Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
ALL ISSUES CITATION DOWNLOADS THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/01216
 Material Information
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 17, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01216
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

Downloads
Full Text





V

~ ~ -.
1,
,. ,.'


-j
A~




4


IL 1


ORIGINAL


t~ .,.
*~~-.*- !~
C,


ILLEGIBLE


a-..


md ayl -
- wk,


.1


-I


OCTER 17, 1906.


'
A..^ .


,-'.A04 dLOWW414


LOSE LIVE- HOTEL BUILDING PLANS

4ING OF TRAIN APPROVED BY COMMI


-- .. -" I


~i '- -~
as


TTEE


I...
A.


X'4. -1-i .- - -- Ru.a n t 1- -*e --%.aw- " ..
- .. -- a ^ DO W w dk dOwn t".e .. *.-. a. ..- I -.I I
" eoo tbeiouldeakdowo
*'''^^fi~iH~li^^ '* * ^A Dianiatic Scene. t By A dela SURGQEW NAME Orr i rlnrraic Cwmuilu BlH T n

.at n o .eet.in r.tng at Yokoham Atlanta." O t 16.-The sever N- the M -.-gu t W IL
no man and the deputy proceeded is due to tremendous storm teeth manual convention of the Asso- Biggest Poat
-"Mi to carry out his threat to break it in. of the nori coast of the ciation of Military Surgeons of the V Wae in S L
.' -* Using ds shoulders as a battering Island of son. The storm N United States dame to an end to y,
r B*ao. 9Elj *R to N, ram, he cbed thrh the door, and bean on te morning o Oct. ~after W- D. C., had been tOy of te Party.
TYa to akL th' a- was met by Mrm. Hearst. partially 12th, and c ntinued until the* caofen.a the aeD.eettad place and
the--t. 1si before shis i di.robed, apparently on the verge of afternoon of Oct. 14th. th santhe nown emx were elected: a
Hysteria. And apparently she was One manwas drowned and teeoloing ccere were elected:
S r .. .. IIIapIne, no millionaires editor belng Its- some dmmae resulted to the ,PrIesdent, ear A*mra Prm Mey The folo appeal beep W
.I et ..aat trd Ible on tie aside of the apartment. fleet. Thes details were corn l toges. C. vlce pdent the
4tmcracy fthe iateo pwCt- Ntearst rushed screaminthough Mrs. mncated the APrwocial CoL Js. K. Weaver, Peasylvaaia A Patriotic Appeal to K. M0remb nerS:le
eo the ar t ein the Pre t by wireless N uars; L W. C. oras W te pt fw weeks h
Novewber. The asmestam is far bet- .-^- door out in the aisle. Deputy Sherif f telerah m the Connecticut US A., dinu reouChass d BYta elate -ad nltMiC l
ter a kwnt .a 6 !a" I-r. Iot M -a 6 a ,- 'Stewart ~tarted to kick in the door # tbrpug thespecial Courtesy of C Pold .. WWirtenbaker Norfolk, ahaove bee. e"
teino ta toA" m-m Ie CtoMr.Ita0s Last of the toilet room adjoining t state the Japanese government The P i V-eer, Maior Jases Noflkat oo
srya I" has nst revived e di_., room. eet will rive at Yokohama P .; secretary, Major Jass elyn throw u v
....repetaran. wno ta t* An. All Then Mr. Hearst emerged and ac'- on the m ag o Ost.P 1. .; assistant so .....e- now...a
on*. seeve a mae worityat -he, -. tAr Cp.J.r Carle Deveres, New We we now m h in I e ir, ...l.
to voe. ett e* (cn en Pao e P"Thr York.te waed gret headway has e has sowe te
Svoe -. ... . been az -e; our c i th- week.
5epat ft or e reh bIe are lsery iorIn' to a poin
ar Sb te b...y y t l rib aed by 'ol t sed ter seedd o e i
SAK ALL &6d* -l "-.. favore. or predatory tet w telt irty yea
r -kd7}1 make a deteumii edl -mt to miutan t I O'clock p.
eapetaE- Ao Wus Wch control of the castle] deatla.. If degrees. Wiliam
B",ln-ab, AJSl. Oet. 1.---is--e I IIS Si we renew our aIght until I la. t ~ ta- a ooreeme by h
an Southern a ity t Aht, w I w r W s w. victory will crown our efforts. It- Is
rebentaytive, ri f ,lt Ie. e. .B the imperative duty of every m ember
rMobie.e-.ats' --s-.l..h, P .. .. m0.ttethaeis C2. The-
wteauc1I.-A left unturned to get every Deacratic ITINERARY OP
Aa W .. , ,street--- ba .eby four kunadred It eotl eonry the ao ~m te PACIC CRU
=tti O te. lra.-T-e a. wthe prince i-te ben
ifi t1he Zn y-me M. o. bbe d lsh s2l t -la O
g e, ration. It ods to wM e aI C Pas c seI
was that htty ameanper- desperate o ad determination to qer- Resolulu retarni.
P0. sos, wftaftedO ,Ie L -pl
evAal o a0uales of United States SrxtheY .Madale a
W Tate Naur. Inftatrf and cayalby. ests represent- The National De36 atlg. eC thence to Pasa
Oa est. l6.-'-the lg c nsarert realadu ries e lateresl has barely begun its work--sg I C Usisan, Call
ha oar*ny to ed oas. and cus- t.ast contrts it sand we e ad a o
Roeag ^-pm* here toas of a hundred years ego were in aid at support o every loyal Demo-C ,ee@ iI erde
by AN dkt es. An.aOtar oCmcert brought the- crat to carry the work fmrwfrd to rpede w


Nrd o i.o's .Wife W a ts Pasrt (C. ..de Pg .
dti Annual Incomne of$6 00,000 Sixteen-AYear.)d Wik D

#1400010W PMMs.career for many years had been omeBA
p t QS.T -Thaoward .idl arlraed ..mmn.ce and yH sa d-lthato i
am sgbt waSormetl SOW, last year he received from !er hus-
_,baOd to ed. $2240w e
Counsel for Mr. Geuld, declared that Mobfe, Oct 16.-Dssrtei by the canvassing. A Sew a
Oft year it habees "* in 16SI Mr. OSAld te*. hi. wife he man she sai she had married but a sband ae hum
owamd that he has 1"t would asaratetros ha-r mIem se -sheshort time ago, 1-yeald StaRs g- .'a sad makig
oip aws. stated wW his ahandemed bar hahM,7- but that Mrs. ry, appt l to the Salvatio Army of the rem. Sines t2
ean *WRQt bem J*- 0usd 5deMia -to As Seers yesterday aftesna nw n- mat bern -aeo or be
ftClaraotance. It is but aoe. the stres- Tho r
4g t r.ed= s00 02610 Jw utSNofMr -90ofdhadet andamment efim tol ad due old bar seass to the
Ago theseu 1Oasmbe Gould b"1911060 the house to tseae which she wene U e 65 resvte and he
To a me-....asueng her to moe to
memee 'Mr. Mis 1 e=ere- J'--$ IS heavenn ol the salvMsonsts.
"Dlace years, YrO M% '& n te'U GoldMENEM" M Cr d bed huetge em foK __
JW ad ep gave 0v w*A* tat Mts. -jamMReS .n Nebe sbet a
eaetrde. eMr. Quad ha" .ed aM it. T RESCUE. n t e o -i ar -n
Snow. Mr.eciues toIN ap 1-at imony.. h tit h -
9onwas rvem.. m at . -b


4i


11 ~
4


A& ~


- I:


ITRBU



'YE

t Up to ss
am Oe
ation.

b" PVess
I.-Warm weather
risp weeher of
and WW seat tie
t which han been
on October lI la
m. Thne tempera-
m. today wan 83
i.l, a resident.
at and taken to a

00000***
THI I
IhER FLEST
ed Presm
Li.1 -The
eat as teaving
g tq the Patel-
ll directly to *
y, cruisaing
0, the Gdapo-
ma. Coalambo *
visiting these 4
r named. The *
ill make the *'
with the cruls- C.



'serted

i Mobile

were7 -eagave in
Maor qla OW
somer eOegass In
mimp sa- .J
at times Ie has
-d 2&P.
e. ii 4 Asft

I=^-- f

*e ..a. *-


* > ?


To reach a of tdhe peo-
ple, use both the DAILI
Iad the WucKuK-Y JOURO


.. Al


~*1'


...... .......Rli TrainFa--. ArchitectStoddtAttend
SI TU T r 'w : Bryan -Kern Fund "' Meeting of P..ldirag
THE Tt W- .-_
-" .......I-,L IUILL- is Now $777.00 C

DLaatic- Scene by- .Mr, MANY BUA ED TO CALL FOR BIDS
SHearst on Train in TO D The as Bryan and Ke fund yeteray IN TH W
-by loyal d-ocr.at.
IImCaha. 4 Send in your cotributiou, and ask your neighbor to sead his .*
.Q --,--. Terrible ires Raging NwAT ONCE! *Fre ge ar *. The Architect Now in Po
S. . . ...kill.
Oqee Court Is 8jj mDEPUTYHKKW-in MichiganaCause Much. T^l e, Oa t 15. ti t to p re teE
and -sd o F DO Suafferig.and Great Many Hon. .Pmnk LI. MEh.. s, Pesacola. fyr 7. w I tcPlans ain i
E i- i 'L n n T ,m, m Can FORCED OP.EN DOO R .T-.t. 0n* T My Deaor Sir: ld pse fnd h.k o ., wtts i c .
SDeaths People Being Un-* you win add to the rya and Ker pig fin and for os r irs, W
Thi Oce es a C t ---able to Escape Prom Their *#same ianedwedly to Mr. Herman Ridder. Please pubih names o He Win Do at Once.
S* -Homes.. a hoping for the success of Bryan ad. Kern, I vemaln,
. . Sn the M...... r; Sincerely yours,
It .is A atod Waith ch In- n in the or p.. -- aS PARWJn or *. T 1 f .or nacoiaos af u
*- Arc n Editor n the Suit h*Or By A. li.s dlarPhotel wer mpprovd 3
in a- From- t AlpenaMich., tOeL .-1-ifteen Contr.so r From Talahassee, tear afternoon when et
ka t nf Libel stituted by Goer people" lost their lives last night in* l5 edta. co ee B.arhl the Peetn
. nrfr of the burning of the Detroit & Mackinac W U. B. Pkill......... .............................$ 5.00 Baodt
.. .Or. I r e- O railway relief train whleh was carry- W. A. iotker ..........................w. ................ 5.00 Rotl Co. was held, .at wh-i-h
ST't Pthabitants of the little village H. Clay Crawford ......................................... .00 St the New York ?nI
Io to t Ao d o. Met"i twenty-ibree lltes north of,& W V.-Kn-tt .. .............................. ......... who h eeat wrk o the ph
agg- *y Aochrd Pros &here, to safety from the forest nrea .E. Rose ............... .... ................... ... r several weeks, was pwet'
HK 2 -*- Omaha, Neb., Oct. 16.-After which have been sweeping away their J. B. Whitld........................................ ea the w r. a
dramatic scene on Union Pacie ti hones. The il4atd train was ditch- T. M. Shackeord .................................... LW explaed e erit of the plan
an *,.tadh-- --,dgmeet No. 2 last night, in which the door ed by the spreading of rai at Nowl. H. Mabry ............................................ LO Ted by Mr. Hrvey, a"d w
_____nthe M.AYSee. of his stateroom was burst open by ki, a aiding and te terrild refuees LJ. I Bllna ley ......................................... W w meet wi his etre appeal
Uindr~Stest case Sll e e5out by Se a deputy sheriff, William Randolph were forced to abandon the cars and Newton A. Blitch .................................. .. m was eld a the ro
au_ a_ Sur em. T T Herst, the million i editor, ve rush tor safety, el r dom the track.# Loi.. uisC M.y ...................................m i
the the St s M served with p notifying A tawith burning o either I Mon'........................ e Chaer o f Commeree. a
S~ -t se hoa d t. is suit for $00,000 had been tM Wht or:nte ploughed Ms. near the ~C. .Andrews. .......................................... 1.* wa resided over by President Y
7W, t- ai It --against "aim for slander and libel by sing. v s J P. Cobb .............................................i .* e( the hotel coapny. Mr. Stodd
S--n i G overnor N. Haske,ofOk- even victims, women and S. W. Clark ..................... ........ .. 1. ad arrived n the ity early
a# "lnh" L te me-. u ..a,, -mi-ts ---. lahoma, in the Douglas county, Neb., dren, were to escape quick. Albert H. Roberts .................................... 2. 0 the afternoon, then .ubiltted
-seeie- "- "g states, district cort.P ly enough from -gonde cars and Frank P. D m ..,...................................... pleas to the members of te eu
- :----- ...- L -..A The summons was served by Dep- their charred bodi were Sound there Chs. Munroe .............................. ........ ... 1.0 te, ad after a session of abdit
not . . oSha-m WWl st AlMany m-nd ty Sheriff Stewart for SIth and today when resonrs reached the R. S. Ooekre ll.......................................... *00 h s the committee gave its f.a
18 ^ 0tJe he par* Smith at Omaha. wo are Governaor oee. Two men itms were men- C. A. Pintey ............................ ................ 0 C agre. The planes oriatey
_pow ;Nam--- P Wth b school Hell's attorneys in the damage bears of the train ew. . lecte by the committee w eha
Sa I w The si s ll inro~t. r Four additional ftaUll occurred e ent y te amit
S The suit was led in the district in the neighborhood last Fred Or Con hes all be made at
'A l Iiwere e court at 10 o'clock last night, after Wagner and his wle de4ftw heat ~ Jas. C Van Pt of Mr. Hervey. Up_ t-
MEMO-.-- Mh- hc the papers were "e and exhaustion ow ear near i ,an,... work PtMr. odda.t has b e. g
rne i i .. Ia,._W_"PII at P n W Onh Nto 2 Hs .e......... )._ p _,__e : a cA. It[.Mi ........................... ... .......... _
tata thq- s ---- ,gsc-e, and Nuted ff^, Jr., and s a a Pe.doLo ..,. .. . . 'ew
on his way from Seattle to N5SI5 -k^ nr t Henry Jeudviam .......... ............................... *.
tL-g. it ... ...t were Adplans were laid accorday. The survivors the ex- The comttee directed Mr
.....y _^ -*L-'- ^-J1* **r .... ...'-il~i. *"Ui on Paie0 tlc No.2 ws due -e- "ros -. ee; (_ e ToW ......... i .................. ....... ...... .. O T C ^ *>cte, ^ ^J
S-5S I.,.,. 1aUt 9:40 Wclock, but did not arrive nAcknowledged'yesterday ...... ....... ...
S- '.,W until .11:215.z DeDputyi snru-St eert -and uferinade a -. I -
.. handwith orders to ere the anybody was tu In Grand tot ................ ................. ..


S b n ....IB 'th -*.-.*" "M .'r - -B
I I the die. .of Mr._ieartrnt...-

to be, beted. the deputy sbe+i de- 4 AUW1 TI'-II '
Okla an" eesittane a i the !name'at TM. U AIE W n
PPd a ~4 tpr- ~~t th m-l-w Mw s b 1w a R J' igi iaS-Sthat-- I -f he--r -e Tb fl u i .konot


~
4'

'''S.
'-I-.-,


*.'-1


PRICE, 5 CENTS.


dic




or
M~r..
Oct..-


Ilici
L




maf




I akr


V -
A
'C
K


*


a


t.


- '* !'- .


.).;:













~'.i.- -~


1T, 1SM.


*LU.9AND N


STHEREM IS O GREAT Ci E I THE MIKE DUU U1 T E
-- 1. 8 * ,'* -.*-


'. .. .l R -M D .A.-P- A .W-TSY. PHONE 82
|..-. DO NOT YOU PAY FOR OTHER P
agne m I hesr,'s ...... Wne a a ..t............. J _M l(, ) 1lb peck ..........
.. .......... .. 14 EPIMA&n.......... .;26.1r* 8 1m s, '%111vLC a p lS.f...99 Sc orB f er ......
g ... 'je an s e t.g .. ....- om . .............. -2 a %lb pug. se, or
I I- i r... -s 44p..- e s a a ctir_ ..... .... for............ .................
EI. ,-....7 F 4** ..*. .... *w-" -en, u.wz ready to M ari .Elbow, %lb pkg, c, or
... .. .. ...i. .i. ... ...... ;. ..m.. ..r...-.... S . .... ..................
r saw:^:^^ ^. ^ ....... 1ye* ,Ae*Jgr. p.l 2...... 2 N to. ,.Sfr r ..............
r -v........... . .As.i a p ib ........................
I------------ ------------. P.f--l --- -
geT.....To...... I..A ...... )........ .....
pe.. ....................... r .. r....... a .) ......
S.. :.: -.. . ...... i e. .. ......
I -2---.t. ............- I 1 Cmpou_ d, p_ lb- -6 ..... rl go 2 o tles ..............


!. ... .3. ..**- ***********, *** 2- Pe c esJ e iite Iarge f
It '....&.a...new.... s ...1..........4....... .3 r D D V Ic b o B ................
... .p... l b : ;.. .- -. "o. A p k ..... . . . ..



i | lb .............. i-M... Pa c ., eoib ia Beauties, lare...........
. ... .. .. "'it .. ..r.............. A ca2 ..............
r_..."...... 2 "ut .o bur rlb sc k..... "-...........2.2 MI . ts, ie or4 fre....... ..-
... ** ". ". 2 ute....s .. ......__ ones... ............
***',****-,* ..cl. a .......__ _.......Floto-ewd s . am l ae ......
." "-- -- -- . ........

........ . ......... .... .. ...................
-i1- b, r ub. ,...: u............p "se,1 c. .........
.....1.. ..d . 1b ......a1.. b. ............. ......... ... . <..* or ..... ... ...
ARM .. 21 -i bk......................2 -^eaches. Geo ga ]ea.t.es. large



P........... JM, l. .e ......te .......... .....1 I DaveN oe ........A. cm. ., e. 21 f al.e........
S................e .. .............. Mat o ........ ...... ... ciH........... m e .... .... ......
'::.:.:..:: Bet.. ... ...... We .... ..........:....: -. g,- .- IU g ca. .....
* i.. .. *.. . .m. e. r C I . -. p'.. .... 5 t srel 2i 'o... ........ ..... .li e 2 fo a -
S ,.7 .... ...... _Iw B a .....C..o......... : : t_ o ....... P ...............r ........... ......
. .m.. ts o- P .r............ .2 ua J. Oa... x..... P E i ..........
9....a....... ...sa .. . P . a Madt e.- .................. e.....
I'" .. .^ 3 J.A -o ........_ wr............a wp l ed .............. - l .C _. ....
hI, ... *--- Jlam Dea t G e.................... 10 ]l~ts, r 8, si.............. .. as.b a lRres dal earnia -per b
O uS Ja Ii. F. C., 5 ci, T for ............17 if we have to ert 2.o...........11 PIKLE._a
..................4 .... J V p I.ibc Vns...............0 M=e a, bea, ..ou ..r.............. PikA Mas, M e .qt ar...
... . Prain s. dooim .n' Best ........ .1 If we hae to cut t ...... .... 1 a L t t j ..
3muc ila g. ...... ..................... .- "3k35_2bcns
..9 y- : ....... ... .......a: ...eof .....'..........
40.19... ., .stsD S. Belliek ,. .. .. .. k e..... ...W Raft June ........... .10 maed ie an e........
.w..............0 = far ..... ..............n. reo pm ei.......... .5 e Chow-e,. .ts du....


25.


PEOPLE'S SAD ACCOUNTS.


"'-'4 ;.


.e3 Pickles, Crose -lackwe, -Cmow- PagrV wt*........
.0 Chow .............................. W P WP S-r .a .*....-- ..
R ce, Fancy Head, per lb ......... w 4I g-s.
.09 Sugar, grmulated, per Ib ........... M, .......... .
.0s usaru, IT s.Ot N *. 1. or s.a OAP, SOAP POWMtE AND STARCH.
.04 Sugar, -e site bse ..... s Ole tg ..........
.30 Sugar. mlatel. "bs. .. Sw tIar ND& 1. s g fa *W.
Su a granulated. 1 M1 7Br a ........I 4*-** ***
* ou a. gra, I wIa i, lib Sa. ....... M .. .... ........ iU
,25 Soue. bby'an l ms ............ c 0 c .s -90..1......... .
.25 Sa ce ............. ..0 *- TINW:R
.22 yru, O UI b ca .......... e i-: ........ .04
.14 Gryund, Alag6 )cansISe. Cor'ig ft la ..... 0.. 4
.05 Syrup, Aa, cn. c, o.r s to S.-:'i B.. ........... .... .
.0 aSiru. Peaa sass, If, or At:
.04 Syrup, Sweteat. % Sol ...... M
.1 8Kp- N-'-a Ca P a .ta. Vh ......... i -N*.... .0
So d IA OW.. N,"4"......0-u 5
for - .ini ot .

.0 Sarm,. d ery, b an...........i...... .10S m! --sr' -b... ...I... 2
.2t So45G, SA2 .il o.....r...
rSauce, --e. a r..................... .- .....K .... .... .. 0
.4* Sauceb r ad a.. ............... .. TI.
1Saudce, Small:.............. .Me 1bf_ wg h... T A
.46 Sae ,. Io .. ...... .
.12 Sauce. Chil ......................... .14 S 2 l ...................." .0
.07 Salad resting, Durkees ........... .26 ................
.24 P re'Inr's Omi beiaa. ..... .....e 1 10 f. ............ .
.24 S*W4 .. V.BM ...... i..... ..... .. .. 04
ge3 Wbe' pw It ................ .2 5........ .p .05
Gr4 Coveu. wdle,O pe lb .........-.....2 M 6am t9, ::::a:o.... ..2
2 GIL'Ampp Cloves. CrfatU of & ar J ....... e.
Note 3 2'forpe up ug'.'


Roosevelt Believes Taft'and Sherman
TI. -r 41117r,31 Y. o Tak. a sp y hSero
r^^BIIlB'f^ 3, -H Will Have 30o6 Electoral Votes in Nov. o r.TA -:
"ggIt wl be o*ly
.. .ee. aed b Oo onel ..... -* -- ,- -,..----, WW =.. yei until hsa
2s w= s.a" ..i.. G. 0. P. Also Has, Chane I Asserts That Bryan Will Be IP I ill-
-. II g '. 2ee m ienr m Colorado and Mary- ^ List of Taft States As Beaten Almost Two .Iu I New i
S: ^ ^.^ggo "alb1 ou W thI ero a. Clamxed by Roosevelt T I ,eii sa
qrn LitaTet of tenSsand Asto One. wa1 155.6
.- -..-."- .' ,. i t, fds to carry qr n te or Wr
-.ii ii. iiii. I Yii lW The table of Taft satetm accori- The Vaudvie Houses of r1.i
,0 Ing".. .' ,3-- -; .*.. --.-l M' " -V "W in to the prevldept' W Idea. In about "a liv g by i w
SoI s met SAYS HITCHCOCK as ollo. .. EXPECTS HUGHES ew or OW Show- .. .
res .q.. Californa u 0.i- New Joru ey .. 12
.I~joc Co.e.ti-ut T Net bDaot&. 4 --- -Juod E hal u
HeIs tpr o uc* IS GOOD DHATRMAN ela ..*re TO BE REELECTED ing Moving Pictures. Sbieea
'. ,. l I D . c ......... 0 ...v..s.. a "g f ...or
... "r^ . :. W. 0. LJ Chm'u. < w .......... n Pennmytana.. 85 YCS.Sa5S for tb
W-L ..3-4 a -outh Dakota. -** < smethl4
L. __- -,:..- W A... .-Executive Thinks Nebraska ." : The President Claims All *UILDING CODE OMMITT e els, bI
-.E ,> mand. Indiana, Wil Be j States as "Doubtful With .W YORK HAS PUT TS FOOT
Idon ..q CmmtP4 For aioan. R sican Leaings.
PIP J : kWS.Y..-- THE' =I..I S .mwIO . ..
U n. Washingto t ben b Wateton D. C. 0 S.-Pre r the orgao o to EXC 3
S.It-was ,earned that Herbert Par- T TT
iwalsra to petitloms to Sherman will have abont 306 e t o t being made onpousw whm he last called on the presi- bemgrewm 1'q
SmklS a valiant ral votes. ie realises that It has Governor HIugkes t Nw YWk state, .t, t eato that he aBy Gen Que., dee the
... to move the county been a ght with a gret doubt t at the sam.t he believes ada iandertoodtg
.. it habee% created,- buthe t at th e same tm he blv had m su to New Yal Gle Guer--l..
J t mwnukesu iug eil w t4%e pub. It w ill fail, just s a t C 4 s paiSA ca a i gnetour -vet in ies tSIPS fe
th SIcas, and with ard wor he x- which was made agast him fled h we work r even ader drama i
Swho thought pects to see Tatt heat By., not in 188. At thatA tima the brewers, tha he wo tfor the ationl tick- that w ~onde t a
v to ote, but have not quite two to ad hQ .peo to liquor dealers and ot hid an mr et, oe the goverabr needed It This is showy tr large
.t oail to Pay see Governor phe* rejected. mous fund which they ed in s e. t It wa prect t the re New Yorfk tttrefTbattlhey eret- o t
tax since the draft- Preient Roooerett lbu "been a deavor to elect the democratic can d- Goeraor H-ae would to vaudevile bI e a m
.te stIeS. SS ljghis pretty g oo juie of pnde!al swet s. -at, -r gove o. w Of w Yor-k city wolWsats- drains, ShoI mae -ar
'*yWis *6 1 see a cloud li ge predicted jut after the ajt ids -The edet iq In eartest *ym1 6 11 40oatry. into nio i with the
0V09. 4 -.a "Wt -p' sa es w uto the CwaseS9s-AW were pthy wGovernor Hhsr. There for _Taft. enersa -' -e.w.
,s agg -boe 9o01 tax TrvI.- Sethat Tatwokw l about Is so lItimate emort si behaalf of *WagghpW tas sttion auga te he lio 4?apak is the
..ut delas He bed .10. tbhe goveio r that he ill int make-. _W3g n voters j&h n oew york. Is t; .
U. -.e U.tiS Cleug Olaime hl mte Statesh. The e W a" to it W it .-e..alsd that they pre a good aN'et M s' ad a Iw
The president it e t ioWteed, Wester states f orW repubi* 4 an. T Jew at this time lacking that ether re wE! se it s eo y
i E.?tIv claims all tke states laes ast al tie"ket at te 'cab= bl<;. a fr toward Taft, but tollw suit. e near>' -
la SWBT "deabttal with repub ileama "own caniembsan i New orkba m e.tw* Whes, the Irish voters have ly doses empe sse old se s
.: --* -h V TROUT Nw y>rk j m p le t the preides a .a,.s.... .. toward T.tt. while the B.laI wTr.* Ist d Not a few wI!e
cog" h aity4 *9te6r.. He elN e coUld have 4e vem i Have a tread toward Bryan ioed to .... be tle New
la .I als s aiteofs s-sly ryp u -bi, s the ally ;enru't M" atoh-t every e S toward Chanler. t oS the hlndrll ll 't6S go jg
%o ,,.,, state. of Ohe, o th o sN hew o: fle state ae hS Nog reports from New theatres, S d ttsi wich. -
Utah 1 thirty electors. Ise lN srt wrSt*otheo man a ttersa sk tht the presdeat Is dissata- cateT t Je cat sre ss.s Th la weh t
pr-pared to cle1 ehaS. -d .I- aem to loyally .UPpo1he1. 40 -ad a 2 aink H. Hitchcooka's a- existence le these pSces s ha "
SrRg-s e adieledE-eb -
er 4. aa and w-ile bhe te tus far oly' one tawtant eW agmet tf the campaign, it can be a iceleettd trrof v si
E phIafc^ ^I th* 0B eas states as close, he beov leader has faed to reamon to his asA that the prealdent is atandingv oic r b v se o e
S. .w e t ast their ele.terl wtee for nete. by r. Hitchcock. He realizes that vle houses. Th "ahe" cramse l
^ 'An_- 1 -,h .-- s- Up" Ho_- -. .. htelcock has had, a very diffcult t for atime tM tq -r Silsr that ex
i.. ,.B i i The preaweat, It h said, also re. Some of the imaI t ca lers Oz. ki that heo 'as been riic to the vacuevlle theta but i-y _rm.e 4
-- sow ... o e tWe repub- pressed the e. n a St in vew of 4emta a the party that have e I, t ,r d iflklty and
,1 ,. Srds-- O.ra, a. Nay.g a- the governor's etorts f. the natiotfteu tot run him. Every time Mr. av partly bee. reached, sad daea
lanps. but thew atei am ae t in- a* ticket the entire republican ma- i s criticied by tis dposi-
S r sT.ATION. eluded it the dlas his sitktag to bMte w feall Il beh.t the yoter- Us the president says that Mr. Il deepeat .asrDI. A Wr.p ,
. his friends. nor, ad pols and straw teA whta Bitock has done very well and ..S- t the ab
16-Tr .e ,O i*iMe peasiblty Prsadent RooMereit rgO that a showed the state ticket rawk wet that he believes in him. It eskyscrapers. tfMt '
So' -l t -- Life Buildin, which Is 675 feet m M l

$ PER OFFICE t nn Vol
.. B B1 $X- - 1 DONAT



.A ., -en aa De-e_-oo.d Ioby a In ?- b-i"II IB ,l,- ..- -
sm that w itius did "t f itaiwn -.
Trial of Cha. W. NMor. oremo sI Amote. Increased the .1'I.
t " --in New Yok appeared T o a o te
ILe--ere t T,-. ---f ",e u6-.,tof-theet
. .. -". ,se.ep i -.asrm-.e-. The r t- S m. of $1 .,: eno u. r a. 1. b eo i- o w
u| s zt asi^w a poSi er te. More Had His (ce Boy W inis SimUeWaRU tinstis tha a Sum of $iee8. Ofa the em T-
'- - - to Sign Not"s, - "i s ie . e p -. -. *.te B
- - to Sign - i-'- d t think 1Te school book fund w yesterf- face -. s. a pp -
thp omOUS ewas mt a sweled to -128, as 11 was conm- the eard e Aieae ats
*W a "'!%gt gMIrf P* js AM Ct -Iooduring the day to the fund favorably vpm s rernaistn,. "7 5
S M S5ecured to aoo-4po s*- e tB
A* W g a upapl s b ooks for the poor chp- ed. W.
aa St W 1 tW city. It Is hoped the do- uf -a CSty. A





W90 0 aytateaclser gmom w *.*....-..---.....






___ ___ an *sljzzS3S3SSS0 atometimowis te tute Al MMa


Ow the oeeay of tMa
an of at ity o has
lard work ha s e rea
York.- The born ma *
is yokth may be able
ter "frut," and fsr a
at his coutry betIa.
F a mater of faf
Mr wM be ohms-
rmle rtaxe eisw
id of a "boaw" VAo
-ork from Oahkoba or
thee side to this a-
Wvasion, however,
I who arrives In New
noMmey sad no frtenda
id expeota to make a
g ip the alpres or tee-
Sa "hard rw to oe.
au* better toml, at
re always k f .
M a little bet th
at for tie d 0=
W '-gN. W- a hbms. "







r eth t *.*
ag.bobe.

allwt fil eJ e.'- "









YnOrMMl .
W ~







tr-gs ii d i. --,
e* ".
e .s. *a - ,









RI a e.t


do" r Is the
M be_ ar &M *M
ait0e.no" tw U.

edgem & amaie



Iai Wnals Sa~ -
Ia bp ue se
beurthe V


- '4


Asp-





to WIS.."


rp


*9~99


9*
I


4*.V *


* *


I '**


**







ISM


9"


ru PANSACOAJOURNAL-, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 108.


U' 'a


a

ffr~ -



e -~-
in'


tthe board buys. Chairman Daniels he
-, -' _- ..-.... said that he did not-believe the mayor cepted the papers which the deputy _
was anxious to buy useless things .for taiwt out. He appeared leass Og- L'
the board. The street superintendent nant than his wife. "
Vn e -,V ,-lllfn l JP -U- Jj was asked how many useless brooms Mr. Heart sa t the sameas
.. ---. '-m-'v ..-.rmt i be had on hand, left from the recent were entirely expected. at erb
S- pum'bae by the mayor, and he re- had not the least sbl that ernor
plied: "Six dozen." thing of the Mad was to oeeur In
SA motion m ade by Mr. Walker that "Omaha.y ot
-T9 1- I All TltklesWforeusefsyethestreet ,ditiawoto --e....
n Wash., writes: "Ever I ws 16 supermenent receive the 'O. ofth "e oe-e! --_t-- ".. t bre b
and other pais, a ll over a woman body, are often years old, I have suffered m female the chairman," was adopted. The tiring rori M ry f
eased by some, not well understood, feamle disease. troubles. 1 had headache, kacheand street superiantenentowas instructed Hearet. *wi te otepaor to bera In als
*NO one can tell just where female double will other troubles, every Some and request the mayor to buy them. Omaha or e ranky "
a et you. It acts -in a different way n different two years ago, I bean Cardi, A communication from the assistant I do net believe this case will ever
le th and since then I a ba postmater asking where ma boxes come to a trial, and the knowledge
ne S giv s bUt aa Si"nce thee 1 ave m aY aLa e,, s hold be 'placed on certain streets that tis it has been led does not -
little benefit, and the most successful eth may my other troubles have I d w referre to the city engineer. from
bwamid 4to be the treatment of the M6 ueyoua need any medicine, and I eThe water pg at the Dortbeast
B may by taki Cadul .N a r ~ was ord ered placed in right position.
rul done for other women, it ought VAWA I I Chairan Daiels reported the bad
-w -tdoor yP MMIi M. B. orOUtfod, Oside of Wright street, between -HaY ne
-and Al,- He particularly re- Mr
eured to that portion in front of the ra.
Garelem ice faatry, stating that the iw
*b M and city etatly were rspoas- _M in
ble or the eMa"ition ew existing. Mr.
*WalBe sMldtat- the sidewalk at this
a n was u ed v y mh by ays a ra
a kinAAICng trit Arnm cars people -
b ta d to wak in the street. M l
. 7 gRe sHad that mc kimat thispllt
I04AL,- were ms than it b m ste walk was
thee. The matter was u0reaft to- J.
|777 -k *Weft 1tke ee s atd with kw"r,
--4 I" " -'* ""1~ m t s - e a8


XYZof


iT -ABC d



545




a .It is Claimed That Th ow f e h a et l
to-. MMne of mi .WiW Aare-
:wgit at La1. -n Held Last

"rsADli a. 'Has Not Been Sti i Night and Many Mat-

S. Mobe Several . ters Discussed. I don't know. I haven't thoi
a ie. I ., Ten to one'I should do so'

s to, so I deded t"nt up MobIe, Oct. 16.-The whemabofts The regular semi-monthly meeting Y 't w Sy doctor perhaps advertise to buy the cu
-uu a r upulobheeisla.,tohgettkdrfi de a t.
and talke attWhiW of oa. N. Hill, aid to be the piakient of the Board of bl works was the wh store yo privt rul h is lad to et d of it.
Skey. It as o good and general manager ot e held last nght i-te *city clerk's of- n -e O a ae too modest. Yo cut the poitin two but then th
Xthan Sa the cl -s g other l Hi Lamber Company, ia causwg coln ce. Ch irman Ieaielh presided and eed not afra to te M. i-
.. mediann s.". '. ;- aiderable anxiety among creditor Mr am a by ten, or ptaps by fifty, and





nearswverysoon as aeresrring rYaw frog I owned his stare I
^5/?l^"^^l_, the concern In the sate and *.-.- =e -en !-t r e-t [ talked anat
11l l acI a air' s concerni ng h s T e r efea t m eetie led w iu -bep
is dd free- .er *rnsof to o- h were r e in t his hous be db the power make sden.ome sort of a seer; nst ot
,am oa so hatT ty omrns a stateanot be ta th eenedan t withe instru sions 0 atord the tLD. - S the counter g ,n every



S .ar cre of -ay tue. t ial dirt be ront u as t rom e t iorI ofr its customer who is six awa
...., cly fean taMt hri rt unle sPsb, S afe, askitS t2 epairs be to o.nqa ae female E .A. the street golg nrth to change
7 tmerred to the building nqpector.
-d p e ar s t oet h e a c c ud1c O f t h e z0 A -om m y n Sc al. fom tr h e c u i to w n h1 w r it e s : c r ossoo ve r a n d bhyomee s Xca


port concerned alent chare of the street in fro his hous a i ys of that I have hats in my window.
and whether warrants had been ss- o th board tna quest I h terrm an ssgame de-
A. ,-ed for Hill-, replied that he frr ane e- tio-i o cverhe time eoa ratgeuufes a- st the weames. in..
TeAree-hil lambe pCon around ithe city Jail ons Arted. The and ws rero Tell a hundred thousand i
mantBained oi. ...s. ntatm d that i, .ree was -e e as e, to A-| usmu who.. ... who buy ,two hu etho0sand
-.F' .o- .i t nai f hve uend ano .ay. ..t..o Hil' s coenesmwih. i n-red y-s. Cp o.nd a o_,_khadwoey
ereut u ditsay tha h A isio rendered b sth yat- i o vice, t og your direties est'et wake them p then give
SCommissioner Richard Jesk w noet wa ested woth r t"s da awll .arosasswn a oer ad ad pair o an;




e-'-- ....... as if no havin beewhat ocit prisoners Ao be employt amy friend. o my -a-----" ham sa-dwiches; do sometimwg
Sin use for some e. cito t e ,in ty.heAT tW sell hats, Pt stored thmea.
^*.* ,*W -I. -- /a Wan ants Are Out. Permission was rari Walker I Fr thirty fear Lydia t, cPnk-
SIt is known that warrants charging aham to make tem repairs hmn's VetL COIaind made
rt G-ar- Hill with the fraraalent use of the a alk on aCae d dprin from root ad herbeas been the I have ao patience with t
/o era..ag carts mauidfrs have been issued and warrants Teyaie ht t andr remedy for female illanes


-..r e -"- ... h- west side are alsor sa to have been issued T s r o n and has positiVely ced tsands od epes on the sidewalk and the
.a.t. nothe r in th o the city were complete This met. women who have en troubled with
.. l l .. white: r m o whate tarTihes nin th ebhai of the ct dJl lee But it isn't c ay to
.g ^Ac4 A -Te- mer ,.... 'ad note a attorney and will be reped upon by tih. fieroid tumor EW. aetiesr : t
*mrge lw I and hd-buy t any extent in what s k own him at a future meetln..f the board, etriodi pans, sprhe tat bear- make readable gewr of yo. a
"man, h- I fl mat in as the eile lumber it b n when bids wll be asked for. -down feeling, flatulency, nde- .
4on 1' to A the contrary bht heavy n ether The engirr w ae instructed din wedornervousprostrat on. bus -ess of the -aewqpers to
\, ,lii? l ed istric intr te s tateA n d Ji O. A ree, tr e oughs. t- E t_, if I want a moderate .priced st
jo inngacti o udowas said to be tHillGAd aden re t 3ethodistya t-l oto
...Ss atchas of-, S seveneenca -'oad erc asked.soto; erect a to its buileing on south Paoafox tisg is ten ti.me more faster
SherI t eowa S a a o tt at the corner f arden and street. Associated thPr ih that
"., -^. aa t T her t osa feet 1 eil p Palatx streets dunrrg ke coming The request of E. W. Peake to erect
a. s ao eh aac wa mreue t on est e ee ho or Ttcs hanged himself
retwno r% a towner a4i n bets o

.-dae aw so far eas i nts ee ats la o erin Mr. Foes thet spec cosmmit- Good avertslag me r

S A t tday and there was much activity in .ered to t clerk ith instructions and that a-new sprinkler has been
WlOUS.. P-t- AR W 4 DAY some dirnles. From the name Aree to inform t compy that no insur- prtrchased t replace the old one now e y .. h o 1
/. .' * *. aglag- f aS upn -m-an w"ll be it might be assumed that J. 0. Acree, ance wul r o s being used. 'bthe board decided that
9m UM.a' P "_-i s is ety ii* ~-s IiL- well known In local lumber w ircle A scr e e used i-n the sprinklers He operated under itK e s f
-e. .r or Vamils. a y e-ts and was connected with the concern; but s9rbbing tile o In the scity direction and four miles were ordered Keep your eye e
3MI4T r--- -t -a i algl r w1 a at*i te tai this ia H ot the case. While Mr. Acree buildings .. as ordered leased at a prchased for use in this work.
G*dlt-U two tdli' ait l could not be located, it wras stated c-o r month. M Walker asked if the cost of
S. that he was not a member of the rm Perm n wasgranted to Hooton water for sprinkling the streets was tday t
aDSnt folig e ase or the & Watso to make temporary repairs charged to the oard's appropriation word; e
d t ..W E1e 1w _OODe crn hs tby the loacale ousebosi- to a side k on West Roinh.a tiet for the year. He was informed by
llll-e '= "5*Baakruptcy proceedings agast the A.Co unication from C. J Levy, aChae f thate bod the cstd o igest. We do't c rol M
r, r W gifr e gM M< m loer company will, it was said, be citing t impassable condition of b ythe fre department was charged S. It alw ays Cof s dolt the "t
Snf ta a led in the IUnited states strict ctsi hon Nintbh a duri t against the amount appropriated for t h w t
ever.. *as Mg AbetWest g he are a beo aidtohave-beenissuedoral I'e ie~nsfeaola Electrie Comipany street Speoiteident Burns asked


Igg gr 1 g toithe wlteek .s t w haslb w qy'.1 m a. obe o y Opco present a will for $14.75 *for dam- permission to purchase a stronger st o r
id the interect of ai5ege vi B *3* g company .Coynt PslegphPon aet enc
thel seitoa tiket have fltursd 'e@ tC While the extent of the indebted- ages t itft wires by city employeT in trade of brooms to be used in sweep-



heea. ... .S rr ness of Hill is not given t by ese trimm trees. Action oin this bill la s the pavement, s t ng ehat te
*S\^ a S Eeredsanit Ma- the l t concerned. It was learnedh thiat it will as dlerred. brooms, recently purchased by the
l Mwo tha tee which in. a tow metus in range from 10,000 t 820.000. Ad A nmrnuication from Street Su- yor wr t ak or this work
Tnaiseaon M r va o O k ad fe- there is nothing in the way of n y perina dent Burns tn ormed the fr Woer ttao enteH spidtonkle w eret
re ps two we. md telys s t-B* hul~a rtoa get.sofar a could beaascertained. 0Nbo shatthe ensacolalectricnF 0. wacol. H te shraid thatie thae l t
1o%9 emfaV. t hvia"s d ou aw13KMth.awhit e: e ea tHil willrbeyreadilylre ecaledh rnhna e ork apofspri nkin the smor tr irreets wares%!





d h tei.. '- y ogmnae" -- 11I o rn.Wsten.Uio mayor donu byu a car hoa ow a I
t ie the a erantec In this clty lnmaeyi lastrwa. Co y and the Postal Telegraph being poured on the pavement. Wheni
O aoaaab Bo his arrest by the loa authorities y were deaquent in the pay- asked whoi requested the mayor to
t city 6 o a warrant r Iryssued by a member of f taxes on poles erected in the prche the last consignmen t of
U( Weegie 1S St Christ ma5Wle g aeS gd the frm with which he was then in e city He also sai that these com brooms, Mr. Burns replied that he did i
ch p~ Suaay, 11 o'lock In the he tthe by tn @ tied charging the alteratiob of in lpe h were not coplPyIl with ae not know. No member of the board
ua ee ual. -ethr checo, city ieance reuirg tht poleshbe had any knowledge of thepurchae of
Jam, 80C1588j Warmer, of Nelew OrIt s -t dagee A ,-.. .. atrs. cle was ordered to communicate Mr. Walker to enter a strong protest
vtd uere a ontpoes owe odbt the rd withoufirt securiogee Thereo i
**hI P71mColle. o themanm la wheaee they rnist. o o investiate the ordinance re. appropriation for the month to exceed Thise

higae.ade my mnose b7 bhard wo q u the painting of poles, the figure intended to cover the ex- TWS*Bhisg
tadvertino g"-Lrets-iThee Cmwer -ou" Welles-Kahn Company was pendltures for that period. He saidH
as on n assr Subscribe- to The Jocgeal ae.grted a permit to make an addition tha thtsprivilge was alowe "dtheRD IN P
ind monkeys amhthe board could not chal-
lenge his right to buy them." He said
WillbImhbs taJ.,that the chairman aioued know what Cenboa rdsciedtt Page)hat
seru-"ioe ued I thesprnkles beopeatedunderIt


a ji


tset i ip flam
it b~seace ; but the
im; faabim on mab
sv with a wh&id. oea
Iverlusifg C.as and.
ts are uhort4lved.


- Malory Kennedy.
..--- --. -,

ied to ** ely amd roomed
hr ranee. OMe Il iNWt
r. rMo 9: :to and to

.. 736. -rIUL
I- S S ety. Cm
t EauUn athe4ay


me ia the lest. When Gov-
skasu lmd ot ry very ago
en against me was belag de-
cawe of his lack of frands.
id to donate the nes.
Ids froae my own pocket
oIer sting holds good."
serving the papers on Mr.
Deputy Sheriff Stewar: left
n-vltinOln of the door of
oom d&wbee e mefact that
dasage had been done aside
making the lock.
A airs of State.
abtiet is in session.
wa-He% a lar.
ye-May that be' undiadeod.
-fsay It's a same and a Ji a
-Aesuse him of the droaivat.
t--S sure and deesse
A-- t forget to call Ot
S-4ew Dno quarter.
I-Wat did Hearst say?
-Say he's a sne. -O

cslbCiwmsThe Joeu.j.


'. '- - *~^ .'-A


.M- '-v


I-


1ZatlmeNo. 3


-. o -
1


--S
- ~-.- =~:~-.-


. -'- -in


tore writes me to ask


ought much about hats.
ethinF revolutionary*;
stomer's old hat. As
Of course that would
e sales would multiply .
I the store, would get


t at all. 'I make the
t dealer know that if
up and shake myself;
stand around behind
thing, waiting for a -
y on the other side of
his mind, come-back,
e in hischurry notkie


enwho-wear hats and
hats a yea that-you
re losing for. Iftthat
away a hat ai anad
cram the hats fll of .
. Your buiaess is to


he retail dealer who
weather for his trade.

D.s easat ; simply
dWvtisiag. It is the
distribute news amd
Aish hat yew dver-
tiAg to,. me than th
some galoot in Okia-


SPrt this on e'
wiL read t first thlg
Up.


.-*.'*


1


, '.,.4


gar, cummm)


^*^K^









.%-, ,1
jf I


r -
. 3..
.111I.~. ~
-~ ~ :.~


SA1DY M EONDIG. OCTOBER 17, IW8.


Pvsz> ether to Wage


Last & in New Yorkor Middle West


CA
E~mu~ .070 WW
-----* .-. ----


4.
1@
4.


mmpw~mmhii. ~U~d
~
k .~


~b m


N6M6 SLU ikns wuke1*


- I -o'I.. S


-, WMAe'DV 1 cou 1 35


VOMW A CHNMin.
-unwo Wwf. r rookwtho~t -i

2'- W ANT A CKANSGZ
Kgu" odiup. d tIn IK 5 kftkfrsm the O
OM WANT A IMORP.
qngo oft"Wdthe people fK ftr regoftlon., -

AM WAM A GMAIS We


L. EAM WANT A CHAINQEP


Most an~ ofsithe ehM V wof Iw, ewem whem


IreW0 e s pt t WWWJsr they hawe
**mto epud",Ul Im neVm-way OW wrn,61086ylugN:

To* Thet 1 t iofgo zd ebmftsmew



We ,W~ant a Ch-ange"


vo-m t W em lot t" easier--
laeta stweek gOwes by
OW ChiMp.cooventboo, tothe Jokes-
*64e.w Taoway project a move.
w*g- Uf npb irdby MastfBrst law aofnas-
-*mwTrck always asserIts tsW-1
"uNowadom, The lake cities.
Imaimie, -&I- the MIAdwae "
immtdat wemo- aeonsiperin
.We mdOg ofas an aod e'ASW
"Amo It Thor SAW be" the&Vol,-

'- wff Tr moterfaftand seflooft

OveolMAbs contooi..
litsebl lwering at the water- in
"MIA1o- Worthlessmany
S at denmure 'nrai atharbor
--moe. 1 It lomsnt mtonly
A" V~ "ab g~, bat'the0ilaw
V" 6% sit01Caimisaimalo



asmmoeatte mseltom"Ammew
so dedltow eahohe"
iomi* mvaying:m

on r-atbe no em


o"Nat 1al t b64ONWeimprove1
4MW the 2 .Mh Wit--to

*00. u vm'&e,-we ao
fis athe dpemot emud me
fft*v lthe eu dol- VON*


ofa a-d W4W -


iamb, -o doN opps. twe
bod inlmONO but eeaft be



to h m o e Gmpoctapamebmoan
b aiit t ba e -m t
p. ILTo omiftsin to01 9




by the sdommeod
w b&*A a's f--o&Iis.


critic Mde as was that by the republi-
can editor at Omasha to waom the ta-
r|1 ,is ta the rupuhica platform
akea s had that be thought it was
89MISe that Bryn had said mand for
M Ith s W ma d the democratic
presnttal candidate accordingly.
ThL ~mOOrts are excusable for not
~I aoe wto ~ the foreign lingo
in which tt republican matter wa"
I ,tted*"; .e. it is not tAe fIrst time
ra t llesa m tu uer, by reason of its

p e to e the eNW thflng.
r r
F40dsvoring to
Qrinia. dithe World.
A stimulatsm b genuine interest
sad tfatlith taI'the case of foreign mis-
siams is, of emrse, hoped to be the
result ot the Work et the great Carie-


tiba missionary convention In
Oalean the pest week, where
beeo bgR eMd gmietcal workers
all the oren g mae~ elds.


New
have
from


The Bible command with respect
to the duty of the church to spread
tkm seal to alU mankind are so
plat ap em-g that it seems that,
by mw ewmg Atin n tothe prombes
V the wor mo statldiM should 1be
USed- 0om time to time in order to
bo th at al aMae la this partite
U-' el oeeommand, or to
ot la- coaTetlcat that it is

It IS SaOd g toe meh to say that
-4s0 we -VOW st es aeevers
wmOe a-Mb, is week ea the matter of
Mlg la s sal s o inare
190 Sli. t odo thong hi

it I mgq y work ad bees
udrtabs in atil prooP cosId have
boo 8m t progress was os.
e. Maa smtp w oumcd t have
6e0" tu*Mp% VI lsst u'e started
wgw it, a m statistis to Inspire
8m& .oe1; had noting bit
a s umth.
t -tmg to Iqoted as "the]
eum a menat" et the New Orleans

"Immmo are the great plan of
No gain Im 'atthe world is


on tihat pI. From Gemeasi to Reve-
Wte.0 t8ib. e isn a ,amI'inry book.

IngAvO eM sawIng re whole cla-

N WOsm a..oftheBible
-oa -w eed ato meo mbut eterwnemg
.,ol is"-Og 3. We are net so

-a we are
s Awm we want to put
tof" s f tbe toa tae,.y

m o want t mnam theta
Ibeeas as what has bean


eye States Coisdl

Most DTxobtuL


orr im Ot For
Rsvg OLaar Wo, Nero
Sand aioad Vote Is In
Bad wSpe iAi Olio-Tle
Q'wstiOn With Brya= la
Whether to Conctrate
I Last Effort in Eat.


A special from New York to tee
Philadelphia Ttins says:
The e..aO.rlUc managers are dowa
to hard and practical polities. Ty
coomt 0a Mr. Bryan to save his own
campaign it It teas be =aved; ad
they are worrying about how to make
effetive use of his remaining time.
Three weeks remain. Here is their
problem:
Shall Mr. Bryan ad Isi elequence
be concentrated n a grekt Anal as-
sault oa New York, or shall bel spread
over the zst and MIKse West?
What shall it pet himrit he gala
New York and lose Indiana?
Is it possible to elect iWm without
New York? It so, and ift uch a plan
ot e-tpasign be undertaken, where
should he concentrate,' hs eSorts so
as to make the best showing in the
West?
C(n Indiana be reasonably relied
ea to go along with New York, even
it Most of the wrk is do"e in New
Yrk sand Indiana is perfoeree egleet-
ed?


.-Tse ae sm e a the -st l I
wbck bave beeI getogmoiMtera-
ties St h NMeb- bo th he asm a
Chicago. When a story got late print
that Mr. Brysa ait "Me to New
York October 14 twel days 8maier
thA Was orgotbily Pm I itS
nedistiy gave te to. the Ioeary,
"Bave the democrats conchuded to
ct lodse from evrythmg else and
make a magntlcent gamble on the ef-
lfrt to carry New York?
Nobody at the New York headquar-
ters was prepared to answer. No-
body knew whether the story was
true that Bryan was to come to this
state this week.
Ohio In Unaroi~al Clas.-
Taking the best i-orw-ton obtain-
able freen beoth deeeratle ad re-
publiea sources, the itnatlon seems
ftat to be settUIng own to recogni-
tion that New York, IndIana and Ohio
are the most uncertain states. True.
Neheeka 4sa grava dopbt, Colorado
Is uncertain, Montan is ese- and
Kas is persistently rated s da
gezsra for the- raeminsm sPd Wis
comain is a puzzle. But mese minor
cerwtalntles are pushed into the
baak..u=d when the campaign gets
up to the crisis. Colorado or Mon-
tans or NeUraska or Ka sas would
be niee to have, say the democrats;
but what's the use of getting two or
three small slates that will not quite
carry the electoral vote over the goal
line.
The repubblltjs are greatly concera-
ed about Oblq Two weeks ago they
were positive it would go their way
by 40,W0 or mere. Today they
merely say th*y 4 ostive. A- manu-
facturer who buYs r'rmary materials
mainly in Oabo. a Sunday:
"I am sure the democrats have a
better chance of carrying Ohio than
New York. '-be Vbraker element is
out for revenue, not because of what
has been done to Ftmrakr, but be-


cause republican victory now means
its retirement from all possibility of
controlling Ohio in many years.
"The labor vote is in bad saape,
and so Is the negro vote. The rail-
road men are off with the republi-
cans; I was told of Senator Dick's ex-
presmia of the greatest conern on
this score of the railroad and street
ratlead vote. There is a big unem-
ployed vote in Ohio. The state may
be.ately republican; but if it is, then
Bryan will be defeated as badly as he
ever was before. I don't think be
has ay chance at all of carrying any-
thing in the East. New York. New
Jersey, Connecticut-all are claimed
by the democrats to be doubtful, but
I don't believe it. As a republican,
what I fear is a combination of the
South, Ohio, Indiana and enough
smaller states of the West to elect
Bryn."
This man stated the whole case
TMe democrats haven't been able to
dedMe whether it Is better to fight
for such a combination, or to devote
themselves to New Yorw and Indiana.
The republicans are hardly less uncer-
tain; but the initiative Is. In a faaihion.
in the hands of the democrats, the
attacking party.
Democrats Claim New York.
The flrat claims given out by the
democrats with anything like a stamp
of oSelal character were presented
today by Join I. Barton. assistant
secretary of the national committee.
He sald:
"Our reports are that Ohio is won.
The New York World poll gives New
York to Taft by 13,000 and to Chan-
ler by 193.000. Do you suppose if
Chanler gets any such vote as that,
Bryan win fail? Hardly.
"The New York Herald poll gives
134,000 plurality to Bryan below the
Broax. Now, 134,000 for Bryan below
the Bronx means 50,000 for Bryan in
the state."


-~ I


deoe. Condesce wil b& trengthea-
ed if the work *6fsd be
measured oE with a measuring rod.
Faith demands asUNd.
Recognizing bad respoedthg to this
natural demand the convention has
been wooded with statics. Out of
the mass of ntereting data, much
might he gathered for presentation in
this oameetion One of the speakers,
making an exhibit of a unfret sears
of foreign missionary work by all the
churches of Christianity says:
"Faith in mlssiloary activities no
longer rests on authority, but also
upon the assured results of a splena'
did century of commendable activity.
We crown a hundred years with one
million and a quarter of converts,
and with five million advocates.
There are 4,000 missionary stations
with 10,000 organized chcrdaee. There-
are 8,000 Bible schools and a million
and a half pupils, and 50,M native
ordained preachers tell their story in
the language wherein tey -were born.
Within the years of Bishop Thoburm's
service alone, seven hundred millions
of people have .become accessible to
tae gospel who were Ina6cesalble
when he first sailed. The men of all
nations who travel have been won
to advocacy of foreign missions by
the actual demonstrations ti the
fields."

With six political parties having
candidates to be voted for in the com-
Ing election in this state the ticket
will necessarily be a long one and it
will stand the voter in hand to have
his mind made up before he gees to
cast his ballot as to the candidates
he wish to vote for. He went have
much time to consider that question
while preparing his ballot. The se-
lecting of the Ave residential elec-
tors he wishes to vote far freo
among the 25 or 30 on the ticket is
going to cause many a peter 'to
scratch ais head.

The Teddy Bear craze which has
prevailed over the oemmary for the
lest two years is allegq to be the
chief cause for the greoty lcreased
price of mohair cloth and Angora
goats. The Texas goat raisers have
benefited largely by ths advance In
the valo" of goats a Oest tr, Gil
it is not believed the oIe star state
will feel so appreciative at Teadiy as
to support ia promy far the gfn-.
deacy.

As all that goes up aust come
down it is not surprieing that tthebi.
boneswhich went uab B Iausta as-
day-sheut.have come down asnitbet it
does seem rather evramewary that
so many of them should hawt daesnme
ed into the North Sea.

CoL Max Hamburger Is at the head
of a Company to launch a -o after-
no0 newspaper In Mble to be
known as the Times.

DowT PAY CARIMEU.
Oam msre the JOMI--im cia the
ttese o om o to as.Dow
twg at uubm 5 e.
CarIms a aot maa to 0-W
bet br the Joan.fL bWagse=. .u
amd onoo m In um. a..W

VUMSIt. Od ta" tb Is rsot
resew y mu Fy w.J = Mr
DeaL
.M I.-- As. m


ba M ot Ur. Ql


People in the

Public Eye


"Sunny Jim' Sherman was invited
by a band of exuberant young Amer-,
Icans to come in and take a swim inf
the- Ohio river which he refused. It
would have beer good practice for him
tour up Halt ceok.--Atlanta Journal
Governor Hiakell, of Oklahoma, has
just received tle most -discoragmag
rebuff of all. Pma,@ent Roosevelt
does not consler= Haskells recent at-
tack of enough. -aeQPce to merit
a reply.-43craitoyTrlb)ne.
Some of e*isundera4mja*
with rote O the chairmena ip
of the Rbapub natia alm itee
Mr. rtt'sork taay so yoen

MKin mese h his attire
about three ttemas dared he or
and at Pbll a Windsor
Castle and ham keeps a
stock of about 21.-Leodi Times.
Of course, we de't know tre the
Duke of the Abruui .is on tahs
trip. but there's enough slat wktng
among us to show that aren't
afraid to guess.-Newark
Kalamasoo having had fromI
Carrie Nation and John W. tin
the nome seasea w ye pl rIt4
as occupying a large spot o map
-Battle Creek Moon.


Odd Things V

in the Ne


nearly seventy feet of quicksand, ana
the pilars incruated to the fundamen-
tal rock.
An expedition organized in Boston
by George M. Boynton wIff explore
Athe great unknown regions of the
southern watershed of the Amazon
river between the fourth 'and tenth
parallels.
American typewriting machines
have only German competitors in Eu-
rope. At a recent display at Gren-
able, France, they carried off all the
boners. Their use is increasing every
day abroad.


Over a England tMe Society el
Minsat re Rifle Clubs is reported to
be ding quietly an JImmense amount
of good In fostering and developing
uan Interest in national rifle shooting.
The shrinkage of wood from loss
of *mos ture has been found by the
United Btates forest service to range
-*fm 7 to 26 per cent- of the dry
vOlame in different species.
Fifteen thousand pictures are now
'on ehibibtion In the two great salons
it Paris. These represent about
three acres of canvas. The total
length of the pictures without their
frames would be nearly ten miles.

PHONE 870.
FMIKVlMAN DRY GOODS
COMPANY.


THE REPUBLICAN
* CAMPAIGN B0SS


Haskell tries to be as good as his
word-to give Roosevelt a good punch
every day Mutil this thing is settled.
-Augsta Herald.
With Roosevelt bossing the cam-
paign for Taft and Hearst playing
Carme foar HIage.a the two "bir ones"


The East dianban ba -gunsu e able to swap points.-
to compete with the West Indlaft t Journal.
in English markets. A Texas paper says the president
.--- "ba t enough ginger left in him."
The human heart weighs m at why he is trying to
eig=t to twelve ounces and thrui blft thet l issue by pelting red pe
It passes 221-2 pounds of flood eY per.-Atlanta Conatitution.
minute or 11,80,000 pounds in .
year. Perhapalf Mr. L.mgworth expressed,
Saye heMr sort of political views he
Mexico s Idestied toa w d be asong the % large number
promisnent factor as a producer **ad to go -bne In the dark. Or
fnedpetroleu. ewN OW s W. e l ghp ther.-Philadelphia In.
Ing constantly discoveredL. i a w
The Carwch of BE and Waifs Roosevelt's Prairie Oil Company
Strays Society has tWhm ae n ft h 3bge ugmit. Hsken proved to be a
474 children in the twenty- a fix g= t oW t*i. wa Ever since
that it has bees in op-rat'fl. ft .r- it has been
- m Se eort to
A Swims ha tabnm troafe bb i os-cTelegraph.
count all the stepa h*-tok during 8W"- -1--T e .
year. He found the n aMer to G rwmur Hashe*l continues to give
*, 0,000, which gives 25.74 steps oooevelt a few things to
day. thoroughly. The Oklahoma
t o Is just beginning to aight.
The aisAs of the f e is through with the president
work of the tower of a New York .uhty indvdual will have
scraper were sank to bedrock t in ,m a a to interest him for


: Attention Democrats


S The Bryan-Kern Club of Ewcambia county ba" prfcted perma-
* neat orgau-tirvtto and the name of Wery democrat sau be oa"
* its membenhruip list It cots notbng to join but the pmoeu of your
* name on the roll will be a valuable aet of the club r th reason *
* that the primary object of the organisation is to roll up a eghn
* democratic vote in the coming election.
* If you will flgn the membership coupon found below ad mail l
* the same to the secretary your name will be pkced ea the member-
* ship list.
* Hundreds of names are being added to the membership lt
* each day. Send In your name.
*
* Wm. C. Monroe. Secretary Bryan-Kern Club,
* Box 484, Pensacola. Fla.
* Sir: I am for Bryan and Kern. Please erol mwe as a meI"
* ber of the Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work and vote tor Bryar and
* Kern in the coming election.
* Name ......... .................. ......................
* Precinct Number ........................ .......
SPost Office ................. ..........................
* *Box 484, Pen*aola Fl 0****
4 Sir: I am ~~~~~foBra an Kr.Pl eenlleas em


DEMOCRATIC TICKET

NATIONAL.
For Presidential Electors;
H. P. Bailey,
P. W. Butler,
Robt. E. Davis,
Gee. C. Martin,
Samuel E Pasco.
For Congressman:
J. Walter Kehoe.
D. H. Mays.
STATE NOMINEES.
Governor-Albert W. GlIherist,
Secretary of Stats-H. Clay Craw-
ford.
Attorney General-Park M. Tram-
mell.
Conptroler-A. C. Creoo. -
State Treasurer-W. V. Knott.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
-Wm. H. Holloway.
Commissioner of Agrieulture-B. E.
McLin.
Railroad Commissioner-Royal C.
Dunn.
Justices of the Supreme Court:'
Wm. A. Hocker.
Thos. M. Shackleford.
COUNTY NOMINEES.
Representatives:
C. 1& Wiggins.
J. P. Stokes.
Sheriff-J. C. Van Pelt.
Clerk of Court-James Maegibbon.
County .a-e-Hery Bellinger.
Tax Aeasoer-W. W. Richards.
Tax Collecto--J. S. Robert.
County Treasurer-J. Ed. Williams.
SoeolW Sup motsoient-N. B. Cook.
County. Surveyer-
Justice of the Peace Dist. 2.-R L.
Nicholsen.
Constable, DiaL. 2.--C. P. Bobe.


several mnthse. He may have to
give up his Africam trip in order to
find time to answer all the charges
that are 'being brought against him.
-Albany Herald.
Roosevelt granted a franchise, Has-
kell thought it was probably good.
ThereforeHas ll had to go. That is
the story in a nutshelL It might have
been better to make a fight before a
public that loves fair play.-Bruns-
wick News.


Thei tte at Mhip Lam.he
Down to Chatles I*. time It wes
customary to name ad baptise a ep
after smhe w ee*-I enedmese a
week or two after. The eld Tudor
methbod usd for mu4&ar wo s
In use. Pepy *'DMN Sobw that
he saip ws gmt a asm after~

ew" or "-hmag atf w o e oat w
be Iman, amting the a W and -Fw
a Unbtiam an the quarter eck. The
cup was the gmmraly given to the
dockyardmaster siwdFght as a me-
men Whm didM m t emt ages
Snami and tbaptsbig a m b-rem
she t sent aloat eom Int? I tem te
Am explint ol um o he ew methIe
tlam upM ac baTd ie s am

the bows of a Bxtritbh amat-wr mt
I have eal iasl, a e t'ua
MwX- r goce fi K ay, tW I& -
hisd .met it M hwehesine
-London Balmgad Quarles.


tdiAt up g t demI a ifor,

ad ofice.


Political AnnnicKacTmits
FOR a. Eaip .
I hereby announce at m as a
for the chi Iof her-m of Ba a Cssn
to be hel in Nermba, and ndettf
votes of al voters is ts n.
CAPT. M A.
At the request ofmany triamd beth
city and county. I hereby aanonee
as a o r the cut kerne fte 1i t e 0
Ecambea Coun ty,.m te gememaI ehetien
to be held In Novambe. ad a tnd b th-
votes of all voters Im this county.
C. H. IJACK ow

Legal Adew nm
NOTICE OP SALE.
Under saad by Oat of rden M m
by the Dtret C amtofe Vated at&*
for the Sout heorn otfe the Mide
District of Alabsme, and of the District
Court of the United States for the Nth-
ern District of Florid. both stt in
bankruptcy I will sell at DeFmdak
pf .. during then ho
of sue aon Monday. Oetober ~25 2ihm
the prety of the Boohain LimWb
Com of kd ad
Florida. The Icprpere taades swil.
engines. b up. W art. fttin s,
fixtures, mIll ed ntles. maan stock
of c..ula. oods.three hundred thou-
sand feet l lumbwer M or lose. stand-
a tmber ad timer esProperty
wl be sold freed q a( llele. mortgages
or Incumbrancet. w lae wi be made at
public outcry to h t MbW tr eamb.
CertlPe dek -r for SW. required of
every bidder. Checft of uuMUIcess*al bid-
ders returned Immn-iat-ly after sale.
undersigned at Dotan, Alm.
A. I PACL
Trustee la Bankruptcy of Estate of Dow-
ham Lhunber Co. IocUOt
In Escambia County Circuit Court, State
of Florida. In Chancery--Annie wB Vs
Wade ,wina-Bil far Divaree. Os mn-
d. the 7dth day of Decemer, A. O9N.
st, 1efed. ateWadte rvba&In reulred
to appear to the bli filed against him,
herln. This order to be Pubishod a
each oeek for eliht (<) camaeentive mee>
In The Pensacola Journal.
pufahibed in said Vocambla Coums.AX
U.nNtcMUilan. Clerk Circuit Court. y 0.
G. Hartaaeld, D. C. *Pfacsl.. Ns.,. Oci.
lot. iS. ortloawLW


Notice or Awpieae for Tax
Under Section SoI -C 43M5. Laws
Florida. Notice is hereby rpven that
Alex. L. Web. purcbar of ax Cer-
ate No. 19 dated teThd day of
timber. A. D. nsD. Ma ad .8said o
cate In my oce, and has made amonun-
tion for tax deed to aIue la
with law. Said certUbmte smbrame ts
fo o1WfW described pin
ECLm a count a 6 a wt:
NW%, ad SE of SWa aSnd
SwA f 8w_. sect-on 3. toM t,
ag aseaed at the date ofta f *se
of such certiat a the name 4 W 7
Lanics. IUnless oId dertitcatsaoilbS
rnd-emed accarhWd t. law.. tax puM
issue thereon on the 14th day of Novembear.
A. D. ISM. Witness sy d coal sigaturo
and seal this the t day of Oetober.A.
D. ISL. Ansm M. HcUIIII.-
cult Court. Bcambia County
By C. G. Hartaaeld. Deputy erL.

Notice of Application for Tx Deed
Under Section ofCapter 49S.-jaws
of Florida. Notice Is bereby give that
S- R. 0lmore. pureteser ef Tax Crtas-
cate No dated the 4th day of qet e-
bet. A. D.. 1,M. haa flied said cer tM
in' ouce, aad has numae apmonmo' for
tax to sse to in accordance wth law.
Said emrUneste emeWces the f
described property situated In ]Ncagibit
county. Florida. to-wit: N% of NP Sec-
timon 16, Tw p ote weat.
5&M Send bein monssedat Om ads-
of 01certi0aef the
Samee If D- J.. A 3oopttas IPoda le
amm certotease sma ha r am
Sto law. tasx ded wI 1a tm
__ 14th day of Nov-eber. A "T S.


'A/


[S- bmeribe m lw ot Tv J


7 -1______________________


. _


WE MAKE W SHADES TO FIT AM WWAIN


and use the bt rollers and the best grade saterial, and of any cols

wih. No beIVe ean right N6W to have new shades made Prs I1

50 cents up. doe't frget the BRENUN SHADES WONMT CRA


M LM C> IT

106.10 SOUTH 'P STRr.
B f


r \


1


k~ 4I:4

PROKE t499PcOAP


,~
.3' .~- 4.
f K
- .* -


.~iXf~


c- r --~Y'


.. .4.z~m


7 DadAWSO? Dmum? L~dng f PL


-7-


4' :. -


4


.~


lw


Fwas"


iL-L.L -,


mmpmmmwpw


--


f J


* "-
.*'


T4,
An

Iz


I I


asked






- .: ~ r 1.


-


IA -
~ -
~ij'-~ -~
--4


?EK P~A


MORNING OCTOBER 17. 1908.


Iii- -


COTTON RECEIPTS 4,000


.~BALLO IM LXULO
-a -T SML WI I Lni l* U it is a recipe t
are d-- mFor men who appreciate oS a r Sple

Sl e cg aE leathers Show Big Gain. llnnnrr Ivory Mp o a

SMENTION. There is a Swaggernss and M nAp wrmwater. Ap
: tminI ". Ii c" d i.,dividuality possessed by IN AomTION THE Amount oF U I III gLL BU L a Ri
amer mt ie o'clock 4 thCy atono* these shoes, not found in the TiU4Ou COTTONm ALREADY
-mp s.- ere h ordinary run of shoes, and coiamOKo auows Niens Daughter of Prof. Murplree spoIngeand clea
IJ"U dS s^ E'o.... all tey are Meyer n s wn THAT HAN- Succnbed Fro Diph Dry with a town
to ,. **>.,. .r_ al q i br HH. endorsed by M eyer, U LAT Y EAR. .
hiCrIts s 3. IAwa and sold yer. YouTuday. Now, look at y
seem for i no high price ,magazine Am...E th 5(n s n*-- -it is a good -
a. .rt .Y g q- va.ced the receipts of cotton at the ie.o T Je rgod
Sadvrtisin. Y get qual- c I o te Atlantic Compress Taa ee, October 16.-Mary.
-. 6atit s swI iy,l that's what counts with show a i ot over 4,w00 eco duof M d Ivory S
...) I w ..gP eesf..cwi ^* i ll l bal es t t ... .e ew.i cu sparedd with the same A. Mutph. of the Wma's g
il h -e mh, ab o vlm.L She hearMoeyieur 'to arrive at the same ratio thei at1 oc e
neeof grease the year will be by f tmornna --
-r* W. EE. n s a~d r.HOE CO -ealththe hiery osit"l Sitsyo--f-- o o- 10. --I-
St aNte Feet uri hr FOr FOls The eS aiCount of cotton is could assua grief for lost loved week. MIh Maym
a ta she, so2So m f r^ ay I mts FnUoIint For Folks o a a es, the the hearts of nth be- ripramzl sa Md Mit
As aN_.. C. Ur. Z W 1 -i n daushter wll I aaeoryi!g to Supt. Btler. but is dis- rea t wo rely ive it t
a- sw X 0O ox Street maSotyso the t cotlortt. ad reef from pala, the teachers. They come to
er" who a e wha c t w to Pewsacola is from points whole community mourns with commended as teachers a
pley at Sp any $^ 'has hseen Iin SBath Alal a. and this year it has in the taking away of this bright the school will be a suos
II ..W oased to y. room at the dSt. hIIl tIi 011101 come fro divisions of the louts- lovely cild. o.. Tho.a" tI p,
(-,1,^,, & ,l.l. Ba,,o. G.-- _-_ irLW nIIRHliU ll ateud in Pensacola All exercises at the college are of in th s lrls
g.rg104ll0 1a I11o11 Mist Coa flerritt oBayou Grards are .st ll lraIItIUae3Set to _a oruse ddutlot- hpre sPeded today. qunIe axttlIn to r 1
< IIiISJ *pr ss.el.a-h eis visMai e ** -mim Miss Katherine " il lIre to ei tar oto to P esco Or. Byvl is Here. dev. E. rM, of Bd
*I it Se barritt, S Jacks steet. e ee S er- ID UI lll Il and It-eah a d the drayage and Dr. Hiram Byrd, State Heal oI-. left al aptil top p
ear eas who d rs. fli o -ba etBhtd ao th e i Mopday. to Wet murim storage here is cheaper than at other cer, was in TII.h :eseo yesterday for mst test Sunday aad exz
l 1 .-a .h -t --e . Y -- r to the city Mo ., l u l II1lEn HI VM Wrts, it has had the effect of di- the purpose oat examin liato the t elf as etg wilHag to p
ggaggagapla g l g Meei Ta Ogy rae vertla a l si^ amsnt of the fleecy nature and extent of the throat nMeoamthly. It arraamres
S' 7' M aple to Peacola. Up to Thrday said to be prevalent here. Tther ae. W are a
lbreck.a wlere she had a love- A aeast *A-a ***-i **e* w--s- 4 uIR Stte A Oie St. MA t the receipts at the local cetton wita Dr. Pred C. Moor, local health ham as poaching serviee
I w. a nsnsal ew l ._ compress agregated a little over le 4,- (;cer, Dr. Byrd made a therMagh neglected here for sme.
~W~. W. ars left last nigit *namlg a to Meet W CitiGens~ 000 bales, while 0 th e same date last l o-*to o the tueation ad Quite a "e the
.Ira~.-. and r. t m. to atte d i ial -- year there had ban received scarcely eeed very much tt o attended the m
to Ss -a t : r 23S-,hra-ece Mitas JSla "e .at "* h*e** as e Ofn t RTh ony. os baes. amy special mesasesa hould exit o( Charles White at Ai
tI ,I "? -" t- U M '. 5 _l --. -- -a. h Inb teMule.. to tahs there has been a among our citiseau. ae vage that IShay. l
__ ~Mrl." TheB% ] - pawaminL A^d ^ I^auiau^tL jj*S1 L big increase in the amount of cotton there wcu asss a pie is toe S. E. Horsey Infms
..........".. mi. ..' --- ." "- m ltSAh l e Faic ge ms F to the ) has atcmbeen cogresimd at various point popu Othe, were M aey Oe to ma City
0. Mr s- ; ~.C .al -fkai, v wil lM r wN 4-ma t o a to_ iv and is brought by the Loutsyille & or ore inectous cases of disease; are sorry to see them Ie
lII IJI l I t .. "a oIt.. Nashville to Pesaola for exp rt. The that ThlehaCn- was -m iarly tree are among the best wti
hasW cas sW. Cj P. Havy r of the e in | l 'ris y ti 1 a ck warehouses at hMe La N. wharves from asckes, and that the tfor town and we havw tet
oaf r hs Ttt It tt A U. r o at.ata SSt. ad oo e>coma a large amount of the cases of diptheria vJbg hares far very best wishes tor thel
__si randa continues to der.,opd durIng a period three teir nw home.
S .. ....... 3.- -e S .. ... Be -withwSt o weeks, should ot be calculated to upt. .. H. ives Is 1
a.ab ts. Mcaise any appreale arm. mre side tracks At
"oft" I ",N B M a mS a ~ .s .. _y twm.Daix mr B frher a tseo that the what sde tracks at are
Mr.I-hIsmfeg d --.m. miKW.Uetri .m 4 m 111 "b Donto schools tmid ee w tbt their ~sett to hold the a
a-*a"_,rw .or C.1.sd- Gdtaf t t retred t l o be exr w ad that of the d e loaded wih tar
411118 d ef t hekm andeitsUisIem15c mt -eatoevs be otiesrsane te& p ab ott __.
B bli i Mr. mall s.ktSee a re now pleas- 1W -a t 3rg --1-r of 1SI-MImr- q* the moachesm aid pitps. a wa t ot-
M-_seu nrtotct, e-S. org- .her eI sas c~-.pet"., r-a r mra ner Panta. He more healthful an protahe
>- W est Ci- W- N N p it aa tarried nthrod e, th a the 4c o|fe di t s
.-*_he B.rwag lb wi aeet g o m atar the At- Dr. Moor Is taki very pcao iL
Oka wVisit__ ... ..i. aftrrBooL at 4 & R A-tow ad -we against the spread uf the disease, and
Soeelk Or we tloPp may e b pgoud of him It will doubteess e tamped out in a
M r. jas. pe..ii. isag that~ eM" citizen of sar f ew days.
e ofB a11 father, 1i"ae" Cl as. aevehd o eas ai. w .s Stearns f& Culver Plant at The capital .cDity has N to
3visit t* "e- o- WetIn Gar& fe ~,0 . proad of her military ersboaita
oner ss .aggregat* adAd Now Operml ated Drlyno h es o. I .i- -

ea'.a- -t o st la.reved. b b r returned from eueaSpmeat at Jesa- oeS
g a@ as s& Mi nss ait Sr Suar is at o e agal aon to he J.unal cola on t ea l the an train. e r
md. tnm A0 8 after a very pl ast visit with Mrs. MOM, U. J-UA Stearns 0 Cul- the best, both i e-
BVe-^ 914 1 106 fta Csnght. a IB agnd panint mill regularly now health. Not a man ts the guardhome
S IOA & 41F 3m N ILa thtisgtfr. L eob has al5.h E^err The are shipping both export lum- no ithe hospital ad as e s
alGa.- n M M--- * j =art ot. U&Xber sad interior lumber by rail. arvteel l atared I e poirOl pouva- a rg
is Mrs s tQI Goal MBa. who has ftiIMt aa^ a t WId at Me iaw Stearna and Culver and sev- en by te oieHle, w thee mOen re
.- I as m. be vMila mttNs. SIfa Siepha., wm LY Ol i W ..... n Atiln.m tl of the stockholders were here pr M. ank oCderate treatmeothe
fgtbi5. fstIa leave sday r ai**vle:J Ala. Miss M**De iri 2 1 ookr over the plant last week. from their ooeers ,ad onlntermit-
PIfe a )AeMIlla has 4ndale many friends LlOMIIIII- IIIS.._-0- ---a-----LT,-. Tae lfamly of T. B. Watson, u- ting attention from their quarterme
b Mat at wae heryU who "r"-Lreret to leart of 1 pe1sintendent of the mill here, arrived r, Mr. Pra C. Keene, W oB they
tA r tle= l2. ar Iepartare. d, tro' Gary vle, La., Monday t ponounce the best to the State.
ofAp H.aW. ThompSon is running te The troops were allowed more iheuI
I Mas M Baett. of Apar plaaeg miH of the sash fatory regu- ty this year than last, -ch ai be
q ba'W.The demand est46times during the comII's stay 0* tO send that t-m
B, atreet. Irke Jotla herVcausin Mias FE larly and is shipping considerable ag given a was to the city several
r. te-Y Reaer 7oat oo Jourmdal. sosu Feature cot-uar *t t
ir^ am. shmaM I sto in iB -h erkCol -. MSing i ad squanrrel heatig up up It l I
.____I Miss I l .aB .her p -ta ls ties here hae been up the reg
ensacola ""to "vesn to the seprt good Au Theor
Mr . a"sm -iM. dSle arn nthtshe I. SU.' rzleo las opened the P skat-tp W
at P3-.. eaten di n leara tiet se P lg rink, at the Oakland pavilion and a The Jemst
thenowwastWihjarsMIt 1h W : co w Moswelp to*ed. Falco 1. i6-""3Sf Ad- Mbti d a perf
Esu e~ ssaolic "'&s. n who has Two orf the oace force of the ison, who had Meh a t m H ba
bes: -ges eabase wri ,r IMs. Otatho has, 8tesmaes Culvqr Lumber Co., have lacerated in his gin several days. I* yOI had naeot
amvry e ""Nt.a wives unto themselves lately. Is on our street. this we.kAMoo
"The ma a"s Mr. Mt rin SJ. iA. riterh married Miss l. & Boeri d A. H. Mier Ide I
<-1T 1c r^Cle. faber et Americaai .Alpiae Sindorf, of Bazdad on Septem- a .yag trip to Ptaral Weesti uMa.
National "Aak. WB1- aympatho wtthize ber 30. Mr. K. L. Pannebaker mar- Mike Barrow, frees Bther, Fia. was
him I. the -oss of hisamother, who r^ee Kids Lillian Junigan, of Miltpn, shaking hand with irieds Ia tewD I
One *oe last Surzaft her Ieme Io na t.t 11a- this week. Toin
wCupw4l@ tblh mo rnin. where Mr. with prospet o the bu a IIO
n P..aebak..Wer has accepted a position attendannce ~ ay schaI evil
w&ith t Ge Wood Lumbera here. Tihe first daya'e t mema' w.

FINK BANANAS

SThat banana can lbe grown In Pen-
S ..... . : saol has been demonstrated on
A *T* Imore than one occasion, but the size W
ree of the frut has never been large.h ie
e e A plant in the yard of Capt Santos
thu- Corana5, No. 331 WVsest Intendeacla
ttC emnMlosma stiect, is as xoeptiea to the rule, as
amk-bq(vr fwat v isit e s isiral be Stes fC b t
I O m iL 0 t I ianas, saeL e of the fruit being as large
J .y ih.t as almost y aeed on the local mar- no -


Man- bmY4 -w have healthy chit. at oe nte1t
*W btdres by ure edn.Let
nu~u~aghodIke .4W Si,






.,F~~sWDes t h

A hot wb"Ian ats ofw"y aIs 1GL

black tulle, four row belag They weafte""'JIMlckstnan 1* R5U
marm gohd braid,*and a in"ack a stoahSa Aws d enan -r -
IS'EV TSGIM atm s


i water. *
L
MWhat





as nwotrq





Oak


tadalag.We
uwe mllrt6


ass


WS tugh










fl 66e '
aimge


~1





A'

t


S


I -*


71W -


. 1. -


*


V- x"', r I










...4~.


THE PENWAC.A J-OURNAL SATAY MORNING OCTOBER 7, 1908.


-- -'7.~#J'-**, -


IE..4E JOeRNL WTAlP L
A'USSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT TSHAT PAY un Wiom kN


".Want Sioae Else May Have.


s. A D DVERTIS_ IT w s


What You Haw Someone Else May Want


**~ ~7 7'~ - -


- '.- ~- V


a Home?

"?NI Mel6.w *e .oft earner.
.."... .... ....... ...........


GO - both ........... 00000
gi My o. ^yMBJS w beautiful
ills two houses

.......... ...... 50.00
.. .... t..........3............ 00


WS, i a d ,epthof fe e., atusted on a
4. 0%L- gALL mrMG TOWIT YOUR WANTS.

Leto



DOTQN 4k WATSON,
. '" *i -AY. W WAI A lIQENT.


Co., 7i Plmed and OW-I


-~en as *oedr- SOW
w m t d m m~
rpv .


m em ,oreFew," a" feotswI


r. at d dolUe4
a. especily work that
to d. rank W. m

r to make -r stead
fi^&."f010=
8or1; -r.


"MaanSwat ses
,,A WUM-.&b e w A 25tots.I


W W1~'1M.Val~toZ t. 2et
intalalex_


mm mm iwa~rtan. GazE.. Very
lsoctlwe
uIaU rna"* to cr s
thenS~hWIa son vefailu
~ ferns v ery re a-
min~ e~ .omt U T or ph on e 1 0

WOE M-"O 5-hrhlaod blash
'WO, ~estriparier et. skl-
bm ddgg-table, one harm
am d flue cow. ppl
alu"WA, 4DIN6ISa. loct=


mmoi gaza at 6
Sk Steet.- AjMplway n peisoa

T149 aCITY




86 A
V O~ % A U -~ C ASKe s. be
u~ 8~ R n e~im e L Weekl





iT#Pbe me 97anqou


wastwoft. Deilvary. Pensa-
a" s lc w.F


Esal 44-leek beam, 7
s at*- H. I&gbue apusd about 10 mil@ e
ao o aY ll AA W.lghton, 4 W.
IL Um 11~a 1Qi.. sepUtfm
tog=y sBALu-A ea 5-mary house with all



=1 a

lelo lea a sout h n ad and Xe l eto $350 ar
o t h e r s 7 e n- B a y o
en. 206 Chia% t e orv m n s ut =mer
Haapt hAn tMhegs 'ado p o, at l06
A l-oose lab Clatson mt mm,
Seal or A!!5-room ho me 4a d 3lets on W est ar-
414106eo mera let. N Spring
Ab and. l ots an North
et a Vfle ste"Oft at $28MO.
0st* e* enR wwrm wmnt St-, $1200.
3-band OettmWagn cm Kt~ uSouat $Is".
en to Some ss 's r on alaf-
Ow na e Garde. yeg1ac to.. Pl
-M~ t N en beq Auet.
sam JNM SeedN O St.


31MAD w vMLa t oelty owt;
to 41lora O'n blueo and amber,
'SB? g-ML .. 0. Box
*wp *iW W W^ 9*


$1000 FARM


For $81
Th is I one of the choiest e( wt-
in 25 minutes' drive of the, ctr-. The
ground lays well and fertile. H t
acres under fence amI cultivate
acres in alL 4-room house a a le0id
repair, barn with 6 etalb, One deepwell
pump. If you cannot pay all e nan, will
accept $300.00 down, balance at p eL
Interest, monthly, quarterly or annuafly.
Land In amc loIlty selling at 3. per
acre. House Insured for $5.00. 66. gpa
for some one.
$800
Buys one of the new 4-roem ttaes
awl quarter-block of. a
aaurb. 8. W. of Kuprrian's Park. ,-au
other fruit trees, within few Mna
m- car line. Will e on mparemft -'r
vSt, $10.00. down an 8W.# HWB.

$Z200.
five-room cottage. b 2ad 5ls 1S1
wuh closet, dini 60 room 01xa, fc-a.
tee 12x12. ly As=alnshed and palnt-
e4. Grates in every roon. Flee well
w r. lots. splendid neighbors. Ina w
ears' tme. The same mepert *asold
e w"'ort'"h OOTOte 2Ti w0l agso be mad
On rent payment plan. o, pt down atd
$16.06 per month.

$1000.
five-room house sa"d. 32
East lutendencia street,' =a*M'
If yo have property for aseo r c x-
change, or If you wat to b6w., ea or
write us.


L S.oBROWN&0C.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND IND R.
ANOL
Agens Titeeea- 3aage




I Will Bild al ese

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


J. W. Bullock, Jr.
Phone UL


THE A, B, C OF INVESTMENT
is to buy whose the proper ty nmwst increase in value.
and "Buy Where ft ls for the Interest of the Seller to Have That Property
Grow."
The first rule js so plain that no argument is needed. The second of
these two rules-
Buy Where it ias tr th interest of the Seller to Have that Property
Grow, is worth most careful consideration.
The broad principle of Russel Sage's advice. "Young Man. Buy Real
Estate," will soonrank with Horace Greeley's aphorism-"Young Man. Go
West," and the advice is good. but does it not strike you. that if you are
going to buy, you might as well buy the best, that is buy lots with the
company that builds and develops?
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensacola lots with any
Sother property in or around Pensacola.
We guarantee street car connections through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine months from date.
You can buy these East Pensacola building lots, now for $50 and up,
each according to location, on the Installment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and 5 per cent monthly, no Interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
and mortgage or all cah1 with liberal discount.
Only 250 lots will be sold at present prices. When this allotment Is
sold, no further sales will be made by us until after street car line la com-
pleted.
Six years ago a few brave souls bought lots in New City for $50 each.
The street car line was extended and many of these lots have sold
for $500.00 each. since then. East Pensaeola will do as well. The biggest
boom that ever occurred in the history of the world, will within the next
few years take place in Real Estate, and mark these words, East Pensacola,
will be a recorfirraker.
No loe sold to undesirable parties. We shall have some Interesting
things to say from time to time, but the most interesting of all is this-
Don't Wait. Get in before the 250 lots are sold.

The Pensacola Investment Co.,
1 North Palafox St.


WHY PAY RENT?
When you c buy a home so cheap
and on such m y term?
$M cash and $0 a month will buy an
elegant home oa Jackson street car line.
5 rooms. recep on hall, bath, gasa, etc.
Price, $2100.
$100 cash and $20 a month will buy a
S-room and ha4 house on East DeSoto
street- Cheap at $1600.
$100 cash and $50 a month will buy a
9-room house onNorth Hill. Price. $4,000.
$M000 will buy pne of the prettiest homes
in the city, on East H Il, half-block of
car line, all modern, a rooms.


Leslie E Brooks Co.

REAL ESTT AO >NSURANeM.
43 Pvalato street.


FO RENT.
FOR RUNT ORAISJLE-A
land.-re= eu
land. 7 at e -story barn and
noar Breat road. Address -Newtd" Care
JOTrEal. loctite
IOR RENT-4-ie-m cottage, gas and
bath.1010 East nr'vmntoe. 315 Including
water. Apply Iw East Cervantes or
Phor- 549. lloetlw
iOB aMs
bl O. L 5.s .


My$S'R-T-TANZOUg.'


HAVZ YOUR T
^^yj? ow 1*^" WBlaB
tag orde. Prise rassenabl. (Ckaa.--
Wafnw.v TyerterataomtJ.A

J. C. YOUNG wiM n ourw.n-- .
Mak It eood a am. ge a-
and RmaTa we notst s
NOTICE-I will mot be rompoinSs hr
debts contracted by Satle Xse4 Pose-
v'rnt or anyone else. M. 0. 14= =era.

Or YOU WANT TO oBBOW -
or if you would Ike to lmd some at a
good rate of taterest egnt-edwa -
curty try The JournalWhat(5s w
It is the auhtkesatst. s ei ad dboa t
way.
A. H.EL McLOD ) 0C.. ..m
vas from 14-acb to -lch, of an
weights. Large supply of A eam
Tents. CotsL Hamemeea -t^ iay


MERCHANTS TRA1BPEb 00., Thor. U.
Thereon. Prop.. mOcits al ktida at
movin and hau~nw, Pate ~
for shpet urW~Roe st ".O-Bt
phmne t7. Depot phems 704. -21jum
TOU ARM JUDGOD by yaw pnttog.
It cats o mere to m ve the bet. avL e
it don at the May cratng O.. W.
rs v wru m o t.


NO. A. BRG-Ma r gof a tent- a
awlnags, tarpaulins duay oe Age-
Carpeaters Perfected Awning. ony per-
lect roller window awning maade. --


EDUCATIONAL,
FUITL CONSERVATORY COURSE, Nor-
mal method. Harmony, Theory. Peda-
gogics. Students qualified for teaching.
Certificate awarded. Phone 8G7. Maame
S. Eloise Hull. loctim
MISS MARGARET MACLAY will reopen
her Kindergarten at 316 W. Strong
street oa Monday, October the 5th. Phone
729. 27sept1m


water: can be rented f=urnhoed unfur-

oar. o omana and Palafex Sta., W -
The Fisher Real Es te

"THE R M OLECTOR0

PARTI eaout r a job shoid The
Journal's Want Cluumns. The ia
mall and results almot certain. any
rate, they are worth trying, for have
all to gain and nothing to lose.

o*Me s sure to see it.
VON WathT- 1
Two warehouses with private side
1SE.. East Garden uL. near
3" to $o each.
3171 South Palatox.-upstatra, pool
Store., Aduden and 6th avenue. $10.
161-16W Routh Tarragona St., $2.0.
Houses-
719 S. Baylen, $20.00.
420 West Cervantes, $10.00.
FIshervillle, modern. $17.50.
37 W. Romana. 256.05.
227 East Wright $17.50. -
126 Chase. SIL00.
2200 N. Spring, $10.00.
1622 N. 7th.1 S12..
710 West Main. $3.00.
1301 W. Intendencla, $.00.
JOHN N. DAY
6 East Garden t


WE hawe b 100.00.06 In got-
elass, per cent mortgages i
estate in ay amount from
TYou have worked for your moN
It wok for you. The Plaer I
Aay., 266 So. Palafox Street


Aft you getting per cent. net fr
our wney? If not. you sn't get an
atIS comin to you." We caaplace it
on n t mortgages on Im oved city prop-


ON LOAND oan a kinds of dW a -
M. Bbraa lets aold on eesy pay-
meAt. I y a Ow. 2 W. R .
MONZT IOANED. on rea estate and
.saMM? 5ptuerty in the City of Pna-
0eoli- on short notice. Terms ea y. J.
W. 26 Bard. 31 South Pa&ISIM af"L
Phene U4s *

FOUND.
FOUND-In front of Hughey's, one
pocketbook. Owner can have same by
Identifying and paying costs. Apply at
Hughey's. 15oct4t
FOUND-The right place to buy blankets.
comforts, bedspreads, rugs and lace cur-
tains on weekly or monthly payments.
Call-phone 971 and our salesman will call.
Solomon Furniture Co., W. Intendencia St.
l0octim


I -
I 'F
*


SACRIFICED


Two Lots,


taking sauth Just two Mblea
east of ti"e StMdart p laoe have
been listed wimth -m Sr lame

of theS at.o See o at e" If
you want Is ato a a up.



LesliE. Broks Co.




HELP WANTED.


WANTM D-ther lady or geteasan.
43dt ful, eaod addess, w- i a cquaint-
i ct t ph If amoement or
Interest to the'cb -No" AompNtloIL
Good pa T. rgt CmrW. HUbetm
10 and 12 O aeiod ar, asbtn
hot W. Po Bw IToeUts
WANTED-A woaa or gi to dogen-
eral aomewiLr. W. G reSctw

WA&TDD-WeMp to dogmeenal work.


In a taller shop. Alm one to leam.
Apply W. X. Bishop 12 W Domans St.
iSoctat*
WANT]D-A flrst-clsa look. Good
salary. Apply 22 N. p g streeLt
1-loethw


SWANTED-AA exqpertenead oUeCItor to
Sel bSankel comort, bedsreads.
oLA. rugs, and curtans on wee or
monthly h.t01f'entsK Solomon Furnitae
~awn
DAIL Omdaat cow i"* wnM'riat 8"t*. 1ot
$2.00. 0- WANTED--aLdy and gentlaeamn C-n.
Lp r low j vameers to handle use houhonold anr-
cle. 0ood "tmey; e0lls at sight. Applr
Canal ndi- 310 I. Goverameat St. -o-
Illustratlos
' tosend to UNCLE 8AM wmtw Mall Carriers and
e ready for Postoree Clerks. xminations heree
..November 1L. xaminatiou tr Railway
O__ Mail Clerk. uMom Clrks and Clerks at
W- wasbnmgtoncoso. Mf to $ yearly.
IAN.T Common education s a ent Prepara-
AN. tion free. Wrtt& rraSn t Inst tute.
Rochester. N. Y. octlnm
onciyr WATo _NTED-.Middle-ags wS*e woman to
$100.00 u do cooking and housewk; position per-
>ey. now let manent to right party. Mur t ve bet of
eal Estate reference. P. 0. Box = Mar 1 Fla.
L1-Jun. ,_._ !G.M=_ ,


LIVE STOCK
ANb POULTRY


CONKEY'S ROIVP CURE will cure yrur
wheesing. swoMlen-beaded w F. S.
Mellen & Co., Phon 34. oet17
FOR SAL-One .good Jersey Cow with
young calf. Apply T. Weles. 14oct
FPOR SAL-A few choice cockerels and
pullets. Rhode Island Reds. White Leg-
horns, Light Brahmas and Black Lang-
shans. One to five dollars each. Call or
write Mrs. W. F. Reed. 422 N. Barcelona.
13oetlw*


EGGS are Eggs) Chkey'sa Laying Tonice
EGGS are E ) is effective..
P. 6 M-La & CO.. Pa-e e $334.


wmmmmmfflm


i


EMMEM


i


$1600

For 1013 E. Stro- ug
St., a new, attractive 5-
room cottage, with all
modern improvements.
Terms, SM.00 down and
$25.00 a month.

Call and see our list

E Of 'property.

THE IFISHER REAL ESTATE AGE NCY
"TJOIC 'RENT COLLECTORW
REAL J*MATC, RCNTS and LOANS

206-S. Pa"WWR M Ptsofto 6T. possses#&, Flopme


m -


"TEaS FORTHAT"
JA0ST--KewW. time vjk4
takfulalksadVantaws at 249:001obarnmrs
want 21khe ;= k0ft rme"&
And tkwy are omit a
IPOK SALIC OR UZURA29OW-A so" ro-
roont with an awwkwa -
In and ekse to three
Day. 9 icast ter cl J""
W YOU think it In time to -bwa bage"
Uts sypo bou
a in




MARI= RUPORT.,


PZNGACOL^ COTTON MARKET.
The M Tvpwtrt 2= aT
for The J= by. No & JA
IL cotton merchants. P6nMUXQd6.JnwL;
Good ............
Strict :.: ...... Al
BB&dU* ............. .3
...................
NAVAL GTORUIP.
80,vannak CkIL.. OcL-14.--Tbe feftwtW
we the namd storm quotations:
ww ................................ 41:29
.................... 4 ........... 1 25
.................................. a MIS
.............................. 6 Is
..... 0 ........... t ..........
............ 4 ...................... 3 74
3 ............................... :.7 40
G ......... : ............... : ... : .: %L 2. Is
.......................... ... ... 2 n
........................... 2 to 2 "Is
D ................................... 2 46
B ......................
spirits Turpentiv,,-
THR TINIMM RtAJtVAff,
There has I litue ch Ilk 00
= market *be* I t IN= ps
renisined pract1wesIly tM mmsdL
"Twaff"M 40 feet and =-Z--
-v an A do feet
qu9W -#A SO CGUU6 Wt
wasow aversave In propbrtlow &,L ----
were about the averesq. and We ;Mi
Is very Ught.

COILA ICES-
PROVISICOWL
12 n
16 is
IL C. .......... 11 lit
P6 lb ... 11
Bellies. tpe3r, M)-
Shoulders ............ 494:
tl;i-ni (per 1br
gLnwmeed. C. ....
picnic ......... 9% 9%
Matter (per W)-
. ooobm =Vr 29 32
Cbeme I=
NOW Dabdes .... U%* if
%W10100 .......
.............
prime, ................
Choice ............ U41 0
2k* (OW
rancr H= ......... 7
Medfuln ............ 6
Oracked ............. 4%
ja"R tsnc:r .......... 4L
Japan. goee ........... a :v
rww Qw bbL)--
Fancy Patent ....... 5.40 1 S."
Patent .............. 645
straight ...............
Extim Fancy ..........
loud (par ML
binvj6und., - 40. bass 0 1
Irler6m, .1"w. Base .... 11%0 A
60-pound tube- a over.
w0ow"I a ever.
141-0ouNd 6vw.
6-pim" 4p~.
3-bound GVW.
400-7
'"91=19 16 barreft..
Karunso^. in cans...:
Pork, iper W .......... $20-00 26.U
IL G. 8 ...... L0
Fancy WID-Car ......... !-!! FRA49 Sit
460M)IN AND FK9&
White ................................ 92-92
Tellow or Mixed .................. W91
per bu, ......................
",61= Qpw
Thnothy ................
Johzkm= grass ....... :: ..
Alfaits, ....... ...... ..
Bran. per cwt ...............
S#Nwts, eat ..... 1 ....
cvAcked corn. per-90-lb 96a*
% 2C Ioss.
; less.
Cors. =b*
619 X

per ................
. ..........
Pn-MR


k


PRON6 and-left ew-.
gi7*qpr mcOANY
,w I "A *w
&,,'on
own runaltwe Co-. W_.


p


Fm -JISW Kranich &
Back plama. cbme and on essy terms.
Pnw SL Smept
A ]NOM FOR HALFNo.
obvet. 2-story. I-
roomm, boom% amil condition. now rented.
be bought for
tIL H" large
,= ,L Jr W r tffW *hade trees.
bw at The Clutter Music

VM SAIJC-A Umm quantity of old
uevM&Vwu at live, cents a bundle.
An clam avA reaft for just the
th2m for wrop~ or Purposes.


Room bw
AVOT Ift I
= NoomD soamm-
*W-0- Amw U4 EVO=-
Mftz


t .


JIL tjtAJ CCL
4ff
ft an&

Seam&m Turpentim
Zpanacalk FhL


suftems
149T.
you VmOr-,rwo
Muth"* swr Mv bw
av
"Wo A waoa&
rwmgmlll6= 12S.
AD& alwas I rawABOL
ym try The JQWMK8 want
==M0%3rC=Y*Z? ou"


Hcvrm:Ls.
X
AM Am tj
tba bone. 2%01
A am cmta pw ban"
21bor am &saw Om a" convemmut to


t -- I .


; I


LOST.
1,01ST OR STOLEN-Photocraph repre-
ting a large tarpon suspended on a
Pote r-ting on the heads of two ne-
groes. with white pmn In foreground hold-
Ing rod and re*L The .0momemor of this
pbotograpk will center a favor on the
owner by returning to Gem Book Move
and receiving sultmN6-rownr& 17nctSto
U)ST OR STVLJCX--.Ou Iffeuday or Tuee-
da3% October Sth or Gtlu ~ red Irish
Setter dog; named Mike. supposed to
ha been taken from DeFunbac to Pen-
saga on the train about the date above
mehtione4L Twenty dollars rewas wlH
be paid for his return to jue at Marl-
&nma. Pla- WtH JFL ftfta oct1w
LOST-Tuesday. em -Oak 111-swrimme."
spectacks- 'Relturs *0 426 IL a
streoL
urar lil fI 4010 ism
L400T_-B"DCh
elir,
..M0 New
One white. Vmb drom _VWY Ism
and -lean. bud on Wound leather coftr
Other *Wzd r*C fat, a" %as wart on top
of back. just abme taff. Mewwd for
. etur to W. W." Um1W at McMMmm
& QQ,'m stablel 12O.W- laftagamd&T 27MV;


*6 mfta;'



mr ftoWltr. AA-


VCR THU fSOUMAL.


-I'


t .


$100,00
Buys a Cottage Homem"
Blest Residence -%ction
of Ea -Hill, block from--
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water,
co"lizaiOlisq 9-

foot front and side gal-
lery. South front. Large
IoL The balance like
rent.' Don"t slave for
your landlord.

5 lots, on 16th ave-
nue car line, the
-rhelpest prJ1-0=--%--y
in this section $1100
AhAs
ino WO MENILM-
Jr.
PHONS M
R =4-3M Thk OuNdWg


Every day the best pomt1ems are listed m the want of The Penqacola
Journal. The best positions, as clerks, bookikeepers, SWW- P 4 1 1 P and private
sea etm can be *Mminewi through The journal Want

If you are cut of a position, don't roam the stz for a sign, or waste
your time any way; but just turn and read The JbmW ant Ads.
Ie best 6 in --saccla wer i .- daily in the
PC for all Itinds, of
help. They waint' yom services. They will pay you vrell. in touch with them
to-day. Start reading The Journal Want 4ds. It wH1 you well.







4k


t


;^-.-:'*' -
. --- < -.-'


1 < .- y


006D POSIrION'i


R YOU


WOMM =V-Tbe -XM Unr inn.
1:u6=14=1 mhWatm rlde Cmm city
wl"W =r,,Sor, tbe
t ere awwt
I* rqmt
want
R= Al= aftown = a samn ad
-*a V4" pb"" -age
In mmft MM al only SLU
tpw=x"*;%vw mm or, Mm








V -


I..+.


MOUUG~,oc xos9 1, 365


ULLEIUSI 5wI.3hu.u,
*~ e-A. -,
w IfdumViiS Finned ia~


L
Al
6y


ye t to dUP f ento71ut ble
U84 alm It15%lIWi weus,


:w..eek. Ae..

ew 6 PENSACOL
-2j tries -that south continue DONT Phone 14&
Ii n;' .+i @ '+ I v ; .to the ta u----s on, and the develop- 1@6 .i ro toMb _be
^ ^ ^ ^n meow-i'j" to be uiteresing inv -S t to l e t bet srta beale .S e "_m isveihad
as the lose a the year approscheo. whaWeft h be..-
I itef p i o of a Pl a matlnal election S r



Reports to the Tradesman show a
oes tas all s.papcaber ofnw Ie ndaw sonr
t t eir ingtrl teweek, the ne wrmites"I h
,. 1ar deeear ot aeseare elomet dye n1

I i Ing -. i the aouthema t Iatate s does not aeem -- oryarhm
to.i hav_. e r i .. _.. .. .. theae wda 4 ew, =s W

p Am.ong the new concerns for the ad..apeax. coinu"ytoay
%tweekaasreport" to the r Tradeshan a1er CeCA 0
wer a'' I B ... ...... B .. .Tr- Depo t your cot t m iI -

-: .i .. - "r -. --t .Mi; a i .* spending, and givesaI

: "- lght s a" aut i sla rGe orgwa s" Sw a oe FoCw u per cent.
two oil sem Lsousiana; two
lameississippi; a pen8Lnga and give0
sm stmlag 04compar iny In M

pat -any In Nodth arblina; an eletrie by a ..a.y


*|J J||fe:;^^||^ *^rt Te T' comlee lst for Okho CPtat 25.00 construc- I
u4 Port kAra. S for i 6IUAltabma. tw iouth CaAomonelina. Co m ne
af le gr. TII pcki g plant, InyTexa; 8tgg s 'ago 0MW lghtmadt~owmr Pt.-.co
ste wary ol vaads aA er0. *r woTr InVirgini a.a d a* 4 of d


l...(- -+.- .t:"+w ,. l2 I ..... .. I A i"0 I -oma. wr stamping n Designated DWst
V: s't"diarg"e b 8r1 to 2mCo. .I.m 0 Immpaiw o; Iany.
SThe Tradesman.s complete lit for Oklahoma CtY-725,000 costru*-




pt. PrtA o. forT E .TEACHES o w. Am MmaSouth. Calna.
P- . |^1s"withf, t1lem s B t. i Trmmrt t eunn l .M ** ".4n*mpny; 8pt--lOim,5.ad light a.d power rt-t--0. n. rfnct W. ry
Bb e r to a 7 as 1; Co. ine icso a 1 ek Ai sto pl5wTanets
,MBr w7, Galveston Boand gorprtalT-To wareT NTasville-#5,000 wood worklac
."- :- dr-.e dIIby-J.. -l. and company. y;oto
S -. Bab erer, 45.W inis aerg company. M$bnphiwo-rk$1000 liht ad heatin
Vea ro- C4* -Mo.1 SherEill. 1r5tew1 e -Mm marmware e-. nompar. -



pin i .-. O f. s-C- br. Regro ,' Bhreamb-Cott-n $ill. Toakrm -Planing mill.
S2M to dM Trait 2B iortant Ses sion tot ,M CA& eab;l-M m gloIe factory. HoSparton-$25.000 egliht and power


W.. ; r Wa*re I_ wod140, .Art~eua pany; bras wo wrkVng
.--J. A. Irrit Co. ch re- Med by J. amondon--w -..- lmber m. Vitora-l2,500 oil company.
sr.. .-.- -- -I, C ty s to be heo t chol iu MB- pa-y. Brownwood-4 0,000 ligh t and heating com
.? v t juMa. ah*r. Iti morain when the r a earcy-ctar ctry. company.


e" .. w ..P.t-- 2773, . .t a." ,s Hol aa- C- 1S,000 tt aw mill. Ama -Pnn125,000 ackin plant
sm.- -*_ TKge dar to asitrnlt6 .,An important oo w be psstint. h '- Panbra-4g25 ,00e compress and Hartn- engineering coll.
U ". 1'4M- Svf-46f t a Ag hr, 140 l ,i, Al Ifor th rn pany; brasn ars works.
+, -o ga ,. 1066, Cf.I thC is t I shto be hol d n schoo bulh t g pn. oiw-- rnw d-40,000 r I-exportcom-
ea alon arios lines et Bedfor City-Water Amarworll 125,000 packing plant.n r Savin

*U k- W~. ""e 27 io* ras_ well as these In c-- .- w - falc-41 eek or w ilI th

TUR N' .T i"i I.--s- .ton wf-.-- y addreIII twi le teaelIIII I a I.L Petitu "15.0 amusement cor- We Hrr mill.e
Sedu "4.Gh, 14.al-eo.-
to + "--- OLsa m'_sieng -for00puirpoo A, ir2. DaIll ascal Onafk w.ro-Water foeewt a or fo rei comn
*'* ^^i'Icn~g~iar3ml b. *u* V nf n 5 34, Ha-' cteslng matters for the betteh X H-40p lOr .W lta U-lery. A or Irlff us





~'"v"o "S,,,W. s.. R iI alonI I I. edford City-Water works. .inurv






B. ***-. iP -mf k- w rSt. Lot a--1,atiel. casy. I
h..lng~ -a"i us... -----O -O VA.
......t Fra... zkoiO-s y factory. I o M d e r No 11
SIi i .e. a rl t o or.t ..will endeavor to interest the.ene el a. porat io u- o s. B
.s.. 2au.e... h.ra Th e w t between be ng de e A. MS-4 ad dor c- Yand Norfolk-Box factory; $10,000 dis-. ,s


..6..l yte citu y dltr d, ugh sm*otde story. Icom'pny.; n ontr tilery.A
o f. =#AD Be at-io ngtth ote eIpany. r C ristla On brg-20A mining co.





a o I*** lmm I r$. uomay. -a -.ND. -- W. ... tan :l-2 t a
t" tne deson-o01 tELpBlanchar4-e cot _.Ok6 l p p momanOeLntin a x.C P..


S.'-L---Ca" t6.. the cases ot Jaoby sad reb- Mus -- ee evom en company ; W. CJ Ai X s .ico
St w & 0Hateshich .were J e a trg-4oM lumber cor-0-u0 t copn.automatic c- -













.-. ..- A i the Cpre e o of 1 r -. tler--letrc light paint; cor- ?M.IWM. D-RY-.-- G .SPee...a I
-"o Slaw a oaIHAmsoS attraa C00ogfactory. l and Jas coE* D..."25A min'n 0m
a i been rettind by part vi A urdm r- ,10 laeteS con. ___T____, o__ __ __ ,.1_n_.
S I m r Thoside te ditt am pant;$ $00 miidi sompy; $ .1 0 . opay
d4M st a to e l h il anctrek ,00man;li omea. NOTICE OF $7MOVAL. A e S
hIer an -uhI J )sanor oAr e O ,i d: ha --am. ................... tore NoI. -..
-Jil e sreve de at l oat and mi.nts- ;ng sa. gld a ................... 3eas -enDS
to ^^m. at Nicks. fofto J. S A. leri Smuit.Se ne came l-and ant mm s.ad man ne. oe t.r. u a. m. U.

s,. 4 Cf pratl yunt. cuntraS n usor seat com- Inve s tmnocmy. T







Sobolu t oTA H city ah e lDo r this de- pt:I ................... A : J. a I -
dm .. ;* fa.o- oe what is kwn t lo di- argro-5,000 i amaufacturi as M a
*T- ~ mtn mp.r-e All mhi eatk g***c eit. tas ed by the ci1tty council. he. o m
iaLa*anyTersI r alwas ion again s..ow.n. to the fare thpt oec oomnsvill er"c o.mt.t.. LAND COMPANY .. trO A eo m.
v~r~n b licenes"are now due for the esuie Black Mo3tan-aO.1OO luber.*
t ir 4hAT will T b-eIHT year, ad the city bee refhaed to give corpaay. sIM gl ?towe AU my e u&Md
at M But Ane 6.tth sa men a lic e tserfr g S Ie Canton-Wate r worka a d ma..* rnew-onesth e.

I-* .- n te caa oo Jaobys and Zir-lebach Muskogee-Development company; Wdorm. a." Al. -
a^^ ^ ^ *** ^*t which were appealed a year ag to 10,000 trust company. manufactu
Wthe supreme court of Moria. 8tigler-Electric light plant; $25,- _- rSbeul- "' a"m 'f
tbeen retained by Pties having aa' Ardmore-$25.00 hazware corn- RI000"1._iav. Octokw 1. im
tow loss oAl thtside the ds trimt, efacd t that -* -eaw Pene Leae fcoy LA M COMPANYwaS
thdames siit are a to. bet bAought Hy III PIeek5 an s0 mHAliNg company.........................t au -4 1. -_lmbe

year, andf the cityh svearsed to give COePope
AT -IIKLPIN CH-N wr.m.lpt =A ali on "In.

s- io& d a bond other $s.rW6e cft aount p4 d- C. I Dy P byand Pany. 2 .......... 2:4 .. wi



-:B ^ nee di ratnderedts d.ecisbos l, at.T.- Citise...............................-. 3: p.1


~~ A ~~ 30W. "w -ha"e L~5Ed P~mnamw 1 U M make anlL..UWIV ..#
$~Le 6 ubdtleilo~hp I a 4 he wr=e alt taMlocal
$"0-4il 66 n shok at bis' o 40 Nenacelaou at 6:2
-Lt 18*i~seaofhs r a fr ~ i~-S Y ewdBsin's ew anb
*UJWI. Itmean, an bee tae mac C ,Ti 2.8 K8R36 W. ROfwPI~s and they coed&herso-V_ -C19 1 a~.mnUL a
JwMML tusM Jber. y ay-L Jones to Paul i4lt"wP35-.'17vw tat shS~neprhaW in.___
yen'60swAm81OV t e se Lot 6" Sub-dvfivosuof lots 2 to 6, 906 torn ed the troshis At Mms bard 1:1 fWI~h~P6M.


r 4 ra Tp 2 8 R 0 W. minesmy bkk toto%% b
sum M M M avfle.
ba" aL J e llyc toh OwDCati owhenow a__w___4___________tat'-.
41 sftam UWrthZON Ab" %o a w"ll-eSasS.Ua Ma"3U ha
3~5 EI3 ~w A M sabC euPt NvWO t


Now-


9!


OU NRaD
10 LE.
* our iales for


SGAS
24 and 27 E.


COMPANY
Garden Street


-4



-I




Iy


. ; ,. 1



rth to Men

Sa better business standing m a
T' give you a check," instead of
Ir grocery, Meat and other bMie.
in the First National and pay
Its possibility of lo0s and caweins
you a receipt for all moy paid

paid in our Savings Depraiunh t









Dobseo W. IC. aewAm% lmor.
016 0 -1, W. IL. ac M%, w. ac. ..' Jp.
Kaasess sea


Bank & Trust Co


CARL. H- JGPOIu&
Vb- ed sm


L b.we
IM.. .P. m
4Lo svr
ML aa
" O. Jinmepas


J. ILJammbg
W. 4LSwhry
J. H. Peas,
J. A. Wptb


AL- BARING AND TRUST


ARIL IL IL.zoo


T


W. IL Qum&.
- sa~ uti


s National Bnk -of

lensacola


m' 1~. & v, m r. wa maf
1. ~ ~ W a wma


I *-Bk B-
*" A
o l + s.so '
me o m --- uH


iL '


A.~v, *.;~

A
-'-A,-.- 'A


".


7
- '-


A- -
- ~-.


" I


* *,teA


p --


ITh


. ,*+ *,'
A.*-'*-


WE PAY YOU TO SAVI


( IT


'K


o have a "Beaak Account" wita very allht
e doth breed a habit"-in saving a dofar
Department and add mall amounts eah
that you are vot forced to spe"d and before
u will Snd yourself on the road to wealth.


Got* i to 8 ---eupeundei quartery.


I NATIONAL BANK


WACOLA. PLOUA.
MMS DgPA~rTMENT.


I


WON"


- I


ILU
NATIONALL
PE a t m
*~~~I Uped- abNm EON^


E..FT.


-- - - -7


kxt 416


L


4


t


t '* ',
- *a-*


* .


P







-~ '~'- =..v-~N.7-.~~r7jj...
'-... '1


-- 1


' 4 ;


f~. 44~


I." THE P~Si


AL, SATURDAY WM v.IG, OCTOBER 17, 190e.


~*
,2~


..*- am" r BARGAINS FOR TO-DAY AR
-- s- 's-C food. A eoe-dg --ae o Big reducti on b our entire line of Boys' Clothing

of 0Qtt rjSo E The sdsool boy can't wear his summer suit any 1
..thnro a - ad the merpeatine @uUu 0 HIUUU A Royal Brand Medal with every suit.
-Sj-iM B .---a to --e pTr-equals tin nohrislRgw I ( T Il i T
SW mer- ten poundsof t urhool Shoes a
i.m ' ;t.ofthenew py.cian can t M iyot B y O esa
oro At does ". We had a shoe made by. Burley & Stevens for tl
,A"' Isside. se s usd a nktoasbw aL of school boys. "Wears like rawhide."
Sas sc g 1ceed she had a .A... .NWOWEand.. md Ya
21^i _7.I ;d B and9 PanteNwv rsv W e Are Offering About .1



A 3i, :,It~is or op. A full line of dill, swee aitd me d
'g-.~ -- jiM their work pickles, Dodeon & Braun pickles, eM- Ult R a C Big S
aesr llstsr wre the most talk* aps, apple bhter in jar, fresh eau
S. ere e ,- ed kraut. New and fresh goods arrig of Underwear, Fleece-lined, $1.00; wool in light and h
Seti thea-. entry Brot .h- "l $3.00 per suit.
Criro -s-b-do a rteu gesea
m e J. E. CONCAATON, l n aN W Carryind n
Abar, wo rk w es, 1d1 A 9rarr ll nn a
g bat 3rl u llroad crew in the 509 South Palfx t. ig
we~ er in al the rst of the _- of Duitchess Shoes for women, than ever before, fc
t Gt Bo- dl ly $- --. Because they wear fine. Recai. they fit fine; Re
.- ,.to k MILTON. I cause they look fine.

I i t . ; i .. mi a ,, also -We: are showing all of the latest a
S tloa se' a l gMrton, Flo, O 1 L.---.A.1 her '"oes for men. See window display.
SI ..o Hon. Moereno Jonh.apent Sawnrdayo
hereer, atending court
uhPher two sIneali daughters, left the frat
S' of the week for a. vlt to r d .
relatives In yeeporL nt TLNUU1 iMY KUl WULIII
t Harry Graham wa a vlitr to Pe L

*i -BCalvin Aeutressebt. i& SteA A&'Otfr 3Id l NO
"-1rt' ; ASSOCIATION HtELD MEETING
are here In the int aW aht of the S'ml f ..
Mu.nd Mrs .oJ.whisw wt
Sto Penscol riday., caed there by The Cia .mrm E. ittee submitUed the following re-
h'"-,e -l.heI of Mr. WhbtayT Ch satter. n port, which wxs adopted.
MaM i, Oct 8, Mad decided to continue the
oMrs. D. C. D den chadsen went work according to the outlines sug-
to Mob e, Ala., Saturday..Wue there Etc., Di ed.ste reports .made at previous
they will be the gues of smrs Over metlngs. We appreciate the fact
._ K .o, n-.that the Board of Public Instruction
4,.'. Ins.'fo Monaoy, S'aele, wS-S0 rOUhas carried out our suggestions
Sn' " S ,O "will spend a few weeks with .io TON O ..MaCULTURE IN woodwork painted. We hope to ob-
Sand relatives. tain a few good pictures for school
S. The Methodist c paleatda was the SCHOOL" WA iCUSED r AT room decoration during the year.
t +"" -.scene of a very prefy weaislastg LEN GiTH-ALL ARRiANGEMENT8 "We are planning to have a Horace
OK imtuaek "*1h e settio wan amhe COMPETUD POU CHRYSANTNE -
Sthis wc low light over the city. when Mts MUM EXHIt.
Lr.ian Jernisan ad Mr. M hMea L.
toP.scla-.v nd Panebaker, were joaed a the y An Ipotat meeting of the school
"' -} .... *-.. _ _--n"_- q. a _. .--to mto r bonds of matrimony. The lide la the Improvement Asociathin was held
see to i m a 1e r eldest daughter of Mrs. Price JT- yertetoy inorfik it public school
gan, and one of Milton's mts lovable No. 1, whiw w eside4 over by
=77mn*Asiclellent e Manter, and has c a.M this mieetavg gsy matters of interest h
S'bo friends here. to the memberad Intended to fur-
l T b th e gu s of Um ra y feo tur the interests of he pupils of the
SllL s ceremony the bridal party 'we;t to The question of the Introduction of
'the home of the brie's uncle, Mr. C. agriculture Into thi public school
r. Jernigan. where an elegant ln h was discussed at length, Miss Andrews
tugfo rMontgomnemAa eon was served, reading a report which- showed whhat
--- wishes of their f*end for a g n ties alon these lIses. She gve an
d rl happy ife. They will reside bIry- mainterestin review t alo, of what dd
Si t. I e st t the Or en re en been accomplws d byi the School Ised a-
I m. e .@ t. charters On Wednesdayt eight oclockthe bride the etter to each teache year
a in vaad e u, the home of Mr. Mrs. a t existee. A circular letter
of a in Sndor wa the scene of a j from the state experimental station,

Sthe l mply at eight olo that mabride the letter to each teacher -in the


al fo The bride was lovely tad trtlAsh In port, which was adopted:
F, -. TW ^ rAft. wii -t naspec.ia actn exquisitely beautiful gown of white "Resolved, That the School Ism- .
Ser. uL .M. -- 2 grandmother swiss with trimmings of provement A tociation recommend
.. o ..-OW. bo" dainty valenciennes laces and made that the various schools of the city
S' PHOI43 870. a la princess. The groom wore the adopt the savings bank system recon-
SMAN DRY GOODS conventional black,. mended by this special committee;
S"T The bride is the eldest daughter, also that schools can get information
g"i F aN and is one of Bagdad and Milton's ecuoerning the plan from the aboe .
r-a tl," .. repmost accomplished and lovable young said committee." s
t wr t bl' s .br for The oma y ladies, being a great favorite among School Room Decoration.
all on account of her sweet and lo- The school room decoration com-
t I y.^ able disposition and pleasing man- -
VnIA'Lo6 LandL nThe groom Is a young spuan of Si.e A FOOD LESSON w orA
.Fne character *and ability, and has many That the Teacher Won't Ferge .
S--P--TOGRAPHS. T- riends ohre m bying recay come Teaching school is Iomeumes very
?SPsit la, Fla. After the ceremony the brklal party arduous work. If thhe teah not
Repaired to their cottage in waiting robust and in good health, e et TRAGOO
a where the bride's frl fr-feads bad an her best for her scholars or for her
Elegant suppe prepared for them, own satisfaction. CTHES FOR BOYS
_which conaited offve courses. When it becomes a question o Edehmer, Ste
77 I w r raThe happy couple wer o e Proper food for brain work, as in Eeeti nioftre it
Switch numerous a h ai'n. pe,-M. school teaching omany teachers have
TVa -, big& gv y LJ ents .among them being ant e o Gpe eaany yewsd s eINE thing forenthid A
r.aw........... e n ofheist of silver. o y. a ona teacher, and several months ago the
a 1tae groom's parents, who ie in Pon- found myself in such a condition tat
. .. __ .- t a--- doubt1


S- ti-e, IL They wil make Bagad I fead I should h Oria com trO
their home. willmiework," writes a N. Y. teacher.
"So nervous was I. that ddizziness XRAG D-Ederh
S-m-', ExeCtWr gP and spells of intess were fre uent
and my head and stomach gave ,00 We've tied to this
W am CiS aht. AWL bS 1 M i amuch trouble. who treated M us
en Money Grows on Trees i,. . Several physic have tied to
_And aa"y has an otrd *K wit a n diflence BU InLDNG P MI t. e old .--"- .- -e ..*a wet -... .mU----IBULDING PERMITS thAbolut three months ago I- give you the bigger
"mw aut wre yPu pond ito. HW Usev lat .tm p m -sunt- a ISSUED YESTERDAY ll medi-tne and began eating Gre had i Clothes.
s i e it will pay Msas we *AM tem-y far e.t011 vit of my -- Nuts morning and night. Now," my
-- be^--e -pma-- thei _._. Re_-ma-_ e_ .The following penit were w4ed head is clear. pain In stomach entire AM d o m Fn g 31-l
@1 ThUlw- ngliwe "r ----- h y si" - P by Ballding Inspector eu&dal veater- ly gone, and I have gained in eSOW. I m. Oam- I
mwe.nmy amd KUPPENHEIMER $18 and sits are the lead.- day: am not only ccatlingK in bachool mt
em. KU _Geo. 0. Brotnaham to aksi altera- have engaged to teach another yewr. a..m..r mi
tons in a store bulditn at the ouith- "I owe my restored health, a bright' "-
west corner of Govern eat sad Tar- rr outlook on Mte. ad relief fb Mi *, a.s 1me
y ramona streets. doctor bills, to Grape-Nuts." "Th1e's
S.A INQAM -.mn PlbJoan Sanday. cole, to psair a a Reasoa."
90"11W P"081| W| prtr Palaex dwelling at No. 2f Suth Baylen Name given by ostum Co.. -stteo
1U1U1 Ba4 sr Gee't. tCreek, Mich. Rea T -he Roa to 1
eas m2Sw S212 vast *S*R PHONE 870. WT.l ls... vprk a *AVERYTH.N
** F478 A Y G e appease fr's time to timwe. They
A L are genuaime, Wa ud full of humea
At COMPANY*


/
-I
4* a


- *


K. Turner traveling exhibit of pic-
tures from April 28 to May 1. Inclu-
sive, and hope by this mans not only
to give the children and patrons and
friends of the public sehool an op-
portunity to see copte of many of
the world's masterpleoe, but also to
obtain copies of thee ictres for
school room decoratio-
Chrysanthliemum hibit.
All arrangements for the chrysan-
themum exhibit were completed. Re-
ports showed that about 150 pupils
are preparing to bring exhibits. Uni-
form cords sad cards, upon which the
name is to ie written, are to be used,
and the bppa will take their exhibits
to their tlve ch la, were a
wagon is to mand a remove them to
school boeodg Me. 1. A number of
prrieft a. been donated and the
names of the prie wies are to be
published.
I _1


"TuH MAN FROM RODNEKV" -m
Cutchoee's matoft:
Te bhuo a"d the Priancess et w
meet on a tar away isan,. tohe
bis wife we vtog to the meat
Cutbeoon can tell them. The- nw
to rlto wiwth the romaatle Saver
t Imt wmaik ma

HARRY T. HOWLAN6
E Nm *


R ccltricnaIiCo
Elestrissl futures, do*i Ngs,


SE. W. PEA '




MORTISE

LOCKS

$1.25
We have a real oad
Mortise Lock for the
small sum of $U A
mortise o looks vry
much better on a door,
and is far qgriorin
service to the' other
kind. We have otb
mortise locks up t-
$2.50 with night la&U



McKci Oaer ng


Company
8M Pftss L. PGMSeab.


Ua


-p T
so MaiPauc


) 'a


-:S .


"< S-


k




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs