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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 16, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01215
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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S:,'- s;. m i- .-. Obeater *^- sive As to Be Remarkable, -
Sa- i ,i Athropw 1 XA Chier, and Not Only in Japan, But in s m.
VIaA04_i h A W 3 1 Any Country of the World. Tallahasee Argument in
oil"s 1, the Kehoe-May case was con-
W (1 Papers Print Editorials of eluded at soon Judge Reeves,
*U Vit I^ftup : lollt ft WelcoRme, who began his, a yesterday for
,4MJi iContestant KRe -ead been un
derstood that the would render
*y Assoc e a quick decision case in view
Toklo, Oct. 15.-A U Japan is astir of the coming but this
igggg hin anticipation of the arrival-te Justice Shac Alter the ad-
f.i- e at < jly -T American battleship fleet. Yokohama jourament of 1dy couid
1i1m 0. a aIIiI n* -d Tokio in particular are given say w e eof be reach-
I i I :I wver to enthusrwstic preparation. The hd e W .
'-_aso A t66 teselve and gene al to be r-mak- their m-nd, o living
aorsd Ut ll.ned abIItik, ii le, not only in Japan, but I any befn, Mn will be.'
ccTIo mrINI Z fl~ll l II country of the world that awaited a Judie' 4i 5{ on the
naval call by the Beet of another came.being. .rela-
power. All the Japanese newspaper
eWatft. _i l_ t min ,, of prominence are printing editions
o s.9020110 4gh In English with lengthy editorAala as ,I
mfm -.1 nI iI 1 luring the American officers and &all The record a~nd it is
"''- r oC a hearty welcome by the mar not thought of the
/^~jt~^ ^j^^, g .-.._Li tion. court will be' to have
ANN*E Hftr very available vessel In the t Iany e fect 06' OThe sec-
bor of Yokohama has been charter r etaWy of stM. ed the
to convey excursiosists to mseet th.' Ae of btoCthe
warships on their approach. A eoy is ex-
-erable ,.eet Wil venture outa ps that tS p th will
-_ Is ertexten h i order hoet re on teo be
i.Me. tion In November.,
,/, Wi ms4FoHr Ws e navy department has is.ue"
iNA. s howing the maauer In whikh l w aII ii
U-. Body Was the battleships will be acIe .O .i
-. -e fth vessel is assigned to a g e _g
3pI t a 'eae ho American frbaassdor eand his .


te vessel has been chartered by the eel __cama"
rdfmr6 Stain t&or whom a war. egatoa of Pacific coast business men
'- "t w-as esat yeerdey was found who arrived here several days ago. tr Ass ciate pese s.
today i brar at his home. A The American-Asiatic Society will be Baltimore. Oct 15.---ohn Temple
p e -" s hot gun with Which he enidea.ty represented by many of Its embers., Graves tonig addressed a gathering
ea--ed- Is lif was iuoad nearby. The whohave arranged for a large stem. n the Prnc tater in the ter-
1nak ask el osed it is alleged that elabotely decorated.- eat of the Independe part Graves
I: Brennan 1i bInt~, toe thn Upa dol. r in -fEspeech credited Hearst with
b0m0 -wdad t M S A lars.. BETWEEN DAWN having injected into this campaign
e,.rit e gbt e_ "s all the interest it possesses, and se-
TI_ N llap__K_ AND NOON verely criticlsed both the Democratic
,. a iht mad W. t -s Uttlae Rck, Ark.. Oct., 15-A s pe- and Republlean parties.
t -ti. 'of his .s seh al from fladfAr,' A'., siys: TThe By Associated Prs. a He flayed V. J...ryan, the men-
S e ae cald attan Brdrd Stt ank ed its doors TokiO. Sept. 15.--Some time be- tion whose name. however, was
Is OWN% t Ibe ca. ades81Saf Bank oits doors tween dawn and noon of Saturday. tion f whose name. however, was
am to. gre g"derence betwm eAn ayIasO n It of tIe disap- t -e-n dawn and o o" "- a' heartily cheered The speaker at-
No~-~- s-ad- that ac-od- wpearance at the chler. H. J. Bren- t October 17, the American ee tacked rthe Demoeratic vice-presiden-
at isg rear o. h10M e av- man, who is Mage to be about $10.- sixteen battleships, escorted by A tal candidate declaring g Kern to bei


bee W. aby tor the aset e B reas. Sixteen welcoming mene-ofwar will rep anthe houtin Are ou nor
but ubmoo -ns h ..salute and three hundred and thirty- p arepeaeyr souin alie aretou
VQe 'hes e ared w- THE ONA IES armless g us will voice t hesen- Ty of a R s Heas
so" tiamnhi the industry. flC The of the whole people of i cher for luy
ON VEN I N e first scene ofthe fr act of
o eed the 2aschiery ovd New Or ea O 15 he can fleet in Japan will doubtless be o rthat ves thr ea nm o a pea
buasI.n Q1*V* Am no w dhr Mtion" A WV UMr oft .he nces .u' ^ ^fl 4B. ^ ^r BB^Bl^M ^
.a rist e r of te Churches n(Continuned n Page Three.) I g.
emt tMl>de "t -- sr meeting Peu ard osea by Rey. Rerbert
t -tha- -tt mp ogBryan IaimdSatheY Tueoof We c hangd n sr year's
amirharteamunf te m te s He ig. c \








al Paoe { bfT-.) democratic cotene ,rnman. in sc ma
ov.c t NEEDgrets InabAliaty to tlaed, 0.t a p
Accept Invitation of Austall nominee of theia
y A!lat. Pret -Peopfally in virit yof ngres totality re-












aelbo neI, Ogt. 16-Premier Desk* gently extended to the Amerlea ba.r- AY7 Tf
tl oday preated to the houde of tleship Y eet everywhere la Australiar '
etave the answer received bFourth district,reretsthat he wll e unapubli-e
t Roovelt reply to to visiha beentralian to goet his name back.
Station to visit the co In tconclusicketo he sa t.hat he names .
h 1 retr journeyfave was sen about Pseple's when It ought -
Atl. to have been llsant anommd now it can-lt -







'Mr. f rett expressed his appre- whose succedlan of thde greatest am i t
ela t invitdentation es- portance thathe can beat W. B. Craig, the ... -1 v
(C se to U. S. Sae w.) democratic cgrese Can.rt


man. __ ..as to oto
RAOWV a Rcgats Inabiity to .

Ace pt Invitation ofAustralia_

S" AectedPl ros eclally in va or th hospitality re- l
aboro. O4T. M-.-Premier Deak- gently extended to the Americhn batr-. 01 7,

ona I."Uvitl41on to visit the corn In conclusion he says that he hopes -
i Ids returnjourney from to be abl* oe other tlm .to -come
r to the futIndifferentre giant ommonwealt th man wh
r. a t expressed his re- whose success s of th grewest im-
elatiho f t- io rtus o Invitation, es- portance to te eiltze world."


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"Bryan-Ke;n Fund

is Now $698.50

The Journals Bryan and Kern fund yesterday jumped ft*l*
$670.50, to $698.50, $28.00 being contributed during the day by loy*
democrats. 4
Send in yonr contribution, and ask year neighbor to saeM his. 4
Now-AT ONCB!-- ,
Contributions 'yesterday as follows:
SFrom Monticelo.
ST. M. Puleston ....... ........ ..... ........... L eo L.
W. W. Carroll ............ ............................. 1.00 4
T. L. Clarke ............................ ........ ...... 1.00
J. H. Perkins ........................ ................... 1.4
S. C. Batt...................... ....................... 1.0.
W. M. Girardean u ....................................... 1..
A. McRea .......................................... ...... 1.00 4
F. L Simon ............................................ .oo 00
A. Simon ............................. ............. ...... 1.00 *
A. Simon ............................ ............. ...... 1.00 *
H. T. Roberts......................... ............. ...... 1.00 9
C. T. Carroll ......................... ............. ...... 1.00
D. -B. Palmer ......................... ............. ...... 1.00
G. C. Bishop & Son .................. ............. ...... 1.00 *
S. H. Taylor ....................... ........ ............ 50
C. Parkhill ........................ ............. ..... 1.00
S. Pasco ............................. ............. ...... 1.00 4
SW. E. Evans ....................................... ...... 1.00 4
R. R. Turnbull ..................................... ..... 1.00 *
SJ. H. Tucker ......................... ............. ...... 1.00 *
N. C. ryan .......................... ................... 1.00
D. A. Finlayson ........................................ 1.00
W. Patridge .................................. ...... .. 1.00
J. R. McEachean ...................... ............. ..... 1.00 *
Through Gid Murphy.
P. X. Wilson ................................... ...... 1.00
J. J. Bryars .......................... ................. 1.00 9
Rufus Bryars .................................... .... 1.00 4
E. H. Robinson .......................................... 1.00 4
W. H. Wilson .......................... ........ ..... 50
F. B. mnkford ......................................... 1.00
Total ....... ............ .. ............ .....$ 28.00 4
*Previously acknowledged ...............................$670.60 *
4-- *
Grand total .......................................$69&50
From Mr. Pulteson.
The following was received yesterday J)y Hon. T. A. Jennings
national committeeman, from Lon. T. M. Pnleston. of Monticello,
enclosing donations from citizens there amounting to $12.50: .
Monticello, Fla.. Oct. 13, 1908. 4
Hon. T. A. Jennings, National Committeeman, Pensacola, Fla. 4
y M Der Sir: I went out a little while yeijerdqay an; cqi.
^-1cte1? -fO. .ry.a aad Kere c"-palf u w at Owaem -44
* half dollarm, for which I enclose you cheek. together with list of '4
* contributors. Should I get in more will forward check.
* With regards, yours very truly, 4
* T. M. PULESTON. 4
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DOC. QUIGLEY SAYS THAT

BRYAN IS SURE WINNER


MISSOURI PACIFIC WRECK.
Speelal to Tho Journal.
Lincoln, Neb.. Oct. 15.-Passenger
train No. 103 westbound on the Mis-
souri Pacic ran into a burning bridge
two miles east of Shannon. Kan.. near
the Nebraska line yesterday evening.
Three coaches were derailed and
burned. Conductor Hall of Kansas
City and J. D. Clay of Wilwan. Tenn.,
were seriously hurt. No lives were
lost.


Famous Minstrel Expressed
His Opinion to Journal
Representative.

Says That AL Field Would
Rather Show Against Bar-
num & Bailey Than Reach
a City Where Bryan is
Billed to Speak on the
Same Night.

Doe. Quigley, the famous minstrel
man. who has been touring tie coun-
try for years with AL G. Field's great-
er minstrels is firm in his belief that
Wm. .1. Bryan will be the next presi-
dent of the United States, and she
bases this belief on what h' ha" noted.
on the road this eason. AL Field.
(Continued on Third Pace.)


By Associared Press.
Chicago, Oct. 15.-Mrs. Mary Logan
Tucker, wife of Colonel William P.
Tucker, chief paymaster of the de-
partment of the lakes, arrived In Chi-
cago yesterday accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. John A. Logan. Mrs.
Tucker's attorney. Haaie R. Pearson


responsible for corruption


PART


Encampment With the Reg-
ulars Was of Much Bene-
fit to the Men.


MEN WERE PAID
OFF IN FORENOON

Officers of the State Militia

For the Regular Army,
Officers, and the Results
Obtained From the En-


* The second encampment of tie
Florida state troops with the regula:s
at Fort Pickens and McRae came It
a close yesterday and today the m<,a
are either at their homes or are on *
the way. They were astir at daylight:
yesterday morning, breaking camp "
and getting ready for the departure,
after 10 days of hard work in the
maneuvers. By 3 o'clock in the i i--
ternoon they. had been landed on Tar-
ragona wharf and shortly after &
o'clock they left Pbnsacela.
Yesterday was pay day with the
ttate troops. At 10 o'clock ls the
forenoon the disbursing officers be-
gan paying off the men and this w.:3
completed before the noon hour, eactl
man being given the allowance of
the regulars for the same period of
time.
A Sp-ci=l Train.
A special train made up of twelve
coaches and five baggage cars. in /
charge of Conductor Atkinson. and
pulled by two locomotives carried the
men and their baggage. A large
crowd of friends and jacquaintances
were at the depot to see them oif
Bugles were sounded and the soldiers
bid Pensacola a noisy good-bye as
the train left over the P. and A. di.
.The men were brought from the
.forrt to the city by boats, landing at
2=4a a street wharf early Ij the

oeI pany, was conveyed from the
whart to the L. A N. depet on A coit
4HeO hAd been in the hospital for the
past few days, serving from cramps,
sad had not recovered sufcleatly to
be able to walk to the depot.
Received Good Tri .
The encampment hInted ten days,
and as a result of thr exercises con-
ducted jointly with the members or
the regular army statlmed at the
local forts, the officers ad Iaa comn-
posing the state militia have galled
considerable knowledge la the bad-
ling of big rifles and other matters
connected with the proper eo duct of
actual service. The state slhtlalmen
are profuse in their prAeW of oilers
and men of the regular army, stating
that their courteous treatment and
assistance in carrying out the pro.
gram of the encampment added
greatly to the success of the joint
exercises.
The officers of the regular army
speak very complimentary of the
men of the state troops Ma givet
them much credit for the manner in
which they acquitted thebnselvejs
throughout the eneampment, L oth a&
-to their conduct during their stay at
the forts and their ability to execute
orders.
The encampment was a success ta
every particular and no complalt ha"
been heard from the men who partici.
peated in it. ThE men of the stai-
troops are a gentlemanly body of gal.
diers and they made may rIends
during tlneir stay at Pesaeola.
MEETING OF TEACHERS.
The Escambia County Teacher'
AssoeaMon will hold a meeting sat-
urday morning at school buldUng No.
1.


spent the evening with them. The
women are here for mbsines- in edm-
nectioL with the abandonment pro-
ceedingu she catered against tho
coloneL Captain TLogan Tucker, qumt.
termaster in the marine corps, is now
stationed in the marine barracks at
Washington and is prepared to come
on here at the call of his mother.


Chicago Players Given Ovation

In Chicago and Along Route

8W Ainl Maea Whae the train pulled late the eta-
Chicago, Oct. 15.- itatat qer tion her& a mob at bMasebll atbS-
their victory In winning the world's lasts r.hed tbron the gates sad
champioship, the COacago ta carried a "wlcome hBem" to the in.
. ...the Nationaal Le -ar visual players.
from Detroit early todao I eW met their itometloQ prainn or Sw a
at the station by as. gtiIaat* tg ang d haj ma tris, aitblugh thej
crowd. The. players, who were ac -e sche ded for an exzhibtes M ave
companled by members of the aUioa og be played Iew with the Detro!t
al commn iaim, reported bavic me'i team Oa SunMdy. In this oe the
with ovations wherever t o tr e players winl appear as Idvidiua lnd


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To reach all of the p.oM
pie, use both the DAILY
and the WEEKLY JOUR-
NAL.


FLORIDA STATE TROOPS

BREAK CAMP AND DiE


Wife of Col. Tucker Preparing

to Bring Suiat For a Divorce


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THE PENSACOIA JOURNAL, FOWL*y MORNpiN, OCTOBER 16, 1906.


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dosea t fuewr h Als year theaa -
SOre, a the pa o ttle wnt t the s



SI b of U 4 x home folks at iOTO"
X w e een Mr. Wter sd made a flyng




t S l. 0es to mil f to I .y last week.
Swns t the sto te. tt It I. Henry Bas county surveyor o
St ames fte wor w we of the legislature eet when ......
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.bew$es ha madent at Wash- lsr, at we trust she will soon be ...
Sw o b there st t valen wl preah at the ae Judca crts, rom time to
h see b lost Dsa Clarkd next Sunday me, suc changes become nece Total ......
sasa wa at a elock, at everybody Is sary. and to add to tree number o Ti



speech from both ryan and Taft Olie las saturday nd uueday. circuits when addition is eeded. Imitn
o StUI'4ay the aug Iddlers bea* Mr. Waiter NcDavld made a fying JT
t open t a Bell he bu wnd a new e trip to ltop one day last week. ay
twae e&oelo ns ...bmeg that It is Mr. Heery Bass. county surveyor of
S -U eN S In, wit* orea totosy.aNow who says McWdv..We do nots, ave raing I a oditon Columbiat ...
Se ar te rt a t wit Wter Dvd. adoption of the legislature ecet when Gadaden "







M "" IT r -. It Is j t . .. o state has more tran doubled u... .. ...
TA as a L t a O nwspapel walth .s has doulo we thinp thation the .,
amari raten. ifn.t a coon it gad .. .. having fourteen circuit J to Leon

a-mmt at l Everybody ls sary. attend to this increadd to the number of






., a au' **r hW o in have now only eight and the avrie Na.au .- .. ..
stUiee. I st lsCark &.e Sw eral nearly 90,000. presumably giving the rA .. .. *


m situms have be -*tte # #* .*0 ** #* # average circuit judge about 80 per
St a most e bl tim cent more work than he had twenty Total.. .. ..
tr. A. M6avM o ispal *g NRO LYNCHED Y ars ago. Fifth
- tim wit& rleatves asreo the ME-MERS OF H M RACE 0 But this is not all. The equal Lake. .. ....
h. la t-m vetalty C ik u and ----.g growth of the state has given some o Sumter .....
m.Prm ... u.. Oc. .- -the ju-ges vastly 1=more to do than Citrus .
u ls 0 a froHrado. 0others-Thewor wby no m s
dextu a two Is ViThuto i r"Ports the lynching 0 really divided. While In ".in ot t a.
b dow at CtY. .ear.t.. p ....Istght circuits the wprk s net m t han
:Mr.l i1M_. one" Cardwell have W. J.?iwm aIli m.aonm can attd to. -I other. I. Total .. ..
00eOf tb hr.WToa e. s.at. bin.own race. Jack- #mr o M ba d"" as.. .
tty -.0mot Uher babyS girl wh MM It M tataUWasdis- but* i accurateayb mer sed byWVlt. <
06 A *h t. It IsM8 e010 SSecoftCaMptng to rne-*putItatnthtwe--M Il

" .up. O w .30V .. . b. "--t- . ibo..x. m ated . . .. .. .. M Wla
-e ,. "_ e. ... .e. a-o ..-e ,ottMnM the other. The li ll ty a v I I l-
. to te.t to looka toGto petyerngro. 4amO work ms a ay A "


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'' This is' concrete case, the. fact, of which I
%"tY L V "Y 1 ," personally know. The F-wngHshmen depended upon

SHE hD TWO ] the quality of his goods and his beautifully created
N AR&L 'IN stvtiopery and his attractive shop window and his
Is rb TLE perpendicular-backed dress-parade clerks; all of
wI iT! which were above criticism. The young at"'ric* nut
the whole sho into the newspaper; -^wAarns free.
Show me ten shops which advertise regularly in
IOU f. .a daily newspaper and I will show you nine that
S\ are making money. The failure of the tenth is prob-
ably due to bad management of some sort.
Some people value goods by the price they pay;
S? others by the shop in which they buy; others by'the
effect the goods have upon their neighbors. It is only
I the co.,o? workaday sensible people who valie
ti, ) C1 goods by the goods. If you want all four -ceses as
Customers it is your business as an a A" r to
n I eO........ .........44 make the cap fit.



Sixth Circuit.

La tee . ... ... .. .60 . '1".
Polka.2Tlo.acount.h.17,863
Pasco .... .. .. .. .. .... 6,100 '
Monroe .. ...... .. .... .. 20,973 Recorriiht. 1erS, by Trib bu rcowa. ncha e ... I.
5 Hillsboro ...... .. .. . 51,416 '. 3 3
.. 4,636 Total . . ............ 121,23 9 '- e "
... 16.511 Seventh Circuit. V'-" ~ .
.. 13,130 Dad .... .. ........ .. 12,089 NEW YORKERS CHEER n000*0 mongn2 0a.e 00 W. es
.. 5,207 Brevard ... .. .. .. .. ..... 4.348 WXIi l A form of "dinner evrs e oca-
18,883 Volusia .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4348 WHEN KERN SPEAKS sion o has s rp. r c.
4._- -- w -7-" O .o.
SOraue ....................7 91 I$Hewt the of
1. .99 Osceola . ....o. 3. . (Continued from First Page.) o m
St. Lucie .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3,024 Tioga collnty r N .
t p..o... .. over Blae oTe statement also showss will otf WIs, t "k t maker,
r p Total .. .. 48817 en tis and diebu rsements as fol- was prorlted r tiIt Of e i-
"" l 'IB? El_,. .ows: gation. reVeahled an' :I% ed at
.... EghthCircuit Received from contributors $ .000,0 e. T s cft :--rtu
..,fti W. arev i. faor o th asage o 9,280 o f $100 a td over d...... d 90.712.33 were wamase"d b-ent hnI fia
1- 011 Alachu. a ..... 34c.007 Received from Contributors took fte ko wnth esson
5.923 Bradford ...........12.943 under $100 .. .. .. .....155,355.-2 not d th 0elin _d amon.
.- Baker .. ** ** .. .. .. .. 3,880 Amount left from Denver e at the hl90y Tt-" jao-re "Who's
....0 Pt man .. ... .. ..... 11 192 convention fund ...... 42,500.00 who." "They deasi ed
"-- a1s "qul-smaeac a o s c
.. 4b4' Total ...... 71.302 Total .. .. .. ........ $248,57.55 as can be. U e. th- ever
.." loi Huere wte have two ciuith with fAmount disbursed .. ....m225,962-38 butterfly bll or $10,0M disaers. A
S101' Moire than twice the Population of theeration ago. wei Comm
... 47,912 t.i. p tion of the t Balance on hand .... 6 2.04.67 Vanderblt, w. ith W A, rk
rgnal average and presumably with lI this statement issned.and sigR- as the world's richest citizen at to
.. 75,411 more than twice the business. oed by Chairman Mack and Treasurer Rothchld. their names. If not ho
We are in favor of the passage of Ridder it is stated that an additionU hold weeds, wuld at least have bum
S,"515 the amenmeent to be voted on at al $100,000 wir be needed to "carryfay mar. Tossousees $40e.- -
.. 5.6 the approaching election empowering our campaigL to a successful ae. to be lops well known than ithe Ica
; 60 the Ingilature to create new Judicial NEW STANDARDS OF WtEALTHho ligh oa-e aeteo a draww
04 circuits. Te population of th a e'in ate ferealtr t t t aB I.gof
7 Ia constantly inrealf to aed theft uum- town o.hlf t hof- is -w" ese- ate --u t<-" --"








Ser a *I mpbo ofdlaw e Juitialiat $4aWdoOth moreotan f4earotimea
7 c 1re 1they t empwer the lege the fortune th mat sande to e heni Gise. raai




u re tomake tiem, for such ranges oue of the celebrated rich mtu Oa his D. 5
.Nwi bem0e ee Sary at not d nt- time. W. B. ew aeds died pra E w t v -
-.816 o.r Changetheir boun- times as gnat as SwithoW'A bet A If of ...
II It areTT ,- uled be made Cooper endowed Cooper Lt w W _3s tS WW '-
Soquest Iltervals.n of 1 ;3000.00 0. but t virtually ueI9nkown t a i t
r .-o : Wt bmeso- d'-cult and !lS beno thest Wd by HeBy H. l o. -;. .
oft Stsr They wold not be Bral o u/--r toh Tunfs CAiUegWef s. < ;'--
*aritIt-g a"&. T"pep do not wish. to be almost nlnottleed T _lu*we r A- =_...bm tMO OU ,. pSWrovir.n in the of wealth. The'e tIte f the ltat 1- i smi-ngivin -
* ---I s _'alt--^ hnd Unle they are _--,,.- .J. Emery. the "Aster of Ctiefatf. :" -- -r -
_._see tIhMle es to make frequent iWtwarr*o 10 -ha m a-- .u.s..b- .- . H ft .li a .

09cIsatie Ut axitomake aem,for ,such chane- one of the celebrated rich Ime oatd hi s S. Mr
.wl ..ecome see at not Jnf k time. W. B. ddied 0000604 rU.. e y. 4I
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Advertising and news' are first cousins.
The railroad and the stage coach are grandchild
and grandfather.
Four out of five advertisers still use stage coach
methods. The agency that distributes news has the
quickest, cheapest and most effective machinery for
distributing adecflsiang. That agency is the news-
paper.
The man who passes your shop window is going
somewhere. He is on some other errand. If you
want to catch him when he is not in a hurry put your
shop window in the newspaper; a few articles at a
time. You can make a hanudred and fifty thousand
people look at this kind of window every day and with
much better selling results than if that hundred
thouj-**- walked by your shop one by one.
I know a retail store in one 9f our large cities,
a branch of an Rngli*I house, whichntil the autumn
of 1906 was managed by an Englishmaq; austere,
conservative, dignified; a man who would have been
shocked to see his shop advertised in an Ameiicau
- newspaper He had an exclusive trade and his net
profits amounted to about $20,000 a year. This
tnglisbhmn died. His assistant, an aggressive young
American,. took charge. He advertised; advertised
-onf'iis.,utsly in the best local newspaper. Last year
this exclusive shop made a net profit of over $80,000.
Why? Simply because there are five -nn4mre4
thousand well-to-do people in that city who never knew
that this -shop existed until they saw those advertise-
ments in the newspaper; and the shop has an ex-
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"denrbedtAi ebratI tlnI can b "We know from experience what tI..*** *Oe : falling in on the two poor fellows
when their rescuers got them out
1Luacheons, garden parties ad his drawing powers are. Why, Al. They were plaed in the center of
raen will be given, with ocp Fleld would rather have Barnum & secial to Th Jeumnal. They were pled in the center of
everywhere. Aside &on the ofleal Bailey's circus, John Robinson o Mobile, Oct. 15.-Two people were the yard and left there.
entertainment, to wch not ~o Zetl anybody else's old cireas as oppose, badly burned and a dozen others had All this time poor old Zenas Morse
Seith er ofi o t o3per- b tion than Wm. J. Bryan. When Bryan a narrow escape from being burned was trying to get out of his room.
eo ca .oibly.- he .ned thper-e hits a town with us we know its aU ablaze about 1:30 o'clock this morning which was burning fiercely. He cried
willbe dozens of p dinners and off so ar as a crowd goes. Advae In a fire that destroyed the white out: "Boys save me! Don't let me
Are 4W Moift Y "other entertainments _,.on. al sales of tickets don't count. People men's quarters of the Cunty Poor be burned to deati.*'
Iw o r, ~over the citly- t a rat Thea.r forget all about us when te 'Nebras- Asylum and caused a loss3 of about Mr. Simmons and the negro tried
ll t over the city. T. Great Theatre tkn ar rives $3500. to get Morse out the front way, but
ot MIt t. See e lioe rst. ,wi ive one s lalp to "Why," continued the great minstrel One of the men badly injured by it would have meant death for all
Wt y"p jt geed, g ve yeu a ,ot 2~~~ IW tbeatres man. "we hit Peoria, Ill the same fire is Profe.sor Zenas Morse, of this three of them. Fnlally by fighting
-Zl>ifr vtr-msnashipt, andl are open free to the Amerklans dai y, ay -s Bryan We always have good city, who at one time was connected their way to the rear of t;ie room in
On one afternoon 38.@0 blueackets there. the ameasi Penes- with the Mobile Register and the which Morse was they picka-. him and
a yue t pr 0st in p will come up to Toklo for a reception la That night Bryan held forth Daily News. The escape of this man the big rolling chair up and brought
i* 0101a thi laient thisn in the Hiblya park. Here the most in the auditorium and we in the opera is due to the heroism of Superinten- them safely out of the window. but
a elaborate preparations have been house. He tad 11,000 -to speak to. dent Jehu Simmons and a negro not until Morse was almost burned
t .e ,. f and we- well, you could have turned narse. He is burned about the head. alive. He sat there in his chair with
A AQUT a gatling gun loose in that house and feet and arms and his clothing was the firebrands falling on his helpless
Spread before you 'wId do you no not hurt a soul. scorching hi" skin when he was res- head and arms and burning the very
spread "if youo. O hat "'No sr. Nomore Bryan oDstmn cued. flesh from them. His hair wase
gIfood i d oU GSI wh i t sood in it for s. He goes us one better The only portion of the asylum that scorched off his bead and when the
".., q ca fiood do a sSbid whf as soon as is drawing a crowd, and it tI for tiis was burned was the white men's two brave men g6t to his side his
worms. That's i te -rei I o rtea by reason that I believe he win be e lct- quarters and the only reason the wid- clothing and blankets were ablaze and
is a ling. cro, P" 6E lad thin. ed. Besides you can't hear anlthing ow's quarters the home of tile super- the chair was almost burned up. His
SGisve it W ite s Creop% arnd ig. SItbut Brian everywhere you i" intendent and other quarters. did not clothing was burned to his skin, and
A wiu l _expl'h_____tx wg r at o up to flames wa- due to the heroic he now lies on a bed of pain in the
Gil exp t f he wes s act a l l -- efforts of Mr. Simmons. the colored institution suffering from his wounds.
I toie for the child. 5e. o and $1. 00 hlp, Joe Gardiner and Henry Riltin- The man is almost eighty years of
a b ole. a. r . MaUOry e er. t, mates of the place, 'who fought age and his ehsaces for recovery can-
soldMm t dAnd 0111 by ast c'. a s ro the fre like demons. not be ascertained as yet,
D'A. emberte. st d' .SPescorhas retired to the city an rqme Morse and Robert Beqd were taken One of the inmates of the place, in
S.TO th h.P ala ar practice: O Blt , at-of their rooms by Mr. Simmons describing the scene before Morse
a. d tie negro nurse whtle the roof was rescued, said that it was heart-
St. Subscribe for T Journal. B ing urs : to 12. a to v rallg in on them. Morse was rending, his appeals for help being
S Palafox St. Subscribe for The Journal Phone 66. saved only through the bravery of the piteous.


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l .l brAL. I E H. Bicek was caes to mont- -
f- |e twonI snr UI W -a lim hom Wis wire
S tei Me with 9De -m riIa th ~s~e~7 Ift em.s at their 4
i ev .er .ltt0L. Mrs. r i.s 1v Iting rela-

I te p Three Doination Are Made,
MMaking a Total Now-on
e or is 8. 0 o m PHQNE 870.
sWi- ai r~ m &eMAN RY GOODS Hand of $117.00.
OWe ss e by'Ws ** COMPANY. -
Iel- t t pA ag TAO IThree donations received yesterday
lbt h i wE'lkqbwe i eT increased the total to the credit of
a wa r at RmU e WELCOME THE the school book fund to $117.00. ?
,SS iW5 u h. it BIG FLEET These donation, were all from the
e ta re bTn Lo e -to-- city, the ladies auxiliary to the Elks
lias 4hu A tht Is hi ir to. It CtiSe m N ) contributing $14.60 as the result of
*'SI-S the most lve, bl every mum- the euchre party and dance given last 1
usdgita et's every her mon the tI poiW m, earetally pr week in the Elks parlors. This set-
*r bte on s t1 pared and s retglly rehearsed will ted $4.50. and it was divided by giv-
Sri -be new evideane that -the. welcome ing $10 to the Sisters of Mercy, $10
aa aM te.m itr Japf- h bh- e th ed," to the Sar Heart Sisters,' and
ba1@0&e the bhod. ree- unequaled perhaps, by say of the $14.50 to t-e book fund. It is
wI tesse. eleasses and hearty welcomes extended to it hoped the -bei4psations will con-
~bSWSSS m3004 '15 *bce It left the Atlantic aboard. tinue. Te fpwd 4w stands:
2 1 O oy, stopsmus w te Japanese war vessels are Ackno y pJymrday .. ...$ 98.0
?e2S 2 pmeoat h P str y even now awaiting the battleships at From L Auxlary, B. P.
t2_ SS '-" their mbuoys and throughout the visit 0. .. ........... ...... 14.50
da owtsMg. a tdb as, about a .is each battleship will thave oicers and Pensaeola Clapter, W. C. T. U. 2.00
t T me representing the etertaining Misses La.I- Al ne Anson. 2.00
* ha. Pr Oies i ,Mucu-Tal ie srQ *aperor sad people at its beck and
WI P1 ,i-asc"$. 0 owef- call. Total............. .......$117.00
C7. fta tY. U ORUM B0 of Octber 17. aMd: "When the first
_'t "gun of weleome.sounde America p*
I- IH. L .. -i l eek will have begun and a new
a ill be tY ard in the history f MMITTEE OF
fhU *uU .EIU UEI^ ~the relations between the two coun- A
I tS K.TOLD.I "
"-___ ._ --.-----1__xcb'nge of Visits.
lamnediately. tne vessels come to .
:._ e- --..- s achorag-e.' Catail Dougherty, the N M
J~II. hre it navYaS l attache tof the American em -_____
Stw bassy, will brd Admiral Sperry's
S 'cort ~ C ship and u oe xchanagep O aftsi Turpentine Operators Are to
ce- geqidrimy --- -.- between the Mmwrals and owners
th -l W hiis is going on tsands of Work For the New After a long, dusty ride
-e the proad parents of a aue son- p ashore, lining the basin of .
torn wedey. the harbor "a occupylng every van Company. g aInq Of
,o6 b m.tage ground, w IN wait the orAt landes '. gl of
The regular semi-monthly meeting ta. Two P sadfa places
of the Bo"t (:Phble Works will be have been Iarrange in the centre of Jacksonville, Oct. 15.-Tie Turpen-
held at 7:30 :o'cock tonight in the the Yokohama bund, a broad avenue tine Operators' Association, which
cedity ':kb0 o 0.f facing the sea. They are for the ex-
.- clusive use of the flet's boats. By has been in session here, completed ...
'Blevew caem *er docketed for official orders the America flag will its work today by electing the follow-
trial In the b ecorder's court eeteray everywhere b displayed with the ing officers: president, J. E. Boyd;
Seven of the defendants were found Japanese flag, and at night every J A. Holloman, secretary and treaa-
gulfty, two were djctorged. two house in Yokohama sand Tokio, as urrer.
cases were eetitded and fnes well as in the villages in between the A committee of fifty was appointed
0"Rm "ti% t to $%8' wee tiae#sed. two places, will part out lighted lan- to solicit subscriptions for the new
, terna having the American and Japan- Naval Stores Marketing Company.
Dan Carrol. wlht, Jack Harvel ese Sags on them. I
and Chas. Ball. both colored, recent- As soon as the oflegrs of the two
ly convicted on dff-rent charges, fleets have exchanged official visits L to I P- O 4 and nak .m
were taken from tVe county Jail yes- the mayor of Yokohama. Mr. Mitsu- r r to th thirst and make yo
terday by 'U. O. 0 Igett and, carried 'hashi, will go off pa his launch to I Pure Food Drink has the
to the convict camps to work ou the visit Admiral Sperry. He will be fol-
county road. o, owed by the governor of Kamagawa. f iii O Ab tion With acid plmmialat a
: "s "After this th first detachment o offfl-
Major ato.*of* Ontgomnery. ar- cers will go ashore to return these lf l lf drinks. arantd un
red it y ~Ystery and will oficIal visits..UU Sc. a gla your groc
pe rated 87 bales here on b in Dinner to Officers.
pelantaaed 7 a.Ml.IaOmIrX thn a a- The arl.t large ashore will be -
on the dinner 1a y Admiral Ijul, Congressman Hobson Dev- -
Co.mmandlng the Japanese welcoming _..__
Peter II Bs y r., ty appolated fleet, to the offers on Saturday ered Address Favorin a -
el.et.. O f midtary inspectors by the night. This will be followed by a re- EIL
city DoaIr of Health, says that he ceptn. On Sunday the mayor gives ALr e N a v
will eostilb to hold that position, as a dinner and the men will be pro- .Large avy.
loan as his services are satiohetory vided with a regular program of en-
to the health board. A rumor WMe t tertainment. A reception will also
that Mr. Boeltay would rbsiga. be given on Sunday by the governor y AssocIated Press.
of Kamagawa. Greensboro, N. C., Oct. 15.-Nort1
Th maximum tmperature at Pea- On Monday, morning Admiral Sper- Carblina peace congress adjourned to-
saeola yesterday' we 74 degrees at ry and his flag ocers will come to day. At the final session Congress- superintendent, as his rolling chair
1:15 p ..,' while the minimain was Tokio. They will be driven directly man Hobson and Rev. Willtam G. Mobile Had Another Big was almost burned from under him
55 degrees at *-. a. -m. Last year from the Shimbashi railroad station Hubbard discussed the question of a when he was taken out, and if he does
an the meI date owe Imaanu m to the 8hiba detached palace, one of larger navy. Mr. Hubbard contend- Blaze Early Yesterday not die from the burns and shock it
the imperial residences situated on Ing that war is a relic of the past, and will be a miracle. Beard and Moore
Tokio bay. It was'here that William there is now no need of army or say Morning. will recover from their wounds.
H. Taft and other distinguished except to quell riots. Officials Present Early.
visitors have gressen entertain. The man Hobson contended President John T. Bauer and Com-
hete srihave been entertainer d The that the army Is possibly large enough misioner John D. Hagan. chairman
bkle is richly furnished and is sit- , .s P.o missioner John D. Hagan. chairman
uated In very beautiful roids. Ad- ut we need a greater navy to keep Zenam Morse, a Former of the poor house committee, were
miral Sperry ad the other admirals down militarism and unjut demands at the scene of the fire as early as
together with their stas, will be byoreign powers. N Man 530 o'clock and gave ordrs at once
driven to the palace in four imperial mer pre silent general of t Unitedo Was An Inmate, Was So for t superintendent to see that
^^ carriages which will remainat'the Daughter slw Tf. ^the unfortunates were cared for and
disposal of thile party during their en- Daughters also delivered the congress Badly Burned That He that a new range and cooking utensils
dtiresoal in tloi An eir fn- today, be sent out at once. They made an
syth a Tope i o. emissry from The Good Roads Congress held a Cannot Recover. investigation of the fire and saw that
te Imperial ho thopalad Wll foowbe the session in the morning and after- every one was provided for.
by a stream pt cabipet minriters or Started in Kitchen.
i r secretaries. als nded, the Doc. Quigley Says Trhat p. ......... ===== The fire started in the kitchen de-
admirals will take carriages and make u cy ayS IaS apartment of the white meu's quarters
the oScial calls. Toto is a widely Bryan Is Sure Winner LIST OF INJURED. that are situated just south of the
scattered pla*0 and these visits will -Zenas Moore, former Mobile superintendent's home and when Mrs.
tatIe fine sad mtch hard driving be' (Continued From Fit Page) newspaper man, burned about McDonald. the cook, gave te alarm
f ore e Amria e y i reach, with his company, played in Pena- the face, arms and aead badly. therwes tfeincef Stperinl^deng ws a
.. .tern a hasty lS eam will be cola Tue.isy niht, and before the Robert Beard. burned about roaringfurnace Sr tdentS
offered by Mr. O'rSien allowed by a departure of the company the follow- feet while being dragged from pieo wuohead o tbaheforted ando n pes
"R r]en party i the grounds of the ing day, Qulgley expressed himself the blaze. night clothes and with the assistance
embaly. I tis over, the return to to a Jou rnal representative as be. Joe Moore. burned about the of th e ngro d nuw egan the work
the palace will give a chance for a lieving that Brfyan is a sure winner. face. o ot rescuing nre beginmatesw
breathing IaLp and preparation for "If drawing a crowd is any sign of Joe Gardiner, burned about re e in.
the dinner to be given by the Amerl. popularity, and I think it is about the the face. Bob Beard, a helpless inmate, and
",* carn ambassador at the Imperial Ho surest of any. Bryan will be the next Jehu Simmons. superintendent Joe Moore, a paralytic were in one
S teL The higher officers of the fleet president of the United States. 1 tell the asylum. burned about the room crying like children to be res-
Sd the important Jaanese officials you people flock out to hear him in ? hands, feet and face. cued. Mr. Simmons rushed into the
S" .1 will be laked to t his diner. all parts of the United States. No Loss on building and con- burning room and with the assistance
wTuesdy' P u^a,. matter where he speaks the crowd ih tent about $3,500. covered by of the nurse dragged the two
S With Tueay g e Japanese there, and ltis there to stay until he insurance. men into the yard, having to force


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delicious flavor of fresh fruit ju which i
ind pepsin makes the most heatiil asnd de-
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The Only Pure Extract of Pepper. I
the best Sauce of Oysters and Meats.
Don't Take Any Substitute.

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Try "Huckleberry" Cigars.
Harvest Queen Flour.


QUALITY
Shows itself on every article here, coming, as they do, direct to(
us from factories that ae the acknowledged best, sat ave gained
this reputation by selling goods of artistic merit and highest quality.


JEWELRY


WATCHES


SILVERWARE


I' PERSON'S


Legal Advertnements.
NOTICE 0 SALE.
Under and by virtue of order* made-
by the District Court of the United States
for the Southern Division of the Middl.
IPsltrict of Alabama, and of the District
Court of the ITnited States for th- North-
ern DIstrl-t of Florida. both sitting in
bankruptcy. I will sell at leFuniak
Spring. Fla.. during the leSal hours
of sal,. on Monday. October 26th, 194. all
the property of the Bonharm lminber
Company, bankrupt. of every kind and
description. located in Walton County,
Florida. The property includes sawmill.
engines, boilers. puUl-ys. parts, fittings.
fixtures, mill shed., hanties. small xtock
of commissary goods. three hundred thou.
sand feet of lumber. more or less. stand-
in timber aad timber leases. Property
will be sold treed of all liens. mortages
or incumbrances. Sale will be u e at
public outcry to highest bier for cash.
Certied check for $M.00 required of
every bidder. Checks at o uMc-ui bid-
der* returned immediately after ie.
For further InfortaUton address the
undersigned at Dotham. Ala.
A. M PACK
Trustee In Bnkruptcy of Estate of Ben-
ham Lumber Co. ItoctlOt
MATER's SALE.
By virtue or a decree of foreckmure
rendered by the Hon. J.. EmIet Wolfe.
Judge oft tUe Circuit Court =t Escambis


County, Floida. on the 13th day of July,
A. T). 19t, In the case of B. Mlies. Jr.. vs.
E. D. Renfroe and his wife. Rebecea Ren-
froe and Bass and Compaay. a corpora-
tion, and the ease of Ba a ad Company.
a corporation vs. E. D. Renfroe and witf,
both of which caes are consolidated ia-
tlie said decree. I will on Monday. tre
2nd day of Notvemtbr. A. I). 1901. sell at
public outry for -asIh. to the hibhext bdl-
der. during the legal hours of aale, .i
front of the County Court House door. ti
the CIty of Pen'ola. Eoscambia Count'-'
Florida, the following described re-;-
estate situated. lying and being in the
County of Elcambia, State of Florida. to.
wit: The northeast quarter of the nort!.-
-west quarter, said land being and IyDig
in the northwest quarter of Section T ,W
In Townsbp five. north of Range Thirty-
One. west of Taliaass-ee Mari e a. to
Florida. and also forty acres ln the eat
half of the smouthwet quarter of eetki
Thirty-Four, of Township Six, "roh o1
Ran- Thirty-One. West. the forty acres
herin described being the Nerth Vwert
Aceed, making a total of Eighty Acr
more or less. Tegther with the im.
provements thereon and the herdIli m
ments and appurtnaces therenatoe be-
longing.
Deed at cost of purchaser.
C. IL LANtEY.
oct2oaw4w Special Matf.
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would be anter-est oiat -., -- Douglas and other prosperous towns *3 **** ** **** ***
what Proportion of the mes we meet to Haselharst, with intermediate co-
soe., day have' deadly wepocon VOX POPUUss : Attenton Dem
coled about T ihatr 9 .a A ttlntionwhere --DaostImportantevent.
ched abo-t tfr pe where T. The work of extension of the line be- 4
The demand that everyoe caught Mr. D- yd Ha8elhurst to a connection with -
earrylug a gun shall be severely dealt P Its Milleu division is rapidly progress 9
with amounts to little bcau few or 1r n kewise a uon with its Au- The Brysa-Ker1 Cl.ab of Escam a auty
h ts to e few tor saola Journal: division. The completion of 9 tent organtitlm and the name of every de
are caught. May I be permitted to eply a lit- the road has opened up one of the bet its mebeb hip list It costs notig to ota hut
Ste further to Mr. Bennett's abie efer- sections ta Southern Georgia. abound- name on the yB will be a S uaMe -t of the
A general ronad-sp of the 'efo Cence over the doctriane at Social- tg in SnIA timber and farm land and that the primary object of the .S,>eSa is to
oers ight put a st to the shoot- is or polity ae terms it, which puttg this city in touch with ma dem rat vote t cm
lags in Jacksonville for a me. washed. His letter while dbtless southern moart prof the r ate.-ndus the same to the eretary your sae wib p
e Pregnant th ts percepti- trial Record. p shnp Istwt
Mr. Bryan has sent an urgent re- ble only to the f falls how-- Hundreds of names are belng added to the
S'qst to Cogregaaman Clark of FI ever to satisfy m desire for more Wt' Dfferentew. each day. Send ia yoer aae.
B -- "- s -i,. in the -- .ight; and our. aoul craving for a The Pensacola Journa l a-vt week
Sda to go to his aid In the c l ai touch of high fe which, is previous gave an account of fie little tots Wm. C. Monine, Secretary Bryan-Kern Club,
in. New York. Mr. Clark responded letter presaged, or to give us an in- (white) who wanted to start to 9 Box 484 Penacola. Fla.
S45 'proptly to Mr. Bryan's appeal and'sight to that grand plan which school but couldn't for lack of clothes. Sir- I am for Bryaa ad Kern. Please
Sis already on his way to New York is intended to make angels of us all Also it stated that the little fellows ber of he Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work and
S" and perpetuate e e dless cMin of in their anxiety to get fixed to go. Kern in the coming elecUon.
.., Nryam... a 9s where he gill be in the tght to the dividing up. He prscribes the p- visited all the charitable institution. .
tice but fails to state where it is to amongthem te Salvation Army head- ame.............................
Wad ~be applied, whether to the solar plex- quarters and failed utterly to get the .
Over in Mobile the bar pilots are ua. the seat of learning or the seat scant clothes. It does look like in 9 Precinct Number..............
co because a few of burden. a city like Pensacola some one would
S-comp a'ng because -few shag I It not a fact that every man wo- have taken the matter up as the total Post Olce .......................
Boats anchor i the chanel, making man and child in. this country ave cost to clothe them would only be 9
S t extremely dangerous to bring a an equal opportunity to work ut te nor twelve dollars. The same issue 9** * *9* *4 9** ** 94
o La ni v. s vessel Into the harbor. Mobile's en- tQeir salvation? It not ,what hinders mentions too, that the mayor's salary
S tire thng feet could anchor in Pen- them? Does not the law recognize the ias been raised from $1400) to $2000.
t SB.p right of every proletariat as well as the ---Dade City Star.
H sacola's channel, and then have better endowed to life, liberty and the
Sy. lenty of room for a fleet of war ves pursuit of happiness? If not when does A New Scheme.
g .- els to pass in, it fall? Do we not gratify pur desires Putman county thinks she has
according to our camactles, and it the found a way to secure for herself g gies and
S pink tea aattellites,. as your correspon- many needed improvement- of a sub-

Wednesday the 14th published its lls. the trend of their own minds in their penditures without increasing taxa- W .. W g oT
of contributors to the Bryan and pursuit of happiness, does not he tion. The claim is supported by W 3
P tha- t Kern campaign fund and announced likewise find enjoyment in things figures and backed by good names- O^oosWo
that no more money would be re that are beyond te reach of many the application of business principle SagO
c, A 1o %_ r*, f eeived. for that purpose after the the line according to the immutable difference. Heretofore the county has ton
15th. The Banner raised $144.50, law of the survival of tCe Uittest. paid bigh interest when it wanted
esagH .Tmte wea 0 W O Bg. ad asked fer reeotlen, mostly in one dollar contributions, Is pot the wage earner by. exercis- monet and received none when it had T1 i- i
sMth ly lret sinll acontrih hbution ,ling thrift and industry in a position to a surplus-in many ways waste is
W A MHANG" the largest single contribution being elevate himself to a station of luxury to be replaced by economy-careful
g aNt > --l.ets. for -elcion, and $5.00. and power? If not, whyenot? Is not collections and equal taxation will fill See in rear of Hadware Di
8one- pega m -- t*O Su, Mhir nt. for reelection, and the worker of today better paid than the chasm between the old ways and-
I -;pe Sod: The Democratic campaign commit- at the period when the present captains the new, but still the results promised W77 Tl
a WART A C MHAGL" tee has already spent more than of industry were laying the founda- are almost too good to be accepted W \.. JOn (S n S
SKt h a a fom the peopleoft: 00000 heir fortuandnes? H has only about 20,000w would without grain of salt. The
1111000" Kjat nd 6 it in ft Dakota, ht the people: $200.000 and has only about $20,000 a complete revolution of our industrial full particulars can be secured
WE WANT A CIAMOM.- remaining on hand. More money 43 system benefit the worker? Would ha on request from TI. M. de Mont-
urgently needed to keep up the vigor- not still have to work for the where- maollin, Palatka, and every county in
Seetsl oa asked the people,. To Kanam for re-election, and ous fight now being made till the end with to live? And would not some the state should get busy until the
Sof the st le The camai must more thrifty than their fellows pile possible fallacies are exposed or the
ofthe struggle. The campaign must up a banking account until, finally Putman plan is made the basis for a grounds in the Tampa Bay hotel prop- put of and
.ANT A CHA .a not be allowed to lag, for lack of able to acquire the control of the reformation much needed in Florida. erty He desires to put in a large -York Dispa
SinqtBr HNbpidis to Ulineal and asked for re-electio.s and means to carry it on to a successful means of production and distribution. The business men of Palatka have station which wil be prepared to
tWe-tlirds et e np if IIN mts.eo m nmeaoad: finish. Npw is the time it ever. they would sail aloft again, above the taketa charge of the financial lntere.-t communicate withall of the gulf and Meantime t
Common herd. and bring about the of old Putman-watch the results. Atlantic coast station as far north their own prc
mW WANT A CMANE." The announcement is made fro ame condition which obtained be- The beginning is in expending $190..- as Savanna. The company wants Bulgaria and
ouncemen imae rom fore? What then? Another social revo- 000 for a court house, bridge and this site donated, and there will prob- sidation co
Ali est.W e tIe uolpli W off lwn, even when asked the White House that the president lution? good roada. Next
Ss their Iipli d Aia, rla will not consider it perniciors polite If business is to be conducted good company be no trouble on this sore. The rt o Tha
UsK *gdcea a civity n t r a without gain from where comes the Note Their Cheek. company will no ask a deed to the a spurt of hi
WE WANT A Cm4Am -iv" cal actiUvty on the part of any gov. incentive to labor? While it must be Not content with claiming credit ie but will on require toat he, cf imi
ernment employee in the classified admitted to be a deplorable fact that for the good weather and large crops -bTa i mes -er o their b
The vows of .e w os Is mIi his Wher tney have service to go home and vote in the destitution prevails to a great extent whieh have blessed the country for a Tia.
a eeaOt to- qeak, th OW Ilv nl eaftade to i velss, saynfl: pproching presidential election, at all times, it is however one of the number of years, the republicans are Good Roads the Slogan.
ThisIsencouragig and an natural laws over which humanity now charging the democrats with re-
S WANT ANM. This and an assurance has control, di!positon of our s lb ilit for tae scarlet fever. Goo roas shou be a sever
t teas A ee : that the Roosevelt dynasty is not yet roductsbeing governedentirely bY d th eria, me asles tuberculosis, and p w a0t
t :fully ripe. the law of supply and demand, it tol- other M which affet the people We pee. The topography of the coa-
W lows that when the supply exceeds the happen to note that there Is more amst contact o on theu rtoadsi
6. 9 King Peter's head rests continually demand an accumulation of the va- smallpox in any average sized state necessa to keep them in good ape
San a an e uneasy under ts crown. but it is rious products will. take place and la. of the cultured repmblUca2 north in that is unless we had better ra
bor becomes a drug on the market one year than in the entire democratic de Rad Commissioner, P.
doubtless in a more befuddled state and must remain 4o until disposition outh for two years. The average city isn for thi dl t ha er.
at present than usual. His -ubjects has been made of the surplus goods, of fifty thousand people in the north a ob tans itrit h eed every Robt. .
have got Am "between the devil and more markets have to be found and and rest has more smallpox than the a aislmeanso t pamge t od ds.c.
termfrhimslfo-to the latter th e openedd up. other countries have to be entire state of Florida.-Tampa thsetonaeoegol
term or himself to the latter the deep blue sea. They demand Interested in our productions and Times. ero Is de el t
t-e after Taft's two erm-., he is that he whip Austria, and Peter is while this is being done it is an m- F ida Man an Speaker. Mr. Hinson xcellnt worJ. Walt
i~re to dSitate a second for himself not so sure he can do it, though he fortunate bt nevertheless inexor- Florida Ma Brown o a and later of done on It. d has beenH. M
M. a In his Galesburg speech, w k will reach to 1925, sev. promises that he will. The Servan family must suffer, unless he bas Miami, s traveling as on of the graded carefully and has thirty feet TA
wga1' p and justly soared Preident eatee years heae. have said to him most emphatically I provided for this eventuality. The speaker in the interest of tue demo- space between ditches. Havana everOPW-AU
PS M-r et h e the part be is tkang Referring to the Longworth utter. "Shoot, Pete. or give up the crown." I capitalist expends his wealth to ex- cratic national ticket. Which moves News. Secretary of
Sampaig. Mr. Wat- atee, the Chicago Journal says it pand our commeriaInterests a nd theGainesville Sun to remark: -The fo0red.
I;' Coons everywhere look alike unde introdu s our goods In all arts of the democratic party In the East must PHONE 870. Atton
Swam In his LUisville aspech said: "stamps fTft beyond dispute as mere-.bourrdoodsoinpaakesthnothA
th e" llte t viceet f Rooseveltrn a e similar circtrmstances. It doesn't world; this bringsabout agan a period le hard up for speakers, when they FRIEDMAN DRY GOODS
h i te you thati ly the vicegrept of Roosevelt ruling seem to be an more criminal to mo of prosperity, which must be attributed even consider propositions from Chal. Cepe -
a 1 y up It s emet a g a sort oat protectorate until seem to be any more criminal to m to the energy pluck and patriotism M. Brown, Jr. Is this tae use to which COMPANY. stmS Trasam
ths atcampalgn. I *e but one. If Ies0eveyt shall be ready to come intc and lynch them in Illinois than in of our Incomparable captains of indus.- campaign contributions are being put? Superintendn
-Mississippi Or elsewhere. One. of th-3 try. If so, The Sun regrets its efforts......... ..._Win.
e sageot ebag our rulers at will h, own ag lp." the Journal sugest- Springfield rioters, r ntly acquitted Yours truly. Ah" there friendo me."me That Coi. r
-itt am organisad and pdant mlnor. taI In a semi serious way that "the ARTHUR W. DAVIS. ought to aold you for a while-but it THE BALKAN WAR CLOUD. Mcla.
ty Inside a fortress can withstand president les four sons to whom he of murder in connection with the will never ruffle the impervious at. Raild
te elage ot a aidl oiplMed and -l- U tends to have his crown lyaching of the aged negro, Donegan, A r O- r C. M. o od Jr-, sonatured ga tha oft
gQuilpped edoirty on the out dde- -d ss has been aqitted lo of the char NEWS AND VIEWS, the old mu.an- la n News. Abdul Hamid remarked to one of JUtlO,5e.Nf At
AM*s :all talk about trusts and As lightly as some may be disposed of df-stroying property during the BY TE PR a Big sh. is wives esra that ar Thos.
.oute nid p 4-. to r eh a suggeson, it re- ^rioting. The jury was out sixteen BY STATE PRESS handed a Biishcould see t young Turks were ow
about M kl0 t0a su tionItre- hours before it was ready tsay "not .. .Talk about bass fishing at the pier, fang a condition rather than a COUN
See, mese a u I orais nd SIs h tac1 that a president has as a Atlantic Beach but the women are theory.-Newark News. -Represantatvi
iwi6 a"t b -ds rp i~" I k rt t to dictate the nomination guilty." To Settle German. breaking the records and the folks of C.L.
IThe p ktt's condt is not to letio of his own son his sue- Although the temper of Btelgarians, according to the Apalah cola Times, to take a position with the rear guard was an efort to regulate freight herW C
, e p-aedb as asmply a temporary earer as e has to dictate the nomnl Turks and Servians is just now ripe has under advisement the settlement The latest catch was by Mrs. A .R. rates which has preelpitated the east- Clerk of Cour
qgagmwal indiseretle that detracts natMoa a election- of any other man. for war, and preparations have been of a large number of German track- Toph. who with her husband, D. R. ern embroglo. which threatens Euro- County Judge
S iWMy 4trmoi the 4diogtty bia high AM Srt to 4o such a thing, of going forward, there seems just now ers on land owned by the company R. Toph. are guests of T. M. Berry, at Dean war.-Atlanta Journal. Tax Aeassaor-
a anaeetat et Mof o would appear very mabecom- to be something that has lntetpoed athe e Apci y. e slha c oyrat l the t re c tendWedyit would b e oago dao mto ie otht t res
-Jlal bqIstess for the time being. le-at least it would at the present to call a halt. It maybe that they of that thrifty industrious and law. pulling in bass when Mrs. Toph hook- It wouldbea good ide to wi. out choot T ri
Rt bi not simply a superulal aiter ttal, bat sot so some years from now have found dimeulity in arranging a respecting people is settled near them. ed an immense jewflsh. Much trouble the whole lot andhave dthe ili Ceounty urve
to W glly br shed way adr ar. fo r the public shall have become war .loan. It costs money and a let -Jcksontlle TimesUnion. s ex en fiand i anndi theg landt on new lines.-aBiirmd ng heo
getta after the e ep ga is ovr. ee~tomed to having the president of it to carry on a war now-a-days. Bond Issue not Wanted. pier. When weighed at ayor Shock- Ledger. Cma D
It is a daaneronus pa deiat, a dee- name his successor. Innovations at The day has gone by when armies Tuesday an election was held to au- ley's store at Pablo it was found to It would seem that Bulgaria has a .
pe e evil, a mem to popular tre rst abhorred, if countenanced, be- can be put in the field without great amount it of 10,0 to purchase a shell bass were landed by th Fve larety, but root of aer recent troubles. We
ap. vea it every other interest oome commas and grow on us. They expenditures of cash whichlem mus rusher, to equip a fire department M rs. Toph's catch was the biggest of thought sh problems werouble We d
,| Mme 4 imead e te electioa O Mr. get to be eventually as but a matter come from somewhere. td, to grade the streets of the city. the day.Jacksonlle Metropols o the u ites nsatrWabesowe c our- l
a-t. It M pay ii wrM e all Of t mr. There were but 7 votes cast one -- to the nited State-W cross Jour .
(' -Jt de41at te s-el as *. r ihoos elt has made an Issue In the circuit court over in Bay St vote was thrown out for iregularity WireIee for Tampa. nal. Ser
qhe Sa repueattls f wesldletlal tore serious than any that are Louis, Miss, .. the other day, Jdge W. ity of two votq, thus deteatn the United -Wreless Telegrapa company, pounds of soap last year. declars an votes
Satw hel a to -istate i pua-t wtten la the party platforms. The H. Hardy fined the sheriffl $1W, two bond issue. There was but littlelnter- 42 Broadway N. Y. is in the city to exchange. At present it looks as If '
eal .OTBmasU. ietatrial spirt ad eiorts manifest bailiffs $25 each, ad the members est shown in the result-Apalachicola establish the wireless telegraph sta- a few million pounds of the soft va- At thbe m
aer @gineelt thas lhggs fer .4 by him Cal r tr he concentrated of a jury 410 each for walklg about Time. The imes several nweeksamade riety will have to be ed n Bnl. et tane
.l-.ge' pet -teetly deemed to can- oeemlnaBto of the free voters of over town at night ad =tteinlag Opening of New Railread. Newton in company with Hon E. M. lg ton Star. m"tter Or-W
S. i the eOars to imta O a thir th cowntrr, reardless of thoee l.n- the electric theatres while the jury The Georgia and Florida Ratlroad Hendry. is looking over the city today -t tar t
ltatTl st trtocunder consideration a case between Madison. Florida, and Hazel- with the view of securing a suitable The fact that the powers of Europe
-ri -ta S. atltve the several political partiLes stnd for against a defendant charged with ths week. The first passenger tral lend 300 feet long by 0 feet n width t w h.. v iw


Ia dli t fooir t shooting an officer. The verdlet brought 0s eneursionists into Val- is rsqtlre, though all of the ground ria indicates how serioa the situation A
S d perpettio e that Anybody who is not thoroughly which the jury the next moni re- dosta from tow between Hzelhurat pace will not be ocuped. The poles is. It will be a fortate thing If
aerv rt t r ataAnd that pt T every utterance of any turned into court was a verdict or t The opening of the wi be located at each end of the war ei averted, It will be more for.
uag spirit at our wirrtt dl every utterance of any turned into court was a verdict for new railroad line. giving at present a tract, and a small space will be re- tunate that a general conflict we,
law wMh forbi .tthe giving or ac- a at the several political platforms acquittal. There had been three continuous highwity from Western qu ed for an fee building. One o- is in reality ig, as t re-
e ptnate of a thtl" term of the presi thus tar prmulgated need only to mistrials prior to this, and Judge Florida through. Valdosta, Nashville, cation favorably considered is the fair suit of the Balkan pror*Wation, be Ial
Siy. He advce hlimselft won- write oe to suet himself and get Hardy it excortating the jury, sheriff,
4fttally tn te a.4tjkties ato the peo a sufeleat number of eadorers to and baliffs said that if the verdict of
ie o agll alitml Wprties by tis one nake a natoal party ticket-candi this jury had been one of conviction
S .1o0e btW by Ia -resent conduct 4aes for, vicepreent,icet, he would have been compelled to set
ag. f I* the0tsm accred hMIR h as m such number of preimdentula le It aside,
a destrWed. It leeks as if he was toe as may be necessary in one or Those English suffraettes succeed
-1e a o ere. He seeasm 1 mply to have two states. The newest Is the Ub. ed in disturbing not only the British
S. as -ther ad a roSabeat e*ral party. If the others don't suit parliament, but all Leadon. What
way. W atead of a diOeft route. to that you, examine the platform and can- could have been the real purpose oi
a s dda f the Lerals. Probably such demonstrations not qu e the bst g ro ers and the best grade material and of a y
SS W*# 1hlwtUM4 td onademned. they meet your, deWa. parent. If it was to show to the law-
S eagl be Th rawole t heomake rso. fn o e nln .ha t woe were wois No better time' than right NOW to have new shades nade. P
,, P /r4 a sa0-ia-law. Is Ito be be- Tho regr able ate ooting affair In not too week end gentle to be onom- ,s ... .......
l lie Xr. Rooamelt, tastoad of d- ZksmerBlBe wleh may result ln the pelled to mingle with the coatestlas 50 ce ts up. A ao t W. (
a ririg to sparate himself trom the 4"ath of two popular you" ae is an- crowds of rough, and sometimes I th-. .
p~eM*IaIn4l ehe,. Is striviag to per eter delonw utratia Os the evil tha manaere men about the pllng ___
ge 'melzf In It; for Mis. Loag from the seseless and views places on election day, they t -
h gMpublic dedaratlae that after habit e goiag arma edSad at the-am teil quite well satisfel witk what
eit years. of Mr. Tatt Mr. Romevelt time shows ow ftule -4 th e lanw they have done. Bt If th y taped
tIn to be prseadeat agaia. ls beUlieved agatlast eamrrtan concealed weapes as to thereby *rnm i paMrtr1aM E
to e aretly express the preomelets it is belng as amatered. It glns to toward the extenmiaw t e ato -
s. notwlthetmmdig Mr. I"- IN &e I sis tessath e an.rttms woud wou th ey prealy are 48P"d to 100-10 SOUTH PALA O STREET. ONE 1 PAA
e leth deds hales mae i tI TOs be aepeaMdto ant about disgr sNaag l*p mtamm L every .wasat of *
ais team a lg ca, from 19 to everybody It the objects of the atiU- sense knows better how to wia ar er
t ;tt; i4V t' th1e ui dictates pihtel toting law are to be attained with men.


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A. C. Croom.
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H. Holloway.
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.l 1 a laW. aml ,i-a a ,summer ouung. Tiey visited all
Son of the prominent places in Georgia.
el done is not
.. not POe W pe Mr. C4lyi Wheat and family have
lm&n M s, eiNta g told moved up from Bayou Grande and
w re is the last thin are now pleasantly located on West.
Athe Wen sWjg" the Romaan street.
AI *b thbl beomge tnip Prayer meeting services will beo
% held -in- the Presbyterian New City
14 I eUb blsSg up chidre ars- Mission this evening at 7:30.
for". if Wvwdog to Wang them
- taht thew r yesag hves Mrs. Sol Cahn is at home again,
A e by r6es ad re after a visit oft several weeks in
alI a- they awre ro ed of Philadelphia and other eastern cities.
S imaS -amife are not al. Mrs. C. L. Huyek and children, of
ys t he r say d grls whoae pnt Mole, have joined Mr. Huyck in this
i. -aaed eas m chld- city. where they will in future re-
Saforced tto too side.
t ,t---~? "a y f getting d TO MAKE BETTER DESSERTS
;g&rt. Use the best extrUt*. Blue Ribbon
S he wih ra view V or eo. They are true ex-
tracts, pure, fine, excellent.
o' ni.C of Toledo. Las
N ake oath t h Lovers of Good Music
_*m .aoF.t . have a treat in store for them at the
t ,- lte Bt a ofMO HearOt chuarbh -to be given under di
A"r s Mction. of e of the talented organist ot
ea6At tbe cwed by the church. Prof. IL Seel, at Knighti
r.I-iN ",. of Columbus Hall Tuesday night,
-40 -g V y an fWag& !=i- Oct. 20th. at 8 o'clock. Full pro-
..1r. gyra m will be published ia Sunday'
....S **r os Journal
t I tMi and mu-
.6 S *d for mcf Ibe for The Journal.


deeraum ue harruifsd to see her 15-
eaeI aughter "ae a cigarette
ad dame a t dance for the
Im 1me o'bher friends the Ar-
tUm abe wet unchaperoned. The
>0e0l etDlman! that ahe was like a
t* -vit* rds amauck ftran an over-
das of 984nems.
Th. meatariums are full because
me*Ia s- doot eem able to learn that
le week iw' we; to overwork is aerv-
s prostratios, says a writer in the
Plttbuarg Gaette.
Tll an- discriminating woman
tiat the plite hostess is never in
attentte to her guests, and that is
he houas Where the guest feels like
arskg ""or heaven's sake, give
&e a? aute aloem" There is noth
I m e Utiresome than overdone
The rnmk is tsUally the person
who over-rde* a good idea.
To make pleaseat remarks means
popularity; to always make pleasant
SNbI*P. It Apephancy or ineincerity.
Sold eding Ais good; ever t>
rea. anything In lighter vein is to
AMave a brain wit~ as few high lights
as a Silhbuette.
To lsarn that well done Is not over-
4 1PAthe suest >safeguard against
life's excesses. Moderation may not
b excitaLg, but it wears well.

PERSONAL MENTION.

A euchre will be held at the Prog-
ress Club. on Tuesday afternoon at
3:15 o'clock.'
Miss May Clair White has returned
from sslMsippi, after a visit of six
weeks.
The -many friends of Mis Fanny
Caldwell will be pleaded to learn that
she is improving, although she was
Ubt so well yesterday.
Mrs. J. I. orm returned Monday
from Atlanta, where she has had her
little daughter, Idna, under the
treatment at a specialist.
Mrs. C. E. Hartsfleld, who has been
visiting relatives in Marianna, is ex-
pected home Friday.
Dr. C. M. Niles, of Philadelphia,
will be here oa November 1 to take
eharSe of St. Katherine's church. He
wll alse have charge of St. John's
apfeopal huweh at Warrington.
Mr. C. P. MeMi-'a and Mr. FranL
R. 4ooldig attended the Patterson-
Johasoa wdUing al Muaeogee Wed-
nesday.
Rev. Percival Whaley, of Christ
church, leaves tonight. for Charles-
ton, S. C., to be gone about a weel
or tean days.
Mra. M. E. Oormley and sister, Miss
Georgia Carrell. have returned from
.h it1 i 5SW fth poiMn p$acs-I-Georgi.


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GRAND RIDGE

Seelal te Th i Junmal.
Grand Ridge, Oct. 14-Most of tie
corn is housed and cotton picking i.
well advanced. Hay making is still
going on, and the hay industry is
worthy of all cdmmumedation. Fif-
teen years ago there was not a mow-
ing machine in the east half of Jack-
son county. Now there is scarcely a
farmer, or land owner but who as
a mowing machine, and spriag4Aothe
rake. and the increase an growth of
cgab grass, beggar weed, mad Florida
clover, is really phenomenal. Corn
fields, that were cultivated, aad "laid
by," in first cla-s condition, have from
a half ton to a ton of the best of hmay
per acre and farmers have gathered
their corn, and are now cutting grass,
and corn stalks together. After cut-
ting, the cornstalks are pitched aut
and piled, before raking the hay, and
in some places the grounds, with
whatever vegetation remains, is being
plowed under, ready for fail owing of
rye and oats.
One of the evidences of better firm-
ing, and increased fertility, is this
wonderful growth of after grasu. and
which has all the succulence of
the timothy and clover of the north,
and coming thus as a second crop. and
in ample quantity, to supply a propor-
tionate amount of stock to the area
cultivated. This singular fact cannot
be appreciated by our northern farm-
ers. and thus obviates the keeping
of a full proportion of meadow lands
on each northern plantation.
Another important fact is the evi-
dence that these lands have in the
past decade, been brought up fully
one hundred per cent in strengtN and
productiveness, and this much is the
pledge of what can, and will be done
in a few more years.
Sugar Cane.
Sugar cane, corn and iay are the
three leading farm crops of this sec-
tion. Cotton is almom ada-domed
and seed cane will be pat down for
an almost doubling of sugar came
growing of next seeas.. Farms are
all now arranging for the grinding
season, and early in November all the
planters will be%- making syrup.
Prices now offered for syrup are about
the same as last year and buyers are
more numerous. The establishing of
refineries at Birmingham, Montgom-
ery, Bainridge. Columbus, Waycross
and Jacksonville gives many bidders
for our West Florida syrups and if the
growth of cane, and the manufacture
of syrups, was increased fifty fold, he
market would be greatly better. aid if.
the syrup trade was overstocked, our
superior cane would then be wanted
for sugar, and if the sugar cane now
grown in all of Jackson county was
increased ten fold it would be only
enough to supply one of the larger
sugar factories now being built in
Louisiana and Cuba. As we now im-
port over one hundred million dollars
worth of suxar each year and the ecoh-
sumption of/ sugar by our people ,is
increasing even more rapidly than the
increase of our population, so It will-
be a good many years before we pro--
duce as much sugar as is consumed
in the United States.
Mr. editor, the successful growth of-
sugar cane in West Florida is fully


.Rev. z.' Vs, O o~ WASas
pleasant visitor to our town last
-1:0week.
vJohn P. Rogers, of Catawba, is
vr'itLng our town.
WIlliam G. Hudson and family
hhib returned from Hubert, Ala.,
9 where they have been visiting rela-
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fN.CHUMUCKLA.

Special t The JournaL
---/+ oNrth Chamuckla, Oct. 15.-The
cototn market has been exceedingly
dull this week. No sales reported
A,' up to one o'clock this afternoon.
Every.line of business has been un-
Sn1, usually quiet throughout the entire
city. But we look forward to better
times after the 3rd of November,
when the wires will be kept hot con-
veying the news over this great na-
tion that Nebraskas great statesman
has been chosen by the majority ot
thr voters -of these United States the
a!n e! e for our chief executive.
Cod grant it!
I am reliably informed that
the- Messrs. eCas kill, of Norm, have
sod. oat their entire stock of woods
boras to Kennedy & Stallworth, liv-
"cry stable men at Repton, and Mon-
roeville. Ala. There Is going to be
a lot of backig and a kicking and a
snorting in thalt hundred head of
wild ponies when they are pressed
Into service.
Rhett G. Stanton and wife, of Bluff
Sprlga. are vixstng the McDavid.
l mib-aeral springs sor a few days.
Miss Julia MeArthw returned a day
or two .a& from a pleasant visit to
her r "er, Mrs. W. A. McDavid, at
Century.
R- iov. en Slitch preached his fare-
wel sermo At Damaszecus (Coon Hill)
DES..O W .w-* G- OSTOUE. chapab, last .Bgity, which was a
The drawing abewa a vy-m r street wear, the emst vey ~SMMait ad impressiove one.
having the newest fe.t As. 1 5 0g01 TUe meal *n black broad- Wdt wish kw.c_ k success in MA
cloth, with satin reverse atg. ".ge*Ie ., -, but the mois g Weld o labwr. He is now con-
is also especially well adsta to mtt 1sW t-, such as ay si -or ears d.eaiu'a. XWrei at Bethel, better
cul. The skirt of the gow. wasf atl gt, in a gored cit r, kmof 'S PutmK school house.
and tue sleeves were sl&a5-a-tW 5 a nsss lg ar)p and Mrs. Dave Morri, of Nora,


demonstrated. T'e superior quality
of ou yrup IS now acknowledged.
The market pre being paid makes it
easily the best paying crop. It is the
surest crop grown and will stand the
extremes of wet or dry weather bet-
ter than any others. So far in this
-section it has no Insect enemies. It
is twenty-4v per ett richer in sugar
than Louisiana. Therefore when sy-
rup ceases to pay, If that time ever
comes sugar factories of large ca-
pacity will be Installed, and therefore
we say, with all possible emphasis,
that every farmer in West Florida
should put down mote or less seed
cane this fall. but don't begin too
soon, or until the ground is wet, and
the weather cooler. Much damage has
come to seed cane the past two sea-
sons by our planters here. in plant-
ing seed cane too soon. Better let
it have a slight frost even to the.
damage of a few of the top buds. than
to have the whole cane dried up and
the life germ destroyed with the dry
earth.
Slightly Colder with Snow.
When you see that kind of a weather
forecast you know that rheumatism
weather is at hand. Get ready for
it now by getting a bottle of Ballard's
Snow Liniment. Finest tilng. made
for rheumatism, ealllblains, frost bite,
sore and stiff Joints and muscles, all
aches and pals. 25c, 50c and $1.00
a bottle.
Sold and seeommended by W. A.
D'Alemberte. d2Fagit and apothecary,
121 South Palaftoz street, Pensacola,
Fla.


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seclal T Th J ernaL
Harris, Oct. 1 .-The many friends
here of Mrs. Mary C. Gibson, of Mo-
bite. Ala., regret very much to learn
of her death. AH kaew she was very
sick and so ihea6e of recovery, al-
though newkI 4r ter death yesterday
was received wth a severe whoek.
She Is e anrv by four children, ad
is e mother't. Mrs. A. G. Harris,
of this place. bem died at the howe
of Mrs. Myrte Ahastroag, her daugh-
ter, in Mobile. One son and daugh-
Ter resi4de ta Lolsville.
$ Ars. J. D. u9 of Camp Walton,
spent Sunday = her hotver, Mrs.
A. G. Harris.
Mrs.. John Mtrtin spent Sunday
night at Caa p Walton. the guest ot
Mr. J. T. BrOokS and family, and re-
ported here 'that Mr. Brooks wa'
quite. III, but we truly hope he le
much impro*tA- titk writing. '
W. Hi. Wick was a business caller
at -Pebsaola and Milton last week.
While there he visited with his many
friends whom he says extended him
a hearty welcome.
D. R. King left. yesterday for De-
Funiak o bringshis mother home.
George Wrightk' r Garniers, wa
the guest of Capt. Asa Ward and fam-
ily Monday.
Mrs. Ruth Reddick and Mr. Robt.
Vickery were pleasant callers at the
-home of Mrs. Bell Wright Sunday.
Mrs. M. Condon, we are glad to
say, is about over her spell of sick-
.ness with fever, and sore foot. as she.
-las been very busy the past two weeks
building a store .room on' her place,


The Fr~it
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LUZIANNEC01%op"P'EW
Is me ha 1a wo otbe vow
Sam 2-.-.. 5 cfa i-lb CON-.
THE REILY-TAYLOR COMPANY.
NEW ORLEANS, Ul & SA.
Con@Mdafti Growsy .,Penesiacobla mini
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aided by her daughter, Misas Fannale.
SFater Swaney, of Mobile, is the
guest this week at the Spottswood
tInn.
The steamer Belle passed here
yesterday with a new coat of paint.
The schooner Honor went down
Monday witi 77 barrels of rosin and
sptMet, onmaMed by Capt. Asa
Ward.
Mrs. Alice Jones and Mrs. Henry
Thomas are visiting their sister,
Mrs. James Burlison ,at Boggy.
Miss Fannie Condon begins a
dancing school at her home tonight.
PAIONE 870.
FRIEDMAN DRY GOODS
COMPANY.


r CAMP WALTON

eial to 1Thm Junal.
Camp Walton. OctL J5.-J .T.
Brooks who has been very sick for the
past two weeks Is now improving and
we hope to soon see him on the streets
again.
T. C. Brooks returned today from
Mobile, and other points where he had
been looking for a boat for the past
few days.
Quite a crowd of Peasacola boys
came up today on Allie Riera's launch
to spend a few days at the camp in
Garniers Bayou.
Mrs. W. C. Pryor who has been
sick and unable to run her hotel for-
merly known as Gulfview, but in fu-
ture "Hotel Frances," is now quite
well again, and ready to receive any
guests who may wish to spend a
few days or weeks In the beautiful
little city of Camp Walton. where the
fiih and odve are plentiful.
Times are quite lively around these
parts now a days. Plenty of launches
steamboats and other boat, running
here daily.
Mrs. Belle Wright and little daugh-
ter Virgie were the guests of Mrs. W.
C. Pryor one day last week.
F. C. Eaton's cottage will soon be
finished. It being the second new
building of Camp Walton this sum-
mer.
Mrs. Bruce, a very distinguished
lady from Ohio is registered at "Hotel
Fraces." She is a first cousin of the
Vanderbilts.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Smith of Camp
Waltqn arq spending a short while at
their home in DeFuniak.
Mrs. Risinger of DeFuniak, is s pend-
ing a few days at 'Hotel Prances."
She is a daughter of Mrs. Bruce, of
CUas. Cox, of Shoal River who has
beea vivittng at Brookedale a few
dayo, returned home yesterday.
P. C. Eaton and family are stopping
at -Hotel Frances" until their cottage
is lashed after which they will go
to Oregon and other wester points to
spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Turton of
Pensacola, who have been spending
a few days at Brooksdale. returned
home last Saturday, taking with them
quite a number of doves, which Mr.
Turton had killed, in the Broksdale
A l4d.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marler, of Des-
tin spent the day yesterday with Mr.
J. T. Brooks and family.


JAY.

sesial to Tb Journal.
Jay. Oct. 15.-J. B. Jones made a
trip to Peasacola last week in the
interest of his business.
Quite a large number of people
from this section attended John Rob-
inson's big show at Flomaton on the
8th, and on their return reported a
good time.
F. f. Higdon visited friends and
relatives in Evergreen and vicinity
last week.
The Sryant-Hardee Company's saw
mill is running on regular time now.
The Tarmers here have taken ad-
vantage of the past favorable weath-
er, and picked out most of their cot
ton.
Dr. R. Thames and E. M. Magaha
attended the county judge's court in
Miltol Baturday.
Dr. R. Thames made a profession
al ftp to Catawba yesterday.
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17th., with a beautiful line of


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Dresses and Novelties

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members of Bethel ehureh, were bap-
Utsed last Baday eveaing.
Wjlnam. s err Bso.snma ame
Claude Pentoa, who are workldg at
Atmore. spent a few days at home
wi'A their parents this week.
Mss Forbes, of Century. was visit-
ing friends and relatives la Nora a
few days ago.
Clifford T. Miller, who is at nemnti
working in PesacoWa spent part to
Tast Sabbath at home and the other
part looking after his future atairs.
Mrs. Joe Minler, who was called to
the beside of her ck daughter,
Mrs. Hatchel. n Darllt &. C, some
time since, writes that Mrs. iathebl
is doing nicely aad will soom be re-
stored to her- aecustomed- health
again.
The handsome store building under
construction on the southwest corner
of Main street sad Bowman avenue
will soon be completed. The build-
ing Is owned by Mr. Rbert Bell. who
will put in a full lpne of high grad-
merchandiseA a s -a a the eastract-
ors tdrn itover to him. Mr. Boll is
a hustler and onae of McDavi's most
promising young business men. Just
a few more business men like him
and MqDavid will be second to an
town on this division of the LA. & N.
M. L -Itli, of 4H Mat street. and
Hustler's alley, haa mae some re-
pairs on his home, which adds to the
beauty of hi, place very much.
.JMy esteemed frittdaW, Mr. Henry
A. Lee. the I4. & N.'s eMeieat station-
malter, mentioned to me about in-
vesting i,. real estate in McDavid.
He seems to think that McDavid has
a bright future. I look upon him as
good authority, as I consider him oae
of the L. & N.'s most prompt and
effcient employes of the entire sys-
tem in his department.
The Conecuh Mill Co.. started to
work on their saw mill plant yester-
day morning. It is one of the beat
locations I ever saw. The timber is
put into the lake, where it is rafted
ready for shipment. B. F. Jeraigan.
the presldept, Is a hustler and will
push the work through. C. V. Chand-
ler, of Bluff Springs, Is in charge of
the construction* of the plant and
will soon have It in operations" Mr.
ChanTder is an experienced mill man.
Mrs. Sabra MceDavd. of McDlevd,
wslo has been spending a few days
with relatives here. left yesterday
for Nora, where she will remain a
day or two with Messrs. McCasakll
and families.
It was my pleasure to call at Mrs.
McDaviTs home in North McDavid.
white visiting that town a few days
ago, where I was most cordially en-
tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mce
David, Mrs. Allie McDavid-Caro, and
Master Pault Caro.
J. W. Davis and family, of Merid-
ian, Miss., are visiting their uncle
an aunt, Mr. ad $ra. MHery C. Me.
David, in North Chuamueda. Mr. Da.
vis Was been seriously i M lame his
arriva in the city, bat we are pleaseMd
to state at this writing he s very
much better, and we hope be wll still
convalesce and be restored ft Ils ac-
cqtomed health again soon.
w. T. Bass, our county surveyor,
is in We community. He eame up-to
do aome work for W. D. McDavid. on
this side of the river.
Your correspondent and a relative
of the late W. H. McDaid,. who died
in your city a few days ago; extend
to the bereaved widow and his Im-
mediate family their deepest Vym-
pathy.
Chipley Diamond, now employed
near Roberts, was at home with hds
parefis a portion of. last Sabbath.


The veIrS fintite 'a
the list of supplies -o a
camping party shodd
be: Five cakes of Ivory .
Soap. #

Use one cake for bath-

aWg; another for the toi-
let; a third to cleanse
underwear and flannel
and the other two to
keep pots, pans, and

plates free from impui.
ties.

Ivory Soap

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GARNIERS.
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Garnlers, Oct. 1L-The Viola 14
her weekly trip, returning Monday
moruflt loaded with supplies sa
empty barrels for the Ray & McDat-
Be still.
R. H. Littlefleld is moving tIs o "t e
balding 1rom its old location ftr-
ther down the bayou, near his bome.
He expects soon to put in a stock "
goods.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartgrove were call-
ers on Pive Mile bayoA Sunday.
Geo. Boule is building an additlea
to hi# dwelling consisting of a ktih-
ea ad dining room. Winkley & Bop.
per are doing the work.
Miss Laura Iarle has been improv-
ing her house by having double Soonr
put In two of the rooms.
Mr. L. W. Winkley has made a
great change la his homestead in the
past three months. More than many
make in .as many years.
Mr. P. L. Hand has eommegced
bsi VT a new houne for himself. It
will, when finished contain 5 rooms.
DON'T PAY CARRIERS.
Once more the Journal must call the
attention of.its subscribers to the pay-
I"g of subscriptions to carriers.
Carriers are not aathorsed to eel*,'
leet for the Journal. Its only aute m. ,
ied collectors In Pensacola ag--
Meoars. J. A. Wales, Sam. M. l|aN
0. Lambrecht, John Gerkin and ner
White. On the road the paper s rap-
resented by Charles F.. Steward, 0
U. Porter, R. E Williams and W A.
Deal.
,Receipts signed by thee gentle n
will be acknowled&ad by the office
but none other.
Doa't pay carriers.
FRED A. SiWu T.
Mgr. CbI e.

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAUl FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, lus.


AS^'t.-l IFIED ADVERT-I E NTS THSTAT' PA
Wat a ave. ADVR E What ou avon EMay an


,tW want S&mo mt. e l-se May Have. & VERT IT SS What You Have Someone Else May Want.
*** Wha You Have


;Looking For a Home? $IU O A-R THE A. 8, C OF INVESTMENT
to bay where the property must increase In value.
Thal seene aisi Mowa"n"a m.........S S- *r 48L49 s ay WherR eI tIs t- theFtoSwts of the Selier to Have That Property 1 1
........... ,..0 ...........h f..... s... g he I .o plain. that no argument is needed. The second of t a 0w.
ma ow maft ". wB"neefs oCYa, Wr s one o e et farm wtu- W e t ITnr tfhe litset of the ier to Have that Property m cotta
-# U -Wt In 25 minutes' drive of the city. The Grew. ti worth-Mat careful consideration.
............ .a.t .. .... 6 ..... ground lays well and is fertile. ht The broad principle of Russel Sages advice. "Young Man, Buy Realmode im


P- "Sr 'W irJfi' WD um accept $Pl0.00 down. balance at 8 pe" e*at. All we ask -to-4o Is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any S. a mw
mg-ai i12aterest, monthly, quarterly or annually. ether property in amen Pena cola.
Sl a ---Land in same locality ae at $5.00 per We guarantee sweet car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within Call and
bo.a .............. ..... acre. H9use insured for $ .01. BargaW nine months froen date. now fu oo
_.S. o '..og a" --- ----- -.---- ---- -- .. -- -- -,. o,---,t,- ---1^"f property.
boegt lrts ea a'-w 6 s f teg some one. You ant buy you might as well buy h eg osot now or 0 andi ul, Of prope t
SmIft am t ** ts enuw. albtati on a e ach according to locate, on the Istallment plan, at 10 per cent. down
S- ................................................... o a eo an d 5 per cat natly. no intrt or taxe u until paid for, or for half cash ____
most '' ar t i'es t, th a ch & ding or l ca tio w onth liberal discount., at-0 p r-cnt. dow
dgoIs"g lotsoby-u .......... e.. T b...t-.... e bt340000 a Buys one of the new 4-room cottage a Only d lots wll be sold at present price. When this allotment is .
T O D l-T O' i... . '. '-. rqua rter-bockofro .bhrom sode, no further sales will be made by us until after street car line is com- e n li Rk AL n A
.W WAL PM TY OF ALL KINDS TO e YOUR WAN-TS... suburb, 8. W ouf PaeedSW. of Kupf *s P ark. Peca pleted.s-- .
W I-A SCUTY. LOAN~S7 IN ANY AMOUNTS sad other fruit trees, within few blocio Six years ago a few brave souls bought lots in New City for $50 each. NTHE RENT COLLECTORS"
SAT ~NT T N of car line. Will sell on payments Ik The street car e was extended and many of these lots have sold REAL ESTATE, RENTS and LOAN
egE4fe t -o Let t o sa Timeunt Sulding. rent, .10.00 down and $10. per at tor 5M.00 each, since then. Mast Pensacola will do as well. The biggest O a es
.,.' -. OLCI TE.,.. ~ boom that ever occurred In the history of the world, will within the next S P&. 90. Ph. 67. P-.
... N CTiO OR CORiU- a CITE. 1fA few years take place in Real Estate. and mark these words, East Pensacola
will beDa record breaker.
SFive-room cottage, 2 bed rooms, 1ixl5 No lote sold to uMdesirable parties. We shall have some Interesting
'W AT SO Nwith closet, dining roo12S. ball #2, things to say from time to time. but the most interesting of all is this-
O TNTkitchen 12.. en G 12. Nices s Dat. o Walt. t W binb e the 2 lots are sold. __-_-,
iTHM R NTAL A01TS." ed. Grates In every ro<-; t weon
g.g UWATg, RIITAL. AND IN8UVA6NCZ AGENTS ..btw o The Pensacola Investment Co., [ ARKRT
Pn No. worth $1600.00. This wiD also be sold I North Palafox St. An rar
on rent payment plan, o. $15.00 down ad=l
$15.00 per month. lS
$100... ____...._.. ..___1_00____._I PENUACOLA CO
WA D. FOR SAL Five-room house and lot. No. .- WHN PAY R o Two '
1 .FR1'ta.oe Vast Intendencia street. Baran. W Y o r ttornametb
r eS o.Var" I yCOWi rsemoadlee box. .Very > When you c- an uy a home so cheap $1 00.aO ...In. -s-. -s. t.w b tit m......i
100166Lcustehemp.Apply10.Gardencane, or If you want to buy, Cll O $300 h and $30 a month will buy anyS a Cottage Home in a he Strt
SFOR a i enable to care for 5 rooms, reception hall, bath. gas, etc. eSt RSidence Section been ted with me A.AL
Is feet lo.afee agrow est ad O rnsvery re., n i$100 ts and $20 a month will nba of East Hill, block from at e owr mein otl Savanh Ga. O
weasonnabb lii pO Ariice- Ra somae* Addres DBox 667 or phones 102, \ 5-room and hall boe oo East Desoto of the state. See at once if arethe aval store
aweesd "t. C7it w L L So, B R W street Cheap at $1 bu* a car ie; 6 rooms, new, **
h by 4as0 10-FOR, oSAIU-e el-fasbiened black REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSUR -room house on North Hill. Price. $ bth, hot and cold water, N ...........;;
1 bona.nta t o hee, .sid e-- Nin the city, on East half-block of sanitary connections 9- .................
ad b ee mlch cow. Apply d car Une. all modern rooms. ...................
.You to kaow that the o- Mrs. M. Wama., Mton. Fla. Istocw UoNce s on oa. fOOt front and side gal- I SIIe E. Brooks H ..................
ih dirabl a L .....l..........ery. South front. Large.......
ynr a6otn lo *on eap one-mbaeltsry each, ---
ess ~se e edown town. Ap- t Leslie E BrookSCO lot. The balance like ______.-__ -___
ruan.ture Coo,^w. oe rsM.N -ma UnIW iltol.o 1 w Ho s a jcorporate s trent. Don't slave for sla -- frornti
FOR BAL -at a bargain, a lot 6zx 2 REAL ESTATE AND INSURANC. yOur landlord.
.nookk dErlost.milk-*nhouseitlocated at 504 .."1 43 Seuth Paaf ox Stroet __J"__o_,
atJ o* N."*s tt Apply." a~,o er. To suit you and sell it on e StN SR. HELP WANTED. aT NI
the to kow that Ioctlw* plan on O 5 lots on 16th ave WANTED-First-clm cook. none others tmber mkets. o
seenS at The Parisia Taorn ERANgTLY WILL SELL AT lots on comer 0o1 .lt Avenue u FOR c.a. necap rn i averages qof ete
T at "ofi LOW P-U RES FOR CASH, FIRST- and Gadsden street. Take a POR RENT OR AL-A arm oood ea t roperty WANTED-A woman or do en- ree
f, _TBbe *tce*- CLAW FURNITURE, ANTIQUE land, at the -rom house. -story barn andT in this section $1100 eral housework. 520 W. GregorJ.Se abeot the ave"
f P lrca t- C A UR R A look at the lots and ing me sheds, situated 5 miles from city hall, o
C th.P~ CTOV ETC. P. STON!, 34 E. up Monday. Journal. 1ctStV* A. W. BAllock, Jr, AlN o o o PENSACO
Sloe "iCHASE-ST.,. lloct..w-pd This is your itabnCe FOR RENT---room cottage, gas and P1ON. St Alien House. octlrw St
,-amLt mea- hoaes Toypewriter, bth.1010 East Cervantes, $15 Including PHONEo T oANTED--A experienced girl to sew a ri
To pdca m now! Ad rsBox .- Ali Rooms 304-30 Thisen Building h leont tolear
p;lanMwJW h k thatoothers m -10oct Apply W. R. Bishop, 12 W. omana St. Baon....
otiPens' newl am Box I W. Bullock,J water Al 12 as Cvte o o 0 s B 0t25on
Issed to k &a. ak W. Lwsoz MOR BAeA-- l y AaW p A FOR RENT 1ot C. ers .
ggag rugs A" lacecurtainstWbee6 Stores.DWAe
and t. Pe 7 and ery P 608 Thsoen Wdg. DeLuna Street .................... $2. .. WANTED-A first-class look. Good Bellies 25 to 20 I
W WANT to make nl salesman cal. Solemn Purnit _______309 E. Intendencia Street .........$ .00 -.--- salary. .Apply 229 N. Spring street Shoulders .......
dMofa%"..4 kid we p.--et. ::::::::::d our6WEST FLORIDA r 6 uC.....o w a ....n..s-.
do r air_,ing. t elecr ,a lO r .w. Governma, t St ....... L, -".. 106 S. Tarragona Street _%....... 1000 L h" .
sm! d W reecubox k 12...0 ". Sv G. 12 .Tarragona Street ,o.......:..12.00 WVEST FLORDAWANTED-AUexer s
We -Romas- .Phorn.e. eteat o t inboxb n .................MISCE.LL.ANEOU1W.S. .,Street... ...*****...... ..... e...... ...tr .. .....'..l ..
WANTID-Your orde for t tlent cnton. Onlynu nt ae - Boarding House.. ug and lace curtain, on weeor ohen ce
andvseas. DeliverS"anP ofTermscash or timepa HAVE YOUR 1ww R National Hotel. r. oo .........600 month installments. olomsn u ture Chese ( lb)-
n11~6 DMMMarketIM TIf tX.XWatwas Ge.DorPery. onrorpaired. clean30 o-EL.. Writ.......... .- .Co... Government St. lOoctim New o Datstes
I Same o 1158. spt cola.4 . UToct2wTy writer Expert, at J.- A. 111 I ackson .............. ..00 APALACHICOLA. WANTD-adyand geneman ca n- ..
A WANTED-AU Ide of sesh pR SALB-Tniered lands to l on. Walker's Bok Store, Phone 1'83. 18 N. Palafox St ............-15.00 ULLERHOT*lApavassers to handle se household ar- .............
.Igets. Bnt them to us ? tshi mM msmll ttew SSthen. RealEstaeand 1aoctlw* 0 North Reua Street ............r12.50 LLR HOTL.. Apa.achcola. Old3ot m oFnUe, seH t EL. s ". ....-..
.ets._ _* e.o -J. C. YOUNG will repar umbrella. 207 N. Reus St ... ............15.00 best service. Rates 1.50 and 2.00. D IT
SMell p LAUNCeL22% ft long. 44-ineb beam 7 Make it good as new.C moder- 1211 E. Cervantes Street ..........512.50 eal rates by week. Jein. Prop. IT MAKyo ve NO Draw a. E what ancy Head .....
H. P Speed about 10 mileser ate. 22% 8. Tarragona, between Garden Cor. ISth Avenue and 10th street.. 16.00 you've los or foead or what have Medhta .........
U^ ,mA buyrfor 15 lots to ne hour. Ai*AA. Wrighton. 6 WR and Romana Sta. I29sept Cor. 15th Avenue shld 4th Street..%20.00 THE JOURNAL'S Panama Canal Ed- or sale or want to ba or ere ae; it Cracked ..........
aw d house with 5 lots on Bast ILI. as a t0 308 E. Intendencta Spwot ........520.00 ions at 15e a Fll of ilustrtion makes no differene whether you want to Japan fay ...
An drews., N. fPlafoX St. Septt NOTICB-I wil not bo responsible for 613 E. Government t et........ 15.00 and local views. ust the thing to send to em anyone or want a Jo The Jour- Japan. *
I. r s es to R SALE-A oe -story house with all debts contracted by Savine Le Polde- 1307 E. Strong St. ...............512.50 out-of-town friends They are ready for t Want q My
8.tIwai-T.o, abo- to a r.a mDeron e--cea. on East HIL, one vant or anyone else. M. G. LePoldevant. 1913 E. Strong Street .............511.00 mailing.- t cheapest metancy Ptt ...
Wait. M s 3 m s blok -hem ear Mae Lon a corner fac- "24sptlm* Large 10-room house at Fishervtlle. .N.L .. w ... .. _n. Stat..........
;LA ... sa2 ll J blc i lSot.ic o cre fac with electric lights, b.h, hot and cold UNCE S wn a ri taht ...**.
Me on Ba2 I-FYOU WANT TO BORROW mosey; water; can be rented furnished or unfur- PoMLovee 15. T mlndmtionf hre (etr l..
L v....tcot mOr or It you would like to lend some at a nlshed. servant haus in yard: I blocks MONEY TO LOAN. Neas
N.ev a wants' g than the se price, at s4000.ood rate of interest on t-ed ae- from car line. Mail Clerk, Customs Clerks and Clerks at Copound, T. .
pu~e xo sMAf..Wat fS6 ~ o- n it is the 4uickest, easIest aWd cheapest Cor. Romana and Palafox Sts- two a- clpre mortgages on cit Comran e Ylei Pe p
atA i w--m h ouse an 6 o a on e t ,rt Hiyl s the. Journal's... t . .m .. o .. . . t have $100,00.0 n shioant Wast ..n om i g. 8 t. $. P ea y. . ie e..a..
_____ __ __m $" _otsa A w inoo way. c upstairs ete n anytamount from $1,e up.0 R m R
MA (-room house, ornear ltot, N Spring A. H. McLEOD co.. Salmakers-.Can- The Fisher Real Estate You have wored your mne ate t ocheter. N. Ta. Yct.. .
Aas AND o .oo2 use from. l 14-Inch to 5-inch. of all itwo A fo r you ^.Te sheref*Rlta. WANTED-Iodle-lgl. wwte woman to 2--a .. Tr
SOBOARD A R OM so ( s. pply of Awni d. Agency. Agency, 26 So. Palafox Street. 10-Ju. cook and housework te per- O (per .)-
S"" A 5-room hom $a"Sa lets e n North weights.,ag sceuplyAroyoAwniengtGoodAgg.t-g- erntdoro;-^ --
b e ne.hM- M ed fsroms -A.lot on the corner of Chase ad sto 708 south Palafox... nalwa eEnCECTO O r* .
oiS bS cSkfro. Pn l-DeVe streets, at $S2M.00.0 th" at Is coming to you."' We- can place ft-' _ptlm Po0. ^rO...
lie W. St. 1oett Cottage on W. Government St.. $1300e. M ERCCHANE. CO.. Th'" B PARTIES out of a 3tb should try The on first mortgages on iprom ved eity r........

roaso busieo a eton Pafo for upnent. Furniture stored. Olo rate, they are worth trying for you have Pfox. L, S. *r br e
S ttag a Lae Bayou at Those .. ts all kds Journals Want Comas. The cost erty How mu does i acy' C.
on the beacb. Teram reason o- n phone 7. eot phoe T. jnetf alln to aa and nothing to se. White ...........
'M r C. J. AUea. *.13- s for sale. r MONY LOANED n am K s of LIVE STOCK Yellow Mix
ectbDAY.eSt. YOUfARMJUDGEDfbyOr rent why not sonal property on short notie. Oapb.
t. cotsn more to have the best. Have advertise it Int colms? very twrs. t urban lots sold on easy pay- AND POULTRY per t--
I Wt PNT AD ae.t novelty out at the ey ri nting .. O, W. one to sure to see It. J. .ay .. UW. Timothy .........
E Wprorate yfor or two o cl wite bue ad amber oormamont- .o.tw. 4 J Johnson gras ...
a ora mp.e. Sr -e or seat to on rdcept of nwy hi efan m. Bb.. .-M .. FOR RRENT- MONT ANED. on reis estate ani *S ***. .**. Alalts .A.... t ..
and on car Itae. 432 W. _. r e oM PhoeM 102, p. O. Box A. --M s. ten Two warehouses with private aldetracL pe al property in thy e tyf e Bran per ..
oc.w. Ws.,. t, t-r S.5 rEast Ga.ey ear P.lle l on shrtnotice. Terms easy. FOR SALB-One .od Jerey Cow with horts, wheat ...
*o farta t*a-l.-a L ad IP h Me to "r l arene*oose P "e1fectodthwnipg. .rW de, young calf. Apply T. E. Welles. 14oet e^ r
Me twe young men. 41,East Ut. te1 1to1te 10beikt a year ge put B|01 a P FOR SALE--A few choice cockerels and %Bulk Oats. 2 1-2
SZtI a oamaRi lB aa tha eas es.--es. -Store ... G --T, "- -- pu llets. Rhode Iland Reds, White Les- G"round eats and
D r bg the da', . w.ee. .. .. .... __ 14-1.- South Tarra-au Sta S ..$ lUFOUND. horns, Light B m and Bla ck Lan- C-. eal, per ton .
F WiT--ROOKD RO-SO t- e day, we---AMPWNT PLACS T Bmles from Pen- E TDUCATIONAL nHouses- .. hans. One to ve doloars eah. Call or C. s. Hull, per ton.
Zr --IO Aply No. . a .e bs Stf. ae0 oas. e wt r-f OOUive station. *.... 119 ns. Baylen, $20.0. write Mrs. W. F. Reed, 423 N. Barcelona. Corn meal, per sad
U mect-m* aew_ as T-miB oe o l.a Jackson 430 West Cervantes. 510._. FOUND-In front of Hugheyon. o one l'ot Corn meal bolted
L road. Mb waIeb aa d tobacco Fand. ULL CONSERVATORY COURSE. Nor* Flshervtlle, modern, $17.55. pocketbook. Owner can have same by ''. Chops, per sack ...
WO 3WWYI.T .U.N .H.D ROOMB .r fefted l ass wt th woven-wire mal method. Harmony. Theory. Peda- 37 E. Roma.na. 2e.0. Identifying and paying costs. Apply at FOR SALE-Bayview Park Poultry yards, Grits, sack ........
lM beus-sepeg. Apply n4 m. cJ. t ime prl cleared. partly tim- es. Students qualied for teaching. 227 East Wright 317.50. Hughey's. l5oct4t Cor. 14th street and 20th avenue, have .UIT AN
3a. ast. Toctime ber. Pae eat pear. chostaut and other certificate awarded. Phone 367. Madame 126 K. Chase. StPk. Black Minocras. Barred Plyinouthrocks The fruit and pr
-treeS remaing through; many S. Elote HuRll. loctm 2200 N. Spring., $10.00. FOU"ND-The right place to buy blankets, pur br coces and e s for e W trnhed by th
P-Reooms sutatle fAr sprosg a eea;alse buggy. haress, 1622 N. 7th. 512.5B. comforts, bedspreads, rugs and lace cur- Tp rac brtd coreo and eggm for sale. Coa fuiron Cbo.y ti
Aply cfnte0V' wagea api twiiag toels. S 1-room houses. MISS MARGARET MACLAY will reopen 710 West Main. $8.00. tains on weekly or monthly payments. T. Tracy octlitf h Potatoes, weCti
e4l 0-s streets. Phon 1457. 6octl 1 iht staMe. t two rooms: 1 25-foot her Kloderten at 31C W. Strong 1301 W. Intendencta, $8.00. Call phone 971 and our salesman will call. POPE are ftdinng out every day that Sweet Potatoes, per
a,__.r a ot _her outhose.. Suitable f for on Monay. October the 5th. Phone JOHN N. DAT,. Solomon Furniture Co., W. Intendenca S The Journal's Wt Colomns are~ Cabbage, per crate
S-T-Twoe etl fkrnishe PMa ot c rct bot, 729. 27aeptim ast Garde St. loctim that is claimed for them. Why not try Lemon. pr to
aMMaI,. Phone 1225. ect1, or umip-rned. S pt payment, and the TO CATTLE OWNERS-I have a pure Apples, per bbl ....
S*AlaD ADS. e*iw^s bring reuls 0yancA to osasy. 1'. ticlar address - bred Jersey bul for service. ates S2 Rutab*aaa per be
L"'( w" -- O.J2S 5 Aw.t Hereaa. Box s3, or Ptsber ain advance. Roger Owsley, corner 9th vPemat., per 16 ...
youy try TS e Rmeuml's Want" eal B1*s Ag-ay. I7aeptim .. avenue and 24th street, city. gj Gophers, per don
neTOK y? OR RUNT-Ssabreeae cottage 1- ^ FOR SALE-Two good mules. Leslie E. Grown Heas, per d<
ea Reso a4emin. Good outbuild- Brooks. 3ocmm Egag. country, per
At paO AlyaB a bay to Santa Roc Sound. WANTED-The public to kaew that we *aiaaS, per bunch
i Hairry W. Ottla ST S. Paltoox St. <-- have secured the receipt for compound-
w- Om-f-owrtale rofte.r.oae 1taur F a i ng the celebrated Nuna Chicken Pood. BoilOUed down th
a-hgS tea We-.la l k nwn \p.i, te c reduce. C the tion of ladepende 5
RNFIa u tshed or wanted P*th U. sept KILL the Itee on r towsa or the lee representative to '
pews sieen __th t r des 1 616 t ast Getodn street. 2-story. 7. nerT 's


1 = _D = V Cn m m ~ Isam g c k u o n ,n o w ren ted .[ . h u 8 e n
sDe 574. Prv5'm for l386Pe r miM. Ca be bought for beb. efthe case. She m
...... 1115~~0M. T W peMf moti h. Has lares,J J'I'J nwh~ ..q'
lot.srn s d" b"ty ade tren. .O. ",
LOST. r .pAELILClutter.,m at The Clutter Muse Old rlat- are -- - crely seems to
at The-lute usi either tn the store or in me home. The pshe-rmin
L4CgT a TO.LEN-On Monday or Tmes- FOR SALE-A large quantity of oldIjur
- O" tober 5th or Sth, on redl Irish newo aer at flyr- cen-ts .. b .und"le.. They are neal tie an eevealet to
dog. named K to All clean and ready for use. Just the
b&"e beam taken fronMe to"Pen- thins fur wnawping or packia g purpoeoes.
Mae"aOn the train abort the date above WIN_________T--Te__
hig- '"..Tws-.. y-dollars rewardwillA GOOD POSITION FOR YOUo n -ESOR-TOM I. A. BA
beVWfrhsreturn to ne at Marl- onI
b. _. : - to ..tI .= .-... ...... .. . i inter OU I All modern conveniences..
72 Va. Will Hf. Price. octiltf FORt
3 --eda. e pair gold-rimmed I Every day the best positions are listd in the want columns of The Pensacola 1 Idres e Tlor, Mll"; M ,
spcsc&Return to 426IL Gre DOT-Mene, me andlpatienceby not,
W.f Ru ntt btof The aJoura'sj Ournal. The best positions as clerks, bookkeepers, managers, salesmen and private LosA P a 5. T
1---. .. ..g ood s tr.......J n WntyAs.a"/m n mp p ..r. waos
--LWfstretarieTsahnalbpatsbiencetebygnot ourJarnalcant -"
~'bw "o MU bt mvret "MI secretaries can be obtained through The journal Want Ads. ayrts I nThYounlsw=
man bow_ NW W. 7 Yu~5 LfteerA &ooa


.L l.,- roam ho-m wM maera cnvenlen-
tt. coa l toe three car Unes.
-O i 11w- ewe a.iul-e woperty. John N.'
are a so ra Co. Uetiw*
ma "mw Uvr-t aw PERSONAL.
fat am w art on tp E TKM LOU w cook ft
ak Im.l t.oS.. R wa"*"d" far without m B. she wll place si,
tW. W. mmI iO.a theme celuearftor another and thus'
r mbb 326M W. = 61 -- -^ xfatfg* tdM an um trouble, at M- I


S. EVERY OTEL I n nW ftortda and
If you are out of a position, don't roam the streets looking for a sign. or waste outh coT lm T.s esam sLIa
your time any other way; but just turn and read The Journal Want Ads. jpr msth far t ees,.

The best firms in Pensacola advertise daily in The Journal for all kinds of A lot of d ewpape
tied up in ct nqr for
help. They want your services. They will pay you well. Get in touch with them sale, 5c a bunAle. Jour
to-day. Start reading The Journal Want Ads. It will alwavs oav vou well. nal office.


E. Strong
attractive 5-
e, with all
provements.
0 down and
ith.

see our list



AGENCY

sese, Frieiee







)TTON MARKET..
ort Is faminhed dally
Marks & Gayle .
at&, PenMaco la-.:
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t. 15.-The folowing
Squotations:.
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................5 0
............ # .... 70
....................t 0
.................. 4 "
................ 10
........ so to a w
........2 70 to 2 724
.........2 5 to 67%
.......... .... 2
.. .0 to2C62%
......... 2 to 2 0O
S37 to 37% cents.
ER MARKET.
little hange in the
e last week. Prtces
aetletally the same,
and up on a 40-foot
at 25 cents. with
proportion. Receipt4
rage, and the demand

LA PRICES.

..... 12% 13
..... 10 I3 M04
......... 1%| 11%
I.)-
b ... 11 116
..... >i% $
.... Cs a

mery 29 22





... 35^ 6 14
..... 6o 7


...... L40 S .
...... LU M
...... 4 0
...... CM @ 4.70
aseo S 8%
11% 9 11
o ever.
e over.
ever.
over.
to... 1% 121
i..'. 1TW 24.6
........ 0 0 L40
.......... % @ 5A
6ND rEED
..................92-92
..................e-91

..........12.0 tM.sa
.......... $1.OlOC1.6.
O-lb sack $1. $1.1.70
4 less.
Corn. sack $1.m6v51.75
..................2.-0
..0...........l.,o.-00
.....: : ....... . :
............ $2.10o 2.20
D PODUCE
odtace market to-day,
te Jacoby Produce &
as follows:
ern, per bu S .90 1.00
bu .......$ ..0$ .,7
............ 2.0 I .75
........ .. $4. 4.
.1..'....... ...
S.............2c I.Oc
............ 2.75 i.50


s .........$4.7195.04
dos ..............9ef
r dos.........ee .4
. ....:......5cwl,.
SBulgarian declare
nce seems to have
he wife of Bulgarlas
Turkey falling to ret
D to a diplomatiUo
always a womaa ia


ay have :sad a dl-
r the occasion, too
rkey'*' ehblbitlon of
have .been rightly
gham Newr.
at The Journal

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THE PENBAC1-A J-URNA. -MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1908.


ICO N NOTICE OF S1REMOVAL.
North Palaeox street, for 3 years. I
sail be glad to see alln my old friends
COMPANY IS NOW -SYREDursD L FI.
.A *- J.N. ANDREWS.

Corbett Says For Once the_ opera by i emberm of the - Al a--...
.... ..r. muand so a brcsinging about left at the Gas Work
Market Is in Hands of the orgek"ot th' compAy I Tr. Bt *vr
-
,jin^!' producers. A Laundry grounds'
THERE m 6- a IuLuO 1 I NO MORE-H
THERE IS TO BE ACTUAL BONA. t Id CC i inetaled o
FIDE COMPETITION-THE PLAN If every person in Pensacola 1
OF ORGANIZATION OF THE BIG. n and the carefulENSA OL
COMPANY .8 OUTLINED. H tatM accorded each article
semo to the "Now Method Lawn- Phone 148.
"I ^ |---- sI~iamf it n n1nIink dry," it ia certain that they |_
01e towould patronize this laundry
TheIn tl with every article which they -.
Jacksonville. in its last issue ays of DI U wished handled carefully ana _d_ _ _
the new Naval Stores Marketing Comr- laundered well.
'"' py Announcement was made on Octo NW 3ETHOD LAUNDRY
-\ ,, ,he) ...r S. by President J. U. Boyd of the Cannot Plac teflse From W ME ULINDRY,
Turpentine Operators' A-sociatioa, 15-17 W. ROMANA ST.
.. .I. ar ...osoa h "thatsuccess was assured he orAni- the Fertiir Works on P-.O AN T
-I-Iin d'l .74II mm nzation of the Naval Stores Market- n1.
lL 01-, IL Ing Company. This stae in,. was Pal.fo .
S- operators eld in New Orleans e.&th
N -U b-i < I .,.. opeao ldn ew ranwicliberal eand substantial support It ntes a man
was given the movement. tT IS CLAIMED THAT THE DUST
o. tle est Iah of a se ries ofmeeting s that FROM TiH REFUSE SETTLES
b uId'' l i I. 1 eBve been held throughout te turpeh- ON VEGET4TION RUINING ITO yOu
-2-. pentine belt by a sub-committee of Deposit yOur money
Sc .the naval stores, committee o AMP IN AflAON IS INJURIOUS with ChC P
: i ...of the proposed company is now se-
sured will be most gratifying news to -
--....all Interested.Iaxs athecornro
After the meeting held in iacgow Palafox street, at the corner o- Four per Cent.
vl~e, at which the fist steps were Gadsden, is giving the city author!-
taken to organize the new company, ties no end of trouble, the latest being Co. Osxh*ker.
Members of the Jacksonville Board of an injunction issued by Court Comr-
Trade committee met with naval missioner Stokes upon complaint of "
suedoil cake. pa, Orlando. Pensacola. Hattiosburg, continuing to place refuse obtained i a e i pTty
ar lswood, Br. es., 1480, for Amster. and other places, and everywhere that at the Goulding FIertlizer Works upon Cswas a Bridge Work a twe
dam, with 900.000 8 ft sawn timber; meetings were held and the plan of the street. Pdaws I^tra A Tooth.
R ED' W for West Hartlepool, with 531,000 s ft organization was explained, the com- The trouble commenced when the ovd to $10 ent Building.
lumber. mittee met with most substantial council instructed the Board ot PHONE 1w. f
support. Then came the big meeting Works to grade the street in front -
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. in New Orleans last Friday. and the of the residence of J. S. R-eae, due D IiR EaTR
s 'teameips. announcement that such liberal sup- to the fact -that Mr. Reese had con-
S 'r Romadalen, Br as, Witten. 1632, port had been given the movement structed a sidewalk according to the R E I w.H. KIrwle, pm. t.
Vera Cru to the Keyser-Muldon Co. that success is now assured and the proper grade and found that it was Th. W. t A
StagpooL Br as, Campbell, 2992. company will be organized and ready from 12 to 18 Inches lower thin the
Port Isls to J. A.errtt & Co. to begin business within a few weeks. street. To remedy this the city PRUIFlfilONAL. Dretr-. C. imt. W.
tSadburst, Br ss. Redding, 2768, Plan of Organization. graded the street to its proper level
Dakar to Gulf Transit Co. President Boy.d. of the Turpentine This left the thoroughfare in a de- T. G. YATES, M. D.
Bolton Ball. Br ss. 257i. Galveston Operators' Association, was quoted as plorable condition, teams frequently Optican.
to -J. A. Merritt & Co. saying, after the New Orleans meet- stalling at the above named corner, 410 Blount Building.
~i4$ Tmn ACt ai arlswoodl Br. ss, lamberger,- o ing,. that the organization commit- and fhe city then decided to repair 1Wt&r, = emp, no. -n Eye
1 4 Las palmas to the Keyser-Muldon tee will not hold an election of oM- t-e street or harden It by placing re
C.ca o ers for the new company until all atse from the Goulding Fertilizer


S0.ofalttlar, r B o. 1C, RGer, know gfnoih ai Bster o ..... that .~ dust which arises from the SE ET SJ'.foJLL. ER ,
1 Livepool to Gulf Trait lee n subscribed. ThPensacoa c fr and carpet nd in addiIon AL A MI eort. "How u
.iTb S m h p White F rJacket. Brs es, Parleyt, 1406 will then betr Hat on, capitalist Tampa, s very injur.5 to health. IC T. s R. In r Savings
St nd will said Vincen to H Br. Merritt & Co. tees Tawho wil error United Stateshrough his attoi thee & Wact of.10Blnt BuIldng Phone
''gate, -Br sit, Riopot, 1986, Ca- of directors. The board of trust o franInciwhhws



Tlen tm s e Ie s at er, 1732, 7 et one Fae Bae- W raior. In the petition a it Is stated. t know it yo
wad"t tha !n kw gee :,-dust which arises from the SECRET Sorie S.
he atsogee ye s. r'" Tanmlco to Gulf Transit Co. T. A.rJennings. president of thes- for.everyo.e


e a.pper Abe st as, odl 1304 Jessup Company, Jaeksotilae, ni the eantim le e street is in InviteRd. . GIBBS. We pay 4 per
SD a veston to GUlf Trant Co. .ns nitaSat, a lmot an impavebsu o condinaition. The Se, .oNDvoN .i of. L.


hBP| o rIO t rik at Baylen 144 Beos Ayre.to maer. e e w pi et rw ed ink almost theG. hiubs while AMIrRICAs
t MitAetersay. S Antonio, Stepan. bke, cura 1242,, Ha- L.Her n. Jason ls. the driver l in jr8is h to an eorhaVOLNpTEER VETERAN FIREM. A.


The Belle took on a e tS s .st.,Bllen, 851, Ls- c. B. Rogers, parent Consolldate compehe worn-t teams to Volnteer Veteran Yiremen's Aoclk PEthM.
Sr Venon at J on bo o Rix M. R6bnkon. GrSenator, Jacksonville, FJa.ntvlle, o. rr m the smt t. tions t at Knights of ColumbA. degree. Visit- AI
&wsbd E B-In Cotion. hn trupanes fraternany


SI. ll. bnlto o M. Renson. Jessupr Company, eJacksonille, Fa load of st ek tnemptal to pass over Hall the rst Frid in GBBSmonth.




veate arretai Co Tm5* k- JohsOB n, 1't Valdor J.D. Boyd, president Tarptdae oild not move the wagon. Then six D OAUGHTR OF RESEKAH.
T e s re I n EricDuksencan. Operators Fletcher, United Sta. les atwere hitched to the wanon, t E. ANDERSON. H. sacola
Te at fsdBs Jaene aled ye Norbk Western Mobkarch, istensen, Sentor Colpany, Jacksonvlle. Ft y wagos, especially the brick and he avily load- S teretary.


erdays prgo brick at Baylen 1464aens Ayres.. to master . Cpmmer, president Camer mules ere alste to 'ull the empty P Y DALIN N.
S* * p Merr nt ,Co Lumber Company, Jacksonville, F wagon from the sa etary.
The reilt cheoor Franee Ann e F. I. Sweat, vic e president onsoidaten C to CI. oi e the Vte-osty cannot place Pany -.-_ V T. A JNNIQa
loged fr farxo of lumber yesterday Donna Christina, Am ch. Frsbie. ns Bank. Douglas, Fla. more of e refuse on the road, it io meets at Knights of Columbus
lt strt wearf. i 1,5, Belise to master. S. H. Faulerton, president Gault Lum could put clay our ome other sub-"ee th ptain. Owners
Sstrdy. o Nor bk aeer Copany, ullerton, L, St. stance wic would harden the street H nor consignees of the steah month.
ck "C. M." arrived yester- PHONE 870. Louis, Mo. nWatertownd allow teams to pass ove it p odan will be ANDREWS. -
d t s b0 pund o red150 Nepua Prt b, Arroa, 09 toDi J. W. WePar president estlynnIndue place, only to becomes stalled. An ABE AE President. 3rawn,
PW fou r Wiwred PP Rnyan. C. M. Ri MANOD. Harris Company. Jea on t, TeI. other r of mUles wa. Oir esent for and n., Th
S* COMPANY pouaul D Rustarrived capitalist, Boorton, son, ValdotaGa.itchedKETER-MUDtothN e o.g captainn t. G. L l W.
y estIe d -tor, sthaoned by Sir l o--v'd-r"t' ua.-r R. Boydng, president Leas-Belould not T. ,ove the wagon. ThensixU

t us7rM u E sOperators' Associ Bartow, Floridaand Alabamano butt
tadSBlrodS hS. In a repoTof rakde bys, LAND1OMeANY WEDOAGENE
11at W1 HartlepooL Sir 1 tal outo amomas. Mr. W. P. Corbtto, at the New Or- |cou not budge ILTatL F. hai: 5
tld the d aleeatd of his Milligan. nt. 14n--Desn ite the fact leans meeting that gentleman is LUM.ck and the sx A In tbe HIN
ttit as 2ssenMon h quoted as sying W. W. the president C er ulee we "lESt AND heILtN*D em yEDR ECCA ONNP. .
a phipalding bie that ever y hiae eort known was wita the operators in the movementretary.
The feig t eew t rie made and aalst the prayers qf t almost to viceand president maty o f A Number of Permits pl ave PENSACO A ELECTRIC. J
t1oied go of i b tped. He many treDonna s ot Mr. Mch rislan th them had said that they would wmoreing- le refue on the road, it CREW NOTICE.
t t wharf. 165,e death anel vo maste S. H. Fullerton, president Gulf pay for theLu- could put laybsr o romeothr u better the Captain. Owner

Sthat there wCompany uld be no traton, IA., St. stance the Wek. harden the street nor ns. of the s team-
d -_ : rt t ."rites--dl Mr-s PaLs 8a d t selling comanlly, and there wooul nllt t o*a Ps a i Ft. w-rllnc1 .

t aeSat mla d .Te 1re-I to an moknopolre This I d s elm The following permits have been la- aTpn : A aib.. fo debts contact
th arm wou o at cemetery today at 3 oeok.B a ro vt wr t oh l o ae- n. voc sent calatol b by the .. ew......ai......e. P. 5oR l: a. ,
a I ih by n s Ahord ides er huRbanD Mrs. M DMillan bds of seventeen trustees selecteW Jtor .eeor bodron HaneE D m. ...................4 a. m. O S. T
t rsml Wobld not be. the fre leaves a noteBer, fer brothers, two for their integrity trustees selete .. u. : m. ................... : a. m.


sisters and a host of riendsand iel-esenee14anear. ... .10.m
il. in I mt -tilwrkmen en nd re ss dealing, who would have control I E. CallagIlan to erect a two 1:4 a m .................. 12:0 p. .
,,I -ass ist , -. s ativesfh b s ne s ,f years John:S0 E C a l g a a w o 1 : m ................... 1 :1S p. .
a.saabasis;f the business for five years story frame building on East Zarra- 1:15 p. m ....................2:00 p.m. J. -RE_5-.
.d tat" Sc uci be% rl. G.C_ Hamlltn continues quite "For once we have got t ble macll sa street, near Alcaniz. :00 p. mus. ....................:45 P.. m.Fml A
to:. ,--sw or-enicl:-- :p.. .ek, we are worry to report. The our own hands and w e 2: p. m ................. 3:s0 p. m.
toT alrtrl di ate Sirrl-manysfrienLs of the immediate faT our own hands a Ella Hallday, colored, to erect a 3: p. m.............. 4:1T he Peoplep.
ldm was -a loeid and clever Ily wish for her speedy recovery. the whip of the boas." coOid-d r. of Hstoayne andJuldiag on trees 5:0 p. the... atort.4nly:1 .6:10 p. im.
d ei- tet- ptaih ant an. at- 6f. '^ 1. Wynn, of Floraia. is in Corbett. "There will 6e pitual atn. 5:45p. 0:6IrN 0.Vn.7:00 m. 1
SeaitsdBm i gi s hearerse do. c.om03as s one-szrtory frame store building on 3:00 p. m. 715. he :30 p.V.M
y s in the ro. Little Elwyn. daughter of Mr. ano the turpentine men will b nerth."J" street, ne DeSeto AlsO 9:opn. s. sV.7 6 n. W 4"p.m. 3:30 p. m
a d lexpressing an .Mrs. J. Walter Garrett. has seen quite form a thralldom wMca thrSte ~ a osneto. Alsofrawt 10:06 P 6 U sl 5: . p. : .
Record. s sieT or several days. Bhe Is bette- the ruin of their business a tw a at the ame pl. bding 110:p m. 9 W a.- n 6:15 L m.11:30 p. m
*-.. e* at this wring. of one of the South's t John Holley epsloa-- to erect 1:p.I :0@p. CAPITAL S
Ct d. A. B. Morris. a psromaent merelant cent resources." one-story frame dweliMag on North The 7:15 a. '=m Penacola. will
NIlt alckt~ ~s. Fa.. sasey, 144, of Cobb, Is in town today on Business. President Boyd. of the turiatine o Cordovra street. tt The 5:
Soperator's a ociation coimed tie. p. e .tn ft repairrwi m a dweing stnSw ake an J. J. DOTON R. M.
He to eove dicsren, and 110 ddit steIUS 'empyJones, cmedto erect a retlaue& except Banoa luray allter-A Gen"
Shome tcon be happy without ee factors sho e "Ponestory frame dwellings o North" excep aturday aftcr- o
ti I ll yet thec Oedil through of wthe reportS thatet tos-repir a briek bauid- t-ht P nola at L:------ 5-&
am ov $ll@t C$ ktfri dly to the now yentns ivinon10ast:15amm.street.: a n.M
-t p o fB tors dingt aa, l- T. a b Through freight ledve Pen"scola at
=adaPa issatrnhand b* te LC.rbthe a to saving s d1:15 P. m.
St el hsaw dus t e West 1 l street. SUNDAY HEDOUL-F. FIR l LI
Give the new selling copA Ar A lAKA6 tUP erCca a :0a..a l m that aTnd7:00 .hB
mad. so-to ,s_.g __d,43m a, 1Per s av support. Others sf t they w l Sn*- may 11 be viry .wR **a0 r a the a the week day schedule willbe
*dw S lWp h e JyUq r A tato=. considering ame erfe ap. f tcead of 6:1a p. 11- 9. M .. SM
more real value th. pay W~ &# & ti hwmame9 ar dcure M car Will me but one otrip
Goo New% lmike& gsg I eIme10 mI ..e... t TtO Powmase a ls atT9:S0a. m.
I be-well received by the oimsiru m.. If it st dlet m, p t geg s Mo to wa est 00550 03e 3 mo
..... Trpete O. t o m m , and transfer to SUSLDS A
We the Turpentine Operatorse in"" b"L buck. Mc, 5s4i Ift BSIA f a bot- ll.mu t5 tmag mA jeinuDo
.. ,w ets#1 eCar wee rkd a latler5P, t
f l tio. especially as that a atr *"I Sevt er hus s afer5 Ta
meets In annual cotven-n lsnIn_ rp sad resmO by W. A. after p.= W a when
sonvlle on October 14 an I S. ,#t ran byte.s g is pethilcry run ltl asa
.^ e.. j convention a report wian .as. to p. U'" --j w -- aq" Saubrie for The J<


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[IT give you a check," insi
mr grocery, meat and other
in the First National an
ts potssibfity of'loss and
you a receipt for all momr

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uository of the United Sta
W. KL. Nye%, Jr., Viee-P*eltde& and
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u will find yourself on the road to wealth.
amt interest, compounded quarterly.

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SACOIt FLORIDA.
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Bank & Trust Co.
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THI PENSCOL JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1908.


14 CHRciS NMES TIIEN


-REPRESEITE FROlIOKS

S Largely Attended Metiing of List of Those Stricken From
the Elim Baptist Aeo- Registlation Books of
r_ ciation Held. Esciamba County.

Fourteen churches were represent The following Uat comprises those
ed at the Elim Baptist Associatiol whose names were stricken from the
meeting, which was held WedneSday registration books of the county b
and yesterday at Blufr Springs, an. the County Commissioners at their
much good resulted from the discus meeting of Wednesday night:
-- -- '-sions between those who attended the NOTICE.
SJ -sessio s.The a ociation is Tcom he Board of County CommisS ,ters in
posed of some of the churches in thi State of Florida. in Spt-cial Session. On
conyadcute "'.b. tht. night of the 14th da- of October,
'., county and counties of Alabama. 108, strvtk out the names hereinafter
the County. front, the various precincts
S moderator. and WV. A. Killiam .as see therein as follows, to-wit:
122 and 128 Suth Paafo Street. retry. The meeting adjourned yes At. Foyd 'Kucrlan, Chas. H.
., ,- "- terday.,U Kupfrian. Geo.
yg" Among those who atedsal from Precinct No. 4.
""" Pensacola- as visitors were 3J.. Wit Ballard, J. F. McCann. John
S" ams, Rev. J. A. Callaway, v. J. A Finch, Warrecn Welh, laact
S Abbott and Judge E. D. Beggs. Precinct No. 9.
Taylor. C. W.
Cold Weather Advice. Precinct No. 11.
!V p)n..::,, s'aa '-''- -S---.' Ito all is to beware of coughs and colds artlt. E wise. J .
S. on the chest-as neglected they readi- Precinct No. 12.
ly lead to pneumonia, consumpption or Alexander, J. H. Holly, Ben.
-' A *'rT~r'l[- 'l A i'- r-l-T 1 other pulmonary troubles. Just as Aiken, F._L Haniey. Brett.
; l ,soon as the cough appears tret it Aost-- a lo.Harris. Simon
with Ballard's Horehound Syrup the Banks. Jno. Isanhawn. Mike
standard cure of America. Use a di- Bohler. A Johnson. Christ
rected-perfectly harmless. A cure Barrios, Marian Jones. Wm.
Scure Butler. Arthur Jeffer.on, Henry
and preventive for all diseases of the Blandon, Arthur Jones., dward
-J _lungs. 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Bradler, Ike Jones, C. ti.
,old and recommended by W. A. ors. John L Johnson. Britton
L" ast slf Play-. Princess of Patches," Saturday matt-. YDAemberte, drugwist ad apoUe LBrown. Moses Johnson, F. P.
S- 121 South Palafox atret, Pensacola. Carter, w. J. Jordon. Eugene
W. r. Bra, y Gilib1r and company nee "The Way of the World," and clark. W. J. .ackon, chas.
-ekdte a "kidasppe In New York" Saturday aight "Three Queens and T Cors ,v.Q : ont. J.
l the era home last lght. Wbeth- Pair oc Tes." New vaudeville PHONE 870. Clark. L. J. Jernigan. J. J.
tas a wConner. J. K Johnson, David A.
*t*k*amm .w- an a d to Wat5ure w, be ltrOduced between FRIEDMAN DRY GOODS Clark. Edward ) Johnson. Willie
wT o or not wa not to be ca- theacts f Icb. A lady will be "OM AColton. Jno. Kelley, Jas. A.
Ir;_k .....COMPANY. County, J. H. Kal-son. E. P.
Ssn thb e action was fast admittedd wit each 30-cent ticket pur- ADavis, J. B. (w) King, Geo. W.
to ave carried them over the -chased before 4 p. m. Friday. Dees, T. H. Knowles, J. A.
Slto e catled tm o t At the Saturday matinee children | D n I er, ink J Kelly. D J
St of the Empre state. will be admitted for ten cents and I Douglas. Scott Jr. Lnard. aB.
m. *a ibough not a mati adults for' 20 cents to all parts of IIDavison Wm.. Lathrop, R. A
01pystot le or at the house. ptoDi nnWm..Jr. h I I. .
S, r several years the Paton Sis-Erchs C. B. F..
ei ltery._ .s have been inown all over the Ford Berry Lenard, J. D.
bbe. "* part 'fM the house country as one of the very best stock odinHenr Merritt, R_. .L
S 'ratI B m majority both a to sum- companies on the road. with a splen. h Greenblatt, S. -. Mo ,e. J. O.
aome of voice of approv did and varied repertoire of plays, a NE u toward. F. N. Mes.Jordon
" a rle of n talented c t and excellent special- Orenelle. Oren Mner, s.
role of newspaper man, be ties- This seasonn is no exception as ----n.W nots atns, Jno.
,- "" as tnpe play itset e their recent nagment here has c, X71 Gavii. Geo. Marvin, Peter
? ." h"e' chauef wre all Proven They to the opera Stated That A. Wager, W. Howard, F. N. Matter. Chas.
,~~t l die*. house for Ha nen ra engagement of Henderson, som Johnson,E. D.
Read as "Cmrller the two nhts aMi a mattnee, riday an4 A. Galenbeck and lh- Henderson. . J Davis. C. u.
oaS t f. Iberry Benad," had "de Saturday of this week. a"d will be berstadte, EI. rd .
S e guys w S T Omy street's een fa elr fine' plays. Friday ers Are Interested. fHa .CHowandS K4at. REd. L
pet well a id ea the se night "The Princess of Patches," Sat. Howelt, DafVi, W. T.
s.a-e -ood e daIneg. urday matiaee "The Way the HoSane, A. H., Jr. i se, Jas.
sa.n.d, .. "Uttle alae Worldd" sad Saturday a Wit "Three The fact that Peasaeolia i are the H e Js i S n, Serer
Sr y the best of the Queeis and a Par Tets." 'iheir HarP. precinct liey,. a
u.. ting th e 4 "imosa with theoe al the high price com- biles while others are Interested in Bannern. L. eI. Dan.
I.t ythe p--b a sef on t r "f Dn w in of a n chber oines h au x omsrs W. ..
Sway credit able to one muc old&- panics d at their prices, 10, 20 and the purchase of machines, ha c ed Blanchard, Joseph atgr R. .
than she appeared to be. 30 cents, lover of the play can't well theorganization of a new automobile anerman. Jas. MitchelL Frank
S. alord to miss any Of them. firm to operate in this city. It was Barsam Donth en. T.
The Paon 84te ad their ex Ladles are admittedree opening tatedlast night that A. A. WgarButler, Wn. aR J.
le~ist stock company will be te at- a t, when a eemaled by a per ef Mobile, who was in the city for clarkW.c. NaJas.
toon at the opera house to iwt a Cet tiet pr- several days the pst week, as In Collin s Ols n. 0. .
Saturtlay niht. with a ape l Sed at adnce terested W. A. Gahle"beck and F. _Eldridgen O D.- .t,.C.M
Sitee trday aftro. The w Huyck in the venture, and ty ar e ne un.Jam. lhardson. Isah
.- prIys they wll e a o ts en ... to organize in the near future what Fernandes.Joe Samn.L.
g t are. Friday aluht "The will be known as the Ppmsacola Autc Gry. W .-e SJ H.
PCo. Mr. Wagar is nowithe president ardy R. A. rds. .
of the Southern Automobile Co., o Halstrom. Cha... iln,. J.
SMobile. Hernandes, Willie Sterns A. K.
One of the parties interested stat- Harris, P. H. S tiley. Otis
Sed last night that the company would JonM. JH. 9 1, W. MW.
probably open up for business in the JohnsoWn, Joseph Simns, R. L.
-' *RIAY and SATRUDAY ear future, or as soon as a suitable Jackson, Peter Solomon. Manuel
Building can be secured. The White Jennng. w. J. Scott. Jerry
Oct. 1 and 17 steamer and a number of other make Joseph, W. A. Smith. Ja ()
16 and 1. 1W of machines are to be handled. Kobel. J. K. Sanchez, S.
\v f L b I VKeMlfer, W. A. Thornton, R. B.
MATIN=EE A U AY .Lyons.0e. o. Tharsa. L. M.
MA N E AI A C 7 I S A Livingston, Archie Vicks, John H.
,TuAor C-.LAKS McMilla. A. Wilburn, Chas.
RETURN O Me, Arthur Watkins. J. P.
b Irt Popalar Mason. J. F. Wood. W. L..
OR yisoers Co. n "r b. w rA T h ort e

"1- P r e c i n c t N o 1 4 .
colt-IB IG,-SHICAKET MerridR.nI-IWJWsoon, JtS. ..
_atenBurns. James J. iMcVoy, L. B.
..irunlap. Geo.. Schmits. N.
ORHE UM N T A "Tl- QT rre and A W Heard, Jos. G.
........... e i o ePrecinct No. 15.
-Mate The Way te Tr I HAT The h te White Jacket Cer Bairfi, W. C. MWitt Jas.
1 s, ed Me. Mathe3, o to o With Cargo of o,100 Co ano Santo P m Davd H.
LAIES FRE-A aoy free ..... iC.- ar.o Jim Rolts. J. G.
aigh with each 0-mcentel mrtoe TonRUIS5. Clifford. H. L. 8oto, R. F.
St *. advance sale before p. -. FliMy. Crgg.Bishop Spark, Ed.
Edgar. Preeman Thompson. Alien
ORPHEUM THEATRE. ourn eire n aro to need dt ^ivem
AL.. TMI- W K. i will leave port today, when the hiddass A. J. thlnm F.
Babcy Wilee-The ChlM Woor. for a "ble" Collar British steamer white Jacket i Hoard .Lred Whiteon. Janies
The Three Demiapsw-Novelty Gya- a for Aalborg, Denmark. Sn cleared Henderson. A. B. Wlmiamw. Frank
manMro, Acrobats full of ed Comeiy. will end the day you from the custom house yesterday with Hernandez Tony wright. Jamnes
The Pive Sedgewick--In the "Art p for Em ire. a cargo os i0 tons or the oJl cake, Jordon. King WilllamR. R.
Mistake." a Musioal comedy. ntis composing her entire cargo, Montenari. Angelo Willis. Ed.
Ufae Motion eveturea. with e ofetp 4 We haven't broken a which has a valuation o- $s82,50. Komer. John Williams. B.
ie Maa e vey dy. Doot op-4 The vessel arrived here -about ten Moore. D. Wllkinson. Wm.
Thwee Nlht Show.. ?: 8 5:SS and 9:- @ days ago for the first of several car- Ilichiell, sbastine WiUiams. M. A.


3P g. Mat. prit ,ie lc to all. tUi, ang goes which are to be hbiltied to tor- Manuelr. Joe wist, wyatt
Meb prices. ch ilren. 10 cents. a duft eign countries, and since e ier arrival 3111s, JOs- Pr win t. N o.1
ladies are requird to remove n a force of employes of the Gul Tran- Bla--.kmian. Robert Mili,.r. James
hat during irsit Co., has been busy. storing the oil Culla. Pan. R;:ffe-rty. Win.
-t_ _ T_ ___ jifr sake. which had already ueen placed Vonah. R. PRafferty. TN.
The E re i ndlmV In sacks.. onaoo. M. Stl.-.. Caesar
lTheEmpirell aul s.Huggins. Joe
COT L g 'JU iy There Is now a sufficient quantity Precinct No. 1,.
C T__.- gj M of the cake stored in the o. A N. Baggett. D. J. Moore. Jes'le
Fmine warehouses to furnish cargoes for sev- Bonifay. R H. MeLellan. GeO.
PHOTO RAPHS. Hello, 2 eral more vessels, which are under TshioreLth. Nr-rw. WJ.
........". .. 4.2W 2 .2 charter to load here. Precinct No. 20.
Pensacola, Fla. I _I I. Cobb, W. A. Thompson. M. S. T.
A magazine writer, just ime from Pritchett. P. M.
Africa describes a wild boar of the pileasantJa.recpet No. j
jungle with tusks seventeen Iaches e at s.recn.ctN. 22.
long. Good. A pretty good match for Berry. John Rhfro.-. F. .
the Roosevelt teeth when the presi 1rLanev. F. Renfroe.M. ~W. P.
S i .dent smiles the Roosevelt slMile and MeBrearty. E. W.
i .sys "deei-Ughted."-43olumbus n- P inct No. .
heu Mo ey w on rees quirer-Sun. Eamotson C.Q
i -** Precinct No. 27. _
Eaton. Ben H. Ci.kinC.n.
And everybody has an ershaid it wost make menh difference I Peble y. Thi.on M. L
hnow and whe y apead it. Neweve, till that happy moment ar- Dean. P Ed.Precinct No. .
The County Commissioners will hold a
rives, it will pay men who spend money for clothes to visit one of my THE RIUG--CAFFEINE meeting on the night nf October
stores before apwill" their money. Ro~enmber my cash prices; aints and to restore all suhii names as
o before their money. -e.m y ce p-I I|n oei zu-trti rrewdivat 7.:Sa.x" at -o o l-k. to hm 0eom-
aave mo.ey and KUPPENHnEMER $1 and att are the lead. ha e been erroneously stricken from said
SThe phosphate of patame In registration books.
or *In eeonomey. t fr ns -B. -order of the Board of County Com*-
s u e i . .., ,. .i fi do ne r s T _
Attest: ANGUS M. MEcMLLAT.
Cl 1 Board Cunt Comnmisstoners.
"H INSON PI C. G. UT I CiELerk.
Oct. 1i. Is" octils-I-il
sr*nd aln He .- *n Gov. nMEETING 0 SCHOOL,
Phoes 297 Pens-eel 'leja. Phe, IMPROVEMENT ASSN.
Phone 297ImIoa. -e | "'There's a Remn. "
iAs important fl ~g eof the Pen-
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Ind rub over a hot wash tub; sift a 109
little GOLD DUST in the water,
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Soap is not a bit of cleansing good until it is
Aixed with water and made into suds. And then
still needs the rub-rub-rub of human muscle.
GOLD DUST works in an entirely different
7ay7instantly and totally dissolves in hot or cold,.
iard or soft water-and, without any aid from


oun, starts to cleanse.
GOLD DUST is more than soap-better and
more economical. It is a powder of magic power-
but rgh(tly directed power, that leaves the wash
white, sweet, wholesome.
Use your brains, not
your muscle!
-Throw away your

soap, get GOLD DUST, 0
andsimply use it accord- '
ing to te directions on
the package. i" -
"Letthe GOLD DUST
Twins do your work."


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Life Motion Pictures with effects, Illustrated Song. The very latest Cuthe MAaN ROM RONEYS" M
productions. Refined and comfortable. Admlieon, 5 cents only. The hero and the Prince=. of. T bg
meet on a tar away island. in the Pci.
I- --w Iwhere an American, an English lord ta.
-"... / ____[ __________ _ ____ his wife are living in the most extraordl-
nary surroundings. The thrilling ventS
tion Is to be aeld this afternoon at 3 prevail among some whose names wh cn llow elw ihe .tolda none but Mr.'M-
o'clock at school building No. 1 and should appear upon its roll of mem ts replete with the romantic flavor and
it' is urged that all members be pres- bership. This object is not mere so- striking incident which made "Graus-
ent, as a number of important matters cial pleasure, although this, of course tark" famous. 1-
are to come up for discussion. will be had in large measure, but, by .. ..
Among these are the introduction the selection of Miss Sarah Cline to HARRY T. HOWl AND
of agriculture and savings banks into be choral director, provision wasI
the public schools, and the comple- thereby made for a serious study ot Mawar., De L-ama w mrft
tion of arrangements for the chry- part singing and choral work. Miss Do L Il. me 141.
santhemum exhibit to be given in the Cline. who is professor of voice at -. .-- B.-
near future. the college, will teach novices to sing
- and perfect those who are already
proficient, so that the chorus work
.: TALLAHASSEE. of the club will be of benefit to all. I-i m u B
The Tallahassee Woman's Club *' S-t- s-sI SW s
. will give a "golden rod luncheon"
next Tuesday at the old armory build- t ICR U M. m
Special to The Journal ing, on South Monroe street. Dellc- ."..
Tallahassee, Oct. 15.-In a qu.et lous hot dishes will be served, be-
way during the past summer the sides cake, candy, etc.. ai potted ,
Country Club has been growing both plants and cut flowers will be on
in interest and membership. and now. sale. This band of enthusiastic wo.- # .
with the opening of the fall season men is doing a fine work for the ad-+ J t U-J
the members are growing enthusiasm vancement of Tallphassec in many
tic over the formulation of plans for ways ,and well merits the support otf C fixtGures, desk.lights,
the winter's diversions. The beauUt- their fellow-citizens. L. tiphon bramkett, tNo.
ful grounds and rooms have been put NO CONTRACT TOO LARGL
in thorough order, and through the A lot of old newspapers, NO CONTRACT TO .ALL
courtesy of the board of county comr tie1 uWeat ,-mAi-, r -
missioners, the Adams street roadway .tied up in n eat ,Ot W PEAkE
extension leading to the grave has sale, 5c a rd d t l.at Jourt. a .A"
been beautifully graded and worked -,.1ffSIC and. P OI LI _. t
The club intends making this. Fri- --
day afternoon's regular reception a .._I____
more elaborate affair than usual, this
being the autumn opening day, and
it is hoped and expected that a large .SAU ND R. III& OIRTISE.
percentage of the members will be SI NI Si c g U v tR. 1 1
present.
The Tallahassee Musical Clrb held
its weekly meeting Tuesday evening
at the K. of P. hall, with a large pro- H
portion of its members present. The U YII l U IIIUI f r
committee on membership reported _____ $1*25
the addition of several new names.
among them being Mrs. Hequebourg Ti,_ aI.. .. .
professor of violin, Miss Tarbet. pro-. The" Albert GeiCger is on the We have a real good
fessor of organ, and Miss Martha Mortise Lock for the
Cline, professor of pianoforte at the Voyage Here From Mortise h
College for Women. Small sulm f $1.25. A
An unforseen difficulty having Gloulcester. mortise lock. looks very
arisen with regard to their perma-
nent occupancy of the hall. the club much better on a door,
is forced to secure other quarters. The smack Albert Gerger of Glou- and i far superior in
but until this important detail is dis- cester has been purchased by E. E. i -=ar
poeed of, they will accept the hos- Saunders & Co., and will be placed In SetteCe tO oto S
potable invitation of Mrs. A. L. Ran commission upon her arrival at this In d We have o bher
dolph to meet at her residence on port.
Park avenue. A piano has been se The smack, which is of 153 net 4ons, mortise IOCk S p to
cured which will be placed as soon as will stop at the snapper banks before $. with niht al&.I
the new rooms have been secured, coming here. She his left Glouces- ,.w. --gh .. .-
Some misapprehension as to the oh ter and is now on her way to the fis- at C irent.
ject of the Musical Club seems to ing grounds.

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