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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 14, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01213
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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-PENSMCOLA,


MORNING, OCTOBER -14, 1908.


PRICE, 5 CENTS.


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KEHOE-MAYS CONGRESSIONAL

CONTEST UORWTHE SUPREME

COURT NO DEJWDON RENDER


CHICGO SHUT OUT

DETROIT, SCORE 3 TO 0


Tigers 4A4gf--Through-
out the G001e.

cN Aiowo&i(y Four Hits

Iclevem (39. bimlmersand
vrmter-it CI4mgo Wins
ToW..Py the. series winl



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at Demorac a sluirese S mana
H1 i)ew York, entered s The Jne g in af a received at
e L said he a teoet Caha-mber eOf ViNAsMe f roomsT
C II' president at all kbut aft.GFUdmy apSt IS as fteows:
of **only O--* y The LM a
t ona Ontoer & The Detrot-Met t l.I; Couu,
Id- at *Mer bim a pnailS riht eld; O'Lry. shewt step: Craw-
U d th or any other tmu. He ford, enter dB; amsman. first
4twat-pAM t 15 be made idiNt- base; Semaster. med base;
S iil ow a i k Statment as be ha e aMU idt, catcher; Comghlan, third
1w dep ,ie remardlng Tatt's ca- base. SuIUIers pitcher.
Chi.age- aeckard, left field,
Evan--- Ba, secoad bae: SBehaUe. right
L SA REPLY ield; Chance. hvrst bue: Steinfeldt,
Sm ADE TO.DAY thrd base: H11o"an, cefiter field; t
S-B MA. DETO DAY Tinker, short stop; Kling, caterer;
I Brown, pitcher.
; hnm. f"Oet. M-Secretary Weather-Clear and pleasant.
E L tag shows the statement Attendance-47.t00.
'M t oIg thDemocratic heSt r- Umplres-- naoIley, behind bat;
: ten in New York. said nothing i the Klem, In fAld.
t at of a &rply would be itr v out Ground Ruie-i-HIt in crowd good
r at 0 White House tonight, but that for two bases,.
th m op aW"would probably receive at- Chicag, Firs lt inning.
teaa tomorrow. Daniel J. Keete Sheckr-Out first, unassisted.
"itthe prealMeat'-s ea w s ar--ver trllke one, called; out, fly
S October P*rick H. Marrisls of to rigt.
Stand Ob, hed of the Broer- gSeilte-lngled to center.
he of tHalway Traltmema also saw Chlaee-Ball one. ball two:
the 4e"t te s~ day. (Sebhlteom so..d): ball three: fou!
sttke one: singled over second
K TWDS TIT ON BShulte golig to third.
S*Stntfek-SBaU lone: short pass
THME BRYAN STATUS (Chance going to second; out. third
to rat.
S 9Ne Tur.o- ct. 1-VlSceCteb alrn u Mcentyre-Strike on. called&: ball
S s one:striketwo, called out. short
ltpe made imblie today a lsto first
o f the la Whch he sawd Bryean O'Leary--Strke one, called: strike
e ld e electoral votes. They two. called: ball one: ball two; out.
a a w : pitcher to first.
Sa .: M Nebraaka. 8 ; In Crawford-Ball one: ball two;
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Republican Nominee in Gorgia

Arrested for Embezzlement

SAsselte Prss. office Inspector Hill recently made au
S gaan., Ga.. Oct 13.-J. M. Elders, examination of Elders's records and.
S postiMater at this place and Repabit- his arrest followed. Yesterday Elder'
can earesamoal candh dMe from te and the Inapeetor had a lively dispute
District d eeria. was arrested t is said, the-former charging that the
-" rst distri-t era, wars te inspector had used Improper language
~. I a hargea.with embelement. Post- to his wife.


Russian Countess Adopts Novel

Method to Prevent Annoyance


.-c4untess Lydia
14 Russia, who is ia this
I rst visit, chese a
i eartain she would
;i t eabhlug her des-
eJttbr to the Martha
, ptosa rah o herself
t4 hol M aI aem t Ito
64"rt, Who was to meet


Mike Maher. eaS the baggage
handlers, was Mtr -I th =s-
nfeon When the s h*wb 44. Lanis
docked. Mike t was 4 Of th'ietrht to
clImb aboarC. Ant#e withi pphb&-
every femtalfe i had
no trouble I ocatft e
visitor. The e s w g
pleased at te Ieeeful meo of
her plan.


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ST. ANDREWS BAY
* R. tR. GETS OFF #Wr
* Montgomery, Ala., ct ---
* The compromise board of t
* state has agreed to let the At-
* '#anta and St. Andrew's Bay
0 railroad off with the payment of
* fees on a mbrtgage on half a
* million dollars only for the
* sixteen miles of road to be n.
* Alaban The amount eemihg
* to the state and county is
0 $141.75.
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An of Yesterday rn""imed
i Arguments by the
Attorneys

MORE ARGUBTS
TO BE HEADAY

These Are Upon -Whether
the Circuit t Had
Jisdictin tO IIaue Writ
of goodati-u Was
Done by Jd llone at
Committee e !9.


By AmSi ----
l lTstshamse, Fla 13.-Argn-
T aent was began todmthe au-
preme court in the M ys con-
REPO S BY T E ItIst for re congress
tros the Third the matter
ISScoinmrg up on a error taken
out by hoe f rom i of Judge
Malaon e I itsaug a mandamus
i t o cause the district to can-
-.-- vm the returns with
T i r u lthe returns mad. b veral coun-
Their Rec "i DX izU- the ty committees wlid ta the
Declaration of a nominee.
Past Year Agsr Previous to the owd by
Judge Malone the lhad de-
$12,la.ed Kehoe the but this
s "g.,o :action was obtaineting eom-
posed Of only fourteen
By IAse.ra coummitteemen wk A vote of
New Orleans, Oct. 13.-The Amert- on rty n ithetfr Ke-
hoe. In the fall the vote
ean Missionary Society today prst- was tied between .s- ates and
ed its annual statement showing the In the latter action a change
work accomplished up tp 1908, before of one 'ote. .
the International Miamliimary Coves.n- Court adjourned this
thon Chnmures of Christ in session evening after a fU5 argument.
hr Attorney Watson, a of a, ap-
e- hearing for Ke y Fin-
. Receipts for year were $123,000. layson, of Mea Car-
There are 18 missionaries at work, a ter, of Pnsmenad' 'The ar-
gain of a2 over 1"7T, #nd 108 new. gamient wU iiK ehoe
Abearces r sfd, a 1an f 34 oCrM t4oa^A
A The ime p for se o. eitm a. ..g.
eaased over-^,0 4* ns- vheo w ef. yn ahsee, d y B
By oes report the statement was Efllis.
Made that one minister had contrib- The question to be determined by
ted $6.000 to missionary purposes the court is whether the circuit court
during the year.. Several delegates had Jurisdiction to interfere with the
arose naylng they wished to see the findings of the district committee as
minister who coWld give so much. Judge Malone did. Kehoe holding that
The minister was then brought forward he did not, and Mays defending the
in person of Rev. John Bull of Kansas, action.
and are caused a hearty !augh when
be said he made hbi money by farm-
ing and not preaching.
DOUBLE TRAGEDY. KERN LEAVES INDIANA
w A ia~odProm& FOR NEW YORK STATE
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 13.-B. L. Shep By Associated Press.
pard, a traveling salesman, and Mrs. Indianapolis, Oct. 3-John
Leona Bruner, stewardess at the U Worth Kern. the Democratic
cola CommBrunerci, stewardess at the in- candidate for vice-president, 9
d ead last night in the tre found left this morning at 7:30-o'clock 9
dead last night In the apartments otNew York to make his last
the man. Gas was pouring from a jet or kingw ork to make his last
in the room. The supposition of the outside of Indiana. He will
police is that they turned on the gas speak tomorrow afternoon at *
with suicidal intend, though the possl- speak tomorrow afternoon at 9
ability so accidental dea ti he possit. Elizabeth. N. .1. lie will close 9
Sheppard and Mrs. Bruner were wellyrau. Y, October 0.
known in Lincoln. Both were divorced. [| 9999... ..


NEWS PROM THE FARM.
The Farmer-Here, you, Idle Cars, get to moving.
you rong for a wh ie.


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DECLINE TO ANNUL CALL

FOR SPECIAL ELECTION


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May Send Immigrants South


By Amecated Prem.
Washington, October 13.-The full-
est measure of assistance in the bu-
reau of information of the odepart-
ment of commerce and labor in pro-
moting a beneficial distribution of
aliens who come to the United States
will be expected and required of the
entire immigration service, according
to a commnaestiton seat oi-ttoday by
direction of Secretary Straus to the
commissioners of immigrams The
division of Information was aeted by
congress for the purpose of promoting
the distribution of admitted aliens and
other persons seeking employiBne
It is directed that the same nsmeasre
of attention be given to the work of
the division of information as Is ac-
corded other immigration work. In
carrying out this scheme Secretary
Straus directs that one employee be
detailed to tage charge of information
and distribution work at each imLi-


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ration station, who wil receive and
distribute documents and send, to jfi
division of information a coaprehen-
sive record of all applicants for in-
formation and those who are directed *
to employment.
The bureau of information also to-
day started'the enormous task ot get-
ting In toh wit~ farmers, :rauser-
turers and all other persons through-
out the South to learn at first hand
If they are i ne d of help, particu-
larly farm laborers, common labor
wnbcoalea, etc. This work will re-
quire the sending out of 80,000 re-
turn postal cards for distribution tc
rural delthery carriers In the states
of Virginia, West Virginia. North
Carolina, Kentucky. Georgia. Alabama
Missistippi and other Southern states
On the cards that are returned w0l
be indicated the kind of labor needed
and the bureau of inferationu wi
assist in securing the desired help.


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Young Geors an Meets Horrible

Death While at Work in MllM


FY y a Ameciatse rem.
Athea, Ala, Oct. 1.-News ias
reached here of a terrible accident at
Elk f ver Mis gin, ten mil west of
Athens. Saturday aft,.. oa, in Which
a young an named heMy gMet
:met death.
I've got a crop that will keep E ftfaerIs a member a tO wea-
-paay opratiagthe tn and the young
Jn-a, who was about, eighteen years


old, worked there. In passing a lie
shaft that was ruling at a sIpe" of
Over 540 revolutioes per me o
_dthim caught om t d I ad w vu
beaten lte ao mm
His teatr was ern sw'Va Ad .
s at tf the om f totf eehseat snd did
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**" " Body Held Regular Session

: Democrats Should Assist and Received Communi-

in Rising pin Fnd: cationRegatadig Same.
S rHAMRRRCOMMRC
The democrats .f WdA Florida should assist In raising a AR COM
campaign fund for use in te national campaign. Money is need- M AD THT: REQvUE r
ed and' needed badly c to Moses C. Wetmore,-chairman of 09 ADE THE JR&E UEO
the finance committee, a.ih-ow is the time to contribute your dol- *
lar. -*
That funds are required to coadnc the campaign and that the Riection Is to Be Held on
committee needs them at the present time is shownS y the fact that *
Herman Ridder, the treasurer of the national democratic commit- November 12 Commis-
tee, haI alone spent many ~~pusand-of dollars of his owh funds .
among the Germans of NIe. York. Ife a confident of carrying sioners Refused to Pay Bill
New York state for Bryan. .
West Florida democrats have contributed to the fund liberal- Of Sheriff For Rifles Dur-
ly, Out there are many who can spare a dollar, and who. should igM OIL^.
forward It at once. "-
The fund now stands: ..
Acknowledge yesterday .. .. .... .. .... .... .. .. ..$665.00 *
R. B. King ...... .......... .. .... .... .. .. .. .. 1.00 T4 Board of County Cemmission-
S_ --- ers at its meeting last night de-
Total .. .. .. .......... .... .. .. .. ...... $654.00 dined to annul the call for a special
******0 ***aM******* IRremstedby the ChmaberofConm-
merqs. Commnniatein~a were read
*** ********* p**s------- from Secretary Waterman of the
S. .... ... .al bodyrelatin 0to the pro-
WRIGHT PLARN TO ASCEND -4 bopnS bONd Issue. and giving the
* THREE THOUSAND FEET O T reasons why the chamber requested
]CHTT.1t HTMI R T.F the e--mui t of the call.
AsOc. Ad Pr.a... to _Those ant at the meeting
# the Paris newspapers, WRlur # Asoited r ...... Dvi. ob-
* to rthe vr, iasi n Golda, Mo., Ot. ers w-d.nd
* told Laare WIlMer. ead D. 0. Seaman,. farmer, went 0 -t -
* of the syndicate that has Dt to.the district schooL near Bills Turned D wn.
Sopurchased the l.ench rights 9 0 here today, called out hia two # T Me ewmml-usIonBe took up the
* to the Wright brothers' 9 som, aged ten and twelve # matter at bills presented by various
machine that as soon as he has years respectively, ahot one of county oMclals. One of these bills
* completed his contract with the 0 9 them dead, mortally wounded was fr" the payment of Wtinaeter-
* syndicate by instructing three 9 9 the other, and then shot and rises pmrehased by the sheriff at ve
# pilot tI the workings of the 9 killed himself The cause of time Lender Shaw, cesored. ,i -
# aeroplane, he will attempt 9 9 the tradegy is unknown. lynched. The rfles were for aie by
* some Lights for height. -There ...... .. deputies in protecting the negro while
is no reason, he is reported to *.....*...*S.....*....... he wa locked up In the county Jail.
Shave said, why he should not 9 This Ubin mounted to $156 .
Sgo up to a height of 3,000 feet. The otIer. bil was for heek tie.
SHe also spoke of tying soe This II. expense was incurred by th
Slights without the motor and *H UheL rff In bringing the negro lbe -ro
* without the derrick, which Is HN I i h r Mrs. Davis for Idettfc tr
S now required to start the ero- I The board refused to pay thee bll
0 plane. on the advice of County Att ap .
9 U- Carter, who held that te conty was
**************** ia/Umit. reejpnsiMle for these de s.

BA amaatiaon frrom O. A. Water

U W W ** *A. ,^ tvember 1,. was bMIed. Mr. Water.
A 000,000 In Improve- man addre ed. the board, following
SL U ments at R te line of argument as mentioned in
SI111 !111111 rll ...ments at Rio. the c-..- tson. but the above
-0lE00UU UUU L UII By Ar,-lated Prm action remained unchanged,
1 00ash0nAn, Ot -13 ineThe gremateEt The comuni*ction as as follows:
-dock system In South America with a Hon. John Ab Merrft., Chairman,
frontage of twelve miles willnputtd Boardof Coumminsion.
Georgia Rate Case Had ner. County nof Escamba. State o
Hearing Before Court tension of the present works of R e have the honor tloo da.
de Janeiro is completed. Gentlemen-I have the honor to in-
of Appeals. Under the contracts the plans pro- form you that: The last regular
vide for the building of an exten-lon meeting of the directors of the Chain
Atlanta. Oct. i13-While refusing of ten miles of docks to thE two al- ber of Commerce referred to the meet-
to set aside United States Judge Par- ready great piers at a distance of 1;115 Ing of members on the same day. with-
de's supersedaq of Judge Spear's rul- feet from each other. Consul General out recommendations, the question ol
ing in the Georgia rate case, the Anderson reports that the plans ap- the proposed bond Issue for the build
United States Circuit Court, of Ap- proved by the Brazilian government Ing of roads and bridges. In this coun
peals today issued an order requiring will be carried out provided the m ty, and after a long discussion, tbh
the defendant railroad companies to ey can be secred secretary was directed to write you;
give bond in the sum of $100,000 each It is e-timated that the additions honorable body. setting forth:
to pay complaining merchants ad- planned will add about $19,000,000 to First-The Chamber of Commerce
vance in duties should this advance the cost of the entire work. The i in favor of a bond lsxue to procur
e ultimately proved unlawful. The average annual tonnage at Rio for the funds for the extensio nand perthf
court 'et the .hearing on the super- past three years hh exceeded 2,000,- o
sedas for Nov. 11th at New Orleans. 00p. county.
The docks now being co structed Second-It Is the belief of bankln
inRio are owned by te federal gov- circles that a bond Issue providing for
ernment for Brazil. The government the redemption of five per cent of tbi
has determined not operate the docks issue annually for twenty years could
J itself, but to lease them to private not be disposed of to the advantage
parties who will manage and control of the general public interests.
them under government auspices and Third-It i the belief of the mem-
regulations for a fixed rentaL .comedn ,M a. second pan .s


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.t by Stelnfeled-t. Vstreon*.'Cale la ed;U t-e Souc. West 4gedis.




e se No "Done .o e-ee -b Jo + o*& las seloFor- spar-Wel Known and Ireplcat o--- a
a t rk oe monewy as re yo nde b on T ha eJuror Citi s nm Died Early rleasd nary FuitsSawe ree t Osetss

7 0: .B ..... .... ......CE, *. -" -,oc C F I i, m n t a nd s n -s o, ye7 ,u,,w, b, oeac, yes l rer t_. *heos


to. fa m b uns hcdraea-Bal one, bie two;" there were no t urM ls a thduA emeic ation I 4 r vs atamlk
--r as Nta 0"0t called;b He day. The pubAlicIs appeaeM d to again r Toba Wpll bheld at St. s
....e a orcaaFbeIhing. oa l ofhespor e$t and it henw church this seve"ng etrod
Sft ap g 1 gagigll damaged by Se last night shortly Bvers-Ball one: out, fly to cen. fIs hoped there wlK be PoUrSoe to 'clock, the cortege leaving the real-
Fair Lraoire ; o'Cukh. The butlin s were te. Good catch by Crawordt su de ce atb .45 dao'clock. Interment at
Mouth Tar-ot s street and occ-
Lo --el ld t ente. Bolls, ofwBaghede wretFunt a raslg eat ie will act as p lbear-
.* -.J b. The th f andil destroyed were Cra rd-Ball one: fol, strike sco books, which yIbel vrye nee era: .*an B. Jones, C. Thiesen, M. | | .raser a.mm w
Ma Se Weeks ad Juilred. one; ssigled to left, O'Leary Mogl tl fL r eO'yeary, A. Johspon iaA QuW.a, John
li-t- 011,11. eer is owed aad oecupred third. Cobb forced O'lary out, MCr. Ttoms Jarohr o, Anthony h evig-
i A- aii 3yamnd mo oan.ot iboeer wo Ro tBIt o-n nrte. i tb married bat hsthe ae of 3-

toS g was hetol ba.- o anD LI 111 bN It er.w Jlp Is NcwsintandAround Tal
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msdoW A*i0 0 t,,S -t .h-lt-W-Y ngled tv to second. -m.1I.. . th. "is-- ".wof t ty. w ,. --a-spa e-
m a 8 N ` .1i was sihlantly S aired od, puts ng Shute on second. gtit .niu p_ s po n in l_ loca o. He _
eb. a C rai gallery roof fallJn g on him. telAeldttt, third to rt Iu tl fee a o.
S a*s o"meri o will prevent him from Hoertothirdut eo Onfrt. at one time a member of the city
-U-+ -. .mtBUlag u f?.ty fr a few days. Tinker anned oun toVsen ntye tpalnThgn. Mr. Msrdaam ea
ga "- o L -o wte. Ad. c.trite in g. er o the Board of Pubic Safety. He y a I sr v. Morahss ef
'Ce ^WrtherAdusce. ShaefetSat hthir was an original charter member of Tallahassee, Oct 13.-Promptly at were speat an Rh
I t isto a is to beware of coughs and colds HoeCman-caned o. t 5.Innin 3. &A. No 1 and wase the first presi- 10 o'clock this morning the supreme the city of Bristo
,* :- the ehest-as neglected they readi- S4aghi0 b Dos Crawg Su de.t of that association court began a hearing of arguments -d t Metor
Sly am .b -e of i en casaptn or strke two ball oee., l we HtR e--e The -dee..ed was for a long num In the Mayi-Kehoe case. Chief Jis- Later he wan re
b. W. Gavi&. of t pulemaoryco traoubleq. Just as byt.te too ,bl twt i tt .0 I Cved ber of years in thie employ of M. F. twice Shackletord and Jastiees Taylor. of Ilip. L. I, the
s chebkg* aggi as the eough appear s treat It Summrera.St, 8Ullivan being in tie employ of tae Hocker, and Whitaeld are on the St. Paul's, Rocies
S:: k it Hret mByrp the fanaist grounder to nt,, M ay. later at the time of ai death. bench. Judge Parkhi, by reason at years 10 and 1
chb lapit cham. staIdard cure of Amerlea. Use as di- c t i. Tobin wa a highly respected his relationship to Mr. Mays, is dim .Ish-American war
Cee -eretly aless. A cre Kli 1xthirg* toad useta l ln tigen of Pensacola and quaiied, and Judge Cockre is still to take charge o
Sy. Th. SM,. Caluay, e pre tie fh ar d o the toet e nter l ke one, called; sinled ,.e..---- -,-t,,,_er of sorrowing relatives asent from the tate. Jdge Ray, ort Hamilt.
rt+u. Z C li --"- aoes. eente- d is.0 per bottle. ete.c--"t.,e o.e Litle Do-ris Cw .esn, -nfant aue and tinds rgret his death. Judge Carter and Hon. D. A. Filaty This old. histoi
a et ol ant at b t aremocuhd by W. A. tr owmn-r Ick rike ter of Mr.'and s.F. C. Craw eaon. of son are psent as conel for ay ld in the e
. two. 'ned; out, third to 05 West Chase street, died at :0 and Jud Reyes Sad H. W. Wats beas
.Ii "911611 010, a te' .---- Sheckard-Ball one;. all t o'clock yesterday tgi from the eof- son for Kehoe. Stoa newaple Jack
a Rev . A. c k e twa SP. a ,trike one; bal threeone, ball two;tes burns elve about the body, r Rev. Same Moran, A. B., M. A. has where e. Robe
. Slr5. _lhl' .t l.st stealing se.on-. SheK~-as t..ce and neck whhl ,laytag with her LU ILUILLecided to accept the given him vestryman I 1
Sout, i .tl e brother on eaSy. a few days ago by the vetry of St. im Prt H
ST B TO Detroit Sith The funeral seerred yesterday I i I TTI John's church at Tallahassee. ame frther so
1 WI ,t-evening at 4:3 'lck from the home, Mr. Moran is a native of the state the dates of vi
& JgB ly F strike one ste won, bAll two; Rovu Gavia n First 'Metnodist *I of Rhode Island, a graduate of St. and assistant price
Sl *' -ehr. mml.s..A caC iscg PSe.) OuT.at-he t tr. John's oemetr ___. and later, of the Theoogiscal Semi- lug teeter often t
O'L aryL S lCeM Wo VIrlrltod- rtooneo h dbalA.G eleMstight. tel l' nary. 20tsh Street, 9th Avenue, New came to Florida
lung &. Il . .o5 fO.... -btt, ba AI. & Ftoss ceNntr _ York City. At the seinerA he and mhs rpast has t
Sa. ; total, 261; One. Forced O'Leary out, pitcher to A. d bntoW ae Battle OfGusford Court i. e^ yellow students St. Pals chu
-"iU .,,a, : iaeg ,re242. ht, doubled. No runs. audience which eccupled all of the and warm retheir friendship the frt day of
lit luM an pirt Wsco eri Eve Cicago,. Seventh Inning, available space at Ihe opera houie Housc Repro Ced at has continued through the intervenng at the request o
ee 'a^ bader the & V"n'a 'aid c Eve ~rst-Foul to left, strike oe; last o ght, r .and with one of the bet teF Q fStbr17a tca.m)ee thao



are_ sl drebbe, wit- Whalth strike one, called; strike two, stopped o wor e he heard an the reproduction of te Battle Of them two aSr eptoivge h, wshesofthe cor
be n s 14e. --Asi- .... caled; out, second to first. old joke told bqS. or f he ad ever GUrd court house, fought 1781 w com to Taaner o. sa Jas and e
E Wao.p ich-ertr- t -- hd heardad ta oake forces under Command General womrew to ks t faae n .urt cal s
.... e S h ---nd,20 foul third. hw a sce ulw, ooeda .c en h u"anbr t
AegatramgN S Rosnd-Batllone; ball twofb to wcstftta tefro ee-rdneth his lr. dao

he democrat an- Chia ighth Inning of the oeeted ael Greene and Lord Corwaldt y al
-fU Ctr Wmd J. prysa to- Steinfeldt-8trike one, called: ball This the supoess with AL G. -s. B estl.shede inbseied theQuinty ay was utnsual
.-. Smiitem in his own to, ead one; strike tw6, called; out, -third to He has a cosuupany of 0 odd dancers, The American forces were com- rao te Tons eceh eil ew rne was Ohe wa
a p rft three days tour Of Nebtinha. Hofman-Strike one, called: ball time the curtisn goes up on the first North Caroina Regiment CoL 8. W. City, sthe second olet scoln fr -Jaehrc hr,. The
Rig Iowda greeted him at every two fanned. tIoffman stole sec- part the action io brisk that Gie Minor. also of the Third Regiment, America, ed th le onf huc othe
M^Cy Phr.acy. pot, sad_ when his days' work ea ond) folbac, strike two; ball two; audience Is kept in a tcoc trance o ded the British forces. The the bemb sho Chsrch of te cr de oe wl ey
over the had delivered twentyone out, fanned, and hasn't. ., tco speculate upon BtIrligton Company of Stte Gards o .teEt .ihdCuc of En. guid e -wll h
,l I ive au5eesaa. His arguments were con- Kling-Foul. strike one; ball one; anything elept wnt the next picture epr tin t ritish, were frst to Mr. Moran died January 17. oran y
m _ ly to answering Taft and out foul fly to third, will be. Mie at eliedve .l0 nt but ampries
at e ra aa who recently it- Detroit, Eighth inning. The Fields sho tris year, is ood M x. L. Barker, and Captain h M
gogye egIo r OW oB Wans 1 MH Schmidt--tu second to rst. one in every way. It is fe wit K. Mitch-e, decided the battle all. Te a fe
aes.,. the speech _o I n Nlebraska Coughlin-Ball one; foul. sutw constantly changing entertainment, a .. ..I ln Hg s, who
S3.i1 wi he has en mak g In other oe; strike two, callesed; blld two, which appeals t the ad ce. Dec s Conre of the ll il lt/ -
+ the oemry. He M,. .. three; foul back of stand; out, A- g Qulgley is always sure to please,. He States elM Its 8rst f ersot m C h.
1foulhoac appealatc to te tfrmers on the to irst. comes like the good flmains of a sea this aeutenat Governor ..pa
V100 _Ple(battig fo John'- a cm ete ttsrnpondent could n
gr.4 e gusa e ncp" He fe. He tw; out short to frst. te audience hates to see him leave, we-come" we. o response to by Rhy e mea
vaie .. g %- -S- - o fers or he i the diwer of the Felds Governor F. A.el. oveothe RNIH.. ., "o .. t.
WintersWn wdCr a go pidtchingefornet comedy flock and his work is always B atwent homer a Mnd
If ag r k 29;rtour oae 2 a s1re l inge r c Su Om Ler as. y ou t roitc of a character l o distingua sh it am ong bef re &A Th eC o u
f-i n ( 2 2 a arope as redeou let.N horu L the best. HIs dance stnt si s. TZMA CE PROMOTED. Holloway in his j
seesaw"-! 't. tB Br u to to shortt ba ud slg this year ncaend the audie ce look- _- Asnat P.. Service Practice and Blend- ot a wire uayin
e-- ?, E'--.l .. . .. e- '- TSrtwo- S o-ev t h to fooor it up to ee end o thePeO m London, Oct. 1.-Lord. stmaurice, e_ ry si ck .
-L cA -- Ad td F ror Colgan, i Csi N one trike two; foul; out, y to .a to p art e of the fo n ing Powder the Order ,ra Wts..b. o,
h W snecnd.fold v---to nlsie t w; ou ntdenied a glimfpaes of the Qugley gs ~e, has Imen given a seat in the fr th -rs
C110fSSsgsomp a better than good old- E0ers-BaI0 one: foul, strke one;:when not S ^ inWV rb caSne asch oro 0 of st Su a
g. ..7, ..... oned Horehound Candy ba H two strike tw, fanned; singled Bl ea.rkrand Tommy Boey ase"u ieoon Wolver"Yetrday. ui ent Hom
"..& b, ad pat at "c per b., at The Crystal Slote-Bar one; strike onfe, csr he the e lumem t of Wol hamc on, who will t- n
wLp ar lb. CatThe e ul Byt_ oe;trieonshow are wsll liked here and eot eet a proebly be appointed lord president .a he bo2e
S t.S r ed; ball two (rers stole second); erles Of songs and -storiees that r f the con lord r privye sel n Service practice at battery Slemmer Florala and cann
BRYAN ball three. He walks. laugb-reucer The firt part, frmmcue to te Marquis of Rp. and blending powder at battery Worth business any 1011a
_o- ,a rt sn ac it. o iP who k were firsn. Tr w

e 1Wte. Aracallttt seNow Shown in Store siteinrelt-Bal one. On attemptt as. yet ..ed. IerIt is rotheo in .lor and oe oreenee. i f sork the n ;o
lease or icotnagit last the Op account of the convenience on third. tacular tranormaton scene a. Thee exercises ocrreod .at 8 o'clock There will be
ta*d? te an ger to their cuasttners to gs to the store Detroit, Nnth Inning, than a minstrel frst part The same TAFT EN ROUTE in the morning and were the leading pttdA B. Watt
Ctoll t Wn.. J!ohoN & Son have made McIntyre-Out, short to first. good taste is shown in the subsequent features of the program for the day. Wedneay morni
eas e "er. o e frm as every nIAe O'Leary-Out, third to flrst. sets, the cenic investment of the y Associated Pre. The first exercise consisted of firing i' on o or t
+ llre of. iW f mr the wagea (eg buggies carried in Crawtord-Ball one; out, short to-Five Marines being unusually attrac- Cleveland. 0.. Oct. 13.--judge Wil. the big guns and good records were i et say sickni
c p 1bMgore it to- tnc t e prlt of the sagnodware drst ae. an am Howard Taft, Republican nomi made. tJo NCaerdon
aSJ^S %Simit3k 'e P Ngrow e--. f- o -"AL Fields himself in on the ntago see for the presidency, will be in Drills were held at all other bat-
p ... .his will be a great i wasd sand- s rk during te scene devoted to politics Clevebnd today. He will make an ad- series and the day's exercises closed C
fo~eHsaru.mI i n tUimes pe rtspectvibmasn;s and L L He wites his own monologues and in dxs this afternoon in a tent. Judge with lecture at 7:30 p. by at thebe. On at
. moser or the rinl atry line his Taft and Bryan speeches last .night Taft left Akron, ., early today and W. E. Donahue. His subject was .
n s .l be- siown witht av- injected many quaint and witty lines, after a number of stops in northern "Projectiles and Pases." T his batter and an ei
.i 1al g. rough the big ware They were laughable bits of politi Ohio, wil arrive at Loraine, 0., in the was attended by all militia oF&ers mId i Cas.
A :atUKte "- In- NeI U I-aska Coughli! utes oflastonight's perormace..... .. ........ knowledge concerning the artices&dr
5.t -bei r bS rkg satire an d fii o bl lled the best 20 tote. eurly afternoon. those in attendance gained much kgs esoft.
4111't LPteioeAmongl the v ocaists u are fset INDICATION OF ERUPTION. mtkntion1d oc094010 svSa
a"skedCaudit he re- 1Uinh Infrin he first, Che fl w Rerinhat MstJ rn spl Followis te ograCm fo t t --- .- '
m Iightioed a markesuccess. He Terre, Island of ..Pima.. 8 a. .---arhlae e16ee at battle .... lotItan


year --eeasaors. A b-elevi (Ceooid s-eM st Page an ew 9u M m 1. 0.--A rin 0o ashes rrom volca. wortn. .
wou---- l.d feel t.at.ther .- . H rC, ......I.n_-, would have appreciated three t nimes nes on Martinique or St. Vincent 8:S0 to 10 a. L--attery drills t NTT
,,,Suledtoiv ,?.rews? doble to lstm .bal g in.to crowd AU Com" IntO three. His yodng numbers were lands I falling over Gaudeloupe. all other batteries. NO
--- -m--r-,J --Co bb-P-lOul str*e e'm; strike tw A delightful. He has vice and expres- Mount Surtriere the largest volcano. 11 to 11:45 *a,.--omm-oamlp lon- OF
gSm l_- ,r- Mon -r Mr. c c l On A ye_ t.a Craw* and Out of America to slon and there is volume which fill- on St. Vincent, is calm, and the ashes ed offers' school at all other batteries
s Mr. f or wemt to .third. Co t, aort ,ed the theatre without becoming must come from some other crater. conducted by regular oeers. 9Wc A-ss
Sto ask the om tir uvisliaer rat t td.B .Giv C s noisy, forced or strident. Walter OA for wch or. Belgrade, Oct 1
Stht r as Infavor d ning. oo alsoadded to the vocal ex- ODES ROM PAPAL ECRETARY ders will b ssued the foreign i
vte el o o nor ....an. .re; bari. two; ellence of the per formance. sing Night- neuvers for which orders tda, denied th
ba1 e that t IsO wold now m CrtUIe oNo One Knows," an two -to "l St" wollowe YiA.8am.
2a-Pll. a" fo s. Ms ; Scrutiny .-N O eK. o ws ,"dt wo -t I lobal Paris, Oct. 13.--Acc rdlng to the ..will ..
--==a te -up-. andt ts c f. tt to ladnumbers. The rt p--t -- cloed
m a that as I mea rs I out plche efrt osIrco 1 Je la nme T J r c . u _the bi of rawee are-TAd i i b drI I
i tht the elecon wik be bail one: ball two; out, short to aee government has istabi ead a Chtmitng" sung by John C Dickens. celved a circular m Car(Inal Merry Thr pay longer any dange
I wil -padoame1 g.-- erat.d strict cearship over all commuca- The song was accompanied by a tab, d Va the ppa eetary of state, time at t the
So te srItag-Strike onecaed Ingledtions betWeen Koreas in this country leau eect which aed to to e at- absolutely forbidd$nag them in the fu- th em
ptia laMid owa by the orders to center and trienas or relatives in teir ative ttactiveness of thi feature. ture to attend the lectures of the state p. Great Britain's ad
S Ch atCommerawc- trlke e taed; ba land, according to thel Rev. Another feature of the first act facultimes. John Ayres hurt his foot last week tcome of te
0_ bm r ave been so oime; foul, strike two; ball two; foulRyang., a Korean minister of the which pleased last night was the danm- ,and had to go home. of po r, rely=
S eI tO my. back of stand- out, faed. Methodist faith. Rev. Mr. Ryng has Ing tur of the danang wdels. It Bert Nichols got a telegram Friday ofSe
e I s ySefem- i Mlaug. interested himself is the case 9 the came as an Innovation to the set saying that his cousin had been shot
it wae due h both. a"ss n 3gtrike me. called; foul, Korean who shot Mr. Duaka W. form wually folbilowed in minstrel first flJ and he 1*d to get ode as soon as NO TRUTH IN
s sas o strike two; all ee; ot, seood to Stevens here several moths a parts and te audlee called for possible. Both these are from... A
'de w atyour ucessow w wo iBrst, whose trial will commerce November several encores. o- way morng. t. re. ...
a*% m...^.terefred.n one;. strike two ^faned; ball two;,. It is said that Korean papers pub- alOther spectacular I vion. itISnprac a battery Peao .
$.s ito a il ou, f l a t. anned. ku ed here contains accounts of the a daMncing number, picturesquely B- bIs, P lse, srom ao sore, ece, guns; and at baptte Cullmm. 10-inh lsy .eo .trult _
Schm -4trhe ; strike twoshooting and the subsequent death of lustrated and well sung and danced. ia tebs rhenm, as well as of rhegan. guns ia ahternoon. th made a- geo ganed ciru
fne--l-n ri t Stevens have been ferbiddegn entry"-e4&.-iAYClaa. in is n a men usualbmmolol4wenee. Te piercentage. During the servSie prac.h
" "n-- U d Krea and tatm every copy cn Kof theand .i crcvyc .bpyroft. MA g e a tbo1Mrood or n m11-e, drill was sounded to ? .i 2e r s- Inthssee
---- W"T-MA __-... --. Thi.r laming ....Korean Daily News which contained the pe U b lood fo men of the other bateries a cance to ...i..
e R e"jii u3rik on 'Lallee;the Korean emperor's protest against The intueimng of the show thse f p ieedmy b s unyequald i LL M
I I. .__ _. .1____ the Japanese treaty has been de- yeai is In keeptai with its scenic I- moud of ms, 2i Company C, of Tllah ee. is sta-
B-- stroyed. estment and stamps the perforima. tioned of battery Cullum, and ets on AM
A copy of the publication which was as e of. the a. t that Mr. FleMl H' Hl well with the 7th regulars who are aine, .
SI- - discovered in tis country and which has given here in many seon. ... Wr ith them. Sergeant Carden of Comr Lmber Mil plan
B si a- _was to have been offered In evidence and a or h pany K was invited to a clam chowder pletely destroyed
owMnM a.. .A e a aa JSaam n j scrihtic to The JaTaIral .6ae6swn -mea Ms*** assssna...suaner with them (Coeaan-' C) and The los s kest.
'At be A" b"holf las


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and





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aassee
ATE CAPITAL.


rly minsterIal years
ode Island, were, n
l, he was the builder
of Trinity chrch.
tor for fifteen years
a priest in charge of
ter. N. Y., during the
107. When the Span-
rbroke out h west
f St. John's fte
ric building In hal-
arta of the rhern
the cherch :wbre
a was christened ana
Wt I" served as
and '07.
milton Mr. M.san
tb and entered upon
ar of Trinity chapel
st of Trinity church,
C.' He wras also act-
parish. o Ist year he
L and for several
been loieut tenses of
h, Qugicy, FPI. On
September, however,
f Bshop Weed, Mr.
Tallahassee ^ to take
of St. John's eOfrch
res in so short a time
be esteem and mfee-
ple here that. In ac-
e warmly expremed
regatli on, the vestry
idered lhm a. umamt-
betiag geld last Fri-
eainelnc, Mr. Mus-
pient of two calls his
s from St. Andrews.
other, from the
s last, greatly to the
,ple whose spiritual
ceforth become, Mr.
wcepted yesterday.

t of treatment from
wily proud of their
bow as If they are
a one cat and two
a, but your corre-
dt find oat whether
ts or simply for a
Varna, of Ctpany C.
ay, leaving Sergeant
place. Sergeant VaIn
g that his baby was
*compn ndirwtchd
others basbal athe







trwk out 14 men.
e cawthose, or Corn
Infow studoI
t be spared ome, Mhs
gete alrmTesteday.
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rent batteries san
o by allp
iervlce practice in
esy asth( mortars)
ng at aeght.
wo exceptions, timers
et. and the w eter
ly such as miht. bE
a good appetite to
Company o's bupyC.
B plain Se breadntd
Statly for babkyast,
C pasyheC. p eate
two iag o
aseak our 1 smen.
et of ceee, od Coi-
* ie uertainy veing..
4e.


[ATION
cVIlAN ARMY

3.-M. Milevaovicae
teor, in an interview
re is any 11oMirN
Uon of the Servian
dko there Is -
r of bstlity tar eO
people e es calmer
at wilag to te
vice sad wait the
II- -mtfi **O'i*
in. upon fspe'%
rvi's juM et e
t 0t -"OF
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JOU NALJ. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1908.


.. 1 o r been helping out the, selling-..
-mm.eo t av had no tmm W write

-,-i [ H'._ ." c,. -a. A The S&=na Cotton Mills, So. fce
o-i ": edas eLong Idle, To Start There's a Reason, Quality
SUp Again. Counts.
Siw ....tj. . Just keep your peepers on
1pents Setatto Tre journal.
selas, oct. 13.--K ?as stated toda- the big shoe store. Always
"a pound t OW goCr" that on next Monday, October 19 that softiling new.
iie tof the cotton mlls of thee oi tyT nw.
which has been idle for some months,
*n u C" x Hoff eeCo ., will resume operation with a large r i
force of operators. The second cotton I l
f -.,d .. ". .....H ? -, f Ieas a. mil which is owned by the same com
Ltd- Nw Orlnsi 'pany, wi probably resume operations C S C11
e.w" m o. o a week or so later and the pay rolls ol Feet Fur shers For Folks
buas ess of the cy.atl elh 102 South Palafox Street-
The mill which It was said today
E- M would resume operations next Monday
1-n 'is the Eatelle Cotton Mill in the west- DR. THOS. S. MITCHELL
da i r ea thier erder's eourt. ern part of the city. This mill with will resume is practneth .
S0were d s...andC aosts. the Cawthon cotton ill was shut and at hi residence at th e da
n Mamt e Lewis, (, charged with down several months ago and since Office phone, No. 180. Residence phone,
W 1 -iLa ad aoe for cursing. then a great aany of the operators No. 447.
m- swas iat Sixty dase In jail who have remained in the cty have
yesterday gl-ra.ig j q'.Recorder John- been idle. Preparations for the re-
Y_ son. .. sumption of work at the Estelle Cotton Florida and laama
STwety-two eases were docketed Mill will be made during the coming ,
it- Sw. n- tTial t ZeIorer's court yes- week, the idleness of the plant during LAND COMPANY
terday wonalte. puuteea of the de- the past few months making it nece-
** fmts were fosed gaulty. four were sazy to do some repairing upon the M.'uaes reU U o
t i harg ad, four eass were 0on- machinery. The majority of te ope LUO E. SAWD CYPRESS SHIN.
SNinn lato the ainent of $162 ators that were formerly employed at GlES AND Kci-SmRnID AP.,
,,MWBW the Cawthou Cotton Mill will be put to
el 1 "-+- DAT ; R- work at the Estelle mill. During thee.
a A period that the Cawthon mill has been-. r B.
fd $5.0 .0-B oly w h ..e.W nila mteclosedmanyofthe operators at"that F
... f Write with t- best cooks. have been living in houses near that UII lI U
Strcbt. Ble m :l and which are owned by the ca. -
To cure a to ld in onel day pan and have not been charged house
-P Undr a parent during the time of their. Idleness. f
It is said that wfth the resamzing of tt fl
""'.e.o f!IM b ll the~work at the Estelle. Cotton Mill these WSE T L
bP wb Yes 6 ot wtin Pm 4 La. operators wis wbe offered work. If th-er
1 refue 'the -work which will he offered
a pte U die r Rex them they wMll n- future be expected
all CaCold T e;Zat the Crys- to pay hoereant. Jury Awards Much Disput-
IDON.T PAY CARRI ERS d Animal to B. W.
once more the Journal must call the
.attention its subscribers to the Pay-
ug r of subscrlptionS to carri1rs.
Sl "- .-L0 Pf EX St. CA.P nAL |.w careers are mot authorisd to col-
4te ed collectors In PDansca 'ab*r The cameof B. W. .eeley vs. Hines
..0_ Tb. Jinal- Messrs. J. A. Wales Sa. M. Ro Cravefor the posseqsloe of a cow,
CampW Oct. 1-4e autoo_ G. Lambrecht, John Gerkin a" wner was brought to a comeiuaion in Judge
Si M fride- l at to treeport white. On the road the paper s rep Bellinger's court yesterday evening,
S_ te IM th h the reeoad resented by Charles F. Steward, C. the jury rendering a- erdict in favfr
i s in* MA S tW hts. aru Porter, R. E Williams sd W A. Seeley.
ae a..n5se It sms qlte aafe. BDeal. This Awing of this
ceing case, the two former hearings having
"* .-a .. Mr. lccba ad W- will be acknowledged by the offce rsulted In mistrials. ft Is not known
t0r ae.rm. .io thert auto. .butt am y ear ler st. t Seeley will bring aultitor the recov-
,'. .t.. e very mete- Dont y i. Sm ery of $40 for the .se of the cow
OMs A The i re ta- MeIAmBer from ls-- while it was In the ube.ss, n of Cra-
"-6WA- P rportt ow. n he creek and bayou is vey, and also tOr $4 .r the sale of
S SSs ..-t-'s, rote oermt'a a uraM the bay is AID the calf by the lat.tee~r Mts was ask-
V 1m M I Peat ASSN. ELECTS OFFICERS ed for In the presewtb6iring, but the
aid Mrs. y1 atStr took the jry did not grant thf s
t cola n Lumberpa-s AM Assoiat No, 1, The cow wa pasture at
t'Pfk Tibo ran** m et last night ad elected owas ea ri e initt a -y
Us 1 P reat *SM a ""h as bsla t the aloet follows: ago with other c S this parties
Sa iia' bat a mst w ve seem. ona the sound President-Wm. Wilso, Sr. lar cow was not bred with his
$u wlee'r the to. Rep ai new ltach in, wkhen not Vice-Preddent--Freeman Johenson. m#rk. It came Into .posesslon of
VMS_ 544h4W I4 A -u Treasurer-Moses Williams. Cravey by purchbae. Seeley says that
48 a.i IC. Aato Sand family are stopping Trustees-Rate Chackletord, Thes. he. bought the cow here from Mont-
ag..glH for thI a 4t at the GUlWluw Mouse while he is wikerson and Isaac FaIr. gVaery.
SaM the swe-ge sa=t. having a a otage bIut on ther lot __________________________
es iBE~ imll ll -- -Fnext to L. L Smfth's place. When ----- --
* their oe6tatge Is 6Mled Mr. and Mrs.
Cal-aetC 5r u.. a ton intend ta r tip to Oregon M150 0_M
t' MQitsee ram aFt PlPck- f t Mor. 0 S= 116. whose hus-
s Is qNteoty ms o b. Ces-s cer a bad press tt f the University at
w ^a we as ( watch sPortland.
pop" 'Mrs. Pow4-0ater-of D. LPowell,
^ *the beat buIAlr lft a week
I L. Impl L a, a senwmt to for perutiaf i Shupo ns&is her sunr
lwea 9tarf Miss.t mL- wt tfwt br 2a b*. -m d her
tIN Uty a aohrt butsess wis ters wth r Uts In Dpeanlak.
j. Vt -Mr. and TW tem of Featurda
Sued*angests at the
S Mr. aI Mrs. B. C. e- IhelIa Brooks Home. Mr. TUrte- seems tc R _W
amgg the iw guests at auaage the pole mad la7 to perfec-
egambishi .teou sad speeds indioh hie time
- o plling i red eh ,aes trout sad other f
J. T. et Chtple. is to habitants of taeae waters.
bu sae s, vwitsit. Capt Brooks. tie old Confederate S
T t estching a severe oB; bart Is go
ames the elecrie better.

'S~i's uluLso aa< moer lntp ofa te ship to be theom
.* C t means ohave many a lumber camp




______________________ <^ A first-dwas dinner at Roth D ay

^ -e g g Was Dwgncomen chants will save, time and All papers in the Buck's Junior Range Contest i
It i. *lul~hew many persons eKPy by eating at the Deli- noon to-morrow. At 10 o'clock Saturday the judges


COlN~FIS5OEE .-- cp


WILL BE LAID openngal
by

WEDNESDAY DAUGHTERS
at
Appiopiiate Services to Be C
Knights of Col
Conducted at the New
Methodist Church. Wednesday Night, October

DR. J. S. FRAZER, PRESIDING EL-
DER OF THE MOBILE DISTRICT,
WILL COME TO PENSACOLA Afi
OFFICIATE AT THE SERVICES
THIS AFTERNOON. &k YoU

The corner stone of the handsome r
new First Methodist church buildingor
on East Wright street, is to Itg* this
afternoon, the services commencing at 88 V8 Br i
4 o'clock. Dr. J. S. Frazer, presiding Dal oves G nuinU
elder of the Moqbile district, is to come
to Pensacola and conduct the services.
The date of the corner stone laying The Only Pure Ext
was recently decided upon and an in-
vitation extended Dr. Fraser to be the best Sauce of Oyster
present He has accepted the invita-
tion and preparations for the Service Don't Take Any
have been completed.
Dr. Fraser is expected to arrive in
the city early this morning. D. KUGELM A]
A lot of old newspapers,
tied up in neat himdles for Try "HuilWl berr
sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour- Harvest Quee
nal voice. C
V

DownwardCourse -
Fast Being Realized by Pensacola
People.
A little backache at first.
Datby increasing till the back Is
lame end weak.
Urinary disorders quickly follow;
Diabetes and finally Bright's disease.
This is the downward course of
kidney ills.
Don't take this course. Follow the
advice of a Pensacola citizen.
Mrs. Fred Andrews, 600 W. Garden a
street, Pensacola, Fl., says: For a ti
number of years I had periodical at- d
tacks of kidney cvorpllaint. Recently
I was troubled a great deal by a dull
pain across my back. I was nervous,
felt weak and had a very poor appe-
tite. I had used Doan's Kidney P that other wom
before with such good results that I
decided to try them again and obtain- *
ed a box at the Crystal Pharmacy. en i win
They brought the desired resaults In a e c w ar
short time and for that reason it
plemaes me to endorse them"
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mi1wmrn Co., Bu)ffalo. R e
New York, sole agents for the United wi I t be wihei it
States.
Remember the aname-Dean's---and The sole Wis of regular t
take no other. ie. It is made of SpecW
____._._ .__ "="mo leather, so perfectly taaim
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S1 s1e1 Ut I tas cat withe winner. We invite all little girls who have handed
aS wi ot art -goet cPan-a"IsIn
.j^Ie St nisd I I a U friends and mothers-to be at our store pomnptly at 10
a with o erem-a one can sae
o-ly ten gt --latall 1*
*AM Y tbtre's no coffee In
reatHPisA- c -I e leans, hard
st a a trtle eU molasses. But 11 h1T
s. Woo LL UU ltU--| U All in the
Was tritbled with Indi-
*saesere ate"ns t at none Names of Those Who Do- test Patterns
e.1 4IIso It& I knew It was
k=paoe pe pt of coree nated Through Officer
to al 0 ...-faly mand then another at
r. herse-uos stroner wh of Club, to Appear.
e mI. .10110 _me I made her
a no k Pestum. All monies contributed to the Bryan t 1
'p othe pOtse coWtniug asnd Kern fud throg The Pensacola 2 to $1
4,- .-we being alike .got Journal are published the day after
mbe dowk sand "ad the receipt at same.
it w"t SAee' hewd a better The publication of the names of
as r s e ad god. tUBm who contribute to the Bryan and per yarCL
e use of FPstum Ker fund throdh 4the officers ox meh
a get better. Blya and er Club. of Escambia
m nAty has been deferred until about m
te. days.before the election, at whicn L
Oasft ~Wa e ti-time ia a single Issue of The Tournal I s.
Se Rekd i the amesa of all contributors will be
~ .et? A The o lars of the elab are croing
am& '- tw to ie They their Itsts this week and as soon as 26 an 28 East G ordon Ste
mad ftul of human all the ltts are in, publicatiOn in full
Will be mmade.


must be in our hands by
will announce the name of
I in papers- and their
0 o'clock Saturday morn-


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reet


follows everym
as a glove move
We have the
I styles, all loathe
I $4.oo; Oxfords
Come ix as
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Il People Say


i dwgs. sws n to M o N0er, ,and asked for re-lestokN
S ,IsplMp A peoi"
O MWE WANT A CHANCE. .
ANUMsin M Na gagiet teseh aData. for r.e*et*e* and
s loops*=": meld.:'WANToAACHAMG

SeeInter Ksedg leg It In SWAu akt from the people:
SWE WANT A CHANOeM. O
SMAvi e LOW a sted the nKUsel d of I Ias for reelection, and


OW WANT A CHANAE.
Alms".*ems-hell0at te Ilinois ad ad frevel wectio, and



AW WANT A CHAINMLa


The voiles th peoploa isue Uam le. Wherever they have
bases to speak. they hov earneeoy lte their veoless, aying:
-WW WANT A CHANGE.



""We Want a Change"


MTw Unceutainty
ol New York
Walter Weimas. reomdslg the
ultoet attitude d New Yok. state
as between Bryan and Taft. writing
to to ChicgeO Record-iHeaatI from
w York Citr. among many oeMher
mtef.Ua observations on he pol-
dtical sotles s be fiands It In ths
itate as te following:
"fy is thbre doubt about New
Tork? TIe lan& may not be large.
The mimes are stiB la Taft's -avor.
But am e vettainty does exist and
will Oatiu tul the actual coaunting
*of the boaeta. The chief caam of
thi s ertatr Is fi In te at-
uftiLre. t he labor .-vot. By the
labwo vte I do act meo wholly or.
rahed or miSia labor, bWt e men
who wafk wir their e lNs i-mn-
ly. the wae arners. Whether they
be memboss of labor mSInf-o--
or not. AmeK an o.o t. s m s e
eople there Is 'ds yeax tI.-Now
Yot Cty a ad In an the itwes of
tils state a marked tendaocy to go
for Brya.
"Tie simple truth Is this: There is
disacntent among the men wh fill
up what we ma' call the base at the
pYr a of society, th heavy, tick
mss, Is wIce 4vates ere d by
me hundreds -0 C muWsu They
wmra change.: They have not -tal.
en to" Mr. * T02 likeo
Bryan better. hy have their own
rMewo. Them ieN as may set be
a4L.. lakt ;r as we are ea-
ersd that Is e the qusetime. We
a n thmree tryn to as.eorb
wht tes men an wint to ae smre
Swe are in why they tho
dot Is tsto towg
"wt years ap I spent much
time in this dy. Thaogh I had no
eoubt whateverIof a0 e"lectia of,
evel. to ml ke aumo I aIset days
on the st se and *est 8ie of
the town, as we lak along the Brnoae
wI) and FIfth Mt se enter. f
tI talked witk truck drivers, cab.
eam, street car employ, beed w.l-
e, vharbers, pollmen, aremSen.
tmames., sma8 shopkeepers, sales-
men. In a surpriingly large number
of Iastmanic es- s r4i that a sm
lRyo ef these men are democrats
the replies to m questions as to mow
theUy elt about the prm esiey were
et this order: *r y leeo gs to
,' or "We a e or Roosevet.
"Dorls th p0at fortwnght I have
done the same bin A number &
my 0r i- hayI e alse mee it a point
to so about ag questions tof the
mqmA NSe 0s aP2. MiAes smataw .
Sly the epty IM: *We are an se
SBryan h ywar.i n doa't hear any-
mID 't Bnan: or 'Al OWr boys
usw wMp to we for BDrya this
n ^" -M -w OzeqOGIR tbeu


mn answer questlrns about the gov.
worship with a sneer at Hughes,
and often with a naughty cuss-word."
r. WUllan tis cautious not to
overrate the significance or such in-
cddents.s e is careul to give due
imemlrat an t.o te fact that 65 or
70 per -cat of -these men are demo-
crats to- start with; but when, after
king etenasive tnquiry among
thm. enly one answer is received,
4t as a & enamir to him. The mean.
lg, b he reeds is, ~that in so
ftr as these men are democrats by
ht% they are all with their party
tis year. which they have not been
Ia any preldential campaign since
1 L. It meaas that the relatively
mall 'number of them who are re-
Uinsm am w showing signs of
Iglang of, to the other side."

Should Pequir
3u4llAg of Dogs.
That the city council should enact
law competing owners to musle
4u ruaninM latg, is the desire of
moy wreeMets of this city, for pos-
slbly there is no city of its size
which, as the misfortune to contain
as many dogs as Pensacola.
The pftseet law and system of levy.
ang a tax is as unsatisfatory as it
is unsuccessful In dIloviatbiug the
amber of qnpalns owned herLe Perth-
eemore, It absolutely alords no pro-
tlUtion against attacks by theme. ani-
mials, and several persons have been
bitten during the past summer. About
the only reeult obtained trom Its oper-
atli n thi cealleetM ea a few hun-
d*ed olaup tre th# owners et does
'1 eeas vue while hundreds are
iwedi to roam at laee, endangering
te lives of citizens. -,
,The fact trat abmne owner has paid
WIo thoe'ty treasury $1 or "60 for a
nene. *e purchase of which al-
S Mthe iamal to run at large is no
grmntee to a reeai6mt that this
seim dg, possibly with te rabies,
ill not attack him or her, and that
"mta may result from its bite.
Neither Is the pNymet of this license
tax a prtetin to children on their
way to or from school from the at-
toaks of vticOs calnes which are


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was a libel, but whether do the biry'
ship or on the woman they did not
specify .
A firm in Paris la issuing cards, to
be worn in the buttonhole.. bearing
the inscription: "I am very well,
thank you. I am fully aware of the
state of the weather, and have heard
all the latest news."
The Chinese are more and more
taking to "European" styles of leath-
er boots and shoes. The rubber shoe
has long been popular with them in
a country where there is Wmbh wet
weather.


srealn U te teets. with as without The largest town cl ck the
teie D11M taGs. world is in the tower of Glascow
The prmat tUam is a goo one for University. The hammer weighs 120
t city emmlln to repeal the present pounds, "the pedrlem 9S9 peapds, ad
a-e-ievse orname., ad substitute the whole clock about a ton and a
e remakingt lan eggs runatig at
lar to Be mmssled or else be kled Iron cloth I made from steel and
Sthe c ty. It wal deprt.the cAty t n a
d a few uIereet dollars, but this terial for esol"bythe is aMts an-
man m t or reveonme can easily colmars of "coes.
be S-- ,I, or-r to a,.rd pe ^ .
tea to msK Bumne men, .u a time

md expeinm by esatig at the
OWh vifa new yokm"am'm T hfleyamn
s afmiw n -sUedo. _n* Mhe m o mo-- e w ,m
Onioe Da .n a a- niusi 13aIserving a dinner for c.


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ThI Ouf Coast Inlandt

Waterway Association
BY CHASE. J. 8W IPF GORCGA VICE-PRESIDENT.
'MS 4 'M ANS _04


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ANSTARY Im tCTh MJ
Ditor Pensaeola Journal:
Plese allow me a& smaa spas In
ye paper isa reply to a artde In
yesterday asateroos paper, which
stated that the method In vogue in
the past had been to let the samitary
inspectors go about their work as
best suited them which Is not the
case. The city had already bee di-
vided into datricts and each inspect-
or was held responsible over the dis-
trict assigned to him. The only
change is that ai future reports will
be made to the chief inspector b-
stead of to the city health officer.
P. K. NIELSEN.
CARD FROM DR. WHALEY.
Pensacola, Fla. Oct. 13, 1908.
Editor Pensacola Journal:
It is rumored, on the street, that
the committee having the matter in
charge, has decided to locate the
chapel, gate and waiting room at St.
John's on Belmont street. Many of
us feei t(at this decision is not by
any means the better of the two that
have been under consideration. The
location on the north and almost in
the middle of the rectangular plot,
Just on the brow of the hill, within
full view of the surrounding country
and the bay, and on the car line.
would seem from every standpoint to
be the better. The commanding po-
sition and the adcessibility by way of
the cars are decidedly in its favor.
Then, again, the approach from the
north alsde and along Jackson street,
turning soUth, is far more attractive
than that by way of Belmont street.
It might be well. in a matter that
concerns the general pubdc so di-
rectly, for the committee to give a
statement of the grounds of their de-
cision to their allow citizens. Of
course, the whole thing rests with
the cemetery company yet a ceme-
tery belongs in a very true sense to
the whole community. I have been
asked to bring this question into the
forum of public discussion and have
therefore ventured upon the sugges-
tions above made.
PERCIVAL H., WHALEY.


I People, in the

Public Eye

Raisuli is said to be contemplat-
ing removal from Morocpe to some
other part of the world more coagen-
lal to his business. He is informed
right now that the field is crowded
in Ohio.-Wlchita Eagle.
It doei'n't seem to occur to Chan-
cellor Day, of Syracuse, taat he re-
sembles nothing elso so much as a
penny dog barking at the heels of a
man who is unconscious of the dls-
turbance.-Pittsburg Press.
When Wu Ting Fang said the
American people lacked intelligence
in some ipaportaat matters, did he
refer to forest fires at the cost of
$1,000,0O0 per day?--Clacieoatl on-
mercial Tribune.
Some idea of what John Alexander
Dowie did as a "phophet," to his
followers is gained by the statement
that his estate shows liabilities of
$3,,O000 in excess of the assets.-
Canton Repository.
Harry Thaw says he is unalterably.
determined to cut loose from his wife
forever. Harry's efforts to establish
his sanity appear to be more con-
sistent lately than before.-VWashlng-
ton Herald.
Ithel Barrymore's determination to
marry a poor man is the first evidence
we have seen that she Inclines to the
newspaper profession. Yes, Bthel.
you're all right!-Terra Haute Star.-
"Maxim Gorky has married the
lady." says the New York Mail. With
or without batving disposed of the oth-
er lady?-W--b
I Odd Things




Railway states of Berlin are
shortly to be provided with automa-
tic machines which on tee Insertion
of 52 cents, will deliver an umbrella.
A ticket will also drop out, and who-
eyer presents it within two days at
an olffice of the automatic society wil
receive 33 cents in retark for the um-
breliar.
A woman in Vienna has brought ma
action against a man who knocked
against her in the street, and then
compa e-J to Countat 3psln air.
ship. wlEch could not steer straight.
The courts declared the comDariqoa


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It is o mistake to may that the
Gulf Coast Inland Waterway Conven-
tion which meets in Columbus, Ga.,
on the ninth and tenth of November
next, is the most Important convem-
tion of its kinrthat as"n "ave, up to
that time, met in the south for the
benefit of the South. I am not un-
mindful of "rrom the Lakes-to-the-
Gulf Waterways convention." which
met in Memphis last year and will
have its annual session n Chosa
In October, and at the banquet in-
cident to it, both Mr. Bryan and Mr.
Taft will be present. This is all very
well, since both the republican and
democratic national conventions have
spoken.* most strongly in favor of a
systematic plan for the development
of our inland waterways, and for
which it is proposed that the govern-
ment appropriate $50,000,000.00 annu-
ally.
In comparing the convention. at Col-
umbus with that held at Memphis. I
recognize that"afs latter has a supe-
rior claim to magnitude in that it In-
eluded all the Ohio river and Lakes
region, with that al.f the Missis-
sippi River from Cairo to the Gulf,
which as the representative of the
public opinion, is the advocate of the
Inland Waterway from -the' Great
Lakes to the Gulf. But the Importance
of getting to the gulf is inot a so-
pheme inducement cosdined to any
one city on the Gulf but Including all
those cities connected by an Inland
gulf coast waterway, avidg its rst
great beginning in a most economical-
ly constructed tntercoastal waterway
and canal from the Apalachicola Riv-
er to New Orleans. The latter route,
is primarily the object of the Colum-
bus convention; but in Itself It is a
mere segment of the Atlantic inter-
coastal system from New England and
across the PlorMid Peninsula and
thence by a short connection with
that part starting from the Apalachi-
cola, thence to New Orleans and
thence the same system continued
along the Texan coast.
Commodore Vanderbitt was wont
to say that he dt mnotee who owned
the ralfroads, If' e owned the termi-
nals. From tba. -, Lakes-to-the-Gulf
waterway'and froljte Ohio River to
the Gulf via th.]ldum sippi River or
via Paducah, up the Tennessee River
to Gunterville, "A1A.. and thenee by a
canal already seurteyd to connect
the Tennessee and Coosa Rivers
from tke Coosa to the Gulf in more
than one. way can *be encouraged,
fostered and approved because of the
vast benefits which will be produced
in the largeness and cheapness of ton-
nage,. by barge tranmportaston.
When we comndMr the Tennessee
and Coosa River, countries by them
selves, or in conuecoa with the Bir-
mingham and Anniaton districts, their
resources for coal and iron are fa-1
bulous. A canal frem the Tennessee
to the Coosa River, would place all
the regions in ,the Tennessee and
Coosa Rivers, trm which its great-
est plentitude of coal. Iron and timber
would be derived, on a water route.
all the way from 800 to 1000 miles
nearer to the Gulf down the Coosa
River than by any other way.
The Coosa River from Gadsden to
Wetumpka, Alh., Is a favorite river
for development by United States
Government Engineers, because it is
the highest classified river in the
United States for the making of water
power by locks and dams, and steam-
boats and barge navigation at the
same time.
All of the people and cities of the
Tennessee, Coosa, Tallapoosa, Ala-
bama, Flint and Chattahoochee Riv-
ers, are deeply and vitally interested
in the Columbus convention, not only
for what it directly proposes, but for
the Interior river connections that
must eventually be had. with an in-
land waterway from the Apalachicola
to the Mississippi River, at New Or-
leans.
The Columbus convention will be
prepred to show in the different ad-
drees to he delivered, the water-
ways in the couth, which are en-
titled to aid of the National Govern-
ment as no other convention has ever
done.
It is proposed to carry out facts
and figures to Washington to ehow
that nature has magnificently en-
dowed the south, with rivers and har-
bors, too long neglected by the Na-
tional Government, but which are no
longer to be ignored, or excluded
from those bounties that have been
given so much more generally hereto-
fore to other sections of the Union.
This Gulf of Mexico Is called the
Mediterreaean of America. It is our
maritime vestibule to the Panama
Canal. Its entire coast, by its bays,
land locked channels and estuaries
from ihe Apalachicola River to the
Mississippi, would require only about
twenty-five miles of canals, to con-
imet these two river, and over which
barge fleets could ply with tonnage,
twice as great tas the largest ocean
*steamers can carry.
, Mr. Hendersa, Secretary and Mr.
Waterman, Treasurer, are doing splen-
did work for the success of the Gulf


Coast Inland Waterway's convention
to be held In Columbus, Ga., on the
ninat and tenth of November. It will
be a hbltry making event. Mr. John
Craft ofat Mobile is the President. Mo-
bile winl1have a cuwning advantage
In case of the success of this water-
way project
Hotel rates In Columbus for rooms
will not exceed normal prices. &Aod
accomUmMations may be secured at
$1.00 per day. Restaurant facilities
are ample all over the city.
The mayor, board of aldermen,
board of trade, and all our citizens
will act the part of hosts, by show-
ing the "Electric City of the South,"
where these large diversified enter-
prises achieved by Hydro-Electric
Energy from the Chattahoochee Riv-
er, will be of great interest to the
delegates and members of their fami-
lies who will be In Columbus on the
ninth and tenth of November.

Pure Horehound Candy.
We sold the last barrel in
five days. We now have an-
other, fresh and nice, at 25c
per lb., at The Crystal Phar-
minacy.

STRENGTH EN
* THE JUDICIARY- *


A few days ago the Tribune com-
mented editorially on the several
amendments to the state comtutio ,
to be voted on at the general election
in November. It was stated that
thee amendments are in danger of
defeat at the polls, due to the disin-
clination of the people to further
tinker with he organic law. Never-
tUMlet, It is to be hoped that thlo
disinclination will not mitigate
against the ratification of at least
three of the amendmentu-two af-
fecting the Judiciary and one provid-
ing for the support of Florida's prin-
cipal institutions of learning.
In regard to the two amendments
Brst mentioned, It is diicult to con-
ceive possible grounds for antagon-
Ism. One of these vests In the legis-
lature tle power of fixing the sala-
ries of judges, the other gives the
legislature the privilege of creating
additional judicial circuits whenever
they may be deemed necessary.
There can be no question as to the
desirability of incorporating tlese
ptovialses in the letter of the law.
The legislature prescribes the sal-
ary to. be paid to the governor and to
members of his cabinet-in fact, tie
legislature is permitted to name the
rewrneralon of every salaried ofi-
cer of the state except those con-
nected with the judiciary. Why
should not the legislature be empow-
*red to prescribe the pay of judges?
In the various circuits of the state
there should be some distinction be-
t(een the pay of the Judges who are,
required to devote their whole time
to the cases arising in their districts
and those who are occupied only a
portion of their time. Some of the
Judges In this state have much more
to do than others and their iray
should be increased or graded accord-
ingly.
The second amendment is of even
more importance. The Tampa cir-
cuit is an example. Any member of
the Yampa bar. who has practiced
here for a sufient length of time,
will bear out the assertion that the
able Judge of this circuit does more
chambers work (whici is the real
work a circuit judge is called upon
to perform) in any average week of
the year in Hillsborough county
alone, than the judge of the circuit,
fifteen or twenty years ago, had to
perform in the entire circuit in a
month. Why should the judge be ex-
pected to awilt the tedious and un-
certain process of amending the con-
stitution in order to obtain relief?
Why should not the legislature have
the power, In its wisdom, to create
additional circuits whenever the
growth of the state demands. Du-
val and Hillsborough counties have
enough litigation, at present, to keep
busy a .circuit court organization for
each of them alone.


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Attention Democrats :
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* The Bryam-RI Bub of Eacamma county hap per"etetd pir 4
* neat orrawvtiont and the name of every democrat shbold be
* its membership lit. It costs motMng to Join but the usu ee at 4
* same oa the roll wil be a valuable asset et th. ebab for the risis
* hthat t primary object of the ore-f-tio, Is to sMu up a m b
* democratic vove In the coming election.:
* If you will sign the membership coupon SnM below Mad Mall 4
* the same to the secretary your nama will be aed O the mbesr- 4
* ship list. '4
* Hundreds of names are belag added to the mstmbermip list 4
* eark day. Send in your same
* Wm. C. Monroe. Secretary Brysa-Kern Club,
* Box 434, P4=oal Fta.
* Sir: I a tfor Bryan and Kern. Please earoll me as a mm- *
* ber of the Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work sad vote tor Bryan and
* Kern in the coming election.
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ture not only to' makeotenreases of
salary where Increased duties war-
rant it, but to create *dditioul ci-
cuits in cases where the volume or
litigation exceeds the capacity of the
circuit judge. Although the amend.
ment of the constitution is. at beat,
a ticklish business, there can be o
doubt of the advisability of adapting
the two amendments here cited ad"
favored. A capable and competent
Judiciary is the surest safeguard of
any state: and, in Florida, where
the Judges are overworked, there is
danger of neglect of vital questions
unless the courts are equipped as
they should' be.-Tampa Tribune.
Following Washinlmesa Example
The state of 'Jm 4omia, following
Wvhington's good examzpla, will seon
vote on the proposition to exempt
mortgages from taxatim. In the
Pelican state the issue is presented
in the form of an smeandment to the
constitution, as the legIslature is not
now competent to enact a law exempt-
ing, mortgages. Washington, by an
act of the last legislature, exempted
moneys, and credits in every form.
from taxation, and the supreme court
has delafinitely settled the question of
the legislature's right to enact such a
law. The constitutional anaind-ent
now pending in Loodsiana i probably
broad enough in scope to permit that
state to go further than the exemp-
tion of credits in one form only: but
independent of that aspect of the
question, the state has started in the
right direction. There is no 'onger
room to doubt the wisdom of the pql-
icy of exempting moneys and credits.
In the first place no state has ever
been able to reach property of this
kind, and no state has a moral right
to pass a law which will be uniform-
ly violated. Laws are not passed to
be violated. They are passed to be
obeyed, and if the state can not en-
force a given legislative enactment,
it should abandon it. Good morals, no
less than the sacredness of the law
in its general aspect, will demand.
such a coarse aon the part of the
state. Aside from this view of the
quesAtion, however, the state na nso
make a stronger bid for capital than
through the polcy of exe-pting
moneys and credits. That has beel
Washington's esperlease, and 4ha1
Louisiana adopt the pendIng amead
ment, that state wM osere1ealle t
wisdom of the new plicy.,-attlb
Post-Intempencer.


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DEIOCATIC TICMT
NATIONAL.
For Prdeidenial S*ecterlm
I- P. Bailey,
P. W. Butler.
Robt. E. Davis
(06 cC.Martia.
Samuel IL. Pasco.
For euegee-n
* 3J. Walter eboe,
D. H. Maya.
STATE NOMINEES.
Albert W. ~ilchrist.
e arof State-H. Clay Craw.
ford.
~ttne!Py General-Park X. Tram.
mOlL
Ceowtreeor-A.C. Cromn.
6at6 *.Tressure--W. V. Knott.
S -Itlt of Pubc InetrutleM
-Wk. H. Holloway.
o Agr Acultgre--u. u
Railroad CommrnienerRoyal C.
Dunn.
Justltees o the pre Court:
Wa. A. Hooker.
Thos. M. Shackleford.
COUNTY NOMINEES.
Representatives:
C. L. Wiggins.
J. P. Stokes.
Sheriff-J. C. Van Pelt.
Clerk f Court-Jsmes Macgibbon.
County Judge-Henry Betinger.
Tax Aesseser-W. W. Richards.
Tax Cellester-J. 8. Roberts.
County Treasurer-J. Ed. Williams.
School Superintendent-N. B. Cook.
County Surveyer-
Justice of the Pease, DiaL 2.-R. IL.
Nicholsen.
ContstaMe, Dist. 2.-C. P. Bobe.


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A WWft f.. WOtu0 pil SECRETARY WATERMAN ON
i l 'm*" l -t-- 4W- at f tart y-wed Wwhat indvidual In- i -- .,.! -. --. .. ...
M=o we a fn"r THtEPROPOSE BOND ISSUES
O Matrally very backward. As a re- '-O E
/j^~~a l- t- -t-- 4M of rodvatae or ",-
SmS wGith thase . set a=ouh Gives Some Reeon Why It our advices all Ifieated that the is.
eru e memb i* t*Mi s s immnd from parents su would not be voted. Different per-
4w. -- v ish b--o t t*her -- -dren aodt- Was Oppowd in City uas ad dMerent reasons for opos-
three1reevto c ar tt*d v that haendIssues ought torbe han-
e N1 .. .. ..... .. .harete t 'than the county eolimi aon.
.4r-'SW- en aS oA, venueTt oe. h bod eNoue apo .b tw
id of st mye popuity of the schools e ad a ss I nde outr.
Cy g. I i:As they orange back-T1E CAMEW 0 COUMMERCE tn Idatl "m u ndrs t an to
e ox th lo-lL T..-t h- Chambero.om.er.e.la .t nightheftd"R u ai_ __ f om e .onth .r
t tvhtet. m--otsomuceh oef -- Sre t wILL TAKhe BUT HE WOUL om Commissioners. Then again, very
I a Ps er Bap- _ to th -e= o. ofnding- .many believe that five per cent. bonds
Ihr tak ad P~fda vher aips of fl.dtn RECOMMEND THAT THE dBODY can not be floated unless they run
..... .SUPO WRT. TH PRP. ^. 'twenty years. These are the only
S-lrM L at 4:3 L._- -- U.g- SUPPORT THE .ROPO i i ON.* w0 objections that I know of, to any
f a. se-a.tla *,6_ rr.MEETIM. & great extent, that the city people have
be disoes- On Monday eveanin A large number When Secretary Waterman of the treebnd the Country.
0 21s10"t o the local IL T. L. gath- Chamber ot Commerce lat ailht left "But our advices from the country
nes 'as e e at _the Geooden Street M. E- the ofce of the county commissioner* were even more *Serious. From a num-
sseCh u-rch and eLdd a very important after that body had decided'not to ao ber of sources, we understood that
.m.1t' meeting TheanOmU election of oE- cept the suggestions of the Chambel the people In the Country would gew-
Srs etr m the wemssl ye"ar waa In or- of Commerce that the proposed bond rally vote against the issue-pot be-
be.Sat l ft der and the general Interest seems election be called off, be was asked if cause they do got want good roads.
h.a..to be very much Is favor of this be wished to make any statement r&- nor because they- are unwilling to
M ofAtlat a rol Si tog e o young people, guarding the attitude of the Chamber of bond the county for good roads, but
d n arn d.. to the B cm n B. .uc Sw ..t c -The Ch.amer of Commeree advised the intent of the county commission-
h w eaf lcted are as fol-" that the election be called OR because ers in the spending of the money. As
PSL PrswMent-MIss Nellie Toates.
ft no"Tme t Vlee-Preident-Mis LouiSe Te Da y ash Feature
Ne Orie" Wa Seen VieWPreadeat-Mi Car. cssor
a m t Gr N Cl W13 0964a6m M. EK church. -
ourth Vle-Pr6irdent-Miss RosS
Belle Tharpe, Pirt Christian church.

CAoerpondhsg Secretary-Mise Bes-

O-r5astat-MiSS Uda Mae Lan- *
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SMeeing are held every Monday I i,
teV" 'aefteraaon at" 4 o'Flbk at Gadsden M. .I.
L- -IL church and paMest are -invited to l lI I'
o .,f come and bring their children, we
a-SOON"pr omise to Go them no harm. but will

A Z]. oib* PERSONIAt. MENTION,
Ma o WO The Pastime Eue Club Is to meet
3 So." I with Mrs. to". P. Wrighton this eve-
-.sq^.aet e UIR -ns at Vd lbo, And there is o 0
i-erle Wb 4 e0. b4st that the-members will spend
atae *to them ral h smgissbn1 m leantly.
.. '-"".' The ladies of rthe Saced Heart I i- '
u(U l.Pariash, ae to meet at the rectory | cA -
"iUl aeOal the Thursday ate anooMat 4 o'lck. Ill ,J \1
two which Col. and Mrs M. Cary and two
mark"i- to o e children w aye been touring u- 1M lCria 7
aw-r i rt.i ro p"s faor the past six weeks, have re- t
in iau ' t tmId boase. Mi mSallie Wright,
S l t"e Schoo lwho waas oe of the party, stopped in
J r f m Now York athbee she will vislt Mrs.
W. IL. .K8 eyser for a sort tIme. 1 i g
t yM'ear Ie Mrs. Frank teObmIS and sister, Miss
..the Vere oe- Vela MWra. rViJMI. e witv.in a
Sbuq t l sSlle Out few days for Havana. where Mrs.
___moslft .-hope- R hards win joul husband., Lieut.
st pid sd In- R ards eR y there. She has bee3 f
Tre t" loauis visiting hero reate here for several
U E use o_6f wee"s.,
6 h GM O Globe
Mrs. Wilik HoUBeld and son Dud. v
Slaft an experbment In ley returned yesterday from Canton. -Ir l\ -_
*tidmidu tastrnction N. C.. where *r llolSeld has been
-. visiting her d4suwter. Mrs. J. W. -
Carter for the wst three or four-Sms...
Ct IOe Tita0 "Lucas weeks. Mr. and Ms. Carter are the
Onj t that he i parents of a Ine baby boay. 6
.rina,*-' f trMiss Sa a Den heleser wio has 11+
Sta aftef.miand been isafitm friends a&d relatives for
# d 011g3 several mo tt0l9 New York and Bir-
P^me bYm mlgham, 10 retwmed home after a
5... very p "eat trip. -D.ftCTOf1E QOWN.
oIn t i AW i ..,, N-^ wThe iroctoire gown. ad vem ,le Sheath gowin n molifted form 1l
KSS 5ri f6 In. P.. ,tiA* 8.,US ..t ON now being worn by wome of nervatlft taste In &ess, aad althaou
.A. .Wt rno ite a. IVnl"l a in ure some of the model abowur ae.Wtee txtrafet for American wearers, msa
..*m Ji .S eSvery _neer. L.arg- of the new deai-a are ratly dItrlag. A very goed example of a ID-
S tl... .a .e nest reslmtnts aad restore w t at. h odel bein of ptel a a
** f j for' llo wher the best i demanded. The skirt was lashed at thr a.t- and caughtt to kaea depth with em-
ile i o a + broidered satin buttees, the ete g beta- flled In .with a plated fan
yokhe a, ceral wh t of thee ame m. baa e gs were cut in me with draped
Jlr. Pn e l ns LATES A i T IFAD IN bodice, and buttons were uemd dow n tle shoulder aad @uter arm. The
.* li.rX I-jO r ^.1^ irN yoke was of cream white Chastlyr l oe. lk.Uy e..dro, d isa sold, sal
-- T was outlined by bands of mave el vet. This model would also be very
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a matter of fact, the plans of the
county commissioners cover 711-2
miles at new ooroads of whicI It
about 18 miles-up the bay shore to It hot ad all the
IFerry Pass and from the MUlview road "- _--
to Comyns point-might perhaps be a II o g re On
said to especially enetit this city -* U L U .
rectly. However, we understood that | 1 i.
the country voters understood-or. I I U Un .s-i I
asould say, misunderstood-that the Let VYOur bo o% tM
proposed bond issue was for the bene- -
It of Pensacola and not for the county Give them 4 a c k .of
at large, as many said, and would Orders Issued to OfficeM_ in Gvw eu d, a c~piae ow
therefore oppose it. *d--la ..- _
Believing that the bond issue Service by Depart- WWi.5 UQ a Cn ox
would fail at the election, and believ-
tlag that an election that voted down iv0y S tD and let them
a bond issue for loads would Te a .eunt -a
black eye to the whole' county, the .. ,
Chamber decided to suggest that it ...
would be the part of wisdom to call Rear Admlrals-J. A. A-odar cots Thus will yom achie-
off the election, have a campaign bt mission nuouceOd
education, and later go before the Captains-A. &. Culver o-W9qMion .. -
legislature with a joint proposition announced. W. G. Cutler, retired, to a double puroose-the
from the Chamber of Commerce in be duty as inspector Secoad Lbghthouse
half of the people of this eity, the district, Boston, Mass.; C. J. Busrt boys will have a swia,
county commissioners, and the Escam- tacked dut) as inspector Second light-
bia members of the legislature." house-districet and,ordered to duty as which is good; and a
Will Support Proposition. captain Portsmouth, N. H. yard.
Asked what course, if any, the Commander-A.- P. Nibla ok give bath, which is better.
Chamber of Commerce would now fol- addional duty In col mm of t he
low. the secretary replied: Olymphia and Chcago at Naval ,
That I can not say. but as secr- Academ; *J Strau ssCMMI Ivory op-It Floaft
tary will recommend that the chan- nouncead. M.. I
ber do what as a cltisen and tax payer. Lieutenant Comm an ders- eC.
Y intend to do-sMupport the proposed Luby detached the Maryland and
issue, on the ground that Its defeat ordered to the Bureau of t m-a-- --
would not only be regarded by the gineering .Bennettt yo, worre detached mber you
outside world a eUptioeast"i;, bul tic as executive and navigatitn om- sorrows no more.
wound also probably keep tn legisnla cer: C. A. Brand ordered to the Han- Matthee at 4:15; evening perform.
ture from doing anything toward good cock; P. Symington detached the dances, 6:15, 7:15, 8:15 and 9:15. A
road building in thi county. I say West Virginia. ordered home and wait life motion picture wfll be shown be-
that I Intend to support the proposed orders; H. J. Zeigemeler detached tween eac perVrmance.
bond tsmue. I mean. I %ill do so un- command of the Olympia and Chlca- Miss Jeanett n. who has a ane
less the Chamber of Commerce form- go, Naval Academy and ordered to baritone voice, will aing between
ally declares against it. In thai tae West Virginia as navigating o1- act 1 and 2.
.event, it would be improper, as I uj cer; F. P. Baldwin and J. V. Klemann
derstand my duty as the paid em- commission announced. FRIZE DANCE.
ployee of the chamber, to take any Lieutenants-J. J. HeNuni ac Uve paW k cotraryto the expressed ed the Albany an ordered to the Oct. 16. 1908. under the aapAls fe
wishes of the members. What their Wyoming; S B. Thomas detached New Naoml Rebekah Lodge, No. 10, L 0.
wishes are under the present status, York yard and ordered to the Mary- 0. P. Music by Barries orhebtra.
I am not In position to say. land: E. W. McIntyre ordered to the Admiam 26 con ts. 3I1st
Active; H. T. Baker detached the
Slightly Colder with Snow. North Carolina and ordered to te Sub ib for Th
When you see that kind of a weather Wyoming. Subo.ib- for The :.-4rnaL
forecast you Iknow that rheumatism Ensti,.-A. H. Rice detached the
weather is at and. Get ready forPnd gr a, H. n Rite detacd m th /
t now by getting a bottle ofBallard's leave; E. C. Oak ordered to the Hat: tate
Snow Linliment. Finest tan made S Doherty ordered to the ,aylow. --ab_- a a -_i CM8theWe
for rheumatism clblain, frost bite . .S ..... .
sore ad sti jints and muscles, all Midshipmen-C. M. Dolana detached I5Mbh by the -"n-f.Ab
aches and pains. 25c, 50c and $1.00 %he HazIoc and ordered to the 1.
& b ttle .. Paducah; G. 8. Brya ordered to Delia A. Hender to Levl .
Soldandt....... .... naval Academy for eTAmilnerlon for Brown-Lot IT Block 8c ST got Ki
D ouAembt W ,ruggi stetd potheasacry. promotion to ensign, then h ome and r --41 a ad other cons.
2 .SouthPalo treet Pesa.ol. wait orders; J. D. Smith ordered to 1vi B. Brown to Delia Header a
the Active. -East 36 ft of West 56 ft of Lot
For the grippe, wihi~s lSur ion- F: Freema. co mi- Block 91 East King Tract -81 sad
For the grippe, which is sion announced;J. A. Murphy -ordered other co--.
now so prevalent in the to the Franklin; J. J. Snyder de-
.... .ed the Franklin and ordered to
whole country, there is noth- Marine recruting station, Piade -
ing better than Rexall Grippe Ph.ia ,w G
... wPassed Assistat eBrgeena-W. G.
PillS.. Th e, With Reza. Farwell detached Marine recruiting B aSn
Cold Tablets, will quickly re- station. Philadelphia and ordered to
-- duty at Naval Hospital. Philadelphia:
lieve all bad symptoms and L. W. Bishop detached aval Hospitall
ffe a rcuf ew York and ordered to avy recruiting l -rM fl- !
efet "a cur. station. Omaha, Nebraska. l O |
Ro-t.h J ac Tobante +are nln o Asaletant Surgeons-H. fmitb il et .M m Ih
Roth & Jacobsan are now detached the Mssouri and ordered to are the most delicious am I
serv gaa I2c dinner, daily. the Villalobos; M. E. Higgins detach- wholes of
hae toed the Illinois and ordered to Naval
Try one. We won't have tO Hospital., Vanacao. P. L.; P. X. Koltes Cn. .IA =a ad H
ask you again. detached the .CoanectOat ad ordered
to the Wilmington; J. B. Pollard, A. i get oIe f any i ts
or ;.,_D. Fodge, G. Cottle, ad W. L,,
SMamp ppotedwd
[II lNl IION OF Misalsipp ordered bore to ettle They are wid i-ns
lllmllWl We account and wait orders; t H. Orr .
ordered to the MisSIlsIppi. e a
ODD FE I lO .nAssistant Paymaster-R.: U. Cro- package. ___a__ .way..s
1-II1 LLI n nn ll ran detached the Mona a: and o rUer- p u
ed to the Hist. and alwa the best
UUU ILLLU Boatswains-C. Schonborg detached
Sthe Wilmington, ordered .home and mm -44 --_ W WX __ N i
"- wait orders; J. Stokes detached t i e Water N. LOW. i
Those of West Florida Will Chicago and ordered to the Washintg- nfs ig"S
Warrant Machinists-J. L. Bsart, re- us c.aimse, chemkobsim
Assemble Here on No- tired, when dihearged from treat.
meant, ordered home; 8. 8. Neeley de- Msw
veMber 18. tacked tae St. Louis and ordered to
v--nber 18. the Pennsylvanlia: P. F. Ingram do.-*
---.------ tache dthe Peanseylvala and ordered
... .. ... to the Wyoming; G. M. Helaei re- %
The Odd Fellows of West Florida, tired. W i '1 r
numbering about 'twelve lodges, are "
to assemble in Pensacola on Novem- A_ -
ber 18 for a reunion, and it is ex- _ n
peeted that the evkt will bring many By Pensacola Co 1crt Band
Odd Pellowa here from this section of at Alrmory Hall Thur-day A J
the state.
District Deputy-Grand Master Chas. night. AdnumutuS 3 CentS. Ij f
Frledhsen is prebainf. for the re- Ladies free. bn--
union. By the date of the reunion I A
Grand Roepresentative Thrs. C. Watson Roth & Jacobsen are now T r
will have returned -from the sessions Oth jaOO e- a-B --W BS1 y M
of the o lereign. grand lodge, and serving a 25c dinner, daily.
will take a verbal report to the -- M t-" --
meeting of the progress of tbe order Iry One. C WOn t wShaYv to __ ___
and what was done at the meeting. aS you agoai.
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TURKIEYS AND EGGS a brisk rate. Come out to the Star A I a Wdr'r
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Gophers, Chickens and Eggs al- and celebrate. The tweet fare, .
ways on hand. Phone 343. 30 S. "A Box of Monkeys," is b blliaed ji
Baylen, corner Government J F. with wit and uproariously ftraiy alt.A
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--AM CNANY AMOUNT




IOOTON & WATSON.
'tS ,a nAS, -iS1ATr. RNTAIr AND NuANCe AQENT.
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WAINT*D.
~~wuat once, a 0econd-hnge
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~tr, iwJernl.or gom 1.l4s~tt
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To t anod 4w~ae n
ampechft tuatoerm
tod.Frisak Wj LAWWNm, MO

WASIT to 0make YOMr068"MotSud
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sI vagemalmlo. Deliver"' any ato
tiW. h~ne1158.newot
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them65 .~pOWESet


ROR SAT-K
M BB.=Be good Jersey Cow with
yum calf. Ap9y T. M Welles. 14ost

MM Ms at a bargain, a lot G6x126
tee. rith 4-rom house. located at 6*4
,C Mstnieat. Appl on premise.
13octlw*


FOR SALBE *AVING THE CITY-
PERMANUWWLY WILL SELL AT
LOW FPIUNe fON CASH, FIRST-
O1A d FURNITURE, ANTIQUE
vWAnMX0 OUGSHOLD GOODS,
*TOVE ETC. P. STONE, 34 E.
CIHAMI T. lloct-lw-pd
FOR aLSALE-O. me -uoses Typewriter.
rpaet.eaf.tnw. Address Box A. A..

O~B saMT aet comforts bed-.
s srup aad lasec curtains. Weekly
cyma.t Phone 971 and our
ei wYL* a:ome Furniture
O,, W. Gwhmaut.-t. L lOoctlm
PON MA sI -one or two 8-tft. box ball
s l and In excel-
_lent c 0y luse ninety days.
Term s Or 0 pa payments. Address
-L XLwmtwntr, lGen.Delivery. Pensa-
eola, a. 8ect2w*


FOREW Ml an Id nlae or
4M tnbnf&,. -therU Reald Etate and

LA*NCHl2 44-inchm beam, 7
H. P. -in. S6 about 10 miles p
hour. A A. A. Wrighton, 6 W. Ro-
a st ostee. septs
FORB TALEV- a. s2-9try house with alt
b mode n ervMaesa, ona East Hu, one
block ear ad on a corner fac-


A -rom bM- ad Sots ma aest an-
SC Sim cwO- r lt. lam pri.


n and a lot _on Nworthu
iatUwole v mi ner of Chase sam



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.and bath. ee block fromPan e
See peft. lie W. CwAle St. Is4Bpt. .-
R3a T-Poa enlshesor. a. ndaboeU
tas om a, south ers a" estArW ex-
I eI B s ia Aelm-


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SInTIot-- I wlR ac e us-itfor
e- treot. 110 W. Chase St. lbePldym
l &St or an-yoeesfe. orI06Aoedt.
psonre. ane and bath, to desirable








A OLON wil reairyar uOma brela.
Mak t food aa new. Charges maet-
a=w. X Tarrav uap between Gordon

OTICB-I will not be responsible for




sssssBS -I *ay i --SI-|**-1--


BARGAIN


$1500
ht-roo be NO. 1 ooth Florida
Baes treet. 44x1. rent 1
per month.

01.00-For four-room houe. an .w,
nicely finished, with grates and dMsaet.
trees and other fr
All cash 5 per cent. off. or on terms 816.00
down and $10.00 pe month. Fo whites
only.
This price is very cheap and these who
buy this property are sure to make
money.


L S. BROWN 6 C0.
Real state and Immurane Ae ts.





I Will Baud a buse

To suit you and se c
easy payment plan
lots on-corner of 18th
and r~j4d-n street. lI a
look at the lots and ring me
up Monday.
This is your chance.


J. W. Bullock, Jr.
Phome S Thep Did&

-. -- ------- ----

LIVE STOCK "
AND POULTRY


FOR SAIX-A few cbotel codweres a"d
pullet. Rhode Island Reds, White Leg-
horns, Light Brabmas andBla Iman
shans. One to flae dollars each. Can 6r
write Mrs. W. F. Reed. 423 N. nBreaomsL.

FOR SALE-Bayview Park Pwafty yarda,
Cor. 14th street and 23th avenue. hae'
Black Minocras. Barred Ply...auth.oc
pcokre bred esrels and eas for ale. W.
T.Tracy. octfltf
WANT D-The Brentweod Dairy wants
to buy some good healthy cows. Apply
at the dairy. *. ocelw*
TO CATTLE OWNB--I have a pure
bred Jerney bun ffor service. Rateb
in advance. Boer Owauey. corner 9th
avenue and X4th street city. J3
FOR SALr-Two gead malem. L L ; .
Brooks. oetl
WANTED-The public to Iknw at e
have secured the receipt for eMI anX-
lam the celebrated Nuna Chicken -FlI.
Well known g Vrodcer. Cheaper tha
corn. B. Market. PhoneI 14. I atl*


KILL the nee on your ftows or the o.
wall kml them, Conkey's Lice UlAw
Osmpmumd at F. 8. MleUsa & Coa'. .


Subscribe for The Journal.


THE A. B, C OF INVESTMENT
Is to buy whlee the property wmust inarm se in value.
ad "Buy Where t is Jor the Isteraest o the Seller to Have That Property
he first rule is so plain that no arument Is needed. The second of
these two rules-
Buy Where sit to -for the Intast of timh Seller to Hawv that Ppas ty
row, Is worth moet careful consideration.
The broad principle of Rusl Sage's advice. "Young Man. Buy Real
Etate," will soon rank with Hoaetc GreQley's aphorlsm-"Young Man. Go
West," and the advice is oo but does it not strike you. that if you are
going to buy, you might as -well- buy the best. that is buy lots with the
company that build and develops?
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensaoola .lots with any
other property la m or around Pensacola.
We guarata esrest car ces- ctisn. through to Magnolia luff within
nine months from date.
You can buy thOe-e ast Ponsateis building lots now for $60 and up,
ech according -to le*atkin. on thp Installment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and 5 per cent monthly, no Interest or taxes entil paid for, or for half cash
and mertoa or al cash with. liberal discount.
Only 2o lots will be sold at present prices. When this allotment is
sold, no further males will be made by us until after street car line is com-
Six years ago a few brave souls bought lots In New City for $50 each.
The stre l was extended and many of these lots have sold
for W00.00 A tn. East Penapcola will do as well. The biggest
boom that ever occurred in the history of the world. will within the next
few years tak place -in Real .state, and mark these words. East Pensacola
will be a record breaker.-
No lots sold to= un0arale parties. We shall have some Interesting
things to may from tlUemto time, but the most Interesting of all Is this-
Don't Walt. Get in before the 2W0 lots are sold.

The Pensacola Investment Co.,
1 North Palafox St.


WHY PAY RENT?
When you can buy at- ome o cheap
and on such easy terma?
$300 cash and $0 a nmmth will buy an
elegant home on Jackson street car Line.
6 rooms. reception baal, ta. ,gas. etc.
Price, '82100.
$100 cash and $20 a -oath will buy
6-room and hall house on ast Do
street. Cheap at $160.
$100 cash and $50 a moath will buy a
S-room house on North HIl. Price. 84,000.
$200 will buy one-of the Prettiest homes
In the city, on East HM, half-block of
car line, au modern, rooms.


Leslie L. Broks Co.
(IncovpVrahi.)
REAL ESTATE AU^ INSURANCE.
43 South Pala SIreeLt.


LOST.
LOST-Bunch of
depot and FPrt K
ward or retm to u s
ALOST-Lady's plain
to plain c
John's cemetery on -
Barcelona and rem
Grexory. Reward

TWO POINTED -
One white. wtt
and lean. had
Other solid red ,
of back. Just
return to W. W'-.
Co.* E stables. 1M

EDU-


FULL CONSE3r
mal method. 1
nla M tud h".
Certificate awa
S. Blobs HuL 3
MISS MARGA*1
her Kindergam
street on Mondal
729.
MR. WILLIAM
Organist of C
Piano. Theory.
dences; also org1
macole, la.


w fs t
Bank.
ACI. eelw*
-e.atachbedl
I. between St.
pat street to
wakto 12n Bast
MOW-to A. A
n hoctSm
La_. _._m 7


I Neor-


L chi Sng.



Mus. Bac..
at PupIs rea-
O. Address, Pen-
. -iheptlm*


SW-iz FLORIDA
WANT ADS.


APALACMCOLA.
UK. HOEL, t 4Apchicola. Oldest
estabnisaedt city; freo baths,
beat service. Rates 1 a2.0o. Spec-
Ial ates week. Prop. 151
THE JOURNAL'S Panana Canal Edi-
tiots at lo c a copy. Full of Illustrations
and local views Just the thfn to send to
out-of-town MWends. They are ready for
mauUiE-


At novelty
t eaoe nad a
Xa recelpt or
,a S.rP. O.

SOliwe st
-e, an old Je
I.aad tobacco


I03 3a R e Ta nr.i cottag
on Sa saem. Good outbuild-
ig_ m Sat me acse land. extadlnn
Barry w. sos rsr S. Palafox St.

V(aR UALEUeoemd-haa Eranich &
sh ; eoa and on asy term




EL Clutam at The Cluttr Masic e
. Iaug
NO& 4ALS-A lMe quantity ot old
no ae at five cents a bundle.
All elam ready for use. Just the
thing for wrappn e or packing purposes.
won *a4 0tre e 5ve OIL Just



HOTELS.
One~a ma sae seem at anl Time
jmes t at Saee enets pr bundle
.e Ime Madsad semavensent to

WINTER RESORT-The "Old MUI" Inn.
a bay sbure, 10 minutes ride from city
on electric car Itoe, will be open for the
winter Oct. A1 modern conveniences.
AdW Mos I jU1e Taylor. "Old Mill"
Inn. Ps"acof PFla. Phone SU. sept
==W-A U 1012em ad s myo rntwant

VYRMT u02L in West Florida. anm
Ssmtb Aibama *s Il carry a smaU ad
in iws emahm. The east is only MS0
Permt a lhnes loom


rsHI FOR THAT."

Watbis. rets.

OR SALE O ARAG-A good X-
rseas he withNaI modern, convelen-
close tn a bd ceose to three ear ines.
Dame. efo cit property. JohnN.


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 sorts of prices-locations anywhere-in the


JOURNAL WANT PAGES

The big majority of tenants and all the owners use these pages as a complete local

directory of daily uppoia oites If you want to moe-get away from something

you don't like-get into a brighter heriiAping-or where the sun shines-or if

you're sta&tug a businese-get posted.


Read these pages .every day.


WANTED--An experienced solicitor to
sell blankets, comforts, bedspreads.
rugs, and lace curtains, on weekly or
monthly installments. Solomon Furniture
Co.. W. Government St. lOoctlm
WANTED-Ljady and 'gentleman can-
vassers to handle useful household arti-
cle. Good money: sells at sight. Apply
310 E. Government St. 4oct
UNCLE SAM wants Mai Carriers and
Postofflce Clerks. Examu-ntions here
November 18. Examinations for Railway
Mail Clerk, Customs Clerks and Clerks at
Washington coming. $600 to $1I06 yearly.
Common education sufficient. Prepara-
tion free. Write. Franklin Institute,
Rochester, N. Y. Soctlm*
AGENTS WANTED ai every section to
write the best accident and health In-
surance in exitence. 82 week easy
made. Write A. M. Steen, Jr., Manager for
Florida Paa, Palatka, la. 2ect2w*
WANTED-Msddle-agi watnd woman to
do cooki and housework; position per-
manent to riht party. Most give best of
reference. P. 0. Box 347, Marianna. Pla.
i- --s . . m

FOR RENT.
FOR RENT---room eotte, as and
bath.1010 Bast Cervantes. l
water. Apply 100 East Cervantes, or
Phone 640. 15oetlw*
FOR RENT
Stores.
DeLuna Street .................... .200
309 E. Intendenela Street ......... $.00o
106 S. Tarragona Street ..........$10.00
120 S. Tarragona Street ..........$12.00
13 W. Romana Street .............SsW.35
Store near Palafax Street.
Boarding Housee--
National Hotel 18 rooms .........800.00
300 E. Wright Street ............. Ssg
DwelUns-- ..
1110 EI Jackson .................. aZ2.80
1800 N. Palafox Street ............ ;16.00
906 North Reus Street ...........-.12.56
724 W. G an t Street ...........00
207 N. Reus ret ................ X.1
1211 Cervantes Street ..........S12.50
Cor. 13th Avenue and 0lth street..0l.00
Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street..S2.00
308 E. Intendencla Street ..........8200
613 E. Guterzuwunt Street ........115.00
922 E. DeSoto teet ..............15.00
1013 E. Strong et .............315.00
Large 10-rom house at Flshervle.
with electric llhts. ;bath. hot and cold
water; can be Mted furnished or unfur'-
nished. 2 servant houses in yard; I blocks
from car line.
Offices-
Cor. Romans and Palatei Sa., two e-.
ces upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate

"THE Rt CoLuCTORS.**
Phsne W.
FOR RENT-Four anicely fhraimed rooms
on firit floor. Complete tAr housekeep-
Ing. Good location. plendid water.
Terms, $20 r ou th. Address P. 0.
Box 8U. DeFuak Spring.. Ita. -oetlw*
IF YOU HAVE anyt ow rent why not
advertise It In eolem-? vwry.-
one is sure to me it.
FOR RENT-
Two wareoumss with private sidetrack.

7p. So th Palaox. usiSl. poolt mrem,
store. Gadaden and Sth avenue, $10.
104-1U South Tarraga e .. 830.04.
Houses. -
119 S. Baylen, 825.00.
420 West Cervantes, 810.00.
Fisherville, modern. 17.5*.
ST7 Romana. ;25.O0.
22 East Wright $17J0.
SaF. Chae. OUND.
2200 N. Springht. 10.00. to buy blanket
16ta22 N. 7ton weekly or onty et
710 Wet 971 Main r .0 ale. w
13olomon Furniture 01 W. Intendenca. .0 0.
JOHNl N. DAY
6 ESt Gardef bt.


FOUND.
FOLU'D-The right place to buy blankets.
comforts, bedspreads, rugs and lace cur-
tains on weekly or monthly payments.
Call phone 971 and our salesman will cal.
Solomon Furniture Co., W. Intendencla St.
leoctim


MONEY TO LOAN.
,W hware 81t.Om.0 k6 ,awtesead. m
elas, s per cent morgags on ea
estate .n any amount fro $1S
You have worked for your mneyom, t
it work for The Fsher Real f
Agency. H Palafox Street. 10-3 .
r Are you getting per cent. net .
ur money? If not. you don't get aN
tat ke coinln to you." We nae'it
on art mnortgages cm im e cit -
erty- How much d It pay y -I


MONET LOANED om an m e s ei-t
m S erty e ona bort notie. Iy=
taa 3. ysbua lot sold one
I o s. L IL Co.. 2W. RMaIIn.,
t N1BT LOANED, on res eouta. ga
pOn l e m alarty hn hey tf Dee
W. Bellard. U% setho Patesf.
PbasU 114.


Lecal Adverdm.ment.



Stepenas ia required to appear to the bill
filed against her herein. This order to
be published once each wee kfor eight (8)
consecutive weeks nto The Peacola Jour-
nal, newspaper bllshd In maid cam-
br County. A. McMUian, Clerk ar-
Circuat Court. By C. G. Hartaeld, D. C.
Penasacola a., Sept. 14,
/ meptleoawgw
In Court of County Judg. State of Flor-
ida, Eacambta County. Btate o
Lucy Toaart, deceased.
By the Jude of maid Court. Whereas.
Joephine Touart has applied to this
Court for Letters of Anai<-*ra*tion onm
the estate of Lucy Tosart, deceased, late
of said Counaty of bacambla; These are
therefore, to eite and admntish all an
agtaular the kindred and crediteiw f- maid
deeaed to be be and appear before the
court M-or before the nths day of Oc-
tober, A. D. m1 and file objeotloam, If
any they Mhve, to tlhe granting of Letters
of Ad'imnlytration on maid ee'aaor ethet-
wlse the same wUnl be granted to aid
Joaephine Touart or to seam other at
person or peras. Witness my mwe
aa County Judgt of the caumaty atmmla.
1906. Heary eIca, County. Jaa 0




SeLcrim Turpente Stcs
h t h thetto.Acy Tba,,
I.fS m. ..y f R c u n i ; h s


threer ,tociean aualk. l


AN Wikc Test and umMaes,
WD m# bpo=a, We *owhow *



MARKETT xzsrOaT.


PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET.
The following report is furnished daily
for The Journal by Marks & Gayle, F. 0.
B. cotton mercants, Pensacola Fla.:
Good mddln .........................9....
Strict middling ................................ 8
Middling ............................. .... %
Strict low middling .................. %
NAVAL TORES.
Savannah. Ga.. Oct. 13.-The following
are the naval stores quotations:
W W ........ ...................... is
W G ................................ g OS
N ................................. 5 65
M .................................; 00
ICK ...........................4 55 to 4
I............................3 15 to 3 0
H ........................2...3 to 3,27'
L ...........................2 65 to 2 74
F :.......................2... 60 to 2 62%t
E ...........................2 55 to 1 67%
D .................................. 2
B .................................2 &
ritTurpentine, 36 eCnts.
Markets. Arm.


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- t -~ 1s


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

Call and see our list
of property.


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

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

J-n.W. BllockJr.
I PHONE so
RaoDs 3M04- ThiMeen .Building


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THE PENSACOLAJOUJNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 19068.


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Sunday evening and arrive at the
Slliabis Central fruit wharf at 5 a.
ff1l 1 BI m. Monday. Capt. Porter report,
saillft from Colon Oct. 6 and Port
Limon Oct. 7; had moderate weather
SI MOln l to Yucatan Channel. thence strong
northerly winds and head seas to the
Pases. The Heredia is a sister ship
UIBM [ *of the Cartago and Pariamina. now
Employed In the Co.ou anu Port
Limes trade out T? "hnis pot. and
Capt. Porter, commander of the
Heredia, 4s well and very favorably
known here, as he was formerly
master of the United Fruit Com-
pany's steamship Limon, engaged In
S this trade.
ng Tfran ct ono and LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
ease et Interesta
Ma K of ta A Romudalen, Br as. Witten. 1632,
TyM fa P Vera Cruz to the Keyser-Muldon Co.
Stagpool, Br as, Campbell, 2992,
-"--- Port Inglis to J, A. Merritt & Co.
vhim arM balak i.ordlyaet was Sandhurst,. Br s, Redding, 2768,
:M I ten 0 stream to Palafox Dakar to Gulf Transit Co.
g -a. if yptray evealag to Bolton Ball, Br ss, 2675, Galveston
.ai t to J. A. Merritt & Co.
ri B.Earlawood. Br. as, Hamberger.
r u uta alsehip Domgat* 1564 Las Palmas to the Keyser-Muldon
wt,3 be uedrtb usrulu- to MT.' Co.
"own* aht wito m oK -Ous0. Saltmarsh. Br. -, -Rogers,
S.S 2 b3W Liverpool to Guir Transit Co.
<^"*' ** Whlte Jacket, Br s, Fatley, 1406,
= [_ i *.ear t dredge -boat Ca- 8L Vincent to J. A. Merritt Co.
.w t e VMvy yard yesterday Domgate, Br as, Rippon, 1986, Car-
Awt-drgo an serhai- diff to Fr. Julius SchrAyer.
W be made on her Saudown, Br sa, Paterson, 2773,
but the work will not ne- Tampico to Gulf Trasit o.
1 1t dockedl Anna, Aust as. Rodvich, 1304, Gal-
veston to Gulf Transit Co.
_T A 4*C& a schooner Donna Brit ss Victoria, Stephens. 2094, Ha-
h in Wn port yesterday vana to Hyer Bros.
4c4*0w s .' ".l aoip .
-f. abella Nor ship, Backer, 1632,
S ed y Aberdeen to order.
T 1 oaen arrived yes- barke.
twmxr j1p f tfn, which Nordlyset, Nor bk, Christensen,
WBIrS VWo at Je9r5a0 street 1464, Bussoe Ayre to master.
f 8aa Aate*io. Span. bk, -Roura, 1242,
*. *. Havaas to master.
.wa n Bow t Brit Bella. Ger. bk.. Ballen. 851. Lis-
s ol. but *ho has boa to Rix M. Robinson.
o ISn e Saluto, Npr bk, Hansen. 733, .'uerto
oter m old trs at this Cabelle, to RIx M. Robinson.
port, Brip a sVMt thirty years Neptua-, Port bk. Arroja, 509 to Rix
Cat. (J Shas made several M. Robason.
trti WIT 4 :61 sam1 in talking to Hiawatha, Nor bk. Johnson, 140t,
f gl-- .e made laquiry Liverpool to master.
cON eaf the whereabouts of some Boroundale, Rus h;:. Ericksen,
S1ve4gereu, engaged in 1191. Pt. toflata to master.
i re' t a tthis ort during Nor bk Western Monarch, Thorb-
Mag. men from Quebec. Jalsean. 1239. Buenos Ayres, to J. A.
now--"* OWN$e og-et-wben in-
eIIItj,* A& *of temwr we dead A SHAKING UP
,CM S a StelRdi to their homes. may all be very well so far as the
Re *"ete sise Interesting events trusts are concerned, but aot when it
that Led a' this city daraing his comes to chills and fever and malaria.
emrly 9" referred to the Quit the quinine and take a real cure
Srt thirt Ballard's Herblne. Contains no
Yews0k eee harmful drugs and is as certain as
*e^ g si taxes. If It doesn't cure, you get your
Sight guitea per cent has been money back. 25e, 50c and $1.00 a bot-
Amom, ,- 2S2k togolss.d and recommended. by W. A.
e o 2, toss. att Ste-D'Alemtberte. druggilst and apothecary.
t s jL, br emesars. a 121 South Paafox street, Pensacola.
D &M OCo., asl owned ti Liverpool
ty Lwita, Here & Co.,
wV F Portt Talbt. May Goes like confetti, Hore-
9Sf W d sPer ceat has been hound Candy "five a bag," at
paW eone t* four4sted 'bark The Crystal Pharmacy.
H Hill, Of t toes. it at Port
aqw, n lese, by _as. LAUNCH PARTY MADE
3~~-.d ,- GOQD CATCH OF FISH
STthe laumu age, Capt. Lyman
F-dahdson, carryfnga party of five,
w ymU Veredia, 4H43 brought In a catclb of about O 00 red
t t et, Capt. L. H. snappers yesterday morning, which
r m C oa. Panama. iya Port were sold at to a local fash house.
SCata Rica, .-with 50,000 The snappers were caught about
i -babilks&al tarty-two miles southeast of the bar and the
0d to the United -ime consumed in catching them did
9*1ente1 d the Jetties not exceeed three hours.

Every womancovets ashe-
iy figur, and many Of them
cidepp ethe k of-their girl-
isi lms after marriae.
The bfrig of children is
d~on fiI6a~r *2j '^ ^- 16


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S60OOD-BYE COCKROACHES

L i With Stearns' Electric Paste.
Since housewives found how easy it was
to ure Stearns" Electric Paste, there has
been a big death rate In the cockroach
family. Use the Paste at night and you
#' can sweep up a painful of dead cock-
roaches in the morning. It is sold un-
der a guarantee of satisfaction or money
refunded.
Stearns' Electric Paste is also guaran-
teed to kill off rats and mice.
Sold by druggists or general stores
e-verywhere or sent prepaid on receipt of
price. 2-os. box 25e. 14-os. box $1.00.
Stearns' Electric Paste company, Buffalo,
N. Y.


DIRECTORY

PROFESSIONAL.
T. G. YATES, M.D.
Optican. -


PENSACOLA
Phone 148.


Inverted


Gas Lamps.


Will light your home, your oce or
your store better and =mwre er c-w 'ly
than any other known lghttg agae.
If better light counts wtth you. = i1
economy counts with you. or both. then
we shall be pleased to eeinrtee you wit
actual results. Will be glad to talk to
you about it.


2


GAS COMPANY
4 and 27 E. Garden Street


--


manager' producUtios. -. -a, h h ut now I can enjoy a hearty Pielsgt car will make but one trip, W- -I
For several years that well known meal at noon time." '"There's a Rea- learvl- Penmaci at 9: 0 a. m.
favorite comedian, Barney Om1oj., son.." WSTr -L 'dHE at SOU'U.KIrN B IS CUO
starred the country ta a play whiek- Name- given by Post*a Co.. Battle 1Paosr isg to so to West Hill r
appealed to the general demand and Cre ek,Mich. Bead, "The Road to tame Merth l e a trnsue er to UILDUOv ANg o L
finally gave way to the ad~vi~s at W- wellije," inpkga Se-eSAt M -stt a I ~a sad DesaiDger em.4
paying friends (?) to "cha-e Ever read the above ltr? A nw MandSudaysater 2 whene a p5
"Kidnapped in N~ew York' 11-o et apzaars from ~a to time. They _I- ,tthr P
new play." No sooner had Mr. t ewM A- blMa ge nP asr-nI CWeO RgPANY.
mord ccmulied with their wishes them lsm .. ALMAALW&Raim Mar.^ Subscribe for 1hw JisaUL


IELATIOI


tablish banking rel
le bank that will e
possible to its depos
ces.


$300,000.
profits, $140,000.




)eal Ba

)la. Florida.
r of the United Sta
wo, Jr., Vie*TPeee-PnMt an
W N. PeL ,boum AGIM C
w. H. KnAsMe, W. K. .Hy
a Nfyo.


1908



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nations
extend
uitors,













tes

'r, Jr. and


410 Blouit Building. l1o0
TweanIy *s BxArnceKas an SI"

DR. J. B. TIT.T .R, BANKING I
DENTIST.
810 S lent ouNdleg oP hem
SECRET To those desiring to em
SECRETSOCIETIES. with a safe, strong, reliab
I ROYAL ARC MASONS.
oreba Chapter. No. 6.iR. A.
M .. Friday. O-tober 16th. at we her ly offer ourA e R
7:30 o' lock. Work in the M. .
Ir. and R. A. degree. Visit- Capital, e . 0
ir.g -ompantes fraternally
Fw. nh nt.H... GIBBS, Shareholders T.ability,
Secretary.a
F. & A. M. Surplus and undivided
Regular communication of Pen-
sacola Lodge. No. 42. '. & A.
M.. Thursday. October 15th. at
7:30 o'clock. Visiting brethren
fraternally invited.
T. H. FLEETWOOD.
C. E. SHACKL FORD. M. MA.
Secretary.
VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Associa- of PAInscoC
tions meets at Knights of Columbus
Hall the first Friday in eachmouth. Designated D.epository
J .N. ANDREWS, w. H. K owl Prslfm. W.
MISS CORNELIA PAYTON, WITH THE PAYTON SISTERS COMPANY. ABE DANIELS. tary President. WT ". K et C Wler." K.
SSecretary. G.t sW. A. eamt,
S""DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH. ..C. lAt
Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of
Rebekah meets every Monday night at
3 o'clock at i. 0. 0. F. ha ll. siting
siters cordially invited to be present.
REBECCA JOHNSON, N. G.
POLLY DARLINGTON,
Secretary.


U. S. Mail Launch WE MAKE
RUTH POsNIBLE
Pensacola, Mary Esthef -and Boggy Mail
Line.
James Jerauid. Capt. for everyone to have a
Leaves landing Monday. Wednesday and
Friday at 7 34 a.inm mkIng regular stops effort. "How we doth
at Harris. Mary Esther. Camp Walton, in our ariitgs Depart.
atd tlDstin and Bogn# r I i ou Deart
Retulpg. leaves Bggy Tuesdmay, week orwmb that 'yde
Thursday and Saturday at : a. in., ar-
rt rlng Pensacola 1:30o n. y u kow It you will a
Pai ngr and tteight service.
or rates l toD. M. Witheril e a 4 er cent I te
-Consltity r and Manager. Landing 713 W O4 pecenIti e
South PalWeX. Phone 6V.

CREW NOTICE. AMERICAN NA
aTe brother the Captain, Own rs
nor conswees of the steam- PENSACOLA
ship Romsdalen will be re- S p
possible for debts contracted Vl
by the crew of said vessel.
ED. WITTE..
KEYSER-MULIDON CO., Captain.
Consignee. *
CREW NOTICE.
Neither the Captain. Owners
st0oq28tt_ DoltonihaL will be
.responsible for debts contract- Ps col
ed by thw rew of said vessel.
j A. MERR & co- captain.
Consignee.
T. A. JENNIN"M
N ether the (aqan, Owners,
Snor ConsiMPe- of the, steam-
ship d will be re-
Masiblei debts contracted
by th= C*WP said vessel.
IL BUMBEZER, F 3ra a L Reich,
KE-UHMULDOZIq & 'CO., Captain. Ouive J'omg .?* The%. It
-Consignee. Gee. L. Lapphgon. W. L. MS
Me" 4 0OS4iTSH6EDWICK CREW NOTICE Lop Mayr, J. R. Sheme
Appear atMthe Opa This WeekNeither the Captain. Owners. T. A. Jeealaeg Carl H. Jam
nmar enof the -Nor-
wehtan bte .NIrdlyset. will be
The- Payton 8isem. 'the payIng pubfl~c-erid"alouJfor 41a espolnslsiblo for debts contract-
The- Payton Sisters. tbe paylag pubteeril aloud for sed by the crew of saldv WE DO A GENE AL B
Lovers of good strong comedy return visit of thl old favorite play." G. M. CHRISTENSEN.
dramas have a treat in store for thO. Mr. Gilmore and his managers, 10 ORDCER, oge Captain. BUSI
Fridy ni ht, Oct. 1tth at tk, .Messrs. Havlin and- Nicolal, being conisige.
ay i opera' "wise in their geaeration", have re-
house, when the Payton Siters Stock -sponded to the' dll eof the paying
Company offers a complete ween-e public and will an Thursday night. PM ACOLA EL.ECTRIC
production of the justly famous ro- reproduce "Kidnapped in New York," COMPANY.
mance, -The Princess of Patthe. cewith an all round exagl lent cast, new -
scenery, new CO e e buiesdes-lt Schedule.
Miss Lucy Payton, the clever little nd penalties. making the premier. W DAILYDLUE. TmLwH uiE IlZLNSN
leading lady of the company, will be on the above Gate at the Pensacola ._efve Thursday. Ocls a 1, 10- PE S
Leav ensaeols. a Loo. Leve PL. Bprrancas. IrSA
seen in the title role and Misses Vina opera house. 5:32 a. m .................... .6:00 a. m.
and Cornelia Payton will have good 7-- 6:0 ...'" .......... m. A ee B me m
parts in the play. waN- 9T O..w s L ................... 045am. -
The soenes are laid on W agreatt 8 T l.. ................... 10:15 a. MI .r pdt Slt
T-o Trutw hAbout ,F eed. 1* MI ... ..... 11:00 a.m .
Louisiana plantation and on a boat 11:0 4A. in................ -4 a. m.
near -the mouth of the Mstsastppi It doesn't maetr sOa much what you 11:45 a. m ......................12:30 p. m.
river. The play is full of thrilliing ear about a thing is what yes- L 2:00 P. m .. REES,. I. M. CART
fIrom start to 'gaf-.h. There are ,- e- 41 -.i ........ ..t. ly:p. m -- .
nu...mr ro str.n-g parts in th ta About a yeab ago.h writesnas-. 5:0 p. i. :at. oly. 5:45 p. m. 6:00 p. mn tra negrosad therplay "A a bered by inestion. 6. :** p. m.1 -tn n--. 5:45 p. mn. p. 7:00 h PeleOS N
haracter om lees. eeciay during the fa on. I ti 71 p.m .00 830 p ..
Mr Val Barros. whose home is in several remedies without any perma- 1:0 p. m. 8:0) p. m. 3:45 p. in. 9:30 p. m.
New. Orvlean. esays the part of a neat improvement. 1e:0 p. m. -:45 p. m. 9:20 p. m.10:30 p. m. Pens
young Octaroon slahe and corvoct, "My breakfast sally consisteof 11:00p m.:0p.m. 10:10p. m.11:30 p. ,
anh d tiont of the character oatmeal, steak or chops, bread, cof- 110 p. m. 11.0p. CAPITAL,-r- M I. SUR.PLUS A.
an is ne fee ,and some fruit.. The 7:15 a. m. train from Pensaeola will' DIR..
The play will receive a careful aal "Hearing so much about Grape- p. n. train from Barran te will maTe all J. J. HOOTON. ,. CART 1
thorough production and the- reputS- Nuts. I concluded to give it a trial stops, except on Saturdays, when a local
tion ou this company aa per- and find out if all I had heard of it he w sav-l Bayou lt.:Zoal mw W. A. D'ALm S. a
finance firstlass in every partcu- was true. dsontu, except on Satursy afte- I A General Sanksing mBrns. Tramets i
.. o I began with Grape-Nuts and noons, a.et g.e
T-audeville is introduced between cream. 2 soft boiled eggs, toast, a local f-eght leaves Pensacola at
acts by little Gloria. Gwyape and eup of Plotom and some rait. Be- I0-1-i a. m.
Gasette and Jeanette Corewl Ladies oet end or the fiusr week !. wae. sm.P. ,n KNnOWL. BRO -
felt much relieved. 1:15 p. m. -
day night -"By the end of the second week all SUNDAY CIHEDULE. IRE, LIFE. AClWN. MARIW 3.
"Kidnapped in dew Yorki" traces of Indigestion had disappeared First car leaves Peesaeola at 7:06 a. m.; he men u
The great public who seek ammue and I was in first rate health once seer t weeka. dan anaedule fri that
ment and pay for what thei W8y L jg ..or "Before :bi'inuiug this course bseava, s 1 pt a car will leave Fort LIFE AS RANTr O W
the ruling power that directs the of diet; I never had say appetite for mBarrances at 5:0@ P. m. instead of 5:10 p. m.m a .ep rl,


L "Bank Account" with very slight
breed a habit"-in saving a dollar
lent and add small amounts each
are not forced to spend and before
ad yourself on the road to wealth.
rest, compounded quarterly.

TIONAL BANK
, -FLORIDA.
APARTMENT .




ik & Trust Co.
t00 000.00
CARL H. JERNAGAM
VI- PreseMat aed CawaE


A.2IKING AND TRUST






NATIONAL BANK
ACOLA


I* I. & hell, Caw ee,.

J. W. DORR. W. I. "QOUA.


national Bank of

acola
ND UNDIVIDED DPoPFITS M,.
TOP:
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and Aemsentse .Seets"N Op DlgvS

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Trm FrRNSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1908.


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ilk E Ut JONES
t 9;

A elt Places Him Age4d 'y Died Last Night
H ad f SBnitary at the Home of
Tp sHer Son.

,A meethig of the CitY beard O Mrs. Mary EUla Jones, wife of H.,
a omdagy alht Iaptor W. Joneas. dsc tat eight at 8 o'clock
WB"nixft~as uBd s at the homaka her son. No. 802 East
ggpctdes. He wUl uam chare Belmaont, after a illness extending
over a perleof eight or ten months.
repor^- r to ^2 15 gdsceaet ebad reached the age or
IS itY bsut a er.* s62 year&. a" was a sister of Tim
ba"e r"Purps Pts Whitmire, et jerry Pass. at which
r ik otI a' th e W Place she formerly resided. She Is
&vWlg aiMmenat MMt ah- survilved by a husband two daughter&
t & I&4 S re s and fie sons.
(^laamL_*'m h h The funeral eortege will leave the
W6l ws fatmfy "emosee this morning at 10
K Sr c t4 fo*he o'lctk for Whitaire's cemetery.
eSr. -where the ainterment wmi be made.
Sahthe e EA SA NUWT
#e ds-u1d: Poft- M spread besfte you would do you no.
so5 a Hii ham 40 o it youytMa't eat. What good
"B s W PNakW, mattOn 994 "as too* .Id when as soon as
2 pmes, iakt esters UIt eaten by
^* BjaA wormsat'ce eason your baby
40" allethin.
esae Hepr 1 h1 6a W. it WAit5's Cream Vermitfuge. It
g Malmso to -e In will exPl the worms and act as a
teeM for the cl d 25d. 50e and $1.00
a battle
fe?^Etfi^^ Ono"^^ ft^ the m*-r ot- e I
to fenws by Health sM -4 rSop-a180 de- by W. A.
beasnet Seer. 5 I3; InA l ai d apothecary,
40n -eat street, Pemaca.

S A .full line of cures for
nh LJ cpugPU wil be found at The
I^Eg 5 e! orysace. phainmacy. Theme

iqdg (Octber 15, Reaal Chtrry Juice Cough
KPS'S ~~~~.,,..w. '".* "* .-, -rk-
g|I|3ap.md Syrup of Mfite
'4 Syrup of White Pine with
a* eas'ars seivAM. Tar.
7 *e~ '.A fratmcls dinner at Roth
k JacobMen's for 25c. Mer-
.k FWnI.. -7'
tsy by eating at the Deli-

,44&* concert caa
adadip Pt an

By PThanId'"
SaAT DAY ?^ BAu8i 36 tnta
OCt. It sad 17.


MA77NgEW SATURDAY


PBYDI
Friday M6P"Tm me~s 4*Of


Us~ms-m"ims ay Us.
wif


HEUMT1tATRE.
ALL THIG VAK..


se oel Sy Doeaom PMn4
w e.1-to-aln.
V=es"eItn.1 centsadifto
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PHOTOGRAPH&.
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GhOURAGING


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a "wearable" collar
end the day you
ne for The Empire.
haven't broken a
ar since be,,,..u.:x


The Empire Laundry,
ia lj "


Mlo 38


mm


Dr. Malory ie-inedy.
has returned to a e city aad resumed
his euslar g es. Ofe in B B tomot
B"ilUlag. Hoeara 9: to 12, and 3 to
S. P thone .


Cut Loose From the Credit Habit
And buy your sults, ats and aboes for spot cash and get the bene-
fit of thousand praces. Better goods for the same money, same
goods for less money is a feature worth eoi Merlgt by men who
care for the dollars they earn and spend. REGAL 3.50., $4. and $5
shoes, and Kappea elmnt $17.50, $20.00 and $256. suits will help
you to save money by reason of both better quality and cash
prices.


H. 0. ANSON
CASW CLOTHIER
Pansaolat. PFlopla.


CeriM wP*lafox
&ad Get.
streets
Pbone 473


we
Cana


ree


A Book of Better Days for


the Man at the Desk


q Here is a book-interesting as a novel, instructive as a text book-u
telling some of the simple error-proof, timenwork-and-worry-saving
methods used by many of the 70,000 little as well as large--but always
Succeau ful-Burroughs users in this country-and it is free to you.

q Every word4-tre means a dolla-and-cent saving to the employer who pays money to have
the figures of his business handle by employes.
q It is a book of inside informatiort-information about the accounting short cuts, "stunts"
of successful bookepers c auditors, sales mnaLgers, treasurers and shippers-in
fact, nearly 50 different sugg"q.s illustrated by forms, tabulations and drawings.


q Each suggestion has come to us from actual practice, through the
Clearing House of Business SsRims which this Company maintains at
an xp';nse of nearly $100,000 a, year, just to give business men an
uppurtuuity to realize what the adding and listing machine can do
tor a business system.


4 Of course, it is a advertisemet.
6 It is M a atalog.
It is the remIt o achelely research and bmai
1 But it is a dilest h..a-the-usual adverte
meat-it gives you something for nbthin bcaue
you can save time b r using the idem a isbut the
Burrougbts but yow can save two to five times a
much time, and all the work and worry, by using
a B.,auehs'.
4 If you anmer used a S 4 u'U think this
an e0w .
If you have used one you know this is a con-
servative s-e -s laMstatc the value of the
machine.
Every Bo.kkoeper-Yours, too--
Needs this Book
9 There is not a boowkpr in this country that
could not use these ideas to the betterment of his
work-not one that could not do his work more
quickly, more easily, more accuately, wS a result of
.applying some of ,tbgi.get tio *
1 Tbo'isndn of trroughs booklreps know
this-admit it glad* and are getting better pay
because they have gained time and opportunity in
which to do more -4 better work-for every word
on every page shows an =qportunity to do more and
better werk ad +th? *always m=Nm botte p"y.


Burroughs


* Thenew geeratiom of bookkeepers are learning
the things described n this book.
6 It is ashih.c..at fact that over 2oo of the leading
business schools, colleges and unit."sitics have pur-
chased Bu].w.tkm in the past couple of years; that
they ae teaching their students how to apply the
machine to accounting methods, shortening the
work, ilkeA'.ing the accuracy. These schools
feeled the demand for clerks who know how to get
more and better work done in a given length of time.
6 They are ameeaig it.
9 Aueyou?
9 At first som bookkeeper prided themselves on
the fact that "they could get along without a
Bunrreugs"--- course they could-just as all of
us cm .get along without the typewriter, telephone,
steam cars, docks and watches;, telegraph-any of
the hundreds f. time, work and worry savers of
the 0th ceiat but we are not foolish enough
to try.

The Book is Free
It is free-for your name on (-',r i'rVioad-
or on the coupon-s-ent to our factLor: a. Detroit
or to Gilber: & Walker. ou t ;, :.'. r- for
Georgia. and Florida at !6. 2 '- ,Ir,<..: Al.:lmIa.
Ga. Messrs. Gilbert & W\\ :ilr have>:- copl
of the book lor ditribution. li, x .i'H ..0ruJ 0'.:
*-'-,ueet to tne farlory. from wiwre a t:>y will be
p).-omptly for warde. .


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.Factory and Main Offices, Detroit, Michigan, U. S. A.
Bli mahes in One Hundred Cities of the World


A Copy Free For This
Burroughs Addi Machie Company, Detroit, Michigm, U. S. A.
Please nd ae a *-,-pl,~m-tay copy of your book, "A Better Days Work"
which I promie to read, and to let yoe.-know if I can apply any of the suggestions
in my buines.
My Nme
My Positiaw
My Firm Name
My Steset and City
My Star ,


S--ensaco'a (Fta.) Journal.


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The new book surpasses the old.

HARRY T. HOWLAND.



New Fall Arrivals
Knox and John D. Stetson Hat.
A hgh-gIrade line Of Men's,
You th and Chlhdren's Clothlig, and
a fulW:stook of, Goat's fwVIuWhH*-

JOE COLEMAN
Phone 7W. 2e s. PAWAOX
Opposite First National *-ak


Eletrial fixtures, desk llIhts,
oemph*m* braoket eft.
NO CONTRACT TOO LARE.
NO CONTRACT TOO,. ALL.
E. W. PEAKw,
Pmuss on' ad M .


Or tarpaulins without
treating them with

S. P. F. Carbolmeum,

It doubles the life o
the fabric. We have a"
complete line of the light
and heavy-weight can-
vas.


McKenzie Oerting
&
Com pany
M-40. PaftSt.. Pesinin'


Mobile & Gulf Steamphip
In connection with te A .
freight and paangoW 5wvIC640
MobWs, Po ewo* PansWOC *a Jp *A-
qrews, Mlvnw0 ,ea a. all n-- weI'P
drws mSy. n atl COII"meSIS J
S t. A. ,. Ry. train. Panama
dpys a Tehurtey. s s
For adWltiaOa infer i
-nd pas mnger rates, apply to
a. C0.CO Oema *Wr.
G. H. PUpvs. V.-P.
Atlanta. Ga.
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Why Pay nmuua?
A SPEM AIT=CTI O, WEM ESMT, CTER 14.
A BOX OF MONKE YS
A remeantle fures tWrteml wWt bright deleae opwarleay funny
preoc alby woca unen er O* dres, aW lMffie Olga Whlte.
et o Ove -.. f .. f.... n.. ton the afterbsen at 4:15, and four
at .lgh*, blonolng at % 7z%. :R nd an 6:11 Admlalnl, 15 cents.. Chit
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