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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 13, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01212
Source Institution: University of Florida
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PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, TUE


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NG, OCTOBER 13, 1906.


To reach all of the peo-
ple, use- both the DAILY
aand the WEEKLY JOUR-
'NAL.


PRICE, 5 CENTS.


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ON T KEHOE WILL ABIDE BY DECISION

THEOF FLORIDA SUPREME COURT

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--E- -I ------ - - -igers Came.sa t andia or 00C

B.AND NEBRO LOY^SADN and Won by HOvy : $16 Added to the Fund o
ByAssociatedI Hitting. For Bryan's ampt
'New IbertM IL, Oct. 12.-Fu iy 2.000 men and boys early to- '
g day stormed the bouse i which Nicholas Hector. a negro desperado, TY COBB S T RE P WILL WITHDR
W as Concealed Md restating arrest. Hector was killed, the hun- Pollowing is a lat of those who gave to the Bran and Kra
| :--.-. BA"'t reds t bllet riddling the house and he was dead when the door THROUG AME fund yesterday: COURT SO
.'. ". n HEis arrest had been ordered for assault upon a peddler.. He H. P. Aso eFnak ............ ...... 6.
barrleaded himself ad made an effective show of resistance for 0 . J. Paul, Bonifay ......................... 1.0 *
iinrly an boe, with o e revolver and a couple of boxes of ear- Georgia y ut .
*W "^y_^ *j? trg.. NdP.N e so" te attacking party were injured. GUrgia Ioy..- it "]u Ou t Sent in by O.car C. Ne.. n, U .vay, .la. .0 the ittOpOSI
S ipeals M Four Hit -Detrt Made W R. Vincient .............. -....................... 100 Committee to
,t_ e a.dDe- ..........>.. .. ... 13 Hits to Chi 'swen, E. T. Young...................... ................ 1. 0 and Himself is
St O J. S. Calloway ........................................ .0
iE titled to T T TrTT and Won by a&So e of W. H. Hope .......................... ................. 2. Square One-an
X. E. Sperry. .............................00
a. ..i"sry. PEA CEFU L P 0rIN G Eight to Thrf T. A. Hughes ........ : ................ .................. Accept.
B. B Hawley ......................... .................. 1.00 *
-"-- O U T .9 L M. Nelson .................................. ....... ......00
SBY CO U R T J. S. Austell ...........................................1.0 on. J. Waler Ke
WhroLr a oct. 12.- t et -a two contesting candida
.a.IT OW t......... real .contender for tJp .oam- Total ............................ ........ $ 16.00 e from this district,
_1Prevusly Acknowledged .............. ... ...... ....... 637.00 the propo..tion submitt
h S "* Court o Appeals pionship today when. a Chi- --- the Thir Congresiona
t RUt U AN OIRG E cago in a decisive 8 to 3. Grand total ...... ............ ..................653.00 mitee through char
.A e L N RN TRIED j Chicago Renders coch cauntnd the worls i, o year__kS De. Pre, os 4 e 4d...............................6300: rth ea in event th
b e aCounting t he wor s **************** ************** pree court decides the
Strait has scored I l on- fore the court In favor
'II~ di-t a Dicision ship contests. Tyru. Idol e will withdraw from
SDwas a great d e BRYAN IS AFTER GOV. s ya
rese. avoyaeof five the. party.
.... haveO ve t Reversed Lowe Court in ago,ow came into bi. e s s2s
by"- oroaoR to-ng .P- .ck ar.. t-O'Leary. HUGHES OF NEW YORK osttsr
with ou out linedJ for Stein- yt__ rday morning to D
liBB -,T=-:'^ro tba bal *' c oiumuuy. uw-*l----w en o,. nHe went ^a Craw- A t"
er. ig to a maw 4 .st the b- Strike of Molders at Plant ford* oo autand anAaobbs
OI LI--' loo was e -I lp- d end Stri oant He Also Attacked President T"The profit tie o. t
a t one d e yesterday, but af- of Allis-Chalmers Co. Detr.t pt awayinthe
Sterwarfs sixth. Alin, te i, walk- Roosevelt For Position t elf tt he abide by t
Sago W c The e. Mctyre and the supreme ert, is
Chicago, Oct on in O'id ow bt. which He Has Assumed. uare on e,' said Mr.
which the United StItes court oft il fined bv&e. Cra singled, willingly agre to ac
peals held that a lower tribunal went scoring Mullin, C it out slow --- court ld that Mr
too far In prohibiting peaceful picket- bounder. and McIni t ored. Ross- nominee I wlr Met
Ing In connection with the iron mould- man singled, sco ,O'Ajry and Delivered Rwcellent Address from rae but will
eras strike at the plants- of the Ailts- Crawford, while the cir- pert Mr. Mays a~ the
Chalmers Company several years ao, cult from first to 9fnmai cap- Before Students of State A ftft
was handed down today. The federal turned Schaefer's '1y center, and TT . .I n l however," Qoatinu
court Inunction issued against Iron threw Cobb out at Thomas University at L-ncol, i ia "ti wtourt holds thait
SMolders' Union local No. 1:5 of Mil- doubled to right.f O but Whom He Kent C ~hoat aricti
w was u ld n many partleu- Evers threw Cout at nro He Kt.ept ee the Cogressional con
Iwo. but was considerably modified Pfelster held Detrd Itless in the For Several tLites. -- coee ahd canvass
and a number of its .aragrplp va- seventh, but wa a again in T..- alow1Spon their fac., t
heated. "te decision wam reached by the eighth. . J- -.- LcptO pctMr. Mays to wih
J judges Goescp, Baker and Seaman. By.As hcais heartyps
JudgI o rote.... .M --i a a a 'jWE GAUE ^' Prm Who Attarcke Him ', ha i all I -r
nro Jte dge Gopinonscp Lincoln A ELic Oct. 12.-In an address at .. WectIaccept- he.
tere this afternoon,
ItoH Otre hthe arge-eits nt
2l SIt n of Governor HFNbes, ot New York, Ia

4Yearaa .fte mherI s-11 ae" Lula Dixon--The latter NIIMI ltr
STrf W ara ph of the provisions cessar teby a$te a a wa .allo WasmCut About the
fornjunction thewords in a threat- The teams lined up as folows: two platforms relating to pubiety of ck ad B
o-r O t We 'Y ear ening or intimidating. manner. Detroit Melntyre, left' field, campaign contributions, and discussed
16 O'Leary. short stop: Crawford cen- the propriety of President Roosevelt Copeland Shot and Killed UA
B Are Fixed. SAYS HE COULD ter field; Ccbb. right field: Rossman. supporting Taft.
M || II 4. .CARRY GEORGIA firet base; Schaefer, second base: Delivered forcibly, and in Bryans HXn- he tter
-- C wThomas. catcher; Coughlin, third best style, his s peh was repeatedly Two Are Colored.
N.*.. -u S Mri Xit ay Associated Proew. base; Mullen. pitcher. cheered- In atta c g the position of
eve6lag at Sir Marli 1"& Wit L a Logansport. Ind.. Oct. 12.-"If we Chicago-Checkard, left Bold, Evers, the republicans *on the tariff situation.
T otal 0e had twenty-five speakers and $10,000 second base: Schulte. right field; he delivered epigrams which kept
Totl -O, fn wlC we could carry Georgia at this elec- Chance.. first base: Stienfeldt, third students cheering for several min- J. S. Collins, white, was badly cut Wil Make Contn,
August I.ht-at'm s Fair tion," said Eugene W. Chatin probibi- base; Hoffman, center field. Tinker, utes. During his speech he took a about thb neck and breast and John
Ston, candidate for president, here short stop; Kling, catcher. Pfeister, vote of the students who were for anJ Bradley. a negro, was killed In a flht paign Until
g NT WILL Play C J10 For tonight. He said only real isose In pitcher. against publicity of campaign contri- Sat Mi
Sthe campaign was prohibition, aad no Weather-Clear and cool. butions and those who were for and Sarrday nigh at Milton. This in- Night.
"" W e- DHis ier Uing the power on earth could prevent the Umpires-O'Day, behind bat; Sheri- against election of senators by direct formation reached Peneacola last
pI* Pr prohibition party electing its president dau in field. vote of the people. night. -*
:"124-T3mTh Stan& in 1912. Attendance-17,000. Collins conducts a store at Milton B, OAociated
t at as a- Mclntyre-Ball one. ball two; foul IN BEHALF OF WILBUR WRIGHT. and the trouble leading up to the Cn cinnati, Ohio Oc
eeuit r-t r t.1i1.. i nmn TO RECEIVE THE FLEET. left. strike one; foul left. strike two;: octed Prthi dcult is said to have been over a Wlliam H. Taft left t
Iyti Oct. Il-IGSwoon allld.iAsc i.athree; outsecond to first. Paris. Oct. 12.-The Journal this difficulty is said to have been over a o'lock t left
SAm Oct. 12.---neral Swoon ball tree ot send to first., morning apeas to the government debt owed by Bradley. o'clock this morning fo
4e S a S the bartern New York. t. 12.-The places of with 100 soldiers and 200 military ca- O'Leary-Strike one. called: safe to deorning appealsbur Wright, the Amer- In the fight Colin ws forced to n on t ro
S.a te M MIt winmt t th tart or the dets, have arrived here from' Po on afrst on bad throw by Sienfeldt. ican aviator, with the legion of honor, the ground and while la this position nlht. For three day
Sit a of a o ed ang though Chow to take part in the reception to Crawford-Strike one; strike two, in recognition of his success in aerial the negro cut him. After a short his attention to his hom
or ite mone mor e week of stak remains the American battleship fleet. C ue e Second P.. navigation, true llngr dre revolve tine da ncl
- y SiSan t rs t 3 et, to The coroner's jury is lnvestigatig brid, Canal Dover,
-f a a gmt wi the Ier Abytronl.nsta k at theT
t ir lnthe do Yoakers track ad tlhe Iw & meet- the killingand will probably return a iMr. t will, on hi
y i o the Collins i a ousin of Police Offer largely throughout the
t Another Killing. era, giviCg as he has do
a o a Wess Attem pts to n(Continued on Third Page) than the democratic pri
t wsacola Witness A ttemApts to a -

Commit Suicide in Mobile _. ,, Planters Desire to Hold

.Mob.N Als.. ct*. 12.-Chalse. F. tn on a ste q that city. r- .Cotton for Better
,thS emt e s o ourt w e arned or ninety hSpecial to The JournaL appear to have been dli
t t wee alobo rot e days to e city pr e e far being dis- New Orleans, Oct. 12.-The TAlpes rule.
SSe m a orderly. -Democrat's report of the eonditiot of


-.gpa othe second 4gpr &be
4 'S5 WMtaloo sa Ot agatricted
11 ffto,-d-pd bir :gflct it
eftett la the room.b ba Wy
walt .1 hle home ia-Bm )L
i Itgls pia t his friends 4
Whe awreeifed and later ftake to
the y hosaptal to be rewvfed fthm
itI be gave the name of."Jta
Wy. T~A~ orning, la explaie-
a MBE t part his act young Dwky
dradO that tt was the name at his
budher wh k*s a naturalised cti-
Sspd reMilagt In Buffalo. ark s
the h triati- of the er-o
goan Dme I*ky.
TWhe n daIn i s ka ous to n-m
t" 44s wsWhere his father. Jeoab
.. oatCas ter. rrisod~
Abw esolve In hls be-
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Charles F. Dutaky ca e into proml-
*ae. lFa Pesseeol a little over two
Yearo ag M s to 40a Peonage 'ia-
vestigtion am trials by the federal
government. At the time Dunky was
foreman of a ang of mad "Ia the em-
ploy of a Leeftart, Ala., lumber com-
pany, members of which concern were
charged by the federal government
with the practice of peo~age.
Investigation by the federal grand
jury at Pe* 80mW resulted in indict-
ments against a number of persons.
Dunky became a star witness for the
federal goverimatet in these eases by
reason of his g moteetda with the
lumber company. It will be recalled
that the inve*tltthks resulted in the
coTvlction of several persons who
were setenced to terms of imprison-
smet at Atlanta ranging firom six to
elghteen mo-ntb.


C6L $ -prgzuc V-veteransokdiler

uEfbwotg Dad in Washington

From. afttck Of pmi.aged
~I ~ "WWI -is a""- in *14=w York s"aw time
wow, VTObbr a private secretawy o Gnea
am. A" .W asea i gerat b e-rabo ruw. at the trees-
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ingress Re
-gsion-
ttee.

ZAW Ir
DECIDES

kdon of the
Mr. May,
a Fair anc
id He WiL


W. one of the
tes for con-
has agreed t
ted to him by-
I district con-
man D'Alem
ae Florida su.
case now be-
of Mr. Mays.
the race aac
he nominee ot
aude to a JouT
nday by Mr.
to the city for
oily, returning
eFunlak.
position.
ie congreeslos-
Mays s d my-
he dectelmo of
a fair and
Kehoe "and I
apt It. If the
Mays is the
nly witbMraw
cheerfully sup-
nominee of the
led Mr. Kehoe,
Judge Malcom
)n In ordering
imIfLtee to re-
he returns a-
hen I shall no.
draw and give
to say em thW
propasiuto o0
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111us Cam
Election



t 12.-Judge
this city at
r a contlanous
ntil election
he will devote
me state. The
s speehees at
ne"lle, Cam-
Masslloi and
trip. which 1s
rural district
ehes to farm-
he in the past.
mblican policy
chosen rather
aelpies.



Prices

regarded as a


the cotton crop for September says INew Orlesas., Oct. 12.-The Pies.
Today: y-n's week* cottm report tods7
Is-:today sa
4 1. There has been a moderate dete-" th lig frst in see-
rioration, taking the belt as a'waboe. tin U s, ad r, cool w ve lMlasis.
2. Fine weather and an ample s. p ai d Idea Jlo -no cotton platters
ply of labor have combined to make last w ee al onditi dartig thl
the picking phenomenally rapid. "Cotton picking is weo advanced
3. There is a general desire to hold d pUractically all the s-pple in two
for better prices, but pressing obliga- or three week will be sered. Gins
tions have compelled farmers to sell are by so means regularly
-- with considerable freedom so far. however, owing to the fact that there
4. In louisiana the ravages of the i3 a eseral disposition among farm-
--- ~ boll weevil have been disastrous. lse- ers to hold for better prices. Most
S-- where the pest seems to have dome no farmers believe that present market
appreciable harm. q40tations are very far below whet
5. There is a good deal of talk about they should be In view of the undeml-
night riding, but the posted notices ably short mrop."

Gavel Presented by Daughters

of Confederacy is Now Missing

By Associated Pre s, to locate it. Every delegate to tbg
"COcr tE l S& 6Saa Francisco, Oct. 12.-Thy ha-d- oagress4 still in the city was rWeehed
some mounted gavel presented to the by telephone, but *o siga of the gavel
Trana-Mis-siippi Coa ress by the WAS forth'epl1g.
Daughters of the Confederacy of Lou- The 7 1vM was made from a plee
Si Hayseed (farmer)-Line up, folks! Here comes the President's Commission- isiana is missi. ngad a e I, owe eed omfnrtheoe ofl mas-
ers to investigate farm life! Guess our rigs will show 'em that we're as up to date as of the pavilion where the oeetags netto, l a., where eMra Jacksm
the city foks. were held and of the headquarters of defeated Packaub-"'s veterans it
Secretary Arthur Francis has sfUad 112.


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THE PENSACo'LA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, u5.


Ift m ar ITTIright. RTosmaa goem to second on
I W ScNhalte's thrw to plate, holding Cobb
Soww third.
.. ., ". .. TI U h Crystal Pau ~ OWers to Ci Thomas-Ball one: foul back, strike
Strrh. T oul bok, strike two; ball two.
S..... Nothing If Fall. ball three He walks, tilling the
SWhean a medciaese ect.a cure in 4 ouahlia-Ball one: foul back,
98 per cent. of ases, sal whe w f- strike one; out fly to left. Cobb scor-
S- fer tat hat edi eg4I e o ow o rW "eI- .L i, Rossman on second.
S.. guarantee that it will est *the ser Mulen-Ball one; single to short,
t B-'t- i aohg l it -does not cre Catasrrh, Aga Dam Fashion says Rossman scoring, Thomas on third.
t i only* rveaoWatle that people BROVN SHOES wiU be McIntyre-Ball one, ball two; out
S----- III ll-r I should believe "or at ltst put our thd to first.
Sl elim to a practal tet whe we proper for Fall and Winter Chicago. Eighth Inning.
S-a$r(a-I T "s take all the risk. These a. -facts wear,. an realizing the de- Howard (batting for Pfeistec-
. g.. ". ..we wae_ 'thd dpeoplr o Peasa- Strikeone, called; ball one; out, sec-
-t i- past *Ishty.rye ar o ese i_ cola to substantiate. We want them cree, we have bought largely ond to first.
prepared from a prescription of a of same,-and are now exhibit- out, second to first.
renath sand offering from n e- ale -Roo CaIused SeriouS physician whose specialty was Ca- ing two very pretty styles at Evers-Ball one. ball two; strike!
cold and lg trae, t tarrh, and who has. record of thirty one, called: out. fly to center.
S' Condition, years of cures to his redit. $2.50 AND $3.00 Detroit, Ninth Inning.
A riously l lAt co mm o We sell more bottles and receive ARheulback now pitching for Chica-1
doors.L My so_ .am mi "o- Tt -.--- more good report at.4bootj~U Mncu- go. relieving Pfelster.)
I comunem .- to A .It AAWOKE. MaaW EVR, .JT. Tone than we do of all other catarrh O'Leary-Strike one. called; strike
I co e to t t as AW VER, remedies sold in our store, and if d ude the two, fanned; our, fly to first.
Simply worked wxeaders or I feel' NENDEiAVORINOTQ LEAVF .ROOM more people only kew wha:-* a thor- ud Crawford-Ball one; foul left,
S- nett eran d o i tht ., 'T E oughly dependable reire.w Rexalhl would be higher-p'iced if you strike one: strike two, called; out,
ett-r -d t tr *LL W A STRUCK, HEAD 'ON' iWcu-Toie is. It would iW the o0ly see them. Beyond a doubt f to center, t
years.' apd ;l ii. U -4.n. catarrh medie .we,.would.]-hve anyOCobb-Ball one: single to left.
eare. e CHAiR, -S GO RENOERED UN- dea dce weor.ve the best value we have been Rosmaan-(Cobb stole second -
There is a ot ter wetitae t to ONC IOU. Lexall Mucu-Tone is quickly ab. able to offer for some time. Ball one;: ball two: foul left. strike
V. Vtol to build up eaI tut1ngth sorbed and carried by the blood until one lCobb stole third); ball three.
Sit thoroughly disinfects and cleanses- He walks. Cobb caught off third and
for elderly pople." -Jisig o eo- i thoroughlyu infetsb do cleases ouat,pitcher tobcatcher.
oA rRome people." JOseftepim o the entire mucous membranous tract, out pitcher to catcher.
eth-ay. 1I.. L. Rease, of the firm of Watson, destroys and removes the parasites tO Chicago, Ninth Inning.
Parker & Reese, had a narrow escape which injure and destroy the mem- Schulte-Ball one: foul back. strike
This is because Visol is the best Saturday moralag from asphyxiation, branous tissues, soothes and heals UL one; ball two; out, fly to center.
od liver Irmas toic is the world. ad is now at.hsa home suffering from the irritation and soreness, stops the Fee Furnishers For Folks strikhance-Ball one: foul bacll.
his experience, though a message from mucous discharge. and builds up t PumishC r Folks strike one: strike two. called. ball
It creates a hsarty appetite, strength- there last nilht stated that he had al- strong, healthy tissue, relieves the two. out fly to center.
.'law the digestive orgaas, makes rich, most fully recovered from inhaling blood and system of diseased matter. 102 South Palafox Street. Stienfeldt-Single to left.
the gas fumes and a fall incidental -stimulates the muco-cells, aids diges- Hoffman-Ball one: strike one. fan.
So blood, aim rphwes weaken with thereto, tlon and improves nutrition until tWe ned: strike two. called: out short
atlM"ngh. e soeselal esect of Mr. Reese went to his room Friday whole body vibrates with healthy ac. two, fanned; out, strike three, fan- to Brst. Stienfeldt stole second.
S-alght, and strikgda a match attempted tivity. In a comparatively short ned. R.H. E
ta om I es of l ee old people Is to light the gas. For,some reason time there is a most noticeable gain Sheckard-Ball one. ball two; Chicago ... .. .. .. ..... 7 1
S-, ty elnsarIlei the gas did mot Sow, and finding he in weight, strength, good color and strike one. called; forced Kling at Detroit- .. .. .. .. .. .. .8. 3
_9 _6U ew not liht the Jet turned to a feeling of buoyancy. second unassisted, double at frst.
we intate all "ou s0ol, d* e e wdow sad by opening the window We urge you to try Muca-Tone be- Detroit, Sixth Inning. T CU A COLDRIN ONE DA
e ol -er TakeO CXATIVE BROMO QuinEAY
*i re week rundown pesnis, m that sulclent light came through gunning a treatment today. At any Mullen-Ball one, ball two; ball Tablets. Druggistsreun oney if it
a ^ B to allow him to undress. He did so time you are not satisfied, simply three. He walks. als n y i
-Ids or those asuffering 4d retired, not ltlinking about the come and tell us, and we will quickly Mcineltyre-Foul left. strike one; fails to cure. E. W. GROVEKE sign-
t --lS colds. ci-ngs or bronchitis In ib.- which he had left turned on. return your money without question strike two, called; ball one foul ure Is on each bx. 2
During the. night the gas began to or quibble. We have Rexall Mucu- back, ball two: slugle to left; Mul-
hVilaity to try Visol -on oar oer ow. but for the fact that the win- Tone in two sizes. 50c and $1.00 The len going to second. A Pl
to tgrk their moey if i atoe no dow allowed fresh air to circulate he Crystal Pharmacy, Brent building. O'Leary-Ball one; safe at first.
whald so doubt have been asphyxia- pitcher threw his bunt to third too
*go. We make this offer to show ted. As it was Hf. Reese awoke late to get Mullen. Bases full.
I tr dthi Vinei. Whites Parmacy. about daylight tHe immediately at- Crawford-Singles, scoring Mul-
tempted to leave the room to get DETROIT WON THIRD lenb_. b + 0 n
fresh air, but was unable to do so, GAME OF THE SERIES Cobb-Foul back, strike one; ball
n. I falling and strikting his head on a one; foul back, strike two; singled
c-d "oThe blow rendered. him un- ( unolr o oFirst Page.) Rossma-Sngled to right, scoring
conscious.
Members of the family heard him called: out catcher to first; O'Leary O'Leary and Crawford. Cobb goes to
fall and went to the room. from which going to second. .third.
LI they removed hi t dm asumm ed a Cobb-Ballone;. single to short Schaefer-Ball one, foul back, strike Developed, However, That
n physician, left scoring O'Leary.one; ball-two; out, fly to center;
The friends of Mr. Reese w be Rossmal-Out third to first. (One Cobb doubled to center. Rossman Millionaire Left Wife and
leaed to know that he is now out of run. goes to econd on the play .
aM_ oll danger and will soon be able to be Chicago, First Inning. Thomas-Doubled to right, scoring Twelve Children
at his place o rbusiess. Sheckard-Ball one; SLrike one. Rossanun. w v irn.
a.. h le called; strike two. called; out, strike Cougblin-Out, second to first.
_____ three, fanned. Chicago, Sixth Inning.
1 Evers-Ball one; strike one, called- Evers-Strike one. called; ball one., v AssoclatedJ Press.
Uttoaball two; out. third to hirst. Waterbury, Conn., Oct. 12.--David
Thirty-One Reach the City ]rike wo, lled"tb two; ball b 1o r d 1 d balG Ca bro
Rereh.heoCttruetwo cal tledtw l Schulte --Strike, one, called- ball G. Cooper, of Terryville. who made a:
d Are N w BeinCtanhe-ealu0t, one;l al to let e one; out, pitcher to first fortune in the manufacture or oven
and AreSchulte-Ball one; single to l ChanceStrike one. called; all thermometers for ranges, as p-
T 0 three. strike one, called. Schue on, ball two: s le to lefr. posed to have been. bachelor all his
Distributed. chro seond Stienfeldt-1- flte one. called ball life. 14'hen he died several months:
D*It. out Detroitto second Inning. one; strike two, fanned. Chance stole ago his two nieces, who took.care ot
Schaetroit, Seconthird to fInningrst. second. Stnfeld anned out. his home and his office work. were
Thirty-oue steamer Afre plus, ru Thomas-Strike one, called: out tDe, ue t, SeVtkth Inning. supposed to be heirs to his estate of
stlyoiurehased by the Boalrd of Pub- second to first. Mullen-Strike one. called; strike $150.000. lls will, however, disclosed
~enl t s b aCth Boughln-fBall one; strikeone, call- two fanned; ball one; out, high fly to the fact that he had a wife and twelve
pi Safety, have arrived and. were Mor Money Is Necssarn ed; ball two; out second o firat l short. ..-. .. children in Chile, South America, to;
laced yesterday at the-loegtS econddInning.Nclntyre--Ball one, ball two; ball I whom the greater jart of the estate
Idod upon at the last meeting of the With Whch to Buyanciago neand tostrike three. He walks. goes.
Theuplugs are ltted with a large one. -l all one, fly to second rike OLeary-roundd to first unas- JInvestigation showed that Mr. Coop-
The plugs are fttd with large BooksFor dren.nfldt n dsistd, cl gog to second. er had legally married a South A mer-
eed for ue when the steamer is Books For Childrenl. Stienfeldt--trrke one. called; ball Crawfrd--Bill 4ole; out, "Iong flyIlean woman and that the will simply:
being used and two for use with the one; strike two. fanned; bz!l two, out to center. |acknowledged the legal rights of the
m r wotkspessre strike three, fanned. .acknowledged the legal rights of the:
Water works pressure.F str emen ack trike one: Chicago, Seventh Inning, widow and children to his estate. His
The plugs replaced by the new ones One dollar w added to the school ball one; strike two, fanned; out offman-Strike one, called; ball nieces were much suTrprised.
will be Installed on the new water book fund yesterday, this being con- strbie three. f o aeeol, one: single to right.
main extension. tribute by Mrs. D. B. Rutherford, ste th roe t hirdInnmg. Tinker-Ball one: strike one. call-
and increased the total amount of the MullDetroit, Third Inning. ed; foul back, strike two; ball two
Lime tablets, veryfine, at donations to 93.50. one n-Strike one called; ball foul back; foul right; out, strike
c per l. Red Chrry More money is necessary if the poor McIntre-e-Foul, strike one; ball three, fanned.
children are to have books and attend one- striketwo called ball to Kling-Ball one, ball two; strike
Cough Drops, 35c per lb. schools. tt was thought that $100 out rike t wo called; barsll one. called: forced Hoffman short to
wroulb. havouten flyurdtby tfirsdat,,second; Kling doubled second to
Menthol wafers at 35c per lb. wold have ben sered by this date, O'Leary-Fou back, strike one; first.
and citizens In the city as well as re- ball one; out, foul, fly to cancer. Detroit, Eighth Inning.
At the Cystal Pha iacy. siding elsewhere are appealed to in be. Chicago, Third Inning. C Detroitbb-Ball onEihth rike nenning, called;
half of thepoor children of the city. Tinker-Ball one; strike one. call- dobbBall one; strike one, called;
Supt. N. B. Cook at once. In fact right Rosman-Beat bunt down third
It was hoped that this could be Kling-Foul, strike one, strike two base line. Cobb going to third.
done yesterday, but the contributions fanned. Tinker out stealing second Schaefer-Ball one: n:. fly to It Is the Subject of Address;
wtote tot u0.cIt hl dtattoniegh it nassisted."ed out to Before the Missionary
OR VrTr Ai will witness th raising of suficient Pflester-Poul strike. back; ball
LIto make $100 or over. The donations one; strike two. called; out strikeConvention.
u IL 1 let Sunday morning $.50 three caeroit, Fourth Inning.
Mrs. D. B. Rutherford ...... 1.00 Crawford-Strike one. called; sin- New Orleans, Oct. 12.-Summing up

Aged Scout and Steamboat $93l .............. ..03.50 Cobb-Ba ione; foul to left, strike JHnarWlimsiony c kheo? o
one: foul back. strike two; hit to Christianity Finish ldleman of Or-


M y A cteO P D. W I shortIl f on e. ball two:utat strikeond. Mowith ones milsing before the anter n Pan-
rime.Cobb on first. Cobb dobaeed steamboat He walks million advents Theonary Convention of e



rad an f dependent sortunea is Pow second. Sewulte out, foul to catch t bile hools an d ar mlr
accepting employment at 15 cents an NegroAt Milton IsAlleged er. lion and a halt pupils. Fifty thous- dup a
our. lie- has been for several days eChance-Foul back, strwe one; s o and natives ordained preachers, tell ro ed
lodding about the homes n Rich to Have Placed oiO gle to center Evers scoring. Chance I their story in language wherein they
hond Heights, where he has taken stole second. r,,em bn, "it


Sbe work of the ordinary hired man. I Stienteldt-Ball one: strike one. dru
Mrs. Grimes, who Is 21 years old, is In Water. called; ball two; safe on first by bad OUR OPINION I"hipn
employed in a restaurant. Their com- throw. Chance scoring. You wodud ot have to wany
blaed salaries have supported them Hoffman-Ball one; foul left. strike about y compl becuae When Teddy meets the kaise' A
comfortably Iia modest fiat, but not sclai to The Journal one; ball two: ball three, trike two, t e to teut won you thinkrous works he'll plant speak! of th
In the way th y have lived. Milton. Oct. 12.-Andrew Copeland called; triple to left scoring Stien- s BuO dilhel k hebr ply t a kiss tae
Captain Grimes lost his fortune was brought here from Berrydale, feldt. oaz.s But ut this cotaly On Wilhelm's bristly cheek? an e
woon after he was acquitted of mur- Pl today and put in jail charged Tinker-Out. short to first. a If calolian i e;meatl to I don't! ofic
Serving a man whom he claimed had with the murder of Lula Dixon a Detroit, Fifth Inning. beaity--ad the best toile re- ing
iasulted his wife yo"nag girl of the same place. Accord- Schaefer-Foul back. strike one; q es m tea te When Teddy gets to Italy
Ing to a reputed statement made ball one; out fly to short. Hee llnof And greets the king. think you
WILL BE GREAT SUCCFSS. to parents and friends while in death Thomas-Strike one. called. out a He'll kiss him on his ruby lips
By Associate Press. agony the girl sad she had drunk short to first. Good play for Tinker. s other monarchs do? of p
Santiago. Chile. Oct. 12.-The Pan- a glass of water at the church about Coughlin-Foul back. strike one: I don't. of ti
American scientific congress, wheih three o'clock Sunday afternoon, into ball one, ball two; foul back. strike Ohe tand
Is to open here in December of this which Andrew Copeland had placed two; out. -'trike three. fanned. Or when In Austria he stands 4 h
year, promises to be a great success, what he told her was quinnine. The Chicago, Fifth Inning. C JjJ CR- The emperor to greet. him
Over 500 delegates will be In atten- girl expired within an hour and a Kling-Strike one called; ball one; Think you hell kiss his royal nibs A
danee and more than 200 subjects for half after drinking the water. safe on first on short's fumble. hIdluir--lierndisi--smi. Ia And count the kissing sweet?
discussion have been announced. Coroner Rhoda held aa inquest over Pfeister-Strike one. faaned; strike ar Ik id I don't! cpirt
--__ ___-__the body, and the jury. composed of n_____o o Teddyiu not built that way;o
J..E. Russel, Ely PhiMai, H. T. Smith, p Our Teddy is not built that way; oulf
.B.T.RlJones. yF T.Prater and Gam n M hI 15r, 35t., 5r. He likes no mushy scenes. of
Simmons. brought in a verdict that If royalty wants T. R.'s ..is. Th
TO-vemaltE a t bt. Andrew Copeland did administer po- Try leaving off offee T'will have to furnish queens. cove
Nm, L iias sIon to Lula Dixon to kill ad murder a few days and drink car ae or t lown. m That's what think: ress or
a-Slm"W-i-msoc her. a few days and drink .at all times -Detroit Free Prs.
Pompelu Massage Cream. T]. ,a ...... .... *".--"--Tb
Sfilthebu as_ with ca r- removed the stomach and will send C-b d o rea.. c and Thi
gS thet gwmam k which w MWcarmeji it to State Chemist R. E. Rose for Fstilla. o seasi
_Ai fiS011t1 with i at a -,i ttheA analysis. noatlaJust SaygS. anno
1t-ate0w im.aita A i spey's Cream. close
S141 S beSit A lot of old newspaper, Kd I U (ad Cold Cream. and 1:
MonOne aeS TU M hllnd's- Honey-Almond Cream. . ...- La
.. ..w-*r a" ti-edup in neat bundles forta 's Fr ckl ram. A large poster advertidasg the Ala- proa
m -s- w at jl ;. at Tim hCm e-benefits are ple ng n"" A- bas state hir looks so true to life who
gam veae.8 al,. E ah e, hJo .-rRexall Cold Cream, I c and -. that a resident of East Hill brought fowe
A clohms sast aOfuibc'e. toT eTo ,feed to the horses. r
IIr da sy as we aThere's a Reason." -ie Crvda ran acv- fT
h sewaasa nJsst Subscribe to The Tournal Referring to the guard rail. a pas- atro
1b w un ayastheUtmalli Sbsr~b t T e TuralBrent *.,ddine. senzer on an EaZt Hi lltr.-UL CAr Yaw- mAust


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A SERI FS OF TEM TALKS ON AOVERTSINO
writes byr 5eymmourEaton of Pb&sdWlsNo.10


A man succeeds not because he -advertises his
business but because he lives it; because he eats it,
sleeps it, dreams it, builds air castles about it.
The man who never builds air castles never
builds castles of any kind.
The great motive power of any business is the
strenuous personal faith of the man back of it.
Put your name to the front; your own personality.
This is a tremendous force in advertisi ng. People like
to know individuals. They like to fee l that they are
being served by men; not simply getting their goods
out of the hopper of a treadmill. And if people have
any kicking to do-and the American people enjoy
kicking-they prefer to kick individuals. It is mighty
u satisfactory, for instance, to kick an Express Corn.
pany or a Railroad or Brown, Smith & Company.
One can't hit the bull's eye.
Breathe the breath of life into your advertise-
ments. It is safe to say that nine out of every ten
advertisements which we see are as dead as Egyptian
mummies. They are beautifully decorated; twined
around with fine linen; draped and boxed for burial.
The y have eyes and nose and mouth but they neither
see nor speak. They don't even smell. Their faces
are either made of putty or are chiseled out of
beautiful marble. There is no throbbing pulse.
Advertisements are written to appeal to live
people ,and nothing can get into the heart of humanity
so easily as another heart.
If you have faith in your goods and the public has
faith in you the circuit is complete. The advertise-
ment is simply the transmitter through which your
faith operates.
The trunk lines are all laid. Every home iscon-


nected up.


To put your shop in communication with


one hundred and fifty thousand possible customers
is dead easy, The newspapers go to press shortly
after midnight. At eight o'clock tomorrow morning
you can talk to one hundred thousand people about
the few little attractive features' of your shop which
you are mlrking ready; some suits which you are
closing out at half-price or some new importations
which you got through the custom house only yester-
day. Don't run away with the idea that you need to
apologize to the public for disturbing their breakfsat
with your affairs. The people like it. A newspaper
without advertisements wouldn't sell.
Advertising isn't grammar; it isn't pictures; it
isn't type; it isn't top of page position It is some-
thing far more real than these things. These are
merely accessories. Advertising is wmiring the proper
telepathic connection between you and the customer.
It is the art of m king the type speak.


o--evyrtght, 1W0. by T



ay said that the street car com-
y was evidently suffering from the
tic." since they could only afford
board on the side of the car to
p out the wind.
n aged negro called on a local
;gist the other day aud explained
he was suffering from an ache in
of his hips. He asked the drug-
if it was rheumatism. The
gis: informed him that it was
notism.
strange negro was picked up by one
hte new policemen last Friday on
charge of vagrancy. In offering
excuse to avoid arrest he told the
er that he was a porter on a sleep-
car on the marine railway.
lling his friends of the qualitie;
peppers growing in his garden on
t Chase street, a well-known man
his city said that the peppers were
lot that it was unnecessary for
to buy coal in the winter.
ked what he would do'If the re-
ic was changed to a monarchy, a
Lin young man replied that he
d immediately apply for the job
ig3s fool
he crook of crooks bha been dis-
red. He lives in Pensacola and is
crooked that he trledo to urn- a
er in the middle of the block.
e management of the famous
de resort at Butcher Pen Pond
unce that the place has been
ed for the season.
ndscape Gardner Kimble was ap-
ched the other day by a man
asked him for a job taming wild
*rs. /r
mail order habit2 ns. taken *uch a
ig hold on some people in Jack-
t tha Lhkr are mnow ordering


T~ibna Commen,, Ciingo.)


stamps and postal cards from Pensa-
cola.
"Pat Plannigan's Laundri.. Open All
Night," read the sign in front of his
place of business. A. Chinaman next
door, aot to be outdone by his rival,
put a sign out which read. "Jolh ,
Chink's Laundry. Me Wake Too.".
\A factory for the nps'nfactwre A
wooden nutmeg is among the list of
new Industles reported for Miltoa
during the past week.
Belag snow-bound iL not to be ep-
pared with being dust-boua4 in Pea
sacola. The L. & N. is now consider-
ing a plan to utilize dust for fuoL
Pensacola can now boast of bavltg
two men on the water wagon. .Aath-
er street sprinkler has been Weed Ia .
commission.
Uneasy lies the head that eafWE
a poorly fitted crown," T *-.
local dentist.
"Amen' Brother Ben. it yT eaall
get a rooster be are &ad set 4n-h. i
were the claim words of a SpWw',
sation heM ldhday tR b. wr t "a
negro preachers.
Noticitag yaou nag aSa e
stock tie, a Httle gir! axr lher
er If he was, fs -uiAg
throat. ,, -.
A Pensaooa street car
was offered a liek nickle
by a -psseger, "I can't
said the conductor. .o it.


Peter. "; .
"Put this fellow am the dow eleV.
tor. There is no pice ap here SW
him."


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No 6jx' iidisi i buw hsbeea
uba.t~nOmim49 tha S 1q41.



boomt by Jd i, P1khan's Vag-
~ebI. ~mu~.Almoe0-t ey

Modn hUwJbw oWend wlettwra
*hb-'wi me-Iam eoa~tohyatd
0& t the mony"pa
has-sover -am =I

-saw hav mbkn. It-M

a lbs mamwbey Lyad br LWPi
loins x q bidwoiul im


__ iomd =p&uftferhug h A"



sot*ksc.imtotdr

An AWA om


I T TTO8KLYTOLD.


,o a mg:Sug -.the- bausass -
to Mhe city yesterday.
m W. RL. HMuten, of .Mariana,
a b T visitor to Pensacola
He registered at the Es-

l"-- Wtc-e caes were docketed for
t rl tr the roder's eourt yesterday
S Tw-enty-ose defendants
aftrrgsd, one case was orn-
nad"al fn amoauntng to $193
asw aemd la the remaiaig eaefs.
ltIsA P. S.M left Sunday tor Jack-
mvtl, wes ohe was billed to speak
IW SMt fr the Indepeadence party.
fm there he will go to Tampa and
patts Ita the state, being absent
o.r three weeks.
l- -bst m auw temopw e at Pen-
,mwia yesterday was i0 derees at 3
;i%. O w m the l m was 55 de-
le at 5 m. Last year on the
-M da tOe myTipu" was 76 de-
oad the fntfwonnw. 56 degrees.
aver mvi n iuni fbr i-s date
b T degress and the average mini-

SThe rmalas of W. H. McDavid
,'-m placed at rest Sunday afternoon
S g. Johk'a cemetery in the pres-
eo a lage concourse of sorrow-
R"w frla and relatives. The fnner-
_A swvles re conducted by Rev.
-ho&. M. CaUnway at the family
c n Mw Zarragoesa street and


dM-IaMA asmes a t hh ertm-
SO.




THE M., & a.
Cisthbis and ahoe Store.
M.-0L. Palafex at.
Penoesesla Me-


L.


tion in th East.

London, Oct. 12.- ae Ferdinand,
as "Czar of Bulgaria", mad e his
triumphal entry Iato the capital amid
scenes of patriotic enthursnl. Great
,Britain has receded from her original
position, and Is now witUl to the
proposed conference between the
powers to settle the crisis In the east,
and will take under advisement the
other questions, la addition to those
involved in annexation of Bosnia and
Bulgarian independence.
Austria still adheres strictly to the
prciple of nowantervention. A
Turkish cruiser and three torpedo
boats have arrived at Salouski on
their way to the Island of Samos, a
Grecian posseaion. This la Turkey's
Answer to the proelamatien of Cretans
union with Greece. For the moment
there is little talk of war, and even
Servia seems to be taking a calmer
view of the situation.

t SUPREME COURT OF #
THE U. 8. CONMVNES *
Washiton, Oct. 12.-To- *
0 day the supreme court of the 0
United States euveed. No *
official business was trasact- *
Sed, but the usual formal call *
was made upon the president. *
# President 24oevelt made no *
0 formal remarks It receiving *
Stem. .

A FINME eI.
A fine girl was bor to Cs. E. Co-
Aburger and wife Saday morning.


were largely attended. rom the
rame the cort-ge oved to St.
aehn's cemetery, where the remains
were interred. The 'oral tributes
placed upoa the newly-made grave by
lvin h ds were m ay and beauti-

- A sea-oing tu the name of which
eoad. -mot he 4wscted, assen Pen-
sacla yesterday eOkt_* at 3:30
o'clock, steerlag Vest -porthwest The
taug had a white ban& areed the fan-
>sel, "d is supposed to be the Geo.
W. Chlads of Key West. She was
about three miles off shore when
sighted by the pilots.
Two games of baseball were played
at Fort Baraease Sunday afternoon.
In the first the Seveaty-seventh team
,-lAkt out the Paliwe Boys by the score
of 5 to 0, amd In the second between
-the Seventy-beventh., team and Bag-
dad, the latter was victorious by the
score of 5 to 3.
There will be a meeting of the
Central Trades Counell this evening
at 8 o'clock. All delegates are re-
quested to be present. At usual
place.
TO MAKE BETTER PUDDINGS
you should use the best vanlla or
lemon, the Blue Ribbon brand.
Don't be satiefled with interior, un-
known extracts...



TO NAVY YARD


FOR REPAIRS

he Dredge Caucms Will Go
There This Morning For
An Over bnling.

The dredge Caucus, which has been
at work in widening and deepening
the channel at the entrance to Pensa-
cola bay Is to go dowq to the navy
yard this moraing, where abe will re-
main for several weeks undergoing a
thorough overaUling and. repair to
her machinery, which does not neces-
sitate her being docked.
Through an arrangement with the
navy department the work is to be
done by the machinists employed at
the navy yard. and will afford em-
ployment for a number of men who
are now not very busy.
To cure a cold in one day
-sold under a guara.t _-
rcoded -by ne of the
best physicianiftn Pensacola.
Not a patent medicine. Rex-
all Cold Tablet at the Crys-
tal Pharmacy.
DON'T PAY CAimELRS.
Once more the Journal must call the
attention of its subsertbers to the pa7-
lag of uhM5uuipslow to earners.
Carriers are tt' autboriad to col-
left for the Jelma- Its eml author-
ised collectors I nwsaola are
Messrs. J. A. Wales, Bam. M. Roach,
G. Lambrecht, Joha Gerkla s&d Elmer
White. On, the road the paper is rep-
resented by Charles P. Steward, C.
U. Porter, R. E Williams and W A.
Deal.
Receipts signed by these gentlemen
will be acknowledged by the office
but none other.
Don't pay carriers.
FRED A. 8WEBT.
Mr. Circulation.



GREAT BR-lITIN


RECEDES FROM




HERf POSITION

Is Now Willing to the Pro-
posed Conference of the
Powers to Settle the Ques-


plaintiff and Hines Cravey defendant,
brought before County Judge Bellin-
ger in the form of a replevin writ for
the possession of a cow. consumed
the attention of the court throughout
the entire day yesterday and will be
continued at 10 o'clock this morning.
This is the third time the case has
been brought up in this court, the
two former hearings having resulted
in mistrials.
Seeley is represented by Jones &
Pasco and Cravey by R. P. Reese.
A FINE GIRL.
Mr. and Mrs. George Touart are the
parents of a fine girl who arrived at
their home on South Reus street yes-
terday morning.




*A-'


ne"TYU d ateW ed e
It t a new sett drtak ust bat et
tro ed lAne aer-B awseL. A r
n&ag, o-iate t nk
the beat riey. malt a'r
-AO-D te PurePs* Fed% ;
Act aid contains less than eam-b&af
Siper centL of alcohol br volume.
Served at al pleasure resorts and
soft drink stands.


GREENSBORO



CENTENNIAL



WAS OPENED

Peace Congress Held First
Session in Afternoon and
Sent Wire to President,
Assuring Him of Support.

By Amoc ated Press
Greensboro, N. C,, Oct. 12.-With
fluttering flags, variegated lights, gor-
geous decorations and -surging crowds,
the Greensboro centennial was -form-
ally opened today.
The address of welcome was de-
livered by Ashbell B. Kimball, and
responded to by Lieutenant Governor
Winston, on behalf of the visitors
from the state and Rev. Turner Whar-
ton, D.'D., of Columbia, Tenn., on be-
half of visiting ex-North Carolinians.
The opening session of the peace
congress was held at two-thirty in
Smiths' memorial hall. In the ab-
sence of Governor Glenn, Lieutenant
Governor Winston presided over the
meeting. Mayor L J. Brandt deliv-
ered an address of welcome, after
which United States Senator James
B. McCreary delivered the principal
address. A telegram was sent Pres-
ident Roosevelt, congratulating him
on his efforts for international peace
and assuring him of support.
HORSES WHICH
WON FORTUNES
ON THE TRACK
(Continued From Fr Paoe)
James R. Keene stable will wind up
the season's racing andm go to winter
quarters with the Belmont park close.
The 'Keene horses, each holding the
fame of great achievements untar-
nished by defeat through the year.
with Colin unbeaten in two years on
the turf. winner of fifteen races and
of $181,172 in that period, at the head
o' the list.
John E. Madden already has retired
for the season the champion two-year-
old for 1908. Sir Martin, winner of
eight out of thirteen races and second
four times, with a total of $75.395 to
his credit Sir Martin, who holds the
record as the biggest winner of the
year, is scheduled to depart for Eng-
land, where he is engaged in the
derby, St. Leger and other classic
races for 1909.
'Even the big total of Sir Martin's
winnings does not lift him to the
plane of J. R. Keene's winners of les-
ser sums of 1908-Colin, the cham-
pion, winner of three races and $50.-
165; Ballot, the leading four-year-old.
winner of $55,915 in five races, and
unbeaten through the year, and Celt,
winner of $22,790 in two races and
also unbeaten in 1908. The Keene
stable also sheers the leading win-
ning mare in Maskette, with $52,850
to her credit, as her earnings in the
two-year-old stakes.
TLading Winners.
The leading wlnei% for 1908 and
their records follow:
Cole. 2-year-old. J. E. Madden's Sir
Martin, eight races; $75,395.
Filly, 2-year-old. J. R. Keene's Mask-
ette, five races, $52,850.
Colt, 3-year-old, August Belmont's
Fair Play, seven races. $62,510.
Filly, 3-year-old ,H. P. Whitney's
Stamina, four races, $18.680.
Colt. 4-year-old. J. R. Keene's Ballot,
five races, $55,915.
Unbeaten horses in 1908:
J. R. Keene's Ballot (4), five races,
$55,915.
J. R. Keene's Colin (3). three races,
$50,915.
J. R. Keene's Celt (3). two races,
$22,790.
August Belmont's Priscillian, seven
races, 418,810.
TWO KILLINGS
IN SANTA ROSA
IN 48 HOURS
(Continued From First Page)
twenty-two miles from Milton Sun-
day night, when Andrew Copeland
shot and killed Lula Dixon. Both
parties are negroes. The particulars
of this killing have not been learned.
Copeland has been arrested and is
locked up in the county jail at Mil-
ton.
OWNERSHIP OF COW
AGAIN IN COURT
The case in which B. W. Seeley Is


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A legitimate money making scheme that
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"bowld sojor boys" and not -Mr.
Sweet,
The 15th regulars had a jolly time
Saturday night at blanket exercise.
iand it was great futn watching the
different boys flying through the air
and everyone seemed to enjoy it, too.
Some' 41 The men are showing the
effect of the sun and their faces re-
semble beets more than anything
else.
Company C. .from Tallahassee, is
doing well. There Js not a sick man
in camp, and their record this year is
Better even than it was last, and it
was splendid then. Capt. loewis -is
very popular with his men and offl-
cer.s and men work together. They
think there ia no other company that
comes up to the 76th regulars, who
are with them; but the fact is, that
all. bot-h regulars and militia. are
good, and the Florida state troops
will hold their own with the troops of
any other state.
Company C is stationed at battery
'ullum. containing 10-inch guns, and
though lihe coniany was only organ-
ized last ye-ar, it hids fair to equal the
other companies. Sunday morning
Capt. Mitchell, of the regulars, com-
iliment'd the men highly on their
work.
Quartermaster Sergeant Keene is
very popular with the men, and the
way he look. a:ter the food rations
will keep a kind remembrance in the
hearts of all the men in Company C.
The quartermaster sergeant is the
most important man of the company,
for men cannot do their work well
without enough food, and the Ameri-
can, like his cousin, the Englishman,
can do better work and fight better
on, a full stomach.


REFORMS IN



SPECULATIONS


New


Orleans


Cotton Ex-


change Names Comtittee
For This Prutposc.

By AssecaMte Pres,
New Orleans. Oct. 12.-With in-
structions to make reforms ta cotton
future contracts in New Orleans, a
cotton exchange committee was ap-
pointed today by members of the cot-


I


will make
t of 50 cents.


you rich.


Iton, Florida.


ton exchange. The committee wa,
ordered to confer with farmers, beole
ers and cotton spinners throughout,
:he south and with men in the nortu
who are interested in cotton, to deter
mine how to get "maximum trad,
utility" out of cotton future con
tracts.
DAVID TOBIN IS STILL
IN SERIOUS CONOITIO1
Reports from. the home of Davi<
Tobio. yesterday cere to the effect
that there is no change in his cond!
tion. Mr. Tobin Is suffering front,
tooth trouble, occasioned by an at
tempt on the part of himself to obtain
relief from an aching tooth.
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rn-hE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1908. 3


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Here's what Barney Oldfield, the famous automobile rac-

ing driver, says about PEk-'SI-COLA:


"I enjoy PEPSI-COLA first rate.

It's a bully drink-refre-shing, invig-

orating, a fine 'bracer' before a race,

and a splendid restorer aftca wards."


kJE kSI-COLA is the Original Pure Food Drink--guaranteed

uider the U. S. Gov't Serial No. 3813. At all soda fountains,

5c a glass-at your grocer's, 5c a bottle. Beware of imitations.
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SERVICE PRACTICE WITH


THE 10 AND 12 INCH RIFLES


State Troops Fire the Big by the me in the different camps.
There was drill as u:ii-l in all the
Pieces, Doing Satisfac- batteries and in the afternoon each
battery fired five rounds of blank am-
ry Work munition per pit. Drills were over
tory Work. early so as to allow the millia tim-
to wash Their clothing, which was
sadly in need of soap and water.
TEN4-INCH GUNS AT BATTER- Saturday night most of the boys
IES PENSACOLA AND CULLUM went to Pensacola and report having
had a good time. It was colder dur-
WERE FIRED IN FORENOON ing the night than the previous one,
and many of the men put their cots
AND 12-INCH PIECES IN THE together like a double bed. so as to
AFTERNOON AT BATTERY PEN- put extra covering over and o ke
AFTERNOON AT BATTERY PEN- fine and warm. Thi non-conlumnis-
ACOLA.. signed officers and men are better off
than their superiors in this r--.pect.
asi the large conical tents are warmer
Yesterday was the eighth day of haproof. the smaller one andmuch more
the encampment of the state militia Sunday morning at half-past eight.
at the local forts. The special feat- the militia mustered in battery Pen-
ure on the program was the service sacola and after that had the rest of
practice at batteries Pensacola and the day to themselves, many of the
Cullum. This consisted of the firing men availing themselves of the privi-
of 10 and 12 inch rifles with full lesg- to visit the ball game in the af-
changes. The 10 inch rifle practice ternoon, while others visited battery
occurred at S a. m. at battery Pensa- Pensacola to hear the band concert.
cola. while the 12-inch practice was which begin at three o'clock and wab
conducted at 1 p. m., at battery Cul- enjoyed by all present.
lfin. The work of the state troop. at One of Company K. boys, who could
both batteries was excellent and good not spare more time from his lursi-
records are said to have been made. ness. returned home Sunday. while
Blending powder at battery Slem- another old member joined the com-
mer was also an important feature of pany the same day.
the day's exercises and the men dis- The boys of Company K think there
played much knowledge in this par- are not two more such sergeant's as
ticular instance. First Sergt. Stallworth and Sergt.
Drills were held at all batteries ex- Remling. of the 15th regulars. They
cept battery Cullum. This lasted from are both in pit A of battery Worth,
2:30 p. m. to 4 p. m. and the exercises and if anyone can make raw troops
closed with drills at all batteries, last- into artillerymen, they are the boys
ing from 7:45 to 9 a.m. to do it.
Muster of militia was the only event Among the visitors to Fort Pickens
scheduled for Sunday This occurred Sunday wa, Mrs. Hope Cawthon. of
at 8 a- m. After that hour general DeFuniak Springs. and little daugh-
liberty was granted, many of the men ad dinner with
spending the remainder of the day ,ter. Mary Hope who ad dinner wit
in the city. : Lieutenant Hope Cawthon of Com-
The following program will be ob- pany K. pondent eth
served today: trYour hiorrespond frien r. Fred
8 a. m-Service practice at battery trouble his esteemed friend..Mr. Fred
Slemmer, and blending powder at bat- Sweet, as got ino. It was Mr.
tery Worth. Wales who had dinner with the
8:30 to 10 a. m.-Drill it all other
batteries.
11 to 11:45 a. m.-Non-commission-
ed o fcers' school at all batteries -
fopdaucted by regular officers.
2:30 to 3:30 p. m.-Fire command
drill.
3:30 to 4 p. m.-Battle command
7.30 p. m.-Lecture in 15th com-
pany mess building for all militia
oleerC Subject "Projectiles and
ues_-." Lieutenant W. E. Donahue,
C.A-CA
Thur day was pay day with the I AD
state troops. C O L L AIS
-DISTXnC-LTHE ."COLLAr r
Camp Notes. T s ?A-
After the cold windy Friday. Satur- t rA. *--t'rscrvwMt
day. with itc warm su- was A iaed v
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1805.


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-IVI CU., Afn Illinois mlaister uhas averruseu
He was. reported upon as not being it the newspapers of his town that
able to stand tiuch a ride. and the he will perform the famous hand-cuff
S"test" was taleld off. the colonel then act before the evening service in his
-being ordered before the medical church on Sunday. lie desires a
board. This board found the officer large audience to preach to and he
suffering rom heart trouble, blind in will get It without a doubt.
one eye and with numerous other
afflictions, and recommended his re- W. E. Grls,. who was editor oZ the
tirement. Of course tLls recomnmenda- late Tropical Breeze at FL Myers,
tion was approved by the :,resident. has returned to Hamilton county, his
The colonel may have made it rath- old home, and taken charge of the
er unpleasant for some at army posts, White Springs Herald. There is no
and perhaps his retirement is "for the doubt but that he will greatly mn-
good 'of the service." as was his iso- prove the Herald for he ls a capable
lation at the abandoned army post, newspaper man.
butit dpes seem as though'the presi-
dent and his advisors. a.- well as jackson county Democrats have
those who pscpeded him. were along subscribed $100 to the. big Bryan
time ending out that the .old army fund. We rather like the West Flor-
officer was "unfit for service.-" Ida brand of Democracy.-Palatka
Times-Herald.
The news dispatches make !t. quite West Florida Democrats know well
evident that the situation in the Balkan that talk Is cheap but it takes money
region of Europe Is exceedingly se- to run a great national campaign.
rious and that actual war is almost They believe in Mr. Bryan and slow
certain. In tbhls instance it is the their faith by their good works.
people themselves and uot the rulers IMPOSSIBLE.
of those countries who are clamorin4 I cannot raise my eyes to you. dear
for war, and once the fight is on other girl;
satlona are goin4, o find it difficult And beg you for a favor-just onq,
to hold aloof and we may see a gen- cury
a To make remembrance sweeter as i
era open war.ove you go-
-all. And yet I love you ao.


There will e many w3o wll cast
their first vote in a presidential elec-
tion on the 3rd of. November aid
some will lear-n -for the first time that
the voter does not have the opportun-
ity of voting for the presidential can-
didate, but votes, in Florida. for live
presidential electors whose names are
on the ticket. Sinet there are five
electors for each presidential candi-
dates, and five or six candidates are
. &s the field there will bt on the
***ot*. t of names of some 2 or


Ah. no. I cannot bear
tress
To waft the fragrance
caress


with me one
of your last


Across my senses when the lights
are low-
And yet I love you so!
I cannot breathe the perfume of your
hair.
oNr steal a lock-as you have none to
spare:
That 'twas a wig I really did not
know-
And yet I love you so!


Orange growers of Florida to give a
full and fair trial to the association
which proposes to consolidate and
handle the crop to the be-at advant-
age. If it does not fully effect its
purpose the first year, which is pos-
sible. It will point the way to a comr- ,
plete system of organization and ar-i
rangements. If It utterly fails, things
will be no worse than heretofore.--
Tampa Times.
Large Cabbage Acreage.
The largest acreage in cabbage for
some years will be that planted here
the coming season, and the truckers
are almost sure of making good ou
this crop.
Owing to the failure of both the
cabbage and Irish potato crops in
the east and west. the supply is far
short, and it has been stated that of
the former vegetable there is not
enough in storage to meet the de-
mands for the winter months, and
the supply will be exhausted long
before any can be secured from the
*southern states. Florida always com-
ing in first for several weeks ahead
of the Carolinas and Georgia.
In the northern markets cabbage
has advanced about $10 per ton on
the usual price, and Irish potatoes
have also increased in price.
This conditions of affairs will give
the Florida truckers a good qmportun-
ity and the indications in this sec-
tion are that the acreage of cabbage
will be the largest .planted here for
several years, practically all the lead-
ing truckers having planted ltrge
seed beds preparatory to transplant-
tig.-Gainesville Sun.
Increased Cotton Receipts.
Up to geutember 28 there had been
brought to the farmers warehouse.
Monticello, 1,325 bales. The same
date last year showed 426 bales. Most
of this cotton came from north of
town. the crop being more forward In
that section. The lands north are
lighter, and it is necessary to plant
early and work rapidly to mature a
quick crop. The farmers of this sec-
tion are thrifty and industrious, *e
improved. quick-maturing seed, and


PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS
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A tablet to the memory of John Ben-
jamin, a Maine soldier In the Revol-
tion, was dedicated recently in the
Washington Memorial chapel, Valley
Forge, on the 130th anniversary of the
evacuation of Valley Forge by the
American army. The chapel and its
surrounding buildings are a memorial
to George Washington. The tablet is
the gift of Mrs. William Henry Pear-
son. of Boston. The tablet reads:
"With thanksgiving unto Almighty
God. and in loving memory of John
Benjamin. of Massachusetts, born Feb.
5, 1758, died Dec. 2, 1814 artaserist
In the Continental army. giving to
his beloved country a service of seven
years, and sharing the privations of
Valley Forge. this tablet in tribute to
his honor, his valor and his faithful


The Nile il one of the longest rivers
in the world. but it is not especially
valuable as a navigable stream. Its
chief benefit to the country is from
the immense deposits of mud carried
down in the annual floods and which
have made the region overflowed one
of the most fertile in the world.
Biting the nails is a habit that
should be immediately corrected in
children, because it permanently de-
forms them. Dipping the finger ends
In some biter tincture will generally
prevent children from putting them in
their mouth. If this fails. each finger
should be enclosed in a stall until the
propensity is eradicated.
A Mere Detail.
"The common practice of lawyers
In addressing a jury to single out one
member who seems to them the most
intelligent, and therefore the one most
likely to be influenced by their ap-


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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 tuattuigs at 35 cents a yard; laid free.. Lino-
leum for the kitchen, fine quality, for the remarkably low price of 65e yard. And, our art squares for
the living room and parlor will likewise astonish you in chcapncss for their very superior quality. Then,


too, there's the ardditio=al incentive to cover your floors inasrnvch as you can pay for it while using.


108-10 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.


PHOME 140, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA


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S_". ,- IO -I D Alife is erected by the granddaughter
A A OT RA Nancy Della Benjamin Pearson."
FACTS AUT FLORIDA Prague. in Bohemia. is now holding
a great exposition, to lait until Novem-
-*-** **her, having put up twenty-one large
1 exposition balls and 100 smaller edi-
Y. SUFine Sweet Potatoes. work their crops n a clean rapid fices, housing 2.3ti) exhibitors. The
An immense potato of this year's style such as is seen in parts of experiment and educational institute.
ING KMX PT MDDAY crop sent to our oce Tuesday by J. Georgia. The land. south of the for brewing of Berlin, Germany. in-
W. Price. of Largo. gives silent county seat are heavier, and the cot- tends to hold the international barley
Sbut abundant proof of the farming ton makes more weed and lives usual- and hop exposition, at Berlin. from Oc-
quality of this section, and of Mr. )I until frost. Receipts will show tober 10 to 18. Warsaw. Russia. in-
L COMPANY. Price's farm n particular The potato many more bales from the southern tend$ssoon to ave a permanent ex-
I in question weighed a ; 1-! pounds af- section in the near future. There is position of all articles and goods
ter the chickens had discovered how very little holding of spots in this manutacturetd beyond the limits ot
Sat Ge~neIl UM*e et, delicious it was and had eaten away country.-Monticello News. Russia. "for the purpose of getting
a hole in it as big as a man's foot. n better acquainted with foreign trade.'
SAs we have said, the potato is of this An Insectivorous Herb. China is preparing to demonstrate to
year's growth, as sound as a dollar Almost everybody knows there are the world the value and variety of its
and as sweet as syrup. Mr. Price has such things as insectivorous or car- productions by an exposition at Nan-
N ATC lots of potatoes, may be no others nivorous plants; but it is doubtful kin. The Mexican national exposition
Ome Mth .. ..: .. .. 45 quite so large. but every one as good. If many know we have any such is to be held in Puebla in the spring
0" W. .. .... ...... 10 Potatoes ought to be omre plentiful plants growing right here in South of 1910.
Wikly DUtis. per yen..C1 9t in this section, and Mr. Price is set- Florida. Nevertheless, there is a The Htmgarian crown is eight con-
ting a good example.-Clearwater plant or rather an herb growing here, turies old, and during that time it has.
-P .. -- ....k Press. which is realiY Insectivorous. undergone many strange vicissitudes.
pg r It is likely that on account of its Once it was stolen by a queen, sewn
Sanford's Crop Conditions. being extremely small, it has escaped up in a cushion and. with other bag-
A trip to the vegetable ditricts in attention. In fact. It seems to have gage. carried across the frozen
dlgn 9f i iiof and around Sanford at this Ume is a been overlooked by the botanists also Danube to be pawned for 2.800 du-
Smost interesting study of crop con-!as we are unable to find it classed cats. Redeemed and recovered. i
Id eL ua ISt ditions and gives a good insight into among any of the sensitive plants, was lodged in a fortress and guarded
the prospects of the coming season. This is an annual herb. and the en- day and night by two noblemen. Once
The celery farmers are busy with tire plant, including the flowers, is of it was lost in a ditch. Another time
. Bumism M 10 their seed beds and the recent rains 'a deep. rich red color. It rarely ever it was the prize of bloody forays. For
C, have not prevented the planting to reaches a height of more than three sixty years It was hidden in a forest
any great extent, as many of the beds inches and is never so broad. The to prevent it from falling into the
are sprouting in good form and sev- leaves are spatulate when undis- hands of the Austrians.
LY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1908. eral growers have plants about ready turbed. and present many -small
to transplant. Celery conditions were fibrillae and secrete at their tips a As an instance of the Great Eastern
never better and this great crop tenacious fluid, which is capable of Railway's elaborate precaution for the
should do more for the growers this i holding the very small insects, such safety of travelers on its system, the
season than ever before. Cauliflower as ants and the like. upon which it Railway News says that a Broxbourne
and lettuce plants are looking fine I feeds. When any of these get lodged for the purpose of advising the station
ay: and promise a good crop.-Sanford in the fluid and disturb these fibrillae, eignalman when a train has passed his
SChronicle. the leaves slowly acquire a deep cup- down or up advanced starting -ignal,
r gon, and asked for re-election, I * shape and sometimes curl completely a rail contact is placed about 300
Serious Proposition. lup over their victim. When they yards ahead of the respective ad-
CHANGE." It comes down from the far north- have absorbed all the rich juices of vanced starting signals, and on the en-
west that the stockmen are facing a the insect, they slowly recover their gine reaching the rail contact, a beil
North Dakota. for re-election, and serious difficult. They have a larger original shape, leaving only the is rung in the signal box. and this
than usual production of feeder steers skeleton of the insect remaining. bell continues ringing until the signal
CHANGE." but the price of corn Is so high that These plants grow on the very low. is replaced to danger.
there is little demand for them and flat. poor and sandy lands. They ap- Rhodesia, Eastern Africa. rtrns out
n South Dakota, from the people: prices rule :o low as to discourage pear in the late winter and early some champion big game stories. For
HAN shipping. Now in Florida steers can spring months.-M. D. Punta Gorda Instance: G. Thomasine, a boat
CHANGE" be raised and fed with little corn oy Herald. builder of Livingstone, was out after
Ie of Kansas for re-election, and the man who has velvet beans, and a wild duck on the Zambezi. within a
good profit always is assured to the Pure Horhound Candy. mile of the Victoria Falls, when three
man who does it. It takes eighty lions saw him and gave chase. He
CHANGE." bushels of corn to finish an average We sold the last barrel in toon refuge in a tree, and was comr-
Dis and asked for re-election, and western steer. Fifteen or twenty five days. We now have an- spelled to remain there all night, the
bushels will do the trick in Florida, lions remaining on the watch, It. was
liois announcedwhere the flesh does not have to be other, fresh and nice, at 25 not until well into the next day that
CHANGE." put on, but simply firmed and hard- per lb., at The Crystal Phar- he was discovered by a search party.
ened a little.-Tampa Times. ** which quickly routed the lions and re-
amne of lewa, even when asked -- acy. leased the prisoner.
nnH relied: Bannir Strawberry Year. a .__
SIt begins to look as If this would be Wealthy Berliners do not turn tour-
CHANGE."L Plant City's banner strawberry year. ists during the tourist season. '-ney
The crop prospects were never bet- People in tle avoid the crowds by traveling before
nistakale. Wherever they have ter than at present and the man who and after the crowded months, thus
tly lifted their voices, saying: has the berries in will be the man 1l making sure of more comfort en route
with the cash in his pockets later on. AULllC C and better rooms and better service at
CHANGE." It is a matter of history in this corn- hotels.
t w!e country: munity that the man who makes a
he whole country business of growing strawberries The body of Ponce de Leon, the ex-
makes some money every year, the In what does Golonel Stewart's Im- plorer, lies in the church of San Jose,
) amount of his profits, of course, portance consist that such desperate in San Juan, Porto Rico, and Flosida
Being determined by the seasons and citizens are trying to get possession
a C hange"beIneffort.; should be made to push him of the bones for 'burial in the coun-
the price of his products. There are out of the army?-St. Louis Post-Dis- of tr e boes or burial t oun
no records of failure in the straw- try he searched for the fountain of
berry business.-Plant City Courier. patch. youth.
~Franklin's SweetJohn W. Gates has gold fingerbowls -
Franklin's Sweeon his tabletop Fortunatel King The "Arabian Nights" is au exten-
30 electors from which the democratic Franklin county land will produce Midas is not here to be jealous-Pitts- ive collection of tales forming part
voter must choose the five electors 300 bushels of sweet potatoes to the burGazette-Tes of the Arabian literature, and the
who it elected are pledged to vote in acre. Figured at 50 cents a bushel, burg -exact title of which is "The Book of
,this means $150.000 product to the President Roosevelt's id-a of pro- the Thousand and One Nights." 'luey
the electoral college for Bryan and acre. In the cotton belt a half bale hiding plenty of shade on the farm were first made known to Europe by
Kern. To do this the voter must 'of cotton to the acre is a fair estimate should make at hit with the hired Antoine Galland, between 1704 and
familiarize himself with the names of lof production. In the cotton belt you man.-Toleddo Blade. 1717. He was a French Orientalist,
the democratic electors before be realize $25.00 per acre from your land who succeeded, after much effort, in
e democratic electors before and in this favored section your real- Taft's eldest -d~i leads his class obtaining a manuscript, which he sup-
goes into the booth at the polls to ize $150.00 an acre. At present at Yale Here is another straw in plemented by gathering tales from
vote sweet potatoes are selling at 35 cents the campaign.-Elizabeti Journal. professional story-teels whom he m-.
a peck in Apalachicola. Get wise, during his travels in the east.
A Tennessee woman met the de- move to Franklin and raise sweet Odd things in the news
mnds of a gang of night riders with potatoes.-Apalachicola Times. Pencil marks o nthe walls, broken The Dutch government has granted
Windhesr rpatingo rif d woh PltationsU Wla taeri. windows, defaced doors, tumble down a concession to the Anmsterdam and
a Winchester repeating rifle and won Plantations Under Water. !/teps, and a score of other things. North Holland Electric Tramway Com-
the argument. We are certainly having good old I chargable to some 695,000 boys and pany to build and operate an electric
fashioned weather from the east this I-irls in New York public schools, railway system in Holland. The
Wonder if that Pensacola man who fall. We are* fortunate in having will cost the city the sound sum of route will he nearly 50 kiloms. run-
was fined 99 cents for hugging a gi l, high river banks for farther up the $1.000,000. ning from Amsterdam north through
thinks that he got "his money'* coast the water has no regard for --Th- ,-fnaional board Zaandam to Kromeminle from Zaan.
worth."-4Palatka Times-Herald. bonindaries and has overflowed lato The fie ures of the naiona board the dyk to Wykaan-Zoe, and W ormerveer
the streets. It seems as i it is try- of fire undrwtter show that the r-e he, and eve
He probably does. at least he has ing to reach the record of 1879 when average fire loss plr caita in the to Purmerend. The Holland Devel-
made no kick as to the cost. the back country was one immense United States for the last five years opmient Company, of Amsterdam, will
Alice's husband would show bert'- fa.l that w began to think it was European countric' including France, The grandest train in the world is
political astuteness if he confined his drained fort keeps and planted our Germany and Austila. said to be the kaiser's. It cost l$1,0


e ac t ci t r n ol pali0tind s and statuary. The treas-
years hence. Apeals to Orang rowers. vent filesri ahnd other insectu from n- re room, with its two safes, is burg-
,,, Once more the Times urges the i houselar proof.
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The People S2


Senator Fulton went to 01
and the people mid:
"WE WANT A
Senator Hanebriogh went toe
the people said:
"WE WANT A
Senator Kittredge neard It il
"WE WANT A
Senator Long asked the people
the people shouted:


"WE WANT A
Senator Hopkins went to Illin
e-thirds of the .republicans of II
"WE WANT A


Almost ena.half of the rapubli
by their distinguished Seawter Allis


"WE WANT A-


The voice of the people is unF
a chance to speak, they have earned


"WE WANT A
That sentiment is sweeping t


"We Want


The Retirement
of Col. Stewart.
Col. W. F. Stowar. U. S. A.. bhas at
last been retired, the president ap-
Proviar thire eomaendation of the
examining board, which found the
colonel physically unfit for longer
service in the army.
Dubbed the American Dreyfus.
Col. Stewart has occupied the center
of the stage for the past year. Sent
to as abandoned army posL from Fort
Barrancas, as punishment for disa-
greeing with the president, the army
officer, after remaining there a year.
even then refused to retire unless
with advanced rauk. The laet move,
of the preilden, was a successful
one. When Col. Stewart was ordered
to take the -"riding test" ne traveled
from his distant post by wagon and
,horseback. and finally appeared ready
and willing to show that he was
physically fit, not only to .ride the
required ninety miles within three
days. but to walk it if necessary. lie
was not to be allowed this privilege,
however.


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A FOOL
1 saw a little mole upon your neck.
And longed to kiss it, but I did not
dare,
'Twas but a tiny, rounded, brownish
speck
Half hidden by a ringlet of your
hair. /
I, saw a freckle on your milk-white
arm,
Halfway between the shoulder and
the bend
Of dimpled elbow. Was there anyv"
harm
To let my lips upon the spot de-
scend?
I saw a frown upon your perfect brow
A witching pout-and then a wel-
come smile;
Was I a fool my passion to avow
When eager eyes had told you all
the while
-The Adorer.
She Likes Geed Things.
Mrs. Chaa. E. Smith. of West Frank
lin, Maine, says: "I like good thing
sad have adopted Dr. King's New Lilt
PIlls as our family laxative medicine,
because they are good and do their
work without making a fuss about it."
These paialese purifiers sold at all
druggists. 26c.

Subscrib_ for The -- rnal.


DEMOCRATIC TICKET

NATIONAL.
For Presidential ElectorM.
II. P. Bailey.
P. W. Butler.
Robt. E. Davis.
Geo. C. Martin, ,
Samuel E. Pasco. I
For Congressman:
.1. Walter Kehoc. ,
D. H. Maays.
STATE NOMINEES.
Governor-Albert \V. Gilchrist
Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw
ford.
Attorney General-Park M. Tram
melL
Comptroller-A. C. Croom.
State Treasurer-W. V. Knott.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
-Wm. H. Holloway.
Comrrissioner of Agriculture-B. E.
McLin.
Railroad Commieiloner-Royal C.
Dunn.
Justices of the Supreme Court:
Wm. A. Hocker.
Thos. MI. Shackleford.
COUNTY NOMINEES.
Representatives:
C. L. Wigglns.
J. P. Stokes.
Sheriff-J. C. Van Pelt.
Clerk of Court-James Maclibboa.
County J.-ge Ilery Belllifer.
Tax Ase-sor-W. W. Richards.
Tax Collector-J. 8. Roberts.
County Treasurer-J. Ed. Williams. %
School Superintendent-N. B. ACok "
County Surveyor-.
justice of the Peace, Dist. 2.-1L.
Nicholsen.
Constable. Dist. 2.-C. P. Bobe.


Political ,Atdowicevuts.
FOR a Helnir.
I hereby announce mysif as a
the oce of sheriff o m
ty. aIndepndently. I teo theede

CAPT. FRANK A. lCS.M
At the request of.haa fremtis o iiJ
city and county. I bel by -mmnce~ ,:
as a candldrte for the e of r -
Escambla Cotumty. m the general
to be held in Novmber, and se 1
votes of all votUa in this counm;.
S= -C. w.JAMofft. +_


Does not Color the H

Destroys Dandruff

AYVER'S HAIR VIGOR




: Attention Democrats


* The Bryan-Kern Club of Escambia county has perfected perma- 9
* neat organization and the name of every democrat should be upon 9
* its membership list. It costs nothing to join but the presence of your 9
* name on the roll will be a valuable asset of the club for the reason 4
* that the primary object of the organization is to roll up a mammoth 4
* democratic vote in the coming election. 4
* If you will sign the membership coupon found below and mail 4
* the same to the secretary your name will be placed on the member- 9
* ship list. :
* Hundreds of names are being added to the membership list 0
* each day. Send in your name. 0
* 9
-0
* \Vm. C. Monroe, Secretary Bryan-Kern Club. 9
* Box 4S4. Pensacola. Fla. 0
* Sir: I am for Bryan and Kern. Please enroll me as a meni-
* her of the Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work and vote for Bryan and 0
* Kern in the coming election. 0
* 9
* Name ........ .................. ......... .............. .
* Predenct Number ... ...........................9
* Post Office ................ ..........................

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peals," observes a Chicago attorney.
"does not always work out advanta-
geously.
All the testimony in a case recently.
tried in Ohio had been taken, the law-
yers for both sides had summed up,
and the Judge had charged the jury.
when up rose the intelligent juror
against whom both counsel had thun-
dered their impassioned appeals. He,
wanted the court to give him -some in-
formation.
'I have been bothered a good deal
by two words the lawyers use here all
the time." said the intelligent juror.
'What are they?' asked the court,
expecting no doubt, to be called upon
to expound res inter alom acta or a
fortiori,. or some other abstruse term.
P "Plaintiff" and "defendant," said
the juror. 'I don't know just what
they mean."-Harper's Weekly.

*IS THE PRIMARY *
LAW CONSTITUTIONAL? 9


In an item in last week's Index,
we passed up tor-Bro. John M. Cald-
well a query as o whether the pri-
mary election law was constitutional.
We are now going to give him ar-
other.
The constitution of the state of
Florida provides for certain courts.
Any other tribunals than those provid-
ed for would haft no authority. But
the legislature, in framing the prl-
mary election law, has provided that
three committees shall be courts of
last resort-the county committee,
where It affects county officers' is a
court of initiative and finality. There
is an appeal to either the congression-
al or state committee whenever the
vote of a congressman or state officer
Is questioned. But the law says "their
decision shall be flal." This consti-
tutes each of these committee a court.
because "they hear evidence," and
base their decisionn" upon this. The
general election law does not do this.
The canvassing officers simply meet
and declare the result, and in case any
fraud has been committed, the courts
are open. From decisions of a can-
vassing board, under the primary,
there is no appeal to the courts, ac-
cording to Judge Wolfe's recent rul-
ing; but Judge Malone has decided
just opposite to this. Then. according
to Judge Wolfe, the canvassing board
is a court-one not provided for by
the fundamental law of Florida.
The books say that "Judicial power
i; defined to be the power to hear and
determine a cause." Under the con-
stitution of the state of Florida. all
judicial power i- vested in the courts.
Under- the primary election law. t.he
country executive or standing commit-
tee is vested with power to hear and
determine all contests. and to pre-
serve in writing all evidence heard
and considered by such committee."
and "the decisions and rulings of the
county committee shall be final as to
any county candidate before such pri-
miary." In case of a cpn test for a
congressman or state office the con-
gressional or state committee are
given the power of review of the de-
cisions of the county committee, "and
its; decisions shall be final." We have
followed the language of the statute
in this contention..
Now, If this does not look like an
effort to put the status and rights of a
candidate in the hands of a commit-
tee, outside of and away from the'
pale or reach of the law's protection,
(the courts). then we do not under-
stand plain English.
Why should a candidate be thus out-
lawed?
We want Bro. Caldwell, who Is the
lawyer in the newspaper ranks. to
get us straight on this proposition.-4-
Lake City Index.


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Tas P&SNGACOIA


TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1908. 1


FOR MAN

Guile, Darbed rwe Cab- &


S OUMO TO @lE. / critical lIess of his sister, Mrs. R. U daig e w A m ---- u
fWata wM aplik" the astroneo Chaferturw. A po"al Mt wbE i 1g W 1R ba
ers ------ LTON MAMUFAC MG CO. 4
S iumsu '&cesw ol t Pnoon.'. PERSONAL MENTION.
1 Nto.ll is bal loo Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Johnston
^^E -- t a have returned from Indianapolis, ..
U 0* frtoae thB the mail in f where they had been on, a *visit toRURAL R-OU TE

to come !" was just Mre M. E. Batts, who has been
mofta mre. summering in Colorado, has returned UB
T f e'd not need it, you see. to the city, accompanied by her niece. UBU
lo H Fc In Gunter's Maga- --- SUBUR
Sm #r eveber Mr. Rolls Barnard, of Arizona, is
i the guest or Mr4 and Mrs. W. H.
9,1, ERATE h E Urmey at Hotel Escamibi for a week
S. aR Aag A m u~a vY. or more. Petitions Will Be Circulated
Mri. m Mrsm Ji A rod Ander- Mr. E. L. Deckard Is having a de- and Fo ward to the
Pr W e T leasn 04t their lightful visit with friends in New Or-
pe. cm uay y m at their leans, and will not return to Pensa-
Shamon oe W t Garden street, the cola for another week yet. Depart
event -e the celebration of their ._ ,
\ twenty@4t welg Baniversary. Mrs. W. H. Watson and Attle son
SThe m mber aof the FWWfen Verein left yesterday for Marianna and De- THOSE RESIDING OUTSIDE THE
preetWd tehem with a lovely sliver, Funiak. where they will vis.t .rela-
servies. Thi e was a large crowl tives for a few sweks. FREE DELIVERY ARE TO RE-
presenat s, and delicious refreshments
Were served. a *d Miss A. Carlen. of th # nny Bankh QUEST THAT RURAL DELIVERY
SS anitarium. at Camp Walton, is visit
IULE GLASS OF ing Mrs. A. A. Fisher. ROUTES BE ESTABLISHED BY
l mrnig at ten o'clock the Mr. Oliver Brawner returned Sat- THE POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT
MU Oaft dhe i Pibyterlan church met urday from school.. called by the *e-
:a the parlsoT of the Sunday school rious illness of his mother. Mrs.
ro s and organized a "Mens' Bible Brawner is much improved now, how- To obtain free mail delivery, which
Clas.." ever. is now being denied them by reason
40h, class will have Capt. R. M. Adam ewi, of Marianna-spent of bad and defective sidewalks and in
BusbeeU as tea4 egr or study leader,a couple of days with his parent many instances no walks at all, is
,t the c willbe run by ts.mem a uple of da with his parent behind a movement started during the
rather than by the teacher. The r.d Mrs. Richard ewis of 1019 past few days by parties resid.sg in
rollowa .gPeers were elected: steadsden Mte the suburbs of the city, and if they
8. WUlim. t I ndMrs. E. 31. Pyle. Mrs. I t. Burrow are successful in obtaining the neces-
S"F, 8. Mellon, vice-president. and e T da iehBu ow x eats sary number of names there is hardly
J. T.G reda, serer to be absent until Saturday.any doubtbut that the will aecrre
H. W 3btreasurer. to be bent t turdd. thefree delivery of their mail each
The purpose of the class is not for The New City Flinch Club will day the sale as those residing within
Bible sdaly only but also for carry- meet Thursday at 3 p. m. with" M-rs. the carr-kr limits are now doing.
oug out TarVoti lines of active Chris- Collin. at her home in New The wish of many of those eonnect-
tia we AA" A1M Who w ashes to City, corner of Thirteen* avenue and ed with the movement is to have es-
Jo E witS this elass., w eter a mem- korteenth street. tablished in the suburbs of the city
ar of the Presbyterian church or not, rural free delivery routes and with
will welcome at the neetlnas of Mrs. B. S. Bernard, who has had this end in view petitions are to be
the cl- .saar jorni gs ..at 10 charge of the society department of circulated to obtain the nPoessary
o'clock la ti*e rbyterian church. Their Journal for several years, left number of sigers. "Dn East Hill Geo.
last ni ht, accompanied by her two W. Johnston is working up the route.
P4 WTATION OF children, for, Meridian,- Miss., where and when the necessary number of
011O0 BS THM AFTERNOON. she will join her husband. They will signatures are secured the petition
.The peseatatlo Of crosses of make their future home in that city, will be forwarded to the postofllie de-
mg ar by the United Daughters of the Mr. Bernard being in charge of the apartment. It is believed that a rural
Caateraey to Comfederate veterans Meridian Dispatch. route will then be established.
: all eow Tuesday at the Confederate At Pisherville there is a similar
bivo.us at 4 o'letk in the evewlng. Clarksville, Ark,, Herald: Mr. J. movement. At present those residing
The-f"UwIng Yeterans will be pre- C. Pebley, and wife of Pensacola, Fla.. there are deprived of the .ree deliv-
u-Ita*.with croses of honor: A. B. who. have been visiting Clarksville cry of mail, and they believe that
B L ~. J. Bradle1. Dr. J. C. Cra- for a few weeks, have taken their they can secure it by petitioning the
Sv y, Jam CCetut, J. C. Grant, Capt. departure for the west to the regret department for the establishment of
.H. 9 H Wehama, Joseph MeVoy, of all his old friends and school a rural route. This would not only
Rena-all. J. 1S, Spooa and I. imtes of forty-odd years ago. He give the Fisherville residents their
T elh ..Ie h as met them by the score, all getting
raThee s roe sewere V4 ibe presented old like himself. They have tried to
* I 1 t _M. 6eS 27Tth, but induce him to become a citizen #f N
g to the U ure o te factory to Clarksville. where e was so populadin FacePowder
40dtiver them, the 1 resentation0tas de- in hks youthful days. but Mr. Pebleyv
Sderr aail Tue. ay. health is poor and requires im rt Prein.e-esa tt-z- i C-l ee
Atby-%e ._. *D C.' *nll-%e seek a higher. dryer climate., w hi h sftw.
"hA SImeately .fter the presenta- we all very much regret. We hop nt lvt
t tt p.Mr. Pebley will speedily regain hi. Rf m. ailased
health and we assure him that he ;.. Purie ry
SA MARPR-PEAR WDDOINd will always be a welcome visitor t( ': awy Harild -
oygrY MAY O$RNING. Clarksvillc_. i water. Preyets re-
A quit marriage, a3a one which turn of dicel ows.
will come as a surprise .to many o t T TASTES SO GOOD. (In drc m boxra ouy.)
Tw ..- .,- t.;,tr, ,_ ak,, i h4tirinr_, boeis ealy.)


the trleads of the young people, was
biee*nudead yesterday morning, when
County .4W .e ry Bellinger united
Mr. rank Pear of Mobile, and Miss
Nolle Harper, -of Ferry Pass; ih mar-
riaae .
,The bride is the daughter of Mr.
an4 Mrs. G. W. Harper, of Mobile, and
list many friends, not only at her
Some, but also in Pensacola.
Immediately after the ceremony th
mewly wedded couple left for Mobile.
where they will la future reside.
Mrs. I. Gugnheim left last night
tor Neiw QrleanA, called there by the

State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas
County. om:
Frank J. Chaney makes oath that he is
senler partner of the ana of P. J. Chency
Co.. 4Ing bussinB In the City of
Toledo. County sad State aforesaid, and
that said Am will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDteD DOZ LS for each and every
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the uae of Hais Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subacribel in
My presence. thli sth day of Drtveuber.
A. D. 188. A. W. GLEASONN:
(seal.) Notary Pubilc.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally.
end acts directly on the blood and imu-
ets surfaces of the system. Send for
*'WI*wal'- free.
-r., J. CH kNie & .. Toledo. 0.
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COLD



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Sharpens the appetite and the
faltowing list will probably sug-
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tlas loraling "what will I get
for dinner?"
Imoarted Dill Pickles, Sour
.Avst, P.Ig' Feet. Spare Ribs,
Weferet Ccamse, New Paper
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SCandy.
Phoes 0W and 178.


forth exclamations of delight when y- nae 508.. "a-
made with Blue Ribbon Vanilla or how",*a if y arn
Lemon not catirely atisfia Tint-WUite. al
W,-Vs ^ Pna.Braettr. ByglmadigduembfrMiL
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Spiclal o The* Journal. The Journal"' D ad
Andalusia, Ala., Oct. 12.-M.asonic I
funeral services were held here yes-
terday over the body o f C'has. IR.
White, who dled at Caryville. a 'hort
time ago, the remains being brought
here for interment. lie was a mem- nC


her of the Masonic lodge at Falo. and
the Falso lodge joined lhe lodge hero,
In the services. There was quite a
number of citizens of. Falco here, in-
cluding D. Wilkinson, who is one ol
the managers of the Falco Mill Co..
D. D. Miles. post master, and iH. A.
Thompson, one of the firm of the
Falco Mercantile Co.. with other
prominent citizens. Notwithstanding
the services W'ere at 11 o'clock, and
services at all the churches in town,
there was a large crowd.
Stuart's aCKh a Junipr is the
ast nllae rowdy known for kid-
sy and blddme trouble. =


For the. grippe, which is
now so prevalent in the
whole country, there is noth-
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Pills.. These, with Rexall
Cold Tablets, will quickly re-
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DESIGN FOR GOWN OF SILK OR CLOTH.
Various materials would be suitable made up after the design p
toured, the model bo*- *- -" braided in self-tone soutache. TI
sleeves were an especially attraUct e feature of the town, and we
very odd In style. They were cut I1 one with the bodle and we
fastened over -a long underaleeve of tucked mull and val. edging, wi
tiny buttolb4. covered with the gown material. The skirt had a points
overskirt. which was tritnmpn.*d w*** a: ow of little buttwo covered wi
the gown material. The skirt had a pointed overskirt, which was tri
med with a row of little buttons down the centre seaS. The yoke w
of fine white lae laid over a lower part of tucked 'mull and tit
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time enough to register, and then, the
Isame day, will go to Oswego and
S* Waverly, speaking at both places in
.the. afternoon. That night he will
SU speak at Elmira. After dropping
down to New Rochelle and Mount
O Vernon, he will.on \ednesday visit
AND BEASt. Roma, Oneida, Canatoga and Syra-
.. cuse. The next day he probably will
tilya-W- pm--i. I HUGH come to New York and then go up
Sees most m113 ei s of uh -state ain.
Gov. Hughes and Judge Taft will
speak at .nadison Square Garden on
rw and Sore eeat in Cown Republican Campaign In oct. 8. The governor is reported n o
ade "Pims *tso a m Docts moIMN." be in excellent condition for his trip
4t fMA 3hSL.x manno M .Y. New York Is Now at a through the state. To help him in his
campaign it was announced hat state
Standstill. headquarters yesterday that Vice-
-t-ans President Fairbanks will make sev-
eral speeches next week. lie will be
In D nkirk on Wednesday and Ithaca
0R F| Y There is apprehension aL Republi- on Tuesday. IUs other speaking
S FOR CITY can state headquarters over the in- dates have not been arranged, but he
different attitude manifested by re- (will remain in the state the entire
SD' A1OW DES|E publicans throughout the state to week. Secretary Straus will also
S NOW DESIRE ward the candidacy of Gov. hes make several speeches in the state.
says the New York World. Republi-
can leaders in various sections have A lot of old newspapers,r
mail each day, but would a provide been sending reports to headquarters tied up in neat bundles for
mail each day, but would at'o provide in the last few days saying that they Op
delivery for many others in the west- have failed 'to stir up any real en- Sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour-
em suburbs, who are now getting thusiaem for the governor, and that. na office.
their mail by coming to the postoffice. unless something is done, there is a
chance that Hughes will be defeated. C,. -
S. The leaders do not make any se-
Why James Lea Got Well. cret of the fact that Chanler has SAMSON.
Everybody in Zanesville. O knows been making a telling fight in his
Mrs. Mary Lee. of rural route 8. She tour through the state. He' has been t. -- -i.--~
writes: "My husband. James Lee. firm- well received, and the republican
ly believes he owes his life to the use leaders have viewed this sentiment SpecAl to The Journal.
of Dr. King's New Discoyery. HiA toward his candidacy with concern. Stmson, Ala., Oct. 12.-Samson s
lungs were so severely affected that Not only is this true up-state. ac- new officials took charge of the city
consumption seemed inevitable. w-ien cording to advices received at the re- affairs Monday.
a friend recommended New Discovery. publican state headquarters, but Mr. and Mrs. J. E. FauiK have re-
We tried it. and Its use has restored right here where the campaign iN
him to perfect health. Dr. King'. being directed, the same condition has turned from their bridal tour.
New Discovery is the King of throat become paent Secretary Pryer of bthe Geneva
and lung remedies. For coughs and The situation was discussed at a County fair has been very busy this
colds it has no equal. The first def. Try old undeconference yesterday at state head- week perfecting arrangements for the
gives relief. Try t! Sold under artery between Timothy Woodruff. fair, which will open Tuesday the
guarantee at all druggists. 50c and State Chairman Herbert Parsons, of 13th.
$1.00. Trial bottle free. the county committee, and several Mrs. J. C. Hurst. who was called to
other leaders. it was agreed that Clayton last week by the death of
Jov. Hughes's personal and immedi- her aged mother, returned Saturday
For coughs and colds noth- ate attention to the campaign in this from her sad mission.
ing betterthan good old- state is necessary to stem the tide Prof. J. J. Jones. accompanied by
ing better than good toward his democratic onponeut. his little daughter. Kate. returned last
fashioned Horehound Candy Parsons Wants Hughes Here. Saturday from an extended viAt to
at per lb., at Th Cy Chairman Parsons told of the situ lhic sons in Georgia and Florida.
at 25c per lb., at The Crystal nation in New York count. which, h ('arl Mosely, who has been serious-
iPhatiCy. pointedout. was bad. He suggested iv ill with typhoid fever in New Or-
i that Gov. Hughes, who arrives here leans. was brought home last week
next Monday from his western trip. and is .lowly improving.
ought to make a speech in this city Mrs. .1. J. Morris was able to be out
before starting pn the up-state tour and take charge of her class at
that has been mapped out for him as Sabbath school after an absence of
R1IT TO T 11a wind-up to the campaign, several weeks on account of a broken
I The leaders looked over the sched- rib.
ule and found that Gov. Hughes s aMrs. Thomam Reynolds Is seriously
down for speeches at New Rochelle. ill at her home in the eastern part of
Yonkers and Mount Vernon on Tues. the city, grave fears are entertained
I 1 L day; after that. he is booked to go for her recovery.
through the state, by gradual stages, A, large number of Gypsies are
until he has covered all but seven of camped near the fair grounds pre-
the counties. While nothing definite pared to do some interesting swapping
A Low Round Trip Has was decided, it is likely that the with the visitors to the fair.
schedule will be reconstructed so thai We experienced quite a mad-dog
Been Made by the Rail- i the governor may skip one of the fright last week and as a result the
!towns down on the itinerary, toward canine population of our town are
roads For Occasion. i tne middle of the week, and come to required to "Stay in their own Back
adNe w Y york. Yards." or don a muzzle.
r F ODuring Cov. Hughes's absence in Rev. R. M. Hunter, the Baptist pas-
ithe west the state campaign of the tor here, has accepted a call to New-
General W. L. Wittich. commanding 'republicans has been practically at. a ton. Rev. Mr. Schramm has been seo.
the Florida brigade of United Confed- stadnstill, and this is why Chanler has elected to fill hi place. We regret
e Veterans is i re p f a- been able to make such headway, to lose Brother Hunter but extend a
rate Veterans i in receipt of ad- When Gov. Hughes gets back the hearty welcome to his successor.
%ices from railroads giving the rates state leaders have every confidence The company holding the light and
which have been made on account of that he will recover whatever strengUi water franchise has allowed the time
the re-union of th% Florida brigade at he has lost. They believe he will be to elap-e and the city fathers will
Son oct. 21 and e. elected, but they do not hesitate to open negotiations at once with other
Tampa on Oct. 1 and admit that he must make a vigorous companies.
The round trip rate is as follows: energetic campaign from now on. Died: Saturday night at his home
From Pensacola to Tampa, $11.75; They point to the favorable impres- just east of town. Mr. .J. A. Church-
from Milton., 10.75; from DeF'uniak. sion he has made in the Oest as Cvi- well. His death due to heart disease,
$9.55; Chipley, $9.05; from Marianna, dence of what he can do ,when he re- was very unexpected, he having been
$8.42. turns to his own campaign. in town that afternoon in as good
Delegates are to go through Jack- Mr. Woodruff had a telephone talk health as usual. He is survived by a
.sonville over the Seaboard Air Line. in the morning with Secretary lioen wife and eleven children.
leaving Pensacola at 5 p. m. on Oct.'at Washington. and to him communi-
19th, and arriving In Tampa on the cated the conditions confronting the A lot of old ii.,wspapl rs
10th at 5 p. m. state ticket. He assured Mr. locb he
Might tell the president thai llughes tied up in neat bundles for
-tibscribe for The J-irnal. would be elected, but he added that sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour.
thereawas a lot of work ahead to bring
this about nal office. .
a Busy Week for Hughes. --
S Fashio Feature Gov. Hughes on Monday will take THE FISHERIES CONGRESS.
The International Fisheries Con-
gress, held recently n VWaAhington,
devoted itself to the problem of how
No matter what the death cer- to insure a cheap wholesome and reg-
tificate says, the fundamental ular food supply for the entire world.
cause of one-half the deaths re- fsh in the sea than have been pull-
corded is constipation. Cur ed out of it, many of these fish are
*S-i where it is impossible to get them.
S yourself of the habit by eatin Only when they come into the shallow
iailyv waters of our bays and cstuarles. or
J the river mouth to spawn are they to
S 'be caught in any abundant quanti-
ties. The principal food of at least
one-fourth of the world's populAtion

feY i T FLAKE CELERY



W S which is made from the whol7 :
^ m _J-grain of the wheat berry.


*i in E
\,\ .o D eR. THOS. S. MITCHELL phon f -
,-M J J Ofll<'< DhOne, K o. l1>0. Residence phone,


the wonderful

fand pleasure

ien are experi-


encing wearing the .


Red Cross Shoe
you wouldn't be without it.
The sole is of regular thickness, but it isfAw-
ible. It is made of specially tanned
leather, so perfectly tanned that it
follows every movement of the foot
as a glove moves with the hands.
We have the Red Cross in all
styles, all leathers. High Shoes
$4.00; Oxfords, $3.50.
Come isn ad see it

BOSTON SHOE
**^ STRE IK^


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dresses. They will get
their bands and facet
dirty.
All right! Let them?

Ivory Soap and water
will make everything
clean again.
Equally available for bath, toiht
and fine laundry use.

Ivory Soap
99 4 lo Per Gent. Pure.
-
comes from the sea. Fish Is the chief
ingredient of the food of such people
as the Japanese. the Chinese and the
South Sea Islanders. The Epicurean
smacks his lips over his lobster New-
burge at Delmonico's. while the
Chinese coolie makes a meal of devil
fl!h The sea in case of necessity.
could feed the entire world. The ex-
termination of tihe American bison is
an example of what wholesale slaugh-
ter of any game can amount to. Of
the noble herds that once ranged
the prairies only a few moth-emteu
creatures are left. Unless the waterA
of our most profitable fishing grounds
arc constantly restocked, the supply.
which, for years has been v;eemingly
exhaustless, will soon ee depleted. Of
all the governments that. are interest-
ed in keeping the supply in excess of
the demand the United Statez has
taken a conspicuous part. It is a very
interesting family of small fry that
Uncle Sam is bringing up yearly in
the breeding troughs whica the Plash
Commission has established. It Is
now possible to export the young
fish to the inland lakes and rivers
which are at present practically des-
titute of the finny species. Provisioas
of this tort will be of benefit to a
great many people in all parts of the
world. From the Grank Banks, the
Great Lakes or the Columbia river
to the Inland Sea of Japan, or the
shallows og the China coast, the fish-
erman will find this catches better..
The canning and the packing indtu
dustries front the Pacific Coast to Nor-
way will be stimulated and thousands
of people will be kept steadily in em-
ployment. Such conferences mean
more caviare: more canned salmon;
more sardines; more diamond-back
terrapin; more broiled lobster; morp
shad roes on toast; more kippered
herring: more codfish ball.3; more
clam chowder, and more oyster
soup.-Cincinnatl Tlmes-Star.



Scoff's Emulsion,

is for coughs and colds as
well. as for consumption.
It's easy for Scott's
Emulsion to cure a cold
or cough and it does it
better than anything else
because it builds up
and strengthens at the
same time.
Don't wait until you get
Consumption or Bronchi-
tis. Get. Scott"s. 1.4
sam thIs a m woss sbn a
-p in & it4 hi vw ich p s siMow
cets to ceer penaeI, nd a" wUemman&90
SmC utt Had At ha.4w thegWf W d
SCOTTABO>WIE. 40Pimsu,, &MBra0


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frHE PENSACOIA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1908.


______________________________ I


WfiADS JURLWN
fNa CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY:,.

O" .


What You Want Someone Else May Have.


LA ADVERTISE IT


4


.6 What You Have Someone Else May Want.


FOR SALE.


r D-To buy round-bottom yaw wiFR o ALE at a bargain a tot 95x126
About IS feet long 5 teet beam. feet, with 4-room house, located at 5o4
"a U snabll In price. Address N. "0" street. Apply on premises.
S- iabe ta. .e20w Uoctlw*
SANTUD-aPotiFnby Ftd OR SALE-A few choice cockerels and
L. wrn rs et. (11cn et e pults. Rhode Island Reds, White Leg-
S Wrigt St. c e=s, Light Brahmas apd Black Lang-
WAMMU t --a..... ....e (noa sCam. One to ave dollars each. Call or
) to renWhit.Vmanland wife (nao h wipteMrs. W- .eReed, 423 N. Barcelona.
b) ig 2% mifkf from Pe.mao1 post- .3oct1w9
t tmal lonsideration to right
Ref*. rence required. Fre .Pat-OR S AL.-LEAVING THE CITY
a adress- "Owner. No. ." Care J- PERMANENTLY WILL SELL AT
Sectlt LOW PFIURES POR CASH, FIRST-
W*MD-You to knht athe Solo- LAM FUKNITUR, ANTIQUE
S trniture Company sells blankets. WASIQMMU, HOOUMHOLD GOODS,
ftrts. bedspreads. rugs. a lace our- *TOVS ETC. P. STONE, 34 E.
t on weekly or monthly KM P-enta. c S% 34 E
SM and our ale samn c. C84AM ST. lloct-lw-pd
delamon Furniture Co., W. Government
St. 1leCtlinPOR ALe-One -Shoales Typewriter,
-A pospratcti y S ew. Address BoxA. A.,
TED--A po"st hti by NOYst Peoascolp.e Pl. 0ct
grapher; also extra work taken. Ad-A
X *. C.. Care -The JaL oct OR SALE--Blankets. comforts, bed-
__ ...M..".-. d u fad pritnt- II and lace curtains. Weekly
. ** W T~~r ea~_~_ Boofk aad* ,o M me mU p payments. Phone 971 and our
S. I g at Johnsons BOOK WW. Wcn w l SolSalomon Furniture
* .WAiNTED-All the ladies to know that Co- W- W r. nt St. 10octim
the lst patterns in Parisian tallorAsg Irog AjOne or two 36-ft bot ball
1 m; bie see at The Parisian 7"h t-, .-a, ...
3 a3. t suMling. oc lent condition. Only in use ninety dayi .
brience Terms ca sTash or time payments. Address
.. i tOX 1AdsMisR.s ILW Wt .th -J_ Gen. Delivery, Petw-
08te+ft l1th -dd- s MissM- E L
ar P saaM octm FOR SAla.-Goo saddle pony and one
saddle. Cheap. Pon's stable, W In-
SWATtD-AU kinds of armstoclean tendeneft street. 7octi w*
W r apr. To St and duplicate any' a lot 65xl25
*l San t kso Lsaeiallwson. t so toot feet, with 4-room hooue, located at 504
'- ep a.efeN.to do. N W.* ^ street. Apply a premises.

'ws wAtr to man ours e tcalr UPRWOT M TH& BARNES Piano. al-
e r',2B p1Jairg. L loyd & Baroco.. I0 Cah Call phone 593.
e m' u ats.rigPhone 61.- .tept or 320 West Cervantes St. Goctlwo

A DNT ---Your orders for fresh meat FOR SALE.-TImbeeo lands In large or
a&d vkgetablet. Delivered any rt of small tracts. S outhem Real Estate and
'* vLe. UMeys Meat Markst li East Investment Co., Flomaton. Ala. octtf
Stss*ag Phome 138.- ltpt LAUNCH.22% teet t> 44-Inech beam. 7
S1: ....s @1 o hand H. P. SpeeN about 10 miles per
obDsS 'ng them to us: tSeS to hea. AA. A. Wrighton, 6 W. Ro-
o us; rite to us Orner I sept30tf
Al eans streets& Seept FOR AL1-A fane 2-story house with all
Sr. noen m conveniences, on East Hill, one
DA buyer for 1; lotsIn ta block from ear mline and on a corner fac-
and house with 6 lots an East HI& VrsoutL hargeh lom t.n Bo.
A- ew. 2 X. iP& St. f st ut -an tLar e lhomte onBayou
r. 7.tchic, the mpvemts cost more
yImlTor shoes to m r while than the s.1o i.at e6 0.
HAN sa"e" ia ae to 1 h A a-ye e a" e d flot. on Eut HM,
wit.. oaet alatess tooet. at $1. f".
1 aer A s-room house and S lots on West Gar-
L m4a- A o wage ] A 6-roam house, corner lot, N. Spring
tea as ft. Close la. $2800.
Sg A 5$-room heos and 3 lots on North
A fRe lot on the corner of Chase and
"DeGV1 streets, at $3S00.
SOttage on W. Government St., $1200.
OARD AND ROOMS. es Little B ayou at $1500.
'*" RDbusinaess Y on Palafox,
Oss Baylen ad Intoendencla Sts. Pri-
B S mWIYr -PURNIRHRD PRONT es an request.
S=o private family for one or tw ae sme farms for sale.
r couple. Desrabl neig eh- JOHN'N. DAY. Bast Garden St.
i ,and on car lIne. 422 W. Gregory
1 r 4W.1octw* AD COLLARS-LAtest novelty ouat;


wAN23D-To furnish board and roem-
irtw ve young men. 41 East Chase lt
Slectiw
BET--Furished o mn. Aat

ID ROOMS by the day, week
or aoUth. Apply No. 2 N. Palafox St.
pSootm*
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS fer
Moutsekeeping. Apply 914 B. Jack-
SAplyeL T6TocUtem
31011 RNNT-Rooms sustaMle for light
busetkeeping. Apply corner Cervante
4" Cjardova streets Phone 1457. Soctim
WORt RENT-Two completely furnished
rooms suitable for light housekeeping.
Use f asa. bath and phone. APply In
\ mecmioH Phone 1225. loetlet
f ADS. always bring results.
-, ry 'ent you try The Journal's Want
Y Th are doing wonderful things
or ethe people and why not you?
MO NPUTRNISHD rooms, close in;
neighborhood. Apply 4:65 sEt

yOU m PrT-Com.fortable furnled rooms
with gas and bath. one block from Pala-
S street. 110 W. Chase t. LIeeptIm*
J ,M1 WINT-Furnished or unfurnished
frt. room. southern and eastern ex-
-sN, bvho- and bath, to desirable
North Hll. Private family. Ad-
SBox 574. 5Iaug
s| ..u .- .

EDUCATIONAL.
)CONSERVATORY COURSE. Nor-
: method. Harmony, Theory. Peda-
Students qualified for teaching."
cat awarded. Phone 367. Madame
HiIL loctlm
MARGARET MACLAY will reopen
SKintdergarten at 21 W. Strong
esat on Monday. October the 6th. Phone


t. e ret whie, Mue and amber.
et t,.to anew T on receipt of fifty
n K3psta Pn1 46 1? 0. Box
2-ANPNT PLACE, 7 miles from Pen-
osela. mile west of OMve station,
knows as 7-mile house. on old Jackson
re d. 30 acres farming and tobacco land,
feame and croas-fenced with woven-wire
FB-e, balance partly cleared, partly tim-.
ber. Fne oaka, pear, chestnut and other
trees. Stream running through; many
prings place; also buggy, harness.
w on and farming tools. 3 1-room houses.
1 -feet stable, with two rooms; 1 25-foat
bar sad other outhouses. Suitable for
sanitarium, country club. factory, hotel
or stock farming. Price 23.000. For sale
or exchange for city property. improved
or untproved n t payment, and the
balance to cash. r particulars. address
G. A. v Havay, P. 0. Box 603, or Fisher
Real o state Agency. 17eeptlni
FOR SALE OR lRNT--B4abreexe cottage
on Santa Reem sound. Good outbuild-
ings and bdut 19 acres land, extending
from Pemsaola bey to Santa Rosa Sound.
Harry W. GIbbs.27 8. Palafox St.1

FOR SA -eond-hane ranich &
Back Piano; chea anA on easy terms.
PhtMe 33. Sept
A NAUTIWTI. HOME POR SALE-No
1C East Ga en street. 2-story. 7-
roome h ousegee coditlon. now rented,
for $Uper em C n be bought for
sun. Termsj par month. Has large
lot. sureai by beautiful shade trees.
A-poy B. E. Clutter, at The Clutter Music
Huse. 9aug
FOR SALE-A large quantity of old
newspapers at five cents a bundle.
All dean and ready for use. Just the
thing for wrapping or packing purposes.
OR aAU.-Pur.- fresh olive oiL. Just
seeslven. A & Ca.. T South
pOla8T .eh I. |a


HOTELS.


BARGAIN


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THE A, B, C OF INVESTMENT
is to buy where the property mpst Intrease in value.
and "Buy Where It is for the Interest of the Seller to Have That Property
Grow."
The first rule is so plain that no argument is needed. The second of
these two rules-
Buy Where It is for the Inteest of the &eller to Have that Property
Grow. is worth most careful considrration.-
The broad principle of Ru?. sl sage's advice. "Young Man. Buy Real
Estate," will soon rank with Hora;-e Greel'-' s aphorism-"Young Man. Go
WV-st." and the advice is good, but does it not strike you, that if you are
going t-3 buy, you might as well buy the best, that is buy lots with the
company that builds and develops?'
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any
other property in o- around Pensacola.
We guarantee street car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine months from date.
You can buy these East Pensacola building lots now for $50 and up,
each according to location, on the Inst3liment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and 5 per cent monthly, ho interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
and mortgage or all cash with liberal discount.
Only 2'i0 l,'ts will be sold at pr>s-nt prices. When this allotment is
sold, no further sales wilr be made by us until after street car line is conim-
pleted.
Six yearsaago a few brave souls bought lots In New City for $50 each.
The street car line was extended and many of these lots have sold
for $500.00 each. since then. East Pensacola will do as well. The biggest
boom that ever oc-urredn the history of the world, will witn the history of the world, will within the next
few years take place in Real Estate, and mark these words. East Pensacola
will be a record breaker.
No lots sold tp undesirable parties. We shall have some interesting
things to say from time to time. but the most interesting of all is this-
Don't Wait. Get in before the 250 lots are sold.

The Pensacola Investment Co.,
1 North Palafox St.


IIs Looking For a Home?
FSe7 l-IlbSt No a. ne Notih E -a- -a c -mer.
by Thin home eah be Ieda .. terms..... .00
.. ... ....... . .. .............
... R. l 4 Centy med., Awt S iacwea er fence
,W- lrdw uetjns. at me. m0 amI w m North G o 0t
S- Ie b mmt fo ........... 100000
*' 1i, _Ml *mt lge &. e eW U a e, s beautiful
n. .. .. .. .


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m W94 e"meet essbie lis" lets -n -wi MI. haion a
w ~ .l........ ..................................................."no0.00



b k Ing em e--I oem, -no w Romao ,wlt"

REdUNTAL- 1PRTY OF ALL KIND TO SUIT YOUR WANTS.
o e se s ort *ustes*y a Lethi. e. vM t, uulte on





KrTHI REmNTAL. AAN S'." "A
L AHING R AL TATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
So *m Plsaw t. PIhome N. 54


S$1500
Eight-room house. No. 10S South Florida
BWanca street. Lot 44x10; rents $15.00
per month.

$r300.00-For four-r-oom house, all new,
nicely finished, with grates and closets.
quarter-block (6 lots) ground. Fine pecan
trees and other fruit. Splendid water.
All cash 5 per cent. off. or on terms $10.00
down and $10.00 per month. For whites
only.
This price is very cheap and those who
buy this property are sure to make
oniey.



L S. BROWN 6 CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agmets.
A-ents Thleen BuUling
Office Second Floor.



I Will Build 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 608. Thieson Bldg.


MONEY TO LOAN.
I YOU WANT TO BORROW money:
or if you would like to lend some at a
good rate of interest on llt-eded se-
curity, try The Journal's Want columns.
It is the quickest, easiest and cheapest
way.
WE have $100.000.00 in gu.-anteed. first
class, 8 per cent mortgages on city real
estate in any amount from $100.00 up.
You have worked for your money, now let
It work for you. The Fisher Real Estate
Agency. 260 So. Palafox Street. 10-Jum.
Are you getting 8 per cent. net for
your money? If not. you don't get al
that I. "coming to you." We caa place It
on frst mortgages on improved cit prop-
erty. How much does It Vay you lald
enx nothing? LelXe .rook I

MONYT LOANED on a Kands ate-
onal property on short notice. y
terms. uburhan lots sold on easy pay-
meats. J. I. Gray Co.. 2 W. Rtomana.
MONEY LOANED. en real estate anA
personal property In the city oe. P-
sacola on shabort notice. Terms eay. J.
IW. ullard. o2% Suth .Pabfn stret.
Pbone 1146 "

FOUND.
FOUNDt-The right place to buy blankets.
comforts. bedspreads, rugs and lkee cur-
tains jon weekly or monthly paymeatgs.
Call phone :971 and our salesman will calL
Solomon Furniture Co., W. Intendencia St.
lOoctUm
POUND-A place to have ladles' hats re-
modeled asd renovated. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Phone 1325, or call 400 N.
Davis street. 4octlw*


7 --- .- -. -. --


Desk Room, or a Whole suite.


Which?


It does not make a bit of difference which you want-you. can find either one-

plenty of variety-all ,orts of prices-locations anywhere-in the


.IfJO URAL WANT AtES


i MAM OPACKHAM. Mus.r Bac., b -- gin the O'weorin Um- l rThe -
* es--ya...a. o-at i-.- u rch T amu Ar" -to The big majority of tenants and all the owaCers use these pages as a complete local
i1 e e orsan. P. 0. Addre a. Pen- e, i
4;, if. i, a a IM *Te t. s M W-i- cn.y directory of daily oplo. ,n,.ities If you want to mnovc get away from something
.A .R ,, mB O +.a v .s e T iael.lad1m 0 a M tq G ru e f M c itv
m w. cn.aA to you don't like-get into a brighter building-or where the sun shines-or if

-uso.syan.S S ,._ -b you're ataia a businee-get posted.


Peden;


-e e Kiadeegt:==
.sdNANG86 2ep4


me Ty IOMML In West Fet ds and
- t South Alabama shouM carry a small ad
16 In this column. The cost is only $1.50
m. per meth ar fwour lia or less.


Read these pages every day.


HELP WANTED.
SALESMEN-Easy money. $1000 death
and $7.50 weekly Accident Beneflt pol-
icy. with two valuable pr,'mlinis fr-e.
SCost $1.00 a year. Sells Itself. Great side
line or get exclusive contract. Regal
- Registry Co.. 277 Broadway. N. Y.
laoctlt
WANTED-Experienced canvasser. Can
make $2 to $3 a day. Light. easy prop-
osition. Apply to-day between 10 and
12 a. m. 30. Guillemarde St.. City.i
13octlt
WANTED--A driver for Laundry Wagon.
Apply New Method Laundry. octlltf
WANTED--An experienced solicitor to
sell blankets, comforts, bedsfWpreads.
rugs. and lace curtains, on weekly or
monthly installments. Solomon Furniture
Co., W. Government St. loctim
THREE CARRIER BOYS can secure
regular employment on The Journal.
Apply Circulation Department.
WANTED-Lady and gentleman can-
vassers to handle ustful household arti-
cle. Good money; sells at sight. Apply
310 E. Government St. 4oct
UNCLE SAM wants Mail Carriers and
Postofflee Clerks. Examinations here
November 18. Examinations for Railway
Mail Clerk. Customs Clerks and Clerks at
Washington coming. $600 to $1600 yearly.
Common education sufelcient. Prepara-
tion free. Write. Franklin Institute.
Rochester, N. Y. Soctim*
AGENTS WANTED in every section to
write the best accident and health in-
surance in existence. $25 week easy
made. Write A. M. Steen, Jr., Manager for
Florida. Palatka, Fla. 2oct2w*
WANTED-A carrier boy with a wheel.
Apply Circulation Department, Journal.
27s-ipt


WHY PAY RENT?
Wherr you can buy a home so cheap
and on such ,1asy terms?
$300 cash and $30 a month will buy an
elegant home on Jackson street car line.
5 rooms. reception hall, bath, gas, etc.
Price. $2100.
$100 cash and $20 a month will buy a
5-roo- and hall house on East DeSoto
street. Cheap at $1600.
$100 cash and $50 a month will buy a
9-room house on North Hill. Price, $4,000.
$300 will buy one of the prettiest homes
in the city. on East Hill. half-block of
car line, all modern, 6 rooms.


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

LOST.
LOST-Bunch of keys between freight
depot and First National Bank. Re-
ward for return to Swift & Co. lloctlw*
LOST--Silverokl hunting case. 7-jewel
Elgin watch. Reward .for return to 1422
Seventh avenue, corner Blount. 11oett*
LOST-Lady's plain gold watch, attached
to plain chatelaine pin. between St.
John's cemetery on Belmont street to
Barcelona and from Barcelona to 122 5a.st
Gregory. Reward if returned to A. M.
McMillan. boct3t
PEOPLE are fdindig out every day that
The Journal's Want Columns are all
that Is claimed for them. Why not try
them and get what you want? *
LOST-From residence of W. A. Blount.
on bay shore. Small white setter bitch.
Black ears. Some .tda on nuzzle. and
tan ticks on tore legs.. Liberal reward" for
return to W. A. Blount, Jr. 8oct5t
LOST-One female pointer dog, color
white and black with blue speck. Close
built. Reward of 6.0 for return to 100
W. Zarragossa stiet. "Phone 536. 7octlw*
TWO POINTED DOGS, near poorhouse.
One white, with liver spots, very long
and lean, had on round leather collar.
Other solid red. fat and has wart on top
of back. Just above tall. Reward for
return to W. TW. Martin. *at McMillan
Co.'s stables, 120 W. Intendencia. 27sept


* LIVE STOCK *
AND POULTRY


FOR SAL--Bayview Park Poultry yards
Cor. 14th street and 20th avenue, have
Black Mtnocras, Barred Plymouthrcks,
pure bred cockrels and eggs for sale. W
T. Tracy. octllbt
FOR SALE-A few choice cockerels and
pullets. Rhode Island Reds, White Leg-
horns. Light rahma and Black Lag-
shans. One to $6 each. Call or writ<
Mrs. W. F. Reed. 523 N. Barcelona.
lloetlw
WANTED-The Brentwood Dairy wasta
to buy some good healthy cows. Apply
at the dairy. oetlw
TO CATTLE OWNERS-I have a pure
bred Jersey bB for serlee. Rates $1
In advance. oger Owsley. e ,rer Oth
avenue amd 24th ateet, cty. 2
FOR SALE-Two good mules. Leslie E.
Brooks. 3octlm
WANTED-Good milch cow at once. Ap-
ply W. S. Garfield. 2oettt
WANTED-The public to know that we
have secured the receipt for compound-
Ing the celebrated Nuna Chicken Food.
Well known egg producer. Cheaper than
corn. B. B. Market. Phone 947. ZsepUlm*
KILL the lice on your fowls or the lice
will kill them. Conkey's Lice Liquid
Compound at F. S. Mellem & Co.'s.


"THIS FOR THAT."
LOST-Money, time and patience by not
taking advantage of The Journal'
Want Ads. They always brtag results.
And they are not expensive.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A good G-
room house with all modern convenien-
ces, close in and close to three car lines.
Will exchange for city property. John N.
Day, East Garden street a



L MAR -T REPORT.


PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET.
The following report is furnished dally
for The Journal by Marks & Gayle. F. 0.
B. cotton merchants, 1'ensacola, Fla.:
Good middling ........................9
Strict middling ........................2i
M iddlin .............................. 8%
Strict low middling ...................s%
NAVAL STORES.
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 12.-The following
were the naval stores quotations:
W W ...............................s. 15
W G ................................. 00
N ..................................6 0o
M .................................5 00
K ..................................45 6
I ................................ ... 355
.............................. 3
........ ............................
F ....................... ..... 2
E ...............................2.... 55
1 ................................... 2 6
B ................................... 2 50
Iplrits Turpentine, 35 cents.
Markets, firm.


M. A. BAKER & CO.
MANUFACTURERS
Seamless Turpentine Stills
PgOL agsyhLngga


All Work Testes ..nd Gu4arante4.
Write as fe pg.m. We cam seaml t w

CREW NOTICE.
Neither the Captain. Owners
nor tonlsigneets of the steam-
ship Romsdalen will be rc-
sponhiile for debts contracted
by the crew of said vessel.
Eli. WITTEN.
KEYSER-MULLDON ('0.. Captain.
I 'onsign-e. e
CREW NOTICE.
& Neliher the Captain. Ownern
nor (onslgnees of the British
steamship Boltonhall, will be
resyonlhble for debts contract-
ed by the Crew of iald vessel.
H. ROGEOARD.
JNO. A. MERRITT & Co., Captain.
, Consignee.
CREW NOTICE.
SNeither the- Captain. Ownsrs,
rnor Consignees of the steasi-
ship Earlswood. will be re-
sposelble for debts contrAct
by the Crew of aid vesseL
E-. H-f. BMBERZER.
KEYSER-Ml'LDON & CO., Captai..
Consignee.
I CREW NOTICE.
h Neither the Captain. Owners
nor Consigneer of the Nor-
wegian bark Nordlyset. wi be
responsible for debts eontaSct-
ed by the crew of said vessel.
0. M. CHRiSTENUEN.
TO ORDER. Captain.
Consignee.


Florida and Alabama

LAND COMPANY


LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS WIMS
OLEI AND KILN-RIO ..


WANTED-Middle-ag,. wnite woman to
do cooking and housework; position per-
manent to right party. Must give best of
reference. P. 0. Box 347, Marlanna, Fla.
22septlm*
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FOR RENT.
OR RENT----room cottage gas and
bath.1010 East Cervantes. 1 Including
water. Apply 102 r East Cervantes, or
Phone 549. loctt1w
FOR RENT
Stores.
leLuna Street ................... $25.00
2.09 F.. Intendencia Street .........$ 6.00
106 S. TarraXona Street ..........$10.00
120 S. Tarragona Street ..........$12.00
13 W. Romana Street ............. $83.35
Store near Palafox Street.
Boarding H ousee--.
National Hotel. t rooms .........6$0.00
320> R. Wright Street .............$25.00
Dwellines-
1110 E. Jackson .................. 20.00
1800 N. Palafox Street ............I 15.00
.. - ,., o.. t- t ............512.50
T24 W. Zarragoesa Street ......... .00
-.. ... K ,, I. t ........ ...... .. fB. 0
1211 E. Cervantes Street ....-.....512.50
C'or. l:!th Avenue and 10th street.. 16.00
Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street. .20.00
309 E. Intendencia Street ........ .520.00
613 E. Government Street ........ 115.00
922 E. DeSoto Street ..............t15.00
1013 E. Strong Street ............. .15.00
TLarge 10-room house at Fisherville.
with electric lights, bath, hot and cold
water; can be rented furnished or unfur-
nished. 2 servant houses in yard; 2 blocks
from car line.
Offices-
',r. Romana and Palafox Sts., two offi-
ces upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate
Agency.
"THE RENT COLECTORS."
Phone 87.
FOR RENT-Four nicely furnished rooms
on first floor. Complete for housekeep-
ing. Good location Splendid water.
Terms. 320 per month. Address P. 0.
lpox 85, DeFunlak Springs, Fla. Soctlw*
IF YOU HAVE anything for rent why not
advertise it in these columns? Every-
one is sure to see it.
FOR RN'-r-
Two war.-houses with private sidetrack.
Stores Sast Garden st., near Palafox.
$15 .ra $24 each.
317%, South Palafox, upstairs, pool room,
$30.00.
Store. Gadeden and 6th avenue. $10.
104-106 South Tarragona St., $20.00.
Houses-
lis S. Baylcn. $20.00.
420 West Ce:vantes, $10.00.
iJ..h.vlvill.. ',)dI ern. $17.50.
37 K.Ronrnan. 25.O.,.
'227 East WVriht 117.50.
126 E. Chase, 215.00.
2*" N. DSpr::>g. $lI).00.
16V2 N. 7th. $12.5l.
710I \Vst Man. S 00.
1301 \V. Intended: ia. 3$.00.
JOHN N. DAY.
6 East Garden St.


MISCELLANEOUS.
J. f'. YV'i' NG will repair vour umbrella.
Mtk,- it s,)dl as i;- w. Criurre.A' mwler-
'* -* Ta ;'aolna. e.twe.n Gar.lten

N' .'I<'F--I will not b- rspw.imlble f(,r
.!s .itra.-ted by Savin<- Poide-
vant or ai' -ne else. M. G. LePdevant.
24septlm*
A. H. MoLEOD & CO., Safimakrs--Can-
vas- from 14-!nc-h to 96'-irh. of all
wpi!"ht. Lars" slpply 1of Awning Ooods.
T" nt.s. Co0-. ramm,,cks. etc., always In I
stock. .70 .south Palafox. aMug
M-RFHANTS TRANSFA O.. Thor. B.
Thorsen. Prop.. soll-its all kinds of
moving and hauling. Furniture packed
for shipment. Furniture stored. Office
phone 975. Depot phomTe Zj1-mtf
YOU ARE JITDU bi ryouw printing.
It costs no mwe to b the bat- Have
it done at the wswp uthmag Co.. 34 W.

3JO. A. B ot ml, tents.
awnngs, *O n tO covers. Aget
feet roller window ng MI Ls ,etK
Jeirsm strset. '

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WEST FLORIDA
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APALACHICOLA.
FULLER HOTEL. Apaiachicola. Oldest
established hotel In city; tret batha.
best service. Rates $1.60 and $2.00. Spec-
ial rates by week 8. Jenkins. Prop. 15
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$1600

Sl FQr 1013 E. Strong
A St., a new, attractive t-
Sroom cottage, with all
modern improvements.
Terms, $50.00 down and
$25.00 a month.

Call and see our list
of property.


THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
"*THE RENT COLLECTORS"
REAL ESTATE, RENTS end kOANS
200 8. Palefox t. Phe I 87. Pesao*1. Florida
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$100.00
Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water,
sanitary co-nnciations, 9-
foot front and side gal-
lery. South front. Lar e
lot. TIe balance like
rent- Don't slave for
your landlord.
Ia--
5 lots on 16th ave-
nue car line, the
cheapest proplcity
in this section $1100

Jno. W. Bullock, Jr,
PHONE 608
Rooms 304-306 Thiesen Building


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T- e third cla passengers ..* of Lot 11 Old City. tance of strongly a alimilar tendency stores to reduce the box cut at least -Nothing in town like
he auooa den k and there wl' a Wm. Flher to 0. L. Bass. l and Is found in the breach recently divlid- e-hanf during the coming season. J. .
aelfa dckroom for mea and a social other cou.-l-6 und in and to ing the two branches and their in- Others want an agreement to stop -CI.

tr woen o n othe po enade Lt ) nd 1-2 of Lot 100, Blo their as regards values. It s o- spirit gets back to a figure where
abOs deck. aft. and the deck above Wim. Fiber to L. D. and G. V.* in making prices les s than thel kil Tk Em Ir L u-ur
the wheelhouse, will be reserved for Green. $1 and other cons.-1-6 und int men were willing to accept and For G re Feet. Th Empire
the use of passengers of the third in and to Lot 27 and WV 1-2 of Lot 100 fused. Had t :ere been a ad of sym. "I -nave found Bucklen' Arnica
class. Steerage passengers will have Block 7 Old City. pathv Hetween these obena in former Salve to be the proper thing to use for L Lass't
accommodation In the forward part of H. Strickland to J. B. Gray Invest- to justify affliaton in the oransa- sore eet as we a for heing buras.
the saloon main and upper decks, meant Co., $1 and other cous.-Lots 9 stuion in question aav such conflitof resr eftU. and all manner of abra-
with an open air promenade on the and 10 in Block 78 East King Tract. tmiln in iterestion any such c onaic ions." writes Mr. W. Stone, of East H o,
I___. . r "- .. I have been impossible. It I hrdtyPoland. Maine. It.Is the proper thing
I debatable to say that in competing too for piles. Try it! Sold under guar--
Swith each other for the same trade, lntee at all druggists. 25c.
A U R S producers and brokers, with tae lat- --. -.- A
ter's commissions a factor si the case., D I Y '
the one is oil and the other water. The HOLLY. R C T
5o per cent. proviso seems to be valid
PE M CT^ ^ T ONI~si because of the equally well tal ---ali*. s''- -y. -A
Sed fact that in the ordinarcourse o- .PROF SSIONAL.
s_ f. mly any cme, no matter how viorous and healthy, who d3es not trade. mill men find themselves Hollv Oc t Fr
i m .tt hicalirregulartiespet t tM t the appetite obliged to pick up a ido Mr l .- rdar T.G. YATE, M. D.
KIsi por, tS e body tired and woM-ot ,and other napeasant share of t-ielr shipments 'nt Te their love Te P in. ,.an.
iUg that the system is a",wdrdend and eeds istae to ward association is probably in need of so hoor of M...y .o ..".r yi. OpUtcan.
SlSeriou s or aiment. S. & is cpiid everywhere as extraneous counsel in this ater and or of Mr. Nele 's fourty-fourth 410 W49unt Building. UF
l a natresadine madeentirely .f eal ,%Ig invig- for the principal reason that what wild Twehrs and der ars. s -
ggm ~a sysm nic w athout aq& S. has the they arc said to have done ea Oaw Nelson was assisted in receiving the
S thdtheg of l blood It we-etambidises the geral principals to have beeb M Aaron Lairecei and
immib od, sid the body os u1 ... m-' ae.ioiworn-oatfelg.oig DR. J. B. T R SO
dp v9 a 1t Nodig~e and briefs a a a of eal&to those. Dtsin bye adeso n glpn
m Lae or detpeted. S &p & icts e p Iy and otlRIZE DANCE. was served by Mr anderson. DENTIST
Ii3 e a Land tiose who am run down In health should 4A' t L AII m~t~ nig _r.ed lyinr and sini. DENTIST.
S-WWPSW r At C. K. of A-nThursday aigbt. r-.and. Mrs. Nebm'.q guests were A Mnouft 10"JSi!gP% 8 15.
a f It will thoroughly purify the blood amd 4oe up the At Oct.. 90. r the auspices Mr. and Mrs. Aaro s Luria Mr.e and s Buat g P s.
ss"aes i 'y be sai l -o- arfn c reasdlts or pleasmt ects b0y persons M M bkusic yr Earrios rbe-stra- i cror Anderso l Os a *
faya.. SWIsT* SPBCM..C CO.. U T G | Admission 25 cetA. t&a&Hendricksoa. Me0sraL-A --Q2s- 4po-.


Inverted


Gas Tlamps.


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BIG MELTING



OF TIMITINE




Annual Convention of Tur-
\ pentine Operators Oc- 4P
curs To-Morrow.

SESSION IS TO BE HELD IN JACK- U
&. SONVILLE. AND ORGANIZATION
OF NEW NAVAL STORES MAR- .
KETING COMPANY WILL BE DIS- lit arng- ll
CUSSED.

There is every prospect that the an-
nual convention of the Turpentine l
. \ 3 Operators' Association, to be held in
I Jacksonville tomorrow and Thursday
week, will be the largest in point or
attendance and.' the most important
meeting held by the association in
several years. N9
The convention will assemble in ow MRgo410o
the board of trade auditorium at 10
o'clock Wednesday morning. October '
14, with President J. G. Boyd in the
chair.
The morning session wiN be de- i ai dr-memsm--m--a by
voted to routine matters, and will
probably last until 1 or 1:30 o'clock. i
A recess will then be taken until 81 W. DA. ]l'-AL__M 'R' -RTE
So'clock in.the evening. m t and t Apethecar,
New..m ..... .. *. _l Now Marketing Company. 21 out e e sa F
fl Iorecastle and vacant upper saloon The evening session will be devoted
deck."-Philadelphia Record. almost entirely to matters connected Alcomn. Otto Anderson. Gus Nelson,
HR R ITE K o an S M ILL M E with the organization of the new Naval Willi.e Bangisoin. Oscar iendrick-
Sr The British steamship White Jacket Stores Marketing Company. Svral son., Jr.. and Bozic lauria: Misses
docked at the east side of Comman addresses in this connection will be Daiste .ndrison. Addle Selleck, of
*dancia street wharf yesterday. delivered by good speakers. and it Is pensatola, Lizzie. Bertha, Lucy and
ex pected that much interest will be Abbir lauria. Anna Hendrickson.
Arrived. aroused in the movement. I Pearl Aderon. Josephine Nelson and
AID M ARINE Vera Cruz to the Keyser-Muldon Co. TOETof vtal interest to the tupentineope- s Addi SelleRis: visiting Mrs.
Stagpool, Br ss, Pimpbell, 2992. raters. This was pointed out at ths ioscar .'ad-;,44%Aon.
E Ww Port Inglia to J. A. Merritt & Co. meeting held in New Orleans la-t 3 rs. Harvell an old resident of
Sandhurst, Br as, Redding, 2768. Thursday by President UByd of the Holly. died lasi Wednesday. She left
NEW SDakar to Gulf Transit Co. Georgia-Florida Association Turpentine Operators' Association. In several children and grand-children.
|-- a report of the proceedings of the They have the sympathy of a large
Sailed May Bar Brokers From meeting it is stated that President number of friends.
Ital. ship Avon. for Montevideo. Boyd read extracts front the corre- Oscar and Dina Ioendrickson have
Ital. bk., Margherita for Rosario. Membership. spondence of naval stores factors. returned to Holly. after a visit of sv -
p a T uSactoUls and showing the falsity of the report that eral weeks to their grand-mother ii
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. factors were unfriendly to the orga- Pensacola
Nou 1 Interest Alon Starmships. nization of the new Naval Stores Mar-
Bolton Ball. Br ss. 2575, Galveston One of the most important and in- keting Company. According to the When he sees Carrie Nation getting
T e Bay Froct to J. A. Merritt &'Vo. teresting meetings ever held by tlpe correspondence, many of the factors into the campaign and sallinig into the
Earlswood. Br. ss. amnberger, Georgia-Florida Saw M3ill Assoctitio. had indorsed the movement most candidates. Mr. Fairbanks must thauk
1564 as Palmas to the Keyer-Muldon be the October meeting to be el heartily, and had stated that they stars that be was not nominated.
Co. wll be the October meeting to be eld woueald not deal with operators who did -st. Louis Post-Dispatch.
TIe Norwegian ship Mabella moved E. 0. Saltmarsh, Br. as. Rogers, In Jacksonville and which *convenes not give the new marketing company
troa Co 1maandelsca dock yesterday 23 9. Liverpool to Gulf Transit Co. this morning ini the auditorium of the their support. = A thousand horsepow.-.'- vertical
tO te. streama, where she will load. White Jacket, Br ss, Farley. 1406, Windsor hotel. President Boyd' said then that he gas engine, said to be the largest of
S, e wi St. Vincent to J. A. Merritt & Co. At the last meeting of the associa- did not believe any collusion of its kind, wa.. recently put into
T.S 'Norw4a ark Salrto Saished .sDogate, Br as. Rippon, 1986. Car- Uon, held in this city, a lively dia- wealth would cure the evil if the oper- operation at Runcorn, England, driv-
Tb~ tat B aylen street 4RiattoP r. Julius Schreyer. cussilon developed over the concerted aters theo selve did not give their ng an electric generator.
aSandowBr. ,s& --q.terson. 7, 211movement to make -the -aewt4ation rO.lraIflo. H I eliev ed that -the-
w ur .--t_.d aiovret to -the Tampico to Golf Transit Co. strictly a manufacturers' organization, rice of turpentine spirits would
Mqa# 4-. .* T4V asa street wharf. Anna. Aust s. Rodvih, 1304. Gal- cutting out the jobber. To this end Jump fully 10 cents a gallon in ten
h .- Neston to oulf Transit Co. an amendment to the constitution was days after te e organizlation of the
The 2iriilM ste*athlp Romada. Nentmoor ,Br ss, Taylor, 2293 Gi- introduced .requiring that anyone ell- proposed compamn. By December 1
Ien whub arrived yesterday has braltar to PenlSacoI, s Lumber Co. giblc to membership shall manufac- there would be 12a.0 barrels of rosin NONE SO GOOD
beoo* WONd at XMaoe whrt.L Brit as Victoria, Stephens, 2094, Ha- ture at least 50 per cent of his total and naval stores in the hands of the rrs ExcsIO
S.* vana to Hyer Bros. shipment. This amendment will come operators and the prices could be ad- Sm|M ? ruarra In Lo
SThe British steamhip Bolten Hlall iI s. in under the rule of ratlfication at vanced to a normal basis. At the rate |to b d** ma6prai er
moved Tfrea Tarra na. street wharf iMabella, Nor ship, Backer, 163, the meeting to be held this week. of an increase of 10 cents a gallon r es a- a bld clen
to the strw yesterday. Aberdeen to order. Holding Of Until Election. in turpentine, the increase per barrel t hasCun i.slent c.e d
SNordlyset. k. C In regard to this meeting a special would amount to, $5. and oa rosin $10. i. i
The Italana ship Avon, which had s, Nor bk Christese, from Tifton, Ga., the headquarters et So that if only 50,000 barrels were how-s.i eltsi. im -
bB ly wai 0 the nary yard for seve a 144, Boenos Ayres to master. the president and the secretary of left in the hands of the operators in | .r
rl e ywa wsaitlg to t et a complete an Antoo Span. bk, Rura, 1242, the association says: December it would mean assets for | ai. -Si. i u,,s
crew, sll yiterday or Montovideo. Haa toer Ballen 8 s- "The October meeting of the them of $500000 in advance of what wau am --f
T I n brk Margelta toRi bio. Georgia-Florida Saw Mill Asocition tey would have itf the monopoly m4m8" ites,"- aEy
will be held in Jacksonville, FIla, next continued in control. He explained 1 y '' B *
W7 erday for Rosario. Salnto. Nor bk Hansen, 733, 'uerto d that the only problem before the *U lU aEihl
-" e Cabello. to Rix M. Robinson. Tuesday.tat oy be er h
Netun. Port bk, Arroj509 to Rix "Iumber market conditions con- special committee In charge of organi.- aw *"aM
ro British steamship Sandhurst ja 9 to Rlx tinue to improve prices, remaining nation of the marketing company was 16 11.1.s ca*..m an
eate eO r fteam quarantine yesterday watha. Nor ohnson 1406,steady with a slight advaace. MiU to raise $400,000 among the operators. oe.--.. .*
O wl d and docked at the wast side Uverpool to kJothnson 14er0, men have a disposition to hold off It had been thought that Lae operators f murfadar b
of Cord latreet wharf to take Maria, al bk, auro 518. Ft Je booking orders until after the presto. would all be willing to subscribe to THE I IF.TW.ThhEga
m aro France to W. L. Wittich & Co. dental election, feeling assured prices the extent of $2 per barrel on their an-. .M
T be o a Borroumiaale, Rua 'l- : Ericksen will advance. t- al output. To do this they would -
STo better acommodate those pas 1191, #t. Nollata to master se' "Thee conditions, as wbl as the- be required to pay 25 per cent cash l
jegers or sm all means who p nd the Italbk Margherita Mas'a 1023 Ge. move to put the association strictly and the balance tn December, March
1gb.for y etad oabwli pattae too r Penscola Lumber o on a manufacturers' basis, eeiinat- and June.
h yet e not wh to travel Nor bk Western Monarch Thorb- ing all member' who do not manuftac- Many are Coming. -_ _---
tn the steerage. the .Warth German Joansen, *1289, Buenos Ayres.' to J. A. ture a certain per cent, of their total An indication that the meeting will - .....
Lloyd has dteramained to establish an Merritt & Co shipments, will make the corlag be largely attended is the fact that _ __ _
"adj l or third class o 5 its Uw Ital. bk. Rosa M. Massa, 1270, Val. meeting one of the most interesting Secretary Hollomon of Jacksonville.
lsmrns Tanew ateaainhig M. paraiso to master, ever held by the associatio.'Several haa received letters from operators Tt
lWasit^on of thhedditl^Ot Naola r bk Sterna, Jchansea, 1297. matters were left over froth the last livtng .in all sections of the yellow e -
Iill be hond onl thoe North German London to A. Zelius. meeting whici it is expected wll e pine belt, saying that they will be
IAyd, Which t to be launched Oct. Nor. h Sigard. 1499, Oxnevad, to warmly discussed here. Members of the association Ulve
t the yardap the Statiner Vol.. J. Schreyer. Brokers Took Chanoes. In Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mf I- I -
1 la th OW, Germ.yh said Gas- The New Orleans Lumber Trade sipsippi Louisiana and Texas, and OC
tav H. 1ohwab, of the North German Goes like confetti Hore Journal in commenting upon the peud- there is already one member of the ...... -
Lloyd yesterday. The aecommoda- e' int amendment to the constitution association here who has come all
tlae for.pssessnger4 of the third cls hound Candy five a bag," at contained the following: the way from Mexico. W t
w'll be t.In the art ert of the The Crystal Pharmacy. 'Perhas the most conclusive argu- The call for the convention stat qs r
eccugeacy ot.tw9, three four and six ment inheres in the fact that it was day, October 15. as well as on Wed-
perm. While the ufwnshlin of Real Estate Transfers. found necessary to offer and sport desday. The Thursday meeting will will make you appreciate
he os for e thord atZs wert Mowil ls a'ottthe r mtte it That the previous attempt to be called to order at 10 a. rim. At this "The CorreCCt Finish"
he a labomte a those of the narst ctoS rrded yterdaya t- assimilate the two branches of the meeting it is expected that several
aad secoi classes, there will be no msO by teol Abstract Co.: trade was, in other words, a failure ratters of vital importance will be gimn at the Empire.
las t "emt ert -and convlenes. -- is iunlciently sustained by the intro- considered. A number of the oper. Our Press Machine
The third class rooms will appeal es- Orin A. Bailey to A. A. Fisher. $100 duction and adoption of the mow pend, tors have been advising tLat an agree- .,
pecilal y to failles of small means. and other val. cons.-The E 252-3 ft ing amendment. Another circtm- meat be entered into binding the oper. dos the work. -*


Phone 148.


24 and 27 E. Garden Street


1880


BANKING RELATIOI


To those desiring to establish banking rel
with a safe, strong, reliable bank that will e
every business courtesy possible to its depoi
we heartily offer our services.
Capital, $300,000.
Shareholders Liability, $300,000.
Surplus and undivided profits, $140,000.



First National Ba
of Pensacola. Florida.
Designated Depository of the United Sta
W. H. Knowles, PreeMent. W. K. Hyer, Jr., VIcePresdent and
Thie. W. Brent. As't. Cashler. W. N. Roberta, Aa*t. Cash
Directer*-F. C. Brent. W. A. LeotA. W. H. Knowles, W. K. Hym
Knewlee Hyer.


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WE PAY YOU TO SAVE.


Many a Young Man
has been compelled to let "opportunity" pass him by for the
want of a few dollars, and oftrtimes "opportunity" never
returns.. Prepare to grasp Dame Fortune by the hand, should
she pass your way, by saving a part of what you earn.. It is a
very simple satter- and you. -an beoia with as little as ene
dollar.. Open a Savings Account.
We pay 4 per cent interest, compounded quarterly.

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.




Pensacola Bank & Trust Co.


T. A. JENNINGS,
Present.

F. E 3rawner,
OtIver Jernagan, r.
Ge. L. Lappl.sgton
Lep Mayer,
T. A. Jennings.


Capital, $200,000.00
CARL H. JERNAGAN
Vice-President and Cashier
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DIRECTORS.
M. L. Rech,
Thee. F. West.
W. L. Meyerw
J. R. Shoemaker,
Carl H. Jwnagan,


J. R. Jennings,
W. C. Dewberry,
J. H. Pace.
J. A. Wright,


WE DO A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST
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'he Peoples National Bank of

Pensacola
CAPITAL 10,OWO. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROtITS s,@MO.
DIRECTOIRSl
J. J. HOOTON. R. M. CART L. J. EEVES. T. E. WELIUr.
W. A. D'ALmTK J.. A REma. W.. DeM1 88L
min ,ankle S i seas Tromesgtei amd Aceents Seited; Sahps Diubsew
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)UTH-ERN RIUCK Co.
BUS LDIs.G AND FINRS 531CI.
Office 4112 Thowem 510"n
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PsVVLMcoia, St. Andrem =and
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STEAMER TAAMON
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S' If better light counts with you, and if
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we shall Iy pleased to convince yuu with
actual results. Will be glad to talk to
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1908.


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AMUSEMENTS


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Thaiu, Ocwber 15,-


THE THREE D EMONIOE&
at the Orpheum This week
and Acro batic Act.


In a Refined Gymmatic


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U. S. Mail Launch
RUTH
SCHEDULL
Pensacola, Mary Esther and oggy MaN
Line.
James Jerauld. Capt.
Leaves landing Monday, Wednesday and
Friday at 7:30 a. m.. makng regular stops
at Harris. Mary Esther, Camp Waltn,.
Destin and Bogy.
Returning. leaves o Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at a. m., ar-
riving Pensacola 1:30 p. m.
Passenger and freight ervie.
For rates annlv t D. M Witherll.


SImSL. 6 f Mon key. song, "Since Maurich Learned to South Palfoz. PhonMa T. Landig 713
SBesides tihe lever two-act tarce Dance the Merry Widow Waltz" won- S
UMCI whichE Is to be given at the Star great applause. The baby is also seen
Wedsesapy afternoon and evening, in the finish of "The Five Sedgewleks" Legal Adverta ment.
There w be moving pictures. act in a refned Spanishdancewhich
W W A 1 A13A80 Tl -wAL The plaIy co-mees orty minutes, Is a novelty In itself. N IC oL
OPP 6 aM AT UCo - and the rest of the hour will be Next comes "The Three DI.'Cede Isroiba M aU
given to the pletures. Monleas" in a comedy novelty gym- other person having debts or demands
The ast of character s s fol. astic and aromatic act To ay the of whatsoever ture a t ths estate.
l.. alws: least, their act is great and Is difer- within two y ater the pubition
1-Edward Raaton, a promising ent from the average act of this kind. or thi notice, to-wit: eptber 15. 1. Note these
young Americaa, half owner in the Next comes Prof. Jones in illus- --By Prevost Hubbard-- ELLA D. SAUNDES.Oese
S, ,SBlerra ga I a le--aMleam Wbite. treated melodies. It is unnecessary to Adminlit of Etate of J. B. sauders "The Faith ot
y a Ha. 2-ChaBey Oplethorpe, his part- mention that Mr. Jones won big ap- ers," by Cardiun
ner, son of Lrd Donaxer--G-erald plause, as everyone who has ever Notice to hereby liven to cretor leg-
*A seasa~al --eme PresejNi. a a Qana. visited the Orpheum knows that he Washington, D. C. Oct. 9.--Duat must be frequently applied the "per- atees. distrlbutee, and all pers hav- 7C
S a kSdi l : 3--Mrs. Oude"o J 0es, sa admirer always does. Preventives" by Prevost Hubbard, is- manent" ones being the heavier mate- I cla. deceaad. topresent th e ar Ra
5-k -- eof rank-Miss Olg' Wbdte. Last, but not least. comes "The sued as Bulletin No. 34, U. 8. Office rials which through one application to undersigned withi to () ea from Father Rya
Pr, 5. AC.- aand a w -eiser* s Bengallne, her niece, a Five Sedgewicks" in their big laughing of Public Roads, is the latest contri- maintain the road surface in a dust- the first publication of th note.. $150.
Ahay. prairie rose-Miss Eril Robinson. sketch, 'The Artist's Mistake." This button to literature on road construe- less condition for a season. Admintratrix cium tssnento annexo. -
M UM~-o 5, r -Lady Genevieve Daudpoore. an sketch is full of good comedy and tion and maintenance. Mr. Huobard s The author describes the manufac- September 22, 190. nept2owA T.
UaTlngish priarew. daughter of the singing and is the kind of act that paper has been prepared to meet the ture and properties of tar, pointing *r le
ORPHtUM THEATRE. Earl of Paynalper-Mis Olivia Le- appeals to the Pensacola public. They growing demand by road engineers for out the differences between tar from a~ ostrleery an a eso ha- M- r, De l-m
Baro will no doubt pack the Orpheum this specific Information on the important coke ovens, from gas plants, refined ing claims or demands against the estate n L t
ALL t-Vt. 4 Wg5K. -- ----- week. subject of dust prevention. He has coal tar, anid water-gas tar. A chap- of Mary A. Rhodes, deceased, to present
Babe ttee.---The as Wonder. Al S. PFe4d Minstrs Tonight. The Orpheum will make a complete made a research of all literature on ter on the application of tars follows the same to the und within two
The Three Demnlmovs--ovelty G n- The flower spectacle in the first change in program Thursdoay which the subject, supplementing this with and brings' out the fact that the paint- notice. JOSEPR RHODES,
astic. Acrobats tHf of .ood Comedy. part of the AL Field Greater Min- will no doubt cause a good many who the results of actual experiments ing of road surfaces with tar was con- Executor.
J. A. Jm-In Wt d Mhelodie stress this season Is one of the twen- saw the show during the first-art made by the office of public roads. sidered in France as early as 1867, September 22,ep w8w
Mivtako." a Ma lentCikdy. tieth century wonders of stage craft. of the week to come back. Interest has been recently reawekeneu although the work was not begun in Department of the terror U. S. and
LIUf Montioln C wi*tb tfe To be aecorate, Mr. Field, who is -in the problem of the prevention of earnest until 1902. The chapter con- Office at Gainesville. Florida, Sept. 5. Knex and JM .
O ne att"* evr day-. Doom opet 4 somewhat of a botanist, made a study Excellent Health Advice. dust on country highways, the well- tains clear directions for applying the 190L Notee s ieby given that James .
Thr Night a. and of those lowers which change their Mrs. M. M. Davison, of No. 379 Gif- nigh universal use of the automobile material to the road, both used as a F. Glar 1f0ine marrenf mFeIsd Eht.
p. m. Matinee phtei e to a. colors, anfta I1& comervatory scene ford Ave., Ban Jose, Cal., says: "The being responsible tor the additional palliative and for use in permanent No. 37599 (8erii No. 041) for N of a full stock @ Oe
Night prices children. 10 cts, aduts the illuminti at the blossoms and the worth of Electric Bitters aa a general study and experiments. Road en- construction. Much data is given as NW%, Section 28. Townt l North,
20 cents.,Rane3
uLa4ls are required to remove thMo changing of the colors is exactly family remedy, for headache, bilious- gineers are now agreed that the auto- to cost and quantities of materials. ange 31 West, TleeM an. a
bats during performance. what the flowers do in the wild. The ness and torpor of the liver and bowels mobile when moving at a high speed and examples are cited of successful ntato proof, nto establish iam to thei
minstrel magnate calls it his fairy is so pronounced that .I am prompted is destructive to macadam roads, t. roads built by the aid of various tars. land above described, before Clerk of Cir-
Sflower scene. One of the beds of to say a word in its favor, for the broad soft tires littigi the rock dZe After the-,onsideration of tars. the au- cult Court at Pensa.ola m tloda, on the7
flowers is the mutable-phlox. At sun- benefit of those seeking relief from and scattering It owve adjacent fields., thor deals with the classification and as witnesses: . Hobby, o t P Brn,
rise it Is blue, and the afternoon it such afflictions. There is more health A road robbed of this fine surface properties of oils and gives tie loca- Mlorida; John D. Berg. of Pine Barren.
is paIk. The bed to the right of the for the digestive organs in a bottle binding material retrogrades rapidly. tion of all the producing fields in the Mlorida; M. T. McMlaa. of PS.e Barren,
El stage Is hl biscus--hibiscus mutabilis. of Electric Bitters than in any other That indictment now lies against the United States. He describes the Florida. B. H. eating. of Pi. Barren.
eCttdC YOWer It goes through three changes in a day. remedy I know of." Sold under guar- modern motor car, but on the other method of refining oil and the charac- Florida. Henry ubb, Riter..
from white in the morning to rose at antee at all druwgists, 50c. hand the introductioM of the machine ter of the residuum and drawn com- Departm, S.a
1 J noon and to red at sunset. The bed has done much to awaken an interest. parsons between crtrde oil and by-pro- Office am tv fth I a Otobe U 1
S al ay ready along the back near the electric foun- A full line of cures for not merely in dust prevention, but in ducts of the refined oil. 1908. Notice is hereby give that George EvW I
tain, is the lantana. the lantana is yel- Coughs will be found at The e entire subject of road improve- A chapter dealing with water and W. Sole, of Camp alton. Florida, who.
low one day, orpage the next and gment Therein the automobile is n. salt solutions including calcium chlo- Etry, Noem 1 (S, eal mdbe Hor --
red the third.. lb changes are slow. Crystal PhlaxaCy. These titled to credit. It is superfluous to ride follows, and the portion of the SW of SE and E% of W Sectio A
Our central station gen- The other- ftwers that change in Mr. embrace: add that clouds of dust are annoying, bulletin relating to materials termi- 14. Township 2 South. Range 4 West.
ra r n. lelds' sta hot bose include the not only to the users of the highways, nates with a chapter on temporary tar Tallahassee Meridlan has filed notice of
s p ny cl~iranthus hamelo. that shifts from Rexall Cherry Juice Cough but to the residents whose property and oil binders, emulsions and simuar ntais tolaima stofnae flvaa roov to
four hours a day and white to yellow and from yellow to S borders upon them, and that they af- preparations. scribed, before the Clerk of the Circuit
eery day in thth .yar. red: the gladiolus versicolor that's yru o fect public health and depreciate the Mr. Hubbard concludes his treatise court at Pensacola, Florida, on the 20th
C e year. in the morning and blue in the Compound Syrup ofWhite value of property. by calling attention to the importance das witn ember. b9h annt wnes of
You may use It fOT a few e i, and the cole scandens that pi.n Mr. Hubbard, in his discussion of of careful selection of dust preventa- Camp Walton, Florida; Davd M. Wither- -
1neItes at oa tim or da moe slowly from greenish white .. methods of overcoming this conduton tives, making valuable suggestions for ill, of Camris Walton, Florida; Tholmas E.e.rial fturs,
a deepyellow. All of aese plar Syrup of White Pine with divides the problem Into two parts, the choice of materials for treating Br BsC Walto lorda; t one b
and night the year and owners are electrically articu' 1 flrst by applying materials that will country roads, suburban and park ida.rgeHenry ohbb, l. o r NO CONTRACT
an d ednight the year and it w the a t time in hold the dust down, and second, by roads respectively. He gives an ex- octl3oaww NO CONTRACT .1
n story of a big production that any o. adopting a form of road construction haustive explanation of the methods PROPOSALS POR SUPPLI NAVY
has insisted upon such accuracy i:: t | that will reduce dust formation and of examination, and ourtllies tentative YARD, PENSACOLA, A. E. W PE
You have onl to ut in scenic accessories as Mr. Field has inthe wear of roads to a minimum. specifications for the use of dt pre- PROPOSAL will be received at the Bu-
YOU have Only to putthis iart a r instance sThe Ael G Ms I nIII ll These he says may be attained by ventatives. The bulletin should do r-au of Supplies and Accounts, Navy b
a switch to ta ,and ed this partiels will appear here to UI f "temporary" and by "permanent" minch toward directing experimental Department. W h on. D. .. until 10
p ull it out to .. t night *t the -erm bouse.e bnders-those under the "temporary" work in this important field along ii.ly opened Immediately thereafter, to
pu I out to S p. lassiication being materials which proper lines furnish at the navy ya Penscola, Fla.
Orph.eum Theatre This Week. Capl n at I m________ _e vrs._,.N_________ ____ _m_-_i_"
TheOr m continues to get bet- sals sh eer to Schedule. Blank
Su k e ponsi- ter shows every week, which was UUI proposals will be furnished upon applica-
of:tion to the navylay oe Ptnsaca, 1tu
ability of supplying your sn laste gt when this week's bill l- I. a...or to t. n Bu. au.... B.7 ea. I "
opened. Postmaster-General U. 8. N. 10 IE
Po:0 The show opened with Baby Eileen. m
who 1 without doubt the prettiest and Sustained Painfu Injury i _
..___ most talented child that has ever ap-

peared on the Orphenm stage, and her Accident Early Yester- PENSACOLA ELECTRIC Sal

Pensacola Electric day Morning. I eGsEo la-.ort FOR MEN Pencs schele.
_, --WINTER DAILY SCHEDLUE.
F8 |e -ttWS W * * Effective Thursday, October 1, 1908. -Il*
Company. I r l M\Leave Penacola. Lev Ft. Ba'ancas. treating tbem
.... .. h op aMrs. Pauline Humphries was struckAi .*. ....... we..... ........ a .. i n. 1
SlCs sGyand knocked down by an East HB ill :00 a. ................... -7:15 a
.keors of Light and Power. t MS& a. W_ street car yesterday morning about : : a. .
Mahe Ofces. 9-11 W. Garden Lw. r SI luidi th ILB 6 ab c nine o'clock while atte.Mpting to cross :45 a m
the tracks at the h Itersection of :5 a. m. ................... 10:15 a. m
Telephone IO o bi It b b the h|s a chase and Palafox streets. Mrs. Ham- 11: a. m................... a m It double 1
phreys was apparently unaware of & 0 11:45 a. .....................11:0 p. r.
the Awac ch of the car and became 1,:4 a m P ................... 1:5 m. the fabc.
cpfy edMand unable -to prevent 1:1 5 ....................2:*0 p. s .
[-WI 2e:0 0olk whi tattept p m. .................,.. 3:45 p. m......
self from beinstruck.:4. p. ................... 3: p. m.
Dr. Ma& _I.me'ley -Officials of the company -state a 0 p. ...................4: . and heavy-we
-e m na1 1W1 m111 .TC1Motorman Avant reversed the mater 4:15 p. mi..........a. ly 5:10 p. m.
"^1 ^-L -< p rys w a a nro tly r rl^e f i "I ..w-~:0 p. m. sat. only. 5:4 .. a. 6:2 p. m. V,..
ba returned to t city d --A med and applied thebrates thus 6:00 .. : p.
the speed of the car. They also say 7:0"41 p. ...7...p.m. 7:30 p ma.
his regular practice. Ofeae In Blout that he sounded the gong before W o on p. m. 7:6 p.. : p. m. :0 p a.
B"lMIlg. Hours 9:30 to 12, and 3 to TTreaching the crossing. :0 p: m : ::0 p. m. :oSO p. ma.
IL 6 b U 6 -i Dr. Simpson stated last night that 1:00oo p m. 9:30 p. m. 10:15 p. m.11:3 p. m. T
-"- ~Mrs. Humphreys injuries were not The Big Store 10:1* m. 1:60 I e n
.. ......i... serious. They consist of a cut over T ..he. l1l:5p1 ll:pPin.aols w -
one eyesand several bruises to other 122 and 128 South Palafox Street ,',: 'i a s aI trin hereater. The 5:10 &
portions of her face. p. m. train from Barranca will make all
SMotorman Avant waa arrested and stops. x ept on Saturdays, when a local
Cut Loose From the CreditHabit ste daa.t- wll lve Bi Bayu.% at :0 .m.c
,Mrs. Humphreys resides ~ tbe corL nooncal fa Pae
nner of Belmont and Alcanis streets.cal reht l aI n Pe.col. at
And buy your suits, hats and shoes for spot cash and get the bene- 1_:15 a. m.
Ait of thousand prices. Better goods for the same money, same C yS EApS man t 5 Throug 2- : -
goods for less money is a feature wort considering by. men who MA aUt ShArL ll la ma m -ft O A-: --- Tr 1'.h Alb N t! m olO at ''
care for the dollars they earn and spend. REGALS 3.5., i4, and 5 P & a Le | w | A | UL Lsu SUINDAY rC -DULE. MO i atlfSti
shoes, and Kuppeabelmer $17.5, $20.00 and 35W. sits will help a.i E1 1 1 I JL. l 1 .J. c at 7: a. m.: . n oso wit 0
you to save money by reason of both better quality and cah TWO STRANGERS ho.ur o. the week *ay sabedse wllbe Anr--.ws Bay Ra..way -
tated sees and e motion pctes. hagd daily. AdmissiIon s cents. observed. except a car will leave t freight and peser
Why pay mere-?. ,arrancas at 5:90 p. m-. lsed of 5:30 p. . I..oa pia,
STwo strange itai s war arre. A SPECIML ATTRACTIN, WEONES0AY, OCIOBER 14, lainP..s...at3.R- m. r ay. m i
14~ Hn ANS0N **** ?I'^*I= S A B.X OF MON K E Y S S HL ...O- -P^---
sass Maln H UGvtO an. S t without a license. They wil be Atrbsn thrtao nd o y wst crat Lased t e n and pa seem ren.
St1ets CASH CLOTHIER St_.at r the recorder's court this m S tsp..Pby a nte t. dietnof s Oln wethitm er at L. -teete s,,ecep erywe da y f ,
Ph1n.297 Pense Flida. Phu, 7.5 "e nad the elam tht at night.. la at 1, :1,1 sa :15 A a:nd ft et.. Che St c rswl rgc
the goods were of foreign bana darea II *T street to the postoS.ee and to West HDI. G. M. PURVMI, V.p.
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ROYAL ARC MASON.
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7.2 o'clock. Work In the M.
U. and 1. A. degree. Visit-
leg companies traternany
iLvited. W GBS
.W. E. ANDCR1 N. w P.
Secretary. *
F. & A. M.
SRegular cominknlcattima of Pen-
sacola Lodg*, No. 42, F. & A.
M.. Thirwday. October 15th. at
7:30 o'clock. Visitlag brethren
fraternally Itvited. 0
T. H.' FX.ETWOOD,
C. E. SHACKLEPORD. W. M.
Secretary.
VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
Volunteer Veteran Firemen's A ocia-
tions meets at Knights of Columbus
Hall the first Friday in each month. Yo
J .N. ANDREWS,
ABE DANIELS, President. 001
Secretary.
DAUGHTERS OF REiSKAH. Col
Naomi Leg No. W. Daughter of
Rebekah ea vey a"e night. at
s 'cldeck at I. 0. W. F.- VitestgS US
slater cordIalfy lvised to be present.
REWECCA JOHNSON, N. N .
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