Mohair
Shirts. All new and natty patterns, a very
special bargain While they last your
choice for ................ ..... ..... 69c
68 dozen Men's very best 50 and 75-cent
Madras Shirts, all newest patterns, choice
of this lot ..................... ...... 43c
Special purchase of Schwab-made Men's
Shirts, at 25 per cent. off.
We were obliged to buy the entire lot
of 167 Suits to get the price. These are all
uitlUy first-class in style and work.la*ishlip,
in the newest colorings and black, and up to
the minute styles; and will go on sale to-
rioi tow at the following cut prices:
Best $25.00 Schwab-made Suits, made up
with real hair cloth and linen canvas, for. $19.85
Best $20.00 Schwab-made Suits, very nob-
by styles, newest colorings. Your choicesL-T
Best $15.00 Schwab-made Suits, very choice,
new styles. See the $15.00 special price
ticket on cuff. Your choice for .... .... $1190
Lot of Boys' All-Wool $6.00 Schwab-made
Tweed Suits, to goon sale for ..........$3.95
Boys' Wool Tweed Pants now on sale
at 25c, 49c, 75c, and 89c, worth nearly double
the price.
Special Bargains in Men's Pants and
Overcoats; also Underwear and sample
sweaters away below their real value.
We are also closing out all the winter
stock of Rlankets, Underwear and Men's and
Boys' Clothing, bought in the Friedman &
Co., Bankrupt Sale, regardless of former
value.
Men's Wool Suits, formerly sold for $7.50
to $8.50, now at ..................... $. 0
Men's $10.00 and $12.00 Wool Tweed Suits
now on sale for ..........................


All Overcoats and Cravenettes
to be closed out regardless of cst. Special
clean-up sale of Men's Wool Tweed Cots
and Vests, from broken suits, away below
cost.


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ya y r ds ....u...rClem', bsust &%my .. I
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Ofid orUs, al PrMISCELLANEOUS a
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allsbosom.Extra value fr fe TOe% 1111
OnUa f7 leachved. ya EVERY DAY TH-IIS CO"1MWFWEEK. 00068M c allibs.e,4enmsols
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Se eople Say:
'. e stsr ttem W to 0 anem, and asted feor rm etlemp

S WANT A CHANGE.L
I deU"it' luog ~n l Not toN1eth imto.' se eeleMkim, and

S- sed: WS WAI MT A CHANGE.
noet mr M Ittpedte ft Ida SIn Des DketanU ms people:
WE WANT A CHANGE."
a-at mewi aosied h people t of KmsI fer r:eleetai, and

W W WAnT A CHANGE."
stoeSr Hfeptil- VWit to tMe anmid asked for ra election, and
.e bl at the sblissas at flimem. anmuasd. *
"W WANT A CNANrE."
AkeaW J of the repuMl i of at MP Iw evn when asked

4 .Wft SMAT A. CleANt."


a -kasmem to spek, they ham. eaasey ifted their veoes, saying;
W WANT A ClANSELO
That imenmgit Is sweeplag the wsele uCOMtry:


"We Want a Change"


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'Bourt people in askg our eity ready
for the era of pregre2 s that will come
)m t to us.
we t"n large icMes Detot nna u brave fight for the
d IS 40"is y h rossfi r Lst aine t the champ sip series,
OW 1ft,.i Sm, and IaidFrmes, but just had to loe to the lavincible
-. l'-_" :---/. s ... cubs.
m o s-erin c- ad o rm yes .. ....... -
PUICAN LATPORM Marlg the esitry has been post.
-. pes by umalmms coament until at-
we elect United States Sena- t b w aB ehaMapnlhip has
W mhy direct vote. thau makmag tt bee decided.
Ift3. 1t met umsePmO wSe m."
1to e61e0 the atis threaMegh It ema hadly be etpaeted that ac-
o w Boomo? ioot e( I .d reoepta given
o"Mrat plam says ea. the Amersa eet of war ships by
VY" 4UPUN UCAN PLATFORM the Japs will be read with satisfaction
mt by Mr. Haa
Swe take the duty trust
inlltUes with arwtrary A tea at Detroit west to the ticket
in at aed t a the auieie with- w vpw at 13: Friday eight, and
1atr to laws a eagply an mde- toek eaudle aad playing cards for
,'L-S l mpetsr- having thus peande With him. This l about the
' thv" o T .?limit of eagsilasm la the national
IW_.,sratlep plaIman M11 yo6 10.
1 RB UPUDUCAK Pl4ttO*M ___

"'a "ommae tat be p d by JOURNAL MEN ON THE ROAD.
.4 hO W"atea gapretee t lto

- T-- ,-,li thus -rai OMJourna



.Ta" ..=. .... .. A .-96A..... I*OM a ru t w.
-'tU3 33JCAM M ue do at PaNma SIC at i4:10 p. i.



aWUT. I"v --- a l- mto t o thr a a oAto



y aar fo two hears aen ortoes
B ana i daugem e i M ta aew eotbleA
by the uae yO eU"ate emptS was' mpes dto afnd nso
-- .te ..s.Pu . . to te4 ~ at- ;t M o- a psr a d
S w lt mm t" e the e people of.
a ~e g emaev er we olns d e aiM nthe ean u-'r5-. Al this
]Oftie aweweb 0 ft iami mumilUhl-ty. m Although
be&"le tiOM -11 '61113 OW u=14 the ge at whieh tables begin
Whom a =A fnat WheR am. these t10 we l& oythis eOne eret and
grew I-- i a. l ttsl at ability not




Ss r- eTI nly i thek but to runty feet ar width,
SdemA ns ietatmag ywyes.an la !infa to nrisa the r does ofr
-- -Ua- aU-miP? ISmtlar le ngthd nmerepml, rema bank.
i. m m tw at, *laal attrattit e business
esl hlof iCMew unma ai Y a 5 itSothe hy anMd fIftyfeet In width,



pelillJBB utneserii i si a liuties for this city's enormous
lest. 1ipaiks of fah, six specially deiga
|e e cars betg under construe-
Tbt b v e nbe wsot er COarY ts the traffic, all dawned npoa
no rhr Mt of a distinctly agree-
thS givSing mesy to educate poor able surprise.
d L ~Aad every dollar will do: The confideace and courage at this
goe1. Let uas have at least a suma entit city's --aHat mew and grae-
eaat toiI at be plae t wsom an onir equaled by their
the -riofa't the ihnl bak ftn Td an take it. red it and braite It.
eolrmate of their know)-
St a few mere days t esaeC U WP.btti5 of a goodthiag.
wik. awe posbt e 0Vein sa w C.U.P.
palmW and ay lal yamwt One a tUe wos's 'eaewd inane
Ohb"i give amw to the baryn O UR- Ns that ot the gobar Ufot
__Ia- -oSe he. omi wy 1r -anwr m' -
yd l" rUmb i ankMd .t laPde

s e e m a t sl ad d 9 0 6104 s o* 1m2 6
66101Veentbe ls ewe~mmes.
Tsi wau Cat -s w take oeemwinb k "- U" a IS

se"Y UMebs hubos son that the -
>evrwedn yem sheW he ued y| o bbdcbeb for The JonaL


1AYOR OF IINuGUAM Oman S"PINtp PLAN FOR CIVIC'
WAMW~VMKsn' l


The following ftom "The OWtlsek"
will be of Interest to Penaa.ol.
and the same plan, or a better ome
f possible should be adopted in this

Tae mayor of irmnfsm. Ala -
baua, the HOiL George B. Ward, has
sit upon a happy idea for activity
mnUatlS his constituents in the beau-
flaStlon of the city. He is paromoting
tLh4 end by gettlag each block to
form a Uttle orgasatilo whome sole
business it will be to look after Its
own improvement. He beiese that,
to be effective, the movement must
be taken charge of by women, as, to
note his own words, "they are more
terested than men sad have better
judgment ia such matters. They
realize more fully their Importance.
The cumulative effect of neigAborhood
work toward attractieteds Will revo-
lutionise the looks of BItrmfWghWs if
persisted in, and there 11 so much
civic pride here that it needs only to
be stimulated and backed up to get
wonderful realts.' The by-laws.
which have been prepared for "the
block Improvement societies of the
city of Birmingham" are simple but
*ufcient. The purpose is declared to
be to stimulate interest in civie Im-
provement and pubilo ahalra; to en-
courage and assist the authorities in
securing cleaner streets, alleys, and
public places more parks, children's
Playgrounds, and boulevards; to en-
eourage the more general planting or
trees, flowers, and lawns, the im-
provement ato vacant property, and in
general to do all things that will aid
in the creation of a city beautiful.
healthy, and pleasant to live in. The
following advice, under the heading
"Do It Aow," is addressed to each
society:
PuB down your fence. The city
will haul it away and keep off the
cows. If you can't be induced to part
with It, fx it up and palnt It.
' Whitewash everything you can't
paint.
Plant lawns, flowers, and trees.
Wherever the ground shows bare,
plant something green in It.
fxereise the same supervision over
your sidewalk as over your front yard.
Sidewalks are te index of the kiad
of people inside.
Trim up trees which are too low
and which overhang sidewalks.
If there are any dead trees, around,
pull them up and start new ones.
Report anybody who mutilates or
ties a horse to a tree. You get half
the fine on conviction.
Plant a strip of green in bare
places along sidewalk. The city will
furnish street sweepings if aaul is
not too long.
Cut weeds always while young and
tender. It will save "on money and
please everybody.
When street or sidewa a is torn up
and is not properly repaired. "call
up" the mayor's office and give the


ame of party respousble.
*pwr an7 unsightly object "in
your possible it will
Dua t let yar do hark al aight.
Think Of you sas eghbor.
Call attatis of a you eeot to the
Idea of a "City B&etafl."
Eancorage yost l.dres to 1help
the good work along wa ratal them
to pick up papers, easn, ad other
rubbish wherever tod.
A few dimes sad lot etf enthu
si asm m detdrmo atfn wtil trana-
form an unsightly bec yard into a
little spot of beauty. :.
Sweet-peas, climb 3aturtiums,
castor beans, holleh or even suna
flowers, make eftive screen to
hide old fences, she or other as-
81sigtly views. Fbor ent screens
use hardy shrubs, quickly
growing vnea.
You may have a w -box killed
with geraniums, if yo cannot have a
grand yard filled wit choice roses.
The window-box an b ade at small
cost. The flowers wi ot coat you
twenty-five cents.
VERY SPECIAL-K sewer in-
lets free from trash. saves your
street from washing, keeps tCe
*ewer clean. We have e thousand,
and the city must have Ip from the
household.
The simplicity scope of
this movement are not he only sig-
niflcanct features of plan. lae
integst of Mayor War s worthy of
high commendation an general Imi-
tation. He has opened way to abat-
ing nuisance. and complishing
much in the way of public wel.
fare. As he but recey declared-
These block Improve ent societies
will not only maintain t add to the
beauty which has atly com-
menced to demand ration from
visitors and Is maki Birmingham
talked of throughout the United
States. Everybody d not realize
it but beauty I* one o be chief aI*
sets of any city-even en measured
in dollars and cents. ty Is simply
one form that wealth kes. Every
piece of property will increase in
value in direct ratio wi its own at-
tractiveness or that of i surround-
tags. It will also de rate In the
same ratio by neglect by proxi-
mity of unsightly pre s. Neglect
or lack of taste on the of a few
people in one neighbor will mini-
mise the good work o the oth-
ers. It is evident that e inertia of
those who do not care w their lots
look, or who do not wat to do
In matters of -this kind, ust be over-
conme. It can be do f each of
these organizations driw steadily to-
ward the following isile and inex-
pensive hints. The et will co$ope-
rate In every way posale when call-
ed upon.
The South is affordir many happy
civic sugmestionst, adnhls is one of
the happiest. r- /
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*TREASURER SHELDON NEXT l
* 95

Gov. Haskell out and Hermanu Ridr
der In Mr. Bryan has worked quick- ]i
ly. But who knows what Hearst may t
now say about Mr. Ridder. Who S
knows what he would say about an
archangel, if one were to be appointed ]
treasurer of the Democratic national
committee? And whatever Hearst
might charge, President Roosevelt
could, no doubt, be depended upon to
Indorse, so that there Is no assurance
that Mr. Bryan can now keep a cam-
paign treasurer a wek. But it is to c
be hoped that before the president c
goes after poor Ridder under the
Hears' leadership, he will attend suit-
ably to the case of Treasurer Sheldon y
of the republican comnirifttee. 'It is '
painful to recall the fact that Odell a t
few years ago forbade Mr. Sheldon's t
nomination as lieutenant governor of
New York on the ground that his in-
timate connection with some notorious
trusts made him Impossible as a party c
candidate. And that was before the '
great moral uplift of the time had got
well under way. Surely Sheldon ought i
to follow Haskell: For if the'governor
of Oklahoma, whose Standard Oil con- a
nections remain unproved, Is not good L
enough to handle Democratic funds, "
then Mr. Sheldeo, who was turSed r
down even by Odell. become an Inm-
possibl custodian of funds collected
in behalf of Mr Roosevelt's -owa- an-
didate. Let is be a clean sweep of f
the suspects around-Sprngfeld
Republican. e
P0
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THE COMING ISSUE. p
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Much is said about the disappear- I
ance of the cheap breakfast table,
though we could never see' why the I
breakfast table was uniquely expen-
sive as compared with the dinner or
supper table, but there is a peculiarity I
of the American table of the well-to-
do In that buter appears there three
times a day. It is a fact well known "
that American butter of the ehdidest
brand is sold in Eurt)e at from 5 to
10 cents a pound less than it can be
bought for in the country of its oMigin.
The reason is that there it competes
with the butter of Denmark, Holland,
England, Switserland, France and the
islands of Alderney and Jersey. The
butter of the Unlted States is pro-
tected in the markets of a nation of,
85,000,000 inhabitants where the tariI
has routed completion. This winter
butter will reach 50 cents a poaund
There is a buter trust octopus wc
limits the home supply, dean
whatever price it chooses and sead
its surplus to Europe for any priee
.will bring. la a country t of
abundant plenty than any other,
food is a thing of the p.st.
thing In the dining room Is
Tese are the oly awtiet
way. upom wbhih Ote Btea
taee. Ris butter, meats,
table, chairs, traits and
free,. and he gets them at a
price than they tan be be ^t
where in the weri0. O)m f
days the political essue wnl be


who have pat yo over the plate. 1
dA t want to be riamiding you coan-
tu1MNy of the *nIONN ; there t%
lse sell iosat atran eI
sebsulm e, and I shan't speak to you
abt lPOme againdur dinrg your ad-
etrMitt mon. There is a deserving
SfrtiMd of mine whom I should
to _ave appotated to the position
irly held by Mr. Purdy, in charge
of tat ures aof the department ot
juttee which is seeking to break up
my 1Mpeaay, deprive me of rome of
my uerty sa declare me of a vtI-
tMer r the law." Something analog-
0ous WetI have been the presence of
Harry Thaw two years ago on a com-
ittee of tes to collset funds and
promote the election of Jerome ds
district attorney.
"A minority plank calling for a sta-
tote providing for publicity of cam-
palga expendturee was thrown out
of the committee on resolutions by
a vote of 5 to 1, and was rejected
on the floor of the convention by a
vote of 88 to 94-Nebraska and Idaho
and rt of Wisconsitn and Indiana
favor It. The amount of Bourbon-
lam still. le"Ja the republican party
is far too large."-Collier's Weekly
(Rep.)


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POLITICAL COMMENT


Poor Mr. Taft doesn't seem to un-
derstand exactly what all the row is
about.-Brunswick News.
The republicans are now too busy
throwing a scare into themselves to
continue making fun of Mr. Kern's
whiskers.-Washlngton Pobt.
The Georgia branch of the Indepen-
dence party seems mostly noted for
its Independence of the Independence
party itself.-Columbus Baqirer Bun.
Somehow we cannot get excited at
tht New York World's imaginative
picture o fSenator Foraker fighting
desperately to defeat Taft and roll
up a Bryan majority in Ohio.-
Springfield Union
A Pennsylvania corporation offers
to restore its 10 per cent reduction in
wages if Taft is elected. Funny, isn't
it, the proposal to turn a Roosevelt
reduction Into a Taft raise?-Atlanta
Constitutkm.
The national Independence party is
serious In the names of some of Its
members anway. StL John, Temple,
Graves and Hearst, all taken to-
getber, should make a very solemn
party.--reenville News.
The Idaho state republican conveh-
tion turned down a demand for pri-
mary election or direct popular nomi-
nation of candidates. Some of the
deles tes didn't know what suc'i elec-
tions were, and no one was present
able or willing to inform them. All
of which is helpful for the continua-
tion of Idaho as an actual or poten-
tial pocket borough.-Springfleld Re-
publican


The r
tions in
ties to
death of
w iich "
session 1


%/ I on'a 00
ood, and it w !ik p the country the way
Ike an epidemic. storage sheep go conve
nd beef from .Eg tine and frozen cratse m
abbits from A will be brought publicani
n free, with butr om Denmark and is no d
reland, to r the outrageous electoral
prices that the st hare imposed on Kern.--
he very mean'f life.-Gainesville
Sun. * *

OWNERS THE
0 RJUBLICAN PARTY *

--- Wamhi
"The elect and subsequent death Fisher, I
Df Mr. Tafttould mean the oc- mit. of'
upancy of t White House by an of- national
Ictal fat-fryiwho has during several Washingt
*earsi past Proached, with deferen- tion cost
ial hat D1anld, the president or States m
treasurer ooest of the corpora- year is pi
ions in tlcountry. It was in the for the 2
course of is offlleal function that mission,
Iherman profanely turned down these Igl
by Mr. Hpman, with bitter denun- ecoaMmie
nations odhe republican party and other pro
reekiag ,ages for the head of te Prof. F
party these party and the head of tional Co
t has nceen grateful for the 82 0- for many
00 whli r. Harriman collected stadles a
nd gav 1904. Penrose, as one of mission r
he exev committee of a*e clans al
rhicAh I# do the actual work of tthe cmnider
epubliq -'paign, is an error of aa the ec
atte judgment but not a great tiou in it
al w. With T. Coleman Dupat sources o
f D re however, the ~ase df- The co
era. ong the combinations now has count
being uted by the federal goa- economic
emIlnI that aggregation of corn- the conse
own as the powder trust, feat thi d
Ur. t Is president of the $,- i-mma liU
00,0 Dupont Powder Company, dertakenm
ret of the $10,000,000 Interns- statement
Ion wder Company, and vice relations
t of the ding company, the era bid
De Securitle% Company which clyft as
a majority of the stock of the able dis
.& and Rand Powder Company. deaths.
pose that Mr. Taft. being sqc- Dr. Ptl
should be approached by Mr. economy i
Dt thus: "I am one of the ten man of tl
~ cluding Chairman Hitchcock. died" of t







MATTIN6S, RI


returns from the special elec-
Indiana to elect represents.
fill vacancies caused by
r members of the legislature,
ras called in extraordinary
by Gov. Hanley who was beat
ng ever with his party: for
be was treated at the Chica.
nation, showed that the demo-
ide big gains while the re-
s lost on their vote. Indiana
oubtful state.' The Hoosier
vote will go to Bryan and
roungstown Vindicator.


LIC HEALTH
ANO CONSERVATION *


igton, Oct. 10.-Prof. Irving
the eminent political econo-
Tale University, who ia one
ipers before the recent Inter-
Tuberculosis Congress in
ton declared that consump-
s the people of the United
Lore than a billion dollars a
preparing an exhaustive report
National Comnervation Com-
which will contain not only
res but similar data on the
loss to the country from all
eventable diseasesm.
Fisher is a member of the Na-
nmrvation Commission and
years has been carrying on
long these lines. The com-
received letters from physt-
over the country urging it to
the bearing of public health
omic efficiency of the na-
s efforts to ascertain the re-
f the country.
mission from the beginning
emplated reports on the
aspects of several phases or
ration movement which af-
ilratlon and effectiveness of
te, but Prof. Fisher has un-
to prepare a comprehensive
to the whole subject of the
of public health to the gen-
Of conservation, and espe-
to the waste from prevent-
eases and unnenecusary
ber Is professor of political
at Yole University and chair-
he "Committee of One Hun-
he American Associatioa for


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: Attention Democrats:

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* The Bryan-Kern Clubh ot Meabla ceO ty has perfected perma-.
* neant organiuaao and the name of every democrat ahold be upon #
* ts membership lit It costs otiMag to Jols but the presence of year *
* nam -a the rll will be a valmble mest et the club for the reason
* that the U prlmA obect of tae oR"aalu 1o Is to roll up a *..-..--A.
* democratic voe n the coming *eetiet .
* If youa wiO MN the membership coup fond below and mail *
* Cte same to the secretary your name be placed on the member-
* ship list.
* Hundreds of names are being added tothe membership list
* each day. Bend in yor name.
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* Wn. C. Moaroe, Secretary BryanKewr Club,
* Box 484. Pensacola, Fa.
* Sir: I am for Bryan aad Kers. Please enroll me as a mem- *
* ber of the Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work aad rote for Bryan and *
* Kern in the coming election.
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the Advancement of Science" which
has for a long time been carrying on
propaganda for the increase of nation-
al health through the elimination of
preventable diseases. This committee
of One Hundred is composed of physi-
cians and men engaged in active so-
ciological work in every part of the
country, and the results of their In-
vestigations and experience are all
available to Dr. Fisher, so that his re-
port ought to be the most thorough-
going and complete summary of the
situation ever made.
At the Tuberculosis Congress, Prof.
Fisher declared that 138,000 persons
die of consumption every year. The.
cost of medical attendance and the
loss of earnings before death average
at least $2,400, he said, while if to this
is added the money that might have
been earned with health, the total
loss in each case is about $8.000. He
pointed out. also. that the disease
usually attacks young men and women
just at the time when they are begin-
ning to earn money and cuts off their
earning power for about three years
on an average, before they die.
This subject of the economic value
to the country of a general raising of
the average health came up in the
governors' conference at the White
House In May. Dr. George M. Kobe-
in his speech on the "Conservation or
Life and Health by Improved Water
Supply" at the conference presented
figures which showed that the ce-
crease in the "vital assets" of tme
country through typhoid ever in a
single year is more than $350,000,000.
Typhoid is spread by polluted water
largely so that the death rate fron,
this disease can be directly reduced
by the purification of city drinking
water. Dr. Kober quoted statistics to
show that the increased value of the
water to the city of Albany. where tae
typhoid fever rate was reduced from
104 in 100,000 to 26 by an efficient I.M
traction plant, amounts to $475,000 a
year, of which ,60,000 may be con.
sidered a real Increase to the vrtal
assets of the city. Census bureau fig-
ures show that the average annual
death rate from typhoid in cities wita
contaminated water supplies was ru
dueed from 64.4 per 100,000 to 19.v
by the substitution or pure supplies.
Dr. Kober cited estimates showing
that the average length Of human life
in the sixteenth century was between
18 and 20 years, and that at the close
of the eighteenth century It was a
little more than 30, while todhy it is
between 88 and 40-indeed, the span
of life since 1880 has been lengtehaee
about six years.


DEMOCRATIC TICKET
NATIONAL.
For Presidental Electerea
H. P. Bailey,
P. W. Butler,
Robt. E. Davis.
Geo. C. Martin.
Samuel E. Pasco.
For Congresuman:
J. Walter Keheo
D. H. Maya.
STATE NOMINEES.
Gove. ir Albert W. (Ollehbrt.
Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw.
ford.
Attorney General-Park M. Traw
melL
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
State Treasurer-W. V. Knott.
SuperPmtendent at Public Instruetie
-Wm. H. Holloway.
Co..6i4asioner of Agriculture--. E.
McLan.
Ralirad Commiaslener Woyal C.
Justices of the Supreme Court:
WAL A. Hooker.
Thoe. M. Shaekleford.
COUNTY NOMINEES.
C. L. Wiggins.
J. P. Stokes.
Sheriff-J. C. Van Pelt-
Clerk et Court-James Macgibboa.
County Judge-Henry Belltger.
Tax Asseeeor-W. W. Richards.
Tax Colleote -J. .& Roberts.
County Trmsmursr-J. Wd. William.
School upertsdsnt-N. B. Cook.
County Surveyeor- -
Justice of the aPme, Dist. 2.-R. L
Constable, Dt. 2.-C. P. Bobe.

Political Announcemnts.
FOR SW W IPP.
1 hereby announce s m miiae ate
for the meeofs 8heru a(.IofabI .
ty. aepeadent, S tebe eS lStn
to be held a ad lt the
VetM of ail Wlir. 1j& OSnut
CAPT. FANK A. UO&HICH.
At the smisst lita nsm both
city and county, I ea m mnyeli
as a candidate for the o.I* o( Sftrir of


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The railroads are fighting Mr. Bria-
tow for United States senator. Well.
the railroads have no choice between
Bristow and Farrelly; they are both
good men. and that kind the arilroads
don't want.- HolySiu, Banner.
We note that Li Jum Ling. a noted
Chinese editor, is traveling around
the world. The first word of the
Chink's name would Indicate that he
has at least oe qualification for his
Job.-York Dispatch.

Since Marie CoreW has declared
all Americans insufferable it is up to
every Americ.a who has a desire to
fall upon that esteemed lady's mo to
restrain the lmpulne.-lauisvfle Couer.
ter Journal.
Although Jolhn W. 'Gates as gold
finger bowls for his table, he is not
half as happy as many a man who
goes out after dinner to the back
pump to wash off hise hada ad chla.
-Chester Times


Mr. Cortelyou may have missed a
chance to make some Xole in the
New York convention, bat he knew
better than to buck against the saw
when It is bu ng-Bridgeport Post.
Major General Fred Grant can-m
tinues to lead ot ia all the test rides


toin a =Doe a
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MpliNi a 86N oet *on&
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In fact, any and everything for the floor of the hall, living room, parlor, dining room and kitchen We
call your attention to the quality and pretty patterns of our w.axf.gs at 35 cents a yard, laid frt.. Lim-
leum for the iritchn, fine quality, for the remarkably low price of 65c a yard. And, our art wua for
the living room and parlor will likewise astonish you in ch1eapoae for their very superior quality. The,"
too, there's the additional incentive to cover your floors inamuch as ym an pay for it wlile ting.


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. Y iab itb we are eastawa
we have eae" is sait erl ?.
a"tere saeBo be a of water
sad seo=* #mus" "
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Thm YoEuk to"spra4 a napkt in
Ame~aub I"nd elped baher geesemus-
ty. '"Yoe I eo mketch ing?"he v.o
te. -lInag downa at her tdrawi
"Yes, a tile, the marsh and mte
slopl5a"Ig beyond with its masses
of 0e0ar sd ine. Woul you Y lke
to wee itr a sha Amelia trankly.
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na Vme s a e she hastL I If
b* t;v. .. swe
Us tf s we .ta m- .
Tow Y r uetch is. we Sam a'
-wy, -tg the b0t e =
When the last cratdb e of mand ok
h ad L Avaea.ski"he *I
teantedly. "That was -the nost df-
sea mea I ever e *t, sM "sM grarls
"Aunt Tem is a aemn 6o0*, .So
replied uarelesly, as he eMt Id to
napkins to the basket.
"Aunt Tom!" rpetsTm AAMla Bhe
seemed to stiffen Aer his look of
aid suarrise.
"Way not? A maan T a eavet -
A"t ThebaaJ a- say be set?" AA ,
sa flashed at hea misehews lokt to
his gray reyes.
Of coonurse," he mSaid wTh reserve.
"eMly, you see, I have an Aust 'tbM,-
e sna, too!"
"Not an Aunt Tom eForeet, arl be
bound," said her compik-
"No-but an Aunt Tom Verset." a-
nounced Amelia. haughtily.
"Oh, by Jove! A great ast?'*
-So's mine. Then wet to school
with you! You remember Donaul
Worrest?" he ased eagerly.
Amelia arose to her feet amd shook
the saNd fOm 'her white skt. ahA
looked very young sad lover stand-
tag there in the brilliant October
sunahlne, with he isblue ay rooted
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We are now ready for you. Beautiful creations from Eastern markets are
here awaiting you. The latest styles and make. We are going to make you
prices for Monday that will prove irresistable to you, for they are the very
latest arrivals in our .an-oth stock and we are pricing theman to you at
greatly reduced rates. Garments made in that distinctive fashion so character-
istic of the READY-TO-WEAR STORE.
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SUITS ATTRACTIVELY
PRICED.
It is too early to cut prices in this
line, but In order to stimulate trade,
we will offer Monday 35 Suits, all
wool worsteds and broadcloths, ele-
gantly lined and trimmed, 34-in. coat.
Regular price $30.00.
Monday, $19.75.

CRAVENi-r"iJS AND
SILK RUBBERIZED
COATS.
Our line of Cravenettes is very
large. They are made of best crave-
nette cloth, but look as dressy as a
dress coat; 60 of these coats, worth
$12.50.
$7.50.
25 Silk Rubberized Coats ,the util-
ity coat for both dress and inclement
weather. Regular $22.50 to $25.00.
Monday, $15.00.


LADIES' SMARTLY
TAILORED SUITS.
2 Long Coats of good quality black
cloth, semi-fitted, trimmed both back
and front, these coats are worth $12.60
Monday, $7.50.
40 Tailored Broadcloth. 52 inches
long, comes in tans. reds, light greys
and blacks. semi-fitting. elegantly
tailored, worth $20.00 to $22.50,
Monday, $15.00.
SILK NET AND WAISTS
SMonday we will place on sale about
a hundred Silk and Net Walsts, the
very best quality of Silk and Net, In
all colors, also white and ecru, elbow
sleeve, were sold formerly as high as
$8 and $10. Monday. $ .G
TAILORED SKIK1r
50 Altman Voile Skirts. elegantly
tailored, trimmed with taffeta and
satin bands, regular $10 and $12,650
Monday, $7.50.


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gaining from 10 to 1 yards, 30c grades, per yard .. .. 2c
6all 0 3x $2 value ....................... $1.38
lwool, sim36xT, $8.0 value ....................... 2.50

all wool O.xTS M$ value ........................ 90
gs, e 36 ,$5.0 value ...................... 4.00
gs ght patterns, 30xM ..................... .... 1.25
-Rug, bright patterns, 36x72, $3.50 value .................. 2.50
i f. valu ...... .......................... 1 00

OI& I. a Ra gs $35.00 value ....................... ....... 22.40
S 0 We qpar $1.00 grade (not laid) ........... 5c
TfIse7c value, (not laid) ...... ................... 50c
piecesrinni4^arns containing 10 to 25 yards, at half their actual


LACE CURTAINS.
E TIRE STOCK OF LACE CURTAINS AT ACTUAL COST.
a Recd to $1.75 $300 Reduced to "
.. Reduced. to $1.25 $3.50 Reduced to $.50

ithe-visit to the Carpet Department stop and buy 10 yards of 4-4 Fitch-
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Spaces Plaid Dress goods, 0Oc value .............................. 40c

lo we advertise special daily sales. If you want to save money cut this
out and bring it with you.
IT Mday we place on sale 15 dozen Ladies' Glace Kid Gloves, 2-button, in all
and black. This glove is sold by all the large New York de-
S stores for 79c, and it is our price .......................79d
TburiaI, Special Sales in Ladies' Muslin Underwear.. 25c, 50c, 75c and
Slots. 100 dos. Children's Muslin Drawers, sizes 2 to 8, per pair 10
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~for Men and Boys, all 82 Fleece Shirts and Drawers for Boys,
T -Men's Fleece, 75c per suit. 100 doz. Colored Half-Hose, 20c value l5c
n y,. s0 pairs 11-4 White 1-2 Wool Blankets, regular $2.50 value,
pairs Slka aline Coafoab, $1.50 value .................. $1. u
dos. Ladies' black Herz-norf dye Hose, fine gauze, a bains,
SdIes. Misses' Ribbeda ies 5 to 10, regular 25c quality, this sale 19c

A ,LE CASH AND BEGINS AT 8 O'CLOCK.
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cral *Ad i qlike a lad I minister of foreign affairs, she will .*- "'0
tragedy she looked down at ll II* L bow to the accomplished fact and her | .T(AN. I
l.l IIll. r answer in this sense will be delivered M I ''AN.
tlle remembryhe UKUUL to outer a the AtC ottran T ht.-doeFJt
I4 bloon ast to.. -i--k for "n n me, e oIamba ssadori hemtroday.sC. o
asi coldly. It also 'en a M e ber the e The Russian eBlack aR st waxs see Te .
eay ld. lVernet sa NS mobilize ed some te ag or regua ga a ..
to a trre r gly. t have autumn maneuvers. ltpecial orders it "
partakes of lunchsair, and I A will not be necessary to proper for :
than you 4 your .colr eyou. Y O" .. .eventuality but no oeeloa for the Ken diUapolitaat was auS
wl cr e n l11 I.re.. rn to my employment of the Sfleet Is joreseen today with th people who had beea
4aebe-,- to h A LS-" ,fUI/ l i here. Considerable work a been m ang prepra s tor the pfo
nsI na tooe t e w ll done In bringing up to date the equip- a a by l. Albert w.
n blood to dark II e -U I UI II ment and me il devices o the erist ands Ha jiohn S. Beat bwe
hiead. tehel s f eyes T larger v vessels, but this was ordered bothearly t
e to e JVe hearing -- before the present Balkan crisis do. of the gentlema showeduand a sp
OWL h.lU01to611rhoweedbup.oAn reL bot tr a seen scam n el,
tas d ma ner.dJam. A No f -fa indfin tey ._ Jr a to wl Wo
-"rest i sourteous t0,naii Aor N or re Can Regl.ter -F or E N re y and la W llmkir
e B I wi st S nou _,.YSENTIMENT FOR C. C. Ingram aad Gus Wflkisaoa
eng y. Iow.il o intrtA upon you came In this a. m. from a Ig
longer Hpicked pban S the p th General Election WAR IN SERVIA rc a.the ris a som pleAste t
ket, a", With __-ow. waapear- 1down the river aV Asuppned tMe tow
Wd e ,o aNe. Berade.Ott 10.-Te eztraordi fe trout bream and cat ftLs.
es mandenl, a *,r ea e .- November.r .&la e. Oct. 10.--The eOh Mr. .at a prominent me
Amelia gat dSP6a agalb, 'fhing very nary session of the gkup'1h#'"e, or "a"- chant ofhCobb, iF..sInItown toWda
Stall and mesa. t as-q- evident- tonal assembly, summon to deal on business. - -
that the heir of trhe house.1 o orrest r
would Shave gnoe t the f if she ThE BOOK8 WILL SHOW THe with the existing crisis. was opened Miss" M Ile TppiN of Aubw..
the last, save one, of the Vete had LA EtT REGISTERED ERO ec itment. The sw ees of greaim t Laurel Hill isiti.ng M r. e amle
chosen to overlook the anti hat .o.t excitement Th warlkte se ent s"rep l"ed om o d .
had lasted for 3ty long y". VOTE P06SIBLY IN THE HIS- of the delegates was very noticeable t" toy. ........
-But Amelia Vernet was Vi Ian to sand ths spirit was ivewa expraesl Mor rumr are loat elaie to
the core, and although she r r real- TORY OF THE COUNTY-POLL by the prompt. election to the presi-
1 knew the canes of the Irange- .. .. .... ..... ency of the assembly of Profesor Operation their saw mi hat ee
1mtt between the two fames, she TAXES ALSO *EMG PAID. Joranovits, one of the most prominent been standing idle for more tha
had loyally nursed te tradml. .. agitators in favor of war with Aus. year a t thisplace. No oneW stse.
And here wa4 & Young MaeUst of tri a-Hungary meat has been given out yet, b"
the Forreswt, as Amels wamut of The registration books, which have The Austrian flags were burned by from the fact that several promine
he Prest, as Ameliaof Theygistratiom bnoksO which have- b.o e r A&e
the Vernets. and they must nry on been open for the past two months for a mob in Theatre square this morn- usiV.sa men of other tolaoee he.
the feud. Amelia sighed Inventar-i the registering of parties qualified, a g. beenosr stretst oteteni
lyor she had liked the yo man were closed last night by Supervisor CHILDREN CALL THEIRu MrJ rv e. l ..l r
who had been away so ong. who of Registration Goss. and no more . .. vi -- ..
must have recently returned n es will be placed upon the books FAT R FROM TRIAL s both traveling men from
There was a loud of r this year. The supervisor will now w e hoe mesr hntv
Ifldi were here yesterdlowPmerchants.
md & sudden darkene. oftsun. be kept busy until the general elec- Indianapolis Jury Listens to Tales of ProfJ JM T. a-ond left this. .._.
S looked ty at tion ing the many new. names to Alleged Murders hles and Ing for Milton on business.
~illbatenin l S the various precincts, and the work Is Acqu Hin. Mrs.. +r Tuer I. ,18
WMrwas a vivid flash of prbl the heaviest oT this kind Acquit m homer at. r .Te A.,utis
Ae turned and fled ever before e experiencld. -5v af t ei Ala., tAhieas en a
aLt. A boat was putting Ofn SLce the books have been open I a t.. Oct. 1 0- he h to d .i Mls. w i-
h minlUa d Sa rs -- large numbers ofneoes have regis- Ilodin 'o lrnd.u O dcth*.r- te gurrestt. er d btr Mr" Wll
Ing It. He. tuned at Oe of termed and for the past week there has M. ron county grand jtry dsharg d M ur Cat.wrlt an old m
A/mela's flygS aP not been a single day when the office ranked, who was under arr espected colored woman died last
hasI signaled a ._ta, $ not been filled with negroes at ....... .... lhlxg.. ......e .... -
V lt._" h d, ltell;. nearly all hours who desired to regis- carg i killing g h wife In order n from a lon ad pal,- ill
you as wrewherever Y w ter for the approaching general ele- to collect insurance. -. *.
yoS do not rlik the drenching taL It Is probablethat the books Yesterday afternoon ranked s eight
is ow -" in" will contain the largest number o yef ar old son appeared at the r.-and VERY LOW WATER
Lslia blushed Utely. "Of e, ngroes ever to register In the a- jury door leading his baby sister AT LOUISV TTT M
f to not object." she said with tory ^ the county. aged 4. He told the toreman they A UIVIL
ant. The negroes are also paying their had come to ask for their papa. The y Asft e, pV-
The drenclhi.ng came ,efore poU taM a order to vote in the children were In the grand Jurcy room wrIin tegt. --. r
reached the mnlahng d. Amela coe l ection,'and Tax Coletor Robertsesome time. The evidence st .Louisville, Ky., Oct 1. Ob-pa s
I ithen f tAhelat, scosequenad Tax Collectving his hroe of b rts ankel, It Is said was not conviacng. first time In 20 years "u"v-flW is
iorrest removed his cost., and. work to do i& issuing poll tax re- The 09 encamment o the U .lted entirely of from packet serve w t
ot ber pretess rew It. over her ceipt. Spanish War Veterans will be hold in Cincinnatt on account of low water.
sah uheayrea. de 11 iTacoma during the Alaska.Yukon- When the oinsvlle and Clacinat
At the landing & ancient serviBal a1n 1 OWertSAre Pacific exposition at Seattle. Last Packet Company took the Kentucky
w seeking Miss Veret. and he h NOW 0 Verge of War Mth the first cmp a U. L. T. V. out of the running today It brought
vied s young mistress into the hn Alaska was ore ansed in Fairbanmks. about this almost unprecedented oao-
St -twe She acouldM p rly (aCentien-- .- p.) It started with 60 members. Another ditlon In the history of .avigtlo.
Donald Forrest I- I. ,,,. a n d b., .t s to be organized at Nome. Both the Ohio river.
o"r -- lIa,' MiA. Me y t- -- be--m to alarm will have delegates at the 1 en- Lousville has been without ervi"e
w d 'noat 'I M pa _____p .ca.mnpment. with some points for several weeks.
Mnbled Uncle Aaron, peevishly, USSIA WILL NOT .... TI_!"
A week later Amelia stood 1 t. OPPOSE AUSTRIA
b! wn October garden amsen som P
late popes. She looked pensivel St. Petersburg. Oct 10.-R-iia IT I1 V WR GOOD1
over the stone wanl to viere the hba decided not to oppose the annex- A wll siVER G
sparkled and dimpled In the Hnligha of Bosnia and Herzegovins by
There was a quick step beside he riy. Without in any way F'_ a d B *
aad she looked up Into Donald Oving the action of Baron von ForS -- -B a stomach
rest's smittng face. that, the Austro-Hungarian When the stomaeb a"d other digesive orgeas arne
o your Aunt Thou-ztas'Lb" he Lsaidre- are fenw am f rwe help VMS- S
Card= toBdp do u IO te-ll you that 16 -- Ii-and get a beteeof
Awn s stared. ,
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risomed up the camse a the fmeud
sa tind that our puatVgrm tlb-M--
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SUIAC MaIAL MTrATi, ,MNTAL AND IN:RANCKI AQmINT
dfto ag. ed Wet Zarrar t seoseed forH












1a S. Geil i StG Pgome Ne. H.*


WANTED.


I FORM&LL


Drwaft*n-*'FOR SALE-LEAVINQ THE
Svni-. i wAhu PCEMIANNTLY WILL SELL
Suoe WW "ruMRES pOR CASH, F
to m d tLA(a et- A FURNITU. ANT
p^ryioiillrrtt- WARDOSA HOUSEHOLD G0
r n TV PTC. P. STONE, 3.
Mo C S CHASE ST. Uoct-
0.m 7g r IVA *A jraO.., Park Poultry
aew tph sreet mad am atoen N


* o -KR, BAL -A tow choice cockere
.av&. ]Pos- .s R-k e Bit o landa Bads. Whit
r hAo, -- t H -aAs ad Black
SWB'sbhma. to each. Can or
wrotor-
we-7 r..- af ..ssl wMn. W. P. Reed. 5 -N. Barcelona

-. - mkiwse Albuea Box


m0l., WG.


- tfftJW ~t 0y 19-
- me wk token.A&-
0.55 4bMML eemaw$
elk I-Msmw n fg
Iwo~ .-@Uk
v wtheSo" tiso to Gtb


Sledars dse
d& rank W. -wen *m no



O lOMnma Phooe 19. awo

4111. do8 37fan e. naept
I#WANTWNAis make y our utoNcOls ow
~mike rganig.lloyed M a.es09

ast "Pa~ e 01*mast
end ~uinhjss Delivredts L~s
Meat arkot
w ArZD-Mkinds C ofoeead-banad
te m 2 to us; ship them to
e us; wit to usa. a r
5Etimoin*Aleanin streets. T1-igheao

we e= a. 6 M e l ln C --O. st
ES Rset V. -
W think K bIstime to "tu omlmos


"o ir wN
S*miutmes.
Mgem


BOARD AND ROOMS.


OM NEWLY URNISHED FRONT
Mengln private inially for meOr two
S, r couple. DesaaMe nh-
anid on oar pine. 42W. 0T

NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT BOOM.
s9t#eMs spa ureh prate JfAml. Ap-
111111W. Geweroamnt L soUt*
rIUD-TOt IM tarnsh board AnM -7w000
"yonw&g sn. 41 2Ast Chsie St.
Iloetlw

MS 3 aenade.ela St.
PUKI8BED ROOMS by the ty. we-ek
or math. Apply No. 3 PCi. oxSNL

TWO CNEWLY FURNIHED ROOMS for
lagt hBmuseing. Apply 014 JLac-

X RNT-Roome suttaMb tle r light
p corer --Cervantes
g" ordia Streets. P e1457. octLm
FOR RENT-Two completely famished
roe.'.. suitable for ight housekeeping.
UM of gaa.bath aad VbQCeL AARMYIn
morninAg. Phone 122S.
NOR SALE ADS. always bring results.
*ot you try The Journal's Want
l? re"y ar do wmagerf l thwse
"hr people end why not yeo?
DOARD AND RIOOMS-LarXe house.
,,leasntly and centrally located. $19
Wlenmarde St. Msept
TWO UNFURNISHED rooms, dIso ia;
-ood neighborbood. Apply 4= EMat

M RSWNT--ComfwrtaMe furnished rams
Wih see and bath. one block from Pala-
gif WWtO. 0no W. Che St. L eptIms
WoU n aET-Faruniub. or w fat e
treat oeem. moathern and eatern en-
e. 514a. n.Prvate tamiay. At-


THIS FOR THAT."


1~mj-agmew. time ed PeILnO" by Net
itoligikeldvoneOoftheocmrs
7a~ maT eey remdLa


m rs nus amd lkees itaina. Weekly
or-e09801. P*seeM and oar
weomamiLiemen F-P ture
CID. W. Govirmen8t. 10oetIm
IFORQ BAD-ne or two 81-ft. boxball
len'omli Gb' us n ure ninety days.
TarM easNA or time payments. Address
.IL Wotwt Gen Delivery. Pea-

IM SaATB Oeo3@ saddle and one
saddle PO. s saI =, W It-



oct1w*
Y8 W a a lbargai. a lot 6x ien


UPlt TH BARNES Piano al-
mot ew. m cash. Can phone
or S West tes 8t. octlw
Fttt 5A1.-'T | s lands m large or
m ~Mulaal tI= wl e and
Ivestemt Gao-. .lmat .. Ala. octtf
LAUNCN.% f-It bm 44-itch beam. T
H. P. magme. Spem about 10 mmie per
hour. Apply A. A. Wrighta 6 W. Ro-
=&ALSUO


FOR BAL -A. Se 3-story house with an
mod erm ave-mene, on East Hill, one
block from lir e and on a corner fac-
tig south *RO Large lt, $3300.
FOR AL. eatm home on Bayou
Chico. the te eat me
than the sale ilr at 4000.
A S-room house and S lots on est H B
at $1S50.
A -reom haaue aa" 9 lets oa West Oar-
en. $1300l.
A -roemof a, eoemser lot. N. Spring
St. Close ta. 300.
A S-roeomn house and 3 lots on North

]DVNN streets, at .$20 0
e W. Government St. $1200.
on Little Bayou at $1500.
8one budiess. oeton Palatsox.,
OgeI. Ba,,e. uIfh.n- ,-.. Ste. Pri-
ofto 0 T atans lr sale.
=KzN. DAT6 3 -st Gardef St.


EA]D COLJARS--Lata ~oveMlty ouAt;
Mi eg mod ll ito bl"e and amber,
seat m er reept of fity
coele n 308,, MUP. 0. Box

3 M00-A f IACL, 7 miles from Pen-
oeaos, wi t of Olive station.
k Io a -m1 e on old Jackson
roaed.; acres-farmng and tobacco land.
fesnead ad crom-ftenced with woven-wire
tele, Malane partly cleared, partly tim-
ber.ks. qle oaks. pear. chemnut ad other
tr emsStra runnbn through;: many
aprag. os pl a. also busy. harness.
wan ml fSrming tols. 3 1-room houses.
I l-lbt suabe. with two rooms: 1 26-foot
born and other outhouses. Suitable for
aitarnsem, seuntry club. factory, hotel
or stock frming. Price $-63.. For wale
or oamedem for city property. Improved
or aWed. is pirn t payment, and the
baueae In esh. For particulars, address
G. A. vea Basawe, P. 0. Box 0S, or Fisher
Real ots iAgmsy. 17septlm
FOR SALR OR ANlT-DeafbreMse cottage
on Santa osa sound. Good outbuild-
l ag about 19 acres land, extending
from Usosacola bay to Santa Ross Sound.
Harry W. Gbo.2T .8 Palatex St.
12aug
POR SAE 'secom-hana Kranich &
Bach Piano; cheap and on 4sy terms.
Phone 33. sept
A BEAUTIFUL HOMB FOR SALE-No.
1 East G Qoden street. 2-story. 7-
room house. good condition now rented.
for 25 per month. Can be bought for
$ 30. Terms $30.00 per month. Has large
lot, surrounded by beautiful shade trees.
Appy BaK. Clutter, at The Clutter Music
e. 19au
FOR BALE-A large quantity of old
newspapers at five cents a bundle.
All clean and ready for use. Just the
thing for wrapping or packing purposes.
O S fresh olive ol. Just
eoeed &. Mso A s & 0. Te SouthM


HOTELS *


old someas nram tat all tims
oter ink Go o ter or inkGohems. The
JourNal soft tbemat Samj9m"sri~
2%W "n .. .ed
-p.=-


sIr h.TUGV- -m- ow*.oren
!~flit to poam ~leso


mbawmes s ALorid
aB me 25ar -S sosT T lbaest Po les.
- pg yr."f.. n as. ..... r. ..-"s..


BARGAIN


$1500
Eight-room house. No. 109 South leridas
Blanca street. Lot 44x10; rents $l.OO
per month.

900.00--For four-room house, all new.
nicely finished, with grates and elesetas
quarter-block (9 lots) ground. lFine peaas
trees and other fruit. Splendid water.
All cash 5 per cent. of. or on terms 1S00
down and $10.00 per meth. For white
only.
This price is very cheap and these who
buy this property are sure to mawe
money.


L S. BROWN & CO.
Real Estate and ISieuSmoe Agents.
Aognta Tbleisn on iM
O81s* Seeeai Flew.*


I WHIl Buod a House

To suit you and sell it on
easy payment plan on two
lots on corner of 18th Avenue
and Gadsden street. Take a
look at the lots and ring me
up Monday.
This is your chance.


J. W. Bullock, Jr.
PhoNe OU. Tlehosn dl.


octllt --
&ad MONEY TO LOAN.
Lang-
rite rY TOU WANT TO MORROW egq;
or If you would tikM to lead same at a
ctiwe good rate of Interest e. so-
curity. try The Journal's Wst iMiL
ritr. i the qui-kest. easest l cheapet
A.A.1W.a


WE have $S10.00 2a gu0anr-tosij, Sms
et in asA mou -.. oc aM Y
You have for =our money, new let
It wek for The FPIshe Bea tate
ASenOy, M Palatao Street. a -.Ju.
Are you ettntg I per c0os t tr
wr msayI If not. ym d'__t got *B
ht coming to you.- wo eR nM It
on first mortaes ea tiowd t
erty. Bow macbdoems pajyo Pa -
*oaft gthbiN? -esdl Brok in

MONTWr JANMD oe ans mdSO e t-
madal nmoprty on short notime1

as.oSM YB- or ngco, -s Ia..
MONEY IAOA14 Io On fast 404a
"p.SL.am Gommo?
INI IN ilill I M O


FOUND.


FOUND---he right place to buy blauhets,
comforts. bedspreads, rus. and lame cmr-
takS on weekly or monthly payments.
Call phone 71 and our salesman wil calJ
Solomon Furniture CO., W. Intendends, St.

POUND-A place to have ladies' hats re-
modeled asd renovated. rtlPfactk'u
guaranteed. Phone 1325, or call 400 N.
Davis street. toctlw
I


THEA. C OF INVESTMENT
Is to buy w lsre the property nuest increase in value.
and "uy Where It is for the IntereMt 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 intest of the Seller to Have that Property
Grow. Is worth most careful consideration.
The broad principle of Russed Sage's advice, "Young Man, Buy Real
Estate," will soon rank with Horace Greeley's aphorism-"Young Man. Go
West," and the advdie is good, but does it not strike you, that if you are
going to buy. yo aight as well buy the best. that is buy lots with the
company that bulds and develop.?
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any
other property in or around PPmencola.
We guarantee cat rar connections through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine months from do
You can buy East Pesacola building lots now for $50 and up,
each according to location, on the Installment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and 5 per cent monly, no Intorest or taxes until paid for. or for half cash
and mortgage or allg with liberal discount.
Only 250 lots w be sold at present prices. When this allotment is
sold, no further s8al will be made by us until after street car line is com-
pleted.
Six years ago a w brave souls bought lots in New City for $30 each.
The street car was extended and many of these lots have sold
for Ss00.00 each. sin then. East Penoacola will do as well. The biggest
boom that ever occed in the history of the world, will within the .next
few ears take pl Real batate, and mark these words. East Pensacola
No lots sold to Irable parties. We shall have some interesting
things to say from to time. but the most interesting of all is this-
Don't Walt. Get In re the 250 lots are sold.


The Pen


WHY PAY R
When you can buy a
and on such easy terms?
$300 cash and $20 a mo
elegant home on Jackson
p rooms, reception hall,
Price. $2100.
$100 cash and $20 a mi
6-room and-hall house o
street. Cheap at $1600.
$100 cash and $50 a mn
9-room house on North Hi
33$0 will buy one of the
in the city, on East Hill,
car lin., all modern, roo


Leslie E. Bro4
(Incorporated.
REAL ESTATE AND
48 South Palafox I


LOST.
LOST-Bunch of keys h.
depotr and Flst NAtionl
wmrd tor return to Swift


Oacola Investment
1 North Palafox St.


Co.,


is


MN
me so cheap
Swill buy an
treet car line.
th, gas, etc.
will buy a
East DeSoto
will buy a
Price. $4.000.
test homes
f-block of



S Co.

INSURANCE.


I


ween fielght
Bank. Re-
Co. lloctlwo


LOST-Silverold hunting be, 7-jewel
Ilgin watch. Reward foeturn to 1422
Seventh avenue, corner BIt. lloctit*
LOST-Lady' plain gold 'tch, attached
to plain diatelaine pii between St.
Johns cemetery on Bel9t street to
Barcelona anl from Bare to 123 East
Gregory. Rerard If.-et to A. M.
Msic-an. .- j oct3t


LOST-From residence oW. A. Blount,
on bay sho". Sma wll setter bitch.
Black ears. Sou" tan muzzle, and
tan ticks on re ens. L ral reward for
return to W.A Mount.r. Soct5t
oST-Oei.e iir- do color
white and wt spec Close
buit. B8 64-- r eturn to 10g
W. ]rnme MD 17enlW
orST-An aer ac"Comb. with thin
gold band, other on Barcelona. Gregory
or Baylen t, L -Reward If returned to
320 West tes 8tZc fotw
TWO DOIIff* BOGS.' near poorhouse.
One wblith liver-pot, very lon
and lean, 12 opMD L :leather collar.
Other sol M, a ad has wart on top
of back. j* abve W Reward for
return to. W. Main, at McMillan
Co.'s stabl 120 W. Infndencla. 2zsept


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

5 lots on 16th ave-
nue car line, the
cheapest property
in this section $1100

Jno. W. Blelock, Jr,
PHONE M
Rooms 34-306 Thiesin Bullling




WEST FLORIDA
I WANT ADS.


APALACHICOLA.
FULLER HOTEL. Apalachicola. Oldest
established hotel aIn city; free batb,
bet service. Rates .0 and $2.00. Spec
MlI rates by week. UJeskins. Prep. Uf


THE JOURNAL'S Panama Canal Edi-
tions at 15e a copy. Full of illustrations
and local views. Just the thing to send to
out-of-town friends. They are ready for
nmalling.


HELP WANTED.
TWO TRAVELING SAT.a pr'W wanted.
$25.00 week salary. $2&00 week ex-
penses, and 10 per cent. commission on
sales. Los Angele Cider Co.. Atlanta.
Ga. It*
POSTOPFICE Clerks and carriers want-
ed. Examinations will be held in Pen-
sacola and many other cities In November.
Particulars free. Washington Civil
Service School. Dept. 455, Washulngton. D.
C. It*
WANTED-- enced canvasser. Can
make $2 to b3 a day. Light. easy prop-
osition. Apply to-day between 10 and 12
a. m. 1090 (uluemar St. City. loctlt*
COLORED COOK for small hotel. Address
P. 0. Box No. 53, Caryvile, Fla. lloctit
BOYS WANTED-Ten or fifteen addi-
tional boys to sell the Evening News
Baseball ExtraMonday afternoon and
Tuesday aftormea. Apeply at Sour each
afternoon.
WANTED-A srvant for general houese-
work. Apply 1" Meost Jackson St..
Monday morning lnoctit
WANTED-A driver for Laundry Wagon.
Apply Now Method Landry. octlltf
WANTED-Manager for New Branch of
our business here In Pecla. Write
promptly. with e The Morris
Wholesale HMouse., ( bWm._* 0. loet2t*
WANTED-An e pesneed solIcitor to
sell blankets, comforts, besweads
rugs, and lace curtains.a on weekly or
monthly lim-Ihlyten0 So-e n Fur-itureA
Co.. W. Government St. 10octim
THREE CARRIER BOYS an secure
re uar employment on The Journal.
Apply rculation Departmment.
WANTED--Eneretc solicitor and eeol-
lector to drive wa Must be pollte
and a hustler, and good referesees in own
handwriting. Box 445. Soctst*
WANTZD--Ilady and gentleman can-
vassers to handle useful household arti-
de. Good money; sels at sight. Apply
310 E. Government St- 4oct
UNCLE AA waste Mail CrSera and
Postolce Clerks bn
November 1. Wm"i tusm for RaSlway
Mai Clerk. Cuq*tmm Carks and Clerks at
Washtngted $1m011 1. to SO .>abr*.
Common edMcoo s-hent. PraeL-
tlon fre_. Wem Rakiutitn.
Rochester. N. Y.
AGENTS WAXTAD In to
white th* bet -tche st eath In-
suranc i n existence. $26 week easy
made. Write A. M. Stee, Jr.. Manager for
Florida, Palatka. FP. 2oct2w*
WANTED-A carimer bey wth a wheeL
Apply Circulation Department, Journal
27sept
WANTED--Middle-agM wsUte man to
do cooking ad housework; position per-
manent toriht party. Must tve best of
reference. P. 0. Box 4. Marianna. FPla.
ZSseptUm*


FOR lusntJL.
FOR RENT---room cottage s and
bath,1010 East Cervantes, $15 ncludlng
water. Apply 1020 East Cervantes. or
Phone 549. 11oetlw*
FOR RENT
Stores. -
DeLuna Street ....................$. .00
309 E. Intepdecia Street .........$ 6.0
106 S. Tarragona Street ..........$10.00
120 S. Tarragona Street ..........$12.00
13 W. Romana Street .............$83.35
Store near Palafox Street.
Boarding Houses-
National Hotel, 18 rooms .........$60.00
30& E. Wright Street ............. $25.00
Dwe'lfias-
110 E. Jackson .................. 20.00
1S>, N. l'Ilafox Street ............516.00
*"., .,-- T.., tr-at .............312.50
724 W. Zarragossa Street .........10.00
.. It s teet ................15.00
1211 E. Cervantes Street ..........512.50
Cor. 13th Avenue and 10th street..- 16.0O
Cor. 1~th Avenue and 14th Street.., 20.00
308 E. Intendencia Street ......... X20.0
613 E. Government Street ........ %1.006
922 E. DeSoto Street .............. 15.00
1013 E. Strong Street ..............165.00
Large 10-room house at PFlhervtle
with electric lights, bath. hot and cold
water: can be rented furnished or unfur-
nished. 2 servant houses In yard; 2 bleecks
from car line.
OffIlces-
Cor. Romana and Palafo Sts.. two o.S-
ces upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate
Agency.
"THE RENT COLECTORS."
Phsoe 87.
FOR RENT--Four nicely furnished rooms
on first floor. Complete for housekeep-
In, 0.God localen Splendid water.
Te-.m-, ';,*-C per -month. Address P. 0.
BRo 85. l) eunlak prs". FJl, Soetlw
FOR RENT-A six-room h-use for rent.
at Camp Walton. Address or see J. M.
Kinny. Camp Walton, Pa. .. ..10ot t*
IF YOU' HAVE anything for rent why not
advertise it In thee columns? Every.
one is sure to see It.
FOR RNT-r-
Two warehouses with private sidetrack.
Stores East Garn s.. nar Paletws,
$16 to $20 each.
317% South Palates, up1tars, pool room,
$30.00.
Store. Gadeden eAd th avenue. $10.
104-106 South Tarraes Lt.. $M.ML
119 S. Baylen. $20.00.
420 West Cervantes $10.
Fherville. modern, $17.50.
37 r. Romana. SSLOL
126 3. Chase. 55.6.
1622 N. 7th. SI .
710 West Main. Msa.
1301 W. TmIondOCe i,. 1 .
*~L O utht.

A lot of old newspapers.
tied up in neat bundles for
sale. 5c a bmd, at The Jour-
nal office. I


a


V
~,. .t.r.a*. A


**OSoso---lO|faa

- LIVE STOCK
AND POULTRY


WANTED-The Brentwoo Dairy w
Sg e od healthy cows. a
Sat they. haCse.
in advna. Eager Owdey, cer9 k
avenue sd abth street. city. -
FOR SALE.-Two good mulea. Led. I.
Brook suctla
WHITB PBEN DUCKS--ar prices ame
information whtW. a. Myr P.
Box 7. Warrhurton. fl.. FlaXw.


WANTED-Good mileh cow at ee.Ap
ply W. S. arfneld. se fA
WANTED-n public to knew that wO
have seeaured the receipt for oanm. .
Ing the celebrated Nunnaha El Igee.
corn. B. B. Iarket. Phone W.I


KILL th ee o* yor sts or o M e a
wo km them, Cos Ioo Ldud
COmpausd t 1P. B. Menb& 5sM.


MITexTT-ANIsa.LUs.
J. C. YOUNG wiMl rwsepar Ir .r-a.
,make ft am& as now. cu---MW ~r
ate. 2216 & dasnew-S Charges a
and taM St bet ween
NOTICB-Z wll not be respsomle BMP
debts contracted by Bvtnie Le Plio
Vent or anyone else. . Le CL

A. Hm.
We a. of aw.. 68 ofa6

stock.m
W., m "
41sar A JJU^ *R3.
Ming"&"*


EDUCATIONAL.


FULL CONMERVATORT COURSE, Nor.

MWclste awar =d Phele rl. ,aramm
I. MolsBe Hu2. lectm
MISS MARGARET MACLAT wl reope
her Kind- Lan at 3S W. So
street On Monday, October the 5th. Phon
729. Z7septian
Tn. TTs..AWM,
MR. WILLIAM PACKHAM. bm. Uae,
Organist of Christ ChurbL.Uln0.
Pieano Thoory. Lessons at Bopgg'
desces; also organ., P. 0. Address, Pen-
sacola, Fla. lsepuTe


PIANO LESSONS-Miss Gertrude Pried*
man. Phone 272. 2 W. Orvarntea St.
13ept
MRS. WILLIAM BSEY. Osoervatory
graduate, bss had los n and successful
Experience In piano Instruction: Is ready
to take adWenced pupils In technique.
zins and Musical Inta.so. sMetatk om.
SCritical Music Study. r
Composers and Their Works. Class fo
children will be opened oen Kaeamrte
plan. New and attractive mo I
Gad"den. ibeitm

PENSACOLA ELECTRIC
COMPANY.
Pasn a*Peert Barreseas chdule.
WINTER DAILY 8CNEDL.UI.
Effective Thursday, October 1, 10M.
*Leave Penesela. Leave Pt. M arr cas.
5:30 a. m. ................... :0 a. m.
6:00 a. m. ................... 7:15 a. m.
7:15 a. m. ................... :00 o. m.
8:00 a. m..................... 3:45 a. m.
8:45 a. m. ................... 9:30 a. in.
:30 a. m.................. 10:15 a. m.
10:15 a. n ................... :0 a. m.
11:00 a. n. ..................... 11:45 a. mn.
11:45 a. m1................... IS:2 p. m.
12:30 p. In ..................... 1:15 p. In.
1:15 p. n ................... I:00 p. m.
2:00 p. m. ................... 2:45 m.
2:45 p. m. ................... :=MP. .
3:30 p. m ................... 4:15 imn.
4-15 p. so ..........Sat. only 6:10 Io.
6:00 p. m. Sat. only. 6:45 p. m. 6:00 p. m.
4:00 p. m. 5:45 p. m. 1:30 p. a. 7:00 p. m.
7:00 p. ai. 6:30p. m. 7:15 p. m. 7:1 p. m.
3:00 p. min. 7:1 p. mn. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 o. n.
9:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. *:46 p. in. 9:80 m.
10:00 p. mn. 8:45 p. m. 9:30 p. m.n0lJO a.
11:00 p. m. 9:20 p. mn. L10:15 p. m.ll:30 p. .
10:15 p. m. 11:00 p. B.
11:00 p. m. 11 :20 p. m.
The 7:15 a. m. train from Pesseol willt
run as a local train hereafter. The 5:10
p. m. train trom Barrancas will make all
stops. except on Saturdays, when a loeal
car wmil leave Big Bayou at 5:20 p. .
The Peseaaola-Bif Bayou local wl be
discontinued, except on Saturday after-
Local freight leaves Penssela at
7:15 a.m.
10:15 a. m.
3:20 p. m.
Through froeit leaves Penassla at
1:15 p. i.
SUNDAY SCHEDULE.
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nowrornr
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abIle Maline J1 j1 BLES
Iw*. .. -BIG RIFLESfory ..0:% recerts. I.r
Nottton Vests '"gh : .. 1 e ales f.or a
0111"My PRG. sritr
IB as This >ndergaranmt amou v wau. warmess .mAc earnew mia : S !: s12U d
Si^r lk a log Mt wat. t TICE BY STATE TROOPS WITH NAVA TRE. -Tho ecsutw f
Oct.10.Thengwigfelt wainfro
tosB l u ^y OR v aa 3THE LARGEST GUN8 AT FORT a the nv strm e o.. week. Decer o


wepe*s frtby adjusStevicd practice at batteries Pen- K ...............................3".5to 3 a ep we
arouolad aheCullka Swrll e patc a t h ba nterie Pe- i......................... .325 to 325t HCAOCo
S M tWMoua ty t- p w thn an d w..................... t 0. CHICAGO C
Sfo ery oeasion which t S Of draw Strng. I ere on the program to be o- E .................... .to 26.5 t
awlee. .^ Comes in 25c and B5c JwfivedT Moda S ^ iat ^ ^ the^ ** joit xeciesD
1. T.mwe avesaultsofplain.r quality, but only the INOBTtTON VEST smt an u larbing 102 ttio we ais follo
NOBUTTON v~ STeThicepractice oaitsoftfiriesPn- 0 4;Juy9t4

settyese s bMRsi-eu shopping 25c grade in stock at AT and 12-lch rfles with full charges and NEW ORLEANS COTTON. Corn: Oct 74; I
rawl. Pe edreay *tATFEB W. wil l wbe the frst of this nature con- *y Aocie PrCsu. MAY 64il l-., h
ad forevery oc -i onr ptSCnt. i ucted at this encampment The a ,r4s Ot 1-- t : 41 Jr,
Swe rather eoab. d tt practice will be held at battery w Ore, Oct. -Cotton fu- J l 47
.Penacola at 8 a. m., when the 10-inch tores opened quiet. October 8.60 a prk: October
; -- -rifle will be used. The second one 61; December 8.38 a 38; January 8.30 $15. 1-2.
a:w bHdtik satim seupin, pipn will occur a-t battery CullUm at 1 p. bid; March 8.31 a 32. Lard: October
mma, the 12-lnch rifles bean g dr edg 3.70.
Spain but The program for today will consist NEW YORK COTTON. Ris: October 9.
t2 -ea Mgt coveed 1 a sol a 2ely of mister of militia. hnceral 8.321-2.
li I w berty will be given today. cBy Asated pr. Timthy: Ootobei
CelebrVtduelecd ar 8.66; J53ary 846; Marc


s l- ^Among the liberty parties in the New Yort, Oct. 10.-Futuaea closed ch 2.76 14 a 2.1
citi y yesterday were 45 men of the steay. October 8.86; November 8.86; Clover Oct
5 'JItHHEB^^ agn f emea~ w jApalachicola company. December 8. January 8.4; March *
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s ** eut a season, there Knit undewer for ladies who ae Caicat daM ollowlo te prm fo Mon- spo closedT quiese. points no- NEW YORK
nwe ma that nyf 8 a. m.-Service practice at battery vance: middling Pplanb ;.10; adl n3 B S
Jm way st o wer. about the quality and comfort of their dgar- Pensacola. Sua les. siese
8:30 to Th a. m.-rlending powder -.
et bumtren we have a suTt ments. There is nooe better made an rode." at battery Slemer. Drill at all other CHICAGO CATTLE New York, Oct. 1
b me t --U atS nt1I peict Coles in aeara sts and pants and suits t1:45 a. .-on-commission- Chicago. Oct attle receipts sostht
for your convenleaee" eed offers' school at all batteries, con- about 700. Steady. leeve p.40 a more than the reqdi
Canl hanudtedut pre than the 1 t ieee pratyc at battery Tw 57 aters an fersm2.6 cK o
C "w 0 A m.t p. ic .-c)rill at all batteries a 4.00; cows and helteps, 1.60 a 5 a e cash reserve
buy am a mnef a except battery Cullum. CHICAGO CA4 QUOTATIONS The ftate-ent al
7m T te :45 to 9 p. m.-Drill at dll bat- for- ln.s. ra ist s a.ei n
Chicago, Oct. 10.-Cas quotations.
p aSale Ribbons. Ribbons, Double Fp Q T CAP NE WS C weat Ne .o.2red 101 12alo th

mo weRibbons Gh i FROM PICKENS north, 106a^ 107 .inode nbtis
Corsearse- oe Corn No 9a 0 o.so n m, es*4e
Sa atfi as express brought Received last anot- Thursday evewng it was wet and Ot: No. 3white47 -.
fo a -irg and coiI--k- aS- r s pnt o miserable in camp. owing to the CHICAGO GRAIN.s *cn ao
Sa large and cot as- er shipet of do le fold Uwind, which made things lively for a -- .
4 h O te a ntime.- About nve o'clock. several of By Associated Press. Reserve reque3
tB I r~z- hDecidda- to. sortment of Taffeta Ribbons Red Semi Gingh abso- M the offic t were lown partly Chlcao. Oct. o.-Less apprehen- cr eme 1,9.415.
B* ^Btin h BM Ws.. *i .11 i ....a _1i i _^, tenant Hope Cawthon of Company K, BWOPO wa fet by traders in the Ml,zs5.
1n al the widths and colors. lately fast colo y new was turned over and blown a little wat pt on the local exchange today Rn U. S. Depelts
-,B Tdistance. Happily, no one --- inside owing t@ an advance in the price crease, $7,574a75.B
SHf Price. Nos. 1 to 100i. pattemS the lot. at the time and very little damage British consols and ecae of a d The perestage
was down. Half of 9he mess tent o- eline in wheat prices in Uver As baks at the close
'i|the 15th was torn down and tins were a result offeringa were liberal et the day was 27.0.
blown about. opening, which was 1-8 to 1-4 a 1-2 to 'The statement at
In Battery Worth (mortar battery), yesterday's Bial quotations. Part of of Greater New Tort
the 15th regulars are working with th lose was rgained during early the clearing heme
Comystay K in pit A.. and the 30th in trading but sentiment favored the nsuletautlas leave am
Watposl'eai, Parker &? Reese Conmnny HWW3 oM^ to^ 1.01^T bra~ K^-S?
pit B, with Company M. Both the bears. December opened at 1.00 *f $1.063.691,00; tot




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great :;.ts tare said to be good. 030e or the S al must ea the A. ---- a
3_ha tg st o d Tie regular army officers are very attention at its subscribers to the pay-

^Ig&lm,.ttT A SOUTH 'vox roma l ^ S$"ss "i-E.==" a^.SS-i~ ^^
Ritobnicers this morning, as the men did ed colectors 13 Pensacola aresf
o. M d alist a cloak med not get back from working the Gt es. A.wals -amM Ro. f tS
vF'.Val mri- MR.b sET5TT bw the diiggtoitlhd king te LaihrechiL J3n S G2i ^ie 3."-
umw ind.DwhichTa Joural: a dthoys who iad siannel resented by Charyes o C


eS U & a th e m Of Ai ow ro sr bout ^ lon ivo e-'l ckedrl o
.......ofsi ea t tlso e Soth In Riabhba orth Ttsoeviideert a my raens.rbiwn la tac artls Chl a.r
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O-- gl**e.*>t tat meh. Cmiees.* ceptioe of a ea as ea a "" the atsdck aa eti tGer toe oth h e poet at Atl o-T m...
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_g s t autly raov p oedy r os to s ont asrw Com. ients o ame ltastwa h ohelorer hUmaNity suc eIb ~ssu sadth q wind made K ut na oter K U th a
and #. etheraSha he ol t h av^ere fore w lo t toha e whereir 1e5 ver d saa a d s^ .at r lw a t Stherme bmand veyllta, g eun a. a
pregen-t am ecembr 7 adeS wath Ntost iSeithsou& v ota 1toy ti u worksos asbu erthe.o .sa of goeaerlptite wk.There was pu q s No 3 Rt *D r







tte c ommerM and ghioh r 1egr0 obleadenga e bu ta tG d ,t ho wled. Ywheren e cum aKnu w hIr si wrrione wthaao ow ds t I t day,
E R "*- -,&F ="= ",G 'AE *dkFe tW"adown. Me a no of theC r mawtent at







thaa g4 *etthaf r o a th se Seouth h wlle later sto tare moat p hyicall factapale. T he thoaeir gad-PEn IaS e as theerch ltltakwa Isee to In down and





iSa mr r *I gar. the a cWh *Mr.ir-ag Me of n condition o. ainW i oa1. A3 e o 3gU D EH . MV l LL so it a s tot th a AI.
N5o5 c tr t natsm. r peeotate wil lao for a lonr rie t the eneryetles optteapoor a- to hladg I nglarss te ofler 1 Sth th.e k


Netthionatll alter soatee at the at-_Ity iwell. thap ney MtteBo lwee ne o 3op thel o T
wc b Int4t t t ~ r c ptitotns ofa o lmsl, iia iompania ea thetplni 12t
O 1ado has bep-wikere beer t~ daw and at sbelStei 5&Thursd night aeryeayT Wy s he l
rW~rr t ehrwp r3eydnawntad his we fler that the thtyay* wl gels, of Company Khad blanhei







S'tj~i^ 8!1? 8a "SOUSe fO 01 buJsInss Men~t In PrU.nSble^? ceinm hv^^r *tffle ion or ,W ao. 1ut. Rexiercsnmc aetof thSe^ a|oac ofW -L St mltt
7 tb to first sxplii ecteoat, forthelagl. u e ig and r s eot tobe termed Into *







tti i1nrtfO laTu ahtc whf en Imn themess etk toh aite Uasret chist-esould roomri~ tho ^..n we yg hav lyin machMi~net a~>" ia.. oice. K'* "'^^^V AB *a-MILt
~WI!P ~ of 'h~ sut .XxtinThiplede IrICIL SclBattery5pelWorthry h". Ph*&,rIIea4
_______ ~ Ia Istie from tur~r pastual aflrbrootheactthcc.m;eiths the ractiilnghat malt
U_ cl, obervnc oftheGoden..cs Is t are a hare
do .sim O te ~a May f heme1wo re os a- lawe cnteplte te IA-MW- wbhCat.H tahea
Imi. Sth~u tats, oldOsgre hae fr log tme heeinevey U5 nd trn ofll-taugfrsaner. Sergeta, iant ellW, oon"i4~r~"
wet hr salvation;msit tatbstao"
101 gneinr. Vhigher degMWeeaofhectramcy- butlthatt FtThe reetlawhereinffevery manerw llteu
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~0bos Its sUefrmaue oepn j~ ciefl au fta hc epe a finised n Voutyude indelln- courteous'onthe mi vndset fromIn o
a -cloboyssCoepanotagdtCoac
~ fg. suthrnComor. ~ nd u~nes Iner duce an exep heDOS ~ ourt ewto r f.1 ~ w~ roamdwsorkduing the wN eeks
~st~"2%0er ebesasof ucks number o ~ewcoat-pysiall inApable.) The ep ssibenderathvwich It.seeks stabwhich wisluteakcpld aye fun- WiL
A#1mLduring the firstCM' eet lentralsgmno ful thed southerns of dition poweAtW WU r.TOSS. UIsTCHeLL koIfayvmtoqotecapo..
Iqp ~ ea~ia amdesemSttesattheostenc btwEnithe r gThe Jweralth:e mtw.O~T il euehspatc ntecity. sh tbaoulu ps woba f cnlothe. IJet t o
theConsrncehe Naloal Comsegift.uotComshonbt ntrladatifcalw e.Casbtfundy fanno.TWhites Phamacy-Wotto dry, theymustLno. Pe
and heWGver- aind the iStouthnoIs, ortheir rep-whie evidlen.tslaverand4om. adabadett Bq-m aLee i
5, ~stln f heim url e-beJeeld pnkte steliesaotherI te ..-ues tAtraco ate w arm, an St
em 0VA sate.ce hve haophse t 180ocil Res uidnce ntofeeloss]
48 f v x1 imasae-rin erisc Sem"ue"4"9 t 010 tth ~ ndo t7:1 .m.nletiffUoeretawto s dilcoin-al
ivssore fteSthCoflthe ow-toedg ENA butpon, o.44no
~.-&n __thattimemIn he rportby therGeoloialSrvey hchtoWa pmil haveeaVowe c.u- A lm" E S00 y. -the-som o(0reguate-,"dmivtimhs
hih willohe 1j" this conbecion teyssteas" recnttoats bowl*pY4It w- -b iE ll n t as 04.dom- as'Itotheaday


fthat t 3i. n thi report by tae Geotogli ireiay wh @i wa. 5.
le I t which the a s tated that there is a minimum of lege and hall of erudition for the not be present in camp owian thIe t* dSPO
a e-- the Southern Cow about 2,00,000 indicated horsepower scions of wealth and the bitter, it- Jno. B. May, Jr., and wife, are the to be3 -coprt week In s home .
Cp as atnwenly later- developed by the rivers -sxg tIn the Ing, school of poverty for the brats proud parents of a fine boy, born leutemsants-Rep and Harley u g
a astesos stadpot, Bouthern A mhian o as. halt of the proletariat; it ab placed a Wedneaday in Nqw Holland, Ohio, Ca ae w favorite with the I "
purpose t the Soatbherners at which. at the very least, could be premium upon honesty and a sUgma where Mrs. May spent the summer.& bgreat__ _a7. withW -e t
their big meeting is, In uUt sed for power. So far hardly union labor; It has decreed It an ionor B.o.-e ..i wnwas premset at the s m tie wit t
I fO% Of the originators, enough has be developed to make to embezzle a million and a crime to Outwitted the Ladd. at Battery Worth this morn I
S, Ij _ep1Ie of the South of with the eernon Mlt shlRlltt. U"S No. Mr. Davis. and otherS, the a fashionable suburb of Philadelphia at work one.e a i
Sut nature has played development of storage facities in staining from euchre. what and ptk the lessee failed to examine elogwly 41 : J :
control But with- these river basle wold increase the teas by the devotees thereof will not t of th e ee. Ater a time mDOUGLAS
te vital Impor- horsepower f rlm to 30 uies, accord- open the portals of learlagh to the the term1 of the le. After a de i t
a gmmptlU the buesess tax to the espanoI. But taking the poor, though as of their r oU.. tf tt mtaiemame ao 1,40,0-0 horsepower, its contribution, the money thu & spept that he was bond to do all the out- V ---- -- OfO
nt o -pomoterI aOf this Cm- rental at $ Ow per orsepewer per year would do much to mitigate the *ea- side painting at certain intervals. The lly Ase*l*ated Press. I I
S-Osay they hope wVM ament to sa nmaal return edition of the class under dilsemlll tenant protested in vain;: so he en- Oct. 10.-One of the last eSSsse cy rtehe
fbiiniw llil_ G r Osfa et $8 .iW. Water power Is much Nothing short of a complete ...eho. gaged palaters. and ordered them to .tD Doug as, who died --.. . ... t ..
Sabo&t a ser us- cheaper tha (Cal rer asd will be- tion of our social system along W p ta the whole frott of the house t W to wrrte to Al- i o H m at m, tin
ant Wth. eaee more e aore so as the avall- nomic lines will accord to very em" red, white and blue-in stripes. Mihel Kena reauestine d..fam 35.*. e-
A-s ,. iee Me snlw ft e p d .e&Ld. This his Just heritage sand this i When it was fansahed the neighbor- .o__ ebr.l to h-Uend
5 S '. a s ta mos taat the dO and for water human existence is coming oa specS. hood rose up in Arms, and the land. M elratoa at the o >SL
--re is a 0t wNl increase --Te es Sthern bust- It is the next period in the lord was frantic. The tenant politely a, -de-bate. 0 101 --.
40 et newss men 1e0se a nt awa uftctur- of the race. Yes. M. Davis. I doeplaid that there was nothag too t stances of *A
va A U s-toga future a bor Gthir sutimon and are mean that the idlee non-predulg g e. te lease about the collar, so he W *were known to only all t t y
beIag- deter ed to gl thdfr IHeas into ment of human so8Cety 1 attv ldbret teaded to anish the job by painting **Of els enr ds. ea&
agu pt the d 1osB Sf*t-T. They point out their surplus energies1 li3es the back 4f the h ose green with
set- ) ft a We t> t-e 6 asslaos ofat these tending to promote a i where large yellow spots. The landlord saw WIH -
rtems mb" b maaneA eMnly for the'tairy story abwet "a l m&e= t that he had met his mIateh, sa within -T-TNG LIQUOR' late"
fledt a^ s -he Spomwsow erlubler busi- reality ad not a Ir-ale pw the lans* 1rdre ual m. Iuwuiutiacoe. __r eJo-1 was brought t
sok Sedis ge stowam Oes m OIn daesy of tur- sated by those who Juggle the Gsa. to do all the *d Ial P saiatlug.-Up.oN esler wiw reVuty shtors
beglte am. ntlee ree tur nem Int sose Stees. CreM to thebeer? claeAs twUast. *i
as w eof-t: t say the are very rich mineral they sseume e ae wkgame eas eltia a

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T H E A T REyy inEa A ft*-L. 8. Opening Ball of the $msm
SCarneli M, oberfa 10.
14EA^P_ V1exa Military Iiame He. a- by
:den Sydney 0.
....-.....SEEK------ DAUGHTERSof ISAB !
LWIE NOTION PICTURE* wlk Yale 18, Holy Acres 0.
4 tiff *N. CMM W.emd. MOTION RSHarvard 10, WPiflean. .
owes" University Pennsylvania 6, State at
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S4 Matinee every day. Do University of Ala 1, Howard Knights of Columbus al
Oft m aes Ab-; fl Aemy g2od 4 p.. M CkrtalDrises 0p.niersiofa, owa
UN C** ___ 313 664*-... .30* A C SoegSe Jnnins. Wednesday Night, October 14. Ticket. 35 cents.
Thee Night Showm, 7:3, :30 and Tulane University 11, Young Men's
S .- . _ l 9:80f m. Gymnastic Club 0. "
J.ll -A. 10 11-4U. ede h aU Georgia Tech. 20, Mooney 0.
dies. p rc es, children10 cents Tennessee 29, Maryville 5. -
might 9Vanderbilt 32, Rose Polytechnlc 0.
S- adults 20 ent. University South Carolina 17,
I' h% f F Lade10as4 "In te Charleston College 0.
"Ait M M Ml Ladies are required to rmove their Washington and Lee 0, University
e-a- ts durig perIoIance. North Carolina, 0.
Prp. School DefteIt University. A C
S-c...-to-... Ask Your Grocer A
Swetwater Tenn., Oct. 10.-The
Tennessee Military Inltitute today de-
if Sted Grant Unltverty at Atheas by for
tre Score of 12 to S., The same was
E HI'I I |b hard fought throughbopt whatever ad-
10 T s beI IRI ItrbIeL bDvantage the T. M.I?,boys may avel D nVe'S GePnine*8 Mans I
I ,n &kl be baaced by Danve s GenuineI
the crowd of Grant otr surging
-." C; *over the iled, The M. I. line
r towed i wen as did ..Leland WHITE-The only Pure Extract of Pepper
on end. 'From now T. M. I. will be
d t thve A NEW S I M otco re for s prep. cham the best Sauce of Oysters and Meats.
av FRED A. SWEET WILL LEAVE DELLWOOD ME DEFEAT. Don't Take Any Rubstitute.
FOR MERIDIAN TODAY TO IN- Speelal to The L
TRODUCE EW CIRCULATION neatly defeated Del this after D. KUGELMAN & CO. "
t "/. A" .Tc.^-','"-, BH IlI "MERIDIAN oon in a fast of ball to the
SYSTEM ON THE MERIDIAN PIS- tune of 12 to .
'y : -!'.ATCH. De wood was o e d, in every Try "Huckleberry" Cigar
fiT ",k NlPtt sPATCH. stage of the ame, the home Try
all M. -teim-s reckless base rm.nlng pre-
r I u A-. Sweet, circlatles manager vesntd a higher The feature
5-"--of The Joural will ea today or the game was the nt work
MeUdia, where he wl atro of Greenwood's infield. Hudaon show F
nw "" :C-. AMn ew circulatloB system aa tht pw* ed marked improve and handled __
S- I. S CO. AN D whc was ,T paCO. per by .imie.t rery la. le manner, .- ........h e ,-
ySS!' whichtM rf wa a _e- i*aATeI Mewss. Mayes a Bwernard of t his showing that he was I Iy way the T"T Tt .. 7.--
W T city. The equal to Messer, the r for the DOLLARS FOR YOU- ,
pWqAL 4W O TCLOCK CAR stall there Is the same as that of The visiting team.
ls o FROM journal. Mr. Sweet will remain In C cannon was nr form. gin A legitimate money making scheme that will amt u ich. F
Mto department of the Dinpate bea nice aesesortnt ofnre. worake, a Plan and full particulars by mail on rselpt of 50 cents.
C ome famine with the work. when tIe opposing pitcher, batted hard. C l
1C I"env trm hoe fwm e retuar to Pensacoil and. opportunely, thol o he received C C. N lson, MltOn, lri l.
1111 the Pala bo b s are aply ball During his abseece C. Steward poor support. Slaglet on fr.t dlua aA
iii ti ." ;. will have charge of the w ik on the some wonderful wor gender on d-_eostn_,--
seegdals hisW a eIvanesthe f theS read, while Gs Laombrecht w be second was safe in stages otf the --- --------
2 eIt -car lIIthed;ft- dl1ft b inchareomot the cityImpaowt ntsMr.Sga-e.
Iw ti t nSteward leaves today for i cock, on "short, was a star- sporting events on the calendar for SAMUEL E. McKLT.R -
Sa Mu Ala.to be present there drig the Stapleton on third d much at- the week are N. Tarrag It.
T e w be th nty fair.* tering comment on h ork. Monday.
-S I- r ot- l AC two team: I Greew O d's outs ers, Taylor, Harness racing meets begin at Ra- Tin and et Me Wr.
7 W Sah Ml 1 DIC= ZAME RAIDED. Bevis sad Jones, wer strictly in the tesigh, N C.. and Hot Sprigs., Ark. StOVs Repaired. Chimneys
ah d1, bMas t? Wild 3m H r th ve. cthe dd First annual horse show and racy we
.. -tl tythbrbase;Cts W raid"e ago r Reserthe vistincatcher.:did:lg meet opens at Bennings track, ntUL K
Sht stop; game last ht in the gt hTe of Car G.M s nsomp e goo. work, also Allen in Washington.. .
0e .tsw moe- Tam pm. deiTh Bec. left be's livhery stable on Biest J n short. Thp battingft Greenwood's Mississippi state gun club tourna-
a da- .a oeld; e. street" For of the partial wre ite wa, alasoaf re. meant begins at Jackson. Miss.
At ottes totholewat 5M ac Pale aSe aReeche. haort stop: captured. The other two eeeape A Tweatieth annual foxhound trials
e.lw ta-i- am ept a AineooK Sae*Id: Cawthoa, catch- aegro warned those engaged n the SNTS commence at Barre, Mass.
;e 0armOdedh traegetr: V=X. eftH .Taut, gane by blowing an atoobls born e of American sportsmen be- GIRL r L.


"'. tearyland Aggles at Annapolis.

i : championship at Milwaukee. IVEBRAND OF WEST GOVERlo-
Saturday.
Racing meet begins in connection MENT ATACKED AND PAIN-
.: 1DT T Cy T F-VA L with Texas State Fair at Dallas.
'* I IX.Third annual race meet of Kanas FULLY INJURED YTERDAY
CRISP A. YLESFORFAL City -Automobile Club. I= 1
JFootball: Yale vs. West Point at AFTERNOON .
West Point; Harvard vs. Springfield
at Cambridge; Pennsylvania vs.
HERE'S all the snap of th< season-- Brown at Philadelphia; Princeton vs. Rosa, the 1-yearlM daughter of El
I Swarthmore at T-rinceton; Cornell vs. Chas. Uvebrand, was badly bitten by
.the ansnoquehanna at Carlisle; Annapolis vs. visiting at the
the breeze and briskness offall in our Cgtet tnicCrlislevs. a byy r
new models, ijst out of theirwrappings. Rochester at Syracuse; Alabama vs. She wai i a
Universlty of Cincinnati at Birming- talikngto oe playm.t an t
ham; Nebraska, Minnesota t Min- dog was lyi e to e at
You should see them and make your ft s;. owa vs Missoui at Co he et
l -r; Michigan vs. Notre Dame at her. bi ingfeothrtie 5
selection now. J;Wisconsin vs. Indiana at he mouth and lo te f
Blomington. The teeth of the animal sank a hat
AllI .lAnch deep into. the flesh, causing a
Allthe new shades and patted s are here; THEWEATHE RECORD hI n- ownI.te a

many of them exclusive; somethawill be hard A new weather----record wa es- but it is not believed it was. Dr.
Slate in t tablisbed in Pensacola yesterday, Nobles was called and dressed the
to get later in the seasn. wa the thermometer at the govern wounds. The parents of the girl re-
to* er^^ ^ ^ ^ e seasn l meat building at 2:45 a. m. registered side at 123 West Government street
'U .HX O 1-.1" t48 degrees. This marked yesterday ..
SThey're Kuppenheimer Cloths, authorized as the coldest Oct 10th'ou record in
by The House of Kuppenheime You know T rrds at the weather office oIU
tais date was in 1894, when a mini-
S what that means. The newest ples- always of 50 was rd. YesterdaI Tuesday, October 13 bic
*- l-u fab c sclast year, when Q0 degrees was the W
e fective, never extreme exc cs; cut, inimum, and 15 degrees ower than
.-L the acutg minimum for this date. A.J G. Fields -
S. tailorng. and workmanship uneeialed. WHOLESALE ARRESTS Gr ir -
We're^^^ prou to sell t, .s you ., ON D. & S. CHARGE eat Minstrels
We re as proud to sell the you will be even negroes were arrested yes-. Oldest (2) Years of CentIus success
o- to wearthem. > .terday by the city authorities on tie (23) Best FPour Big Now Productions.
SO wear h charge of being dangerous and sus- THE FIESTA OF FLOWERS


plelous characters. The negroes were A Sumptuous. Scenic Marvel.
In n a house last night on Tarragona ous MechanIcal and Ec tIcal Et "
O hamp o coce. he-big variety street which was visited by Frank Entrancilng M A Fetval of n. A
N he n f citzpatrick, also colored, who claims Carnival of M O o CIt
that he was relieved of $40 during Ws All New, All Oed.
makes right selection easy. stay In the hoe. The cases will be P ,wa 'm, i .
tried in the recorder's court Monday and $1.0o.
morning. Seat ak o's k bt, Sturday,
THE FUNERAL OF
W. H. McDAVID TO-DAY GRAND BALL |
The funeral of Wm. H. MeDavid., '
who died Friday n'eat will occur this C. K. of A. Hall,
afternoon, the services being con- Cor. Sayln -I ,I'
ducted at the family home on East Wednesday Oct. 14
gM latex 1arragosm street at 3 o'clock, Rev.
Thos. M. Calltway. of the First Bap-
w MBaln He 0. ANSON I* Ust chu sb -lating Music b
asses CASH CLOTHI o, Tho Uiterment wi be in St John's Admission, Gn, cent.
ea "7 rood"**6 eeezIery. -
NOTICE. -
S"9ft-19 Monday. Oct. 12. first' .
SE ea m Mi~ivew ill leave Peam- Dr. Maller X *ne
S .cola at 11!15 instead of .:00 a m. mFo..
m tt...,iag leave Miil.r-w at 12:30. has returned to ta city sad reumed sMd p
Train to Musogee will leave at his regular practice. Ohcr I. Bloat
-.-.T---2" dI:15v mn. Instead of 11:50 a. m.
Casri ga^lls Tshdiin .CnMiea __ ._ PI.NSACOLA & PERDIDO R. R. CO. 1uldling. H- rs te 1, and to *
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qhe time Is a Srtip .aw
anal oxhibitims and faires th" aO
the mWotifwA They ma me la-W
ber and sme es-pl. wbut sme -e
-can dabt their 1agle.' The world's
fair. at Ch owg han tnMales it
every Im e a pre. at.
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ito, St. LOais ad Pertand- have
a ed new strength Id glory to the
Awtk-bf man, sad a larger outlook to
the matome. In the a- sewe of
vTle dlfring only ha nlmere Oar
battle conutry ad state emxhibtoa,
towns vie with towns, lefie with
cities, ad ai.gh0ors with sightbers;;
Aml -afor the biggest. > -.-
Our VWt FledI"a ir ksuatnUm
meets tlVeeteak the last ef th
meithL It Mb shreedy prove-i Maiif
mad s~IUS a itge me. and
are eMetIa. Oe of the net '*ale-
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father has any packt
The Baltimore. 8Bs Uw` ceut issue
'1i an efort to pI oil long dis-
tamce records for '*im-,, Stanley
Rhton oC this cit ,0on Smith
of Cody. Wyi. IS ftn building
at 9 o'clock Mona on a
Jant to Tampa, t more
than 1,W miltes
"Both men bar i in
lag4stance SW ye con-
tnmt of extab d operd be-
tween here and ..
"'The walk Is_ u ertaken
e' any wager,
'wil stat on the without a
e6at of mooey.
'"RIushtoa's wife" J -* Monday
by ranil, and is nq ta a ttae at
pTaps awaitinglta tali
-"mith, who is ia .Aro oat
WemInai and ias '"Broeao
mith, came id t his city from
Cody on his rstii pt, and has
gwn. eo en o he Mon-
*Neatal City that te ned
1.ep more of U0 ,hi walk
"Tbe aste of sti will
-a them. ,j.Wrvnia, North
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A BaIIon Race for O(and

Ptix is to Be Run at Berlin


Berlin, Oct. .--The "-gra prix" of
the' skies, the Gordon Bennett cup,
will be decided on Sunday, and already
the ambitious aeronatrts of all nations
are preparing their mighty gas bags
for the great struggle for supremacy.
The big race will be preceded tomor-
row by a "free-for-all" contest, open
to any number of balloons of any size.
for prices aggses&Ui, .7, donated
by the city government 'if Berlin. The
commission of the German Aeronautic
Association has completed all the
plans for tomorrow's contest and the
great international race to follow, and
there is every lndlatio that this
yewis Coup Intematloale des Aero-
nalica will Ule the greatest tourna-
met of the atr in the world's history.
Arrangements have been made to care
for at. last a quarter of a million of
people who will probably witness the
start of the Bennett cup race. Thou-
sands of the best trained troops oet


Germany will surround the great gas
bags and prevent any public interfer-
ence at the start.
Major Gross has been appointOM
president of the board of umpireM,
and Herr Clouth and Herr RidUMer,.
of the board of experts, will pass upon
the material used by competitors.
Each pilot has been provided with
dispatch forms, which he must fill up
as far as possible and every half tear
drop when above cities, villages or
other convenient spots.
Tomorrow's racing will include both
a race to a fixed point and n endur-
amee contest. For the former, balloons
of all dimensions have been entered,
from the-smallest to the largest, but
the entries in the enddlme e comet
are conAned to gast bags of from 505
to 2,40 cubic capacity, ,
lau the.race for the Gordon Bevmett
cra, starting Sunday, there will be
twenty-three contestants, represent-


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vf America, Gormay, R ."
Pr"nee, Spain, Uiium, w.ir
and -Italy. Only Amorica, @ m
Germaany andl Frace e vre rewt-
et in last year's race at St. ioi
ix which nine balloUas took part.
The order of start has been drawM.
Ameriea drew the honor of starting
t race with the America I. Th.-
a:e of of the balloons, excepting
N. 6, is'Me allowed limit of capacity
S2S B ec meters. Besides the
Bennett cau now held by Germany.;
the vtwier of the race will receilv "
a broaze statue entitled "The Victor,"
donated by the Niederrhetaiscfer
Verei fuer Lvftschliffahrt, of Dos ,
selr., Germany.
Three of the American aezmasats
we.e th last year's race. 3. C. McCoy
was 'pilot W the .balloon America, Ala,-"
R. -4awley piloted the St. Lant4 ead
had August Port for his aid. They
agm a trio of the most skilled aero .
mate in the United States.
Knad Lady-But that isn't the arme
gtM yon tol me the last timeyou
wdre here.
The Hobo-Core it ain't. Yese
dMn't beleete do odder one.
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rtthat edad ou o ta sickbksh eg hahb s eese
aM o m e h.a deliberate attpt to suck
,ah b ip hy the most taSernaS deceit.
wwill ifta u ..ap. the suet was
441S0P01 aL' by te lbor Tuyst leaders
MaWiU eM lk otthat btur lawiseakoers, salggers ad
dynamo terb, when th disobey the or-
e me ders of the eartandoebee taects, be
;OqSrw Sn"tried for conte Ithat court by a
Jury Itstead at sl atened by the
cour"' MWt elt fto "'mpt i"ts orders.
to make it easy for their workers to
m.lr thee o these aets ad aem cape by a packed
'ir r th or trightdened jr.
Ibe r Trust But mark yi Ahe clean-c i&" i'eqillg lr anti-In- tion and here 'le Wft te stone and
-e and how 'they try to
St thn'the togate sympathy
M )W. a a_,Aj y p th emotion o r the un-
an_ Im tuAtn ,
^ diS ,f^SIr ki wn -UBder tie -emet law evy criam-

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i.- ae t OI n-wa as a jury trail, t ng or
Mih Oft-A anotbe -.r for blow-h
wto 'xS MaiWp appeal
IaI:2 lerWym anad ther uItul pqriprtors
S.t s,- t d'y syo "why *ou ld
athe s4a*ie ft&ed the sacred
f^? fa~t of trtl %W ha alleged
adrtme"I O e 1 & crime
agailalt Mpa iae whether he has
abuts-at* a' his iUt et poseg W a &mar-
SgdpBr hgMn his auger
1s 3.1 7is a seniber of
Its *was" the als-al tripgtI i always trud by a

e.M..WIN.c,.. r tN ere n "
war :k I'pre A i*eIag 5am inot
le wer VP tt,40p th uses 3ofr h o act S the owurt's orders
not to, Iteat ea .4lrt ily orders
^- we thO grea hlm "enot 4^. Utl t 49. ewt can en-
*a~mo A at'f mob quire into hiMe rW towi the et he in-
a" deysthe -lt'r he oIs held "In
inooa.temnt Pigifit net for the
for lniorsement ertme. lwBmt "'tl t g? It
e9M tat- If.m & .ij cSirt- it redfiobedl-
w breakers, to e *f emat's orders
1peo0 lawA which -v .
ONMH v4ynaw. A Ca -
s 4 to.do their an oaHy owrt was stripped of
]POO e-- its power to aniLah a eriminal for re-
S.tm ass. fusing to oer the cotert's order to not
t 'se bwrTrust commit the et' tA the tlOWrt could
? t out I&De- tivestigate, -.es a street abcoal
~'i 1 as well asem the order a iM-woulJ
to rem trmmer have as mRW pOwer to OeWNr that
=ter td. from orer*
them withMi the The courts *estb by the
wny terms just a-mt be pUPS."C a the s a
t b r ote."empwere to et the ele
they ha e g Ioee
Ila. isenw the g
a the ou. sp eagh.
aBndj j''r Every nwe eak-
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B Aw-??w-1- dwypanters, in
ahe -a of terror
eo more safely car. NewI Yetk, Oct. 10.-Among the im-
441 portart news events scheduled for the
S -ht Wnrie Unone Men. coming, week ase the following:
l tk'f tkfAk this Is approved by alf Smulday.
Unlot ~i Thousands of them are International Soclalist Bureau .be-
cititensT the best quality but they gins Its lenth convention in Brussels,
are in bad company and are most ar- Belgium.
bitrarily ruled by the managers in International Congress on Highway
power. These peaceable members Improvement, under auspices of
look forward to the time when the French government, opens in Paris.
boycott, strike, picketing, fighting. Monday.
spOIMng l machinery, cutting harness, British parliament, after the sum-
stopping funerals, blowing up work- mer vacation, will resume its sessions.
men and homes, hate of the most In- United States supreme court will
tense kind, slugging and murder will convene for fall and winter term In-
stop and the present managers who Washington.
lie about their "peaceful" intentions Wage scale committee of United
while winking at and supporting the Mine Workers will begin session In
crimes will be replaced by honest Scranton, Pa.
leaders who will conduct the affairs of Anniversary of the landing of Co-
honest workingmen in an honest and lumbwa will be observed throughout
lawful manner not prejudicial t& the the country.
rights of the common people. When National Union of Women Workers
labor contracts will be made like of Great Britain and Ireland meets
other contracts without coercion, in Aberdeen.
threats or violence, when a 'boilder League of American Sportsmen will
can safely agree upon the price of begin annual convention in Lawton.
brick, lumber,, glass, iron and. labor Okla.
in his building, and the manufacturer American Royal Live Stock Show
can safely agree to sell his machines opens in Kansas City, to last through
or other products In this or foreign week.
countries based upon a certain and State fairs will be in progress djur-
given cost for material- and labor, ing week at Raleigh, N. C.; Hot
without danger of ruin by violence Springs, Ark.; Birmingham, Ala.. and
and destruction of his plant, and when Atlanta, Ga.
communities of citizens can depend Legal hearing on the sanity of Har-
upon the steady running of the indus- ry K. Thaw is scheduled to be held
trial establishments upon which such at White Plains. N. Y.
communities depend for daily living. Tuesday.
Then, and only then, will this "labor American MisAionary Board of Con-
warfare" cease and the tremendous gregational Church meets in Brook-
cost and harm to the common man lyn, New York.
be done away wiLt. Until that time Nat$onal Railway Signal Association
it is manifestly the interest of every convenes in annual session -t Wash-
man not an interested participator in ingten,
the profits of the Labor Trust (and Charles W. Morse and Alfred H.
the common citizens outnumber the Curtis, New York bankers, will be
others 40 to 1, work and vote against placed on trial for conspiracy and mis-
every move of the Labor Trust to application of funds.
gala more power over the citizens. Wednesday.
That allowed, liberty of- the eI* mon InternA nal Copyright Conference
people will disappear. It is time for will begin its se-siens in Berlin.
the dtisen to protect himself at (he Republican state aid congressional
polls. He can only do so by putting conventions of Rhode Island in Provi
down every class either of capital or dence.
labor seeking control of the affairs ot Reunion of the Society of the Army
the public. of the Cumberland in Chattanooga.
Communities must retain control of Trials of Herring flying machine are
their own a Irs free from the die. scheduled to take place at Washing-
ttat of any clams organizatio. ton.
in this campaign the Combination National convention of the Episco-
Democratic Labor Trust party prom- pal Brotherhood of St. Andrew begin,
ise special privileges and immunity in Milwaukee.
from law to the Labor Trust members Thursday.
when they try to ride over the citi- Democratic National Committee will
zens; the Republican platform prom- make first public accounting of cam-
ises -the upholdinDg of the People's paign contributions.
Courts anad protection for all the peo- National Woman's Suffrage Aspoe-
ple. I am neither Democrat nor Re- ciation convenes in annual session at
publican but only speak a word for Buffalo.
the eoimon people. Untoln-Douglass Debate anniver-
There's a Reason. sary i111 be celebrated at Alton, Ill.
C. W. POST. Battle Creek, Mik Friday.
N. B-Let the reader remember One hundred and ffteth antiver-
that I am in favor of Trade Unless sar at Noah Webster will be ob.
and these plain statements are print- seve.
ed with the hope that the impuent Satufday.
less "men of violent teadmea-s' ATk-mrip battleship m ais due to
will be replaced by caretul hoaest, arrive at Tokohama and wffl be given
law respecting managers who wi a elaborate reception by the Japan-
resmue the sacred sa ome at Labor trfm segment and people.
the odium the present ab Twety-third annual Texas State
too often put upon it. Until time Iatr opens -in Dallas.
citizens must be alert to protect them-
selves and their affairs. Sbcribe forThe JournaL


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newsboy. fetsh from ta l easted
tememt district of a taig city, sag
with a knowledge of the world, GoW
help hiM, which belied his. spew
years, pitifully pent is the stir2 e
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smah beckamonethe maaster atklet
and on toward the accomphment
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totmh s-gfut grreen sevetches deo
voted to deel *t deer "eWrts, the
low not of which w9mprted e r
base ball and foot ball, basket ball.
"shiwy," maN even the lowly able
ri. the place wai indeed attractive.
Men, white uniformed, selected
from the best training schools in the
country were to be found in oattendapnce
to wait upon small visitors at the park
-men whose moral atnd physical prow-
ess must be among the assets which
placed them in the positions
they beld-positions as important
to the future development of
tae eoatry as a whole, perhaps as
that o the keenest -Vtesu-
These en have been placed in order
that tne ay discharge a valuaMeble
IWt of duties indeed.
The Plan.
Conservatively speaking. it would
set be sas to state that the primary
W s eof Chedrens' Pyground Aoemia.m
tn which is makingtrs way into peb.
lHe wavor il America today, and
01abe9-p pt wichs are to be t msito I
early mall the repreM tat
at the coetry, received its a
damental pflaeipleos from good old
"merrie aland" which as a nations,
gives ee attention to the develop-
ment the t door sport of her
peopl than any other place in the
The Idea, it is true, ha received
every advantaetr m the roce of
becoplag Amerispaze"r-but it
still hers the ear marks in emay
respects of the mother land across
It is the purpose of the instigators
of the 'layground Atsocd tio, not
ly tarnish suitable localties for
Ped ani wholesome sports w.oere
the best In tae boy can be-got.*f,
but also to provide such places with
a corps of assistants wh.-will teach
-bin how to use his 'brain and
bawn in the right directon-to-
ward developing in his midd the
idea of excelling in all things
which are good d valuable in his
rapidly unfolding world, and to
mould characters by placing youth-
ful minds into trends which
will be advantageous from all stand-
points. Misplaced energy and. mis-
taken ideas as to personal prower-s
Is the prime secret Indeed of ruined
young men and women.
For AI D asues.
But it is not only te children of
the poverty stricken tnat are to be
benefited. It is not only the boys and
girls of the tenements and slums that
ape to be cared for-the need strikes
home at the very doors of the "well-
to4-do'" and "combfortably'- situated."
Here the child may have a yard. par-
ticularly in a city the size et Pens-
cola: he may have "breathing spots"
laid out by tae city, or vacant proper-
tly which make excelJent rlaygrounds
but does he play correctly?
To many this question may seem ab-
purd, fto they will answer 'troitly,
-"there's 'only one way te hyo .d
that's *taurally, as all chMren do
play." True, they all play naturally.
but the early drift of the child's mina
does not always run to tne best play-
After he bas matured piysical-
ly, and his wits have been
sharpened by association wita other
children, then cosues a spirit of urest
-a desire to do-to act-to ace m-
pli-h feats of skill and prowess- to
match himself, his mind and his body.
agaant the intellgepoe ard physical
endurance of others. -
Th finds Its first outlet in most in-
-tances in the performance of als-
chievious pranks, as annoying his el-
ders and fleeing from them. In this his
wits ar matched against others in the
Same of detection and axis physical
prowess in his flight to safety.
While this may be aid to be harm-
less, this very desire of the child to
use his brain and body gives to
Those who are interested tb the de-
velopment of all tlat is best is ehil-
dren, the opportunity of training
them toward the moare wholesome
methods of exercising tefr iatlec-
,tve powers.


And my odoer p.afisM
disir u2ngailments SwuM



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bel at d e M6re na a does
his work m than does
tae lad of toe qf ,.mrteen at
his play-is uiet ret
-which masteep and
bright sti-^it E9.. He has
a of his
mntd and l: ierent de-
Hire to OsW 'a. falUed,
as well as th: kec if putting to
work his-' body.
n ot congress,
Secretary R:-ry 8. has made
PaPbe, Ute a eoa the a*)b-
aI belive k I do vot be-
leve in # p 'to ay but
I must eamiaticall. ve- la" iu
play. A bef or girl has a. healthy
body will be all the ter fit for seri-
ous work. and if the Health coees
throgsa vigorous sports pursued In an
honorable, straightforward manner,
m4 aly the mind but the character
is benefited.
"T the Ab y I wis sa a special
ood word. I ,ipba ly believe in
manlines in courage, In physical ad-
dress, but I believe quite as much in
MMed comradeship a* in a spirit of
Lair play. I hope th wherever you
enter a contest you 'wi do all that is
in you to win, and yet tiat you will
re Wnber that It1 it Jar better to fail
thea to win by an aUnirness, by any
un9erhand trickery. "Weep in mind.
that it is only by perstet effort in
the face of diwsourag4ent that any
at us ever do anythh*- that is really
worth while doing. e fellow who
gives up when he is beaten once is
made of mighty poor Metu. and if he
thas gives up as soea Sl be as beaten
I a sport he does not stand much
easace of sucmea" in tos serious con-
Wets ef after W.
"The true spirit, the spirit which
wins victories in after life, is the
spirit which fights h to succeed,
hut whati takes rfea with good na-
tuIS asd with the ree o determinar
. P to try again. It a good begin-_
Aaft- ads. oejoti after
b. .m the pIag you leara
how to scooperate w01your fellows
Pa tdo your best tUwiu, while at
the sme time trea r your oppon-
1t with fairness aortesy."
Cei ftahr dyce..
to bI is to kewMares' xia and colds
on the cheat-as.n ed they readi-
ly lead to paumption or
other pulmonary tr les. Just as
PoOs as the cough pear treat it
with allpar's Hora Syrup the
ftad4r e % d44 Use and1
Acte dejtctl I A ame
a preventive for all diseases at the
.5c, 5fe and $.L pee bottle.
alrt Md mro w bMi yed y. W4 A-,
M d gglb a oh ry


0V%INMENT OF J(DIA.
J. T. Sunderland in the October At-
lantic.
The government of Idia is as com-
plete a bureaucracy as taat of Rus-
sia- Indeed, it is no exaggeration to
my that. as a bureaueracy it is as
autocratic, as arbitrary in its meth-
aod, a reactionary In Its spirit, as tar
removed from sympathy with the peo-
ple, as determined to keep all power
in its own hands, as unwilling to con-
sult the popular wishes, or isten to
ie voice of the most enlightened por-
tion of tie nation, even when expres-
ed through the great and widely rep-
resentative Indian NatIonal congress,
as is the Rus4an bureaucracy. It Is
Sotorious that the very best govern-
ment in India today is not that car-
ried on by the British, but that of
several of the native states. notably
Nroda and Myaore. In these sattes.
VPticularly Baroda the pr.ople are
fare free, mere prosperous, more
ce Oteated, and are'making more prog-
ress, than in any other part of Id Ia.
Note the super-orfty of both these
states in the imoj-tart mater of pomp-
ular education. Myidc is spendig eon
education more tlal three times as
m-eh per capital. as I British India,
whie Barroda has made nr educa-
tios free and compulsory. Both of
these states, but especially Baroda,
which has thus laced herself in line
with tre leading nation' of laurope
and Atmerica by making provision for
the education ofaei her children may
weM. ha coetnastud with British In.
dia, which provides education; even
Of the poorest kind. for only one boy
in ten and one girl in one hundred
and forty.four.
The truth is, not one single fact can
be cited that goes to show thatIndia
cannot govern her'elf roas-abily
well at first, excellency well later-If
only given a chance.
An Australian cati'- kirg. Sidney
Kkdman is said to ow.n more of the


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So weak that he could hardly stand,
haggard and Worn, footsore and eajr
from a alos walk acres the- country,
NPter Anderson, a Swede, staggered
WO Bay street at a late hoar Tuesday
might amd asm fell into the tender care
of Rev. Dr. R.-J. Dateman of the Ces-
tral City Missalon but the deadly
pangs of hunter had its wrasp on him
and e fe lat night, says the Jack-
saviile Times-Union.
Andperen. who was a young me.,
ta been working at a saw illU plant
at- SAver Sprari, but left that place
,IHavlng ugly a few pennies in his
ppsemmsoan ho was atable to purchase
'Ied 1wr mmaY days and dally, while
r a desetedi strip of country. with no
farms oesn sight, he found himself
gndually starving.
On and om he beat through the
srubby woods. stumbling and half
eawllng, eager to find some place
where he qpuld be given the necessi-
tis of life.
i Staving and Alone.
Haunry and with kis lips parched
4@r the want of water, he staggered
iat, the railroad yards and there
fund water-water that he bad been
fi search of for many hours.
SThis quenched his thirst and stimu-
lated him for a short time; then
amer that deathly sinking feeling.
e fell; his form remained on the
4*e ground in tbe dark for a time,
thea gathering himself together, he
struck out with faltering steps for the
city.
rHe was half walking and halt
rw#itg, mpportUag himself from
pt to pst on Bay street when found
by Dr. Batman. est n- were ask-
e,L but the man was too weak from
the want of food to give say reason-
ille account of himself.
"Come, my good man," said Dr.
ateo a, "come with me for food and
shelter."
Aa dersa was led tenderly to the
Central City Mission. given a chair
.4 a neal was hurriedly prepared.
Was Giving Food.
Sitting there starving for the want
at food, smelling the food being pre-
pared, but too weak to rise, one can
3aD.gIa the thoughts that passed
through the man's mind. Death was
staring him in the face only a few
moment's ago, but now he was seated
in a cosy house with' tender bands
bsily engaged in attending to Afe
wasts.
After a few minutes' wait he was
taken Into the dining room and he ate

not like a human, bht like a beannt-
ravenously taking great mouthful of
food and swallowing so fast that Dr.
Bateman feared be would iajset him-
self. He was not allowed to eat much
and was put to bed and given medical
atteatlon.
Moved to Hospital.
fYesteray morning his condo ition
Was uch .that Dr. atema requesteda
that hbe .be removed to the county hoe.
It, which was done at once and he
was oven medical attention there.
It was not beli ve s that Anderson
could live for he was In such A state
of starvation when rescued that he
appeared to be beyond medical aid.
In his rambling way Anderson told
of how he started out to walk to the
city 4". of bow be roamed about in
tOe woods for seven days and nights,
SdaNy seelag in the distance the
wights of Jacksonville.
Looked Like Heaven.
ThUsalght, he said, looked like
even to him, for he well knew that
t he could reach the city some one
wou a give him food and a place to
fhow he got into the city he could
wst teall only that be tumbled along,
falhg here and there and agsin pull-
Ime hImself together in his battle for
pr. Batteman stated yesterday that
be hla sen manay such cases since
be teak hold of the Central City Mi
slem, hat that t s case of Anderson
it the most pathetic he has 'ever wli-

PROLEM$ OF RECONSTRUCTION
Nothing warps the judgment so
muah as sealous conscience. Cham-
balan, the extreme of honesty and
eCuture, approved mixing black stu-
dents with the white in the State Uni-
veviMty of South Carolina. And bott
he -and Alle. his biographer, Jealy-
believed that" General M. C. butler am
his followers estanetted a great cri"
in curbing the insolence of the armei
negro militia., company towards tho
whites at Hamburg. To admit negr*
students to the university was simpl-
to epel the whites, the only clas-
thkt i spostant institutions could bene-
eSt, mai hie it over to these waao
wI*d ap instruction and teaching
men ths useless. To have tolerated-


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atimnlate themp to wholesale massacre
of their old masters in the near fu-
ture. The promoters of reeoastatc-
tion were terribly in earnest. They
were supported by the almost uwanl-
mous endorsement of the' north,
flushed with Its stunpeamms victory,
and also by the prodigious military
power of the nation which had recent-
ly subjugated and utterly impoverished
the south. We knew all the bitter-
Reea of the cup offered. It was that
either the whites should be expelled
from the black belts by the nogroes,
as happened In Hayti, or that there
should be the condition that has come
about in Cuba. We rejected the cap.
There were a few wel-hased ones
who said drink. But the mg-old-
men and women, midlde ed men
and women, young men m a women.
boys and girls, children-all said:
"We will die rather than drink!"-
John C. Reed in Uncle Remuse--
The Home Magazine, fr October.
Why James Lee GA Well.
Everybody in Zanesville, 04, knows
Mrs. Mary Lee, of rural route 8. She
writes: "My husband, James Lee, lfrm-
ly believes he owes his fif to the use
of Dr. King's New Discovery. Hia
lungs were so severely affected that
consumpoa seemed inevitable, waien
a M-end race tended New Discovery.
We tried it, and its use has restored
him to perfect health." Dr. KingLs
Mlew Discovery Is the King of throat
and lung remedies. For coughs aad
colds it has Bo equal. The frst done
gives reWle. Try it! Sold naer
guarantee at all druggists. 60c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free.
WHEN HE MEETS THE KAISER.
John T. McCutcheon, in Applet 's.
But when Teddy meets the Kaiser.
Well, the pen simply falters and re-
fuses to go ahead. It would require a
poet, a war correspondent, a rhapso-
diet, a dramatist, sad a hi torian
all in one-to do justlee to the evest.
Two of a kind! Dynamic force and
a human volt face to face! And the
pleasant things that strwggl to burst
out in chorus after thbe Irt lew words
of necessary formality. 'ie seen Is


the thbsee room 5-k Thoo4m"
shows how hbe slew a I- wll-be ad -
for am hlstrical painter.
Pages at cale staff ocean ot
pbotnajapha, heavens lighted by o
prolouag Ma ledios of rework&t s 41
sion tralap d J v'4lrt 0era
ward, the Oder Uegl5e.
large site, for ReOMgeMt. heoar
=tember9!pA Ia the fla Jian me ,
Marching cb tor WWIlam. A An e-
change of hotgraphs, al does and
CostumA 6 walkitag I -mt a bet-
ing contest, a Jmsamg tests, a
climbing contest ,a taUIa0 4ostest.
The Mailed FIst v ae the tp
Stick! And In the meatims Wau bia
ton will expire with ey. aas. I
ealsperatlo.


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dress Mrs. IL i8smAws rOs 3, Loath
Dend. I ns
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must. remarkable s4 ,iu, ti..
worl are kow "man uW
nests, hr the reamgs that they a.
buaml I a dap part h a4i W4 th i.
tim. oleeequetly, a travelerma
readily direct als course by their ai
In hist M rft divore 7. A. Duxamh
of St, Lok. says S'the Lw yo i.
his man"ied Ub his wife a twOOp
into i houses, changing every Sl
Months. The comla= t ys hI
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either toja i hr j=t u'seuc the
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sweet aed the east is hraeed, or
trimmed and I very laborate in etw
fet. .
The- aoude tIs more *ad more to
raise the walwt&na -tUl- re sems
tobe no divjilftg AS ait the dresa
is "an anll gh esoet; al so clever
bave-the mo smae that they
have bbtained a *Gset for all fg-
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s1 a de re s daMefa dresusmakers
to -s tshe r* skirt. the strong
ekmAt1the sO wnmwean of prac-
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fost and hba ksecoes Wch are cut
forut Inepate anirt mat at reh mal a
torfake aeasppoBres by the linings Inroadcloth
gue st are sitablte fahbris. It a ed
collar. Cs & seves haingplete the se.
tcks fallovwe longi lacpeunder leeves.-
ect, a trbelt Ipn shaped buttons oned theo
7% skirt that an buttoid down the
t Is extremely fatshlonable to reveal an
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taed ks a over long lace aioderleevesm of
ah the belt aIs shaped aptnd t6 stted ton
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'rw~ *rflL& IFO rMAL RSUND~AY ONNG.OCTOBER 11. 1908.


THf UODURN TIST .
Min west out west o gst w ge

erivrs =r a c ed.
1 M& day she -tak a 1th 1 .
When riding took a il; l .
And wouldn ay t heNb 1W
She lost her ecklebe sa- rlf wag
And o -dry Joleles mkedi
Ala! she had to do these things
Became she couldn't ate.
-Town TeSW.
CHARGE FOR
nRRAn AND BUTTER
Revolutonary PrIpsal Mad toi Rn-
taurants Sots the Dyepape Dis.
trict in NMow York Talking.
(New York World.)
"Ten cents more, please."
"What for?"
"Bread and butter."
"Well, Ill never come in this place
again."
The foregoing dialogue between
patron and waiter Is expected to be
a regular part of the eating game if
hotel and restaurant proprietors fol-
low the advice handed out to them by
a hotel publication to take breed and
'butter off the free list In support of
his plan to abolish a time-hoored cus.
tom of the country the writer of the
article contends that every patron of
a first-elass hotel or restaurant gets
six cents' worth of bread and butter
gratis.
"Why do the proprietors permit it."
he asks. "'Why is It thAt they con-
Unue a practice which Is positively
and decidedly against their own In-
terests? Do they never stop to think
of the tremendous loss they sestain
each year?"
Hotel and restaurant men did little
else yesterday but discuss tie pro-
posak of making bread and butter pay
their own way in the future. Up and
down Broadway and on the side
streets of the territory commamly e-
ferred to as the Dyspepsia District,
the proposed innovation had its sup-
porters and Its opponents. Allagre.
however, that It would take a brave
man to inaugurate the custom. 'or
publication the hotel and restaurant
people anounced that LB. and ..wouid
suti continue to work for asItg.
In the more luxuries
castles the proposition was discuissed
in a conservative moaaer. bat In the
hurry up hash huts on Park Row. and
vicinity the story caused the, greatest
excitement- Betweek denying that be
was Gov. Hughes and ass g a
patrons that the ban on bread and but-
ter would never reach his famous
"beef-and" bureau. John T. Meehan
had the most strenuous day of his
corned beef career.
"What do I think of the scheme?"
he repeated. "I was for It on the first'
ballot. It's pretty near time we pot
bread and butter on a self-supporti-g
basis." There was no m.ust-bki the
note of sarcasm that sifted through
the Meehan map tracings.
"Every one of our customers gets a
wad of butter and two slices of bread
when be gives an order," said the
bead floor walker in Hitchoek's, an-
other favorite food factory. "Of come
when a man starts after the bread
and butter record we bave to pull the
sign on him. Anything after the first
deal of bread costs extra."
"That fenow's kick would be all
right if restaurants didn't sell anything
but bread," was Mike Shanley's com-
ment.
"They charge for bread and butter
In other countries," said one of the
Hotel Belmont offeials. "but we
couldn't charge for it here. Not di-
rectly I mean. The patron pays for
it Indirectly, anyway."
At Sfteon Ford's Grand Unioer otel
it was' stated that the humorist was
in favor of having bread and butter
enter each port free of duty, but re-
garded the toothpick as an entirely
unnecessary expense.
The farmers of one end of Long
Iseland are suffering from a scourge
of devastating coons. They are the
real article.
Ismething to View.
It must be admitted that this year
the Deuoerats are doing their best to
give the republicans something to
view with alarm.-Washington Post
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styles, nobbiest patterns, and the


spoon is disposed .of at a. loa by te
big hotels, aMd that only tae alcolIc
nourishment that is 4ta ad-
glasses or sucked through Mrawn af-
fords a profit. Considering the stag-
gering bill that follow emen the- most
casual eAiwut e with .the me"m of
any of the aolresaid bli hoateoles,
such a statement appears to mert,. a
"shorter and harsher" araterlza-
tim than Is permideable ln newspaper
literature; yet tbae -ina mle .'. of
Hotel Gotham durfti a ran less -'
gime seem to prove the truth of the
assertion.
In view of all the circmsetaces,
we who live in New York can only
lament the intemperance of the
strangers within our gates, who form
the larger portion of hotel patrons,
and who are so ibananmed and disso-
lute that a Claataln hotel has no
chance of existence. 7wrbaps in time,
by the force of pure martoly example,
we may bring these besotted tran-
sients to a realizing -knowledge of the
evil of their ways. Then. and then
only, will New York be t-doketod from
that unfortunate condition which ren-
ders certain the failure of any cara-
vansary which does not pander to the
low appetites of people from Pitto-
burg and other points west of Ho-
boken.
Harry Thaw-Again.
Harry Kendall Thaw, late of Pitts-
buar and 'Mattewan. but, mow a guest
of Sheriff Lane, of Westdbester couna-
ty, may be expected to furnish ma
trial for the front page with all the
regularity of WilMiam Radolph
Hearst. WIlliam Jeotigs RBaan or
He Who Is In Wasnagton. Hoe is


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We carry a large stock of this make of Clothing, because we know it's the
kind of Clothing we can guarantee to our customers-the kind our customers
will be pleased with, and our best advertising is "satisfied cu.stonwrs."


Pay us


A WORD TO MOTHERS ABOUT BOYS' FIXINGS
We have just received an elegant line of Boys'
Suits in the stylish and popular shades-mouses,
tans, modes, etc.

POPULAR PICES-$2.00 to $5.00


both regular and


Ages 3 years to 17 years,
Knickltrbocker Pants.


THE M. & 0.


Everything for Men and Boys.


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NEWS AND VIEWS OF

OLD NEW YORK TOWN


By Glen Guernsey.
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less the case. The statutes prohibit
the establishment of a bar within a
prescribed distance of a church, and
the Hotel Gotbam is within the limit.
Therefore, the environs of the inn
have been perforce of a dryness and
aridity unknown at any of the other
big hotels in the city.
For three years the rumless cara-
vansary has struggled along, vainly
attempting to make both ends meet
by disposing of food and lodging.
Failure most, miserable marked the
effort, so it is said. The expense ac-
count accumulated with all the dire
certainty of death and taxes, but the
profits were non-existent. Only fru-
gal folk patronized the hotel, and the
Suspenders" avoided it as a dry and
dreary desert, since in all of its twen-
ty-one stories there was not a place
set aside as sacred to Bacdhus and
wherein the thirst that tortures the
Inner man might be assuaged. I
The troubles of the Gotham are
used by managers of other hotels to
point a very immoral moral. One and
all they declare that the nutriment
that is absorbed Into the human sys-
tem by means of knife and fork and


Priced From .10 to #20


a visit; we will be pleased to show you these
"Fine Clothes."


Shoes.


Shoes.


Our line of Shoes cannot be surpassed any-
where, both for nmen and boys.

We carry such ce rated A imes as the Barry
$3.50 and $4; the Reed '$3, and M. & 0. Special
$2.50 Shoes, in all the diufeent leathers. Weawait
your pleasure.


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_oeUt.. frsnt page, last Oau-, -
Mo ,ay. when a court am
White Plains to sit ea- hia imhlas i
remains and attempt to .- diaw
'whether the macisry la worklst
in a normal manner. aIn other w ,
Mr. Thaw ls tired of beg coadtereit
a St inmate for a foolh fct a. .
has employed experts who will at-
tempt to persuade the Oet that his
boaa -SU~ahave est|y subsided.
S'Imtrlet Attorney Jerome. whie not
directly mterested in the edoamn hear-
Iag, will doubtless make his Iuslnce
Smelt. He has recently maae tab p,*-
le assertion that Thaw ia a.L0.4 dan-
swous perw-ac ae mat uft .. be at
large, and that a long.. poesuthmok
should not be allowed to deteat oe
ends of Juatice." Justite to Tsbah, Mr.
Jerome believes, consists ia keeplma
him safely in a sntg padded eaM at
Mattewan, among other crimtaaly :-
clned "bugs," -a leo as he ves '


She Ukem Goeod ThM
Mrs. Ches. E. Smith, of West 1ob
Hn, Maine, says: "I like sed ,M
and have adopted Dr. Kn's Now
Pills as our family mtatfve i~,ta
became they are wood a ad 4 o t.
work wifumt making a fuors aut it.,
Thebase palalessm puriers sod at aD
drngitsa. 25c.
Mrs. George M SBvely, of PeorJa,
IL, ha just been Ulesed to corn
Mad the rer M samer City o(
Peoria. h, Ia described as a
.somsh bsmess womsa n and well
qualiied for the post of steamboat
caltala.


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VCooking or Heating Stoves. Come, examine our

i.', d t4o tIh eorwnronmtial va2lu offPered. Our


range of patterns and makes is unexcelled-qualities and prices

considered. Well meet the demands of your pocketbook, too.


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New York, Oct. 10.-Waat to buy
a neat little tweaty-one story Aiotel?
Very well. Such a *ravamsary will
be placed on the block. nextzweek, to
be knocked down to the highest bid-
der, and the purchaser will likely get
a bargain. The hostelry in question
is the Hotel Gotham, and the fore-
closure sale was ordered by the courts
on a third mortgage judgment for
$455,000 secured oy the Knickerbock-
er Trust Company. The foreclosure
is subject to two prior liens, aggregat-
ing the neat sum of $1,950,000.
It is not likely t iat the bidding will
be brisk, as the Hbtel Gotham has a
skeleton in its closet.. Although one
of the newest-and best hostelries in
the city, it has been an utter failure
since its establishment three years
ago. The Fifth Avenue Presbyterian
church is declared to be directly re-
sponsible for this sad condition of af-
fairs.
The church in question 1.i located
within 200 feet of the caravansary.
To the casual observer, it would ap-
pear that proximity to a house of wor-
ship' would hardly be suMelent to
damn a hotel, but such is neverthe-


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SiBarrow, arrived yesteay morning the screen of the temples Ind mouw 5,. 1 11 I
sfrom points e her line. aSne had a menis of Egypt and Assyria confrnn
numbrofp e9r and a. full cargo iesang Biblical t, pmald and In ly







The, riih ..ea .ship ao .... an, .tly. The lecture for oniget w .. .. .

.----Llif 1J wharf yesterday, y morni3n and sailed the way in wuicb one Bible text hal OW.
Sth afternoon or onon come down to us the mance oof-
L Ierseg cona ti th o"laot9 a f1 at 9a.



Sa _- -arrive _arvport. --yesterdaiy rmol n Gl fdngo of Oroldest tneandscrps, amn ot o-
o woiat cargo ainetrasitn. She da me r7s: oS.itaopo isextecdedrt




,^^ .__ -~ '. ~ ^ ^ufi The British steamship White Jacket QTr- 'TrA I r w t
"J'* jk^H( : _al wil move from the-stream to the sXc VICE.S TODV-LAYX. II ru- from wcith- mth
Sralroad wharf Monday morning to Ministers are spectTuly request- guaranty of pcrfct sat.-
"I- 'comPmence loading cotton seed oil any change In the order of servl ic isfaction i fit and finish.
cake. ato their Ourespeiv chuches. Neoti
a711C--.- * for this ch luma should reach Thoeby. -m
.fI- B" ^._- The Britisht steamship Stagpool ar- Jteraal not later thua 6 p. m. on Sat- E n y, tOO, JUdg-
.. ----Bma. llrived in port yesterday evening. She rday of each week. ing by price compari-
-tn-spign to hi.nA. e erit 0 C a -o. The order of ,.*-nsrat the v'ar io us
numrierfpa smaak Hafll car rived wii be as foblowt : pse n
mdonvwsith 16,000 pounds of PPepIr. 7 a. n. Chli gathe H. in.. L i fo- a
S Mags. 10:30 a. m. ,ary and Vespers at
...__... '-' The smack Dixie brought in LOOP 4 P m.. Benedictlea ) p. m., baptism i
'i a pounds of mackerel to t E. Saunders .,. -i- r L MAn ER
,f ._ W H .t ^ ilf Ha ii too k an. b nuhed 2,000 pon--ds 0( beach fish. 1d- Vespcrl Rosary ad Benedictioin ofg -
owha yesterday mand ng and saile md taes w i t ain t uctine. a t7 d9 a
* hurc Blend Sacramiet at 5 p. int. Bap-
to leave for t y esnaer dayfrom G y veningsd before Suiiys ., fDays of
.... wi ...t h carg n t as it h l .O Seu ia Flm i ct will by re. A le re ever
wil I loailnt ody iin hr.tiservic efo.te ans e stl _sfo_ out
A g- '_y B ter .'we weld not detract The river steames Capt WPrit ancd c Jackson etreet.L lw Mass at 7 a. m.
.m agar wing, butel- i_ wllmot efe are mat frei treght for th Mass at -.S aT. e am. i
ou. rg fal polatn up the baT. Ble ase Sacranmenut. 5.: Week day Massi
W" *heqr ,mlbur t small or tenant gsw- e** * at t:q. confession Satcurcas. Even ot ice
& 5t -a ^ so lo -z alo expert in manisa NORWEGIAN STEAMER WAS Feast on First Friday, 4 p. m. YOur mStisactuo
Irth^i~scssr s^ts. di* eili CAUGHT I_ THE *vURRIcANI sAser.
t ~ As _Afo sr tgh isco lm sFirst Baptist Chulchr-Rev. Thos. M.
yOr wMrf w yri Within y e --..e Pr. Callaway. pastor. reeMece 114 W. Gads-
Pw .m W ie Pt h -- tb af M h- e vastly more ade-. Mobile, Ala.. Oct. 1.-The NorWe- den street. Sunday School 9:30 a. in. IS worth more to us
T, Bsse..sh .iiag.- S n t ma e *mm .M i". a mond l .ae. thanB. In.0 tn- allc the cold type
Jvlldil o re e d h here teday afterW letng ator-b AUi a cordially vi .. _
PL^^4S BrIss consia w wgntedt ro mo A- MerSritt Co :. s.Prea town
S e M H th. with a tropical hurricane euitered ~ ad aaIn an 4th ss in each month
W.1 s. g j* -'i* POat'II. i a the Gulf o Mexico, of the coUst or a. m. a 7:4 m. Sunday School That's why this busi-
yea erdayth. event unday at S:4 a.C m. Prayr-met-i
a W5, a .h The Ste oust out the t uirrt- w. P6IT. e-r ysuo oamt 6:4p s. m. hness keeps swinging
1** 3, wouw t W ft masy tMurs, tUc pvers o( West MIl Baptist urch.---Ims west d so rai
--- i Of f ptnlng ad sye of the i a- .-reaCchng every frat 3rd Sunday. at
^t a eott^lWt lact bel: da1ma1g. a33:. a : .to Sm unda Scha? GOOD
ft Teaeinixtossed aotI W ever Thursday :-- p. n. B. Y. GRC IF
dp o u nd s ofaa c mk e rlsle st olLeZ thew s e a f r a y -rs .s a p-Lath a t UI aA L .r m t

Apl9 tX 3 49 $ Mailges attitii A< gt 3 50c sd (8 StwMas the worst stiie~ ver apeprt- Chrtawt Chsrsh.-Ret. P. N'. Whaley, D. PURE
I ar g 1 &l neod; the ane l ba L Da Recte. Sprvict.aat-:46 and 11 a. m.
d Aa h5eif ni.,... the sr"Mscbra h.rgan ,. recall yatn.night ser- FOODS d
0, the the lee. nSa daymcho tatp.in.ol- :4
l the storm ra ao the Cban t. Kathancdm'-Holy Communion. 7:00
pe~s r wk s^ a. coast. Nohe smcFv or it a& anclcT an srr PRICES RIGHTa,3p..U
44-Nm T" N" bW it WimI tthat 1 .Giine uld meets in the A
khave t ta werea sot Fpesa darere ery o Wednesa afternoon at :e4 ALL RIGHT.
aSl Sp 100 were is that vicit. St. Johfl5 warr'lngen.-Evenlzig pry-_
r toea A terorer wtlsn rappr drive Tse * r an sermon 7:a3 p. m.
6lId ae a .|U1t -rt letter, STEAyieI IN COLUSIO. ars OT. bef.o e
.-i... .."e .. .ed curty h.r B* Ames e the First he CShurch will be hld 6 O
VOr MM ae man aratedae bMutTe t neverte el HuJcn L.-NmaT b -Te a t


AiSr ic s R W ". da age. e Chtteer w all preside at the organ and
PTOg'he Pret48ia bele g to th. "am* Bev. C. W. Gavin win occupy the pulpit.
yuw.pwygg. S lglg Th lhmer welive. the more we aJ- bur-America Ite a d left New S ---Ln stt ed.hst .. ..
ea +ialm -.gdmt Sgentle IMa, and York September S fr ra--burg.. The 3A.ders t Sda Seh :KNOWLES BRS.
aS SSo at we I or a atWs. Nippo-ia is owned iu tetti and left a. am.. W. R. Bennett. Superintendent.
Sw f egmrm= a t a -s b-,t i be, L SwedenA Augst 1. for W S at u a. i. Evening service at FI U a.I
.t ._ when tedsMA Fde st apt s -A Cla Tn con- R. LaF. T ARINE.

of at for dly niwi.hi. n oltA y tr.d P75r e Calla y ta e t o r e 1 ISit e eunc Al lU4ANW GI Y N W
Nih n g iiw s SJ l h rl'lA t v etta,-Ly o------- t Av. er i V.a. M.a he aIst Misi.omnlatV on Chu rch-Corner 11tha.-* S S cod /o
f-----d-- -. ----r e-- "S E "<9 .- Ik tI Uke and DeLeon streets. Preaching 2- Set id ee
S. .. Auste, Aust 3s, CosUlich, 116, or T n. and L 7:45 p. in. Prayer
tonet with Mu eaesi tes, 5e metPry Thr-sd a .4 ch5p Corner SOUTHERN BRICK CO.
f aarh r 4pes staves, 2094 to-s ph-pbate rock. of Navy Yard Wall. Sunday. October 11. thanal e t
Sled. ISex t. Sunday School opens at 10:30 a. TlifDINt AtJ FtrE I tCK.
butt ttit Jkt, can't C ayoManzanillo, Br Css Cody, for T'.oa.iOtob.erl 1.1*wy. at 7:30 p. y 4s us e.
e6 Walar a-e tOnt --- .. .' I" p- so of his .. song service, and sernVon by Rev.
gm uceril e t We. ^ JSaSJs t is Auguate, Aus -^, for Barcelona. . R e sden Street M.
am Ags agM e at S his wife tha W t the O VESSELS IN POT .Fort ns*-At Oymnaium at ort
r season. OU c u. LT OFt RTu Barranas. Sunday. October l. 1908. un- RY |
i l Stead -lpswI. day school opens at 3 p. m.: no services
t h die tar d Earwood. Br. as,ip Bamberer, in. the morning or at night on Wednesday
.1.c 5 et silVrthdnba tidibe 15I4 Las Palmas to the Keyser.iuason acount of repairin fith Gpnsiti.
Which i 14 at t a The public is cordially Invited to attend
bit a W get x" OeMtI2ng O oe k, Co. all of above mer1vizeer.eet-GOOD
obnS?2 Womee lie longer te 1en; E. 0. Saltmarsh. Br. as, Rogers. ve.erv- PROFESSIONAL. .
ta gas M aw t ;half the women liet." If the 2369. Iverpool to Gulf Transit CO. PRESYTERa^I"n .
*H er b^omi n ST a. g 4toit do were of it, thlre will White Jacket, Br sa, Farley, 106,. S iey p a wrcsstr. r a1 at .Int Ta n YATES, M. D.
b 3Ly emoh in> ,*SS to t he egh men left after awhile St. Vincent to J. A. Merritt & Co. and 7:6 p. m. Prayer meeting Wedues- Optican.
h Ju er not, Few*Rip on, Rect C ory v onWednesday aat om 4 *ut a:lAdlg. R


45 i Rags are roS -Sameut -en wourn Sandown, r as. Paterson, M3, pastor will -ouet sees eachTuesday
-thinBZ .ubql me e-, WO 3fr virtue's a ke. This is the Joela- Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. evening at 7:30 at N-,.w City Mission., h st
S re is M the -t r"ate of one of the Mlith eaograph ebar- Anna, Aust ss. Rodrich, 13.4, Gal- L..
a the s *. oece 4 s angag up around town. As a veston to Gulf Transit Co. a t SB treet.athl-30 p. m.er h DR. J B.TILLER,
t Welo ,410, 0 Of olt ftr.. ereInu b reason 88 why Nentmoor ,Br ss. Taylor. 2293, Gi- F. Zeek supt. C. V. Thompson in charge *
of- ay T-Y O- ever iUoaw. should wear '&g for virtue's braltar to Pensacola Lumber Co. of Bible class. All are welcome. DENTIST
W ver ION ia1 Wa804 Virtue can always aglrd to Brit ss Victoria, Stepheus, 24. Ha- i cag DI .
So bebr s uwith_ 8 dm srea"o a y well.-Atchion, Ytta to Hlyer Bros. G aLuthoran 'urh J.F. t a t Phe
OU* or mulo tau at the rate (Ran.) Globe. ShiaG. W. Retnhardt. pastor. Sunday School 9 F.S 5J
"a W +m Per w- *,4 .1& Plant -_ Mabella, Nor stain Backer 1632 n. m. English services 10:301 a. m. and C iu
S a a ~ For SonPost. ,Aberdeen to order d p..m. Chuch meeting after close uof .l PHT AH.
PR to VWS O y' -anve found Bucklen's Aricea Barks. urged at Atten d.vot"' "smb
at _a _w bae Wt0-th- ive _to be the proper thin.lto use for Nordlys c. Nor bk, Chrlstensen, Norweian Seamen's Church.-Rev. Jno.
ell Wr 11111411 thte s ae eet. as well as for healing bur3s, 1464, Buenos Ares. to master Hell. Pastor. Services 10:30 a. m.; -
% haf qW ttmiigp oa or wi ln. writes M all Mr toner of abt Sa'n Antonio. Span. bk, iRura. 1242, English service at ..---.
$ -" to .--f ^i. w if-WP"_ Mr .W.H-- tone, of f avt Havna"n to master. UNIVERSALIST.
ilk 1 0 t01 beo et f tih.PetN WlMle. It It the proper thing Bellas. Ger. hk ..Ballen. S351 Lis- First Uni.versa;.s chur.n.-Fast Chase R R .A. M
t bee 1 pionhbeots-a teiar pdeiLTry It! Sol4 under guar- bon to Rix M. R i i street. Rev. Charles P. Hal pastor. ret- Reguar onvocationom tA
84 toIrn"11al, at ruggIst. Nor bk, Hassen, 7,.ue Preachig, at .1a.n.mand 7:3p Sn.e .Roa
A Cabel o. to Rix WM. Robinson. yda School 10 a. m. y. P. C.t". at 6:3012.a 7 on. Mlonkd. Isct.
uk ,, -the am ,m _-r ..... .AMERICA.. NeptuPa. Port bk, Arroja. 5"to p.a i t raper meeting Wedneaday at 7:3 a s fraternally wel-
rQr d 4. w. playi ut -. laymav. -. n A most rordial Invitation is exte-d-
Sthebonne.c re ing e Hiawatha. Nor bk, Johnson, 1406, o SALVAIr.ERSO. IL,.
come hq ous in anI to alter. o 1, Salvatib rmy-Hall o-. West GOv- t.
be1g; be is takng -his Prance to W. 1 Wittie &a Co. In charge. Juniorserv 2m!:30 p. :nV9T9RA-:FIREM
p ~- ,- Borroundale. oRu :, Ericken. Salvation Army meting p n. Ser-
h 9p-m-iAcordia Ita bk Marghenlt& Maa 13 P-- Sp.m. Acodl welcome will be ex- "ti _meeti atKnights of Colmbus

odep 1 0at Teto f I "e(end.av.ing to ... nvor to sPensacola Lumber Co.4 *e a



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growth. An honorable career of more than twenty-
eight years has won for The First National the.
name we shall always try to maintain, "The Old Re-
liable."
Capital $300.000.
Surplus and undivided profits, $140,00.
Shareholders liability $300,000. A


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FOR MOTOR CA u to her home"in De~niak ia a
.p NTHE REILY-TAYLOR COMPA Y. f- ew days. i. n ie k
-goodt I -AirA ,0 sterma, 0I NHW ORLtLANS. U.% A. N O at. r thw motor car look like Mr. H. B. Sutton, D. P. 13es !
wNilRgiveLthESteSchArs )aoopportunityfDhreeMs 'of ary bether and Mr. Brown of
tol geie ba chI ers a andtuulst ploj ...wa .. The Boggy went to een a n the 1
sThey come well down over the hair h Bells Sunday. They ent
.. to improve the work in this depart- sad... face, and if they have not much to attend the al tur ia-
_t__ __ ""aI MiEm Nto esa they are to be lion. The Bells left early Sunda


A ples tts Vrins. e parties youn 0 rom" .r orit Charlote shapes, warring the mostlnfining piers. is to prae one a cordial
number ofhis frisads. The young room or Chariot. shapes, are mostly Invited to attemd the services. I Plt iS U
A no tb.at 34-I theE .h-mkat iMrs. .r- "-'S r' of tiafeta silk, trimmed but a little The M Masonc ege met at their This young lady. the exus
W ^ -|^ L...^l. .^^ _^. ^ ^*y .0'^^,*^"^ ^,"a mA \t M I I andI gve ....- . ......... ..... .... ......... a,.eati e .f_ . .. ^ ..- 0 teen I s i t e at 11 t

aSSt ... .. t etly Tnvt r t" Mr. H_ F.S aerwl at P h e Pe-et a
S r ol ..e ,.t a.n.I. mst SSA To Mrs. Wiuto.lliam A. Johnston, the If she iA pretty she Is already aware TIPS ON NEW STYLES mr Hi er w h
gift bridal jewehat S.ther-apgameasa ,prenoceeeduntoiw wife of the chief Justote of Kahsatl of the aacpaaWithout beig told ofoit; C amps Nalton hYE aw
e- g- T as 1 %ter e er Mr Dt, trM.e- belongs the credit of e-t.bl-a tth ta nd i she ha msuclea ime. em4a Soutache braiding Is extremely pop- left for Cal aors has sat to his gtly annoy" by nsay dai
,"a s ov eruets 2 ATHOMAND ith "S-. utravell n libraries which are Bow matiop tro bee.that she is. ulat. friends thea msa iimpat of buI ss- set e. which obstinately fe
ge a th e M r It s e- T h os f g T t e a y w n ed a n d o p erars tTedI b y IN K ao ro n l rty sa ti m a k e s a s u a t 8 A g e to m M iss
Stse. teh l Aderson, Mrs. Aole stt worked tha she is now re orARNNG COTTON Thef high armole has replaced the a very accomplished yt lady u ty bohet bat waa
s- s yer glory ewely Gox i IIE, Segderqault, Miss In seel o these Kansas librharees ra --. ilong. kimono efnec t. speaking three laanaes 1eatv and h "o st i o ent w m
-1* Jp' e walle Hoh we nd. M ith Boertha tugthiralmnglb* traveiw g Ilbrare t Perhaeeypau thave had trosbh I be- T e oe a frie ndissmartsw a th n omlis twt ah hi tatl eA
4kv- ,L*tl'sCkaulls te Ne patMuleh inr e Steele o e e the ptch m the stock T 3 YOU Th<> MlnIoe hat hs smr witl a eh you ............ ...
ork ... .. tho .'M. T .lled. 1 tee l, of the United States. b. a s e tailored suit. As Ai. aexaue i w
Gr Whitehead, H, and Oct&-.Among the women who ha#e vise. t have so carefully darned has streak. Sashes of gay Roman striped ribbon guist. speaking aue rltinu $ee lan- teent anmpexxilI.tNegIngl!
'rte gset via Obes-, Mavars. Osear Ol. Torwrl t he far North is Mrs. Emma Berry, S9 tiext time shrink the darning cot on are among the novelties. tuasesfluentlya lamle ol i ee ass a
SenTMar AndersonI wisThanr eSt sinFracn hg obal g n aSiani Franc o Mieuing Thiscanbeeasilysedone..helovelI kb tlia the mioe
...lisoMunson...A. naeahneein te Atana ibaries hethest ltearea e nis hry for theI. m ere I
-- 7- .... ... her white w main. .. Miss Nellr for a ie
waill IM elrAT UrbeTts e The first woman in Swedea to re- y -t ot. CHOW CHQW HOLDER. panion. Mrs. Sear will remsla ta keep t to li iher Ieft i
S604city-PERONIAL MENTION. ceive an honorary degrees trom te u < San Francisco where .e is a each- Cpre Wiaet l is ra
Ss University of Upsala is M Selma TO o WITH DRE Any one "we that chow chow er of languages until her preset term lanch eore all aele Ch
St Lr r. JO. J. wakMa on New York, Laterlof. Her writings are becoming r O WITHDR served in the bottle. is ot a very be- expires, when sae l Join Mr. Sex t e ai all the adjacent
tDr. J. Is vIItlag Mr. and Mrs. J. Hauteman. deservedly popular throughout the The question a- a-e governing dress coaft ornament for table use. To auer in Germany we e ha He coes in eIn-y T ies
1., The next meetluof the Tuesday. world. It is predicted that it will not i s of les mptcc now than it has take away ths unpleasant sight a to take charge of his father's h- day and Saturday bri
r Echre Clubtllbe wil ,sO WsJ be at a far distant day that Miss O. been for a ceN tiy pr two.o Mr b-eeneade of pwe sh- ness. ders and freight, as his 1
,FMortAelu e. wi serlof or Froken Lagerl, as she. ts- Not lb r a. was even a question ver, Inth which the bottle is set as at Mrs. Newark of vNoluta has bght reasonle and the la e
r rt al"own In her own land, wM be meamo e A wo n foty it they were ha been purchased. all of the Sunny Banks thoob c-bored loe Trovate wharlee wei
Miss Marlo Avery wl l be hostess naaed for the Nobel pre. teooeo to west white frocks. TO FINISH ARMHOLES. White Plymouth ]ock Chickeos, and charge the CaptaE a Is a e a r
of the Thuraday Morntlg Bridge Club&e r .t of A ,,c e Nothing is prettier on an old lady i r s busy gettna their winter home tha trade.
at its next maetg. MAKE MUTTON LIKE LAM. than this snowy whiteness in soft ma- To finish armholes. Instead of bind- _
.......... Mutton ehope hide ryterials- ing, French seaming or overeasting.
Mt 4- rs. C. D. .s.t-entertain y tender, quite as nh so as lamb. I she s hou never wearanytinel ust stitch ar mhole twice and trim off
T ie oan e thof t .C HonayW Afternoon before they are boiled or frieal they xI the house a the year round. It close to second stitching. This is less
agae tol. ZeWMCOltedi M aw her home, are allowed to simmer in just a MKMe lAso does for a awarn weather out- work, but at the ame time neat.
water on the back of the st ae. Se0 e0o 0 IT ser ar.r the bot e t ae be e is e w fl J M
.J. Mrs. vierset dMobrs. will entertain also makes the flavorASMi5eea tet As for the amgeted question of black. *ONOGRAMS ON NAPKINS.
diisebern a.hof tihe Tuesday After- AMmIRATbN ee" f ow a of the latest table fancies is to
W Nbeo emuacr e Club bat the ihome of her UNITR WOMEN It I well to haveit as a back- b the I Itial or monogram directly aa aa
-ge o water, Mrs.. Jackso Brandon. N i but toe well-dreMied old la- mn the center of the napkin.
loom,3&. and Mrs. C. TA. Wilkersonrand Personal admireV-aever--totax a dies lot t going in for gray. COATS HAVE OPEN SEAM&.
MISS ario leave today for Jwck- woman's head. as It dpritamanes.forMae, forto It purple and white,
o --Ifte r the --eeaht of Mr. Wil- She is not taray vala It s. mannd for str black and white. aMany of the newest long coats ar A t ei nte fl dhstrad oe all
A Hbi A "IJIH' Ga ItM -I_ n ii "n" wItei----n-- t l opened up the seams to within six or b i
eight inches of the waist line. g,
S._ bySo ttlOMrs.C. D. tentertain-Frequently straps of faney braid arennttnhpd-
.1.1o. 0 I l0er er n 'fastened across these openings by ICWT a Cg
I tlm Te s afternoon at the means of buttons.
M pano, he t^ts, Mr. and Mrs. T-
Of.ar RI North Reua street. Ol' thle I SOME VESTS HAVE NO BACK.
bfMrty.arC.e ld.l fadbantchltrenwe l will The fantcy vests which are being
...... .. a et mmy9 Mat r.otas today to PAm. worn are often made with no back-
sA L, Cl.u th will a remala dur e the fronts are connected by a strap ot
I t e Afterwnards oing- lasttc at the waist line. This makes
Sr s. ac s r -. o at Vithout diflfculty.

71Aand Gar de n e.soIin- a nv r PETTICOAT S FOR BABIES
rfsloaa bn o the n tlew t log coats ar
Ar Fr Je-Ad e the hems tbd hem are ttle
v- by t^ ru e Ru u ml n Chrysanthe m u m 6X ` J I hes of the w ais t li ne
B ''^^ .. ,-.. 'b. .. ----,-- ........g.ew.l iisNo. tIi East Intendencia Streebrrad


..lt Xe M Jaek a and two chiln. t spread before you would do p on no y n.
wholM BTn bv good If te couldn't eat. What good
wee 8 Ih s M r...ding several Mweeks. mans buttdoaon. wIA .....wenians

and C. P. 11"11Mad cren will Ten fancy vestswhich arebeint g* e by S

-B27 East Jackson Street. a w tMow tr maa A dewh nm
Wesi- nt t- "'" ........a .. DZ rt Fashion Feature ^ AOUND y as A BO X O F M O N K
4e sat tt heit ll.ross. pasty fe ed and thin.





S bolw Ribbon V-alli. a ;. poss ibTlejourao. There wit em wt hsthresm te lt e
I_ X or ,.t r. KFtGs and fCreamily, of Mary E.I and ftr ant it :. 6h d





SX *-CUM bbn Aoctio illthr returned last week to their forE Se. 5I satd
*I ,haive ft' .0atO.9lwherwetoiorntybbait ethehld. 25te c o, 50c and $1.00 Mr N








P S- tord street, aweeanth m A U t n17eir plaunOts were fully matured killedNyWA Id Sl
Wire. s s m -*ma. ea ANe.E Tar

weeksFlg' oodi" oSlSa retur t tchLeet, Pensaco gla.








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---- he Bay e-, eor*er Go eranmest Jw tic Iss fo-hara accnd Mary Eice acco-.
/'- eofsl ick.s ur..w "tc Sodda a t ee m me fr nieed by their brother Mr Jon El.ee & t
Jako--lele ew.tooe P oai st wed teat theory"














S-i SuO b f T *s a bring lent their anome' Prspect Heights *l n- e1
_thcr retur\d _./t week t..thei'r"f-or-' e-s--m"----




Sd e.... Trdh morning, took passage ohe
O l e-- : t.ae mall launch we re ture illed


pms te oe ute am- the
|- nst will pn aet a-.
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Lli&A ib I th3c' uEin


coronet Paft wavy and. ~
stuwaght -utwnes. fltfy hair
rolls. Hair 4aet in diffeenot
shades. Bonumg-ods. at lowest
groomat
Mms Nardsuoius.WMiinery,
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A full Ine -dll. a~stand mixed 4
pid^ o M.IWM Vbhdee, Oat- Jaw
mom -"Pie OW in Jimu*h eater
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Rdcasumeve 'was- uaset ~sse.but flnannl, svgor sea-wy
-washa~e fahrele eseaft%, be- rn alter the inme eI ThIre lit
fl~AN N, te frock was entirely wIthqt,' but was on' t a*a" and edactive
incu.The hc was mmo1ai. Ate &4waMsb..t.heWa
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ta m Theat s
A lae wcmW afted the Star
.Tha*At pmyela. The Life of
fmws.. a Seft aim in colors,
UAttIe Ms a WMOkerson. with
her et Vikse ad winning ways,
a eft mm al aplause. It 1.
S' e bimt appeoa on the stage,
as he b-apa We In the baby show,
bt -U'ye ina in Slumber
Nfc 1s-*ad* a hit with

*t yhey .we a the services
ca Mr. 'mask Mrs A G. Baley to han-


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Win OJU310"O40 HMereIN His POW.SatPUY, "SCi'moppei in New yerkm

too* a* Domd offm Onhail.' byr dW 4aUthe =Wk- U'ects will be
WU111r ., 'Put onWI~thte.pictwv
bw as )IfJr. Smiecti.. from Geo.'
h~h~md i t ~mnina I ~mi- ~. &an Raeitplay. Back to 141.,
Ubic Siera Ivesby CM& Hoplar.
~ l~ asvg#as Ue-i,
am theMge, CeIL-s
WW- %"fWWOOV1110 for about
~ ue ftgom tstales
t~eiat~~ Y~ unoatmDur
b~iyand b at 0 __ teaf tre.
_W Illustrated songs.

WO ~e maimethat It so sa
8ameY GkftmeeeComping
mk& 7%0 PPinsulr frsk mter, Mr. Bar-


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S-b FRIE MAN
e teve toe be oa
'-t its star .

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low aa adve"tase ""M Mtin
rod tied tem se ap as
wriht. Thee ist a te s.t
Mle that of Rate aa be N o iamp -
as s bc ss-b An Entire.New Stoc
In the principal parts in sa p lt o
the star. The fw ati of the pleec
are mounted in a canrsat.. tisc Ba ma -
nor and the entiUre production tteh ea
plays good taste ad- logsc.

The ft aad last acts" William W e are Offering
Collier's new play "The Patriot" in
which-he will appear at the theatre on
October 24., show a Western mteus _____________
cabin -The scene at these act Is .*
laidin Bull Frog. Nevada. The see-
ond act shows a dawa W:room -in a Case Dress Gil kh-ub s, sold
is the oest bobiinabe
att oft L on n y r f everywhere at 1B, only Bi
characters are Imtrowed me 12/2c yard. $2
play including miners, raeChmu"a. In-_
dians. Chinamen.' ap-eest, lbaro s ..
and dowagers. The epportualtieq t" F
Mr. Coler's fnm kig can readFa y Press
be Imagined waen. be ins% surnded or 4 ble Pa
by such cona -types, P"The ,
triet iA the fut t play Is w hi the vat 10c yap. Up
he has ever appeared. ; 'ch
Al,0. & PleM Greitor Wiu W aing line of -
What is unltraany conieded- to m ust
be the mst original mintreDress that must be
ever presented for the eantseen to ed, br
of the public is the .new .
which. has been made this year T'l wo
G. Field fr his Greater Mtlr Don' -
ganization. While i t Is*a eo&LM A a. I ,
ure from the accepted order min-. quarters yor Winter
trel shows, Mr. Field's. eeption rw re
this aesmon's presentations retain Underwear. r
the salient features of American MilnW- _
*'trelsy, which are presented in t" m -
first part with the t most lavish .
play of costumes sad scenejlu
black," and"whit& face," sIagers.
eed1ans and dancers, have a cm-I
belllshment of surroundings. thay for | h e f.
artistic effectiveness, has ner beleb-
equalled in any theatrical predleti .
either operatic, or draimatl. e --
house, or conservatory, with glass -
rootf and sides, within which, balmed --
tier upon tier. are plants, and flow- r Minstrels will be here at the There is also the "Ti
ers. wMch being electrically artleau- .era house, October 13dl the lades and a gentle
sated, bmrt into flumased bloop the die and a entle
when the curtain rises, disclosing the At the Orpheunm Tha Week highly recommended
minstrels seated among the follase. Thre Orpheum this week Is putting acrobatic act. This act
In the background, an electric foun- on one of the biggest and best attrac- conledy, next will be
tain sends upward cascade: of water, tions ever brought to this city. The favorite, J. A. Jones
which are tinged with all the colors show will open with "Baby wileen illustrated melody.
of the rainbow, as they rise "and fill. who is brought here at great expense The feature will be
The perfect harmony of color, and after having been feature in all the wicks who do an extra
V hting effect. Is restful to the eye. big theatres of, tha 4gNth as the skfpch entitled. The
And the ensemble of singers and I greatest child wonder: ln the world. -take, this sketch is lul
dancers, underr the hypnotic sway cff Baby Eileen is a sin of no little edy. There will also 1
the orchestra, compels thb .adilrationt merit and will no do i mnke a big the latest motion picture
of all lover of really high eTass en- hit in Pensacola, as s, ia s been all effects by the Orpheu
tertainment The Al. G. Field Great- over. the country, wat for Baby. chestra. During the o'
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DRY


three D'Monloes
man who come
as a novelty
is full of good
heard the old
in a beautiful
the five Sedge-
good comedy-
Artistic Mis-
1 of gocd com-
be seen one of
es put on with
im famous or-
vert.,re the- or-


GOODS.


chestra will reader some vgry late
selections.
The management wishes to request
all ladies to remove their hats during
the performance, he wishes to also
state that there will be one matinee
every day, rain or shine, doors open
at 4 p. m., curtain rises at 4:30 p.
m. This is the show that will make
tae people talk so don't fall to be on
band at tomorrow matinee, lOc to
alL
Sincere: "Sir," said the young man,
respectfully, "I am a poor man and you
are a millionaire. It seems presamp-


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touas in me, so doubt, to e toS
the hand of your 4augttsr. m
ove for her is o great that I 4"
be stopped *y such oetansm1.ms,
lave soeem convention and eaggv
lences. A. sir,. will you give hb it
me" 4 fa I,
The old agnate seemed iatenw .-
"But which of my four a
do you want?" he asked, motl m .
EBaerly, the suitor made agr:
"Oh, I1' leave that to you, v atr-
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is without a superior at the price and is an instrument excellent in tone, pewer,
durability and appearanOe. This piano 1 installed in the bet hMes, a"
servatories and muse haNs in the land, and is well known and widely rmseem
mended by the egkdlng MmClasnsM and teachers.
HO W y70 GfT 'r wIth every CASH SETTLEMENT sMade
mo w Toy ar .. w our LAUNPRY we egve a t'bnster.
aMe **rtItef frO the amount of the purchase, and the person receiving or
- i, eertfmit s tthe go.reat..est value before AUGUST 1ST, ISU, venhs
IAET YOUR PRINTS TO HELP YOU NOW, They will be pliaeped to bi
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Phone 322


Thoroughly

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modern machinery brins
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done. We're glad to have
you. Of course, we are
proud of our marvelous
growth-our work our
customers. Take this in-
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k to Select From, Comprising all

ves and Styles in the Market.


for Monday's Special Selling-

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About 25 Ladies' Hether
oom Petticoats, well worth
.00, your choice for $1.60.

500 pairs Boys' Knee
rts, 4 to 16 years, worth
to $100 the pair, your
voice at 50c.

300 yards Fancy Silks, in
own, blue and green. Well
)rth 40c, at 25 yard.

See the line of Furs just
ceived, $1.25 up.


We. wish to call your spe-
cial attention to our line of
Boys Clothing.

25 pieces Black Navy
Bown, Reds, Tans, in new
-..
dress goods, 75c values, at
50c yard.

36-inch Black Taffeta Silks
Guat.-ued Monday, spe.
cial 98c.
Ask to see our Tadies'
Misses and Children's Cloaks
and Jackets.


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tS .1* mwx.a -ih b .ae s hr is, M to marry mt who hada 'There was MI leep tr .ChWlahm would be t&i* ,eW <,* t wi,"' he cried. "l' a leo e'C
r othar r M ae that night sa. It was with heavy heart tuous at. e w ad tbh sod oses e a
iownof Mar th be a0- 0 mtt u opulive generosity i% that be fared forth the next moramta width for lLin rd,.while a eale isg tale. We'll drill throh adsi
Wr am i hIe ha lr -a d o d to sell CM hotm thit mWN with Wre a. Even traveling lIght, they way 30 mowes l q s4 tit the a-e- out oPre. down into the in. We
Bha s rete pdle. Now th twawils a haltt Its re l vlpe, blatt g that a eould no 4 o better than 30 miles d a tion. B had -d a a-~mesme 10 get the railroad people to rm a sling
co-eo- -division point on the L & V B and t l a Is owner his alt would be re- ad it was late In the afternoon of thd miles the uleb when I tWll "Ito the cr- and load rihtth
-, + "d grown tt s aeto placeoft l.eta.' gidR with PUler ITVro. If Helm second day when at last they relied might bei war thSe -ti bIumt Tben we can run at over to Caldcd
!s'ai i eadt but "Des" W emn wa atI a p pmI g manugte withumt 0u4derW coasemnt her their ponies before the mouth of even that wold be emeftl WiW ay-a anWt-say, I'll beit tbe'i nobody
Sex- i local celebrity. little tertue was to revert to hr the tunnel which was the visible part thing e pt high grade e. a in this tunnel since e railroad t
_te the tea He dabbled Ia real etate ob p 0 as nl M. Hrry4Chi2hBlm did not care of Franklina Fortune. Ast old 1hack not lost his determination to kcceed, was built. If Sauders had takes
miadtiV, V W h but he was decreed by- the Mdeperrte a look he might havlcuead out, but a
_W ony outlook.I soon..as he heard what he was up
l.-..... .. ......i~ a -Long into the m 1ght ha sge rest- against he went back east to slip the
leuly on the raudtbed e r IM they sl e to someone else.
A'r fbest t a rA rhad built In thte mestv et the btnnel.- "AAq you think that you can break
-g lePl Pala t n sgge.teg Itealt to him. through? isked Chisboim.
as be turned only to be 1A5af Uas tm arvtial, "Well get the sticks and pick asd
and finally he dtapped of @t slelop go to w-rk on it, declare Wrena,
.wa-" he ,b oughgh sheet ralns wearinea. striking a watch and relighting the
SIM a at on stace ,eWac he seemed bt kt 'w asipt blore torch.
0 MC L &V B *e was wakM lAegtuou" He fairlynnel to
. l"i" the ieb l aco oashakingtk hisb tht snot t, hand o3 a ledi
...mw-was trying to w cared for t e horses,'ithe armed
,- +. .,"] s. ,t odaylt a .re ay I he iasket picks an ^ W thb p,&she t s"r *r
i agu h s a sleepily. epily."-. to t1e Inl ad .
e -W, se,, dmont B i 1Daylo ht be .haagei" s ,eVl Wreiwr dllz ed tbhee m IoS
DttbiAt*,o mnirth inteurupt-ed a don'f rk a ei W -St ore tod- M e. a be-
-a t be M aen t c not daylight. Get up and come with hind to wsake thet hat Fe
mAys later Chlehwha bels wM
to ra r Tbreu rpii t-him dafwn they threat. a&T y W d r e rCo broklE d th thit "A
S, r- es, and Wienn st d to o iglW'ue .lowered by a tope, an a tmle -way
rus0 t ea h these. The laiet i a was et e i o*th "0 1 l0 e.o -f. -"
aiia t at scarcely su ic ent to. ~hthi w n ll tt l hteo ota I
,M See iwayv, but W epnL. st ouaer a g tj 1.
-M --- m T fee l, r*look a.t his watch IDfSe ius to tie"sa is the q att a c heka
until they, had d ul 4rable the w .on itea -al the- x -r te
deep into the ide of thq nmoustal -
Franklin will run the tunql4r. .
There was always the possit od: ,.agiol. podded. 'm_ ae_
striking higher g"adesanl. Pfti[-rb. el 4
II Mlit was the starutai worked until hIs last Vehny wal me.e t y ao-ut that I am out here.
M cr engaft s ev te l Most of the ore lay outside e ta tonad s aS rg W re s onataede Ween
of M that runw mouth, forming an artifickat gIML*!Mai Ja. tube O alj a
l ti l Te1111. Y aou h oe in front of the, trance. It w was perl, pl L ThsU d
,0 l Slp r to- J ac the 'fectly *f@ there., fot no e -wa- s* eu --lt .d t i-m pel
MiL ralk st WAY.foolbardy as to attempt to eir it koffa. ia1 ti.. ete
'."S q llelteof el "Now. I' lll- you7," s aUouC4eM"S peamin 1 -
,Wren as he uddlecdWr hose teocr. beay rt '
01 i iia ota allhe .Sgo.,- "l'!l swear that I hest the e*-tsaboa-It's worbt
.e.av ibhis-eet. Overland -a little w.,
I l-h 0e t aw msw" west-bound freight tta
SL'e'pwyss V't taluntieted ** -~- as soon as the O d -"ft a
7e -Wo talk"twtu t TR IyIX UTD Y NOT DO Bsj- ijx THAN 3o MILES A DAY. hear tohant-W hear ta l

wM I mesa," was way and he ran survey lieas fto pre- for the money, but he wanted to spare the only sign of habitation, was slowly mleThat's just it" explained CWrensholm, "4If uae e tMSoAd Citf
PAeOIW.Naew.e tihe pectors, but there was tltf tat h her the unpleassatmss -o a quarrel rotting away and -le decayingg boards "Chtjar the freight ies because the 000, You say-o
Ap be s MMe. it Iyou ga n- could not turn a hand to a d h was with her guard and be thought well served only to furlah them fuel for rock's notw there. Wi en the' b mt the "Tat wasw
Sa le orf informationas tinAht 6f the nntaing nebea te heir p fire. tunnel they rn i-ito a sort of cave I've Chisioi. "He sd
M WSa 1eed to "mplete the tory and geography. Ncw he Inew +bat it was all a "These boar-Is eest aboit $3 apiece." ubeen in it. but o one ever explored to see Nell married to a man of pui!
'4 Vf $ 10'0 sbar ste Before Wremn left the room, Chi- lwfndle. The Itpu"sive effer ~.vs a declared Wreni as he broke ore up it fully. I've an idea that it goes.back erty. and he sold us tie fr i ag
l A .the euw*M d O led ..1 holm realized that E ea Sandegs tid elver bit cf ilag. the- gi.,artee, wibth a hatchet. "Franklin was too further than we believed, and. tht it is of its real value. '
eal KIlli A ea6 k a toast deliberately swiWdled him fb selling which had seeuFd so fair ) a.cK east high-toned for a log hut and he wanted : no- the end of thisA tunnel that the "Aad three time what he s
I*- tbW-hliked him the mlae. He had gone toik te was bu t a trick r+peat wily psaaed on boards. You i-an imagine the tt-ie cave terminates. If it is--" it," sam Wren nitl a ch
m~miag bock as hand :f Saunders' ward, Helen Hale, the usasupe,-ttn t ud tae assurvues of they had getting them in over the With a dull rumble the west-bonnd it waes al because be watd toe
a 7Weoti. sId l me s Inrin m qger ;and Saunders had sil- the railr:iad'-. pri .y was a ghavisv trail." f-ei-tht rattled -ast and the torch fell you fet ahead. Wat, is g il
St sale. "l~tilyiverted tel eonverouatil to talk bit of humor wU.-t addel tu Saunde-s Chish ns;-..ed. The r,--ereere to from Wrenn's hand as he spring to his all ght. Here' s tha
Sr i m and of dmnes explaining that be wat4 offorence. tie t-ail reminded him of the task it frst. happy when he finds it out.
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.-lf d -,l.- (\ .. .e rth ,-hn-
a Y-j N y stfveral-a.tgly 'c4ges,
SMoAy e e course. Presently
SIw.,re te open -. sea. Dicky
d t fishing tackle and
brew over bit Ine.
lit i' fiso oodtx that he
ave no fte4 tiag'ri' else. but
by. 4i zWlowly muffed along,
pt her e** 0 the -boat Coqdon was
LI-ndit1g. .
It looked. veW m"4 like the Swift.
it there merMrtamn umall points of
iereaswle coined Molly that.
t was another ot with which Con-
kw )w>e44 w W thh boomers from.
hk HuryUp Altaeemted to be the
*1e *as- it slipped
*hk isanUl.y, the motor

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for tI~e~p~
cpftful
Am she
eves anna


a uf4e apart when the explosion came, was a .chance t.ait -.t'hy would 4ot she kn-w that !h4? was -t u-rying.
-and to Molly it seemed that the Huit ry reach the stecn lhef- ,e 0-he care up. "You-'i li.tlv to ia.ke it (,lick,"
Up barely crept through the water.J Dickky had -." rwdld ,; beeide her i urgdl d he boy. "Thli fvg's coinig."
TIwt* tmy fingers that clasped the' wheel' and his exc'te ***n& seei-d t,-, etve to Almost as hlie oke a thick. white
were whit~ and bloodless from the- quiet her as sl.e s .oke w--rds of e i- I mist closed in on them and -mnly the


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"The Hurry Up" away from the dan- Scarcely half an hor hwad llod
ger of the flames. when there came a geotld tlPol W at
Together the and Dick got the alt- er door and Cono'. ,ard -W
riost unconscious man into the Lboat brought to her., She w wV e p st*s
and, with steady hands, Molly atoliedt o"*dr "M 9in i. i iio-s
a temporary dressing to the burns e parlor. The ro n nsag -rel
his face and hands. Then se left hitm pla.db ob th; 4gqtiy M
t: Dicky's care while she resumed her y u rW otw- e w# h aswi
place at the wheel. "P ... h e.
In spite,rof its difficulties shel made '
for the north chanAl, .for tbat. was "M as'. ot veqy l
the quickest ronte and she cowld .see q. icdy '-te deeter-' He
that Condon was stffriug greatld and oald not sl atop at
should be landed at once. to Colpe, wS. to tan yo4* Uf
The shore was lost in the bhak of a lbate
gray. but Molly was Iused to starig 'AbW? te Mt"' asked Maea
by, compass and with lher eye q t-he lww. '"I ,Idd se that It was noe* tl
needle she threw in t*e high s 4id-W SOL '
peered sharply into the bank of.1. Vlol i tht, -hesem1-t
Condon was sitmg. up -in d&e it 1.
now and out of ,he eye; sot crbfW r to uge .t
by the bandages, he watched ul be.b a it OWd dep I hI & to*
miringly. He would' iot have t you excrd in e
run his own boat at such a ever s.old
the fog and when- Moly tnetb through the o rh i rt *
up the buoy hei vidded hi* edi ]='. "It *terse -a
provingi. ".u
Molly cut down speed lit*. *- rthe-+ 'Asit d S iOA
tortuous bW**c be thy -ade 0goos ieptf C' Cat .


; b'OAT WAS HOLY'S NW-EST FAD.


rigidness of her gs aWlp do.- trfcoinent to him. roaring and crackle of the dames,
wee strained to see t Chai be-there in-a minute," she serve to guide Mollv. Then the
Emg' on.- -eed bravely, wondering why her flUames gleamed redly through the mist
-The .auues were UWax inM tered so. She seemed to see and in a, moment Dicky had graspm d
bt they kept o "the -b e r t 'hrosgh a mist and ye CoQon's collar and Molly backed
+ .' ..k mis. -and .., Cle


were hela t-
the boat. -
He was hurrnd
sician's and after
Hurry Up" eamd
home for a go 4
know jpst wha- t
but it was a e


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wM-an bg e bhp4,b Moa.aand
S tes t eopetthe irwho
:6i he blushes
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~ Thm ml~rs& ang ad tibe com-

JP...t*-- -dmdog Steal-
on em do mwaretwheir Cap.
~. lames tx* I." ith*o be we-


ck'sand tb ft -has lbe=nadvet-


tised for a week." ,
"You think that I stole the 4Ogl
The girl's voice was cold wnth oM
tempt.
"I am loth to believe ite" -t sr-
Brady steadily. "At the s
Mrs. Renview has made herseal
ill worrying over her lost pea. -
now I find te dog m your
and evidently upon terms o
tywith you. .
')ona was brought home 66
morning." explained the grl, 4
Ce tb 'dog every worin. -
-wn, the dainty little h U ad
face, in every line of -wlaclh ip
stamped refinement, and his 1e
troubled. .
In his heart he believe t-h
girl spoke the truth, and yet it
iuConceivable that this cbmasu-ft
should be employed at saN *s c "
pai .ti.n. ++ .-.. :
N is thr ,i--, +So .fto a
dro' the incideit after a. an
while his head warned hima MJ


ive himself should be


learn that his instinct s at
0


fault 'and that, he had passed on, ig- I don't believe that I to go at
noting. Moua's appeaL The Renviews alL"
were childless, and Mrs. Review had, "But you do seed o -ge. insisted
comeidated her action on the dogs. the girL "I have the right to dImip
Sopothing of the deLate, the girl at now." -
read io- rady's face, and her lip Silently Brady le ilnto atep beside
cuylrd in scorn. her. and they crossed Ath pK
"I sm 41S you find it difficult t Brady exerted mstf IDbo b pleaW.
credit my sitory," she a bitly; ant, but thSiW oily ere ib'me-
_May.I u t that since it is nea sy s with the of
t 4 = 14 bIe Wto be h i* Y *bim to a redoublebi 3 io1 a-",It
acc lmypy ae to Mrs. to, R ewh IU iIb e b d her tivoft di II an$


.:-i-h ss timeome-cI-
-rie It'w tibe beg' 4 I Ms m 1-

I b2 ewiRpP .aid ha- h b ect
,it h iW declared Brady exse his f S...5
o w did't k y that e
baste," wee the ia.- TU r 4mb misery. 11=
v't ha w he O w B he


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lvw pinussto.i will walk with jOel -it is perfectly dear to havem as


warming care for Monm," ra.m KVips.
Resiew. "It's so bravo olf ag ts
work her way thrAgh eCs~ IWO
her father died. Are-mu -4
the homs. Carletwt iM M
down tow. ,. ..A
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t-be washedout of-'
3i width sap asd I


'Th e ly way to care
til the germ that causes


Icb day daaiduuff
aelCted to the
prmanent injury of the
spalp, for daidihuff does
Ss CaSc voluntarily while
the hair lasts.

The only safe and satis-
fatoy r'epedy that will
kl the daidruff werm and
keep it out of the scalp is
J k.wtwbos HeApicade.


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Al* the
elawei the

ewoma in his
a up! You'll scare
ea.earthf can you
oan the edge oa the
th rubbed his eyes,
to eart.
so, John, that
of the police!" eom-
hfeu, as ahe settled back
1 and took notice.
L itOe the ,darkness.
.h-k ad. them turned in
i feia with due precision,
k place ,Dow. me to inform
wam not bouing i my
Mgr Ia my aleep, and
ha 0 tkedt lmy sleep,
P, l-/hie warranted it.
X, reading that A
a at Peasaeola's
'street cars-" but
S r.te .Sa nsmothertng
.it-tea t of sympathy
were Miin her


. 4 n-1Tr*.
i,-d it he awoke
wa- ahtfaoundh' was
< ,-_B t '"broke."


peek-a-boo.
to the view,
sock!
.. l1 a U*fc Comlng.
'peremanial bunch
iMa+ *iag to the bad
gst as swift, fast
M en- *m of its dignity
it ll ster, sat on a
Jm a Pallox street
I"'ee his views to
uatertamate enough

MTO.. 3"ic d one eye
00le Ocdason appeared
'sr aMll, was not with-
-gilcag to the bad," he
BU tal) H ehagnamimously.
1S ,I apologet c little




l! I weihed out am
^^ v japd raved the stony
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T< fi1JUMped a little,
>.wia einled posl the


I 1 | hopeless ap-
iarlq..a lgeMUd in' the door.
e" --clid Ittle children.
W iing. eyes of their
ss _ ,o. her skirts.
m eakly, "can't you
oe t a ew minutes and
talki s.'an"' and her voice
b~e el A-tt". pain of it all.
S.erly man of the cracker
eaa exDperated face to.
wm b lttle defally hut said nothing.
The aowd wtcheiu
The recent rator tao e to those
who ha fo Smed the audience for his
imt haagua -
H + aw emty back disapproval.
lhalbly be sbhfted the, quid of to-
aecola hin mouth, imerossed his legs,
arums, ead sbzambled into the street.
The asi 4med otfinltely purer.
S -- -e -o.
Ye" P;WsOM To Pate.
WhaM Apt Grace came to Pensa-
cola to vist er brother In the town
whieb she hid not seen since her mar-
riage her -yeazoldM nephew, Louis,
was allowed to ride to the station in
.the bgay with his father to aid in we'-
coming her.
WhWm- the b y hbad started over
the 6f im ar reed toward home and
LaU hWt UMa lMll stock of his aunt's
hat, trkwvling g*wa and purse, while
Us MWtbr was impressing her with
an Ide of the famUy's standing and
ilI the community, the boy
awm.W, `ittllrace, -u ought to see
mW aufthre shine! Gee! I' Just
te fther coughed rather uncom-
fortaM and Aunt Grace suppressed a
muie wrr the hasty varnishing and
pefts o _f f urnm e in her honor.
"A I was sayiag." went on the boy's
father, who ha lost the thread of
his sto In the vdeltem.nt. "that back
forty ear the -bay shore ought to
9 Aunt Gr,.a broke in LAouis.
as a MudLeam Mea struck him, "I got a
night-4 L. ee! It's a regular oe-
aplit up the.a like a ma's. You
can am
"LlOW f ather, "you keep
qulet! Z fAst thatrm talkt
with yew .a-t? 3smt you aay
aggauersr"
"ob. l tlk. aid Aunt
ce. "m seeg0 for a los
"Be Now't to have aequked
.aw sense -Ath.-*e *N-.' said her
Whem 4heP6M* the house Las
bept d i maul during the fam-
fly ween she w t to
the b away the garim
of her "W- 'm_ s volunteered
to hat -be te, ea door be


Letters the Thing.
From the Baltimore uas. .'
"Let who will writ, the plattgd ms
of a eampatrie." t.h.ks Mr: ,farbt,
"so I may read the letters"
Nice Fellows.
From the Newark News.
Nothing could be more prop-r r
lady-like than the gentle can.-ign-
inx of the vice presldential candt-
aates.


No

Jackson Squar -e i
nani
Coffee
and
Our guarantee is that
every can has the right
flavor, and will Mp-se I

YOU. -Only a Vo
cans "To prt
quality." Now 2 c
a poMund at your gcee. I


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AND THINGS I
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he Lancet has discovered another '
ace to the health of Indondma in
statempent made recently t A
ting of one- of the gas companies
S110,000,000 cubic feet of gas es
d every year. "At least 10 per
t-of this gas, and probably WWIic
e," says the Lan4et, "is the po-
Mly poisonous c.tbon monoxie.
wonder, when there is no move- *
it in the air and when there is stag-
t mist or Tog present (a time, by
wail when the supply of gas Is in ,
at demand). LonJoners are found
complain of headache, dizziness
oppression, all three of which
,ptoms are readily invoked by
nic doses of carbon monoxide."
here are something over 6,900 va-
lea of orchids recogntIed ar de-,
ber by the authorities in the botan-
gardens of Rio Je Jaune"r. A
Large portion of this lis of plant*
imposed of varieties which hava
D or no value from any staiApolut.
w varietis are very comroM.
Ia & Kgreat ma ny of them arw rre
4h to Ww-rad from u15 to G
BraslL Other variety are fvWy
* =4the valim o af e t ttv fSxed by what eletor win
for them. varying greatly beam
>to an*. Prebalythreen4mtk
the orhid exorting bunesm..'
w. is I, Iss than a dosen ailS
she. __ba
ardb tothe edical Press antd

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a, as common among teetolers as tlp- the Erie canal. W proposed that a
'er- Indigestion is responsible al- twenty-Ave-foot eamlbal .e iag to eo-
moT more wtan anything else for re.. nect Lakes Erie adt Ontario. It is
mOsess while excessive tea drinking is estimated that a 'aal of depth sa*-
apt to play havoc with the complexion flcient to accc date the largest f
n general and with the nose in par- the lake craft wqpd eost $2,000.000
icular. Some times the congested to $30,000,0. Sab an Improvement
iose is a sign of some serious disor- It Is expected, the Canadi so.rn-
ler of theheasrt, or it may point to a ment probably will undertake wittn
sluggsh circulation. The hab.t of in- a few years.
ihftig cigarette smoke and puffing it ... ...
btroagh the nostrils may contribute to Though the Uaited States army has
the external wealth of color, recruiting stations in may of the
SNew York City park-k there are few


.- Canaa'8 minister of canals has pre-
sented to the Canailian house of com-
noas a suggestion that something
should be done by the dominion to
provide a water route to compete with




A Laundry

Confidence
If every person in PonsacolaI
kunw of -t modern methods of
Ilamdeing and the careful
tfat*& nt accorded each article
aebt to. the "New Method Lai-
I4y," It is certain that they
.mM patronize this laundry
wth every article which they
oslhedl handled carefully and
iSpeMpwed well.

I METHOD LAUMNDRY.
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recruits coming om te regwar park
loungers, but most attracted tothe
service by the dertieanemt display-
ed and the aom -itesimd officers
on hand to give information are those
who are passing throu the parks, or
who visit them aily ge .m'-WUy.
A breech-loader .Cle tIhe Fergason
was in utre In the. Revolatkmary war.
The first United States patent for a
breech-loading i *st w a granted to
Thornton & Hill, eof North Yarmouth,
Mass-. May ILIL. The first %uc-
cessful breech-loadi. botgun was
that of Lancheux vented about
1852. folloewkg mny Impractical d-
vices.


From the, Ow TYst -Iven'g Pont.
In other.- cn te Ne w York
earb mmuota = a, and



the *NtK< Maw p saMo
and state have '?
personal V!= ,l- Po lbuclV0-
sounced. Mr it wdl be
recalled. m- e m by
Judge W. -wet Betadd


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Jahe -l was -
thdoect. Whe eaICSed at the gs1M
station a "shell game" outit. couM
ing of three shell ad a small rali
ball, was (fau ean 'hlg.
iaselloet Health Adte.
Mrs. M. M. Davison, of No. 379 M
ford Av.. San Jose. CaL, says: he
woeha of ioeetric Bitters as a
ftanly remedy, for beads hiNslM
ness art torpor of the 1Vw mS hbo
is so pslounced tha I am pIm.r di
to say a word In Its Iavor, for f
benefit o thoe seektig r et i t f
sueh -tietlo' Th1ere Is more hm
for the digestive orga in a ba)
of Blectric Bitters than ia ay o
remedy I know of. Sold MAr
antee at al drqstsA M5fts.




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