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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 15, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01214
Source Institution: University of Florida
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ftromite" a thu Oirbs at eNaterY that the situa-
--.TIs not 'Wb 4St ter *ases alarm.
lam-nIs dct wetre*-ive t--famlg deeds 4 ***tterine
ey a t aere win btoe S letha u te J s.
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'"OSena tr Jea!satwon Retes
f_=bam,,_calle__a ta i / L UI mraUeH1U *
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* -, tWN W opat Was Apthy i h
ie wihde mocrlr sa'wa. |sr ws ..lwlyeir *
laloabtwt ealow Aand t e hn


t r -her mmha t Seator Joate : ".Refutes


- .at of at. Now Yo&rs-k' s& -4.atNd 'States
Senator Joseph P. J0n00001 -of Ala-
Se CPe 1 Oulbama, called at dmeeraitc beastuar.
K lUf1kuNbD M trsyesterwtayoI -e u, his stay
S rm" the a ixe crs are d tak.roeveut apathy in the
S h democra tic caOleaM Is abi lately n-
4the',raqaldon, Senator JoenSton Saim: 'Apathy
an fbaft"ier does not exist ltfde t. New York.
I 5saU 9MWe Csel, My Observation W- the sentiment
0 P1t hb" heM the where I have been is tat te demo-
1-rW-r Of the Siste crats are amgressve &ad inite4, while
- a" B at the republanse are naeIe aad apw-
l- be m er deva ts thetic. It there ts aay evidence in
* t-a *, *** doraer the aet ons otf hea belgs- then we
have the elected won."


s tUe ad his state.
inthe 1904 c-palgn,
and made a strong plea for
the Bryan-Kern ticket.
The keynote of his talk was
a demand for a corrupt prac-
tlee act upon the federal stat-
ute books. He read the Harri-
man-Roosevelt correspondence
dhIu-lenoun-ced the corrupting
influences of the campaign con-
tribution, asserting that no re-
lief can be expected from the
republican party.
"When we have disclosed the
cancerous growth like this in
our political life," he said,
there Is but one thing to do-
cut it out to the very roots. If
we do our duty. and God grants
,'at we nhall. a Democratic
congress, influenced by Bryan.
will pass a statute that will
wipe this stain from our politi-
cal life."


m6 Thunrday; lght east winds.


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OCTOBER 15, 1908.


9 -TAINS

iA WIONSHIP


PRICE, 5 CENTS.


CITY RECEIVES OVER $3,000

AS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS


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NHICA

iW WITHP^ROOF5 THIW


JUDGE fVES STILL Ath St
U ,Lc & j- ;-__-_. ftered to the l

^ MT HIS ARGUMENT Tiger


S.Rkrr Supreme Court Hears At- Y1WrIRDA
Storey For Kehoe onCONCLU

Qut\Wonms mt Chicago's o '

'"- "Concl sion Will Be Reached Oaly Tihs4t
t 'w .w. FA i flx II & " 'e A __ ers AOnlyT lhiwt -
To-Day, But It Is Not An- A. c
Ph C FAtt pd ,nce S ed
ife Whe tWI H icipattA That the Cou Off aS
Lm a ::Will Announce An Inne- ti Ors of
ly T av date Decision of the Im- theSeries o Ye
.. portant Case. .
Ben.....ui^-- Detroit, Mich., oct.-i4. Th
"I Twidee ,.,c ,iThe InftaL gloom in Detroit togBi T1
k. a* S O Tallahassee. Oct. l4-ArguMents stripes which alter-$e 'Mth
in the contest case of Kehoe and Mays in the scheme of h
as to whb is to-be the nominee oe the eme o
MO m u tr of Presi- Democratic party for congress from crepe tug out for t --
16. tf^. 116_ "ON ,[ --' ". r f -the> Third Florida district was coUtli, that are gone. The -.. "
= ent M .O O WA- ned through the day before the u ha no smile on
-m's 4 ; ;'t-" ,mu pien*e court. By defeating I" a
nus A.....C ik,.-y'. al4 -SC'.. Judge Reeves, representing Kehoe. the Caicago tear- -. .
-M- S-n-e-- U--SI A--on-.jkOj esmined4 most of the day with his league retained its
Ir ,'bS*rl M .---- address, and has not yet finished ao pion Ba.eballU J
-4L, g -74l.n1uS the court wil near the emousaM to- Detroit snatched
^-_- --> ^ -' -'.- morrow. It is not antlelpsteu 4tmt the Ave games playedl .
o. Ot e *I@ m O decision of the court will be an -isecod time pitched
1?"*^ ^ i ',inou*neued dmndlatly upon the close Only three hits wfBff
ST f the oral presentation. livery, and e _u
SaS ^ ^ 5In fact it was suggested by-specta been easy, had _noA-.. *
here. Us"a-'e bft nt.thT ea t tors today that the court might evade, awkward bound. Be,
g* V Wedk. As k-O rSt atlre a decision at this time for the reason on bals, but his iMKS
%&Tow bees as o t gsMe oa the that the scopp of the case Involves the tea.
WL 4 I n c*gff" iwtW'y bat me now. legality of the primary law, and in cer Evers scored Cbl-g
sf5~ 2 Ifa3y MurB~ fe I** lughter tain exigencies it might be ascessary the ort. He olsrn
WA -V ta A. M r f the court to declare the lw unn-, second on S chU5te t_
- 49 W)Mb.Be, .e latest stituhtonal, which would upset peomBa- raced home ona Chl.me
S, *&#ML. T ste Ch lear Uams recently made. Opinion upon to @eter.
i, l lproe& this oint. however., is divided with A base on
.--g tIhes nqas to e. t ee the r-peaderance of belief that te spoasibMle for
spres it as m I hiiwn eoo stitutionality of the law will not In the Nfth
*- he lye B mit f ODr. be erected by the issues to be de ones, went to
te W 1-: b -er term.imi. sacrifice. and so"e
1 .... --- .- ." Detroit threaten sdMl i
t tohar- l I decided that ************* The paid im
JD PARKwR IS were
JUD PARKI is 4.76. as
M~~t-jttlftHOURIN BOUTH~l~ 0i"i^ ^ .S
**J^*HS*JIMHM*EW*T1BBW*U -nciy ^'J"' f a'f~jIfT^


;100,000


*A*********** Four-Story Building on
S WIPE FAINTED WHEN
SENTENCE WAS PASSED Coramurc Street. Burn-
3 'tlantaOM.fw. w.. ed Yesterday. .
t *raine, charged with steallag *
pay Vks from tfme public -
S ,tow last August, pleaded guilty V- 0 by h. '
I the federal court here to- # chants Grocery Co .-Tb
~~~peue4Allf~e- I j


* .t..,day. .-e pe o p b s rn.t.

4 second base; pth, right felm; eral prison here this afterno. ,-..
# Chance, first base; Steinfeldt,t trd* Th n ir iel '
Base; Hoffman. center field; T Siner, Mao Aldic th pr C oblle, Oct. 14.- A loss i estimated
short stop; Kling, catcher; Overall, between b$76,09 and 10,000e OL buUd
Dtotitc M.Intre. left i RECEIVED BY FALLIERE8. Ing and stocks, two-thir s of which is
# Detroit m cInyre, lcef e ---- covered by insurance, was caused this
SO'Leary. short -stop: Crawford, center Paris. Oct. 14.-President FalUeres afternoon when the four-tory building
Sield; Cob_. right field; Rosa.an yesterday received in special audieNce occupied by the Merchants' Grocery
first .ba.e; Schaefer. second b Senator Yelson W .Aldrich of Rhode company, and located on the east side
SSchmldt, catcher. Coughlin, tiird Island, who Is here studying FrenelCh of Commerce, second sonth ofat St. a-
Sbas; Donovan. pitcher. financial iastituUons. The American thony street, was completely destroyed
Weather-Clearand warm. ambasadr, Henry White, presented by fire; and the building occupied by
mft r'""1_-h ,_d a.... .'n. Senator Aldrich to the president. Cleveland Brothers, grain dealers and
Sumpires--Sheridnand ODay. millers, located at the coaMer of the
Chicago. OPIUM TRAFFIC DECLINING. abovestreet, was damaged by firo and
Sheckard-Ball one; strike one.in Oct 14 .-hat the a eer
Scalledfoul -1bck.s tim. e two; ball t.'"e to a large extent their stock dat uia
two; out, fly tou ar st ll pium trAcin thisr try taOn the by water. A fir e wall between the
tEvewo utre, to fd ldeclinet dieted by _thelatest Merchants' Grocery building and the
* to, _r_ o.n. ; suresd mpd by rthe bureau of sta Alabama Cor u Milin, to sou th
S ulteBallone ball two, ball tiscs-showing-that OpIUm Imports saved that building from destruction
S -alledstriketwo, ave been deresed by e-quarter of All ot tka structures extend through

the origin of the fire in the Merchants'
viGroery Company building and as to
where It first started.
The alarm was sent in from bar 15
at a few minutes after 12 o'clock, and
when the lre department apparatus
i-eached the scene alames were issull
from the third and fourth tory win
dows on the Commerce street side.
wards and over the Immediate neigb-
-.-. stood upon the Trlaeks of the Loui
vile and Nashville rdailroad handi-
capped the firemen in their efforts to
__ '(Continued on Pgs Tw.)


Sf Mobile Loses an

itt insurance Tax Case
P ON.... .. ***. .


atoThe Je emA
D-OUt. 14.-As Important de-
3egWO neagd by iJ0ps 0. J.
i t te civil dttab omof the
SI-ruitag in the ta
( hfte atof Mobile against
$Furmtee Ot.a pahy. Na-

aATraders lnsurmace


Company. botmag that the levy made
by the city tw Jaaemay, 1 was an
W al oW e a-0 t Mhat taxes a ealy
be collected le uaamee of a legal
levy. The Ait stated the taxes for
which the city was suag were not dee.
The demurrers were wastaoaed.
CiLy Acaraey R. B. oomsL gave na
athorised statemeafM .rai the mayor
that all parties who-bad paid the
taiA would Se pUheted at full.


ja sBemperor Issues

cript; He Urges Peace


4~ muliivate nthbe tdeubtof other
aOceWIaMMM At 0 WM. M s~Ittv Is-hih
~ms~ ealy ImptatettIa tbaii pestbhallwua *s
sumis~1~isd y ?e-that W 3110014-be Ufiud *Ith Otber1
ha W~hcbi a mpf inthi e- MRl heecfwin endsor
t-m fM- tka bums Iraditlens four
no Weame deP"& d *,,ttme.. V' gisfus national
the peSm Istor*Ay. W#-WSstat AIMwr leyal sub-
ae, andbects wif dWus-t tu elpingthe


The Modern
boots for a day.


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Business Man-I would give all of this load to be in that boy's


This Was Turned Over to
the City Council Last
Night.


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Bryan-Kern Fund .

is Now $670.50

S The Journal's Bryan and Kern fund yesterday jumped from
$664 to $670.60, $16.50 being contributed during the day by loyal *
democrats.
Send in your contribitio and ask your neighbor to send -hi, *
Now-AT ONCE!
Yesterday's Contributions. *
J. F. Stewart. Milton, Fla ....... .. .. .. .... ........ .0
A. L. Webb .... ................................ 1.00
G* H Through Geo. H. Davis, Cantonment, Fla.
Geo. H. Davis ... .... ...... ................ 1.900
G. C. Clopton .. .. .................. .... .... 1.00 *
Through F. Bullock, St. Andrews, Fla.
C C Davis .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .00
F. Bullock .. .. .. .... .... .... ... .. ........ .. .. .. 00
C. D. Knowles .. .. ... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 *
C. J. Gianer .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. . .. .. 1.00
W. P. Deshazo .n .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00
T J Thompson .. .. ... .......... ...... .. 1.00 4
W W. R Smith 1.0.. .. .. . . *.. .. *. * * * 1*0
J. VcSween .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 1.00
J. J. Trouadalo .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00
E. Vic ory ..c........ ...... ...... ....... 1.00
36 J. T. Thbanpson ........ ...... .....................
W. A. mamons .... .... ..................... .50
Total .. .. .... ........ .. .......... ..
Previously acknowledged .................. ........ 4.00
Grand Total .................. ...... ...... .. .670.
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REPRE-qRNTS ONE
YEAR'S INTEREST

Walter M., Pitt Was Nomi-
nated For Position of Su-
printendmt of the Water
Works Upon Recomme%-
dation of Water and Gas
COn mittee.

The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the City Council was held last
night, at which a number of matter.-
of interest to the public were betor-
the body. Walter M. Pitt. the pres
ent superintendent of water works.
was nominaTed for the ositlfoa aglin.
and a communication from the P le'
National Baak enclosed a check in ,the
suma of $3,.3 thi belig the amount
due the city from the bank as Interest
on city deposits during the past year
The Qity adopted this system a year
ago, wlth the result that it Is ove,
3,000 to th e good financially.
President YaTon presided at the
meeting, and Aldermen Anderson. An-
drews, Brown. Dunham. Ingraham,.
Moyer, Lefly. Rocheblave. Williams.
WrIkt and Toge answered roll sall
The auace cemlntte's reeommer -
datioe qi. that dimg, biapctor en-
daws saery be lncrmi- *1s was
*adod as was also the reamnem
am tfat the city supervisor of regi-
tatil be paid fe for its services
u e the yearIn which an elaeoa

Apprpriatibn For Walk.
The e"ust froti th Bard oa f Pua
ile Wahs tshat 1,p41 be altwe ol
the emnlontioan of a walk eand aAl
am the eityr ail wasw nted.
-I&e mofteeo a parks and public
way reported tavrably an the new
toteoJki ordimaae d-em alag thu




e, .t ae se, mInterest ... ..t.
tie year. ThbldfifN *e, ser
,red to te V a tUem
credited to the genenifS.
The ordinance gataetg yAser~
rights aad privileges t th eIoF
Mobile and New Orleas raorad wat
referred to the franchise adttee
This ordinance, which was read t Al.
derman Moyer, was up frst reading.
The ordinance regulating w swdi
grades. read by Aldermai WVNa7s.
was read the second time mad mofered
to the ordinance and gpsongen g eom-
mittee. On a vote to pasn the ordi-
nance to the engrossing couimTtee Al-
derman Aidrews voted a. The ordi-
nance was sl ghtly amended by Ader-
man Williams.
The ordinance preventing the burn-
ing of trash in the ftre hlts was read
the second time and reftred to th<-
ordinance and engrooaing b omtttep.
The ordinance providing for the levy
of advalorum tax was read the third
time and passed.
Pitt Recol.tMrled
The gas and water committee recon-
mended the re-electioan of W. M. Pi,
as superlntenddet of iHe water work.i.
ThiA was kid over until the next
meeting. Mr. Pitt's name, which wa.
the only one before the council was
placed in nomination by Alderman
Brown.
Alderman Andrews reported that
the new eltr"eode was about eone.
pleted, the only delay in its comple-
(Continued em Tmhrd Pave.)


Actors Would Not Leave Ship

On the Unlucky Thirteenth


By A689sasted Press.
New Tork, Oct. 14.-The strenuous
efforts of Captail Pollafi of the ..ort&
German Uoyd Steamship Kaiser Wi!-
helm der Grosse to land his load of
opera singers, conductors, pianists ms
setresses last night failed because the
;superstition regarding the fatal 13th
: proved too strong and not one of the
celebrities he had on-board his ship
would leave-it until today.
I On the Kaiser Wilhelm are Signor


Campanal, meffl director of 4be
Manhattan Opera Company; Mme,
Johanna Gadski, one of the leading so-
pranos of the Metropolitan Company:
M, D .ddi, baritone in Oscar Hammer-
stein'd company; MIle. Matla von
Neilsen-Stome, a new eontralto for tbo
Metropolitan: Joseph L. Hevinne, th3
noted pianist and Nettie Roland, who
is to appear with Marion Terry in "D'-
vorce." Not one of them could b
persuaded to put foot on land last
night.


Gompers is Bndorsed by New

York Contral Federated Union


Dy Amesseatse d ores
S ew Yerk, Oct. 14-A t a meeting
a-'-~"remtral Federated Ues yes
-md eu4seme was, vow4 or
the eireers sent out by Presder
Samuel Gemers p o the -W. eA
Federatise of Labor, asking for 4ee-
tributions to a f id for political cam
paig work.dL After a lively debate hbe


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resothions endorsing the etirclar ei
the recommendations ti eemltve
that the nlam f athe led
era be asked t*e nti, wet
adopted by a vote of towtLsveve to
thir-.-ear The -a tase- .
ns ameng dele s seemed to be .
toat tmeCe. rcala were tea l as aaso "
appeal to the unions to PPort he
DemeeraUtc party.
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K oane n tsga n d r e d s,:b u t tot
be Igin biIs,.. =s -ac i ds i f t w haty T hat I W anted av
w t -is4in4 thi s t ti m t rll IN Tr


"s tsothe' s Th. -Holboo Nnshipmnt tn Oat
$1* OGyBa e n. strtn ctto,~Certot .rC. been delayed, the Shoesy "Vo..o .
.- -a.S .te o. can- have been waiting on, t a I e More Neces- Stealing at Chilean Ports Is
Ss Sass s td Arrived. There,e are tan. the $100 Now Being In-
mg to8 tW-Ul"oSeSe, aMe.L patents and reds, button and a a h .
!:S^^ ^ r'1IN IN one..- r g-" t to o-f -ace kinds, in fact, what y That Is Wanted. vest"gated.
... 16 m r beiead want 4s m tints shpment...

_________ m ,w oul t Lack b Stu e el atia sameoateald to $6 e Victortias, B. C., Oct. 14.-Captain 0.
US. Siatas 5n eatwetaasd sw-l k b'the total almost to $10.oO, Callason representing the German un.
W@ ......s -o e twct COME AND SEEo .. U deieed main. oateY. It is derwriters of Hamburg, who is here
S i S 4la-ant- chb il-' os-Beat aabt to third. I h4 4Ch contribute s to the on a tour of aspection Tecently in.
M g prt102ota* a* So Stlrltr.-Ball oem, raerpce to YCAStodayn wilbe iberaly o at ttsated the Slooting of cargoc at
Ste-s ~t1-tra a__. M sml__m_ Cace gola_ to see. p rB l_ _ __ ite Is pelv that sTch will be the Chilean ports and says Insurance has
eg. if-otf r l l, -i. si a m impgK .Hll IfH been increased 1-4 of 1 per cent as a
5 r one. ball two, out, ditl Le iil nations yeateday 4 was result of his report. He initanced
We rte ar aer tVt1081 ald my .... -,,R. IVt. -1,me" w osl te yoM men whotwo cases where steamers bad been
to.- Tker-a ll one, ball two, out, ly sfeetft I- t ra IF.Or lk e been mdactuag the baseball practically pirated in tae harbor at
-tr bey O, kM ( m to eagater.)T. at the 5 Cambdertof Commerce. Anataeiala.
I ,e;. ,t -,. y Ats 102 South PUalafoZ Otee. Tie i oaeripUons towards paynlg for The steamer Serato of the Pacific
S- .- t .e trike one; all the wire service was owe th deces steam Navigation Company, he Caid,
S 4M t Mr =ctgt.~. .. .z the baace owas tae to had been attacked, the watchman
t an .#AtS;-fk t -H-S me-le ." called; ou MOTT-R HAS A BIG A. t i A mwthOmwMao..ee overpowered u the captain held up
b ^^S10ktrUBetw; farMed Cobb (b*rt to e b "" innarranging bor the matl- at revolver point while the hatches
r -pati, m art. FIRE; LOSS $100,00 weILe BF. och. Herbert -Ale- ,were taken off and valuable cargo
S-- o ae, called; strike -- berteo d. Peake, R. I. Nickelen, H stolen. There had been practically a
b? _:- 4% ; o$~ ec a ed. .(h.a pewsr Pae T. ewild. pitched batUe with revolvers at An-
s mi-B.n one; but, .y to set- Tcotel U. tios low stand: tofgasia by pirates and the steamer
S- M e. ..... get at the Ore from the Commerce PrOeftesiy acknowledged ...... 493.54 Coya, of W. R. Grace & Co.
Sm-i e,. street side. o / IPrea baseball matinee ........ 4.00 In another tase forty tons of Boll-
S. K -trlke Ume, called; out. y o... Mrs. A M illan .......... 1.0 Tvisa cargo valued at eighty thou.-

SIMAl by ed be% out. thlrd floor an the Commeree Street

pa maono, g.Wt OR tro t side ad w th b the afdo ofth fir eI he


u . .- t.. ..... ... se explosives pon the stred u Ser be
wea- 43t- C m ---U W nnl a one .oul to _e"a e -%it In pa. By t t afierylaeTIRETHREEAIRSHIPS





a t hr w r a td t e w a ir an dB m aale se
lpleteutNYethn one. stri tw e oe nlopenderior oT MOrning and Leave and Have Not Been
.a e e es Otcthar to t h e wbu in or blocks to the ut



e r*r calledeveral sparks i A low For Home. Heaed From.
*i4tht O'Leary-Fol boek, strike one, out, beotks away Thea roof o the btis n
S'MThe rcn pp y f fG occupied by Jacob Meyers & Seas, la
f tfn a a e "o2teMl;ngs._nd eet-orUma aena tsecoil fgwas& stetisas.m.oasro eo .h. . .





S3 the -:oe lb Crawihrd---Strlke one, ball one, out. Dauiit street, near Royal, cauost .re Lnst aight was the last to be spent Ae a P sot B. e
B- m- al-re 1g oebb--rktke one, called; ba one, asheds-ta the immediate nelhborhood state troops, for thf morning at received here of tle three missing
B e.rt --- -- at. hnrI t t ---, were ignitcd but extinguished without o'clock they will be paid off and will o tst n te balloon races rt
Sa cak Ch any serious damage. then begi prepaUtleans for departure nern t sa drte
-. ... ..it o Hm Homan--Strike a5e. strike two While a dose streak were pOrina to their T rhfrm Berlin Sunday.le Ger
Detroit. SeverThe air hipsite are.. tui. e, e..
Egy 38ga^ bs t .Ss- chli;ed; bell. opt, bell two, ball three, a votlme of water through the wli- It is expected that by this afternoon ma; the Cantilla. Spanl as, and the
m's yete- ss-am sr iews aod openings in the Coamere. tie taa will be down ad packed as HeSwis- It i. now 72 houra
S -yt a e. Tlke-Fal back strike one; sin- street side of the buiMt remen well ,.equ ad the men sce they sailed away
i-,id ... w.Ith .. mWrWr Joeas of hoe were .willJ a y up to toe city on the steam- Two of the competitor in Monday's
and "l one. called; out. short fghti the flames from the rear n era erc e, leavg the race also ave not been reported
1W'01 C at to arsta TsIamr 1 t. ato to .thir. Frst street In t.his -r the sets t T o hr Fourteen German torpedo boat are
T -- .dy left, strike tw; ball one, foul back. fres the rear and front eof the buld- satela r a special train. g balloon


I .r Ig id. .r me, w bach '7Wgu ? iu!doawdl be aid l w pwisnre
hls I t-anyser- .. r ..i.Low W after Pressure. F- .. -BO Y WSuS

.ke two ol le, o-t. orl k to- owaer from the Ire hydratto dli ct l mn n
ball. aatTei-- ,rade the work of the Shimu diucuult
? pt %oil two, b l r vo wtI i eeR. H. U. atnd the fam es spread through the d t e
Chica*p"...... ....... ..... l. 0 budicgto.the-Pist.utreetaasde.By l
,n- yet been1 "" 'lkerotsbc.. .sri .on 3 e thisttsie there abuidiptg the\ vm n IM I a I me
.+ nul j ..U...... .E.ercha-t' ._M -S f al THOwalUUGH LUlI.B
:,.-- -...7--ROOJR.D, DEALING huge reuSe omoke tht roe4 T? W..--
l l -. ward told the story of having the ire
SOo ce o ... ', p .-. pra ctcaily une r cenetrol. Many the Services Was Cleaniot Out a Gun,
;d ;C to fr.--t t W s to ichic.ag Ptt. 14.- Pre e . Tet .dte e n t.d at Stc:*-aculty w s i .d. _
-se . " Mrphy the CMmls. Natloalal eced In keeplug the W3ames D M nuwieat St. ich- When It Was Acci-
st tos ;inbed to faert, fgue baseball club last ioght s- spreading too rapidly to the buldIag
S*---to secon-. -'aLS -- thai r- a v rto-.T -ho ael'. Ce.l.tery. dentally Discharged.
S M-. M s -tf' -. c k wld e M sent to tMhe a- two structures was not what might b --
Sto-'ter tip ma-l m a-o to. pay for all re- termed a are wall, and it was bu t a .... o D .. T
as 'e- -o tIl hUit srved oa-t tickets which were saod brief space of time before the f nremea e .. .er .v .... a. .. wi nTa l rerna. .
to c s e te at thr it for the WSuay ad Meaday ames In wee directing their eftora' to stay d yesterday evening at 4 o'clck. SheeM, Ala., Oct. 14.-Harry Mc
the flames from getting beyond their Funeral services were held at St. Ml Kinney, a lad Is years' old. raiding
Me'mtyre- ,-- hall t. ball 't. ...i... rtc control in this building. In this they heel's church, Rev. Father Fullerton 'with his mother a mile east of Sher
tbuee; eke em. 1'he actig foullwe were succefssfl and beyond comlde'- o*4yatif Interoment was madetat eld, was shot through the 11ng Tues-
.___... ._ the ta to I." tickets able damage to the stock of this Sr t M- ichae's cemetery and a large day at noes, and is in a precarious
S l two eas; S a e e ne ad a portion of the b Olig retely number of rleds and relatives at c
.11 -0s ball twoe inbtl t spread ter uo .etth
ae ,a elw as dlasdt tl big rntag S structure. tte e treded the ohTtequ. was sitting at the table
O d--uSl Wbck. strike oe: b- la --with e- wm .en icket here was conUned. This buildup i, The rematis were laid to rest im with his eler brother, Cooper, just
e: .1 beet, tl le two; ett, et a. 3 er -to -e national corn- owned by Martin Idaisey. o ard. Se ew portion of the cemetery, the after llIng the noon meal. the lat-
g.s r 'lim a wieldalthough the .ublic. Al, and -hs ah nts /Ire sal that the gras being overed with floral offer ter eanal his shot gua, which was
.*..e ll ena, ball two, ftol 4- had botin ,aelen damage was inconsaderable and cover- las- .t.py dtaeharged. the load of
lt. gMe meo; Mblibak, strike two; Mr. M alsy acalme out stroa ed by insurance. A fepresetative of -sallU _saot pSMIK thbroungh his right
iM at wfi ftd and a ft. favor --the sagMestl that the Cleveland Br s. said that the -rm's PHILIP PUAKJ'S lian eomin gn* u-.t at the shoulder.
n ag-utdL. | .-.. t yma1ED.s take full charge damage wouM e eemi ted to a na HDO T e ..er a.ue.. a t kn-ow
-llf r tilrg me, fa a me; tse iofl t iketst for all future tainted through water and was not very HOME .U A re was a Rad a thre gun unol after
-t ,tw ta"" "d i--i -- ""-.... ..er -- heavy and in relr . .. Ph Peake'. e .n wituatr, the weapon had been discharged.
t p he --,tM: -- n.W ... ... .t..at t t require_ ed hardtr- by.il.
_b-rfke .... ad ak ^ oof the Mecha I1bujldi1g fell in and pornen ofthi fuS IffmilpleS the Attitude of Japan for

e sheusa to pita* work on the part of the Aremen to An alarm turned n from box -- -eIt e T se Js1nmaI.
.e r gaia their lost gbaodhd. I was iard 16 but t re de tment d Tokl. Oct. 14.-The imperial re
t F M work for over au hour. LeUgth of alt .the wa he re,3 te script pblkshed today, aid which was
stldt-g--strike e, ,.oall. eg; EW hose stretched across the nriroad water lng be-g .over a mile from lgtended to be addressed to the forp
StwO. pd at wot ;l repeated the movnt of a.atring of the building eig. power, a well a to the people
t t t rt topaforll re- ht ctars that extended al Con- "* of Japa, became public property be
-to o; e, ooCeulled; balr merce street from St. Anthee to St. Aesther Fire. ase of a address made today biy
S w. e walk Louis, and this kept the emea from About ten feet of the northeast cor- Preme Kateura belos the prefectur
r-'J l. t__. --tike one; getting at the names. With eve ner of the fesae ene ding St. Joh1'a aI governors assembled in this city.
-R.--- _--W ewn .-- e.i i streams they foruht the lames from cemetery was brnaed yesterday after. Ti premier outlined the government's
; .tk* two, SI ack; Out, y q,^ ,,K n the tops of the eight ears, but even noo. The Iare iniated from a burn- economic policy and emphasized its
o ._t c then the water scarcely reached the in~ trash pile. An alarm was sent detertatiatlo to reduce unproductive


third floor. Then the streams in tram bez 39 and the 111re de M-M He rewlested The Rig-
.Sabin& lkw
me; ba]2 the big engines were secured And Srom NOW responded. abiabled governors to CO-OPerate by
a* IbIbe Mlka COV."Out. ly to then, OR it MAS that the 4kromen grad- the Practice of every possible eeaso..',
f I I -.'w nally gained in their efforts to got the BOX CW M0NKEYS my. and by basing their plans -for oz'.
M*;t! my to left. of 8 are Under amtrol- peaditures, only ujau j&W rec"pW
010"a"L_ 60001knou GREATLY ENJOYED
010' y "W. tan"; ban Fire Tug Assist&
V_ -4krUs O t At a most critical moment the Wa The twooct
400111; a -Sam *?a* two; old. be ftree. -A Box of Mon-
sw t t Am fighting tug Greenwood steamed keys. Presented yesterday at the Star
IL mom three Imatease, sum&= of theatre by member& of MUs 04p t BIG CROWD* AT LNO
t*: left. strike bus; "Tr
water from her huge.- engiaesL wore di. vjMWg gibooj of 01"Ution. proved a CIENTEM041AL AjVV copnitgAM #
ftau";. act. second -to 8041 On rected upon the Itames the Front success to every particular This per-
street side- Under the dirctiM of larmers reader" their parts in a man. Oy
%ack. tatrfte me; bM ____ ___ I*- %_ Goomebom S- C, Oct. 14, 4
strjko M. A d I Captain John Smith streams from the uer that aka bigbly of both them- 0" Of 00 lsrgmt %-6.ds *go #
dwiw aoim -- Greenwood wore thrown into tbe b*tW selves, :2?e3= VMt@, M"M wWAM soon Ja Greensboro,. today at- *-
"Po; "a, sy to left. _6% 4f as&V In tug aiding the firemen from the rear AbISCOM the performance was gives. 0 te*ded the QxatennW and CIO" # 0
MGM to toyce the flames back towards the The perfomance omtahie& many fm 0 RMMS No pe&M CougreelL M. a
CbMSCO-MM QM: strike one, caW trust at t& StrucLure, which permitod MY situations and was liberally w V.:- Mebards, land a" indas. cl
ad; atzue two. callid; out. By to Aghttax tram-both -sales I PIK11040C Miss Jeanette Allen. who trial aVM of the Southern
2'relzieldt-Stme one, e^lhd.- b&M A jaig Am wall separating the'Ner- bas a fte baritone -taice. rendered FAWMway and F_ f L Watson.
Grdbory Company from the two excellent songs between acts me to
caw-sts, M at 0
am, UU two; aft9w: two: ball thrim structure vecupW by tbe Alabama- and tww- 0 South chrouna, wen um Prbk-
He wafte. SlakeeNt out, steallm Corn 31HU saved that bulliding &M cw sp= at. the second
oatfter, -to tdb bianes and a heavy %no was We- SUFjLrjMj&Lj STROKE .46 somba 40104 VAGIft 01
NoMmea *b*e' ane. ftnimod-. vented. --A slate roof abo- Wrolocted w congnw& is fte aftereson,
till the building tv the SINOWet 4C 098rk3 OF PARALYSIS.*-, at the "odes of the Foam
End. that ten over It. The afteaw of the P1
real. CoagmEL Dr. Gk"L T.
OstraiL old engines were the nwist effeeMw h ekbrles m1MM. a weIRMOMS Dr Jobn Fmak4a Cmwea md
***- 1bul left
W 4L5* d6h, at St. Anthony anol 00miWtee dout at this city.-Sunwred a stroke of Dr. W. L. Patient delivered ad- 0
am "re; ftuvee; eua tans"L V -Had the paralysis a few days ago at River 0 dresses.
___AL__ sea. iftn two; stfto and St. Louls and ComumwepL al
o~ ; boll! thow. He walks. ougl ii a a takea tb the river front Junction. wher& he hm been fW some --- --- ON
TV ftr ty0eir supply of water the p1M time. Eli& eyes have aim been ufflft__ -------- 4004-
n
420'- 2"16 two- -abdid could bave been used llii thiiiiO ed and It Is tbangkt be will lose 1112 0
a~ ; ball *We. balk two. dot. fas- break Or
bass and materiallY assisted might milt.
-_ -N& 4
Ban aw$. Sbaeftr mt. Pharmacy, Uw ftenien in their work. 1%1* 4;eems _X* 800M as be Is &We to tr*Vel 1k*' W= "MMM %ft W"aft In the% C"-j
Crystal to kave been ovwleakeL wW'%e brought to pengwol&.
sleeUm Catcher to soon". MPG" 9 PtNUVASCY In 010 dWkY cc
*4pW* V#*Aawt Caniftes. at fts= = )r
Chinese, 4 1c,
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-VER ISHI: -6
A WRIM 4W TWO TALKS ON ADVIOTEW40
"Ifte br ftWqW ftow of Na I.

A story is told of a prisoner who called the -judge
a fool. ; The judge fined him $10. He paid the fte
but asked: "Do you fine people for thialdog,
Honorr' The judge answered -in the negative.
"Well," he said, "I thinir you're a fool stUL"
I
If I should print my personal opinion of some big
advertisers like as not I'd get fined; but it is perfecuy
safe to thin

If a traveler come to you and talked of the stuff
which his house prints a3advatialng you would put
him down at once as an idiot.

The talk- is unnatural; soiluding brass and a
tilmirling, cymbal; unreal, idss'occra, dead. The reader
feels that it isn't the advertiser who is talkin ; that
there really isn't auybody tat g; that the wwds we
just priating.

Good advertising is good talk; the fraak, honest
kind that convinces.

An adverfivempa-vot of one hundred wards should
make th, reader ftimir five thousand words; and
herein is t#e whole secret oi copy. It isn't what
you say that counts but the chain of thought which
your advertising creates.
The more you fuss over Yow advV 1, 1 in
"aw" cow the
poorir the result. It isn't a job to stufter-About4w to
pologize for or to burn Ga O*W. ff rM
want to qmke an advertising bit an you so" to do
is to talk to the reader al the' newspaper as you talk
across the cpunter to a customer.

Two Irishwe* chased a wild-cat up a tree. Pst
went up to shako bus off wide Mke renuumA below
to catch him whm he fell. Both were siwarresOal, but
Z4ike and the wild-cat were soon in a rough and
tumble scrap below. Pat coiled out "Sball Of- come
douwn an' help you howid him, Mike?" I S"Namil.
Begorra, come douwa, Pat, an! help me'Ut him go."

Ad#"fisi-O is a wM-cat up a tree. Own you
have shake n him off, the PrObkm Of 'Ictftt "909' is
quite as dfftulf as the problem of "hewlftg an "
But what you need m e4ther case is mom; -and a
e real r AW the future.

It rirely pays to splurge. Alake yoir mpg r iyok
tion -111- 1 y and cwefully- dad cow.
AAw.xUse _--inuouidy; every day cc at load every
week. Your stwe is the seed or the plast. The
advexUsixg is the rain and the mumbbie, You CaWt
rush the.grawth. It may take'weeks ovPWUW AM
produce, flowers or fruiL


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THE PSACLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY
THE PENSACOLA JOURNALft. THURSDAT


OCTOBER 1, 1m.


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INDIAN AGEI^FCK f, 1, .


W W Xich-
-1tteud Editor -Pesome- _Journal:_thee__erathat
As you have mentioned the W d ya k to ..-w

~ ~ presildency, pleas allow me the t a- rechid inWa htutu the
Kre fquni dian agent to explafa the legal -AtUs It of Augut 1W7. o the moat
_3 -e w .aut ean or the Indian settlement with the a- tand was specified 71 ICW worth
- w-on d sand ntes United States government as admntast as" per acre an.4the.money to e 01
e-' to a sed. tercd by the republicans in power or was $1;041.48 dollars a piece. This
the last 47 years. was, the .,astern Indian's I 15i |
T MA lr r D:6KRTS In 1iS1 congress s ordered all the the 4.000,00e acres reeved ter them
o best tt.a.s Blue Rilbboi interest that iad accrued on the $34,- d l$3,400,000 as their part pt the
B l aa. l'eye are trae ex- 800.000 to be paid to the Indians per U.$34,.00,000. But singular to say. as
t9", t apre, g t. ar capital. Only two Indian women out- their agent. I have been able to fSnd but
side of the Indian territory got any of an approximate to 500 I1di"C of tha
S.. -this money. Bach of them dreer $32 required 32nd drop of blood. But
as their share of the money. In 1891 Gnyon Miller w'io was appointed an

plotted to each. out" has found 45,000 Indians to wohm
I .t also ordered that the interest, he has promised In a nueler of let-
be paid each year to the lndiaw that tern to pay them $2 -0 a pOiee In 18
ft"I Iwas due ion the $34.800,04. This mouths, or two years, which means in
order was in force for 16 years up pali. English after %we presidential
S.......to 1907, making $24,000,000 paid put to election.
I Indians of the three tribes' of the Now. for Guyon Mtiler to use mon
treaties of 1835- and 1846. But sot ey appropriated by- congress to set-
O'' H neld an Indian gqt one dollar of It. On tIe an honest debt to these Indians to
s the 30th. of June 1., congress der- pay 4&.0 white men a rerO- EVERY BUSINESS PIRM- HOUT-n BE REPR
ti.n.- be: T ed t lse.flt ttltent with tes three -ote tht republican ticket is puttit V
i.r a -i,.CCM n Last tribes of Indians, Creeks, Cherk aes another black : pot on Rooaevelt's ane SENTED THE WmKLLY JOURNAL HAS AN OUl
apd Chiaskasaws both of land ad Taft's faces. But singular to say. no- *s-T,-. T-
drop of Indian blood shouldeceve ths time. But mons of an OFTOWN CIRCULATION OF NEARLY 2, AN
$1,041.48 out of the $34,800,000 dollars money has been paid to lawyers.
IA 0ialt B Uof trdof In the treasury, but there was w JOHN D. BECK. THEADVNG RATES ARE c GL
aly C dob m 6f as to the titles to tibe land. so oon- Creek Indian Agc.i:
'grees on February 27. 1907, amended Cantonment Oct. 7, 1908. LOW AND RESULTS REASONABLY SURE. SN


aad iwwmbiia seeuCORNER STONE LAID W ITH iL YOR COPY TO DAY RES


-as.t. .-b -" APPROPRIATE CEREh NIES

SBtrfv Yhe .Na aiqme befor D t T. S F,.-;.. Del;^s..s1 sent a magnilceat appearance when it
sthe yar In* .1 *. a t before Dnot . I. iaa D a comnpted.
S the board e te latt not The. work of erecting the building
S tte- on An R frent AddrS is nmew progressfng rapidly, though it
SP9 o t of LtU Ibeer rle dwas delayed for some weeks on ac-
b teftf at 't t did On k count of the contractors beina unable ..
"t hae it at bi lo uld to secure the grade of brown stone de-


R-740 L* 9 ule as are t- TaIENOON WHEN THE >CORNER BLUFF SPRINGS.
Srevi en, to ti tt It Wi Exeited Over the Chicag Tribune. Floda. The property includes sawmill, Arthur, ..

^ asd 1 tp Uid NELTHOOT CHURH sUIUNG. t ..., us T..i ut campaign the Chicago Tribune ofmmt r e. thre e. t- .al.

Srs. Me.Dougla en aon Abbott. the press agent of the sor acumbraces. e wi be" at L e.
R_ *.last week to visit the R-oblamse cir- tional Demnocratic committee, to give pu outcry to hihet bidder for ash 1.-W. B
Mi MI" -a thof pp iae l Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Brewton and him an opportunity to express the do ei hks umsfbMid K-s i..c rk
S t 10 efhd. pro- vts the eorwer stone of the had- childrenwent to the _loa- ews, hops and arguments of his dsPfurd inf address the T inse
S n somie new First Mothodt church ton last Tursday. They report a party. This eparture of a strong undersigned at Dothan, Ala. clerk.
.-- _. -I"" ldwedano Mnbuilding was laidgW yesterday Iaflwom very good tibe. f repubi pperfromthe plcy d oA AC 1 C,.
UK at 4 o'clock inta* ipreece ofR Mr. and lMrs. Maon Cooper are giving sml ee of the h am & Luce o. C crk.
r e : large ga therinag t members AW th the the happy parbaets of l usty boy, who pending issue, has created quite a No. l.-H. H
.--p Notice". herby thatr- gnsseb. ceeotd -. L cktes
; *r -coegreg a^tiem. The store, a hanwsome made his advetit one y last week. large excitement among its republican No d of hereby r A. D l a eo bIrd, lek.
.....*. U I ,__ A__"" --on e, was donated by 9. A. Da rt, sad Mr. and Mrs... WinlDafs and chil- readers. Their feeling I best ex-. V w to t s mor N. e
et 35 ai a' 0-r10 -AtS-- bears the simple inscriptioes, "A. dt*n of Merlamt. Mgsa.; sap dt over 'pressed bythe following letter of one a l t o t
Ll y Mr. a 8." p a ort it to Mr. and M Dan of its readers: "Grand Rapids. Mich. ingwan the Pensee Metie cr.
P. .SalRas ,Dr. J. L. Frazier, pr.d la. elder McDavidm one da t w eek. They ept 7.-Editor of thd Tribune: a c wth the law .. 1
;. lg y ta i. Cit.... Re.e .orC o- .. . tve n the ,ol t hereo p%. About two or more from Wil i J. _wing prop used owman. erk.
Abbot and you will lose he. Ton e name of the tibe s~Il be C.
S 8 Pw u '_ A l -. ca . .. A . .. . . .. ........ a ahi ngs d yo u won 't "ra t .i _m o_ .mrSee. ..r..
..f -. ia ft1,. m . O n .t . ..a.....a -t- l--g .i w o h e nJ. m reI af c o ,WN don't yo d M r. Ba ya- s Ca mrt l o f b. rei t.



S, oSS D. P. togood Dr. Fraser waw sttrodurced ndd oe- .any they like the eoate so much prao wur 1 't .e st to bSe i foo da. U moe
w ,,- ar ordered .Iered an excellent adbresn. In which bett..r he.re... .. .. e ta.n note iescot r t ecnatal to. necg ofdr ntouN. o lt.
S..a s," t re --t o l t he aplR .b e r with he dwelt uprn the amesrity f Misw Flora Craveynou. new school n as onl -. reowd bu n- th.e purp" of co.ductt .. TS
e df 1 .ca l -fwa a the ch rches and their soorf to & oa- teacher wento t o ea visit her I'll bchie o hau no Democra.tc e r cl t rk. .



,"t el I't sllt toukllltrosr o oloely, being sretoly i nter tted to Ala., on busne ne ay lat sceeded.-Mal Order Jounal. en c
tB__ faoa A deartette rend... ..ered some excel- Mr and Mrs. Judson Bryars and .be c .. WKV Tay ope
AM--." lent music, and thee exercises closed child went to Century to visit rela be tin to a naerand r of d tr N .-H. B.
,"- n for Aie toA -n llliuor with prayer. uves and friends Moday. *. A l directors, to be elected at thb ular s aB. O.Mrrio. ns
-- j* Tola M.. Jac Theano. flI A Hraeo IEdaeeed chee.eK. Gcon Stanth entty tou aiel aA Dample M rker or-lesg and--Iogb f re







s. win tth he state. It was desteo by R. L.e Weillam went to Century on er vietw a only Cahrewd bust i res. and l E. r t. t o s.ps
-.eS a ..* ,ur am noted firm of church architects, and bSine.s last Mondayt. t dWB f d tah d Alex. Friedman thh Bord of Dn- Walo. Ioct

c-- --pi--GOODS ^..*.... .hconouheIetansor .. ..,srs.,v e n o -e am o ca ts sck- In .s.hl b N. .- .
tpw ermTaw**w e thton ofthod e lt rst Mt edomesylb MissFl morni. a raeytobw Tcousan oleTrs T) tou W. Muerph. t





g o tyh :l *.. ga t urrren there buidr meb ri o Tapli who hafl foonp thka e c s Eol T rlaullsines sTn a to.0.e p-. for. iS es

t a '.... 0t. : .T TDe c loselylart four months beer. bsoouring in e. forty-four shr of Jtoal: 8- 8. Le ttet-
loTtOmu~sican~dteex~ercise~s ed te Chicalo. wII., returned Cotme Tuesday mwn en- as t r otutrePdenacola et.s an Dwho sa-l Clr Br
S. a CRnIfarl AL COURTa Dr. Smith of Mouno, m'ade ap Yr l di/ iwl l sa. sr be r o he e HA

a, .-= " -- .fessio"al visit to Mrs- Fred Boyers .l.. .h f .. these thll, 08a0 who subscrib-, for thwr share *ft
Were ns C. 0. teaml e Ts tant do ey-went to Minracol A on A the como. to h Pelr. oa lek
rr--rinrvey gWste lli white. guess Tpesay evenm..Te.. rv, otsoawnw h d i Jawhare.s. J.

S-L --. Iharge with emgmb n hritat, ,oldlA The Elym Baptist Association will fattney 8g I it S KS.u .. . _- __-.-- with te Bo.rd
A. dofe They tS ndnt.or5*a the nexor convene at the Pleasant Hill church with w perfect afa gaickly NOTICE OP PARTo SSdP tWIeOLUafor urathmba Cl
t*rI 7ofthe ctntycourt. His bond s t edc I at 10 o wlock a. m. on Wednesday eeaabutwod BdIichadoenf. R thNotice m heabny shv that 3. co-part 1.n.T
S*wal'ned at. 7 which ws readily nil in, morning and to conrnue in confer- nera -heretofore existing bel Scar- tDhe3 Sthnd Go
.b ... i Penolaf ne ence and preaching for two days.ii u a ritt ore-no ale. Ed. L. mna dkenr side Ge.nty a ws
O tC -- Sti n--- (Brl, lr,, ed- Rev" W. .- R. Countryman of Perdido, the alrm naxme or' Pee a^t1^ d
S'ovre NEROe ADt.a- thiNANe hs morning to Sceagry andits Tr Shlbo nioe.
Sf a d LawONk rala tes. colored wasr Brit Thornbly and two children onf da t ssi Mr.e amslB hdr. aonsani rie aS.ltm N -fr
.p rery appointmenttI c.. ....e lag cired moyer whomis a ....orkCintu. ry haw I thi n and Ale. Fre dD


Sya uac erWO. Aia., are amending e asso- *10 e liml n> Ml if s M All account d by th al p All
z tt~rAda~y by &lunacy by th 'willrehattendin Clerk gh the me
every ^*. a arPes at cc-Dr-. IYAlem- clation meeting. .C0tralOW m4g talftt.LUm hT by Ed L A reo du w s ambina
S t oa few bert. and tA. DBr. He We're making Mr. and Mrs. Robert F-illig im ,ha- te of S t.n..*-." h-s..
Swas lockedU unt Mo ust moved into their new residenc C__- - -CARRIT MORO, ww
tites awaslo n ed u Ithi' county jal Mow- -
,mY tesaa wil ed Oru ti attendants ot Miss Annie Cameron McDavid .as ED. L A.D SON.
ad t t he year the asylum at Chattahoochee arrive. gone to Mobile., Ala., where she is T0 TOO Late Per C}CLa ati octioww A-ps,
recheL4 IOU is that he Dl benV enter Miss Sallie Hunters selec CLEK I i ..
JUU~jBL -Siheoitsbee school for girls. &he was accompanied u= .. hsh otec to h dunIt amee^ Wlw, Ro
-e :.l to Mobile. bY her mother and little "st ter rl ikeort sn ed IshtoIe yt15atame
DQN PAY C ARRIER. splay ter. Janie. who will return in a day have be taken from I FunLko t of orl ty m
Y mV O t put In "Oneaore toe, Pmst can the or two. anota o e tra a the tew i Ocrob. 1 the tfommin r m a to wi i
a to start,. attention et isrs to the pay- of Fall and Winter Suit J.. Davley o has for some t.ree pa~Tola t r urn to me at Ma-wr tatre dot- ld t ? omt . t
-' fto asahl- to years been operator at th L. 9 V anna. 7a.. Wll H. Price. oct1te a eerraoan etaletionnto be held on the aFy ge steet of said
I to stop. Car. irs ae -not a rlsed to ol-and Overcoat pat4M., freight office in Molino, has accepted t-oe o-ei ., o.be hed1 at t he tses ns hy
!.--i -"- -S- --et.and it's worth you former agent W iThompkin hav- w lnutta be phMol o 1. . hP lo d- -o
"" w ed 3. o .M and it's WOth r g l boardr. wardrobe, din!v.g table, one horse n. leh. ln JMs; AJetI B Thir d d
Sl Ma. J. A. Sam. M. Rach. Ing re.-igned. and bug and tine mulch cow. y c-.p AS
.l.ero-sof an te. Neuman. Milton. FU.n .octiw
.! o s4. -amoa. j Gerkla had Elmer while o Rev of ow o v w s. Clerk o the Bo
SWhite. On t te r is rep are visitors at the Blim association a -wo deirably located Bruno Car. hspectors: and H. Mier, sEab
.resented by ChaBies F. C. .tie meeting homes. o ne and one-hlt story eaCh'. r A
U. Porter, 3. E Milames. and W A. -StrPS m J. B. Toomer went to Pensacola on and one brick building down town. Ap- No..- ep cea.nd.s C Heutricha, eaw
,I e tbsiem saolWaesdaY .tply Mrs. M. C. Neumann. Milse.n Fwlt.
oemeyC shgSbfoit 1. .1 .o afor the Bim association. -an, W
m e----ibetPTao, nt W n. T-redtoTaste.&A Watch for the sensation at LeCal Ad muTtu.t. jjT wst o i >Sl be f. witt
'Wbb.a -. .....t "S. Wat"h !tr.th._at. a,, l.
SS20 TO $50 the Bijou. bre ods m Ax.storS

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nAlot t -_ -x 6 A lot -0 ON 1 Dtt of hbr*d ofth isA5ETts^sl
pin-tied p now for eas a"fo fer te oth- 3 sw dLtbSI


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Deputy Clark.
NOTICE.
a eor Posnelt to So

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A, thQisr WA lir"ee
rlet 13 at North MW a
County ad *.*
election dhi&et l-y
ere be, at the ame--i d
be held on Tuesdar, t
november. next, whr scn
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g"".5 e tgAtree 8pease y
-a g theISso are pidatUease
t o prime toset UmoMveW "
Awprups to insect eIo lafes withI
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S*-M h k the makig qu t re atl
UP 1 a. he waterways. lardme a
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i A ti passengers an d fright. They
I n this capecit longbe-
Sire Oscrudest wheelpd vehicle
O d4smned for the very simplest
lnw trh nMlrtaibAL; aMW though
m .li .sly tf t service a000e
sael4 ofa them, they are lower ser-
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a* ow- made. public. "It mas een said all It is b lMg ue. This is entirely oep- cpelgh contributions.
.cI ~ l l l t I _- / - l - - .- ... 1 -- I.. .. .
MIN W. ever tey hovw River, Tohopekaliga Lake to Charlotte credited and branded. Men whose
O N u me- Tl- have Harbor or Peace Creek. whole lives certify to their excellence U-
uhere ass also been, I understand have been Aenouncd and thrown
SSAB ITY Of THE ,Aa surveyy ade by private pArt ie ter AT
6- ... '8 ml--tlng at Cedar Keys. ;I have aside. The custom and estabhed A.TO
-.MI 1nevewe seae the report on this survey, procedures under wk es this nation F4 .sdt -P
SINLA f- WATERWAYS AS VEWED |g *"Of* O er, matw surveys has advanced from poverty to opu- P.
SW 99U M E ) ws o m w ith aProPortio nate s n Wa co l e are elim inated by a gesture and Bobt. u. to.
In eBY UNITE STATIE k IN EERS a ia to e r t shatterwpeo a
... 1% I W to in ance of location of the dida. 3r .h ,. _'Wafss Wy.,
rr _________' __-__ ,. .e .. .. .. .mgh- red._. th e"v Ia. dered to the rankl outsiders. Hakeli
Sal.y d e beca.eI 'a t The foowtng replies to letter di- or about .-e-haif te year. Thew i'mte oso the work. In add- can obtan an h 's heari Un. TATEi"SM-N .
.P l- -' th ( t V. *eted by him have been received limited space is. son"e1 to H mears m -t.
tm.bmaXs man cendluap froa army engineers by Secretary smq2g-N a ym te wlt prices used in the erne sa is eru it td. tUy Craw.
.a nS d He bhas dila -Leland J. Heqderson. bsetr*lag theB .n *.m ** n.nciatioo. The cdaltry s linger ,- -
-'r pgtlest .tvRy"ba.e. .aemiblty of t.e gult o -inten P*in. jg d gig plants owned by the cosr the c cas f Tram

Mobile. Ala- Oat. 13, 1"S.3.hen!)2 .1rEid.t y.. a. .. .a t reae r- ...of rsker and a kell and vo p- Tsto pTo .
i br i abtS senda worka either r Lelandg .J Jtndero, Secretary Whil- 6I m1et b available for the work. In an versa. B u |ln. I t lenrMes.
"O "If 9 wm0 It is to be Gulf Coast Island Wa erway Asso-. of tis agnitude. I What a spectacd VMte Hom e-- I ., o
1Si .clade. osflM apecl appliances, de- now presents.-New York San. uml mr a
S_ Dear 81r:-I 4 your favor or theo Give correct, aIm suaeciall' t2 the work, would 60l theespeieMIcR -.-MCLe'I .wI -
Iair ao 24 ult. upon My return to Mobile the vei of the coast, which I pre- be Bcommnyinthe end. I REuMElM"I--B W. 11MM R* hiad
rk cne bad break The project of th Gulf Cas: l lat wide, with lopes 1 on 3.. and Sguring GO N. SPAU LDING, I remember, I mber T
..SThe house wheoeI was born, Wi. A. oh .
Ai a alig ,esvelt for eight Waterway is most In.'- .esting to me the excavation at from 5 to 0 oet Captain Crps of Enlneers. Thelit w w the sea W . S s.
0 W aiftr w t years of Taft. personally but I can, o course a ske per yard. ye wll be able to get at a Came peeindg ln at mor, "
V p "Ip a e, abut waso oaicaIl s a Ament in rcgatdTo it t i of o O the total I eve afr ue s Arnica hHe never cae a i 00o soonn COUNTY NO E
2w 240-_% 0. .- at the present time. amount of work. "-OdBucklens Arnica b --O
fl iwie ler put out, to Stould the present generation mak Very respectfully. Salve to 0 te proper thing to use r Nor brought too long daynt
ONtan the driftot popular sentiment the l.roposed waterway u accomplish- H. B. FKRGUMSON., a Seet, a well as for healing bm-~s. But nHow I often wish the a ight W.
T1er t ale the advisability ed feat, it will be atisfactio to Captain. Cory of Engineers. es, cu and all manner of abr- Had borne my bre away. J. t
et 1tdys tatig the stump for the iow that we are r jylg out ide&3 At 7 1c peer cic yard a cut aver. S writesMr.W. stoe, I rememberEast I re mber C. Tan e t.
r tikborn a century ago agn 9 feet e 210 feet in a P *td. Mn. It Is the proper thi ng I remember. I me eiber U t C.u e t.
S- have maps showing several pro and 1 ft. in len would st 5.2. 26 t a for pile.?s. Try It! Sold un4er gur.. The roses red and white mCle ,lb .
The dtu i t posed routes for a canal between Mo- miles or 3,0o0 teet at tie same rate tee ataoe g 2 powers made of 6ht- Tax Aaoe nr- W. ichar.s.
The thr ning situation in the bile bay and Pensacola from surveys woM cot 2,005,500. The maximum The ISa made of li T gaMx. L n .
atlsM shpfl4 a6t distract attention made by officers at Fort Morgan .In amount estimate at the Mobile con- PHONE 870. A n s whSe the ro built Tax Ca d e 5- RHbamt .
ebtlrely fum the hostile attitude is e o s f e nta for the necessary 2 m ifles of PRIED AN PRY GOODS The labtrnum oB tes birtbday- inri W i .
amatu i tirei no doubt as to 'be f.as.- Can8818to connetthe inland wale!. ED MN Thbrthdy -t. C
a"Sa VeR sdla are biby of thep rojec The tree i:livig yet. ct
PV~ee l of epj. _s between New Orleans sed Ap.- COMPAL Y.. ...We u .. on=, a.--. t,
standing t6owan n sah other. The The question of cost should be care- achicola, was $23,500,000. I remember, I remember .
hWA bavas just seat Castro another fully considered and the most econem- I ee r I rem mber W tat.
slatai on had Oy envattention be, lcal methods of doing the work be From capt. pauiwdng. Where I was usod ,to pwi C* f_____ 3____2.-C.__2_____
i q T Ie t le | t to- l..... Iot. J jaeksonville, 37n.., Oct 3 I THE SHRIEKER. And thought the air must rush as
se,- i i,- ,It1s my-op0nio that MtOf st -Mr. .andJ..Heea . To swallows an the wing.. P tic.lAnnonceme.
IU not,"leestha 10 per ean st ,e Guii-Gff t Iland erway *&---9- '. 99 -w My spirit ftewt e Ifnre tes ,
The Znckesvlfe Metropolis predicts Should the constructionA t plet. eoro- blinding Thathaly cool ayow,
the p..pst to the state posed dredges for Mobile- bay and Dear Slr:----Rpyt tto your let. Vh lwJld ith which the Hqn. The And summer pois could hardly cool Our
t ie mdment to the state t. Misastsippi Sound be apoved it Is ter of the 24th ma m relative to dr" sevel.t has replaced the se- The fever on m.y brow. W, s s
a t OI are to be voted on probable that they might assist in the proposed canal across the petal- .dateS0 .. smewhat stupid progress of tme .r M t s
0 the eCmg e tleION will be, all of certain parts of the channel when ala of Plorida to connect the pro. the c*NUvPn.we can now gather only rmem lebert,. rqm,.tember at5a
them defeto. It is clear that it not required at their iome ports. posed Atlantic Coast Canal with e ed cries of the victims and ThI used Or tree dark r lender tohi ps At r est of
anbody iWA ssru ofseeing them Wit regard and bei: wishes,. I proposed Gulf Coast canal. I regret to 4SSS35 their fragments. We hear I used to tukteir vendor tops At &e iS
a-.g_ -.y i .Wirs of th eam. state that I do not believe tat It dia td screams and imprecations. "ere close again the sky as
.apted, a0h desire and, the reasons Yours respectfully. would be proper for me to make nay We s tortured and diaevered mem- It was a chil.d. ignoce.
SIt are'nt ben1g made known. HMNRY JRVEY, statement as to the feasibility of the bu s 'er lg through the air. Ha3kell But now tIhlittle joy t o..be bs.s SIit i
MajlM Corps of ngineers project nor its probable cost until and ViyM Foraker and Taft and Bry- Tohak wr w arthero f from h 3eaveSfn afn
iProfe r John Mason Tyler, o ca---e. upon by per authority. sa, tWef contribute to the storm; but That wTomas Hhenood was a boy
?res JOa has sold hTl nead From Capt. Ferguson. There has been two reconnaissance of season -nd logic, of arTin t and -T ho Hood..
u tI (m a--f s .--o--..ld ,hi n eTe Montgomery, Ala., Aowgist surveys made by the Engineer De-. deestra there is nothig-noth- A lot
? $ t zd0 o b elver- Montgomery. Ala., August 2, 19S& apartment across thfelpeninsIla f Flor- Ing whatever. You catch shrieks ol ih=ty *-R og
4 aft & his death. This. 14 a sord Mr. Leland J. Henderson, Secty. Gulf Ida; one for a ship or barge caWs, "1r,- -whelp" and "villian," but not
tk, 8Mce the pnftessor will have no Coast Inland Waterway. Apalalibl sing the St. Marys pRiver to a pVait a vestige of continence and order. a3 SW O L 9
*fV er p tor the article after the cola, Florida. ear the Okeeft ni w Spwamp sad Thie hoM V41tuation has been siub- I" s -
haps ln si Ien. r:-Rejjylug to your better 'r thence seross./tiieVawmp in direct mer y .wave of frenzy and hys-
. Augut 17, 1908, concerning ostal can- e th h EllalT.o St. Mas; r .
ral-m al. project. New Orleans t Alaebl- the other by way of ithe St Job-- IHh gentl~en have been dis- Subscribe f TIe Jo
.----- -.. ot cola, as this question bau ot oo me "___"___.__ J__________ ____ _.'
Sa pllsL dollars worth of officially of course I can make non- -N -
eig~ r eIa- to b delivered ifter Je- cial statement concerning it, but nave
iaber whih shows, says Presi 'ent given the question ,ome study a s '-
maha. Vat the mans .gem", to be prepared for rter tnvtest- -
.-+ ad--- thin ofe------- tion s~ should a survey be directed. Tje -
A^p ueyvial q business. matters of common taft ...atle.; Ciat
is, the desimrability of cheap rates P-I
,TJe 1M #rese in tin number coal from the Mobie l s w. and, an W E I yJIBY
,a. tT s o rol ...+" ..-ro the Missassippi River, b,""th 4. _;
4.0Is lhe d InW t ,roe. would e In favor of a 'wo and use the btst sping rollers and the best grade,- a nd aay cl .
PB ool Un Sn e to ahw tlt the total datace witlon t ,.hnangi -lng T7 .
at the cuT.d 1 Wd Antowt wish. No better tinc tan right NOW to have aw d hade. ve i

to ask y_ fr at 11- -W ce.ts up." And, don't rget the RENUN N A
SfvyK Thaw beW snally bee As to te e pt ad eartainty of awch
be*iImaI the ctiegb OM the X. a casoat these ae aoe eustse aof_
7 staf atWueS fotr the crlminy gmsn s et re
t Ne *wsm wheri It I to f Florida wE b -- -- $ i-i -i m -- &' i .i ,I
* te at a W Vta be prsmttd as to cost. In tis 6 partlgar o K" '
iwt a ecImlea for whie at smobaer qustwIo w i ect ,.
Sw meat now owas eme egrOSt SOUTH PALA OT.
et aa tthe AtIsthn. and ct tth h e f XAT
ra ~at -me r Remneem 2 c1udns... work .w.anlaw
am aut of ltien. era is lUnted to the low water sesmaA,


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HenTan Rdd eWO TWII FSI$d Received From the ******** *00 *******0,90 s 000
Has Spent MAN'. Moey Raised For Den- A snCr
Spent $a~r Den IAttention Democrats'
W Among Germans. ver Convention. $

a s um The Bryan-Kern Club of Eacamabla county has perfected pam.-a
HE DUG DEEP INTO a ?MANY OLD FRIENDS nent organzeaUons and t ameof every democrat sa ald be u pe
................ lowr *Sg" W9 its membership listJ Itcdta nothts to Join but the peesbace Wf yow
SFUTTTN TTA I Tt. N T I T TTT 1 name on the roa will be & ahble auet of the club fr the reason
4f HIS PRIVATEJ UN- Meen. r Br ie- NOT IN SCHEDULE that the primary object of the orgsalvtfo9 is to roll up a m in*oth
democratic vote in the coming -lectlon.!
.1 t ---Ar- k .- .. .;........ e If you will sign the memiberslip coupon found below a"d aU
SMoney Is Coming in Slowly J ,]W" 1 In the List Are Names of the same to the secretary your aIme will be placed n the member.
S and e ratic Leades owes .Fourteen Persons Who hundred of names are being added to the membership list
13.3slr". .sLw amm. o-f LaC --. 9,OU-wS each day. Send in your name.
P a ss"u1 t h e H a-' 'W ~ t............ ......
t"Pass.ing the HatWo o f .n^1..::105 Donated $1000 Each. wm., Moaroe. Seeretar Bryan-Kern Club,
.* 1 fi. 0 etmor=. of St. 9 Box 4M4, Pensacoa.. a. F.
S .as- I outi ....................10.. IS Bir: I am for Bryan and Kern. Please enroll me as a mem.
.. .nrm. aI Mack, "of Bual.. I i b. i er of the Brvan-Kern Club. I shall work and vote for Bryan a
A special trm New York w ys: t CSw, f Clonectiu- rate from the work that is being Kber in the Brcomiyan eleconan
The list of contributors to the t~ ...................... one by the national committee. The Kern in the elecon.
DayJ memi tC. Levy............Seeb ete e
| democratic national cMapaign und, r. C Connectic ut et Ise in this campaign is tae ame ........ .................. ......... ..............
wbMa will be made phinie pext ar............Se. S wduetioa of the tariff, and as a class
Thursday by Herman Ridder, Mallory. of SeLma. the Gera are In favor of a low Precict Nmber
the treasurer. will sow, It. ....... I Precinc t Number... ..................... ........
Z . said that the fund now amounts to P.-W.- .s.r Chcas .. S Ridde's' *ig Donation. 4 Post Ofce............. ..........................
more than $220,000. Of that amount Ph Fo as of Polnvall & Mr. Ridder did not want to say
WO$42,000 came romn tUe Denver con* .. b e ow much of his own money be hadr i 9
ntion fund. car reom of cotuit. s pent in the work for Bryan among li
A partial Uat of the contributors Ma. ...................... the Germans. but it was learned that
given out in this city, shows that. the M livte U. Ifusi of Cincin- t ad been between $35,000 and $50,-
National Demeeratlc Club gave $2,500. y"X V '_amt.o" 540 ,000.
and Nathan Straus of this city, $15260. Mu Carletoo. of st. io*ai s H "Money is coming in slowly," said
In the Ult are the names of fourteen s. or Xt. Paul ...... t .e treasurer, in response to a ques-
personeas who gave $1,000 each and e. T Abbof a Mot 5 tion as to how the funds was growing
enteen whose contribution lere $ a.. .of Great als, "I am going around every day so- Ek each. Mat. ....................... 5* Ildittag subscriptions. But I am doing
% and A fund of $5000 raised by the Den- It n a gentle way. If a man says he T f
v(er heaqaatera is .aid to include . .: .O .OS.. O eainot Icontr lbte or does not care W ite B cl uO WOag
$1A00 gives by Senator W. A. Clark. to do so I do not ask his reasons."
S e Mentman. The only individual con- alone that on October 15 we would Mr. Ridder said he was careful not Qj ntw f om XW gr0som ,
*ople: tributors in this city on the list are make public the namen of all toa- to take any money from corporations V
Nathan Straus, De Lancey Nicoll, W. tributrei of amounts over $100," spid or from oIcers of corporations which (3a4e I "Tl agons
P. Sheehan, Jacob Ruppert, Perry the national sad I do not ml ~ skek favors from the national Gate % wy W aguns*
Belmont, Jefferson M. Levy and Wi-l purpose to anti ipa.e th'at date by edministratlo n. os I_ T- A- .
Sand Ilam F. Burns. The names of many givi an y l names now." "Does tat include oSeers of na-ThiIble in an Ion A
who might have been expected jto Sim e e asked if Mr, Ridder's own tional banks?" he was asked.
contribute liberally to the cvr-Ig na m- o led ia the lisa of $1,000 "No, it does not," he replied. "I do See them in "m tr o df dware D1aOkum..
am mi-i. inThe amest contribu- cotW0Oh ty elatribution has not think it would be wrong to take
, and tlon wa one cent, which came in the been me A re that that." saMd the a small contribution from an offCer T
nmail from Monroe, Wash. treasurer. "I have been paying for al ot a bank."
Defta" m-,t Thewt y. the work ameng the GeOwmans threugh- Chairtan Mack of the national corn. W Jn
Herman idder was surprised when oat the country This work bas been ittee said In Chicago last night that
a d he learned, at the H effuas aese. under way ince July, and you woeal he did nat know that th Neew York
that a list of contribiers had bee be surprised to Iknow how thoreghly headquarters had made public any -_____-








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S-..lW after mew

WO131Rlace
Edin afr ty el by Messrs.
VMS,-intstmLa-
a.s .._ a t abatt;a=4
Tot. V610 VW an be oeln-
h ab llon know i



S l ntertat e ,. the
-hachre Club.4oma-
f, at. 1M Mobabs r Ter; e tals week.
yesaoery. Qauste a tA trtt was created
ere, a t W ao ovefed that the Irmt
y 4 al ra a won by mN. Brandoa
. erbert Hobbs an. her
aI. Walter W Sras. Jh. Massey cutting for
Mrs. lToar a". fourth sister. Mrs.
la, Mees &aIsI Whae t ptured the booby.
a, Care The loe hand was won by Mrs.
Ser, ea. S. o.naiphreras will be
W4 MOW. bmeesex.. zt g at her home on
NorIth DelIVbt treet.

a the am. Sla 1.ERSI W.
a'temr o-a e vas d yeaetsmas to the cor-
aS s_ aresa e in ae
.smvetu tS MAW ass eS-m-IVm s lea that
areas. iot only _.h elbetws I OverS4 and
a.. re"m. tO .h-aIt -b e the peolte
..a.. atWa an I tqss1 aWre astauMy


i Itaat M theamsu-
Sbe



M st dat may help
s. paert 4r. Jst.2 miL T"_i 4atfularn 16s
*7 a b a laa. tU the contrars
ot m of t the

lH is"thenza t fetlh I s heh-t

Stonal i h i .ac-l'ke in its
r.t A-, ia.t the hole laTIs so

S??. PNRSQKAM JENRION.
hat bet
006fiEngde- deepaat

Or by =iss, Ma IsWia has xatureed
kem XAftW& peasant visit

Mr.s aMnd .he light
Wd hI "Pnas, apast M yeaa a d Tueseay with
NSh MLMrs. Magg wo. -
eth Rich, Mr. and I.a 4. eLe6aaghey willU
LOaIaux om sail fron 3aw ?f >fe C64ly0e lVA
abrajtad at next ainray -e Maeughey. after
Say. Oct visiting jamTW 11.amday or two, will
and Mrs. go to Bruha0lk., -a t manke a visit
beet, Moe to her bretodor. U 9 raak Aiken, be.
r the wed tore returning. -
7 o'clock.
sts e Aev. J. J P. frry. who has been
Moay. In- Pastor f t. 1atber church for
a after No. the Vast year.,baiee tomorrow to take
avenue, charge of Oft- the-large Episcopal
churches In AMAkta.
ORMs r.t .ftMr. adchild rived
aS b eentardat Lu."'Vw pes where they
SMVb bee ailNmril. Jolain ingMr.
BBm- e Jacobs, whe i agn aJetleing man-
m&% lum ager of ThU mjWaal.
l. tsto Mr. J.. I fAA-MSe, of Chicago, a
.4 IcLess mat of M r. WI t Keiaer, is
a visit in at hbla bay shore home.
fa Sar f The mrie a Of at fa iRauscher
L.0 will he glwb te hewto=8M e is doag
well after doVtlses.
5 Mr. A. L. Pe. a rmineat lawyer
of Detba Aa1,4 is ib-e tlefriends in


2"966 .OL


r Mrs. JohP Ope-ala.m after a short
visit to M t -. L-. Taylor, I. now
with her er r. Mrs. j R. Meade.
Tl may friOs orf Mrs. Pauline
, HMmreya hw e glad to hear that
me tIs b rwvin although still con
LMd to bhameM.


Mr. B. P, wolf eft Satkrday night
t a three wik's vasatiola New Or-
leanand a ebite.
S. Mr. ad -Ml- H. "Oft. ABm returned
-MO m hbIh 'l t .*Mt. singing en-
p4.' 35Ug Mr.JANeiAClird4 who has
bean aeroaely il M e- the past week.
TnMro ao 0re- It- was stated yes-
a w r e I menmew- thft the next- meeting
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Club, which was enteertalied 4 oe
by Mrs. J. Campbell Avery% Jr., wuldd
be beld with Mrs. Julias OUrtg.
Mrs. Wan. Sytam, and "da r.r, S,.
lose, of Gulfport, Miss., who' have
been the sveets of Mrs. -Rutherford
and Mrs. E. Hutchlamon, are in Miltoa
visiting relatives.
The friends or Mr. and W.:Jv.'
Watns V. S. N., winll miss the b nro
their midst, they having left S ay
for their new station.
Mr. W. J. Draper, of Atlanta, is is
the city ow ai short visit, the guest ef
XTr. Ja. I. Nix. .
MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY;.
Hundreds of oushbamps will be
satisfied oply witt Blue Ribbon Via
nma or Lemon. Quality courts and
wins out in the end.

S*6N MEMORIAL.
Mrs. Mary E Jee.

This estimable lady died after a
S1mg and patiful laeas, ea Tuesday
evening, and was today carried by her
sorrowing relatives a"d tried eadd
placed at rest near. her pareatea ,
the Parry Pass cmetery.,
Mra. Jeos was the oly
of th =e war Witre aw
wife of Heary W. JM s. B W-
taher ad hub"d were Alt l
homered mheru Of mAmIa JT
No. 1i. and te many -embes ef t60
itdge. extend to the t e s~dam an#
ebhldre their sinaere ympt I- I
their loss. The 'writer has bto a
Mrs. Jon str many ~emm I I I I
a woman of quiet sad dMae4i@ lift
kind hearted. and =of two piet
She did her duty Afit -e
station of 11e towhich ..
God to call her, and the wo ibp
t ftor new life and example.
NOTICE- OF R OAL
I have leased stor *. Wa
North Palaez street. 1
shall be glad tosee all my
and many new e there. .
Yours for n

Watch for tbqusewti

NNIT6 STATES A -
GOOD .CU
Washington, Oct. 4.-
States, is one of the bet 'F
the Brltis pottery indu
estimated that forty per es
factured clay m p to
The estimate funrat tahe
meant or f001..0r" Iand -_6.
that the output of the -bII S!
to about 3 .WOO a annual
each year approximates $12 "
PHONE 870.-
FMISUMAN DRY GOODC
COMPANY. -


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p, _;-,- O .---*rn the
WOmt IN-- Ther



Mobile Is Thaatened With
Au.OysterWP Jes

Be Law -Cmupding the
rg o* Oyra.


oeMlIe, Oct. IA .-'pC idering the
Sfact That the aeratf September 1906,.
almost compneatly destroyed the great-
er portion o e itles In Mobile bay
and Its tributaries. the prgalse for a
Syielmd ad the meo aly aoeaent
quality Oft estmr the Ipeaent stasoa.
Smemarkably w goed." Sach was the
statement of Jan.es Lly, oan of tne
best knowa oyster mea operatic in
Mobile bay.
The beds have tally recovered from
Me damage sustained, he said. and
Shield is as good As could be asked
But nMr. I ly made a further
statement which wll prove well
worth looking Into. with reference to
the. bivalve Industry. ps which so
many people in M5A6i and at othep
points in this county depend to a large
extent for a liveMhood.
"Unaless tete As aAm*ethinU done
and dm e very quickly," said Mr. Lly.
"the beds will be in far worse c l-
tieo thaa they tre Immediately after
g'.. great otrni; At present there is
Number OStersab teing caugt
'e pube r4i a such a manner
urm e .y ai4W tthe be& of ay
f toI The catchers,
lwad Are e tttg the oysters for fA.
I o atof. Alhma. we taking -every-
ta wh w i bromht up in the
rahs. Thi msama that the t"ny
p MMr whch, if take, trim the big
r and cast hack on the
B would make oysters very shortly,
are bldag takeS away with the others,
mmd aW & sIN -the bmee for propa.
gatiUO Itovery poor.
"If there was m1e way by which
th* a0 enis .aedl bp made to enll
thAr cbheas on the reefs the seed
m ba alaxa .aad thqbdspft infUe
twprosper. UStmSthee is aeimeaing


THE SCHOOL SAVINGS


BANK


SYSTEM IS ALSO TO FORM A
POPULAR TOPIC OF DISCUSSION
AT THIS MEETING, WHICH
PROXIASC TOE OF INTEREST.

Introducing agriculture in the pub-
lic schools of Escambia county is to
be one of the matters to come be-
fore the School Improvement Associa.
tioll at tit meeting tomorrow after-
noon. The mieeUting is to be held In
public school No. 1. convening prompt-
ly at 3 o'clock and it promises to
be one of the most Interesting of the
many recent sessions.
The subject of introducing agri-
culture in the schools has been agi-
tated for several weeks, and it i.1 tbh
belief of many that-if such is done i1
wi-l rvew~ of great benefit to- many
of the pupils.
The naviugs eank in the public
schools ia to be another important
matter to come up for discussion at to-
morrww afternoon's session while the
arrspr-onts for the cbrysthanthe-
Mam exhibit are to be completed, and
annnement made regarding the ex-

By special request the
Bijou Theatre" to-day will
ruM "Salone, or the Dance of
the Seven Veils," as pro-
duced on the roof gardens in
New York during the sum-
mer, with two other reels of
moving pictures. Admission
5 and 10 cents.


El


Pine yst. Oct. 14.-We are en.
joying the pleasant weather after our
little old sap of a week ago.
mad Mrs. J. T. Ransley and
smo. Arthur attended the farmers in-
stitmte inbeti.g at Cottage Hill last
Wed--dey.
-ba DisWammd has gone to work
In eeimls.
I Walter Martin and Miss Winnie
Peters, who =ecetly returned to Pine
Forest *ae- p, 13., were united
in marnfaIt IS P6msacola last Wednes-


Just Received
A 2 Is_ W o f30, meet and mixed
*pleI .Iai r.m, plecles, eat-

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'"We" falet a Ftgo*"s arriving


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FUR-TRIMMS -OF M IOAi.CLOTH. I
The Illustratioa shows' *4 ttAUwe ptaea gowas delge '-
street wear w:th an outer eot fu. t The model, wicPh bwas
ed for wear with a seastkiar gr a aftsal bswS browWs
trimmed with buttoma of tooee e1 eto slsklln thsae
little eambdery to rich shades um.* a==o ao=a -W
introduced In the front of the *bal e -w the yok, wah we a Of
tucked net. The long sleeve ; ifDw iet tribwmed 'In 11 ,l
button.. p W ..- I


.EVERODYv HA AVE DEAUTIFUL
H MNOW.- nd g *AV, &.t h.W.
wa mademA med sath wermmsls eiu.
to& winl ant=uoam~'b& i- ev ak
as -w i puain


Grow
Hair


PROV

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1 f4gf be faeaeea.
."Aga l," be =a& -1 al in a post-
Itoe to kow that tbm is a firm
which has a eatract to. catch &,a
barrels of oysters the public reefes
which are to be o te m private
beh, the esteim .belaf whatever is
irea t Upp fm the bottom. This
SU- barrels of oysters taken fonu
the public ree.s at this time of the
Wr U when there is a larea moust ol
smaTf"sters on those which are mar-
ketable .ad aich should be thrown
back mms ot lea s than 30,000 bar-
rbt of ysters UXen away and nothing
put om the beds to replace tw .
"If these private beds would result
in saything profitable to either the
state Or the people generally there
woUM be ae cause for objecting to
planting the private' beds. But there
ha been Mostrated the fact that
aot one In a dozen private beds have
*ver rested In anything profitable.
ano therefore the wholesale taking
from the publUc reefs ot-the oysters
AbimM be abateL."
It t .understood that there will be
an effort made to have the oyster
plfts of Mobile bay and its tributelier
protected, as are the mame and fresh
water fish i Alabama.
She Likes Good Things.
Mrs. Chaa. Smith, of West Frank.
lin. Masje. says: "I Itke good things
and have adopted Dr. King's New Life
PUN as our family laxative medicine,
because they are good and do their
work without making a fuss about it."
Thee painless pWMrlers sold at. all
druggists. 26.
DANCE.
By NPeacola Concert Band
at Arm6ry Hall Thursday
night Admission, 35 cents.
Ladies free.
Watc for the sensation at
the Bijo.







%RICULURE


ITm SCHOOLS

School Improvement Asso-
ciation to Discuss Mat-
ters Friday.


day. W.e all wish them a 'Aappy and-
prosperous future.
B. A. Davis and daughter. Miss Ida.
were In Pine Forest Sunday.
Chipley Diamond was up qt Mt.
David last Sunday and Monday visit.
ing at hiss old home. \
Walter Martin and Harvey Peters
were in Pensacola yesterday. Mr.
Peters has enlisted for four years in
the navy.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin expect to go
back to Elgin, Ill.. next -riday.
Souvenir post cards have been re-
ceived from Miss Flossie Church. Miss
Currch is now in Chicago
There will be church services in
the, Baptist church next Saturday eve-
ning at 7:30 and on Sunday at 11 a.
m. and 7:20 p. m. Sunday school at
10 a. m. Mr. E. E. Rice mastor
There will be church services in


Toth I.olad III


The union Sunday school at 3 p.
m. in the Methodist church.
Affairs of tate.
The Cabinet is in session.
Roosevelt-He's a liar.
Cortelyou-Say that he' undlagaled.
Root-Call him a thief.
Meyer-Say it's a shame and a dit-
grace.
Wilson-Accuse him of the druga'.
Bonaparte-Be sure aad desoemee
apollsmogering.
Garel*-Don't forget to call bhi
a rascal.
Wright-Show no quarter.
Metcalf-What did Hearst say?
Straus-Say he's a scab.
-Milwaukee News.
Subscribe for The Journal


ies of Pensacoia


Out Mr. Fiber, with lady as-

sistants, will be at the Merch-

ants Hotel on the 1th .nd

17th., with a bWautiftl line of

Ladies Ready-to-Wear Suits,

Dresses and Novelties.

You are cordially invited to in-

spect the line.


GUS MAYER .-& CO., Ltd.
s NEW ORLEANS.






BUILDERS AND BUILOI MA


Who they are and where they may be foamnd I
you are going to build anything, co-mIt The
Journal's-Buildin Directory.


F. M. WIT-T-TAMS,
Contramw and IMO-.
Widnllus, PmPs. 9s6e4d r0 ,
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PLUNau~m TheOI *kA.
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4(eW .1 Fifts owasdre 64ex-
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quelikies. k inpI ame sd
it to t6asscalp ms ad r
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6arImagiusm to grew
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A lady lives Calfonxia writes
in mwhstom anmhWows:
I have boovlean nitrevm.'we.m
fat hopir Susie 5**vowal Matha
waniorflal sintor he~rbm =ua*-
Amah seer k8. Nebww henor
Afterawdqgsixtjis-'bottle I
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ho*w Jueny.
Thkis Great Hair-Owowa
lag Rm.edy =- MeW be
kad Meall drU96gOift as hus.M.1
25C. 50.ftdas& @
per bottle.
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sui bsfree coupon to the
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with thwiafinae maad m
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16, Ivms


BIE'IED Al
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& I *e ~May Have. -
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rENTS THAI T P AY :": **"
SWhat You Have Someoe ay Want.UL

FT it. sa. What You Have Someone Else May Want.


"- a .ThI
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*pUff VYMi WANTh
B ANY AMOUNTS


LU cash 5 per ene owf, da onas .rip
low and #r16 per -*. see a me*M
mS2%- price is "ef*. i'epe --d tase whtt
buy this per"ty w. aso to anka
maokeys

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THE A. 1, C OF INVESTMENT
to to Wb wef the prie l must Ino seaoe in value.
sad Sy Wher W s prtle-lareest of the Seller to Haw Tltk Property
The arst roee as soplain that no argument is needed. 'The second of
them two rl-
y roWsh, R e ftr 0 1s ne. of the eller to Hav ew tt Property
Grw sWorth maet carol Consideration.
The broad pcip at Ru Saes advice. "Young. Man. Buy Real
Estate," wlUsoon-ank with Horace Oreeley's aphoram-."Young Man, Go
We.ant d the adsese sgod -bt does it not trik you that Ifyou are
going tobuy St weBM buy the best, that is buy lots with the
All we ask to do Is to compare our East Pena"l Ilots with any
other poery or. around Pensacola.
We m t car c .enectins through to Magnolia Bluff withIn
"'^vuwnS -0%lSstw i~acla*dlng lofta now fr $50 and Lip,
seliek fnt petoo~W4 on the. sa~m"Wt pani at 10 per,:ent-, dwift
seIs
and 5ipewe an Interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
meOnly ots_ be old Jmp*?1pice. When this allotment is
sOldnO furth-er wll be made by us until after street car line s co-
aftSlx r ago a few brave souls bought lots In Vw City for $50 each.
Tb=o ear 0 a* was eMxtded i and may these lots have sold
fatr $6.6 eac ls then. East Penaacoe wildl as well. The biggest
boom that ever ocuwred in the history of the world, will within the next
fwyerstake* m BReal etate, and mark these words. East Pensacola
we Isa sl .to desirable pa rtIes. We *hall have some Intoteresting
No ite old'" ". ' -* 4t-afinr n IL] i ti.as


$1600
For 1013 E. Strong
St., a new, attractive 5-
room cottage, with all
.modern improvements.
Terms, $50.00 down and
S$25.00 a month.
Ti[ Call and see our list
of property.


THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
.M tC .RENT COLLItCT
kRAL STATV.- RENTS and LOANS
20 S. PIlsakx Ut. -.P*We T7. Pemasseve, Feede


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Ewr I I^W W~ggW 'U 2V5nB6 lts ami DniU r 6tIe I W^t 09&l HELP WANrED. Re1 EstateTransfmr
W RP-16 r3aI 11-W11l-BUUh IBWU | The Pensacola Investment Co., WANT E ffas ex
I-, 1i_. a tailor shop Al. e- wo lern Ne W. 4 ex t1
ft 0 0 At Y O -amM i n s eL A pplyWSt..Imo-.n shaop, .om an. u .r -e ,y t
.. **.TO simnt y ad 9-fit 0 14 Ap W. I t=9. D 1 IS


A DO FORCrsLE. a Gdn st aM e WLY PYakeral housewBE W -The E. 14 of the N. W. 14
r a 5 ?at- oaUlot 1 2lA Nook at the lots nd -A st-class e ook. o N. 31 W.---1O00 a other co
4.ueste at604 at WB When you can b10 a bome cheap alay. Apply 225 N. tpwieattoee
X -- N mo_.i. m a ,-ndo-d eon suchh easy tens? 4 w. O tw i ta a O m B
zwruf.. up 1 Monchay.ea .eB ao H iW S. Reeve to Mary H. Th;mpe
"lacw w l o ot.A cash an. a tli will bt Buys a Cottage Home in solicitor to The N. W. 14 of the N. 14 t
189VIQ THU CITYPrc rooserstphallabuhu et E st Residence Section sell bl ankets, cfots, s 1-2.o the N 14 an e S. .
.... / a ca.sh a -d 32 5 wI b"uy o t Of East Hill, block from monthly ins a i ste r IIta
.a. os,. -room .and. ball house on East I=iCo., W .Governmnt .oS or of o
^*At*^ * W* street. w ep at $. g_ I car b 6 rOQms, new. 2, N .R. 31 w.-W91OO sae other a
"W W L ANTIQUE -10 cash and 35 a month will C bi ,mca e 6roQmsn w 0T"E Lady 2.e Nteemw,1n N .a
IFp g -room ouse on Ns. mu. Pe. 8_S, _bath, hot and cold water, va. to and e .. seo ar- s.n to A A. piser-
V. .4 Ut 84,FL_$M ,, buy om0ofthe PrettiesthomesGoodmony sells .:-gh.BAe"
____" _t-t- in the tcity ,on.Eas eblok- of sanitary connections, 9- 10 Ea Government a 0 A t
3"!mmy5^44a. zes.eTss..e-~~ arw~ line," -~~mn~ *. _foot front and side gal- rr MAKEms NO DvURUNCE wtt A.0 to Arthor
;AF .tr LIV E lery. South front. Large f uor sl e r eto h1 t ea e it 1 to 4 .4 lo
.STOCK. .Le- ..E.oBrooksGo. lot The balance like ms an o
be10*1AND PoULTR s u c rent. Don't slave for eata d q- $1.a00sa oter iab
I ...- _.our landlord. uncISAvs a" .r. .... ...--., ,
n -- lcta t. h Postosflce Clerks. Enowa mao. h.er Addltio.-$1.00 ad other co.. U
__. BA November Ra8.way
ch -e- ,1yu ge .Fo FOR RENT. 5 lots on 16th ave- ust*o C. S.. ES t_.

W Jssro*e.Fo1On1C in this section $1100 WANTED-rkMCstll-ogn w t woman to ts ao $sinfl at Tm

trite- uMr-_nint ydays.4FORoon- BA-LEafd hNorP ooiu;ie 6 pasitdnPcr- .. ..m a regeate 11 eeol .

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-." "=_ -1=t Ba z' a" -Mp c k- Maur.. |jlc.p jtp wANT ADS. N. T. v^ m. o. o% S
FOR S.AL a.-- ..-.=--... ... ....n. St.. reet..... t. t f .".............$ 250- 1 311 -* w**h *-* i -- aI m. o BoxF
5avest m tu ,. os., .s w^ ..-j. f... ,g a .;;:: APALACHIaOTFA. WA, reference sitmp" t usm t..to's .n's
writ Ors. W.t street and3th4a9 5 TE 9ri ssectin. Strt........ s t




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S. t loc TJhURN P mD s Tarrg-o S treet ........%.2.00 r ______
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-. - -E .to buy s om.. J. K w! ce d hat ien ld eNa ooma S5 n l Totown t. riends.. They are re.dy for t--es. A me e t ag <.. g p
W0%;e"442STa the day T. The F3 r Real Estate W-gb-- N cSm on wt ..........$IS.0S SS






Sbr, e i fa rel t anedr- rR StiECTORS... MONEY TO LOAN. .. t ,,8 .3- oom ..04..a...2,wu h ldi,
So. t MTSC nT.Tt ANEOUS. P** w. ar o. t ee. ..--..
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ua r a n > q* N antle from Pen- NOTICE--I wl not bn resonlbbe for I YOU HAVE tag for rent why not Are you eettina d per cent net (r l t an d the B tten ho the
Seio, wl at'" Olive s*.the* sdebs contacted ^ vSavStele maert it1nWA T ADcolum.0T .EYAerSy, .monU?.If not. o nt at 5. s SffteleSLwB be ae me-t mse1 ghe pl
e ahia 5 TBf re ooort or CAToT e el0Ne M.-I 12 1e 6ure to e$00 ius "comn12 o56e ca.n plaic me= fr t sl e N .-
othem s ;h l them weigeaaos ahru sis em Wtare btannd, b l Ca t 2t. 6W r m














yow meg CT hse ae8e. t eleMs-te. ..l with woven-wtr .O RENT-_ Ho_._ m..... dos p, AOa. H. l ,OA. D..
1loctly tenerst, clearedpa. rtly tim- IP YOU WANT TO BO RRW mnr: Two rehoue with private sidetrek. no B Br J JNO. A. MERRITT &--4 Cpta* He TaMd he magIH
.. .. . r batu and other f you would ke to lend a me at ta r toM s 1 or t arde n near Pate ........... s12.56ee. *-



S- o nt e.-aa-. o Por aer 11 as Wr t .M. uafrlr l at br y ay S 'Why
h.ave .e*,.ured N...na .. .P. H p a ... ... .. .r_ Po A; A LS P et n hav sa me b D N TSn.gg w .m..e. ..t ir .
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r. .a.. .er, _.r.< Maaet pO-fl'gg,. t or as sno udn'ot siN,, two FO, a d oc l ver can he tame to e up m X" t I "- i -t- hoe ..b at ha
l ,a r Otl 8 Palaeox et Tosl oattarl ot o Iduf and payan r cote. Ad fo 5 d at The tOUr use r tOatly, he
rsl t at theleadMar ambe, "HlA g ency coi ne eA4
Saa not ySoU? UMM a e es- o"-*- PEii eRSONAL. EOUN-The right place to buy blankets, he .ll. told h at e .
hoomT alm In: P m ept JNOf i" 2. BEMarIosa ITR t MO NEYTo LOA .. ... -" .ill Aca ri- r...i. away. Te hastoo eN Pl
1sO P N dwm.. have 1 ,00.00.d" nNuARner RitAIPORT ane-
a Da fur e re hous go condon. now rentedC.fefanoe str eeheh e r l eYOq O:UG r.l r reaT ou tr Th ca5 2cetmrgesoctyeloadTTNtmerethKatec A

T-- tra 'hed or ,f anh ... ... .B t rooks......... T o.. ... "lIh ty the 400* re t e
**am sou bmad i s1ti leRMa 1t9aaue f a or&nTheeJouw. JaMarre Anayle- F. Cee. cohm t.e r t sathidhe ostc o
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CHAIRMAN RADCNWFE OF THE
SCOUNTYrv EXm COMMIT I mSIVLYCt i
5TEE FURNIshR @FWICIAL LIST _m -5
FHW O THOSE WHOOP NAMES WILL butler to.
S" APPEAR ON THE TICKET IN THE o. .al .Cil
- .GN tOENERAL ELECTION. ohave, ni n
to y eatldier
Chairman F. B. Rdeltffe of the. Et iea1e
, . -r b cambia CountyD .emoraUc Executive it
H1 ha' benk s Thcsoteosi eC0 Te Committee has furntahed The Journal whihly." C
9-a the following li. o. the .. .... ,e ,
Dethroughmoratic tatea county theeart, was killed by Edwar
-M... e s. l.. For tGoverr- Albert W. Gi hris t. BALLARD




then aeros e Atlanc ocean to. te Deaer, of C ne. wh ~_~i..eWa.u. Tucker oy with an axe: ht ESOW-
S tak the trae wins from verpl prl 1er. fre Cour CO. S
to the t o ut Amer- et o w Conres-J. M.Walter Keoer. a mus y Moe a
ia, a 9 iles.^ in souhirdm.erof May t ead FaIr br. o thrs ano
bshi d ef ti o ees' For Presidential Flectore-H. P. b hby a in
fs a r et. tSBto Bally, P. W. Batter. Robt. E. Davis, : fe ond T
r", uGeo C. Martia, Saoel Psco. -- b
O. he led from. De. S which i secretary tate-H. Clay Craw i at
-or Attorney., Gperal-Park M. in sojrlSB sti s ummSSa. Fla
IEII. piltik ***fon account of an exiting rivalry be- bound for San Fraacsceo a For Comptroller-A. C. Croomt hd t
-I teen the maters, a race across the Five guea per cst, has been paid For State Triasrer-W. V. Knot. a ver-ct declaring that Allen Fair.
ocean has been arranged. The course on the iron ship Japiter, of 1,451 tons. por Commixstow-r of. Agriculture- who was shot in his left side- just
SIfron Glfph t If out through the gulf buiot at Bel as in suth, Me west. B. Mcun. above the heart, was killed by Edward
... of Mexico, along the Florida straits, Harland & Wa. ad owned by J. State tended o Pubc Fir; that Edward Fair was ktiled by
[ T.'-then ascroa ts Atlante ocean tthe Deaty- er, of Copenhrs age wA cha loieastruction--.s oowa. Tackera Posey with an axe: that Ed
,Canaries, t ia e taktag tShe trade winds from Ierpool April 17 boa. for _or justice f, the Supreme Court- ward Fair was hit ov.r the head with
Sto the southersa pordA of South Aer- Puget Sound, and wae spokes J-ne 2 m. A. Hocker, Th. M. hacklefr. a musket bOk Mrs. Minnie Posey, a sis-
ks, a- thitane 1, miles. i s 39 south, 55 west. er Railroad CVmiaemar-R. C. ter of the dead Fair brothers, and
Se o--Ii Te PreeWre a- a, record hard Five guineas per cent hasCo. For upe u hat Tucker Posey is supposed to
m .to boet, hating made the fastest time on the steel ship Acamas of ,7 5 toss,- F ore Att T-C L. iSO.-. ha been shot--by Edward Fair. in-
Skae tie a rteti ce ntry to that port. built at Maryport in .97 by esrs5 Tltnr Wiggins, J. citing a flesh wound. The tragedy
onb vear Sre t I ysge. ten 2a4tha Ritson a Co., and owned by ea it tVStakes. grew out of Edward Fair's jealousy of
Sm ag Shg"tFe sailed ftrom Geai Dec. 3. which sailed from Rotterdam Apri, a4otif-J. C, Van Pelt his we, who is said to have once
I orIn sight of Mount Strant, West Ind1 spoken June 28 aIn 26s ath, 39 west.. terest in this section. Taer Fair
i1' Jan. 7. a rnd-i. ed Ta Otpert Jant 17, a o. ectr-J. Roberts brothers were sons of the late Carter
^ M ._ _p D n hr n,1 au n an wee ,r-nowrwi 0 esTt, and Arrive &.ax 0W nRchair an i. ,.ved about four miles from
a du I i of iaH -00 tr m per h t twentlt Donna Christina, An sch Or FCntyTDretsurer-JE d. Wil-t Mannasss,
S. edt daws o all. SI e was buildt In 1 6. Bellae to master. r to uty e .
.s a 8 0 FT OF V La IN rT County Ju4e-Hnry ellinger -.PHONE 870.
trthaialle. r* 3.a 0.rtak Rom Saltmirarh, Br. uronWitten.,:1-" *ecob- e gD.o t ct f. s uCOMPANY
te b o thas mbers from toe Italian, vem Cruw to the Keyser-, Muld Co4 For ountyie o I tVSteott M. S -ANY.
'kJam.slightly& or,-and t also a very H9tagpool, gB so, Campbell 2992 tetofe
Strim craft. Shq Is In commd of pr ints to J. A. Merritt t OY ACCo. FAr Clerkof SCl.l Cet of Rec



al twe Ccie a he wad or i)umgte Br as--o,.N.C. ,S r La Pin.qfe Friwy Oo 1t at ]"Ao
ia Bedringtes.orwa in th. TIhe D3Sr to GDulkTrars-t C For upertoitea of Pbc ed Up m t bundles for
emeI t e time a t .e ture ofeach Bolton Ball Br on. 2675. Galveston atrcth B, _^ afrm e Sc a btttndle, at The jour.
|- idagLLrjtut -t in l s aoda w arltwood, a. -l samber., Jmawrttas te r* SC
6tK # am ok ast waked wtth t. Tje -bets 1is Las Palmas to the KeyerW-Ao r|r 3eter -
Sfllws _- li eslosta nd. wfth,* odds tly Int favor of Co. r-- ; No. 2-Pra-k bL .nna-e.. .
s p 1.-the Italin. t10. ir.m, arebe WSra ST JA. lt

g_-____ T.ploi-n r" t 0i to u u wn mM. UTeupool to Orani --r*. For uterno. ,3isrit N ton J PL c nesrTrIy
Thie number and net tonnage, of BriL- AnWhite Jackit. Br h1, arey. IM-, os e ew. toiv iAt. AHc MAW S BS.
Ish ivessaeare ssels 1 whoe lose re- St Vincent to J. A. Merrtt p Co. er AbercroB- Ial convocation of M.
p ortns ware elve4 at the Board or Doaeste, Br s.i Bippoe, 1, Car- ble. p Cr.s-eNo.o 6,s R.A.
-p arwood Trade durin the s moth of eptember. df to F. Julias Sc Ihreyar. or Custodian of .ost al-ber Geo. 1 orday. October inth .at
SP ar trt 108 d the nvmer of lves lost, are Sandown. Br ts. Patrson, 27W3, J. Blocumb. i d V degree. Visre it-
the streeWM as-follows: Tampioo to OuM Trassit Co. Tor Supervise #' Registration-J. ng companies fraternaly
ain Thiarty-four solngn vessels, 5,543 aet AaTa, Aust sa.Blch, 13"4, Gal-D. Gog. ted. H. W. GIBBS,
Ss r awd th A. tesnase, 7 amves lost. avesto to utTras it CO. or County onomssataser District W. L ANDERSON. H. P.
.T.' l lt.rat.. Prteen stepesahips S net te- Brita s Victorea, .Stphas, 2A4, HaNi 1 IL_, e K. Oerti. secret-ary.
Sacred lapperst Nat 431 eves eopt. drnant Hyer C. For County ofnm thme District F, 4 A. NM.
p'i oundS. The ls are thus 4 ressels ofea 11,- No. i -Joseph Brown. eReul. ar communication of Pen
'tonsa" 5" My*% lachiding 4S .... .... Norsu Baker. 1.. .Ter C-a-ty --i- e -"trict 15 S Ahgy No, A.
a g e" Capt. Frit Tes lost n the eeerYI King. Aeret to o-ro Hanseh ,a7. 4 3...he..S V e Vt e Fere .a




"I N436.m whic D ourred n oocl catk.Vi..sitg.t ngnsomeets atrbr htsethren f Colum
tl agoesaig eel o 3 tos sad Nen.Portbk, Crstst e ne For Jontyir ofthemssac e District .raternalETnWSted.
hadesterdaysan*Komon J4Y28lost.1N Iso bkNo. -D. J. eQuarrie. T.-.lcar misos.
Meow. s. n r Bith pWouee aboa d re Anoio, i pebs.o 142'o. o unty Comissioner District E ScE Secretary.
IS -l wR ports osved I the mionthf and not g Aton mase bo 6-j. R. Stewards
T t a Masteo left at 5 of wrecks.whibc occurred 'arlag the Iaa t werBt lTr Jasetice od the Peace DIatrict VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
eat for I h. wmuth. No t the reports received 1 bon to Rta M. bt Nms e.-N. 2-R 1t4 Nickelsn.. Volunteer Veteran.Firemen's Associa-


cargo. The stesla 4 September rela tem to eae 4nlt.es Sal to, NorbkHansonar, 733 serttle. .r Justico ai n at e.. Ofthe oP o .
" g^* mm .+ t?--M+. S. occurred I.g Sis /n? s.CbelotoItxM R^,^ ob w "^ 7 t i"SS F t ons, leets at Knhta yof Columbusg
or0 N T--e 7' LM.N, 1o. Beno s oHa n o athe first FridayIneh m D. month.
lpThe ures incldet losaaeen oat M0 Porterk.ritt&.Co. RUC Fpor ostaoe of tre Peae Watrict, No. H. N.AeNDR D EWLI@ST,
e em- ney ta llng vessels of t2,087 tes and fouar M -Robins. Harris ABE DANIES President
hmttW S. Shteme, tof,2 tests beltoang to Wa ths,-Nor bk, Johaee t149C. justicesofthe iaceDistrictNo. Secretary.
tet 1 1 n. m. n Fi British pgean1 sMess hresd, R TvOeli S Averpnool to Master. .-W. H. Mitchell.
e wilal *la the less of t o-e gvs of 44l persw Boroandale, Rans bk, aPrr Tor Justice of thb Ple P Diptrt No. DAt e MTWSat oF RECTCKAH.
two trgip l, hU Of whow ItwONlost In selling ve* 19L. Pt.gNolat to mast. 1.. Little.= No.Io. ** 0 of
4 1 we t'eelal a"d 44 33 1 steamere. NWor bk Western Monarch, wWars Wt Constable District No. -Cha. C Ot P it a
M w the t t t v eas per cent hasM been i erritt Co. or Costable District No. 3-*C. H. R. CCA maS Nas oN
o eT *the steel tpa(masted bark Moam- P JaOks LYsDcRITOry.
20 t ** blaie, of 2.245 ton. buiLlt at Port Glasr i a Oct Co-v stable iIstrict No. 4-W. V. L C




Oet. M. 1887 by Megars. B. WilHlameom & Son, here the Arst of the week. *Mse withdrawn as nominee. -L**v Pgsscmia. l.*aw Ft. Sarrancas.
Oct. 2o. and owns4 by Messrs .. Thomas & Mr. and Mrs. McCants, of BB-anm 5 :2 a. mn. .................. :e0 a. m.
1< p Port. Cohi at I elh sailed srom Bar. passe thrughher last --y. llent Health Advice. 6 00 a. m... ...;:............:15 a. n.: A
SOctober. 1 ry May 27. be-n Str Mewfleses, and rhte to Minaimaippl where they wet Mrs. M. M. Davison. of No. 379 Git- 8-00 a. n. ................... 1:45 a. m.
gui DnedemaOct. 15. Seven Sale** per cent has been lyo rt. war of Electric Bitters a' a general a. T: .........10:15 a. m.
Sor Hre-Baristetr, No. Paid o the iron ship Leictatfr Castle, Mesirs. Wl luster an4 fao ^tao- tasily rem.dy, for headachew bio: Zt : .. .. ................ .11:45 a. m.-
Oct. 15. 1382 by Messrs. Oswald, Mordaunt last Monday, en route to wher. is g pronounced that I am prompted i: p .. ....;..... 1 p :.
er sbsutute. Co., and owned by Minrs. J. Joyce & they went to visit Mr. e par to say a word In its favor, for the 2. ..:..1.......... 2:45 p. m. Jr8S
;,a-n Chant-aT- Cm0 of Uverpool, which saied from ent& beneft t those seieK. m. ..,.... ....... .p. m.

S Plu rs, 1561 toss and the Nor. paid on the steel bark Oradde das this week. Uko2 L mn. T:15: US0 p in :3 S
b- br Anstrai. 1,225 toea, Dchesse Olga. e .748 tosi, built at r. M. Beggett, t eeagt altdr t 9:6W p. m. 8:0p.m. -c .ii. 9:30 p. m.
ethtlei fron Gulfport. Nantes in 1399 by A. Dubigeon. and here last Monday on ne) s bull. -l 11e:0 p. mn. 8.rni11:3e 3) R.
eazga '2or Resnri. The owned thee by the Societe Anosmye ness. He is very popularE thW :** p. mo. fe:30 m 11:"30 p. I.


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for everyone to have a -Bank Account", wlta very slight
effort "How use doth breed a babit"--in saving a dollar
in our Savings Department' and add small amounts each
week ,or_ unpth tnjoou a not forced to spend~ sad before
you know it you wfll lind yourself on the road to wealth-
We pay 4 p0 cent inter-ip, eympv ended quarterly.

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
PENACOLA, FLORIDA.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.


Pensacola Bank & Trust Cc


T. A. JENNINGS,
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Capital, $2,000.0
CARL H. JMPNAGA
Vice-Pressi*at -d Cash
DIRECTOR
M. L. "Roc, J Jenimngs,
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VMS@ l ar r-epted tMe fastest es Armnteurs antels. which sailed people of this place. I -I iw.p. m. ;
s ft" .gateori- the p rt. "nd from NewcastlX, S. .W, June 30 R. C. Harris. e Mities. 0 | Thla ;iS Aro nasacela wil
.. day in d around i--, U-p. train tm Barrams will make all
-oty.. -son Saturdayifs when a local
The -e-oeratilc rally tet t f C Bes a t m
have taken place here last 0nex-mlilei.ezcwt ow saturday after- A
1 proved a failure owing t4 .ln Osbes
SIB i! t id 'ifrin an appeal ranc 1: .._15 a. : "
Dr. Thompson. of D.eF "W wa p:,. M
.....i e Moo wch s ic, h called to Milligan. today. o* Dearts Tucker and ru a les.---ensacola at
an46wttoe~an a week VRO Th bo is d" slonal business. He was called to 5t- Jwy
111m1: and a ,w anitey Ti- e odf ssint t-e tend Mrs. Hamilton. . SUNDAY SCNDULL WP
I ie. is a -in m. Rev. J. T. Mapoles preaed to Minnie Posey CSpOIFirtw -car o *. i. -am fatm t at
|swks~e.. andi-Ic fera g ~white large and attentive e s ntoima at -10arat S-0wa.S sobadhumtiha
a*l Raftm-. -- 1 1nd u s Antioch church last Sunday marn ble PFor Fair's Deeath. Z%. o.n athe win a mre. wt _Ie
o S3 deefti hUnkl germo and evening. t -M p. be4te i r.a -Y
r *Masag ageaagd cas a s & a i tn befit Aed A. L. Garrett has just ad"d eeR- Pht r wl ak but e trip
iMail i' .A & -do--:*-1-- *H-=, ant- -wesm His store glistens with new a-Is 1W .' c

all _d ahe m w Ml1 awmd d i*M idonab the business men to Tiit s' ltheamurder of Ald ea as m uand
*art at.-C, now__ I -gan-last urday._ -Thmetyanight, S la.soft If m wa- thi- afwek ay ar S
i4 m;A isn wh .t rs. May McMillan Is very M-, at Ssee5ySB as 4 a t w Me s ack e a
"t A.LM.., L dG this writing. but her friend wish or f appearance at the toirm ..
i *-.ths w .her a speedy recovwe. ,at court. The corhoe-r' fry r- ttO --bm--. -Jwur-y
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Ibis Pb W 51 y o sxdw f a InSamwn "WIho should be better able to tell Ha r 4m Jmifibm. bc-a ta
Sa. 6 tro pre it, than I- That may sod like bo IIig.
'r-aa sa -ie as *"Little Nemo." N; but when you remember th. j D I Hi l ..,"
--- t e a 15 T ,he by darry B. Smith. Wi the honrs and days and weeks of study i -- ad t t-h -- td
e.M ay the i ra a best bie aa ever written. The thread have put into not only the role ot -
SIt n a Ut laterM M. S.Wftr lost In the plot, Anna Dale, the wife, the mother, tbhe
es ea a a tho ug euX _Wlows a devious patn woman, but into 'The Fighting. Hope Such Has Been Authoried A
Iuitifs dip "e t-at i firmW hlsbedr4 to Slumberland, nr' as a whole, you will see that I am J i i e e i T
b M nn Te ca- wandertig the Palace of the full to the anger-tips of my subject. A 0 h Lawoi Goero f tth eMf*l'li Poytures with effectsi*ei, ohloalut T
Sithe uItiens ValeaUe ni*a e g 'wrecked thousand thoughts rush into ay amid Fr tG. paeductions. Refined upd comfortable. Admlbn. 5 cnts only.
t movin- g a it beyead on the .Islands to escape on and I can pi. down only one, for my et
e ia I eNIhat o M .the warship, .d lastly to arrive safe- pen is slow in comparison. But prob- ment Buildling.
.a hee.a ita U.e Pwiemp in Slum- ably It Is better so. They say force __________
a-,me to tr berl d. Vptpr Heribert has written comes with terseness. One thing I d6
it Iiad very the ma"-tl lb best veia. know, however. I never have por- LETTERS RECEIVED YESTERDAY
Swe "JLtHal" i a direct appeal to trayed a character that interested me ..
s ltroaced between Pt TIhe March of the Conti- more than this woman in 'The Fight- BY CUSTODIAN INSTRUCTING epi on T I
y l be admitted ne a a."emember the ing Hope.' She is my ideal woman. THAT BIDS BE CALLED FOR
S lE 5 iM Y O bee .ftpairheg d Old tfaleut& ." and -The Chime or so strong. so tender, s loyal, so loving. AT BIDS Be CALE O
S"--e-,,-, --ft- h p r, the- Le Bell", in the sceae of the I love her loves, her children, her AND THIS WILL BE DONE AT .. f H .
W -^. ~ Palat e oratriot sm, arouse every au- ideal man: afid I really rejoice in her g ff
at-ay O ks pris. dIef isF the days of '76 a direct hatred of her scoun4rel husband waen ONCE. i "" --o--
-- e I --"ma -d 2 eents tep 1 aea to the deck of a 190b his true colors are revealed." _
*-an p a rt" the house. warslnp with the kirrfhg song "Give .
_.T as te nFeet, or uee pam Has the PHONE 870. Custodian stmillman yesterday re- U'D *be surprised to to attract the attention of the
e n a FRIEDMAN DRY GOODS&M ceived a letter from the department know how many tele- subscriber the "howler" is con-
fiher i Sm's BT a revivalT The mechanical effects at the en FRIEDMAN DRY GOODS at Washington authorizing aim to call ko h m sb
sugag g, E.* b-rmmaed ID of the second act call-into play the COMPANY. for bids for the removal of the press phone receivers are left nected and produces a loud noise.
i 1Sm 1 bla0,er- ce 5a 1 west ao stage devices-a combina- entdoor n the corridor of the p othook every day, not only this fails to cause the subscri-
hons: toght oIsmairessed air and electric Watch for the sensation atonce, .and replacing it with a marb. hi .
w I be gI 3 A As the curtain .faah thee Wa h r t at floor of the best grade of marble. in residences but in business of- her to replace the receiver, the
to us ees of t ms at i, sa W effect of whirling pin the Bijou. The letter came as a re -.i of an n fices. Sometimes it is done telephone is out of order until an
is.vebiBas i P the p p- e4 r burst lre crackers and fall- speetion of the building recently by
a! L'. 3r Goalm is. wou I a*c rockets. +-' -- y- one of the inspectors, who found that through carelessness and often employee can reach the place and
-A f* this eity but 4- fl.er ba been heard on the stage AGE LEAVES. been recently repaired that its con-,
w y s a u ,'13w amyis een t Nonthin s SAGE whileS- t flo of--- the. c d acidnt put the receiver on the hook.
-imu slwwi ay p$reeled a 1g time than Joseph Cawthon's .... edition is such that a new floor l' An extension desk set located When your receiver is off the
New Tywrk" to the splamaton of his capture of a whit- necssitated and will probably be on a table or desk is, apt to be hook no one can call you. The
hs M sdertaken, l Harry Kelly's chase of the Seclai to T. Jou-,al. cheaper than to continue repairing moved into such a position that resu
oft'li *TIstory o- m ann n or Billy B. Van's taming Signal, 0., Oc. 5.-While suffering the present oue. h a position that result is annoying to you, to
eiS.l .he II llNt7 love iandt _a J 1W11 from the longest drouth since.854, the and the bidtrwillbe a edfor ats soone. the receiver rests on a book or is those who wish to telephone to
to m oi toeresfttte od d t oter Coumbiancounty decided, poAsible, as it is the desire to liv displaced in some equally simple you, who are told your telephone
t t At to last. a.t.. crowded nightly. Society on the third inst., to make a "clean t fn work commenced at as early a nner. In homes, children and "out of orde and to us. So
of *#$*.1 ,aG abo toS se totded nightly. omietyn 'dt as,, ogsible. manner. In homes, children and 4 out of order, and to us. So
nhe l tl abotm s othe arrest oming se r r up the entire county r"rt is probable that some tt in servants are most frequently re- you see it is rather important to
idie, P,---i_ w wiHWu wa p t_ near-by count-b r y b houses for a by a majority of 1,865 vote the near future a new sidewalk
BHS,'il-. ----it 'n!Jt g- his new role of little The Hon. Seaborn Wright is making around the government building will sponsible for this trouble, all of us that the receiver remain
i l an e% E3fe.wlt what ist s iImmselsn a gallant faht in his march from Geor. be autorized. I slt have exa- When a receiver is left off the in place when the telephone is
.. ...lea watItsa th .iqsr stronghogds i aed the walk on two occasions, and
te d player. eme. w p is charmingly portrayed: gia through the liquor strongholds of have found that a new one is need- hook and the operator is unable not in use.
el e am the tae by Maater Gabriel, there the Buckeye state. He "bombarded' ed.
ar .b IV&Sp are Flip, played by BiUy B. Van; thea1 the Lisbon court house on Friday .ae. o
.m ff----Aj^ J e Princess. played by Almee night, and on the following day the Why James Lee Got Well. i
B^ P~ r ; ~Joseph Cawthorn as Dr. PlU: saloons, were all "knocked out' of Lis- Everybody in Zanesville 0, knows SO UTHERN BELL TELEPHO NE
E 'tBarry Key as the Dancing Mis- hon. New Waterford, Leetonia. Salem, Mrs. Mary Lee, of raral route 8. She
bd_ wk -* w 1Wgo to meatlom only a few of the Hanover, Washingtonville, etc. writes: "My husband..James Lee. firm- TELE.AP C.O.A
i' E aL The most flourishing town in this ly believes be owes his life to the use i
*W_.I1- Oe- section is East Palestine, with a pop- of Dr. King's New Ddscvery. His MV *
I Sl a O in recent 4 eei Tre Fighting Hope." ulation of 3.500, which was the first Inngb were so severely affected that
Bloat1m ski & with the pen i to vote out its saloons, about 15 years consumption seemed inevitable, w:ien Effilent service Resemble ,
e--- to" e- art as an actress"-.a Iago. With several potteries, mills, a friend recommended New Discovery. .
,tie yit s the l trpipe works and coal mines in opera. We tried It, and its use has restored -
id ,ta g tsi when she -s no tion, she is proud of her property him to perfect h.alth." Dr. King-
e..- ---- 'b-- a S eradiene by and challenges any wet twna the New Discovery is the King of throat -- ... .
'* ,.. P~ 4W#nacovict.. I Sn 2 on of h ea state to show equal progress'. Her and lng remedies -For coughs and '
"At a thvo e being reduc Celd t a nou h fis dot PHYSICAL DIRECTOR GLMORE


ti oAnna Dale, .e ba made fine imp ostements and By ves relief. Tryu est the
re Bjou Therwater orks and gu rantee atall t-day wll Gives Hs ws on How Business Men and Boys
bnUd l and loan aoeatmn ha run lome, Or e Dance Of
Sever foreclosed a loin. Abot e V as pro- should Train.
.-'&Y8 i,@. &...3 | ww -- dP up cent. of the laborers ow. their -t,-.| -, 4.^ Uj ; 1--.__
a .e m rand many have nses to duced on the rubn gardens
Snre t eda. .New Y. -Th othe su like. i, o thes Y . t
Ivet it prorubto'Sal omo Tr r S Of'
taes ntead of be- e greatest s of
Spr . iiHl^l- .l. ;. _-i -^ ^ J nredueer of expenses, ri aMi mlis- wAtOheg wtrehaiS. Admission, f
Sa.Ito champn the sacrietig spirintt Aof D win
.ery) what could be mope gioriecg thai e and 10" cnrs.

"1 TuT b Ing the ...tlWas..Tetoypmu laureat-s are ga
.ev er eorlos the Saviour of aa-"
ed indby VWn a decag v BEULAH.sp
=4 WD e s' ass 4 9dry up the tears of ftaare geeratson. o
lA while uplifting the soul and promottog st u on- ga en
I Diaro be Gervmd at our Imberitance of Yeave1?
as soasiIeTRtjDA It is claiYmed tTht .tl ccl Special to The Jurnal. d
,la vfy thousaurt dcl- .-is1u, Oct--.- 14.-T T dry
tyet en votes In the terest the fall garens but very peant for
Ste outdoor work. Vegetables are makingwet at week

a"zII <-f1 fMIL ordained minister of the gospel froM weather. a t.. *, .-it o ,
shoud shuspleton thu t thiey evi t The syrup makers are getUg ready.


Snder the influence of electron money! Busby and Mrs. John Hirsi .
* -- '111. ;rhaps the long drouth has favored Mrs. James Snowden has returned
Sa..I'he aboltin o=_ u te liquor tiara ln from Quntette. Her mother. Mrs. E
a.to-r"mr i l Ohw the precipitation for the month S. Barrinean ard brother, Charles Bar.
et .o.... wf, -- o teh- er falling below an inc rineaun, are both convalescent, and her
W "i b e atest yet.- services were no longer required. Her
Vais a-ter.. I C a The adke from Innumerable "wild n Ralnh t who has been quite sick,
a< -te. -e fOg a 'I ra lle" collar I res" so i.ears the atmosphere that isalso better. .S_
,u -- a., f* e nwill .end the day Ith .saun only casts a shadow at mid- Mrs. Ray and daughters, Mrs. Hirst I-
w F.sah e-en D,_ .s e day._-_ - and Mrs. "Busby, were the guests ot
----e - e ossl o bee e. -. FrIa. pho. e for The Empire. IThe unusual dryne.. of the ir adds John Bryant on Monday last aa
SWe haven't broken a greatly to be shertae of rdinfall- of Mrs. E. L. Shelby on Tuesday. Both
OUM THEATRE collar since beginning a n he morne g of S ptemer w ladies are the tgrand-daughters oft
ALLs forest trees are assm g the James Dan, of Quintette, was the
17. to various col or t of the rainbow, and the guest of James Snowden and family ,f
S -1 chlMt Wonde. leAves are gently falling ts Mout- last Sundwa.
._t,- I Earth, where they will soon be over- A. J. Busby spent a few days with and who would look much more like vice and rs.truactiu et a eeepetent
n a latped Melodl spread with a white balnket uf wintry his brother. Tom, of East Bay, returnh- it if they were not too lazy to take director."
me.-- ,Artt' orI altUisy, sI a .. to ing home Monday evening, exercise, or so foolish as to think that oTh ,ftull gymnaam schedl e is
ATbtgsrthrpraoxiadfo he' corn. au njotat o crop's were "w nors et the ttofn tollows:
e o ei 4 l .thewa r,. m.twe. i. iaotn-la ld at B oTme therr bodies will always stand the u F- y.--. -- *c---0.
IA...i__ C 2e :ae m. o..... Iern n, wst thoroughly Shred, and the day He was knoving his family down natural connnement and mental strain Business Men-Monday and Thars-
__ree t shows_..7. H-..8 a22 :N O potatoes are as sound and bright ao othe'l Hirplace on'the bay." of business, day. 4:45 to C p. m.; Tuesday a4
^k** SS S !S. ..* .d-- O, new silver dollars ..hn. +X Hrst .ws in the ity on When asked what constituted the Friday, 6 to 7:S0 p. m.


SOur three acres of potatoes yielded buwsIness-Mond--y .... chieT trouble of men who cameto him, Senior-Moday y, S to
Sreq uiremd to remove th r 250 bushels. The farmer never struck Comrade Andrew Garrett was the he sal: 9:30 p. m
a ce in the field. A two-horse digger guest of Artbur Spare for a short time "It is an inactive liver nine cases in Intermediate 15 to 18 years old-
Dr. Mr K was used to Hit them out of the on Sund;iy last. ten with business men-and the regu- Monday and Thursday, 3 to 4:45.
Dr. Maluory Rennedy ground for pickers to at fnto rat, A. J. Grrett and George Davis were lar light hygienic work and games tha' under. 12 te 15 years old-Tuesday
COTT ELL which were hauled to a car on the In the Deep Water City on business we give will usually fix that With 3 to 5. Saturday, 9:30 to 11 aj
ine e to te cty and reumed track at Signal station, where they Monday. ymn mei the case is somewhat dif Employed boys-3Tue0ay a.ri-
U'rr A r his regular pracce. Oree In Blount were sold at 68 cents per bushel for fere ,snt their work is made to S- day, 7:30 to 9.
-Ht Bulldin Hews 9:20 to 12, and 3 to the Pittsbur market DANCE. thler phyieal condition. Boys req Bowlin alley wiD hee apeo ivBry
uPHCOl- a. Lk The potato field has now been see&d- r., t entirely different treatment for their day at 6 p. m. Tuesday evemag oue
Pensa.. a.. .a.- .... ed to wheat by use a two-horse By Pensacola Concert Band muscles and organs are being formed alley will he reserve or employed
g-- . gra!n drill. which sews the timothy Art o THaT ThHr and very often deformed by setting boys.
seed and ferti'lzer at the*UasaAe a A o35 Ha ati u_ a tiat diepi or bending over counters, sc
and measures the acreage of the land. night. Al-mission, 35 ca& that- h6 work is designed to correct UNgrt'c a l w
ROS. MeII.LAw. J(fi .AIwoa.4 eadeacee-s and to asss in -

C : U t'S L oo If the Cred tH a ob Berlin_ has been re- ally our best results are with the boya jd *ilIM g g
dced to a condition of waxte paper, and every boy ought to have the ad-
And by yorIsuts, hts ad mfor sotgo_ tee..l ---. -. by the delusion of ma-gniience at -A.__-___ Ageneral Bwopsi war Ougkt by
SAnd buyyo r silts. hatadboes ter spot S etatheboe. I F yen ly t e Sof and by faith at Viete a,a -- -- l means to be --- GreatA
At thousand rces. Better goods for the saw mosey, same 'sptly 1W Foar Appelle, that celebrated result of Bismarlraa a!n w1 mantan e pa Wtether
goods for less money is a feature worta coaMierlfg by men who esart na, la n S. diplomacy must be considered as rath- fort to matain b e peace w whether
care tor the dollars they earn and spend. B WA &K$4w. and Ss _tiwUIe, F, ab 1- E. ha, -oied tothr t S CUS M v g
shoes, and Kuppenheiner $17.M, $20.00 Mad $ s"ts will help ti1 DIStfgrSm, y3 f <-I a' priveRoiof 4 ad w0 6 .1. bd t-maony., sawe o5 plsg
YU to save money by reason of both belter quality and cash k Uewled it to ti armsn t the war Turkeys ad ood digeStiOn tion. b e o w e pland a
prie. . auirs legal aulel pby te peace of S realyk wft th. uT te aad o-
te.ano. o tussia was drives Jo e..e a pecially t f s to a w
I -----nl Iy move toward ice re water In thtte aP closely allied to I text for tri. T-pa s pr
RI~II sllEaFst, only to get a drubbing fro *Geat Br.tgl.. ThI.
er ., PaItaIT Os....' Psa~M I Japan, who had her pwn viewsBhot --
NnS~l. ^^ 11. 0. ARoNl '^raUlTR IBJ OS M iu a ite Pacific. It will *be intorestl.g if 9 atons of a bslrq for uaee. and sa"
I -I ,h. .-0 ,-M He 0._ANSON* -~ Pala p .
SMal CA -- -"and G av't. a new Treaty of Berln gives the' Xw Blln -I&II of the wItrs i a rar. tat
Steetf CASH CLOTHI t s envite what she waT cut off from y .W this is bt-a elolek' uer whrh e
Pth*" 297 Pnemaeets. FPrla. Phone 476 the tastrumeat signetl. sealed andA is preparit for war.--MeIIle -
S-li veered in the navy yard hard by 's a Reason." ter.
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