Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 10 18, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01217
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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AP 'OF" Prince Ito,
-eanN o. ogrmidf. Oct. 1, 108. for themselves), which would be
To the uatU of s-nm. equivplennt to no representation lor Of Japan,
St- ---.-v: This county in the House of -epre-,.-
S: .. sentatives of the Legislature. g
Iw- theN h t t me In some years Seventh-It would be a step toward th eMnb.V
the have nominated a the recurrence of the conditions of
tWhfe, the republi- carpet-bag days from 1868 to 1877: FriendP P
ameina are personally nob- and those of us who are old enough
INM adm while we -tel kind- to remember will recall the nepen-
toward t- perso-ally, we must diture of time, energy and in many A
what their election would Instances blood, that It required to re. Yokolanuk Oct. 1i
mjeam Who -Mim- ated them?.Whose deem the state from those deplorable battleship ieet- n
S victry -will it be should they, or conditions. uamiral Sperry,
. e other thim, by any casace be It will not do to say that there la harbor this
ele ted? I ba mt at lelpate the elee. no danger of such recurrence. Prior 7Te fleet had been
taon of e ter. 4mt every democrat to 1868 if such conditions had been Ae piers were crw
shold easerM the effect of such suggested, the suggestion would to greet heAme
a, elecUo.-' have been ridicted as impoamible t -eet
first-Who e mstitutes the vast of occurrence. Those timas may re- ALUTED.TT
lt nwatyy a t tbaahe- epubilcan party In cur If we passively permit them by or.e7 som
'tbeean legist? t"t t- e ftnot voting at all, or actively assist t I
a* ta ad vry ar majority of those their recurrence by voting for repub- -
Wa ho o 0rnfited the republican legis- ican nominees. By Ass
o laive tUiv e t degree or white men? There is a moral obligation upon YokohaOmaC
Third-The negroes have register- every democrat who participated in t0o which hb shIe
1 aid cd qualiied in &large numbers, the primary last spring to vote for thee was t eV i
Wd wl o s vote the repub- the nominee of that primary. There arrival. At eight
StekL Is a patriotic obligation upon every 43ne of the axitee"
lFwrth-Wfld so@me white men democrat to see that the legislative ships boomed a esa
%it and' dewovt may vote for this re- ticket named by the republicans is Yankton, which 1s
M ea legsla*re tckelt, the fact not only defeated, but so verwhelm- lead of te n
t a tat a very large majority of those Ingly defeated that there will be no through the fotg,
t -e vs do vote for it willn be negroes, encouragement for them in the fu- little, enabling a
d its eiletl would not only be ture to nominate a ticket. approach ng its a
a ep Ueata vlwrt over democrats, oThe personnel of the candidates sixteen battle hl
but a victory o the negro over the absolutely lost and merged In the Point and wnamodm n
white anh .'. .' I vaster Issues. Let our white demo- to the bay, the- wre 4
pk. mFtt -It wld '-give sach comfort cratic primary do what it was intend- the Japanese croesers
.id 4s aml 4 t., that two years ed to do. has always done, and is now and Tatsuta, couina
. B _r0om ow W ud psee a full repub- doing In every county In the state miral Murt l.
#tbrfta n k s omanated from sm- except Escambla viz; deternatne the Passing ip tMe a
|IAeeao,ty mad perhaps Itn the next election of all nominees of the white, note oa* r welcome
m lo^e*I election also, and we all democratic primary. when -a' firrork sah
late kw. what .e v st I majority of re- This is a great democratic year;' -American kif_-ss."
I- ns q .. e y IA. do not let BcambMa be foued re- ly of Japanese who i
kt;*l1-' I txth--f *r they will be the creant in her duty to the demands the site of Pery's.
e '-o_'" j le 'i Idgslatuwe of democracy, patriotism a d the Seet respondI bW
St a a iX d from great Caucasian race. Its colors.
Oiol0 "o Jo ',S. BEARD. the eet
a -- -li-ners,
r7ons. .

tM L~Ain~eskm REPLIES-

Me- I-

,eed'~ Uem, lg to the dmme
- e FrIMA .40l h bb kg sta
tbus 40KAhg EMM ebanidewed
yogteWOM W byNrisk U.Garrtty. wbo
WIS Msd 1 -OW be ft hinlfe.
Alpuss. Ig bpids and lgROS
OW"M 304 : Ightu.repestad pve

60i Ax- 7 ~Int 40 k ht ea
forth uArw Puuiseom a
theOf-movie jlts u0lemlier-a
v -wi0 bold a mmtbs
t aSotfeAMs

eCo"WMa ibe 4"edbA~re to

that o Sb*M~ete ON~secMe
eayiqw eayed a MMbow a sumn

p ~ seastry woosidb u
& em ad hlmbav t

uo AeesesMee M
oweags Oat. 17.-Arnold Latgrt,
r ot A 1i1h I. Le tert, the
fa- *anr whose trial
~aSgi ISr the murder of his
wibw was ~e f t most .smadwsio
in the ohatal *anals of the country.
o. t supasde in a spectacular
msanm : U mIll. His Ideatity
* W t dimhawred, however, .atil t-
dag~y. .I
Lueigswt we* viktl a& amnoemeat

le Will Withdi&iw Prom the
Contest if Decision Is
Agiknst Hi.


Te followtag cortspondence,
which Is lZxpMtorya, hasm passed
betweenChairen D'Alemberte of
the Third Oongressonal committee,
a ad HBo .J. Walter Kaeoe:
Pesassea, Fla, Oct. 12, 1908.
Hoa. Walter Keboe, DeFaiak
Springs i.
Dear Sir: tou have no doubt
bee advised at the supreme court
has advanced the case at iAlmberte
st al vs. Maya, -6 a at ea Oct. 13th
they will take up sad case for the
purpose oC qatamnn bWhether or
set Jejge Mames -d eetUoaby
Mla*Nas to a et tA committee
as to how theO wS M evass the
vote of the priay 0 Jume 16th. for
t* o* ate s Rg f tor the
(Ce.eiamd e Pege Right)

park when, to attract the attention of
the crowd, he Bred three shots in the
air. With .everybody starting at him
he then seat a bullet into his own
head. The suiilde, who in his career
had been a bauter, a school teacher,
and at the time of his deth was in
the real estate business, was daily an
attendant at the trial of the elder
Laetgert, who killed his wife and de-
stroyed the body by boiling It in a
sausage vat.

S By Associated Pre.
Walker, La., Oct. 17.-Every
g* inner of cotton In vingston
* parish yesterday receive-s
* warning from alleged night #
* riders not to gin any more cot- *
* ton until the price reached 15 *
* cents. The notices were sent *
* by mail and came apparently *
* from this town. 0

Big Lumber Yard Fire.
Oshkosh, Wis, Oct. 17.-The lum-
ber yard of the Morgan Company of
this leity and adjoining property
was damaged $100,000 by a lre today.



iare At
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Sof Ad-
In the
0 o'clock.
Sat sea, and
th persona


f the flee
e atie-

I d dimly
lifted a
I of the fleet
SAs the
d Honmu
opanWied by
a, Magami
'by Rear Ad-
the first
as fiaped by
led on
at. The

fI the elty of Yokonam Waen the
fleet came in full', view, the sixteen
assembled Japinese war ships began
firing a salute to Rear Admiral Sper-
ry in copmnand of the American fleet.
Ashore bedlam broke loose and words
fail to describe the enthusiasm of the.
assembled thousands.
Finally at Anchor.
When the American fleet finally
came to anchor, it presented an im-
posing spectacle. Thirty-two warships
occupied four long columns of eight
each, the American's taking the place
of honor in the forefront, with the
Japanese immediately behind them
and heading towards the south. As
soon as the fleet came to anchor a re-
ception committee and attaches from
the various foreign embassies and le-
gations and the -mayor of Yokohama
put off from shore for the flagship
From a thousand flagstaffs and
buildings at every point in the city
floated the stars and stripes and the
(Continued on Page Eight.)

: Bryan-Kern Fund is .

j .Now Nearly $8oo. oo

The Journal's Bryan and Kern fund yesterday juamld from *
$* 777 .0to $793,00, tae sum of $16.00 being contributed dptig the *
* day by loyal democrats.
* Send In your contribution, and ask your neighbor to send his, *.
* Now-AT ONCE!
Contributione Yesterday.
S. J. Revill, Bristol .. .. ...... ...... .. .... .. $ 1.00 $
* Mrs. J. G. Perryman. CrAtvlew........... ........ .. 1.00 *
* Miss M. E. Board, Crestvew, .. ................. 1.0
* A. Suarez, Lillian, Wa. .... ...... ............ .. 1.00 *
* M. M. Eitsen; city.. .... .. ....... .... .... .. 1.00 *
* Those P. McCloskey, city .. ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00
* Through W. if. Mayo, of Century.
A. M Maylan, .. ..... ... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 *
Dr J. 8. Turberville .... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 '
* Mark Mayo .................... .. .. ......... 1.00 *
* Cash .... .. .. .. ...... .................... 1.00 *
* Cash ..... ... .... ....... .... .. .. .. 1.00 *
Through J. E. Godwin, Cottondale.
* Jes De D. Andrews .................. ......... 1.00 *
* L. J. Comble ....... ..... ................ .... ......1.00 *
* Dr. W. H. Harrison ................ .. .... .. .. ... 1.00 *
* Leo Head .... .. ...... .... .. .. .. .... ... 1.00 *
* Arthur Williams .............. .... ..... .... .. 1.00
Total ...... ............................ 16.00 *
* Acknowledged yesterday .... .............. .....$. 77700
S Grand total ........ .. ...................$7.M.0 *



111 AWAY


Auditorium Could Not

Hold Crowd Out to
Hear Bryan.

Guarantee of Bank Deposits
Was One of the Subjects
Upon Which the Nebras-
kan Spoke, and He Was
Loudly Cheered.

By Asnociated Press.
Omaha, Oct. 17.--.very seat In the
big auditorium was occupied tonight
and standing room was in demand al-
(Continued on Page Five.)

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Score of 6 to 0 Tells
Downfall of

Story of

Yale Relied oi Old-Fauhio.

Was Able to Win--ite-
sults of Other Oxam*

w y ^A0clates PrsN
West Point, N. Y., Oct. 17.--Yle
came to West Point this attersoon
with a crippled football team and left
here tonight victorious. A score of
6 to 0 tells the story of the cadets'
downfall. It was Yale's fullbacks con-
sistent punting and plunging that
was responsible for the visitor's vic-
tory. Yale relied solely on okld-fah-
ioned football. She attempted no one
side kicks, no forward passes and but
one fake play. West Point, however,
made two pretty gains on side kicks,
one being thirty-five yards.
The probable line-up was as fol-
Yale-Kilpatrick left end. LJlley left
tackle. Brown left guard. BRidle cen-
ter. Richardson right guana. Goebel
right tackle. Nadle right end, Murphy
quarterback, Brides right half back;
Philby left half back, Coy full back.
West Point-Underwood left end,
Byrne left tackle, Wier left gard,
F[iloon center. Moss right guard, Be.
mO right tackle, Carberry right end.
Wood quarterback, Greble right half
(Continued on Fifth Pace.)

The Norwegian Bark Majo..
ca Arrives in Port With-
Out Captain.T-

INjuiclkS W LEG
>- A- r -,

The Bark Was turning t
Penacola Prom Buemo
Ayres, Where She Had

covered, Capt. Ue.m, O the. Nqt
wegln bark Mt eamomtted s
cSUi by leaplag g the e t

vessel at s while she ams bo~-
Peasoiias 6mm m- Ayres Th 1s
nm was b to Pemsods yey-
usr atroas oea the hear, with
the hr for, wut se had not re-
covereud, Ca. l sat. t the sueNde-

had ina frieam, who will regret to
w'The bark, wMjok leaked from Pe -
wt afte aro of n Mer bar. with
ban t released frm qvdrped anchor ti
the atbor, te over to t be g Ityn

NdM sed in ft s" sm. _

of the tleg er .akata. Sval at
pwUal. When the P ea wered he

Beamns Ayres 1a be left
rho bafr. wteij cleared froy Pw

with cargo of otal ad mber, arrived

pt ye trday morning ad af
beg released howe o nvp-tow late hi

ad anwb rede I the s qam,
of the lg ad i at
prL Waa Oew Ts f
at the Majores. Ho* j M"App

otab Oct. ..."17..-Negr
reached b fs todar o the barmaing
the largapottmgtimet Bo br & Onem
puoy at t4ewhepe. by Mf ride.
No particulars wer eoi ed. Ii ...
that the gin had been pead to
1o more cottoa at Ivpeset eios A,
The gin continued to run ad tohe
burning followed.
By Amseeaed ,
Wamuugto Oct. 17.- t is h-
leved to be the last political 8o-
fereme of the **mir-upa to o
tween Wilam H. Taft and Pristsd
'Roosevelt will take plaer' at the
White House tomorrow. Jadm TalOs
last speech in the south was madu
at Rkchmond, Va., tonight.
Judge Taft has accepted the "aqC
dent's invitation to sreaktat at 0th
White House at eight o'clock. After
breakfast they will hete severs beeru
to discuss quietly the dlferest phmese
'et the general political situation.
Together Judge Taft sad the presi-
dent will attend religious serviw at
All Souls Unitarian chureb. T0
*ame church Predent Joa QsIM"j
Adams attended while be was p" =-
ident. Mr. Taft has regularly at-
tended this church since be has
tIn Washington.


My Aseofaed Presn
Paris, Oct. 17.-The optimism prevalig in official irles p to
today concerning the aMIUty of the powers to maintain peace In
eastern Europe was rudely shattered this esing a receipt of a
telegram from the Prench Sibasmmar at Co staa*M. C
stands, announcing tlt TuTSy had ebnOd the mobi lsation of her
troops in Asia Minor, nad toalght It sbeiheSd that a few har wil
determine the Issue of pse or war.
At a late bhar til, however, the Turkish. ambnador.
Naomn Pasha, Issued di lal that the hi lUsatio of troops had
been ordered. If t oalamifam &aa been orderea th is is reudrt as
Turkey's answer W Blgarl's re l to eneord compeusatlas for
her Indepesdeace aAd to the powers wkhib arranged the program tI
London for an International Conference.
The fear among diplomats, however, Is that interveOSU may
come too late and Bulgarians. la their present state of excitement
may accept Turkey's act as one of provoeatlon and advance aros
the frontier, when a collision between the two armies would be In-
evitable. "





Typhoid Fever Has Become

Epidemic in South Chicago

"Bya Ameeiaa Peus.
Chieag. Oct. 17.-All church-gers
It West Pmimn wll probably hear
the sam tomorrow ald it
'-wOlbe on l uwf Ut uo"Ig te psI-
Nr thI tkB.t e in a,
An apspea t sie Ia step-
gtpm.PMWU b Pt0ho/d fev-
er which tis sa Ig Ae eu tie
ot an ep lide te t sA e ma
-. .n.. ; ,

dar to afty drggists, -physicians and
citiseas by Dr. W. A. Evans. comn-
3asmloner of health. It will be follow-
ed today by an appeal to the clergy di-
rect to speak bfe ta eir respective
cnigrpgatioms on Sunday for the pur-
pose of arIsa the people to t.e
danger which tey face. and persuad-
ing them to t e elmtary precau-
tiens. With s uh assistance it Is be-
lieved the disease cam be prevented

T. R.-Who strikes Bill strikes Teddy.

Famous Racers ofKecne, Belmont

and Whitney Oo to England

*v Aoecatd Press. The most notable con-ignmeut lead-
New York, Oct 17.- fty gorough- ed on the MIneabeha was by J a
bred includingI n t nM ber.. .
the most faous ad sueesaul reers L Keene, which coprised the geat
in the James R. Keene. Harry Payne three-year-old Coi. unbeaten In hii
Whiney and August Belmont table, two yawrs of edig. ad iner ot r-
sailed on board the Atlantic -am-port taar ipeea an- $1l1,a0; ;M-ot, ui;-
line steamer Minneaha for hisa tn Oswm a d inw of thi
England where the greater number of submrba handlap, ad the two-year-
the horses will be trained for racing olds Suffiragette, _SeltiN-, Wamba,
next season. Others of the eafro of MeUsl Wedding #aWl ad
race horses will be eat to eUace. aaate.

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Bk fh Tgrade, in all the laing Red, bine, brown, srey-

.t -in MesWalines are the fav e Silks, very soft and -
S. beautiful, with shimmer tin finish; bright, ex- ace Band Trimmings owi
Anwat Omd oquisite Silks that drape y, falling to the most there a here an.
- orar fli1 all U ndeA Aa

Ss a new.-- ideas, very atatacive, -
ai..., -".. -- "de satin urae -n th"e pojular atch check- Sik- and o0 cets. d"'i. ,
of the sht es blue and white, brow Sit at
| coin. i ght.bie, light .and white, and black and
Spink, and cream white- C white. Be sure and see isses'On
CuBI~roli t S cWS. B- ten-$.25. Silkollae Drapey, tion suits, gi
SQueen Anne brigcents
S: A .w p.trnayard- .ySe w*idow display Call early and se our Ladies' J
bel at 10 to nts. of Silk and Crpe Kim- R Ch ng. Great Batapins in Blank. new patterns, eryattrac- Vests and
onas, also Blck Silk and Pink with white, and blue ets. Now is the time to tive, at 12% cents. L.d.' I
S Heatherbloom Petti with white, at buy while they are going 50
BI H"^ M- .c oats. 3 cents cheap.
il fB* S_ Maish's Laminated Ruben's In
It -W 06u5. ... .. S - - and 0 c
SatA. New Kid Gloves.. New Hosiery. Cotton Down Comforts
Paris 2-Clasp at ................$1.25 Ladies' Black Cotton Home, light
sw BDubarry -Clap ...... ... .00 wight ndstrct quality . .2 wll potCctyo fro th ,Silk But
at tlesto select from, at 25 Children' s Kid Gloves at....... .$1.00 Black Gaue Lile Hoe at. . cold; atactive patterns t Suit-red,
12-Button Tan, Brown and Black, $2.5W Ingrain Fast-Black Lide I He" at.'.0oc
Snd 90cents. Man Cashmerette Gloves, -Clasp, c BI a Mercerised Lisle Home at....50c select frm to $80. and ack.

alse- ive acre, Lbthe rec pe ants bama; E. J. Bors,TA K Par
LLMuVH-r LLhave paid the German debt, made the from Mi ass ippi; Morris apparent i nuV pp *M
SRtutanlo~an ~ K and have Immense congressina from a .. exas; sale or Pe
4 reserves in bank. Largely the re- Holland, president of the laterstate r than
Sl AV B I PT duced cost of transportation, by the landd Waterway Am .ciata; 1Hen r The followl n is the record of mar- E. Toliver. latter ,i
ofiC Ise of waterways, enabled them to 1L Gueydan. frs viceprtowsMient of the rages, births and deaths d .the irts.o lS i
Su -rate. these reat u. Think of the laterstate Inland Waterway Asmot- pawt week as are of record n the of- wh.i-To Chs. rChbrge and i, m- ci
enormous saving of over $1,000.000,- action; LAn Lack, secretary ofthe ~ai of the county Judge aad city w .l;o C. H. C on u .
000 to this country, had freight been Interstate Inland _Waterway Asoocl- cerk:
S, -- we, Weld Bave 13Il191 tramported by the waterways, dr ation; Charles J. Swit, father of the wife, i to F. V. Baldwin ad bee started
O M Ui MS O t .0.00.,000 to I one year-1905---only. proposition to cooaot the Tennessee wife, a boy; to Frank Bruno and wife, track into a
S4os, d d Project Long Considered. Coos and Chattab rivers by White-rank Pear and Nola boy: to Geore Tonart and wife according to
*HE **- ^..-- nat t,, a corresponding An inland waterway along the it canal. larer. William B. McAnal and Ola a girl; to John A. Alexander and will be place
s 7 t. I laU of 2000000. cospondin An island wacro terwy along the The association a d at g Fr Martin and LAbble wife, boy to J. B Edwards and latter whi
Sn b I oOf 20.000,00.- coast and across the npeninsulaof MThe a association wa t. Jn Redick.s wife. a boy. z a a hal
,a .ea~. Ins a few a,- sIt orida has long been considered. Mobile. May 7, 19. with Capt. John .' red-Richard Hardy and Ida lored-To oe Harris and wife
r Ir.. n a few years it "In accordance with the acts o Craft of Mobie, presldet Leland J.Robinson, Bob, Plinman and Sallie a girl; to J R. Bradley ad wife, a RI
g o pi0 rch 3oa........n & w 5ohnsom, Loul s Me and Harriett boy; to E. H. Hornsby and wife, a _
t THE 'APAI.^-| ten years. In two surveys for a canal route across loio -0. A. Wat ar a Peacola, tress- onu Chas. L Pander aId Priscilla I
:Se present reve n e o 2,- ida were made. urer; Hon. N. B. roward, Jacksol- ma thgrn te
r ar.w ?tv *lad harbors "In September, 1873. reports on vfl, e-prealdent a large. of the rth-
r. the lavestment Is there part of the route were made by Capt. *The con emtll speeifcally en- Blount & Blont & Carter, attorneys oe rIet a
of our govern- C. W. Howell and A. N. Datirell, dored the Idea ot interastal eaul for plaintiff. Ill Uie
#.r _-- r "c ... orps of engineers. These reports connecting the natural waterways of Louis Boley vs. B. F. Jernigan, *bill I/nr FRll led.
h _-t to our wea were made upon request from the the Guf of Ne as to give of complaint, Maxwell and Wilson,L tdcta in
I.". ,* .......... .. math...The. mayor and chamber of commerce I il oetal water attorneys for plaintiff. fr rl
Uted a ba 00re as milesSavannah, Ga. 9P-* ti!a gaim go ; t" aoth of manie *W. Bagan vs. Z Lewis,
S :.w ..n Iron and2 i "In the river and harbor act, othe o Grande river to the coast St alt foreclosure of mortgage; Geo. A. nr l Pni I a o B
WK'. ." :t.- I- ,I f twe I an? March 3, 1875, the sum of $50,000 was. Male, a a an portat an P. Wleatworth, attorneys for plain- k L ll I a to
..or, om ap We can dom e appropriated for the egwmination ama in such a a Interooatal system f tiff. Ual will certal
I .Mg An, paW s m, s er .nt of the world' surveys directed to be made during waterways, rg that congress at BFIA Culver vs. Edward H. Culver,to malFta
Bge *^SIIBJyt- We he*? N gr cnt of th world fscal e year at forty-els- localities. the earliest prticable time, to ap bin ftor divorce; Jones & Pasco, ____ there will be
d,*- u. ms "" W 4 w aou tput. Of wheat and desinated in the act." appropriate mos er sneslent to make solicitors for complinant. ery greatly
--we re&dce 3,500 000, bshe st I1n the report of April, 1874, two a survey or srvea of the oat of Willie Wliams vs. Letha Wil- MONTGOMERY REAL. ESTATE .any, .ad wh
6i--wasa d" g resources routes are pointed out for sOving the Gulf ft ftom the Mius. iis as, bill for divorce: Jones & Pas-. .. ti. He.
S-.^,. ----- W a J Bnthe grain trade of the MislasippI lippl river to the Apalachlola river co solicitors for complainant. MAN SAYr PENSACO A WILL break with th
Bt m^*B~llwol~rsfrom New Orlewas to the Atlantic, Columbus Cenventien. HAVE POPULATION OF 1OMU gr a
al of t"i great annual *- 'fr- E dst a arta or Lake orgie. and thence olumb Novm an M. & 0. Mondy only 50 BEFORE TH OAlAeAMA CITY.
Bn w 2 1 ft s' 11 by muans of n hort aasls. and land- 10. 190L. An g laiiaos Of 1,000 dele, Y sloM a deal
.i,- _,. . l m lcked bod ies o f w aft r to the F-orids g ates -% p .... .-, .. ....
Saso bU i W coast and by canal to the Atlat: anag the speakers I.vited to make n f Mr. Upp, a member of the rm of this i bt a
W "fare le ertmeents tht other an exterior e from the dress: OJ. Swift, CL C. III l C U er estate elers is prarg
a t -Omout hnof the os"seiw Dtnh P. l oodatr, J. gr F roanids.oy, Jam NeOW o-- t-

?`W111 a t" S give to t" the Ap*-w laoio eharbeor has bees K. V C ev< TV oasR Ba rtO
S_ tat__aawer nrd ced ptyible ad cheap. eambtor H. C. LodgeSewnaor Jhn
Is M *1 d' _an a-y mwud TW ty miles Of aa`als -Wil be a nna J pnmber of mere -. C
eW, eftm. h the k e.m of wi 3ch reMquired to comneat existag laterior SN. Blamehard. Has. -D- Cafhrmy, Jr.
; be a tl 2so agtorat the werdM mliht he. waterways at a cot of about $3j0, Itolert Isoab Bandolph, J. Hamn "JUDGE W. B. SHEPPARD AND W.
d Ia -0 avhe& ogr The, 000. The entire distance between Moore, W. P. Vandiver. Gifford Pl- TR
I Me.WW1i Al.. a es ar w keys toMeM 3 and 400 miles. chot, Gov. Comer, Go. Hoke Smith, WITTIC. BRIGTEN LIVES
t w erM's s ppie*s. "Bysthe act ofoogs -Marc Gh-elect Joe rown se Goo PaUMG o OF THOSE AT PEARL EAGAN
Obaftson locks a new 1824, two routes were examined tergon, of Tennossee.
tou igmwey s4 tAa ftme s. sad o ies n a scros the peninsula of Floria, ane, The Mexioan government and all HOME BY TAKING THEM FOR
i.,eI of w ealth for the A-Vt* fhom St. Marys river to Apalaehicola coastal waterway associations have
S- 8 river or bay. the other ftom the St been reqested to send delegates to A RIDE ABOUT THE CITY.
^M ~- rar- i N" gest quote ws W. Johns river to the moth of the S'- discuss foruite a tsinge association
W ---- a se saw-. .W. I r, tof the Rea wannee. made up of a limited number of mem
SLC as allows: "The tL Marys roote is 219 miles bers in the various oranizatios, to Through te kindness of Judge W.
SO tra m- prosperity of tht In length, and has ans¢ of about -have supervision of matters of com- B. Sheppard and W. L. Wittich the
0 1"i P0.t I ,lan 1907 was largely 150 feet. The St. Johas route t 163 mon Interest to all organization. orphans of the Pearl Eagan Home
1ilRe S ( ft toCthe et safs expended by rifles long, with a total acent of 112 These Cirectors wil advocate the en. were treated to an automobile ride
the fathsab 3in e equipment ad t eea. teet. tire project from Mainp to Mexloo. yesterday afternoon. The gentlemen
MASafttn; me as raIlroads hav, stop Cow 3 748,746. harmonize the efforts of th seedtinZ called at the home with their large
.;' U5He SIIs the* ied this 'eXenditare. he doubts it "Senator DuMcan U. Fletcher says OMoelatiMs and advise and asuis ate to and the _children boarded
411111&_ 0 11RVW1itY V1, ret ra on the same In June, 18, the .rat ,saeys ot .hem. themI for a tour of the city. The
s t SUM ?some other indus this work were made. ad It was e0- "Ieading f tltens throughout the trip. wMob ied& a run to the
&It V!4 tar 00111 IwaS to duplCate this timated that the cost of such a canal sath are mnpportamg the project, al --I Ile Bayou, was gaVtly enjoyed by
^maag at yar to lavh uti at "amy.' What other would be $50,27,746. Hihe pne devot g hundrnof col &o Ittle eat ad the oating proved ,
r m '*v isl aire v er TeP,.SW.-0 e This woeA make the eathre esal MaUnas of amater to its disaussion. The a day of mich enjoyment for the .
Sy a g- eat san A d*.evege^imt as have the rail- work required to comace tie existing United States goverua. nt engineers arPBM.
A^ s******-en. b need Nt lWaees it be the devel. Inland waterways from the Mastso ef the entire district are favorable .
gg Tg'TTaf "^ Cy-.ll gl e^ SS ehe rrS ad Internal alppi to the Atlantic coast oamt $53, to it."
mem Of wa the t p espeuse on te urident Grant, In his fourth an- NEW SUITS FILED. NUT- MANY Al A IKYF WAI~iSi^
maiined Ba rseur tae aext twety Ma of te poss.lty oa nld thet The eof e eTr ag *mM
1l sS and at lent the water on the AtlantiC. ts asatcola Grocery Co v.w Brodr I L s ILL I l-ll -e* r
reIM ?r, sinreag to Mr. onbleeng the Musuael nsap wIth te the irc eo ^o: I *LLIIIIb -e.rt:

> haa s the b^m at L.^i^s g e cP e a SMALL ATTENDANCE AT MEET- A
WS nIt 01^ s rhw. 3,00p pS tlemte to their earnings. Iar Leng Island to the Missisippi I & dame s.. 00 Bl0t 1NG OF THE TEACH ERS' AS8O-
-5 BBal aSlst m s Lt ethtLe gowerament H Under the date of Augast 23, 198 Mnt & Catter. atteys for platn CIATION YESTERDAY MORNINGe

^1K~y"H ii *Usesa 46Msswd the sioai lt ._advo Httsday 5'- i ll mATons. Hot Water Bottles ...................
has nge M- -l es- ?U ate tae people which in a prejeet sesy dear to th -O Sa Pa'IU _____u
fWW Iave Sh1'a.1Weoo. hearts of all who are lately ag- Smemnnj-- herm i -. '" mel-u

7 U^ws .l- hMama.e Uem so adde the great the eastern coast of the United Stat ad emn. The teacher meeag held yester. y . .
Se. 6 Pa e h l -. ahs dea asA I wish you evert seumiM. Is you"r I* =w.. a .* a. O was__arly o tte ded by the A *0 S.. .
r Stm Ibo theWu isn tetframa Preminet Meembers. tsrat uen. matry taherses h a misunder-
an ie! a^ae aad e-a. w m1...w a mel. asot amd e...snmti. s 1 66,t notice. Toowe
... ....1g0 wag Amo e tmsb olf mus. u. .preI It structed Mr. 3J.-H.
-o qel ot: --.:-James u. iw 00 WeiaOR=-aamn-Uwe ..Ith T

states.R." .Im ;D om e",. eb.bupsWhsOsqdom P VA ad
U.. letcher, DemsdSfs 04 it- am bow MA 1amksgmee MA-iwiK ncomb,
D.. ,a -Uafted States .em kr; ,. .at. r
&aagS *ig Ra.aX P. Hobson congressman fo Ala. m SiabadnsIs .L Subscribe to The Jo

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bbed Union
ove fitting, at

jersey Ribbe'
ants, 50 cents.
Jnion Suits,
ifants' Shirts,

ms for Coat
blue, brown

t Co., this city. Mr.
t te HIad more ready
scola property in Moati
he does for property I
y and predicts tbat
i have a population of
in advance of the Ala
that work ha1t already
to convert the race
boulevard and says that
Present plans a fountain
d In the center of the
will be of circle shape
ifle In circumference.
morehateful to a poor
Spurs"proed ragance
ut let the poor mam be.
I be runga eo lanteo
st which be ao feelI6g
Thre aee amge eoa*
human oUaeter.-Rihi
ad (1582-1811).
ropean war eGamt o
be avoided. -Grat Brit-
nly use her utmost eo-
in the peace. W sth
such a war depeda
ipon William of Ger.
at is 611 actual t lae-
accased of planning a
e other powers, and es-
Inteation to lad a pre-
al o strength with
The British preo Ha*s
as In his recent protem
Ie *for peace, aad eoame
sound a waralag that
cloak under which he

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AGoGold DusttiIMW
tass mdocbeted for
,llyiesall 'mm. c oe -w- ,
ns- xf u 0-" s -t y -nrestrM OBS

7W..t.E Doe yow waste yare

me a and_ rcng, MuY: mW .~ A
0. As Am va*is&e $2'a" oasts int timte and g Strng .* HUMANE SOCIETY M-,LL BE AD-
tb rooordees, T 2 Ss taday Sm- yotur home with a D So E00 T ONHT .BY THE
d S. JeMgh Id 46600Wy. UnequaledJ for R&nmir it this OnC, MEETING PLAC.
the 'an e of a Shot, or and trying to rMnIby -e"
by .- e bvy *- --*- you can get here you left theothe Rev J. A. Meway, one of the
Sa 1c Cg at the Crymtal mostnoted amas "society workers
ink. I N" Pa 1 a0c ora .eCta one is a eless a int.dUnited taaitt a arred and
f; A, .. Jt. .will deliver an address at the First
d o I ? Its thde --_, .. 0, o eof eray. Presbyterian church to-night.
Do't mi the $1.00 Boys GoM ma This meeUting i expected to revive
Sa oui t'o Sirt at the M X& 0 ao s t 50 i made o interest in the w= k o the local hu-
w .* rts at the & 0. at e~mIove all kinds of dirtl mane society said large attendance
If a sbmoe you cents, to-morrow. ... pted.
If a duo. p' Eand to be harnleswp to The followed Sbereting program
w,- ,l P everything else.a prelude by Prof Pasha..
-T ... ," .Voluntary, "Th-r Radiant Mors Has
uDo not use soap, Passed Away."-Choir.
*wn t naphtha, borax. soda, aon-Rev. C. w. oavin, of
l I eNf wio ar |paiminoni(w or kerosene FIrst Methodist v.. w s-
w.-nRJ ft w d 0ifRlmbbr,, w1h Gold Dust. The tertt of West Hill Baptist church.
Sf _,_ / 0bOold Dust Prayer-Rev. Those. M. Callaway, of
F1 first Baptist caurch,
LENT, SHOWING WHAT CAN BE T W 1 n S Vocal solo by quartette composed
of Misses Barnum and Hart, and
SCCEMSPULLY GROWN IN THE nee d n O Messrs Garfield and Ander-on.
X- --U "'- d IntrodueUtion of Rev J. A. McKelway
COUNTY-ATTEN--ANC WA Otsde 8 1 by Rev. Julian S. Sibley, of the First
6^-- M' OO -S LARE AND THE EVENT EN- Presbyterian church
.l.. Address by Rev J A. McKelway.
JOYAB.ER. W Offertory solo by Miss Belle D.
Anthem by full choir.
The coaty fr at Samson, Ala. Benediction by Rev. F. A. Rogers,
* e&pe se .l Tueus day_ = ,tli and of Gadsden Street. Methodist church.
S I ^ --. amu Stmi h. -e w lh caoir will be cons^ped of the
,ii i;h Iu agan m. Topartic nd IwIa I !following: Sopranos, Mrs. Post. Mrs.
r crowd wre attendance .lllllr Urmey and Miss Barnum; altos Miss
th" w k te wee, accord to UDU U 0 Hart, Miss Rehleld and Miss Bur-
S- j- ret d to f cola row; tenors. Messrs Phillips, Garteld
M' a- .I In n I l ad Anderson; Mesrs. Hal.
ftuta mthe city and--R rsHJM Nwa Me-a
iRK ^^ ?uHAS MAN' Hufmln






b =w % 1yW. batki.' J oralae ba 4U waI m colors, brown, navy blue and black, special value.. .. .. ..
Th'_ dpy of Oe g products were COL G. W. WRIGHT, OF NEW One lot of $250 and $3.00 sample Skirts, in gray, brown or navy blue,
:. 'JStiet excAment and the exhibition of live iUS UB :m i soecl
*~" ~ -~- s Rc was above the average. YORK. 18 HERE LOOKING AF- .. * * * * * * ** ** .
"The racig *went* were good and
I" hbm" 0 J=any ,s i. There W TER THE INTERESTS OF THE -
7 ab ins. aw. R" RL THIN FCCIDAN PARTY D Ue W e are showing a complete line of Ladi
.V was S I- r de ford t e -- y Misses' Skirts, all sizes, n black and colors, fi
t h e~- te southern representative of The Florida-Georgia Lm-. cheapest to the very finest and latest models.t
.+ seeC hei, e Onee te freaks on exhibittln national republican league of which
rink, n-iDil ia i/snD John Hayes Hammond i the presi- ber Men Put Brokers Out .
S. &a**m l. *t OAe-'A ud uIthe or enI ..dent. and Snell Sith the secretary Full ine of Net md Tafetta Splk W aus t
-ris ... hrals was largely Is in Peasdcolna, stopping at the o Association. .
-." "-SS tXs i 6P90atten deda gia,"ret y itmJq Merehants' hotel, being here ithnue Am' prices.
> .s *-.4.-- A00<1at A npInp nlber of gypnls were laterest of the league which incident- prices
2: Sa0 h c amped neaw l -..M-, grn. and ly has charge of the Taft candidacy. The Jacksonville Metropolis of re-
w. f t" m9S.. shfk ellng iitradawg of horws t CoL Wright has visited most of the cent date says:
* ~curred. cities south of Washington and pur- The Georgia-Florida Saw Mill As-
g .. h At r poses continuing his journey through locationn, while na session at the s s1
*oe J,* stc ordll.- ..... O ..... A..aestal e bulasisspl and as tar an Windsor Botel yfmea br afthomna,
t 7**ae *. *w' :i *' New Orleans organsin repabactanopo a ontitutiet amendment ewest Satin Gloria Dress ulards, with fancy border,
:o1 Ol t T aL- i? 1 th AL mo --1 AriB iRor clubs where they do not already exist. to the effect that all persons wo are 0 lot of west Sat
N m w- -6 a n, at te Jour. The league, he said, I but an members of the association shal Special value .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . . . . .
A -* de- .M auxiliary to the clubs under the direc- manufactrre 50 per cent of the tim-
.-... -- g AILTu Sar this ition of the several state execuntie her they ship, the object being t re One lot of Bordered Dress Foulards, in choice colors, worth Sc,
IAe sa nd averageB committees and elps by suggestion, vent any but manufacturers from hav-
IMlle r A literature and otherwise when the Ing membership. The question of en- special .. .. .. .. ................... ............
ini II Iregular clubs appear indifferent or tirely eliminating brokers from mem-
Owfto &0r. W s &base" from 11ack the ginger thought necessary. bership was thoroughly discussed, $1.50 Chiffon Finish Broadcloths, all colors, to go at this sale
DASESAor .fdamIT ilanlwT i b sLL SAT He has met with great uccers 'e and while the matter was not put to f rp..
Son says in forming .clubs to the north of a declaring vote, the association for.. . . . .. . . . . . .
n-il-" l nornb&'li ff e e~~anT T nius and hopes to enlist many more placed itself on record as being a
sti a4as u suHialt e i I jotrnr _w ip this and neighboring fields, strictly manufacturers organization. 36-inch Roxboro Fancy Flannelettes, choice styles, worth 25c. Our
y K a is a a.Col. Wright is well known through- Another Important rAtter discuss-
oie* U I lll~~tJ out the south having lived at Colum- ed was that of increasing the im- cu . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. ..
00 MoLean Tartived in thde city bia, S. C., for many years -where portance of the office of secretary
yea* eveaig fr Mobu a a he conducted a real estate nd in. by providing that the secretary dis- All-Wool Serges, Henriettas, and Wool Batiste, all popular col-
*vW to tries sad relatives. surance business prior to his moving pense Information to the various choice at this sale
S C ANOTHER SAME TO BE PLAYED to New York some sixteen years members, acting as bead of an infor- O rs, coic at s sa . . . .
S-mee Of Mirs. J. -L Bell, charged BETWEEN THE SOLDIERS AND since, when he took up the depart- nation bureau. Enthusiastic state-
'wt violatitx the n. w stock ordi ment store business and has ever ments emanated from members who d *l1 wa e
am, W dered continued in the PALACE BOYS--THIS AFTER- since confined his energies to that have recently visited Northern mar- 11K
--.o.e.r's elart yesterday morning line. He claims that while he is not kets. these commenting upon the in-
tS theM u NOON, GAME COMMENCING ON a politician he was selected to take creased demand for lumber, which
.* ARRIVAL OF THE 92 O'CLOCK lold of the league proposition be- has brought a corresponding increase Three pieces 36-inch All Silk guaranteed Black Taffeta, on sale
jcee WkT. ARRIVAL OF THE 2 0'CLOCK cause of his experience as an or- In prices. Monda" yard at aEnRot by w order Joh CAR.anizer and has become thoroughly Monday, per yard, at .. ............ .. .. .........
Ser d o ss by fo a ir r J CAR.Interested In the work. I5f 33 .
mg -T ml MU . leave Florida thoroughly sat-s- i .extra
e 7M atJobsSLchred." said Col. Wright "that the ll This Silk has extra weight, and a rich, lustrous black, and positive-
ba=i.a s smaI m i i sme the 9etwee n publican organizations is not ion u Jt ly the best value ever offered t the price. Monday only ..
bm--nrd a leIndo teoPallcp tea oBopysenth good andscapablethands but that the
obay WA.a. *".. end Ins- t be%.,.--Fort; campaign Is being conducted with ads iTe r mrish .. .. .. ... .. ...
Sm sadc Baranys this A*the -ame the greatest an Int at 27-inch Irish Poplins, in black and leading colors. A special value
42o'clock car on es'e city. The In the democratic file there is not
i w a_ wm u sowne byddows eti hm f.--e there bIs iPot rRoa. ..h dew t are showing a choice line of New Silks, in the newest Chevron
UV .e.e ---00: .?St adMt. Mater and Fancy Weaves, that are unusual values, at 8.c, 98c, and
4ksb y 7au *MA treed a aleft Msld: cob, eewer ; -C. 8 CASSIMUS SALOON PROPRIE-

na .- u tm cty w. ^ dm GROWINOCIM BREN upWKl | n O cesworth $1.25, on special sale now for .................
S S w d- p.ntcherS NMnUM.oT T A N L U A One case of Standard6 C-cent Apron GingItTas, on sale now

Mi"o w rw U Mo i.,w-n a 8F diFNS t.C. G. Cadss imus, proprietor of a for... .. ........ .... .. . ... ... . ..
St i rT. HUDSON, PROMINENT CITIe* sa lo C th p nun d ,este that HOe, T. H UDSess PROhM Is on theds aretoa te th e o* ..erday,
SPS ZEN, KILLED BY D. OUR- through hi s attorneys, Jo nes & p s- One bale of 5-cent brown Domestic, on sale Monday, per yard
S Ta eco, brought mandamus proceedings
Uf 31 oa NETT, FORMERLY OF PENSA- against tae City of Pensacola toO for . ... .. ... . .. .. .... .... ..... o *.-
show cause why a liquor license for
S OLA-THE LATTER CLAIMS $1,000 should not be missed to him. Extra quality of yard-wide Bleached Dom tic, on sale Monda
-M To-,, WIfS E DEFENSE. Judge Wolfe issued an alternative for.............. .o ..o....
-or- SELPDF ENSvmIs writ addressed to City Treasurer H..**

mrvo0enee and has sgakd eight Instantly kiled about e two mile Shirts at the M. & 0. Mon- a n L i,' o s al Mon r pa.. -
ponds. She is w fun f life and t of here last night b S D. Br- day morning onl 50 and on special sale Monday, per pair ...... ..
Thts why We are do- trdy for outdoor exercise. where gett, in a personal difficulty o b i. Er n al T ..1 C*h n as Bc G r
iously e hoped in the house. Burnett s n jail, and claims se- Extra fine value Ladis and Children's Fast Black Guaranteed
a tp work for nearly I can chnerfuiy rewoeimd visoa Heusne. Mr. Burnett is originany io ceao b 1 q t Hose, positively the best on the market for the price .. ....
L a last-clts- *..-- reU trarmsccr from Pensaco-la ll w he a t the et Bl ck H .
gm- ~careful dresser im and one that will do rapidly growing all members be present at their next g
S^m mos 2 Main it. McDUPwooI PRK*OcOMOTEo. nber A ig initial tio Remember, we have only about two months more in which to cli
pu. Meo.u ispt# ifn th tere t .s F. DELANDn C. C. Friedman & Co. Bankrupt Stock. We must positively close out th
___ S .l b. ;,ofice ofathefScutherncs B.lhTelO-iFELLsFROMifOuF
e are e dd. phone Compny, hs bee ered FELL FROM ROOF. Shoes Clothing Underwear, e Otings and Wool Dre
s not tase a oi. ad aras -u al pn r. w ech, ccer r corner o htret an 4th ae our lien expires. Don't overlook this great bargain chance.

raies3insadubse bumdase A lot of old newspaper A lot t old tewtpapers.
mfeiele wa l *n. ied up in neat bundles feor tied up in e at buB.s for
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a .. tus a evni a MMe
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Sa e Lo Let ovtle o aosI It hs

-, a exhorttuat pa eaer
Mk aee the last reports had
S- ,-at the privlege a t aype w
Sg stLt lsmiemtodoam1. Ita o
#th wmek has been dom e
amIin tftsamars dlil eists eoer

-an Sghtlag aor a twocent rate,
fm y et thae sto rleg ito thit

4-Ai ees a tisee-cet rVatel whb
li -- mosoleeese heby Iae vho
af* mael taf a rlwer rate fa"d

Igo& ---ahave oes
ilk I-, rea6 th e nasgresme

in ejoyed am his
.ar divislo of t tbuvie a

j ,t y oel 6 pu ch ed a hg e
'iKt'l"et wthv his "g atidek." Ht"
1 1 am aM ouUners are Uiterany cov-
e .wigtth Mai k Ms St Irritated
sls ntier whsow viions assaults
ir grlpoea-the ob stick I loosened
MWe the o ftending Taft, the small-
t aoy aewmayilng imt t In his
Ygewalsw MW6RgM -the woods, Mtigh
Me out of his wits and husing
Spolme, s bein g m&Ae an
ImIse>- viCtOim f t the tromble- waleh
S mo suddealy mt unexpectedly
Dom sgfted up. Something in the
p-otare telw -that*e Mig meddler,
bh e Xabed l stck Into the wu-
*M t lokinlg horet4whoutse, like
the 'a@Ile-otded boy In the woods,
1 so Mefa what was omiag neat.
lhe these vicious statngers that do
ag~quth-erviolt inlat mce as sad
daly bey emer blm. some among
the whth as president mUAe md
i comiManO to pepper ham. HaeIlls,
4W* Ok1tiAn hbraelt, taturs abw
aem tem to pester him.
Nr. Iskeol, isa nh latest ia egard
to the lessi g to the Stadard Oil
4 ai"y -f -mthe 100.0 acres of
Owags india oil ladot, referring to
t defense made that it was not
kmwa to he Msad t Mt the time
that the a0 aon was the part.
taed says:
-"I aau mbuit to you that the
vry fAt that MMssma afy, Barns.
dls mad state Depw, well known
Stardar 04 representatives, with

porseaal. appeal to yoea ar this Is
S tr. royalty to t he land owners, should
have bees amleveII e tat the
e assmguat smeMld be made ._

nj mma ftkma m ho meeeaOft "i . e1 9 e some Beastor Depew
1"a mahe nbmseabltarti em "dam" eew to grnat the Prairie
.mft4-mesma ebo'. Ol e-" Gsa ----Company fran-ws" ]a, Muchtraf, s eo46nm ,, Ozee st,, ., n sa*. tho b,
.; t,&..-'l-e t. .w--m a- -- ... ."- .w.M
a*"tite hsAda ts ama irmaCtbis yua
.re-t .eir po- _Th pe th e eam u l ,mpaa ,a do-

-pgaieg aremet wSe, am stl ., .t pi-ty 41theonseg
49.- d ot f w Qk veb a the whiffs eet"emt _ fa e
1wSA Bt isoth etran the street -gw tS -- 0 esentaofO
-t e timme tA tthe dar hiataem. 4b. !ts om teterest ot the

Omem bb m a en twoa e as me r iO s WN hs and mseure
bao e 1aft anme homu Oeing _wA *C Mo v- ad*ew

Seaea!?sa- a we seg< l o mmamtse that other own
o ia a am eewi no -s M s a2rfvelot ean It

b |kW atcctade of havt Okbihsma w Will ret "tIl thisft

Palo& It

reports show that in eae yea good-
at a retail value of 9tMaS1,48lU.S
-were produced by 4,35J. worker
In roud numbers, each erasatd ,-
500.00, and received but 437.50--eme
Who received the other msese-
eights? Wy, tho-e who, Ia every
eomIunity, who. gantthero t tem,-
selves riches they do net reat while
ebjUres sinr. WaO me deaed evest
the ramintsofeanie swU smbyo
crimnatmta in -the mad- a e diew
patches ten us that teay, Chicags
barbers 1O0- rsuc MO- acbod
Yes, therearae aTes t ot wage
earss attaminin to powar aed the em
joyinet oat ,*laml tklat-
they re bat the scatl h e
that prove the rue.
Thee is no denying the worker so
bw per todeM an weams thme g
mtr "Pmt f wisd e e, j
gaid v dollarme and ,ents erha-s
any species at the gam m lmng
is me ey"e am dusm es *a0 ethrw
cm ee THAT.
fbe pjnsepom tmaa*t ,
fte. In toist2t M ', -
V 3 Y me to k a n d .

eastive now for ow to put wfth e-

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OCTOBER 18, 1906.


es)e* h bas en mins ae end JOIN
donea00 or peole."
A Sea MMW '. 4 .l@.., a
low time w a reldest of Vick.
burs, ha writ is book about mnai
clal paims giV she 30 0s1ery of a
the uiss ns s esaw = IMs M
l0 a"l m asd6018006 but he k101
discovered that te thing seed for
the salvation of the eaouatry Is the
restoratles et silver colage o a
parity with oeM, not eaectly free, but
aunlintk*i dlesa et oter ustiouio
etc. Be writes a letter to t he Vick
steburg Herald. eneietan g after,
tis~met atf e book. whih the Her-
aid nrtnts, together witf the letter.
under the eapti, "Hark from the
tombs.- In his letter he asys:
"I am waging bOttle for the reter
Um of the colnag of sUiver, on *a
ealt with owl, ely that the gov-
erament shoui make a charge ge
about 65 c st per eme for the ola
a- So siler. o obere was ever
made for the coiaege of either metl
previous to 183. ltaee these silver
bes been bought for eamago at a a o
nercial value. The aesWms at O4
ver to Coemene u l fere valuM et f
cotton to 11s cossa wheatto $1.2
per bushel, sad sBvi bvulhe to $.
per oence."0
The trial of Robt. M.Namsee and
Gapr"a for assat upon 'Otero, the
editor at a pa9ish paper, teak
pane la Tampa lasht Thursday and
the Jury brought Is verdict a guilty,
but Jude Gordon after stating that
the madlag of the Jury was in ae-
cordance with the law and the ev.-
dence atly refused to ana sentence
upes e 4dabduta wrg thot
he would sooner resign his ofe*.
The assault was provoked by an ar-
tile published by Otero ia tes paper,
El Progress, wahl was very laalt-
lag to Mr. MeNam-e.
Waathvew may b the result of the
great political contest ano at. Its
height the eaa ign wi hle recorded
In history as the most remarkable
In m sImportant respect ever
known I& this onutry. Theugh therb
is so lack atearneet detmianala
being displayed by bo&t of the two
gr eat Parties to win, masey Is being
used to a ies extent tham in any
campaign i thirty o r l yeart. or
at least the public is lead to believe
hsek to be thIe C a.


Editor Pensacola Journal:
Not knowing your correspondeat,
Arthur W. Davis. foa the domestic
feline that was wont to great A4al
with a oarea across IU n aenba lim
as he emerged hm his ide ic kitchl
en, I cannot be sur that he has t
at one time beel a ttlen of the laud
of olk sad Stone, but t is evident
he is imbued with the tert
of the people of .tht .anaawealth in
that he mast "be shown". His recent
coG-wnMi*tl isae a veritable cat-
chitsm of captious interrogtories.
Man' superiority over other crea-
tares Is proven by his possemsioa St
the power to reason. ThAs power is
more highly developed In those who
are able to cultivate thedr Intellect by
reading, study, travel, etc. The press&
ent capitalistic scheme of thing de-
ales to the majority the opportunity
to thus better themselves mentally
and incidentally materially, because
of the necessity of constant labor
from dawn to dark for a subsistence.
Long hours with attendant bodily
weariness precludes a disposition to
acquire culture or a knowledge of
ethles-thus is it impossible for
EVERY one to work out their owa
ealvUaton materially, mentally, physi-
ceally and spiritually.
Yea, the law as it is written, recog.-
nises the right of all to life, liberty
and the pursuit of happiness, but lan
its construction. *pplat-,. AND EB.
PORCBMENT, it sla blid as a beat.
For proof note the daily chridling
of the coasigumeat to the c~tann
of a starving. bounded, out-of-work
father of a family r seeing work
and the mmtme o pests-san.
Itarium of a bank cashier for embes-
Yes, we "gratify out desires accord
Ing to our capacities" (with the em-
asis on "acofardtl). Sedlety but-
rSles see the ulnllnment of their de-
sites and priebemses ihe menSals
are robbed at their just
at aboat the raioe ot 7 to 1.

best effort-pride. ad necessity
prmpt* that "d than is bat -e
eighth of the c value to reward
the toiler. N J*4 g s, or fMll
alaUi the ward (as proposed'u-
der socialism) - not a man ever-
laxtgly hit lick-ty.-splt? Am-
bition would etMe a man to exert
his best endeavoM. MW Bo-called im-
mutable law o* supply a&t demand
does not go,- the JspoWtiV, oat
products. There tIs no low so mutable
as this one asIt today manipulated
by the o1*ei Wtie mahinbery of
production andl sources t natural
The DBMAND always exceeds the
aupply-VONSMPTION does abt, -
witness tihe emma d atd naked ermy
of unemployed teeming by thousa..m
In the congested centers of population
or even in our ewa little railway ste-
tion of Penacols. In 1907, $1.447,874,-
84.00 worth ,L oods were exported
from Uncle ao's bit of real estate,
because a better profit couM be re.l-
Ised than could be obtained here,
through inability of gosamers to buy.
Arthur W closing paragraph is a
tribute to the .4uperlor acumi ia i.d
business a ilM_ of "our captalas of
industry." Very well, we do sot be-
grudge the noegay; it is not ean-
tended that capitalists are the minions
of Mephistopheles. They are like the
rest of us, and presumably created by
the same Divinty tht ahapd the cal-
lomused t0t Woaveoager, mbt the power
that the poesesion of wealth engen-
ders has brutlsed h*m anrd seared
'theIr natures and dulled their sense
ot eOuity in their dealing with the
workers. It is snt the individual, but
the syatem, w y ot against
,No. a Boclamsc regime will not enO
dow us an with a et of angel after
wMth which we ay soar y to Oa
realms, but it will t.... this rre-
sstble grind system of -reat
aseatorial specimens devourig t
amalnr piseatelal tribe". It wl
banish the fer at Love lying ouat the
window when Poverty knocks at the
The bolrowing Itmris are saubiedS
1 iarMr. Da;fts po sear over. Oa-
eCser w me. but I lmw sreeat o o
eaftded toe i& 'upon spam
Wbm ether mmaies M go up is
prie, why d666a0 ot the prife tf pOSSr

- Ha. s a Level -it .
Judges hepp l St the bOw ersal di

reWanded a me ***o*
taxpayer to th2S sutts fot re-
dress at his sm agA st the a l-
letion of ceArtaik The judge
seems to have |~ h el t-i'?
Will Not Lsee Nim.
Frank Mayes, th- wailat editor of
Thefin aoa W s seek to
new WOrN a nsa, s
bought-the Doisstithe emly morn-
tag -daily of Mu w n Metropolis
-Meridlan--end w ItaH 5
know that we Sri to less Mayes
from the Bords e t As r "e,-
he will coutiteu i reFst the affairs
ao his excellent, Ilda Journmal
We wish him n _samo s with

Sermons of Rev. G.leg.
Our school is the o.saer toward the
growth of our thrialg little burg.
Many other builds am spoken of
whhk we hope to me under construe-
tion seon. A series at meetings has
NO doee at fhe Preebyterian
church, Rev. J. C. MmN m. assisted by
Rev. J. 8. Sibley. t Pensacole eon-
ducted the serste "and six aooes-
sisons to the herm wa the result.
Rev. Bibleys er a m long to be
remmbered by theme who heard him.
He preached to a. l hoase twipe a
day for four day.- To show the a
predation ais eaers b ad for him a
purse of twenty-4ve dollars was
raised for his expem e In a very
ahrt Ume.-Qulcy Moon.
Will Make ft a Oeheee .
FPrak L. Mayes, editor of The Pen
aecola Journal, and B. 0. Dernard, ad-
vertisUng m ser t that paper, have
closed a deal for the Meridian Mtiss.
Dispatch. Mr. Berears will remain
la Meridian and take cha"e ofthe
bs management t othe paper,
which alone ensures its so s. Mr.
.Mayes says he hat t good deal of
money Into the Dispak, and that it
will be as near like The Journal as
he and Mr. Bernard can make it,
whibh Is aUmr4Nato40 pros-
perity. Mr a'Is the largest city
n Misstssippi, having over ,6o00 pop-
ulaton, has ive railway systems e-
teorig It, with orty to ffty passenger
trains a day, sad a e of the finest
union passenger statims in the south,
It is the cogmearciil -s iatr lto t
Misoatsppi atd is 1p the heart of eae
of the most prodamt v oestos aeetioms
of that state, with aa energete a -d
progressive population. C. .& Jacobs

age stamps also Increase?
If the wre government ownership
of the beef trust, would we not more
easily actureI private ossesslon of
It it ia driht for the co etnamet to
operate the postal business, -why
sabh at-potoperate the twlegra
and similarr businesses?
I t gCOvernment can build war
ship operate navy yards and con-
duct a college why could It not raise
pigs, run a dairy or conduct a kinder.
farten ? -,'
Penssfcla, Oct. 17, 208.


Harvest of Het Air.
The republicans are sowinga crop
atof whirl wind speeches In Florida and
all they will reap will be a harvest
of bet air.--Chipley Banue-.
perkeman Says So., Too.
After making speeches at Lees-
burg Thursday and Eustus Friday
Congressman S. M. Sparkman and
Hen. Geo. C. Martin, candidate tr.
p-o idential electrs s.)oppe over
he-re Foiday evening an-'. to. supper
at *,t Osoeola Hotel. Dazring th3ir
stay of two hours in Tavares a num-
ber of eitizens of the town and coun-
ty called at the hotel and paid their
respects and discussed the campaign.
and all seemed to be agreed that
Bryan would b- elected. Mr. Scark
man was (carrted dow, the okla-
waha in s; raptha with a view to
s ring aM .pa opriaton from C-n-
gress for dreJdprig a *'Iepe.- *haunel.
'avare' *i r-'d.
Dade Conty Raises $120,000.
The ooemistoas ers of Dade coun-
ty have raised the $120,000 needed to
complete the trunk road from one.
end of the county to the other, of
which ifity miles remain to be con-
stracted. The money 'has n:)t be.rn
raised by issuing bonds nor by a
special tax. but according to tue'
-IIa Noew-Record the commission-
ers have found men who are willing
to advlis the money, taking thei,-
.pay in notes redeemable in equal an-
aual 1qtallments covering a period


of Clevelaad, Ohio, who Is an experi-
med asewspaper advertising man and
business manager, will sup eed Mr.
Bernard.-Jacksonville Times-Union.
-u There% M Nthing Ooing.
.The Jekaville back ordinance is
urged upon the city council of Pensa-
cola by The Journal as a good subject
for Imitaeo. It says that in some
cases teeam have beep kept on serv-
lm for tweat-lour hours while two
sets of drivers were used. Of the
oNidtiam a"t ill-usage accorded the
Pmmnmsla haek horses the paper
drws this picture: "Everyone knows
that Pensaola's cab horses are un-
derfed, neglected, overworked, and in
same emes brutally beaten. Many of
them are but little more than skele-
Joas, sad draw vehicles about that
would disgrace the stone age. They
afo left standing in rain and storm,
heat or cold, while the driver seeks
comfort elsewhere." The Journal
preaches a righteous crusade. May it
keep up the denunciation until it
aromnes ome one to action who will
take up the fght earnestly for the
unfortunate animals who have no way
of petitioning for a redress of wrongs
-and no votes.-Jacksonville Times-

Decisions by Judge Wolfe.
Two very pretty law points were
decided by Judge Wolfe here last
week in a case of the Mizell Live
Stock Co. against the J J. McCasklU
Co. that, are of .more than passing in-
terest, and are well worth noting by
the people who have to deal with
mortgages and -the like. Without
golng Into detail it may be said that
the decision was to the effect that
where a paper purports to be an
agreement of conditional sale, it say
other property than that involved in
the case it becomes a mortgage abso-
lutely, and can not be held as an
agreement of sale in which the title
to the property is held by the vendor,
but mast be foreclosed the same as
it it purported on its face to be a
mortgage. The other point is that
the description of property In a mort-
gage most be definite enough so that
there may be no mistaking it for any
other property. Tor instance: A mort-
gage on "one bay horse about six
years old" would not hold, because
there might be a hundred horses of
that description, but the description
must be positive, as for nlstance:
"One bay horse with certain white
spots (naming them) or certain
bread." Some of the courts have
held that the name of a certain horse
taken sn connection with the color
and age, etc., would be sufficient, but
the description must be positive.-De-
lmiad Broee.

are not entitled to them, that is M
the statements of those clatim to know
are ba'ed on tae facts in the oses.
It is the purpose of the Veterans
to assist, not only in preventing this
in the future, but also to look after
the purging at the present rolls of
the unentitled.-DePaiak BreesO.

CO'JLa. .I' .T-
Pensacola, Fla.


Fo# Presidential Electors:
H. P. Bailey, "
P. W. Butler.
Robt. B. Davis,
Geo. C. Martin. T
For s
J. Walter Kehee,
0. H. May .
over. .hiberts W. anlhis.L
Seteeawy f4t S-l-. C.y Craw.
Attorney GeneraT-Park M. Tram
O mberuelA CA. C-Croom.
*s- TOSS W. V. KNOtt.
Jofea h t Puist. l.esueM eu
-Wam. o. eway.
I _. I L I ^e I e3 3-

Justice eof thee Sproeme COWrt:
Wan A. Hooker.
Thak. M. oitackleteor
C. U Wiggias.
J. P. Stokes. *
SherW-4. C. Van felt.
Clork oft Court-James Macgibbob.

Tax Celiector-J. 8. Roberts.
Treasurer-J. Ed. Williams.
Seuperlatendent-N. B. Cook.
Juee of the Peace, Diet. 2.--. L.
Ceastabr. DiOt. L.-C. P. Bobe.

Political Announcanenta,
I her v-- pus wr WEtfca ..iltei
tr. sa-eaity. s ta esra etfm
to be had In Noisb th the0M
vot" of an voters mthis county.
At the request of many friend s both
as a cadMat for c. of Srff

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of six years and bearing a low rate
of interest. We have Aad occasion
to say that the Dade county commiss
loners seem to be an exceptionably
able body of men. The transaction
reflects credit on the character of the
wide-awake people of Dade.-Times-
No 'Need of Eye Glasses.
Frank Clark has complained to Pres-
ident Roosevelt concerning the con-
duct and "pernicous activity" of J.
M. Cheney and W. R. ONeal in Flor-
Ida politics. These things are some-
times charged up to both political
parties, but It the president pulls
down the Federal officeholders In
Florida, there won't be any active
work done in the republican party of
this state. Mr .Clark could find oth-
ers than those mentioned above
without putting on eye-glasses.-
Melbourne Times.
Nominees Not Wai.
No names of republican candidates
for county offices will go on the
ticket to be voted on in the nastioal
election if the opposition of the
white republicans can avail any-
thing. M. B. Macfarlame, collector
of customs and acknowledged leading
republicans of the county, appeared
before the county onmwitisioners yes-
terday afternoon Just before ad-
journment and stated that in the
event a petition is brought In from
any of the colored republicans, or
white either, asking for the names et
individual candidates for county e-
Sees be placed on the ticket he would
like to be heard In opposition to It.
-St. Petersburg Indepedent.
la Now Legawy Wet.
Taylor county Is at last lally
"wet" and our sister town of Perry
will overbow with the product et the
open saloon Just as soon as the "wet
goods" can be ordered ard received.
The county comnimhtvn-r last wk
granted the app)trlawtk of two
, firms for permission to sel whlmey.
wines and beer, and it is said that
other permits wi be granted soa.
We sympathies with the good peo-
ple of Perry In their miafortune anl
gIve' them about two years In which
to clean out the whiskey shops of
their town.-Madison Enterprise Re-
Sponge Diving Season Opens.
On Thursday, October 1. the season
for sponge diving operations open-
ed. Extensive preparation for this
occasion has been in progress for
some time and the last two weeks
have been busy oesu among the boat
operators and crews In fitting out the
boats for this, the first trip under the
diving process this year. It is eseti-
mated that between 60 and 60 diving
boats, besides a fleet of schooners
will be in commission this season.
There seems to be great difficulty In
obtaining crews for the fleet, owing
to a considerable percentage of the
crew who were here last season be-
ing engaged in other pursuits else-
where (which they claim to be more
remunerative) and do not desire to
return. It is stated that this cozdi-
tion, which occasions a &aortage of
men to man the. boats, is an Incen-
tive on the part of the crews being
shippeff to ejact conditions unfavor-
able to the interests of the operators.
Quite a number of bdaib :ave obtain-
ed crews and are out, and others will
sail as soon as they are manned.
Estimates place the number of Greeks
engaged directly or indirectly in the
sponge industry here at about 1.200.
-Tarpon Springs News.
A Very We Move.
The action of the conmmsinlosers
In referring to certain pension ap-
plications to the Camp of Confederate
Veterans for investigation is one that
regardless of whether it is exaetiv a
legal proceeding or not, Is or that
will meet with general approbation
from the people at large. There to
not a man wtth the rigat sort of
blood in his veins who Is not glad to|
pay a tag to assist the old seodisre
who are really deserving of a pea-
Alon. but there is no question about
It that the present law is so lMag
in its provisions that a eosld4.rable
number have been given pens6o wo

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and am the best spring oilers and the best grade material, and of any tolow" you

wish. No better tne than right NOW to have new shades made. Pricesfaoc

50 cents up. And, don't forget the BRENLIN SHADES WON'T CRA(C. Oi

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'Attention DCemocratts
$ *
* The Bryan-Keur Club of RnamMa eemety has -perfected pet- '9
* nent organitl' and the name of every democrat should be sps
* its membership Nst. it eatsa netag to jota bht the preseee of your *
* name on the roll will be a vrteable anset of the club for the reason 0
* that the primary object of the OUminsatia Is to roll up a mammoth
* democratic vote in the coming elest. N
* If you will sign the mem-- bersp coue Somt below and mal
* the same to the secretary your a-m will be placed O the mebr.- 4
* ship list. "
* Hundreds of names are being ded to the m erhip lilt
* each day. .Send in your same.
* Wm. C. Monroe, Secretary Bryan-ar Club, 9
* Box 484, Pensacola. a.
* Sir: I am for Bryan and Kers. Please roll me a a mem- 9
* ber of the Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work at veto r Bryaa ad
* Kern in the coming eleetiLs.
9 Name .....................1..... ..................... *
* Precinct Number..: ..................... .......
* Post 9 ce ................ ......... ................

show 5 held I oFanbeas
veteo atn vote t= m*tyh-
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Mo'rtha Caro a. County Grand Jury
S..... .. Holds Both s
Sif d For the Death of William
Se s la s in mk ad E. Anni
,**-If T I t ---.'tim qpp- ---* W
S I 9**Aiiift-P- rmi | fM- y A Both__i P
S5e5 moth Cinma and Vi New Yor. Oct. 17.-dctme
. ihg .n -g Ca.tain Peter Coofe Rains,
3 e.i in a bay before, MeJre and T. Jenkms HaMas wth mawr
S re n the oardiaty of ter in the first 1dree were headed
s AemSt in raeeiln g its fant Wvit up y the Queens county grand ury
aM... lncamn preid-nt' cmUdi- at Flushing Lag Island today. The
dt A* f and a halt wm speat iditment ae based ponm the k-
e...b..w mmd two mneetiag held. .- of William E. Annals at .the ay-
S-. Tk le cla the points he Iguh Pt out at Ca nttaooa: Although T. Jenkins ai had
Sa tIme w ata political influence been held as a accessory to the mer-
| a get to ewreise intelligence in der, the Indictments charge Wim as
Sthg her political daty. well as his brother with being a
He Sbunaw i detlaratona by ladl- principal. Witnesses have tested
Y the ktad of IntelIgence he that T. Jenkins Hals, by the di-
Wi -t: "- k 'Mitelhve* where would play of a revolver, prevented the
hae y.w eo- *ini3atures, your to. spectators from interfesmiag whilQ
a r d year tratvie ie- Captain P. C. Haens, Jr., c iond several
ibf the -,i'wobIlw policy of grof, bullets into the body of his victim.
Sepe- wme depwarttd trePin." t has not been charged that T.
=Jenkns Heg s fired .ay o e shotst"
Zip*M Politil whieh killed asnla.
bus Set OIL t I d e rt eti ent *l wr umsed the
He I O ,agu'b y ti-p incial tet t n t -ae tstm Te
th W" of he tat T. J enkin Hain .bythe

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-|T et'amen mma 'ATTACIK D MRM. JNO. WADE 6n ful naU .
Sa t o m so. Other fl9*s.
2S go1m a. Lsm dm. AND MPRMVNTwO UIM FROM Priaeeton 10, Vbraiaia Pholyteosc 4.
-I"-- -ms
got 7.bso" o- CARRYNU OUT HiS DESINS. oorell m, 9olaosO.
bec#a- ave o eHmard 44.UwpluM Tfdansb e
SS2---- Peayk,lals 12, Brown 4.
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S CC.e eSW s ol_ s ,,17.-Mrs. Ua tty M6f C ttOM. Davitd
auyjS lA h hf.test ,Jt WudW. wfta oI a farmer living o.0-
Sat -asi s ws e a, doMar -- w save& fte ao n. aa ,m. Wa m ed Iae 31. nUsemwid
S* Mmettkd M o lat yesterdoy by a College 5
S-- .* m c wMo batetwerred vwhen he University Vignia 0, 0. ae .
lifisl *m *t gwas att c* 'while he was returning Vanderbilt 41, Clmaosn .
vp wth her Swe yol*M- chie i I the Uni Ymity Tenmeiee 7, *estucky
bmmenit The muro miae d the wo- TIouwAi- State Unimmty 2,.
Ss'- --- m tr.c. k atW. She grappled exaa A. amd M. 0.
Tut mi. th Man sa la e esIntag struggle Holy Cross 12, Bowdotia &
-- f- A a aet of the househom Amberst 6, Taft .
I* toa-sthe m o, .mltlg i severe- Wesleyan 16, Steves 0.
Sr s mA fthls tr the woman to ea- 8yracuse 23, Ror^efter Usivrsity
eLp. C TIe emt'* is beinag-~Mo ht by 12.
a. -ps ta aetens to lyAch Willams 0, Durtuoth 0.
.corn-.In nws- h o
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One Case of Yard-Wide Bleached Domestic, 8%c
vue, c. One year agthe goods were selling for w c.
One Bae of Yard-Wide Brown Domestic, 5c. This
Sfand so ooM e year ago or 8~

Ote case of'Staple Check Ginghams, at 5c.
ban sold one year ago for 8c.


of Amoseag Gingams, at 6%. These
Id formerly at 8 1-3c.

l10-4 Pperel Blerched
sold one year ago for 40c.


Entire Line of 1Oc Embroideries Monday
Ou Center Counter.


for 5c.

Just meted, twenty-five dozen Colored Petticoats,
made of Heae m Taffrta, in all shades, ranging in
pae$ $1$50 & 300.


Our Great Sale of

Ta&eta Petticoats, Special


Lace Curtains.Caipets, Rugs and

bw&-1 umb continues








In presenting our stock to you this Fal we have arc~lI air fed-
est hope in the way of sales. We have each week offered you indce-
Ma*" This week we will ofer you greater indicernents in Coat Suits,
ShIt bs and Skirts

A Special in Cravwnette and Silk Rubberized Coats.
Cravenettes made of the best quality Cravenette Cloth, very dreasy
in appeance. Regular price, $12.00-Monday, $7.50.
A Special in Voile Skirts.
50 Altman Voile Skirts made of the very best Voile, trinwd with
satin and Taffeta bandy, gored or pleated, former price, $1250 -. Man.
day $7.50. See Window.
A Special in Tailored Suits.
One lot of fancy tailored 4mits, 38-inch coat, semi-fitted, 'legently
tailored, comes in navies, bacts, browns, greens. Regular price $30.00-
Monday, $19.75.
Silk Rubberized Coats; the utility coat, both a rain coat and a dress
coat Very beat materiaL RegsJar axie LIO--Konday, M,
A Big Special m Waists.

50 Net and Silk
ors, stylishly made.

Waists, made of best Silk and Net; come in all col-
Regular $10, $12.0--Monday, $5.00.

09 and 11 South Palafox Street.

Asbama Polytechic 23, 'Metrer S.
Anhevlle School 18, University of
Teuusese mec I team 0.
gh1krell 2, lDo are College 0.
Navy 16, lAbigh 0.
Virgta Mlilitary IasUtue 2, St.
JSkBi College 1.
University "mamB 16, University
'eorgi a Tech I3, MAssowippi A. and

(Ceatmad Orqri Page ThWMe.)
MA em her mefow e tthe the at whih
W. J. Bryan was'adver d to peak,
easme and weat, mble to gain admis-
aom to the ban. lMr. Bryan took up

the plaaks of the Omncratic platform
whleh demand the guarantee of bank
deposits. p e aM that of the many
polices ood 61 the Democramtic
paos the simplest and most
eanly understood.
Mr. Bryan told of the old German
farmer who, he declared, had made, an
argument the best he had heard. He
said: "'Wienma o to a banker for
a loa he teftf to get my farmer
trieiM to o my security. 1Wen he
aake for fay deposits, let him get his
banker fries to o his security.'"
Oy AsoIMMatd Prom.
Cairo, M t, Oct. 17.-PreUminary
ra' w are already being
made ieoe for. the visit of President
Roosevelt to Khartoum in 19M and
he is being talked of today as "The

Great Celebrgy" who is coming to
gypt in that year. It appears from
the arrangements that are being
completed that the president will en-
ter Atrica by way of Mombawsa and
travel toward the Great Lakes by
the, British railroad. He will then
take a caravan cross the wilderness
to Khartoum from which point he
win make his way down the Nile.
He may choose, however, to enter
by some other war sad make alis
visit via Membassa. The Roosevelt
expedition Is spoken of here a* sctaf-
tMc and not whlly for hunting pur-
AT T ? O*SPA 440aS.M
The Payton iAsters company pre-.
sented "Three Quee sad a Pair ca
Tens" at the opera house last nht to
a large audience. The play is a west-
ern drama 9 a"40 nd was liberally
applauded. '

' 3y Assoclated Prw.
Newark, N. J.. Oct. 1-Judge Howb
ell of the criminal court cf this city
shot himself in the kdad in one of
the city parks today while his court
was waiting for him to appear He
probably will not recover. Judge
Howell was criticized in the political
campaign sad last night cml ad
his accusers to reply LO questloNs
whleh he asked them.
Win. Camp, proprietor of the Pal.
asee saloon, was arrested last iaght by
Captain Anderson on the charge o(
violaaig tne 9 o'clock closing mrd
nce. His cae wAll be caed la th
recorders court tomowuw moratg.

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Peerless Patterns.


American Lady Corsets.

Everything to Wear.

Many new and seasonable goods arrived for your inspection

during the past week in our many departments. You always find

the newest, most reliable merchandise here.

.~ ..*M..en.s Shoe Departen.t.
2ndi OOr eCtlO Drng the pa. week we received a large
aipment of excep ly good $, $5 and $8 SWaoes
Ladies House Dresses well made of Standard on some very handsome last-just the.kind to
Pecale .. .... . .. ... .. ... .. $.50 suit particular men.
Ladies' Combing or Dressing Sacks, weU Boys' Shoes.
made and beautifully trkimo d..$1.50 to $.50 This is where we are in a class by oursawes.
Ladies Tailored SAts, PurLine $2.50 to $8.50 Come in a we win tdiyou way..
100 Ladies' Skirts--black, brown, blue, and Boys' Bluse and Wais.
gray-Panamas and serge--specially Another big shipment of "Mother's Friend"
priced for the week ...... .. ...... $5.00 make, including the Hydegrade Blouse.
T -

Special Monday.

One Thousand Pair of Boys' 50c Trousers for

23 cents.

Watson,Parker & Reese Compazy

SEverything to Wear. .

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Is Mnfm of a
Wrb hich to be gIwa
1t:I KMs of C
Utr the benet et the
t church. The prorav
wI under the direcUm
ry Ieel is a follow:
Orchestra (a) c
dh troe Opera "The I
0nefrf. (b) Trantall o
praeo Solo-(selecte
Oit estm--M two gro
rawe.oes: (a) Red. WI
W special restt. 4.
-4wlogaue to the Opera
STM mca*o^ Mr. I. m
Oism ((Martha"s. ot
W from, the Opera -n
o r8**e-(a) cl

fb SDowaSBuan
aer MaJeflmt ana

t Sametuary Cholr. tb)
35, threegart cieruas,
ml ume*asrmly Boy' Choir.
J"l Chir ne-(a) Th
e. (b) s t It's Good
It's Good W
f r Me, MSn Sophie
c,XMwiah". the greatest
w*tea. BeemdeL.
L Male Choras-TIs the
Lrd Krentser. Gerams
. Orchestr--March Om

At te Orphase

erpteasm Theatre has
r for t e tm eat ta w
Ir ea with Mis. Lee
iSs aCOa ~*
chagre artist IM
pretty Httie womaIa
mkim s a b g sht dr

[a t' at t fi he)

lf- bin- c toedy oka
S be e* oag d 0 9

ths wIaIPleawy
80"o * alon gt

-Ot. I
*s not ,ma
h her Seath, but wh
I m also -whoe la a
-~AWOrpeqtmpdance, a.
ib = eltn high tIn
Ithe had tar below
1Wgueulif t- Winer,
ha isMar-rte bator.
b ukswd to this eoeuti
th returned to his ho
arA1 so desire t# visit d
- la atorieas be told at
04 die =lsbt have coatlnB
dm- dauwl't -girt
qram.*a It1 to come to A
k w-teh wew mystib eve
i. two yeas she p
sins task. In that tj
"Gomsexport. WING
am In a FPMcr- hosti
Ty Brothers Immaesi- ly
r aa American *r. a
r Nl t .the a" uite JsIMM
m *Of the Gas" shows t

U =O meer, however, doea not ws-
o. aVthe lime light With the Gea-
shows this year are many more
Pss%$ sad degs than ever
in Its history, it is the ban-
year of the Gentry Brothers, be-
e e twetletl succesul seaso-
tt they have been on the road.
Charles Fronmaa will present Wil-
II- Coilner. fmo.t among the
sedimas of the da. at the Peasa-
sla& opera house ea Oct. 24. In "The
Patet.' a comedy tn three acts by
'W lam- Collier aa4 J. Hartley Man-
There is no more welcome event to
pa theatre goers ta- the appear-
c here of William Collier. His fun
A seng ts Irrestible and his plays
tvaratably dean. wholesome a"sd
vet Mr. Conkesu notable success
uht in the Rai." -The Dieta-
rw." "sO the Quiet.- and its earter
tla aetluditng "Te Man from Mexit-
e andc "Mt..rSmooth" is a smatter
4 ffee-u. In ths new play 'The
Piot" he has the most prenomeed
Oeose of his career. He is not
alo sen' to better advaistage than
to hs previo" sumnsses but has a
VW rbch in edmoedy sad appealing In
S taterest, that tos a stiact addl-
Sto state literate tur he and he creates
& *arecter that will not be soon for-
s. Mr. Collier's coxborater in
n ew comedy, Mr. Manners., oe-
S leading pesltim among the
= 1 am of letters of the day.
Stage History at Waflacte.
Tme's a it ato stage history a
S-eah osvt atho ging ean at Wal-
4= 0kiftp- I New yk. ArsoN
X-y aqs ft vd sueess in his new
MtAW. "EH We's aiy."' and ta his
,MPt 1b d 1 e Sam Mward erri-
4 -- Wes at as ft --tr r etet
-or f Wt* e Mfr t ose emt remk-
ber Beheae! rrigas -the f I-
I1d Irish e aret to the pub-
rll: whMo;a -tplayed "O La-

"Renfy a"d the Your

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....* -- ...~ -' ' -. '" ^::" PEaAOOL.A d Irro RMARKET. were about the avera.geal the --
O1TeHERS T el p nrt turabhoed daily Ix very IghL
S" U-I.,,SH WS *for T he Joa Ab ars&Gay.. e. --
B. cotton mercwnts. Peasmaola FIA .A
SHStrict imldling.................... .o .
. a which Arnold the lot of a play t a t1 111 vOlt, who by the way a M fend U.I. I CU Strict Middi n .......... .. ..-..
St eat Daly a stant. Arnol Daly, who stop In the middle f a Uca spiechof Mr. angwill, the te strict ltnow middling ....................8% B o o pou s
scmai wasl be wh m arrisga was at the and deliver an oration: a the mer t4 play, took occasion to re to Mr. NAVAL STOR troo *t
Teay height Arnold Daly who of a play. That oweer wata l that the play la pino savannah. a.. Oct 17.-The following s. c. shoulder ..........11
at eae atoe th world the same day happened out in Vnceathewa something bigger tha te l are the naval stores quotations: lie 11
sared that HaipsArat payed "-Old Laven other day. It was Septebt, 05th, ,runm of plays, and that he tad enjoy1 .ed w ...........................r..s^ 0sl tos 3. lb...
A a- der." And artgaa plays the part to be precise, when "Uncle Ca- it greatly. Mr. Zangw said after the N..............................5 75 Hams (per lb.)-
at wll too, w btless continue on, who was addressing the trs performance: ................................. canvassed. ....
to t we. ased, and pointing to a. eight I feel honored by the pra of5n K s.. o ............ ............... 0 Pns ...""" t
o _aon_. S -0. __ sheet" of "The Man Pm Home" the president, for he in is ma-P I I .. ::.................... 2.......s 0 Butter (per l.)-amery .
.. T t da sn Families. said: man understand why he was Interest- I ..................................45 Che ad reameryr b.)
very... who allowss the theatre- "I don't go to see puas very often, ed. for my play is an American play. *.................................2 72% New York Daies .... 15%@
mOeS tows 'that 1 etrionic talent often but some friends of Mr. Booth Tar- "The Melting Pot" Is Ameria,. you ........................-****** 7 o e -......r )-
d) Mi runs n aMil The Boths. the kington induced me to see "The Man know, and It is here that the greatest ............ .............. ..... ar ................. .. 7 Cp
Drews, the Batty"ores and the Jef- From Home." and I want to say it is nation of the earth is belag baelt up. spirits Turpentine, 3. cents. '-ime ................
SSer os are famous examples of fami- the best thing I ever sat through. A- I've tried to show that." __ markets, frm. note ._.b __
a ( lies In which mmy members have ter seeing it I said "that is good Judging from the reports the an- As toat FIancy Head .......... I
h*, (b) een pl^-Wtrty endowed. LUebler & enough for me to see Uie second thor has shown it, and show it well Larger, Better and chicago Oct. .-An oMelal prediction Medium ..............5
Company besa assimilating talented time," and I did, and I will see It the It may be that the play stirred Mr. Grander Than Ever o general rain. to-moow eat of the c.......... S
arn daohters of the late James A. third time tw I ever have the opie r-toosevelt to remember what Mr. .Roc Mountain caused weakness in the pan .
S P' Herae, m crystal ad Julie, to support tunity. I was aftad .to go ou- bq Zaw said on land he a n the' Worldi Grtest wheat market to-day, prices eclining
iTe. 7 of coupes of rained Animals. nearly 1 cent during the first hour. The Fancy Patent ......... 5.40 .
fr om C o p ofe weeks ago; that be atw no Mile. OeOesche, Queen of the Air, and market was also bearishly affected by a Patent ........5.40 5.5
Sh reason why we shoalda't have a wo- The Wyler Brothers, Spain's Premier big increase in shipments of wheat next traht .............. 4..0 5.
owy (bl,109pesident, for the hefe executive Gr We Acroebats. Sweek from rAg tntlna as foreated by
Was earful to rema i- NTRY BROTHERS well-known crop statistician. The lumL
Y ve picked o a y in prices followed a firm opening which Eom n . b-
-- C RY R THLRS was due to an advance at Liverpool. The Co n T. 0 1ase
S a Mr. ZangwI, I wish you'd market opened unchanged to 1-8 higher. -pound tubs--e over.
e me, and, does she box I D SH S with December at $1.00 1-2 and declined
U-I" Iw .to 99 3-4c. IS-pouna tln--%e over.
The Rght Way S *Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago re- S n tns-ecOe"
frm'010ported receipts of 773 cars. ound t over.
rB The Right-of Way. PENSACOLA. The corn market opened steady but O (per gal.)-
"The Right of Way Klaw soon weakened, owing to the decline in Kroene in barrels... 11
Sfer'sr dramatic ati o oKr G lber t Wednesday, October 21. wheat. December opened unchanged at eo ene, in ..... .1?O
0 641laWger's dramatization of Sir Gilbert 63 3-4 and sold off to 63 1-4c. Pork, per bbl.
Parker's great novel, is winning gold. Selling of oats by cash interests caused S. G. Sugar..............5.. 0 40
'.2 den opinions in the West. After the moderate weakness in the market. The Fancy Y. C. Sugar ........... 5
< amusement follies of the summer sales, diseass their parts and tieir weakness of wheat and corn was the GRAIN AND FED.
s MW h chief factor in the situation. December Cor er b)-
a' Mu ^-"The Right of Way" is a mental plays, wait in trepidation the verdict, opened I-8c higher at 48 1-2 and sold off White .............................92-93
h ltheatrical tonic as bracing as an O by applause, of the "first night" an- to 48 1-4c.w Yellow or ixed ..................-
o Artober morning. The play is virile and d lene; meet, parth est, cajole, en- weakness of grain had a depressing effect. (per t.-
eh fall of magnetism. Guy Standing's d meet, partjerices at the start were unchanged to thy .................$1 1.
k.cherds acting in the role of Charley Steele Courage, envy, dispute, boast of their 10c lower. Johnson gras .............1. 1.
er*0or is strong, polished and effective, personal achievement. and, indulge Alflfa ................ 10. LM
Theodore Roberts, in ai role directly In one thousand characteristic quib- WHEAT, 'CORN, OATS. Bran, er cwt................ L J
Dy of the opposite to that of Steele is giv* bles that Thespian art is heir to. Chicago. Oct. 17 .-Cash quotatons were ts, wheat.............sac$.
Soppasiestor hat optene Is as folilo'us Cracked corn, per 80-lb sack 1
na Male lng the performance of his career. But the Green Room gra aally Wheaat-d heat No, 0 red $1.ritla: Duk Corns *1-c leA
May Buckley plays her paht with con- dwindled in popularity with theatre No. 2 hard. $1.00 1-20$1.013 -4; No. 1 GI Oats. 2 1-c .
P$ 1.Vincing charm. "The Right of Way" managers and builders--never with Nothe1.s $1.0..40*.05; NO.2.Northern..e
w i n c i n g $ 1 t h e p la e C S.i M e al, p e r t oo n . o n e $ .0 3 6. . ..6 S
will play an engagement next month o the players-until a year ago not one Corn-No. 2, 72 1-2073; No. 2 white C. S Hull per ton ..................0
at McVicker's Theatre, Chicao, could be 4ound in America. The 73@74 1-2; No. 2 yellow, 78c; No. 3. 72; Corn meal. per mak .......... edT.52
which promises to make a record space previously set apart for that No 3. whitete, 7 1-7 No. yellow, Corn meal, bolted............. :.
e teatd for that playhouse.. Klaw & Erlasa- purpose was converted into property white, 44s47 1-2c. ,C ea
STh*; ger have provided an excellent sup- rooms and uses considered by the wieY T44he 0su- Aak PRO. n
ft Be; t3 port for Standing and .Robert manager more vital than the mere Prime mercantile pape 4T4 1- pe- as fui shead by the mJacoby .t7od ae
an. comfort of the visiting players. And cent. sterling exchange st wieth a se Commrsdon Co., it ao ows:
mn i "Be -Htr" has opened its ninti so it has remained for David Belasco tual business in bankers' bls at $4.34.90- Irh Potoes. we per b
ia wl5 0 Season5 most auspiciously. aw & Er to revive the old scheme this season @$4.85 for sixty-day bills and at 4.6.0- Sweet Potatoes, er ....... 5
er a l calroducto s one at his new Stuyeant Bt the Be .841-20-3. Bar lv 1 -4c. Mex- Lemos, per box.............
l55E*'S~. Blc psdi ucotiounis one at hisonew stuyesant. abut the st or demand Commerial bill Cabbage, per ra te............... S .
Sit-. tthe 0t marks In the history of lasco Green Room is as far advanced can dollars 465: government bends steady; ON in, per ............... .
11". .aM the sta e. Its success is one of the in its comfort and luxury as is a pal- railroad bonds heavy.. Ale b ........ .. g.
t-_.'d ... best Indication of the strong healthy ace car compared with a freight train COTTON. Rutbaa per be ................. ,
SSVI.4 A F.ATURE OF THE GEN toue of the Amelican people who caboose. Were an actor of the "old New York, October 17. ton fu s P nutb .............
A A TR 1. year after year patronize "Ben-Hur" days" to walk into the room set aside opened tead; Oct8.8;berls 59; December.a, Youhe s per d... ........$3
S. as compared to the support given by for the players at the Stuyvesant 1.49 Januly. 8.4468; G M ay .; per ad .........S .
ts r -lrtir sa d then they took aween the acts for fear I'would ss the French to vulgar farceer and the theatre, e would be as much amazed New Orleans, Oct. 17.-Cotton futures E, per dos ............
Vla. a alather and brotjer into something. You do't find a ply like demand of the English theatre goers at the change in things as would Co- oper ne steady. October,. bid; Decem- per .....
w their. t? eor with that star. that every day, and you don't Sfd for nasty problem plays or inane lumbus were he to visit Broadway to 8. e@54 May. S.54n0 .
S More a iMey have acquired the party like the republican party musical comediea. "Ben-Hur's" tour
ad *-atm OUnger sisters, Olive every day." n this season will extend to the Pacfic WEEKLY eBA-NKd fSTATEMENT.
When he had finish his speechCoast.17.Thetatmet of
a-t ee tWs*A& Jant Beecherte who, en e ne be espec. oast Oficial Seal Cigars, 1 the clearing oa b anks for the weak frUmt
S theoa heyear treat name Mr. Cannon turned to the newspaper show that the banks hold $31.471.,25
repevt t~e same family men presentand said: elaco Gre Room. kind 3 for 25c; to-day more than the requirements of the 25 perP aat thre ..
si ityi"The ManmFrom e"You may think it queer that I'd David Belaseo hasreived the dea straightatthe Crystal Phar- .t re r r. rti ae ca
ast rev- strathe Migan Ftom _t o ayasion. uea I3,100 oInthde proportionate sas re-
S ld Daly's company. top to talk about A play, but you of the Green Room at his beaful serve as compared with lt week.
- .4tengaged i the must understand that Dplays me a Stauyvesant Theatre in West 44th laC*. statement -ws:
Para gret thingin tjis country. Plays cai street, New York. The words Loans. StAUs.*1s10; increa9% 314ft,
t with eth a man' opinions In an I ntt lay reader nothii~ re tha the Little Miss Annie Ruth Ca of 916 -.
Sfor plays work through the emotions, sugegtion 'of a color seldom found in Eaht Jackson, Is Jmt about the most Circul ina. S ,UL,40e; dew- 2-
Sbythiyoung actor wae and it is a man's emotions that dl- a Green Room. But o tie actor the delighted girl in Pensacola this morn- 90e.
eI t 1 Sccession of rect his actions. I've been known to mention ol the tw-werds me-a a Ing. And no wonder! The contest In- Legal teanders $0,640.6; increase -
vi 6y to mawl -- 4 "The Squaw 'emote' some mysel.g ntlemen. retrmspective flood of fond memories augurated a few weeks ago by the Specie. $304."2.600:decrease, S1.477.000.
e I ed aely upon ts Some people say I 'emote' too much, a conjuring up in the imagLation Rhodes, Futch, Collins Furniture Co. Reserve, 3s. 3.100: increase, $237.606
ow other by but then they may be eal beae of beloved faces of hegreatwas most original and enlisted the ar. Reserve required, $3,16175; increase,
at made own that Wil- I'm a better 'emoter' than ame of tonic grs of the "Palmy Day" tistic efforts of practically all the lus, $31,751,125; decrease, $3,23,
o il a11 Vra l 1*ld taken the stellar themselves. However, I me what period the rcellctien of memorable little girls in the city. To drw the on.
4*- i rele '-- tse6 t new play, I say about "The Man From onme." scenes behind the cwtaln, and a thou- trade mark of the Buck Stove and Ex-Unlted States deposits 3, ; e r pm We me 5
te O' Tho still remain. If we don't win this election perhaps sand and one tales he stage waich Range Co. was no easy task. But the he perene t actual 775reserve of the
a a e the most ll ask the managers for a job as first were voiced soine dear old judges found the work of the contest- clearing hou anks at the close of bus-
d a neofanagerstin m Press agent. I think I'd make a good Green Room now a7 oing-of the past. aats as a whole excellent and after nes yesterday was 27.39.
ta~b1ad third brother one, and besides, I hear they -y The Green Room, f-or the uninitiat- much deHliberation decided Mlss Caro's TH TIMBE '-ARKET. TOO Late For C mifica
the ao press agents pretty well now" e p ed is a room behind the stage, some- design to be the best. Rhodes, Fetch, There has been Ulttle ehhL hi the
ary We rms begt their n ret weltimes underneath, were the players Collins Co. are to be congratulated on timber market since last w Prices FOR AV -4m 4
me, his6 emM t in lm they separated The President was There. rest between acts, retouch a "make- the success of the contest, its gen. have remained practically the same, and buggy. l e st.M
tmheir a a-have e been k-, Down in Washington last week they up" before a hasty entrance on tue eral attractiveness and the widespread averagesof 3at a f ndwt h eo VanaN o oack. -
S ea by the sa remarble rapity, had a theatrical opening that seemed taeforegather previous to reear- interest it gained smaller averages in proportion. Receipts De Ter. W
loksif I ngot bhi reat OppvRtuhi"y to mean a number of thag. The 0C-_ ,
"rst ho-a hAm assignedto the casloa was the first performance on
"0.oleiani Vlrginia4'" but any stage of Israel Zangwill's new
v W- U W' suec es in the Goodwin play,. "The Melting Pot," and tere -
apsU-m etionta "A Midsummer Night's .was a distinguished saudleae present
Dreap," i -as the Mohammedan for the occasion. In one box. sat
11 pri l il `he Prince of India" have Prenident Rooseevelt and his family.
e put han e a pVr with his brother in In another was the British Amb~ssa-
the pofl eemNtIsi. dor, Mr. Bryce; In another wa- Mr.
Going. Oscar Strauss and some political
oe now I Praie by Jtel Joe." friends, and in still another ws a
i th e Is .Is et ivery de that .it falls to group of Treasury ol0alas Mr. BOoee- .
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week-$5.00 to $16.50.

One lot of Dress Goods, in
black, blue, brown stripe,
well worth 85 cents a yard-
special, this week, 59 cents.

One lot of Wool Plaid
Suitings, 50 cents values-
special, only 10 cents a yard.

10 pieces Figured Madras
for Shirt Waists, 15c values
-special, only 10 cents yard.

See our line of Embroid- We pride ourselves on the
series that we are offering fine line of Boys' Clothing
this week at 10 cents a yard. we are showing-3 years to
PECIT ALT AE O F 17-42.50 to $7.50 per suit.


COATS must be seen to be
appreciated. We have them
from $1.00 up.

Just received, "Mother's
Friend" Waists for the Boys
at 50 and 75 cents.

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35, 50 cents yard.

We are showing a hand-
some line of Linen Drawn
Work in Scarfs and Covers.


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glas he was on the r T
~aeW. for hi.a pocket reposed the
lasl ar lettfr of the "Ckosby Invest-
g Stkraoi ."
i WM airo intstig dommest
t lett wherein wa set forth
IthMt t m a eeMderable proft
ine making ver comas ouatof real

Sportioat of Stsstock to discreet out-
MS who would be furibshed
"mAthl with a certain proportles
tf the output of the concern as a

A Iavfem of at ionments provided
for th aluln of the capa, and
the eWort conaelued with an offer to
show MAtNS the actual process of
making the eWa.-
Oorg 3 had arraagedto imper-
muN s the nrelena of the iercular
and already he d mMade aS appoint-
meat wth the representative of the
concern to meet him nla a western
twn and assure hime eof the value
of the process.
It was this which had led Coving-
ten to retse to acede to Belding'e
request thatle drop deteeive work
and go lato business.
In the mornitg Covtagton's spirits
wle, for he was of optMntle tem-
perament and the bright day sent
oat spirits soaring.
He made a transfer to a train tak-
0t hi-m to his destimonal. and late
In the aftermoeo of the second day
be stepped from the Pullman at an
leaMre station and was met by a
mas who e*ried Io his hand a New
orkc paper, the prearranged slair-L
'Tm glad you have come." ex.
claimed Dudley as he led the way to
a Meartrig. "We Hke toave proes.-
paeUv customers come to Investl-
a4t We tad that they are more
ady to Invest .'hen they see for
themselves what a splendid thing this
"A regular trust." -fggested Cov-
-"nat's what it is, Mr. GImson,"
ssaented Dudley, with a laugh. "You
have give n me a good idea for a ne-
circular. We are 'a tr. 16 man
with some composition metal and a
few molds can hopeto come into eom-
peUtito with us. A lot of them have
realized that already, and have pooled
their money in this concern. I'll
warrant that you'll take 100 shares.
xr. Option."
It was a- long drive back inte the
country, but the greter the mystery
the better Covlngton liked it. He
nota d hat they trzaeatly turned.

owo-rsm m it Is

N li Co*ad lke
two&rexut9 s

s agga *c avthe cave whweh
lea& thin bare
.-11W e m en were en-
5rfeeding circular
Won *h-w-irmtt ud AiebwvIf
9,; Dadieim- a handful of the
s sM d- pmed them to
tha 'e O ai. theb wlih those in thyour
noketa. e* "You will find.

th eelas a- after a sdrt stay
watching the aen at work he led the
way eA k to the hose In the amm-
ianghe droVe the detective to the sta-
ties asd saw him on beamd the train.
. But he was not there when the
evening train came in and a man in
eoarse clothing descended from a day
coach and hunted up a boarding
place mar the station. Behind the
coarse clothing was Covington.
Dudley came to town every day ftor

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"Of course you will understand
that we d6 not show you our mait
plant," explained Dudley. "That is
located still further west and only
the officers and the directors of the
company know them met lace.
"We simply aim to show yes that
we really mint coins instead of old-
Ing them. That is how we get the
sharpness of outline whiae Is exactly
that of the government eoinage. It
is the rounded edges whisk betray
most spurious coins. Ours are the
reaL thinc.'"

Mr. Olume., that they are exactly
the proper weight and thickness and
that they eaaMA be told from your
colas except for their newnee.
"With the large naanufacLuth In. n-
terests tn whk you are enn *,
I am positive that you could'a
$1,0 worth a month. Twenty
thousand dollars worth of stak will
sure that. Tt see we mine our
own silver and with the slight yearly
*smasnt the stock pays 50 per
cent clear."
He gave ( Oufiun a handful of

the bIa-y mail that resulted from
Ute wMeresad distribution of" the
alam dearil every day he
met weaM-be Mvestors.
By degrees Covington was able to
trace the youte taken by Dudley and
hle guests. The farm house he had
located with a, few days, for Dudley
stood high I't town. where it was
beeed was arranging to
locate a saw mi to utilize the heavy
forest gro*tk, end his guests were
supposed to be capitalists.
It was easy to locate the house,

but It wm asseeA zbee wee s before
Covimgse sa ee st lecateg the
tave in whisk was kept the pre
When euceems ba l W em this effort
he -communicated with the secret
servte offletias tn Chctage and by
the end of the week he found himesf
upon terms of Intimacy with one of
the stan of the bureau who had
come down to take charge of the raid.
The fAlkuis afternoon a party of
four was to visit Dudley, and when
they passed into the cave they 0M
not know that about the entrance
were concealed a dosen secret mservMe
men and Covington.
The posse pressed in after the vte-
Itors and caught the crew busily en-
gaged at their work. There was no
lght, for It was useless to break for
liberty with 13 revolvers guarding
the entrance. In high glee the officers
marched Dudley an# his company
back to the farmhouse.
It *as lere that information could
be gained as to the station of the
main plant further Owvigton
had seen She big sae wifilly con-
cealed in the cellar ena it took lit-
tle pOsIuasion to tSeMe Ddley to
open It.
He seemed In. a aradaslry good
humor for a man Jeng a longu-trm~
smateaoe for coan f sad he
chuckled, audibly s- the see pored
over the books foundma i 1 sae.
Nothing, apparently, gave ao e w
to the location ef the mans lant and
the shlef was savagely pOmM sig
DudIW-ra rioret third degree when
the a en who had been left rO the
cave to guard the press esme into the
"What's the matter?" damnmu*
the chief. "I left y4e to gNiO theW
"There ts no plant." waV th dis-
gusted reply. "We ate int to look
over the machine sa& we sM that
it's a fake." A,
"7I aw them ma oe Wp m -
SMlt. I can so on tie st e a" t-
tiry to that," sasid onts g .
"Ybu can swear g It?" b" -
and In command shb6k w
ter. "It's this way, et,. 'lW t
on. "Th! isn't a plant
queer with. It's a eeks W l
The come-ons see dver ilii put
into the press and half dellea drop-
ping out, and they are told that
there's a 40 per cent profit sl mak-
ing money in real sliver and they
buy stock. I don't beHeve these
chaps could stamp a decet dollar
to save their lives. The couldn't
even make a 10-cent plee."
"But they do," instead Ovtington
eagely. "I have 32 coena that I saw

made m eat." *
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eant reply. "You" must be a the--
tin to E. Z. Mark. Those 9e
don't even have dies tn them. Th*
are blank. You put your srl@ VV
and it drops into the bed of 0h
press while a real 1alf dollar t2ll1
"They've got a barrel of iaewl
minted coins there and another tal
rel of silver discs. They feed the
discs into the machine and take the
real money out, and then you buy a
lot of stock, and when the divideafd.
don't come you're in a hole for youe
a party to the crime and you can't
sue. They make money here. 1.
right, but they make it out of the'
gulls--not out of silver."
"Beats the green goods game all
hollow." exclaimed the chief under-
standingly. "There you have to
switch packages. Here you just get
a check and you ..ave a month to
eash it in before the first divideaf
are due. It's a great scheme a I
you are safe from us." *
"Modern business methods," NUr-
murred Dudley proudly. "It's ma e
profitable than collnng -iould be with
a few legal chances. The press only
cost $500 and there'c less than
$5,000 required for stock."
"We're going to confiscate those
blanks," said the chief turning to
Dudley. "The rest of the case la ca .
for the police, not the secret servimo.
Any of you gentlemen want to maIs
a complaint? Have any of you paid
him money yet?"
There was a general shaking at
heas, and the chief turned to Of-
"You've cost us a lot of moey
and wasted time," he said savagely.
"I listened to year story became yo0
said you were from the Dehea .
agency. 111 write Dedham and haet
you fired." *
"You needn't take the treSlm>-
said Covingban .a.-.-f-.ely. "I
ave -decided to so into bustne far
myself. rl resign by wire. I guss
rm not eut out for a detective afttr
He followed the E-Uld-be coater-
falter trom the house and headed r -
the tow. Sa foot. As he had ram-
teed, he wired the Dedham aeW ,
but he -at a second wire to .
It reMad:
"Am leaving for home tom orO. *
Detective business too' *ueerOil.
WtI explain." But that lat wS
sanmethln Covington never did. HtL
great coup had turned to oo I-n
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-MW M only a

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&dwit or a am uto Nkb&
~sabs vee la a at a
SMa"d be *a* neigh-
~MW~ 4Vand Sa riendly Not
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ef emotmw very differ-
~mi gne safar.
sBm e gft

more than ever interested In his
neighbor acroap the street, and he
had besa to Bar et ihe kmes. She was
a plump little woman and yet sCarce-
ly a wohn, fr there was a certain-
girlishnm In her face and manner
that ga o0swell the pleasant amur-
amae that se-: Wa "Mi3*- and a6t
"Mmr" no matter what her mame
might be. And Boswell was deter-
mimed that the name should be d4e-
Colnsl ateno lat day, for repildy he
*W bee S w" muc"h in love with
&& 0 the way.
"T Ut a-e "-. day when she
blew ea er kism, and again Boswell
frowned sad decided tt after all he
did not eare for the,girl. He did not
want a woah for a wife who.would*
throw kMMs to a total stranger,
thAogh he did not ooas "r himelf a
ranger in the futall sense of the
There were times when Boswell
even told bliNme that in asto of the
long distance klMin he wanted to
make her Ms wife. She kept her home
ms scruaplously neat. Through the
opeP windows he could see the well-
kept par er ad in spite of her fre-
quent apeaance at the window. she
was contest with her household cares.
Ant he wanted a horne body for a
So BMwell looked and loved and
fuetuated until at last he came to
the determination that he would prebs
his suit. The next time the girl blew
him a kiss he -sturned the salute in

pantomime and sent a second wafted
kiss after the first.
To his surprise and dismay the
girl turned "indignant. An angry fi AF
came to her cheek and he could al-
most fancy an angry flash in the
eyes, the exact color of which had fur-
nalhed him tood for endless speeula-
tion. The girl flounced away from the
window and he saw her no more that
All that evening as Bowell worked
the keyboard of a UlnotypOe meabta
he wondered why the girl should bha
been angered when he had r42
her message of love. It seeamd *e-
reasonable that she should object to
his having followed herexample.
He hurried through his breakfast
the next morning and took up his sta-
tion at the window. It was aarly an
hour before the girl appeared and her
very evident effort to make it seem
that she was waving to the sngs
of a passing train puzzled himu They
lived on opposite sides of the rained
tracks of the railroad viaduct.
He was still puzzling over the mat-
ter when there came a ring at the
doorbell and presently his iMother
ushered into the parlor a wellt-bulit
young fellow whose square-cut jaw
was hard and determined and in
whose eyes -there gleamed an gry
He waited until Mrs. Boswell had
retired, then he advanced toward the
"I want to know what you mean

by flirting with'*my sister, you con-
fouaded little "miaher,9 was his as-
tomnlhtng con vwmtleon&a.peving.
"I didn't know that ? had been
flirting with your sifter. I don't even
know who you ietstem is," was Bos-
well's defiant reply.
The uninvited gu st shook his
"That sort of thing doesn't go with
me." he declared agrily. "You have
been flirting -Ith my sister and you
do know who she Is. Te chances are
that you have ben larting with o
many that you don't know ust which
one my sister i.b She's the girl across
the street."
"The one who waves her band at
the window?" asked Beswell with in-
terest. The other man nodded.
"I thought you'd kaow," he sneered
trnippb-ntly. "I tell you you've got
to stop it. You threw a kiM at her
"What of It?" asked Boaweli. "I
guess I've as Buch right to throw
kisses to her as she has to throw
them to me. She began it long ago.
Yesterday was first time I re-
turned the complment."
With a strangled oath the other
anu-threw himself upon Boawell and
gripped him by the throat. Silently
the men fought for a moment, then
slowly the asallant's grasp loosened
and his hands unclasped from about
Boswell's throat.
"Look here," he said, regarding his

"Look here," retorted Boswel' rub- see, Ive got two saten",
bing h1s reddened throat. "Yo try "I'm glad you didn't think I was
that again and I'll brain you and hand flirting with both of them," muttered
you over 0o the police." Boswell, "or you'd have killed me
He caught up a heavy paperweight offhand."
that lay upon the table to emphasis "My other slater Is arrive," went

his reark. but the other man only on the man. "She's imed t ea Cap
ariela who tSa conductor the tubanu
"I -ai B&ve been all a mstak servc He makes f"tr trips a day
I ag1 op91 that I can blMap y outi and back, .aWd the otr m
If yrte o yon were samn ag passes our house Wll- arays waves
a sigepal sat tended for you. You to hIl. nSometim-4 b.egp.ere to

spend the day with NeuO and Ae
kisses her hand to her sister when
she sees her ii the car. You, mtke a
fool, thought she was kissing b
hand to you."
"I quite agree with you." sadt Boi-
well sadly. "I am a fool and very
kind of a fool you want to caU
I didn't notice that she only wave
when the train passed. You mse, X
was sort of interested and I wanted
to think that she was trying to be
"Would -ou mind taking me over
and letting me apolog sT
can tell you all about mne." he
pointing to a society buttons f thp.
other's coat and following it with a
siga. "I don't get down to lodge
much, because I work nights @eW,
but most of the old chaps know a,
Hank Boswell."
"My name Is To& Haight," voelu
teered the caller. "I've heard otf
Boswell. Come on over and let Well
in on the laugh. She's crasy ma4, but
I ges she'll see the humor of the
"I'm glad you think she'll see ,"
cried Boswell in relief as he i|psd
on his coat. "I don't want anithE
to Interfere with a plan I hate It
mind for what I thought might be
just a flirtation."
Which plan, as 0 explained ,am
months later to his mother antd Tom
Height, consisted of taking a larger
flat for the t.o Mrs. Boawelis, him-
self and Halght.

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T E L L A hurried Across the street from -the Tolbert brother's suggestion that she sell tlhe and Stella lived in dread of the day
through the errand house was a public park and on the old mansion and purchase a home fur- when he should marry and move away,
which had taken her other street side-it was a corner lot other out in the country, beyondd the but she was stubborn is her refusal to
to the kitchen, and -was another old-fashioned house, limits of the city's probable expan- find another home.
as she regained part of the Bain estate in litigation, sion. "I won't be driven out by these hor-
the hall leading to which seemed to insure the perma- rible new people." she had declared.
the front of the neecy of the landmark. "The home is -q pleasant enough if
ouse, her face lost On the other sides the brick mon- I live on the open side. and I won't let
the sened look it strosities reared their ugly roofs. the seal estate men have the victory."
ad worn while she -Ila had shut up the rooms on that Tat had become her war cry and
had .been giving in- side and in the rear or had screened even when Fleming had urged her to
We cook. For the last the view with stained glass windows. share the new hore he hadpurchased
hI never went to the From the windows of the rooms she somee ive miles further out m a care-
m if it were possible used she could. see the trees and the y-- restricted section she kad de-
,sort of houses to which she was accus- that wheiin'they were married
o4 days she had spent tomed, ad only when necessity de- i st live in the old home. Only
ra Ia the speciOus yard manded M& d she venture into those -m s tactf ence at his crisis
te aid sins the en- rooms from which an unobstructed re p ne d a broi .eS.gagement.
the city ad walled view of the unlovely back yards could a 1 1 a the kithe- safely behind her
t g anl at the rear, be had. --w...a.-d hekitche sr favofiteeer
sebtaroks. 'Stella's hatred of the march of the aer of the pa'ft as f"r as possible
Sm.anmons had been city and its encroachment upon Cas- efrom the sightof the hated, seide-
m Jfor low& rows of tieton was fierce and unreasoming, but t ed rows. The sot eliang of the
rais n the moaot- she had the Tolbert stubbornness and h b t OOr -roused h -d s e called
fgl e Each had neither bet brother Bert nor Frank to w who had ered A the
a rO Is six-foot Flemin could move her deternmia- o of her r's ols vobe ten
e e anoa er.lo t-n to hold out against te. new order u-ckly into the iaNL i early ap-
Ss .ards t.oftoi74, o u.dt- r" e orde" = augured seae eviL
*L n e MiY wash. The building up of Castleton had t has.goe wrong, Bert?" she
bees ct ddow vastly increased the value of all prop- B
MoeI40 the tae"s w- lv- 7%e home lifrag g $g i ilk% o hne ftdeare& try-
a ts rach yer, but this wax fa added their father's business had beft g to forchis Vece ai natural
a aea0!, Mat a reason for accepting herto Bert. He harhadd th t *Everyf-g's xh* t n fain cJ

I had a chtaae to leave the office early
an I came eout, that's at "
"It isn't all" insisted Stella. "What
is i Bett?"
Bet-tried -to laugh, but the effort
was not entirely successful. Stella
followed 4h a-into the library. with
her hand pressed against her heart to
still its rapid* beating.
Once in the comfortable room Bert
seek. into his favitte chair and drew
his skefs, down upge his knee.
* to give youe pain, dear," he
began swotly. "It is only the knowl-
edge that I am wounding You which
puts mse ill01 at ease. The fact is that
Beth .romsed m laUst night that she
wou marry me 0)tune. Frank is
coaogut ktisemg to dinner and
I w edto p bame and tell you so
that m cmuMd get over it before he
S a asps g.qt lher feet.
Vept be married?" she
Sa gee a-g *to leave me aand
tlhe ir 1 ld e ame make a home
someteiewfter* -
"It ba to come some time," he ar-
gu,. d&fnsively. "You see. Beth's
aamt will have to go back west shortly
aan at wil leare the poor child with-
out say protection."
L 'W9 a a 0t to r L

bachelor ki my Ife," he added, with a
trace of irritation. "I think we have
all been very patient with you whims,
Stella. Kiss mellie ta a go" T nd
wish me joy."
"I hope you wi be ary happy.
said Stella dully, but sWe did not offer
to kiss him and she slowly left the
Bert watched her go witlr the sense
of helpless irritation a man feels when
he hat unwitt burt a women and
knows that really he is not to blame.
He made no effort tb stop her, and
Stella slipped off to her own room to
fight out her battle alone
But: here a fre.b shock awaited her,
foe aq she curled -p:- i,the uwdow
seat she glanced *,re -i street and
was hbrrfied to see _o evy-trucks
piled a pd ..,J
before the house assSe

signs to ta her einoea .*
Stela hurried dAown stai and
burst into the library.
"Bert," she cried, '" w e the
house wreckers inm Wr a#%
place. We must M- ert over to1
tell them that they aw belasdg a 'ae-
taha -

"There is so mistake," said Bert
ge:-tly. "There was a decision in the
court of appeals last month. Freak
sad I did not tell you because we dW
not want you to worry about it saw
you had to. They are going to put up
a row of flat houses."
For a moment Stella was stema-
by the announcement, then she we"
over to her brother's chair.
"Let's ask Beth out to diasm too
ni t." she said as she kissed his.
"Well plan for a double weddig
Bert reached up and drew her dwn
to the comfort and protectiaon Us
strong ams.
"I'm glad you're i to gt
and nmargy Frafk, eve m-

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tiv Committee which met at Delun- next year's .convention city formed Prn
Sak Springs on Oct. 9th directed me. the program of t, ecloSag sea- W
ats Chairman .to address a letter to seona of the Grain Dlars NatinsalR
both Mr. Mays and yourself, inquiring Aisoclatiom today. Mr. Clark disc ts-
oe each of you if you would abide and ed the tde o... 1 of "carriers g a
be governed by the decision of the and shipped a Mr. Pratds spoke T%
lupreme court in said matter, n~ --- .- Ttk< "
The committee deploresth f the act " telal Ttcs.
that two names, yours and Mr. Maysiu. ssoc i .. ,

inee for congress from this di -
trict. and they feel that for the *ake4 Yo g.ter omghtnot to tt
of harmony in the party and in the. -
Interest of the primary system. thtt drink cofe But <
only one name should he printed on- Ano.
the oadal ballot. as the democratic mr*eg
irM-vp for congress from this dis- TM
SPlease advise me at your earliest drem
wvseael e if you will abide and be & At.
mowartle by the decision of the so- r of w at
-rae court In said matter .
SThe committee. at its meeting at is good for alL mw -
DePFuiak on Oct. Sth, selected a cam
palga eamittee0. o which I am ex- Twe & easn
9111de ethan, anad I am authorized JAon. .L
to O o id c.-p-i committee -- .

,.........-.., ...a m -i ...A.L W __ .... .M ......

-* c" ". en. fle. tn ehr- __spr_..._

T_. n; te. fm~o.w ,r "I wey mez between hetwa h 1J,,i'i'i'i'i'i'. CL J--e -i
S, mt estv .im i M.t"e's FrA m d and et
So o w KatWe ra, ,

W t -e U of t mee m e t n- s- a ht1e pe o 6 -
4:e =MIN" e 10 eva alb*0to They go on sale Mondway
enm ni tof the nta w0e.-s el -- e --y--- -- -- --- --

u. he f a tO wln the two war- M T E O .
so I rt httant results re pe
John t IIt to follow the con e of this m iagal
cent fleet in such a hearty spirit of
good will. The visk wO give oppor-
The Panama Ct Pilt l 'M Its last unity to cement the fries tly rlatolsme
eaip cotains the already exis ting etw the two a. hA T9 M;-
o was yesterday countries."
ore g bw t Oe Ir ia ne Vice Admiral e m istet oten Pictures with effects, liu
Wood, the popular loCwil e geng- .of umarine,'t write: predation. Rlllned and comfOer a sL
never of the l e-Day ia, by eohn "eWords areede at- to express
Gilbert, a naval. stores pat Swing our w eight in ethe Amer and en
north of Southport, 'aloog the raf war c baejleship -.- I ts _Japan. _The_1 1
The facts as given to the Pilot tween the two nations will be further
are as follow: A-lhestt art -dersd- strengtheaed bhrytSeasppy eetign -
some freight brought Goa ef So fth- ci the two navies., I safcerely hope
port to be left at his IIt Aid that the American*-ca ers and men
not come and aon yest ray morn- will enjoy their setourn In this CORD (p l ei
in; he placed a Rag at ir point where -try."
the road .runs access hIs ia and AAdmiral Count Togt, chief of the
waited the coming of the ,i armf-. general staff of the avy and1 ero h Of
ed wit;a a gun. The Seee- the battle of the Sea a Japasn, writes t
Ing the fag made t sto siflows: I rS 1 I S
before comintag up to r y' -I ncerely welo the va-t of
-passed it before be lib. tis* magnificent fleet, representing a Th
When the train stopped iet red aStie, whose friendship with our. T Ov Sest Best
at Wqod killing him tust ntly,~ country is traditleMal and I sincerely
wounding a passenger that was la- hope theg eets of America and Japanl
ing on the engine. may be the ,happy means of uniting
Mr. Sale at once rired.:the tberiw the two nations In eternal bonds r
but whether G!Ibert'bhas ,4R W sWt- whom security shall be guaranteed ____
ed or not copld not be er*"s t by the men and ships of both con-----
the hour of going to psriS MrWodtrie May our friendship, which h" Overture by 0
was a very populate mnap and lasted so long, conttam to grow ad
never had any words with GIbert. nourish forever."
iSale-Davis Comtan had' built their Admiral Count yTnamoto, ex-mni .
road across a piece of Githerte land. ter of marine says SS oise D nm --Sul
|with his permission, aind-ae i trouble "We cannot but teel deep and flip
it sf raiway apr ptensesasfactionwhenwe think hange Atst.
of it for railway purposes. the happy futures honuld follow .

Battlship Fleet n sthis memorable welcome ro Cook, Boyd and Oaks-In
Harbor of Yodkeluna my heart and souL.-
(continuedfrm.Frt p Praise For Men. Prof. J. A. Jones-In Illus
Lieutenant General Viscount Terau- -
entire length for miles the streets chi, at present minister of war, and
were almost walled in. wnh inter- at one time acting foreign minister, Cooper, Reid & Co.-In a
twined American and Japa*ese em- says: _
blems. The bay Itself ws fairly "Admiral Sperry, in command of a
afaame with bunting, .where tugs and fleet of battleships aggregating more Life Motion Picture. with
steamers, gaily decorated with stram- than 200,600 tons is making the long- Life MOtiOn ICture, With
ers and pennants. lined. the *rhaes, eat voyage ever attempted In naval -
awaiting thousands of excuralonists history and he is very welcome to our
who are going out to meet the fleet. harbor. Such a tfet could not be ac- Matinee every day, 4 p.
fleet- complished without especial training. M e e r .
__ ... :seamanship and discipline on the par. all.
ROYAL WELCOMr of the men of the dmnral's comm nd
]TS I'D--,l w It is a marvelous a chievement and Thr night show. 7:30.
IAXo. f :J&NDUJJevery true Japanes feels as I do in Three night sows, 7:30,
meeias: to The Journal. welcoming the admiral and his ships mission, 10 and 20c.
Toklo, Oct. 17.-"The people of Ja- and his men."
pan, unite in extending a warm wel- Pn_ mi n
come to their guests on the American U N
battleship fleet now in the harbor of II
Yokohama. The visit of these good lllferred upon him in the shape of an
shabips and men to our* empire is sin- ||U PIIl I appointment direct from President
cerely regarded as an additional' taken Roosevelt, according to a well authen-
'of the unbroken friendship whe hasa rr ticated report from Washington.
existed between the two nations since The news comes that Sheppard will A ful
the coming to Japan of Comnmodore be made a night inspector in the
Perry in 1852. Such a runad-the-world UUnited States custom service at Phl;

cruise undertaken by the. magnfl.eent -- adelphia and that he will not be sub- msups,
navy of our friendly neighbors breaks ejected to civil service regulations.
the record of naval annals and it will that case Sheppard will be compaled'Y'l "
be watched until its completion with He Went to0 H itaCC o remove to the Quaker City and daily.
the. mot intense interest became of thus sever his connection with the
its beating upon t av achieve- When She Waded Too Irish-American Athletic Club. Shep-
ments in the futuer o all -jval pow- pard's engagement is thought to be
er Vdi Ynr i River dae to his magnificent performances
"I hope our friendship and commer- duet the Olympic games in London last
1cLal relations with the United States July. He broke all Oymple records
Swill be more closely cemented by this in th eight hundred feet end fifteen
auspicious event." Cyhs mIth tot'thehundred metre runs. covering thte e *
The foregoing are theb words of Chicago. Oct. 17.-A dispatch tothe omer distance in 1:53 4-5. Thelat-
welcome to the American battleship Tribune from Montevido, Minn.,says er was made in 4:032-5. pro
fleet penned by Prince Ito, the fore- ager to.sere.te duk s h court
most man of Japan today, and above winged while huntin with her us- I a
all, the statesman who r presents the band, Mrs. Oto l waded too far nT simil
entire Japanese people, into the Minnesota- river. Her hus-
own hand and affixed his signature in gle to regain the shore, both wereUADDRESS. A
the foreign office today. In this mes- drowned. The bodes were recovered. ..
iage of welcome the prince undoubt- A boy discovered some clothing and.
edly "voiced the popular sentiment of two shotguns on the river bank on H
the people from the highest to' the Wednesday. He did not .report hs THE_ Y .lM i H -
lowest. discovery at that time but Thursday / 11. I l UH Il -
The Associated Press has secured other persons began an tnvestigaton .
the following signed statements on and found the bodies in fourteen feet s De-
,he arrival of the American battle- of water l. lve i, Terre REV. OR. McKELWAY WILL SPEAK of ye

gat, says: ._n mn NOON, HAVING AS HIS SUBJECT will
Cruise Unprecedented. B IE 111 111D decis
"The cruise of this great American H HE NEW CONCIOUSNESS OF even
fleet, an unprecedented underta~kng, U II THRHOOD "
I'ffrds us an opportunity of evidenc- ReI I BROTHERHOOD inge
hin? our sincere friendship and giving --- -- *o ------ Re.d
our guests a sincere welcome. The Iifl l IE lIl luI reall
occasion undoubtedly will make it 1 11 3MI .IIII ll "The New Consciousness of Brother- supre
possible for the naval men ofthJapan /11 l1 /I I II hood" is the subject of an instructive decis
Io learn much from the experiences / I il I11 and interesting address to be deliv- It rei
3f their senior colleagues and the visit ______ ered by Rev. J. A. McKelway at the expect
assulredvy will result in further ce- Y. M. C. A. at 4 o'clock this afternoon, dially
Imenting the friendship relationS be-S.edy' Amnerican Runner to Mv. Meeway as been engaged in
tween the two countries. I welcome An'n' social and humane work for many
the American fleet as an evidence of I, _. A. .4^ years. He is one of the most noted
friendship and also as a guarantee of B GlJVCen AppolAtmaen lecturers of this country and his ad- Ch;
the peace of the whole world" .. dress -this evening will be of much ed a
Marquis Matsukata, ex-premier and by President. value to those interested in this work. whici
minister of finance, writes: Everybody is invited to attend. he hi
S"Fifty years ago Commodore Perry Mr.
brought about the opening of our By AssocIated Prei. D'Alemberte Writes
country to foreign intercourse: today New York. Oct. 17.-Melvin W. Kehoe and the GRAI
Admiral Sperry brings glad tidings of Sheppard. of tie Irish-American Ath- *u I' ,.
ipaoe and good will. The friendly re- letic Club. the speediest middle dia- Latter RepleS
lations between America and Japan tance runner of America and one of _





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just Receivedi

M line of dill, wst and mixed

apple butter in Jeet, fresh amer
SNew and freeb g* e alrivi

509 South Palfex St.

they wffi work br ht easiw-
whose nomhintoa is endorsed or
unced regular by the nupru

,Ladies Don't, Mis
mcn m%2 lr unLa gI

Electrical fItures, desoito

Pheases 345 aged SAB

m- writing Mr. ays a letter
ar to this by this snem maiL
Yours truly, LO X
Mir.. Khs ,Reply. J *
Oct. 14, 1908.
A. H. D'Aemberte, Chaian We have a real good
)emoeratic Eecadve Committee.
Third OongreM iMal isterit of Mortise Lock for the
Florida. Pensacola, Via. mal sum of XI.25 A
r Sir: I acknowledge receipt M ..
ar letter of Oct. 1th, written at mortise lckCk oo very
ild ctlom of the Congressional -mu.h b -tr an a 1door
atIve" Conmlttee, Inquhrg itf I -MCh better o. a .,
abide by a -d be governed by'the and is far U m
ion of the supreme court in the service to th other
Stht courtreaces a decision to
Maysehooe controversy mow pend- kind, We hIm other
before the general election ". n. oka up to
plying. I beg to say I will most m se l Up to
ly and cheerfully do so. If the 5 ith night lat
eme court affirms Judge Malone's t, -
ion. I will support Mr. Ma;; f I
rerses Judge Malome, then I shall .
et Mr. Mays to withdraw and cor-
y support me. _
Yours very truly, O O tflng
No Reply Reolived.
airman D'Alemberte also direct- O
similar letter to Hon. D. H. MayS.
t he sent by reltetcd mall, bm t
as not yet received a reply from Company
Mays. LR,, ,-a,- -+ ,--. p-

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Louis, Ot. 17,-Addreses by T
. Clark, --MmelW Indiana, and
I R. Prancis, St. Loo-; the elect

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w'at IMa.diE Mrnar. .

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rt and assfg OW W&Ii6
owere losa~a. alsme swm
wt a" oooma.S psintS m. N
gsay, makng e SWMWW
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Some Pointed as Well
as Eloquent Commeqt"

on Current Events .. :

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poUsh of the diamond. Very few peo-e
pie, it Is said. can hear prosperlge a-
still fewer children can be re *e (Ib
*ase and comfort without beeWin
.ielfsh, ungrateful, moe or less in'
dolet and thoughtlea of the eae ior
comfort of others. So after, al, Il
the last analysis, life is il the-pro-
as, not in what we attain,. but in
attaeltntu-, The "doing" makes the
hild, and the more difficult the -teak
the nobler becomes the life, 06 3
the obstacles be not many or eat
enoau to crush the spirit '


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5raft' ouce the aelent sand maty
s Sca.-ed are g draed from YYou ba o O idea with what little i
-Anth.e... "terres add the tombs and re-til yo l t with tl.
Syt, WOftenva' m- for the political delectation til you becme aq nted with th
--' a- .--s -d s guidance of the ioble voter. "Re- means that may have the home no
.- ..5& 8.u der te"- -" [1 *,* aing a bank.
-d shops shtitting down" "Ohicago f-
bankqrs all for-" "New York Anan-
"-- believe--". "Prominent Demo-l
el rats of St. LLoiis will support this h
Year for ea-"*
____-____________ __-_-_ ran alone, and it tastes like ~ASlemetic
now. Anything would that b-d -been
roled over the tongue ort such a
legith of time and been found as
But it takes more san today
am this at an Intelligent man
S... .. .. ...e. retofore. Stani oInth IIea gq
rdts of a. panic fifteen O ld,
i th industries and labor nI par*-
yaed, collections wel-nigh impassi- w ort
ble, children In the cities sent break- W Ol
fas.uess to school, the "whooper up'
S t JM for Republisanlam and good times H .
_______________,_________ _mu*ast feel pretty wheezy at timsae.
S11 There is one thing. The papers are c
not sweating much at this job. Wheth-.
er it is a case of "don't care", or
: *":: : "dearth of "spondulix", I do not know,
but both likely. There 1 an Imnldier-
eocme that bales analysis and It would
^^^ 'K:. 3 k IhArirfi- l not be surprising If a wing of the-i
V Republiean party will play golf en
.i-ot d -wasdd an d tomt he For the benefit of all the little gi
scales for theo next four years. you al did wel--b- t little Miss Annie
R t o tak map it seems. alldid e-bt ttle M Annie
hat's good. At such a time as this
the country is quite as safe and pere
S tiga-fled with the chief exetive .
-a Mleep, rather than "peraIdouly". em-
MotelI na k a g mud" at aome y
Lhet haqe Btorf thne 7.
Shere .k A the her s le of the. sea
In a pttyor should it-sp, at w gatt
here, an e fortune. oain w

''- Fd" '/ m qm w *'.*. -m, k nd *here. But, e a s ao is of a sprg.
11W% saved or unsaved. Any condi-
iW.._ o- -, ..W -. .. m. "un. is better th can the rae OUR FAMOUS.
We have some store clothes sad.
fruit, and a barrel or two of eld BLUE RIBBON SPRING
shoes to divide among our neighbors

sW: se-v-- ;i-bm-r", l we It'.s r to -get people e ertode- i $5.00.
L.-s ::_+._,, 4 .:It. __ __.elvo them. Western florida 4s a f
SE r4 C p banker of sand and will always be a s i eoo down, $1.00 a week.
ba nk of sa and nothiB more," etc
evi elm Tetc., etc., Let m teil you. dw ea -
S. er, Florida will be one of th a est
;/ .. .- +,:.. .nagricultral states hi the Union. (IT r T r'T
a.n: 611 W" -4 They 'rf-*e eiWhere "man an"d nature are at e I l I I, l I H ,
^ i i iFlordMak wnillrome anto 1 and b yeaII
sheoIncom ing fast. b ard -. b.a
Odo much for us, aM now weCa*s ____w__tgto_________ ___hrA$50_0
Sailing for the L. & to give ift.
m tV__ :*. -l -7--! '. railroads a ne igaatoleo. Foure i ctwa as 1 awek
f o nr it to treat the in g s other

a mile for man, and a ights that are
Ss c. __ prohibitive for prodl o. O hne a DT
.. .- wonders why our soi s not pioduct- nA Sp l IRT I ION W
vlye! Two homeseekers' ries c
S-are to be here in the near future. We .
will wicome them. Prnce them nu A F
*rau' 0^, a': :4khalt IS B(COMING A NEC[
elegant and imposing building ta West ____
Ott -r r.aFlorida, IAf not in the stateuaimmanagement rater t.
s of Flagler's OaOaer, then tu A tion For Improvemet rch fuits "of trnm
to Pan er College, show thpou t-e .. ..
high school, which is to be; the fne of Nation's Waterways Is natural resources into
Snew brick blocks, the clean streets, And this great need
S(today is meaning day) our perfect NOW Reaching High Tide. the use otnaturl re
S- '- o.. water, and then what about your Tterest in the r Conmin Na passion of markets ai
O S Gh dmmu nmAI s Ml W hMt farms? Yes, take them to the Smith .nteres, .. -h "-'" and the reduction of
Splace-but where are the others? tOnal Rivers and Harbor's living scheme for t
nwbiAsk the L.a N. " randent and su

C y P Extract of Ask it loud and hard. Congress. lies within reach hast
me Only Zxtract of Pegler#AnO.d then ask it over ag"a"pie to an acute appr
I Get all the tourists you please, -" value to them of opei
ot auce of- Oysters and Meits. high or low, foreign or home-made butBy Walter Parker. tically unlimited waste
S. no country can build up its farms ...facilities through the
Dont Take Any SlMbtithtr without reasonable transportation New Orleans, Oct 17.-Following nation's great rivers
rates to the markets. close on the heels O? a generation o their tributaries into
Compare our condition with this rapid development, wasteful extrava- merce.
K tI TM AN S(Ur A 1 'from my old state. New York. A co- gnce and the making of many multi- Hence the huge gene
X,.= JiL yrUL MAN & C Aaiisl. densory factory near my home, 450 millionaires, the multitude of Amenri- being taken Inthe con
miles from New York City, on ae- can workers are now fast coming to of the National Rive
Sount of the scarcity of cream In New see, not only ,the folly of what has Congress at Washin
Try UClIIebrry" Cigar. York. is now sending a part of its been done. but the necessity for a 9-11 of this year.
cream to the city and carrying it more consistent and economical policy
"Id%'arv 1U1 Flour, eight miles by wse to sut o-e the In regard to a1 those conditions which
:w,- most direct railroad leadt to e alect the general welfare. More mil-
.city. it ca take it 8 miles by Mages, loares have been made through
450 miles by rail, and make oe railroad promotion and building than
money than Ia coadeilmSg it. d CO -i any other way because the vast ^.1
,,______,__________ easing brings larger prot thas any lan grants through which raiUroads KEI
...... -. .- other method of manuactring have been run have brought high J
This means that rates are favorable prices when sold by the railroads and
^ .. .- ^^ ^ .. .. to the producer. V/hen such obtains thereby railroad promoters have real- | i
*' .- here, production will follow, and Plor- Itee monster profits. On this patic-
i I-/ L I T V Ida wi!l blossom as the rose-her own lar score the general public has no Vk
blessed flower. concrete cause for complaint since -.
S ithe same opportunity that gave the
"_-___-_ for Sere Feet. far-sighted speculator his million
,,t ever wtib here. miniag, as ey do, t to "I have found Bucklen's Arica gave the farmer, the laborer and the
Mjgs M ate a i- aSknowled-e h st- a-tre alned Salve to be the proper thing to us for cBiness man new opportuaite for iD
- "-- B 0 artlee merit Halur feet. as well as for health ln .the accumulation of fortanm o their
-- ,,,, TCS QTT ~mdom& asn writes Mr. W. Stome, of But aide from all har ful prac- il, i
tT WATCHBS SLw Aa E ch Potand, Maine. It is the proper thing ttees, the rub comes whm beoth the
.: -too for p-les- Try It! Sold under twr. railroads and the people are BrSught Cl agg
attee at all druggists. 25c. 4owa to hard pan and when future Palategg
pronts become dependent upop sUS- 3ge44 ia 1W gM
1.-,. S isrb* for The JournaL ied efort, economy sa in*o-l t gmmr

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taconvenience you may have a comfortae aAd beautiful hoe imn-
e many helpful advaistages of our credit or~vice. 'ihs arise
w,, and by making it almost bfr-re you know it. It's better and

is Exact


size, well

:h $4.00,

al Monday


. Coches.
Heavy oak or mahogany frame, gear-
anteed spring, covered with Iabro
leather. wi not stick or crack-

$8.00 down, $LOO a week.

rls who entered the drawing contestfor the Junior Buck's Range
Ruth Caro, 916 E. Jackson street, Ms the winner.

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.beautiful golden oak, all
artered, highly polished-


$1.00 down, $1.00 a week.

~reut I~

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V Wkwis pay ore Obut you

tin or 4-lb Pelt Matef


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an upon the first
ing undeveloped
sudden wealth.
d for economy in
sources, the ex-
id opportunities,
humanity's ever
he obtaining of
ch happiness as
brought the pee-
reclation of the
ni, free and prac-
er transportation
turning of the
and lakes and
arterie-s of com-
eral interest now
ming assembling
rs and Harbors
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According to the


reau at Washington of tthis-great or
ganisation, of which Coparessman Jo&.
E. RansdelL of Louisiana, is the presi-
dent, "Conservation of National Re-
sources" has been written late Io m
party platforms and into moW resola-
tions by more commercial aWd trade
organizations during 190 thaa ln all
the years the United States have
been in existence. According to Mr.
Ransdell. the wide and absorblg a-
terest in the subject and easeially In
the improvement of the natleies
waterways, has not yet reached high
The National Rivers and Harbor*
Congress is working with an aAtely
definite object in view, that of se-1
mitting the federal cGasWrM to a'
broad and oomprebensive ; policy -
waterway and harbor inmprO 0a6 t
place of the extravagant, whoy u-
satlsfacto'ry and even foolish mWthd
of. appropriating government moneys
for isolated proJects iS repose to
political demands and In payumot o4
political debts..
Some time ago Senator KeNo, of
Pennsylvania, talked to the Us
of the Pittsabrg chamber of e i4 -a
on "The Future of CommereeVO"~mlT
which he said:
"When the federal OWviram as-
sumed charge and eontral of the aa*v
able streams of the l1atetior it a-
tered into a practices lmtaIU with
the states and com ..uasliea bWila g
the streams, that thglr w rMways
should be approved to t .ak~ iNf st
capacity. The statI. MsWw sey,
prevented from laprvnt f at iaaese
themasekea. Corporate ea ae was
forbidden to uadertak te t aslis
tion of. Important stiakbtes a O Z
the cost of their workasM ftrafteMme
on the public. The lgm
ma-t agde it feMMal a. M
ate deelaratoM that it wMS do this
work. That neeeasariy laelves that
it will make the lm om insts ad -
quate to modern needs a-I gB-W
ties. To do any less wo be aoc k-
ery and a breach of good fith."
UAsar a l"ad A "# lslom.

recogaizin h the goverinetal e
tract or Improvement of the water
ways of the country, with a auiea
atof appropriations sad with -math.
S work, as the National Riven ad
Harbors Congress urges-with the
strong endorsement of the comeu
eial, Industrial and agricultural asos
datloas of the Unltd States from tew
Atlantic to the Paeio-the -doubtb
ed governmental contract would be
carried out, with trade, commerce a
agriclturereaping the vast benefits.
sgrea" before you would do yoa e
god Rfa you eodt eat. What wed
cm food do a child when as soo an
lit stErs Itgs tomach It is eates nb
wrma. That's te reasao your beb
q alaing, cram pasty faced and thia.
owe tt W jte'a Cream Vmnifus. It
io ezpel the worms a d act ax a
tOi ifor the chid. 25e, 6 a"d w.M

Oanes =we the Jaursal act eall the

Carr ars we ot authorMsed to eol-
1ect fLrthe JWM OLIts mlather.
teed 080laMeS a Pausseela am .
Mesrs. J. A. Weles, SM. DMach,
G. Lambeeht, John Geimfa aad EMer
.Whte. On the read the per l rep.
resented y Charles P. Steward, C'
U. Porter, R. E Williams aad W A.
eecelpt sipgued by tesae agtluema
SMl e a m.l i d by the 0oe
but nome w Mr.
Dm'*t gr carriers.
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sad eduatikm, As we sea
O ra w!' "Sundat aebehs,
6set est We mut ve educ&
m O 0The Aieoa cool Is secalrar
k.t -t *a churcl have both

i* t te o t It rafter years.
SIS.m U-S- h.1W that knows his

asret nthe great problem of
ajligaSM ila"s,.th.a in the
Wbo. d-ce a week is not
wfiinea I .f't s Vbouid breathe a
hefHay atewphere of religion every
--l e In stol and at home. The
"KInotS -tf "l-l 6Cigo n a- d moralty are thus
1W SORRY *.oarlea and invigorated.
"Otf I e "of Catholic schools they
I&M g 1. -t ueat religious from the
Sm2wtish t eO, a lt of lbs United States. Now
Sith. Canada. Religion
s the a ieel sOms there and
Ilk "w" M.M our faces in shame
w. hbow Of tess Oc thousands of
R e the Uaited States every
hlit divnc s is scarcely known
r Iibw. e are 10,00M divorces
Os n& States to every six In
r o no dimca pay their share of the
a 'Ow eta o, yet they support
A, tsar owv bei*es. There are 1,30,-
1h" gW Asswricasa school children today
VMK giing their education from the
4W.' *rn without aMy cost to the state.
b-4 enw New York state
am"* o (it y e-ar r education- Count-
ltogg aes rages for the Unifa,
d ho m ase s vthe comtry
IBM year frw edation alone
t1a" these CatholMe children went to
anzst year ~ t would eot f117,:
AM0r Rcheel ho-aes to hold.
3Me iiiiam-I oegS of Cardtaal hM-

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tat-e g -SGibb e
hN l bee ispi 1
SB h etthe aboangeduesn

'a m 06 AMN*qit

he hr ksihi anA d her
- d,
Awe la "-.I

be*m 4000s.

pl Ttsme, there is better
1 gg Ossbo m an e n utios
1 ..lrj- do 'UAW' tam 1T9
td-t to lrte te -laboring
Siam -T gas-tr -re than

-rWta, Tme" tlmwaith ting as

-. th W lebor has Its right
/i *'h -sss and -,m ust enjoy
ra fa Rotbe upon the
ltp o atpgr. The prosperity or
an OAgtal is o trspeaent.
M two lOs in our- ecuuomkc
] s- t. 4vetas one into the other.
:A- -Pt u a mt wi Pt the other,
th an the brain could live<
UMOG .~f- fgpert of the stomach.
book M e1 and the other or-
iJU A f o dependent upon the
Cats of Asitration.
u lopsw that all future
ftiM- ,lam.olectas between these
twe forces may be
AttlUd w hbly. There should be
-r f r UL'sU.& with a perma-
in The eourt should be
t. r sthe proper authorities,
IF th an al number of members


tfrm both the ranus of Capit4 a
Labor. I t tis, tles the men

amd',a tp b eoth s Of the asM e
both ales begft^e the m" e o fis a
eM gr-es tis aeo m e I sat 4
Cstu t ofthe court of arhttattae
"Many Mleasags would result fro
the adoption of this method. Whi
strikes ote aggressive and. drasti
aSt destructive, arbitratleo is co
ei atory and constructive. The r
salt la thi former case is datero n a
by the weight of the purse, 'fn th
other by the weigh at toh U Prir
"Strikes- are a very qnesiouabo
remedy Mr the redrep of labor
grievances, They paralyze Industry
they fomeit fierce pasalem; the
lead to tbhe destruction W Iropert:
But, above all. Ihey *t riet
injury upon the workingman himsel
because they keep him i. eafrmee
idJrness ,during which time his min
is clouded with discontent as I
broods ever the situation. Not Ian!r
quently, too, his family suffers ft
the necessities of life during his ter
of idleness.
"On the other hand, no friend <
the race can contemplate with call
ness some of these heartless monop
lists. Like the car of Juggernau
they crush everything in their wai
They endeavor-not always, so it .
said, without success-to corrupt ot
national and state legislatures an
municipal councils. They are so ii
tolerant of honest rivalry that the
use unlawful means in driving froi
the market all competing industrie:
They compel their operatives to wor
for starvation wages, especially l
making districts and factories, where
protests have but a feeble echo.
"The supreme law. of the lan
should be invoked and vindicated
Ample protection should boafforde
to legitimate competing corporations
as well as to the laboring classes
against unscruptleos monopolies."
Against Absolute Prohibition.
New the talk shifted to prohibition
Cardinal Gibbons' frankly admitted
as he has before, that be is agalna
absolute prehiblten. He is' eppoem
to excesses on either side; prohib
ti1s, he insists, is an excess as muc
"LIWAor," he said. earnestly, "wouli
be d just as much under prehbi
ties laws as under well regulated
lteanse. The consequence is tha
UIWs weuld be sold contrary to law
Instead of in accord with the law.
"When a law is flagrantly violated
t1 brings legislation into contempt
It creates a spirit of hypocrisy
deception; it induces men to do in
sidiously and by stealth what the;
Woud otherwise do openly and abovi
board. Yet all good men, all goo
citizens, are in favor of temperance
But you cannot by legislation or b3
civil action compel any man to the
performance of good and righteous
"Let the virtue of temperance bi
proclaimed in all the churches. Le
the family Inculcate in the children
the spiritual and temporal blessing
which spring from a life of temper
anMe and sobriety. Let the father
and the mother impress upon their
children the terrible consequences o
"We might learn a lesson from the
old cities of Europe. which for 2,60
years have been agitating this quest
tion. There is not a single city ii
Great Britain, Ireland or on the Con
tinent which attempts by law to pro
hibit the sale of liquor. They have
learned by long experience that the
best method of regulating this artlelt
of ednmerce is to impoe licenses, to
maintain good order for the protect
tion of the citizens and to punish the
violators of the law.
**High license. I think, is the onal
solution of the liquor problem. The
Infliction of. flnes upon the violators

Gwly In sealed
van "To- protect its-
quality." No~w 25 cmah
a pound at your grocer.


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d -- -a I n ..
I- of the law for the first OCense aad
d the withdrawa&et the lease or even
s imprisonment for the subsequent In-
B, fractions would be proper punish-
During his stay abroad Cardinal
a. Gibbons was quite ill at one time, but
d rapidly recovered his health and to-
ot day looks better than he has for
d years. He was greatly impresed
I- with his visit at the Vatican and
h spoke e Pope with admiration
t- "His Holinesa 'said the Cardinal
i a "seads trOlh a his Messing to all
it the people of th United States. Our
r, trip was a l one. We left
in July, a teart i oftuy f ws. No rM
d lgios ej I wtnae
L mpre me. d Im the Ea -
I oharistic eF." gr-east pub U
t- meeting at Albert Nll was a ruve1l
y tion. Itwasa ara~e hilbtteis
e of the davotio of tE h
I les. '
. "The congress a splendid effect
y in draw = together the diffremat
Sranc hes th church. The Lat
* and the Aglo on groq have
hitherto kept somewhat apart, .bat
e this congress has marked the begXi-
t aing of a great Catholic reunion.
a "The congress. was treated most
* fairly by the Bgitish press, which
- throughout it ail was most fair-mliN-
r ed. Those that were opposed to us.
r were very bitter, but I should say that
f they were the anti-religlous eleuent
rather than any sect or creed. There
e was no politics attached to the con-
0 gress, of course; it was simply a
- great act of homage. That Is its be-
m ginning and its end. As such it wa=
- successful beyond the anticipations
* of Its supporters."
P Suddenly there was the chug-chug
of an automobile without the house
L where the cardinal has been staying
) -the. home pf Joseph T. Kleley. In
Brooklyn. Several gentlemen of the
* clot.- had come to take His Eminence
out to see Brooklyn.
r "You must excuse me now," the
cardinal sa' with smile holding
i out his kamd. & Anyway, I think lI
have said enough.
Five minutes later he was whizzing

up Clinton avenue's smooth asphalt.
He left later for Baltimore in a pri-
vate car. accompanied by several pro.
'.e.r and other-church dignitaries.
m*ay all be very well so far as the
trusts are concerned, but not when ft
comes to chills and fever and malaria.
Quit the quinine and take a real cure
* -Ballard's Herbine. Contains no
, harmful drugs and is as certain ar
*taxes. If It doesn't cure, 3 ou get your
Money back. 25c, 50c and $1.00 a bot-
Sold and ieiuuiAmended by. W. A.
'MAlemberte. druggist and apothecary.-.
.21 South Pabafox street. Pesacola.


The newspaper columns are filled
'"thil interviews of prominent geCntJC
n in various walks of life in which
.:e approaching triumph of Taft or
-e comgo vietry ~ t Bryan is set
h in accordance with the potitl-
professions of those: ntcrvilwed.
iaceere in their expressed views no
a"ubt the manujor are. and if results
-e the opposite of those stated ai
-re to arrive, It i an evidence of a
.,se and uncerilj conkft a* much
it is of the optimism of the pqrtir
.'n who ees in the future that which
e desires to hafipe.
As it was two inmths ago. so it Sr
-Iay. so far as the powerftil fatora
t ieh make up the grand total are
-caeerned. The i ep b lari r Is
*-n with dhismstes rsy
"portant state upon state lsauns u4
-oa ga at degree ts emalmser tatui
Uht for atiomaI control w7 sr
R ei-t tell .
:sees to Ha-ei m ia New ToNW
reat antagealni to De" -Ii
aois1 of the 4divism that threaten,

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A lot of old newspapers,
tied up in neat bundes for
ale, k a bundle, at The Jour.

Sealed applications will 1be- received
from Banim in the City of Pensarola by
tie City Council on October 28thl. l'OS.
for the appointment for one year from
November 1st. 1908 of a depository or de-
posttories of ('ity Fund-. Such applica-
tions must state the rate of interest
which the applicant, if appointed, will
pay during the term of appointment on
teah of the following classes of funds.

On five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) for
ninety days.
On five thousand dollars ($5.000.00) sub-
Ject to check on thirty days' notice.
On daily balances of all funds coining
Itto the Treasurer's hands except those.
Which sbaaM bear interest for fixed periods
or aubijet to check on thirty days' notice.
The aaopintment of a depository or
depoeitsaw to take efrf-t nd interest
to ceemmence November 1st, 1908.
The City reserves the right to appoint
the same depository for one or more of
above. classes of fupds or separate de-
positores for each.
Interest an said deposits to be paid
The city shall have the option of plac-
ing at any time with the depository ap-
pointed for classes I Lnd II. other sums
of five thousand (i,000.00) dollars for
the.e same egth of time. and at the same
rate of interest as provided for in the re-
s pettve claset,: Provided. that not imore
than three loans of $S.**.-OO each shall
he in forre in either of said classes at
Any "me time.
The deloitory shall give as security
a bend for SS.tO.00 for ea.-h ,4.0w-0
.10aO nI clasMc 1I and II. and a bond
W 413.900.9 for the funds loared in
i- 11 .IL the City reserving the riffht to
vepret ttheals bond. or other tw- -urity
f1 ed J- S t any time on thirty days'
otklef t thodepository. Said boadis or
ot r security to be approved by the City
The depository appointed for clam Il
:J- ke p separate accounts for the ser-
ef;-uat orf the City reeevis. agpaying
aout asad makirU statements of same as
requ s k the city..
1- -- *OTICE.
I MJ T i h TeB. Deemwed-Notice
:iww7, ~ I will apply to the
- Oat Penacola, fr
" *LB"me"t of my accounts ad a
t rem the admiLattratiM ~uf said
A&ua. ItS; 1W. Admnrintrt
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Windmelnts, PMps, SAd Graders
Office, 204 Betunt Mdk. Phome W5


blege Went ,Tak at the partr
jiU, Wes m s .theS i Stenci~ed friea
r + do bain baw. -adma
lS. Mr of w bands on softe
of the schism in Wisconsin,
t tars of the stale ticket in Indiana-
S y strife te many i important coa- n- q W4
mmis dlstrits; and yet the same
i nm i each and every
fta R Wl" u p that these things Facy the L r he Vca in
will mot affect the Republican nation- 'wa ... .
al tWicket i Pperis-simp pu Ii anm-
Pleasng to their readers, no doubt, ans wi e --ased
tWt coo graUfyingi to the .l 6 .dwPoste da- -, een
jAw-Rroprlek. amnd e- ofor i 3-- 6obti *-- , 1
ito the rational candidates; soothing The so dytAt eise wnall
-d- ft. a- charming, entrancing, is .in t, a n isnan-
dl-ghtfufly grateful to the' minds of al" a b "- ------ --"
t Ri Bepublicam national commiltteo- =S O L *
But is it true? Does all this Th, osAlSSSimne
stabbing. clubbing, searing. and mo t sae a--- lne 1is
imeakhg of candidates upon the Re- T wl t ai- as if
ublican tickets by Republicanu in a&! "i? wa use a Fin.16du is
A te cinportant states carry no ex- adawr ainai
t l *f danr to their na ion a deeper or i a in .
Set? -The m e ar-
, Are the epubiicea majorities so ti deeS in i
great, their national organization so m am f1iU e
utra g, that defections can exist in-
ranagS their voters in every county TSh dsa" U!IhS I
aw diatrTct and yet no damage oe Grsoewsla (lTlMt
4ane t the vote -r the electoral col- .'l" .
'afge? irauch be the case this year They give a sem a dameidsy
,it wIll *0ow a reversal of all prece- up-w-date pin. They ayca
dento established in prior campaigns. eelw from the ndyc slMo*
- Republican party physicians at this diwsrdaont ees ofde pe pme-
time appear to be prescribing nar- eatious wal upper eciM.
cotics while denying unrest adminis- This mese real dheseatie, net
Steering anesthetics, but avoiding the imitationn.
sonims; holding oeasulrtations on a Yutmumt ant confoumd Alsabini
jpattit they declare to be perfectly with cheap, c.ienal hkal-
,SC u BWA'd well, notwithstanding well gamise-it is as di"erIt ulk is
deOmed symptogas of blood poisoning dilffmt from calicos
and heart failure. November may Kaoemine fad., rubs of and
declare their diagnosis correct, ana lisatl. That is why it is disap-
It may say they were all wrong.- piiaig to people of good taste.
Was~iatO" Post (Rep.)
Why James Lee Got Well. sw
everybody in Zanesvizle, 0., knows
Mrs. Mary Lee, of rural route 8. She The A bab sIi
writes: "My husband, James Lee, firm-
ly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr. King's New Discovery. His' M
leugs were so severely affected that *
conss~tiom seemed inevitable, wien ept. 75-1-0 Witer et.
a friend recommended New Discovery.
We tried it, and its use has restored
him to perfect health." Dr. King' I
New Diseovery s18 ,th King of throat
,=W luag remedies. For coghs ad
oWr it ans Bo equal. The ist dowe q
gives relief. Try it! Sold umder
guaratee- at all druggists. 50c and W4 I
$1.0. Trial bottle free.

*@**** ****** IT REN a telephone call is
Twelve years ago at the National I| j "trunked" it is sent-
Democratice Convention at Chicago a th .. ha--.
youwng man with a good head of hair mg g Ia excnaW
and a full, ae, frank, youthful face into another. This process is
ran down r"m the speaker's platform _
aO took a 'andwich from the hand neceay7 ny m. in cities where
of a friend behind the speakers stand the number of suberribers is saf-
sad the young- man. flushed sad ex c ......n..- .. *t
coted with the roar of the great throat yciently large to require s to
If his ears bit into the bread and erect two or morn exchanges.
-dal: "Do you think I made a hit? -For instance, .
Th cheering of the tumultuous crowd IFor stance.
driwaed his friend's answer, which When a party in one exchange
Is, of course, immaterial, but from asks_ jor a m b- in other.
tAat moment until the present that
young Maa has dominated the Demo- exchange the, oj;iatr -' als-
cratic party of this nation. It is t recall. That is ;Sh COIu s
hry too strong to say that for
.t ev h years be is ad has been the with the "trunling" switchboard
Democratic party of Ameriea; and it and repeats the namber.. The
IA'only Just to bay that the Demo
eiatkc faith which Mr. Bryan has trunkingg" opera .,asigns a
been preaching -all these years Is as line (known as a "trunk") and
different a creed from that preached "" '
by the Democracy taught during the connects the "trunk" line with
dozen years before Mr. Bryan's cow- the number called for. The oper-
Ing. and for a generation before that .
s- the Republicanism of today differ. ator who has answered .y then
.frt that of President- Harrison's rin the party called All this
day.---Pro1 William .Allen Vhite's.rn
article on Bryan in Collier's for Oc
tabr 17. entitled "Twelve Years o-of. O
Mr. ranMSOUTHERN 115s

Gyphers, Chickens and Eggs al-
way em hand. Phone 343. 301 S. i
BUyla, corner Government J F. 1i8.

fw it don Notdo --1

doa waIRk sspbow o
obe waN.

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tid wllsaOWdi Law i
wish plemme.f
A penal w d wig dwh s

tie Company

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ne Talks


irires mucd less than-t tihe
to tell about it.
In all cities in which we oper.
ate two or mo et a theig
are inn ibl# Hmesm

known as "1r,490
requies a seemed or Wk*Bl
the ordinary tepiema
yoe'd ani1 Otirc the 4ifer

The system of trumking a
d by us ha. beas deelope
to a high degree of perf kCSt
By dividiAp the subscribers be
tween two or more hbardt
the load can be handled.=or
effciently and with' greater
promptn-ss. It make for bette .




WICKE CO. Those. F. W
All kinds f bath l tm. ns. aAINTM n AMp DhAP herfor HANO
Fiamurm. ya* Me Jb lbs b, -
\vida m .o a*l. Prices rminini.
da fuorited an amojs 4- w. fommm. Phos me

W. R. TAYL R, -Saunders Mill Co.,
*F-Ge rd" St. Piton TV.
wll put a nw gravel roof tM your 1 t e 7.
bSjie ti os swt n ati-ee. at eto hSea. Doers, Bligds and all klns
Sells =ik, im, Tar., Coent, tc. Of *UMier Hardware. Pait
20 E. Gardesn. Phne. 32B. aessi and Buigleag Materl.

Andreon & Stearns, C. H. TURNER & CO,

Phoae 711. inds B* amhTuba, Cabsot "mom"s01, 10

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was at wqrk, ad,
S:showed. hbin a let-
r she had been
"What you got
1-7. there?" he asked hy

gr~pun* sister. Hetty. In
0 q S Watt from the post of-
l uw next week, to
**Wt 3,it'0iree moethi She's
*ld~ e Spww. I'm so excited
I e' alft. ti-0L Just Tk
*sirr b i w In 'yaiv, you
to o ,m"' said the bwshand
SIrAgImt for potato bous
wines; hat- re heard
saY r s ter was a very nosey
W dhad-&her finger i every-
._ 's lust the reverse.
S' osi s awsbout anyone, and
ahe~a C eetaul about b.rtin
WieTlsms. The folks in
g ,..e.l take to her at
O e -.
i$ml VWebee you *" M h
OrN 6-other. Never saw
sM lk as they .are this
due Ausut Hetty arrived.
Sb was. a tle old woman of 4.n
4s8 for "k. firet half. hour she
seemed ier a4 tasihfual. Then her
S twohpws she found out sev-
One the was that her niece
Mary was nu to Henry David-
d the im: another that Mr.
rdsw ad ad laywsit about
a hssa and &P Beateiqainother that
dIS pfe i ode .a bicycleA
a"~r tth hraep1iew, Harry, so
yq***. .hBeNO thowq over by
as *udMatly, that the
msKt door

uq*Wd* to k-eep all
the*i ber, but rAunt
.>s of a reporter for
"si.t l Tu to hery -w
to l- v some

never associated except with the Miss Church made a rab for the The third call was made at the
best of people. She had heard of widow's mourning bonnet, but house of the bike-riding minister
Miss Church's reprehensible cow missed it, and then helped the When she had introduced herself al
duct, and had called to advise her widow materially to get outdoors, length, taking care to assert thai
to make a lightning change. Matri- She called Aunt Hetty an idiot and she should never marry again
mony was a holy thing and should a cray old fool, and asserting that though there were times when a man

0o wita m we i e to. tell
pepie what wa what, ad he pro-
posed to start. -et -i the morning
and te e the jotk
Next morning, when she repeated
her words. efortswwere made to dis
courage her, hUt -,a she tied on -the
OawU.;n hoiunet she had worn -for
the past. 4 eas with bt one re-
trimmig. she :
"Sara** ve always been careful.
of the society I got ito. anid T al-
ways shalb he. 'N OsiWg out to look
arnund a 'bit and see what sort of
folks vyo have "ere. Tf there are not
all iriht T shall cut mv visit sho-t.
I wouldn't have it fret back to Ohio
which is' a most respectalble. state.
that T'd spent three months in th-
midst .of a lot of. vIW"*n< and vil-
* laiRek. for no mnev." -
S Atnt Heftv made her flrst cat
e-xt door. calmly annonrfmg h her
name. are. sex and eond eon. and
*hrn proceeding'to say with great
"My sister net dAnw a iva that
vonr husband ;q slowly- hut surely
d-inkint iwm+nelf into the rrsve.
you don't know bow sorrv T feet
for wvu. Mvy hsba*d never drank
Anvthtin stronger than eierw. and
n"lv three rlasse a day of that. hnt"
T've seen'mnany eia" of men ,ofa
to des-tvrtr.. Di-i vwo ever try
sewing him u1p li a sheet when he
was drunk and hIeltless and then
wr.ttInr the homewhin on to pin
wood and keon1 T knew a Mrs.
Tones. whose hvnsb d "ed to come
h -*e drunk. and she-"
But at this poittt Aunt TTetty --s'
OatoWeed awl eturne one doors. Fie
minutes after h- bhad gone. the
woman was standina- in MrX. tracdhaw's
door and talking even more frankly
to her.
Aunt T-Herttvy d .lan been tnlV
that a certain old maid in the virl-
latqe was trying to "catch' young
man five s ears ,.ie thaer: er-
aelf, and she was indiufiant over it.
The resppetable state of Ohio per-
sittedl nthinw 'of'that sort within
t9 borders. Yft was oinTy? hre or
four. houses down- and shle was won
at the door iuringo' ftW "Miss*
ChurchL. "-'
Miss Cherch appeared. and she
was informed that ie stood in the
presence of Mrs. Badtha 's only
sister, who was a widow and had


not be fooled with. If she wanted to the gossip must have -come from about the house was handy to bring
adopt the young man and become a Mrs. Bradshaw, she indulged in- in the wood and run upstairs and
mother to him it was all right, but mysterious threats of -what would down cellar, she said:
as for taking the kid for a husband, happen to that woman before the "I have called to say that if you
society woud ot stand it. day was out. 2 4. ....' .:. had a pastorate in Ohio you couldn't

e hold it for four weeks and ride a to much. and therefore I'm not dhie
bike at the same time." appointed. In a village like this I
t "But what's the matter with the suppose a girl must marry most any-
t bicycle?" asked the surprised minis- thing that comes a!ong. Do you
Stcr. think you can earn the bread and
'"It's just the same as riding a race butter for the two of you?"
horse. It leads to swearing when The astonished young man
yvoU bust a tire. and it leads to gen- After the meal she tenderly tied on
-ral cussing when you strike a stone that same bonnet and resumed her
in the road and go flying over the investigations.
:-ndlebars. Even our lukewarmest She had learned that her niece"'
hurch members were not allowed fiance was a young man who had
ride them." just set up in the cooperage busi-
tmness. She inquired her way to the
1iit. my good woman. T have shop, and when she stood before
'7",r no objection from any mem- him she said:
r of my congregation. T use my "I didn't think from what the
'ed to fet around with in place of blushed and stammered and tried to
!,orse and buggy. say something, but before he wae
"Yes. I know you do. nnd my sis- able to Aunt Hetty took her de-
says she never sees you in the partnre. saying as she went:
,ipit on a Sunday without thinking 'How you ever got up enough
Sof your meeting a cow lying down spunk to ask a girl to marry you T
t'" he road when you are whizzing can't se. but I 'spose youll turn
i c'own hill without any brake on. out like the rest of them and boss
I When she thinks of your hitting that the roost in a week."
cow she shivers and almost stands Then the gir' who had thrown her
n. V 'hen she thinks of you flying Nephew Harry over for a better man
through the air she holds her breath was found winging in her hammock
for von to come cdown. and in hold- in her father's yard. She -was in-
in" it hlie m Tc.-c Untt +h- c"v-n. formsc4 that -had s9uch a cae been
"Urn! Indeed! Well. T think I will pcjrIcUt~d in the state of Ohio,
r11l on your sister and secure her she'd have got to years in prison for
statements first hand. You wil it, and that all the Bradsahaws and
niease excuse me. but I am very their neighbors thought that Harry
busyv this morning." 'had mrde a fortunate escape.
"0. Tll excuse vou. but if I were When the coquettish youag lady
ycu T wouldn't prance around on had answered back'for fve minutes
that hike any more. I'd rather walk without drawing her breath her
or vet a mule." mother came out and talked for &e.
Then Aunt Hetty took a walk to Then Aunt Hetty took her de-
see the town and to get up an ae- partpre to meet a woman 06 the
tite for the midday meal, and d nrg street ant tell her that the moral
this interval the minister called on ftwmphe*e of Rawmmville was en a
Mrs. Bradshaw and had a somewhat par w.4, that of Sodomn, and that an
acrid conversation. asthma emst soon be expected.
When the visitor finally strolled in Them she made her way to the iad-
she found tears and recriminations shaw house to pack 1p the
and protests galore, but she calmly thing abe had taken from her t
untied the strings of that mourniag and to say to the family at lrge:
bonnet, looked it over for any dust "I case to stay for three mouths,
that might have accumulated, and but I must take the train back to
then placidly replied. Ohio. I felt, as soon -s seeing the
"Sister Sarah, I am from the state town. that there was -o-tct'in!-
of Ohio. and every woman in that morally wmeg about it. bh-* i
state always does her duty. I am in have maide sure. In the stat- of
a foreign country, so to say, but Ohio the people want the truth, but
nothing can swerve me. Society he It ewr sees to hurt the min-
here seems to be in an awful state, sisters. It is go6dby alL"
and if I don't find any improvements Aad am hoar later Aunt Hetty and
this afternoon I shall have to say her trunk and mournig-onnet and
good-by to you." plain-peehing were speeding back
Bradshaws said that you amounted to the Beheye state.

- x. ~ SILAS

.. ^-^ ^-"OtC .S.ILAS
^dy.n be had


al his tas ,ea Be-
c anome. e-
Sand dark he sold out
Ill sawmiud and t'
S t at weft bouseto say
r Jane, I'm going to Yur-
Sga freyou don't mean it!" she
ogiueo mwy eats I don't! I've
about ffor the last
Years. 've been waing for
was a man to come along and give
me iy price. ITve sole out, lock,
tk ad bmr'l.and I'm going to
alrt Oet sad see things."
Ser will go into
Let 'em fit. Yes, sir, I'm going
toy Prm gung to see towers
aad ae and -URers and mountains
s ad graves sad rins till you can't
reat I've worn old duds around all
nay life and now I'm going to dress
A over there and be one of
aer ie puddle. If

thiot kI tr;tWsay-Ow
,Vbacks Sila," protested
.'a lot of f9 "
IfSfA a iisg- It's jest tab-
f laMea end getting away
theme Sohrwhidder womes
A wp D .are ta ggin after
WA a I s a feIler who has rung
t he b4lo Thwr day evening pray-
h I

', I watched the fur-
attua 'vns balked up
almst the curb on
11gl .w'k- 4"O e si aid
rad I sa eamemIberel
M 3gleoylt prom
*"We will have
w eryt hig aow in our

ed b r tae ta mad the
ag ng et Stasw en ow d e.h*

was gteaossuistie of R 4gley'
oitraiom of iam (God"a tha hb

so eb me had oevw had a part.
S. had pbase the OIsad asees the
at ft fromv her wbs homes sad had bul

as the y
agebnd Jha b elAoed oveher
"e-aMs- b tad out datefts l e the
m p ea hack to Mhiam as ahe
She aidroded furate be-
-a oecnsa es

er meeting for the lat 27 years cam
to urp and see the grade of
S wit aM ting to .go
-rtnersbip with satan. rI a-going

The deaeeon te ed at her for a

long minute before replying. and it
was evident that he was turning over
a serious problem in his mim. Fin-
ally be saed:
"Sarah' you are nigh 4o years
"Only 39 next month, Silas."
"Eor so years you've been trying
to catch a man."
"How can you be so cruel? I
could have caught a. doze but have
never met one that appealed to me."
"And. Sarah," coainued the dea-
con, as hw- smooth away at his
knees, "you are about the homeliest
woman I.Lever onou *ar
"More cre. if I get to
we g I layhatre hyst-ics.
"And therefore, Sarah Jane, I'm
Ioing to take you with me., I'm go.
ing to do for you what you can't do
for yourself-marry you of."
"Silas Bradlear

still eared, hut the umadf of the
ms seemed very deAnke. Thmere mmm
a horrid woman, to_ sueiatendinig the
Operation o-eWmouIg .-
"She might have waited uatil after
the marriage," Mi3lte tel herself, "be-
fore she came to maumt her complete
triumph in my very face."
It was became of thia mame woman
that they had parted. Miman had
wanted to be the at, woman" to enter
the new house when ft should he dne,
and she had looked out one morning to
see this busine-like young person let
herself in with a key.-
It had required hou for the
Intruder to complete he r mqetle. and
that evening, when Jim d called
Miriamhad sent him way with the
curt explanation that a e mad found
that she did not e for him.
Head begged that she te hi what
the matter .was and su itd that
there might be sme mstiake, but Mir-
iam had trned a deaf epr to his plead-
iamg amd after halt a* of his let-
ters had been returned, Jim had writ-
tea no ore.
Miriam had told heelf that aim was
gld that he had mt-.e_ =are pwr.

saet, nbt she had bot half persuaded
herself that she eally was glad.
Now the preparatios tor the

-amsff she hJ* iad

"You shall go along with me and the rest of us who don't stop clocks
Ill bet a hat agin a bunch of catnip every time we look at 'em."
'that I'll marry you off to a lord or Deacon Bradley did not fall into
duke or count before we head f6r the hands of green goods men or
home. There's to be no hanging bunco steerers on his way to the
back on your side. You've got to steamer. He not only reached New
accept the first ood thing that
comes along. Itll be my riches
that'll bring him around and you've
got to-do the rest. I've heard you
wish a thousand times over that you
was a countess or lordess, and now's
your chance. You can marry and
stop over there and Jivc'in a castle.-
Tf the feller thinks he's, getting -- -
couple of millions with you he wron?'t
mind your looks, and if he turns.
rusty afterwrd you can get that
temper of yours up and go for him.
Yes, Sarah. you shall go along."
Sarah felt a bit hurt at his way of-
putting it, but she let that pass and
entered into the spirit of the thing
with great enthusiasm.
Spoonersville was amazed, dum-
founded and critical. It was a tows
founded 7o years before by Zoab
Skinner, a worthy man. and never
since he built his log cabin had a .
resident planned such trip. Some
saw widespread disaster in it and
some demanded that the deacon *re-
tire from the church which had
known him so long
Sarah Jane could not keep the. "The Duke."
secret to herself that she was going
to "Yurup," to catch a husband, and York all right, but by sticking close
for the last three days before get- to the vessel he landed in Liverpool
ting off she had no callers except with his sister as safely as any, one.
the widow DeVoe, who wished her Then a tour was beg-i that lasted
luck but sighed and added: for six months. The deacon was
"Well, if scarecrows can get mar- real good to Sarah Jane about one
tried, then there is hopes for some of thing. He did not hustle her. When

they had seen the tower of London
and a few other sights he said:
"You may not catch on to a lord
or duke here in England. Most of
'em are on the other side selling out
to American girls at so much a
head, and don't know about us. Take
your time, Sarah. We go to France
and Italy and Greece from here. and
one is sure to bob up sooner or later.
I don't want the folks back in
Spoonersville to say that you are
man hunting, though as I said in the
.beginning you're got to accept any
reasonable offer."
* Three weeks later, in Paris, the
first count offered himself, but there
were objections on both sides. He
wanted an affidavit as to the finan-
cial standing of the deacon and what
was to be his share of the divvy,
and the deacon asked for a list of his
castles and mortgages, and so dis-
couraged him that he broke off all
further dealings.
The second count came forward
in Italy. He told Sarah Jane of his
boundless love before seeing her
brother. He had gone into raptures
over her eyes, hair, chin and mouth.
He compared her figure to that of
He had seen her in his dreams for
years. He had watched and waited
for her, and now that she had ar-
rived in Rome on the "Peanut Ex-
press," she must be his.
Sarah Jane. like a good girl, was
as willing as Barkis, but after the
deacon had looked the count over
he said:
"Sarah, it won't do, I'm afraid.
He's a count all right, and he's got


so many castles that he has to use
some of 'em for smoke houses and
hog pens, but he's got false teeth,
wears a glass eye and there ,baia't
no doubt of his being troubled more
or less with the colic. We would
want to take him back to Spooners-
ville long enough to show him off,
but the critter might fall to pieces
before he got there. I'm thinking
that something better will turn up.
in Greece."
Something did. They had .only

been in Athens four days when a
Greek who spoke very broken Eng-
lish. but had something like T7 cas-
tles and as many million dollars to
run them, fell in love with Sarah
Jane. He wanted her without mon-
ey and without price. Indeed, if
there was any' money to pay he
would hand it over.
He had a satchel full of creden-
tials and a barrel of shrugs and grim-
aces, and when brother and sister
found themselves alone the deacon
said: .
"Well, Sarah, he seems to be the
feller at last I can't understand half
&.- A T _.- **. *Ik_ .--

to Spoonersnt*c and make a Yankee
of him in about six months. He's
got a title of some kind. though T
can't make it out. Whatever it is
it's as big as the title of sheriff at
home, and I guess you'd'better en-
courage the thing."
' Sarah Jane "encouraged." When
-Athens had been done they moved
.along to Olympus and the Greek fol.-
lowed on.
.One day he rode out with them to
visit some historic tombs, and all of
a sudden half a dozen hard looking
characters appeared and brother and
sister were made prisoners and told
tIat they were in the hands of
brigands, of which the lover was the
leader. They were carried off into
the mountains and there were no
further protestations of love.
On the contrary, the chief talked
of money. He wanted gold-green-
backs-the scads. He wanted 1o.o0o
big dollars as ransom money, and al-
though his English was poor he
made thg deacon understand that the
sum was very reasonable. Also, that
if it wasn't paid by a certain date his'*
ears would be sent to the American
consult as souvenirs.
Deacon Bradley held out for a
couple of weeks and then made .the
necessary financial arrangements to
have his baconeand get back to
Athens as a starting point for
He was quiet and Sarah Jane was
humble. After a time sh. ventured
to ask if he blamou her, and he
looked at her a long time and then
"No,lI can't say's I do. What rm
blaming is that I couldn't see
through it before we left Spooners-
"Through what, Silas?"
"That after the Lord has let a
woman live to be 39 years old with-
out getting married, he don't intend
that any critter of a man is going
to peddle her off by toting her
around the country. We start for
*_ ~ ~ ~ ~ I A __A-. __ "_ A

be says, and I guess its the same honie tomorrer. Durn lords and
you but to tell you how unutterable is didn't know that there was a woman at you what I thought of your condunet. with you, but we can take him back count and dukess
my contempt for you." the bottom of things.- I could, then I eame down here to tellon y
"I tik tu t you have gone prOeD t "She's tr this very minute super- "There is no woman,' insisted same one who came and spent the irmed. 'I .d't know it, but tbir
few mto that's" aid Ridgley. "ann the morning in the house before I saw it chief deorsor is a W She was
what fresh occasion has moved you to myself-and you promised that Ic there the Ik tih- to memure fr the
reduce your silent contempt to words? .s should be the mrst woman to cross the curtains, I eagi the ame Am to
Is it about the house" threshold." settle the i ma,.s -%s is the."
"Your conscience proves your fanlt, "So, that's the trouble, is itI" asked e "dAd 'Ate 3 &AV AA g to be mar
declared Miriam. "You might have had idgley. "Why didn't you tell" this nd oak ie n .
the decency to sell the house." before?" t ae Im Am y to re*
"I suppose that that would have bee o W hat was the use when you kew r aderl a yourlr m .
the best way," agreed-Ridgley; "atsobbdthegirL WM o sr
as the real estate m market is n ow, I IBley It musth avrbenso meoner you. dyeoua toado.
co not se to any great advantage. ley. 'It must have been meo from you n te ido
It would mean an out-and-out amed- ,tL decorator's. 1"11 cal up a n& "aW =mVWm = ws
sIupoe ht tenmk ^ out." of the cmimmu l his fews ansV-- Y
t s There was a brief interval in the tele- tender as he b.-a ees e to the
po that sentiment makes o phone booth, and Ridgley emerged earls to whi Ms remie .
appeal toyou," said Miriam o ,nfully. f r Iriling, t had beam of -d
You seh o other woman fm t ; | / 'That is what it means," he cop- al:me a gain i his own.
hoie You have had your revenge," sheP m-
al am not yet risk enough to keep a FROM JOKfLAND
a lifetime through setiment e- HE BELIEVED HEI. tere about half an hour ago and
minded Ridgley gently His Sister--So you arc engaged was shown .to his room. Now n hai.
-But ,since y willn ot eome toi sh, M are l to Mrs. Weeds, are you?" dt oa.Ms-happencd?"
the boi with me, I ha to ake ofe-th. Her Brother-"Yes." said the il pusher.
er disposition of it. We bad all of the y '// ) yHis Sister-"Do you belive it is 'id amnates at" continue
furniture ordered. I bad it stored fmr m'e you or your money she cares Lor ,the ker jggler, "he rushed back tr
more than six months. but they tell me most?" he ,otc6, ads a March harc, ana
that a house furma hed euts S mere Her Brcther-Why, for ae, of j a oer me, fiurativly
than an empty one, and I hav come to course. She declares she loves me peak It sees that heb d cone
the comeluaes that it is best to with all her might." hre for the purpose of doing .te
Memtiment awny ad make we et His Sistcr-"Yes, but a widvow'vediatL-tt by toma on tie gasaid
.spstl I hav tied up. I auare ye that mite isn't much, you know." I assigned him to a room lighted by
I fee rome too pleasanty about it, sft ., .
I had to put it masthemarket." WHY HE alCJ u...
-ona thb arke t..d" sob1r.11Wo MD -Some people are chronic kickers," W 0T,
y call eaRcoming to 1he there wh A growled the hotel clerk, "and it's a Psoecum's a*
woean who made all the treml use trying to satisfy them." '
ting it oa the market Do yu What's the troubc now?" querel i- -
that y a goingto marry thatber the reporter. he think sh VU
rid wosma *Not Unless I nd.. Y to Reconi r Your Rejection "You saw that sole
"It's the first Pre ever bard of a Sid ey. -chap kig a get-away s yo caei v s o. Ali fayf
*hrrid woman,' declared Ridgey, ltA thdinga~ ," explained Mriam be- IS in? rejoined the man behind w J gol i g to 4 eBtp,
Q"aand o I east very well marry he. Itwam "s i n-tr ed jit a sne Ieal *Tes, therems," n d Mwiam. "The tea-arat sparkler. "WeL-l he be i w a c, lll"tm *

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cthin t n' 8 ageS* hemeet epaii e 1a sib feet; pt t ovide the silver dollar r the chrIst seamen the world tic. A bage which shall distinguitpsh gra o p ap er.e
ema55iment parag* Mthi? s thf wild worth only has c as e thei r w aethsa at ts glo hae alhseaod betenr and the ryilaoss of wger earners in

the eteahiscitytabst He hts i th etpra e apow eoothant of -rblba ti *e fort the n iatu a e gleeo tes the ant

>>0ea bat se $Ma@ 1 aRl ata bbubeat iS t na s sayd t (* e tstia sa -Brteb begate Uo f- oglaroinerronat ional con v enti on lead to uis, as y p tion of
-ehtse e.trht*ee iseusseo a nd improve m tCon the rfect l eted ey readi-

TrAi. .bCd tolae r t aba t A pd- i tebound erg ea t pe t o tt tBot1 e matns t p on of rea er n l anhe I dagh appear t

late btsod eb ou hat teo t talyose to wl e anadJ.Raoa hpestablihe atcthe a sutaee quarter o s roe t n ad ih aads H Mh s th

TO MIeve toCA-" tryw Qinisat themn sa s uceo a dlot"got l Satoer seame Fu rny sh i nget fort M od.en by dth nwory'a noi Aie l s. th S an 0er btt. le- .Tb
of ftwh itsh-o m eratt t Seferine ll workers aros mag ben a l o the geralt. M famiP remed fdr eiee, byiaA.
ein h al vr h wihwicntdldoelafkInadecelte witherwiseanoso bepro-DAema toerxtftheoBre an d a bohewylo
lmmag ors.~ g__ Ia pert i ofe gr ate t mpertinuly tosuT to se pouth P atao s m peaptes
batingtgwaveg a. rinr
ge ~ tb sa hm a rs b y it thi gdit te h forA mer i can sEeteate e fhdi iatltrn. ThiTere lha bee pealt-
_0 0y1a0 ge-i itPwats ado ry es tanot ev aosts the*peo e a te dolk on forotalndtgeftewolorgwl ennyabgnil e
ag#4bLi@ M haItcaicMU oftedt eA- b ut me Masr f ver toefl i am otalaein sboftfd i l- e

a seeow hatealtes t de6Zatap wenwor ea,5e7By00hd rrs oncsan d t hat he d so e a ote
mlos"s fThey hgahbe e as po itt wa r d ebon te S te e toa a proet Chn as wnt ell ass t e'mst t hy te
xa d thee t a;payes e ve else. It 8 SrkdIotfawswedn dof theiworldiforcHas.Abav frewhichsshaldin mind.gaee

diB aist heeSwvook *2 andt0 allother b s ofoben sigtny the es for god a on brthew Av ean e ae T

haftU i spounded aua n t o t

"go.e. rnTa iote Was L ae"yien affected by the exhaush ]e ie. d f'igr- C_5UbaUthi ;
--^ i .. .... .... .M ... fr t tta of & & ba r i-----v-- rn-...e-t paper-" mone-y -a- EXHAUSTION O- NATURAL RIE West and are vitally concerned In the H I bn
As Vnewrii lpapecr money thiatO O WeSert athe government to conserveS
Ini --wrx _. a o w ,I.,VE as aitc d6 the remaining supply as pole he wl pleas o s wM, ,
-"every-day taxes N MOW ,,,TO..SK,.-.ANS OF.LIVE- -sie-for continual usefulness causes a t
Il'. .peace. wether It be sdut so | LI MOOD UN LE SONETHeO 18 ro the gnc of e ftlonal for- knowimaedrsa.d Swi. -d
Sil c atthe tThe pele Ut not W t .. DONE TO CHEC K WASTET THEY Sets SM a to private owners
_.Ima.w. Be *t Nusm os se eI vaOe Idivliduals to Iste Ieapy for ARE TOLD-LEAM -I Up*HOS to ttees i a syste..atic and Czars are _quite cames i
Sfor Southernpt- teiw it andt uvet l-t WOaK OF COMaSIO NTER- ay. Accordinto the x- this world. Ia. R sisa
Sreit. l the i" t euichwrd wth a.; we with, shu d be a goverto ot, ,EST IN COMI e. nSta, our present rate of cutng is a rBulgarpian ea.ry.-toWash Iat I l .
p aoiag but weN-sa.teds, wl ft .1a 1ek, etkoted under the i ssued fr the people, Sa t oepe AOUED. three UN that of growth, and at this aid.
wa" CvAl -yf f erteIt ane... n the United States treasp as other -NWi a "
tax money is deposited al It' iato
. *I "* circulation by paying the c1atet et- Chicatg Oct. 17.--Over 1., 6 I d
S I rf sIad goverameat debt Just as Peol e ,-r m, m tha lt the t tal
W Iether tax money is paid out. or lean. WW ears i the OtaIN States, are wt it t her
_ -- --' - d for a consideration, aI other directly deptedes t sor thef livehI a fr
Our isal clisma mvit edsa ? *eabl ssesp sah ps eey is loaned. OWn L, Ira, tiser, the soil *Ai -
Trees asd lans, as Cirus. ra*dfurk. IMs .Pecans, Persim- mThi question is in Isaait q w e *t1er natural resaces which are-
S a M, RW, Shiet isa a. of ang c stomets be t On termined at the November irap idy sInta eubeasteo seorl to .W
th ueuiseies ~ma j u ates s ode ad eleetles. together with the qwatsa murs which hive Just .et
=A"s. pub. .. are epenly agtan We. Aeere gs to the Langes, the. dd
/ Im- b bt them.e..poeI s:,GoofteoVern hvtldaIle wa"te of the natit_'s woeaolthdmr!II- ".
SWsmo e&omeaft paper moey ad gnanteed in uinkug alorafg proportcad o h
&W *W SO. dP sh*e.. *few people reha o thewatto V"14 Indsa
mseaetary Igiereases a the Custy as Weaske Will be adloot*
gom maelw aot oamIt to umederstn and At Is aOd by easMes deaie- to AIe shthA
iny a ti-in the Intelseie of he wats. n was w IeinteS sm a1-Si
S.People o America" that lead me cleatg up'tis poiU t that the pUeMt% a"
&- sincerely believe that the epmft Intagtatiets wa a takeknh,- -sa 6 t W I
Bomean party is Jas new f6gr weig- remults, which ae now male l ub
e4 an nhe balance and found wanrg-naC disclose some lmtmetiag facts.2
H. P. LASON. Th7 fArst subjeAt to receive att.
DBaNSI" WPM 5 __- 4 luah. wlatg o-

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the bridal party, and many friends, visit M rs. C. LoW. MGocaof1R 1
and amid Showers of rice the young Mrs. W. H. o has returned O
couple departed. They will be goners. W. H. Nosthtp has returned
M I11 veral w evisis vario-S poplatr Thfrom a visit to Atlanta. Mrs. Northp
several weeks visinmgvariousepoints tprshelmnohrfre
at If interest In the noi, and will Pensacola friends in Atlanta, which
mpend seome tifm with the parents
t the greamn In DSaviBe, Ill. made her visit-&wey tleasant oe.
O T.-Many 'and handsome were the The many friends of Mrs. W.B MB HI UN M U
eb b PWNd1Wr. -- young coue. A large number of' is iprvvm at th hSlat Sals
- ,t-pwife gueld gsts we e present. residents 'of isiAu- . actte.oslatSal t
-, __ m h ii d ut., Musc ee and out of town guests, b N. C.
-, . / Mrs. Those. Siampson left last night .
SI fo t e di-.- or aher home inn Norfolk. Va. Mrs.
r --, N OSiapo hsa bee on under the wea of
'*Dr. Bryn atI Brysa's aitar Bmn faor a- .-
.:-;+.:e ..the Past two mb__a very success patr ad sc wWi be
SMrs. I. Peorbeimer, who has been quent orator. A- jaiatis is e- nd lte will 5
^ visiting in New York and Philadel tended to all to attea these Meet- treds thee.
Ch wphi& for th pst two moths. is Iex- In.
Cl ;.meI' -pected home Mnday afternoon. AT
Capt. and Ma. Chappelier, who mobij, Ala., t e~ma a bue party. Ribbem Is aS
.*eo..- es, -r- i .P7,^ ^t hove been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. He will be ab ent i v a e "' te5 I
*I'awiiUiH 4< Bailey. of the savy yard. left last dys. ed, lerior erd
S i orf Ne w Orleans, where Capt. tat.
is stationed_ Mis Mrgaret gtm
3Ga Isteue Grant entertained Pr via sie* a. I. w. Morse,
d.y evet ae t euachreat her lne w ark. t
on West Chas street. The game
___ Intee op. eig e, anw the eWeo- es aar -mt wh in
? 4 -$ .. T INDOOR GOWWiWOF CLOTH OR .lK MATERIAL. Iag ssethiw y spet. has %en vi*ilagi sa-:-. Ifr W.
S2* I8alwP - V 4U The sketch hows a sa&rt frock, which could be oped fa various iOn. > ylr er Ip
materials. The model was of pakis h gray pause elk. o e ec statin- ev. Osl -h Hf1. t0e Lational ,, -
*7ejjTM' "i C7 -ed on each side and a scarf at chlffs cloth, edge wh slUk Melg to iPogUest of the Chrstian nAieteor, .. -
Smm h .- eatch, slipped through. iray n was appd the bodice in a Mm c Ala. -wi bI heere e N o- r. .
S1 irregular scroll design, a tIe slTes were of shared chiffa cloth with veber th. to Coduact a series at Jaw l -
rows of the cord along the inside seam. The yke was of cream lace,. ad meItigs at the Pirst Chstr n day ir w
slow, =,o WAR. the skirt was a aia eaUlar wwfk a seam down the idle oa the ft a. -c as M st case suet. He i.t a Wrv Y
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-- own I av st=watr wal
4Wbe" at s of Mrs. Thek.* ass iM h p ei is sebsy a eero re si g

Rmrt ee Ausona, West De- 9 oh A12mtme ernestlygre-

> ^.M ?la Mrs Wm Rac d B rs Hc Lreaet lem hatios mui m' 1 lak at tae church on COlor beautiSA Of
SS Tuharmm J. t a a. d Mrn. H. 4 b e Ph Ohi ts o ... ....
seret, h ty er r asi m Hosy wemerm. as it expecteT. ere SO .
Mrs. A. A- reone long. an e
t'l-, -u- that thas w oneAbe"M A

S, i m v ryn f; n.-rea ly anae ese Thee geo n. oys iM vc a
i s+ ,.JS.. .o , $f tereck see. which ot stles ttlres. First Baptsrt ah r h on N rth ..

, .'.++..IW I Mrs. WH eah. W IlsB B emon she ... .me a, e .. ,a- . ..r wstreea tno er, o n cno-- o ru o'f f *'-^V//]t/ / t
usely thePp th*1eta the Apoole ofothe
10 1 Xi Mrn. o. Aont. aest WD e-# M Gl S an the yed di
f: g.: S3e 21 Th, soft t ve eity, l. THE W IS LAMENT. -
-** ; r ~~. Te., orsa Se&, W .ednesday Oct. 21, e t compleV. Nadias la Cresa rhiner I OOn_ h w
|n*.a"l. sld in every rVt terto 1. -for the simmersl ead; and all ad
*il t.., Wila.m th souls.*rthe: semtof.iHetastre funeaO ieo 5 T- OUS -IVa Y.

pi. in 1). "i- i .-k -. ,.m i s.- ^ h s - .m-w --be-no-eveningsrvices., /
,l M a t M-s r to R ec h, E tns" to Ites m onne. o-nae e v-t-n
ame ng whom were:.Mias MIrtan iot (1liiuWo8nga

alsee +os ss sma u seesb ti -0 Wq ow be s e n- i g Yo iur e a iarly iS ip
gathis s e a i set es o rs. Ns eista, W1 en4 n r. and ly Mrs! ao na*ib1orn, oll h r twen in dthe wne Theaoln

+, f 10., ^Sl ^-O ,- :. m m A wL tANC be--c--a.-u~--e thr ey e Mrseh.a nd oeeo eiR thl it Is- ta0 pa-t # toBa dpbo trl ki loftl ily'e
-. _n a"... e -n..n." 3:30 9.ow,HE and ne and l te Tdoi ._ .. ..
-t-frishnessand aexquist itet-ruf es r ghirlo who fore

C IL. rG,-. Vo8n). s- ted wr eery ig amn e...e.le "9 fr es gnirlTah sadtadalls ...
end.a$1.00et he ac trage. toos o ,- th efa e t has f amerl cinoes fYeeM Rdrr
.I.v d .MiBts debut a- e loo p

#i hoemeloaspomtre: .t a S Mi iallll dt hn d o

*, N. tob lr ,l. lYelst_,_b _mS wi.t. .. ... ne .1 "-sr, sa.y stanexcen eereturn
V OFA Ie S D A R la etedi a i de, avr bde tgat it i ht par of the day w'h P 1 S d p

S. FOR M STONEe to a itee, to take stock a.R to make comes along after a chp of coaee at
us. asKy^ iP^ S H.^^ Ceorl-na wn? sv u. 4S S^orVsio ns cu TICKdTS 5e CENTS
cS I a di o .ekor, Mise r. aiJe o wfo J fat resCG.o .od Lra mey atd wi e t me he. The

bridg eylah colors. It i hardest Vart wf=te oe Caes#da A beon *e lL
----- .-_-t o.- _5o_-_ The G*des o "te PagE Met o tha in the woM to kno w how to to reading newspapers, answering o T
Sri c w rs. to atte d y f At. take courage; note, sed the chldrento chool

g5 r^aS A qetSm M as s>ting on HFdaym Oct. 1a.l T e Lnet anorl a de.e o tsowhr and giving orders fors dinner. The
* ,S t ... a s ci-n inthetn .sn.a rl__l,___ as moth stret New CityonrIkhr ea n.Tho__________ Mr.a A. S. Me-arstr

atam ye termed as an tfres-r ida apteroont4 se neck. sw ee young g ae fid o hateMy ap the doeutin onte od aer
S nh.---l.he N, s -l ey em. to>5sd hit cys-, gr A r.t hah her-day;o n owu. Isacct a s Eofo l lher own t ee te
i e r o! atseilof omhined ithr s hwi te good wo.rhk_, oN e sWe bt yasne uep hnni h

.ayTo the fst a .n ssler of t ...e oree the, 9 BORT ,p ;, t epr ble. soesonen. heatdtions of the power of God like
a rext, th elridee rt lov by pcn tahe fonl conditions we p.e ,eare- His merges, are "ew every mori ~ me m e aat
M it s -oft white at six lae ed b heaunp lbe on at the coupons i ags fesh every moment. Wer
.7bro r 77l eewith white r aeadtios 2.-hsrwhe.tei- ud t adderesets NAMa E DEPAr TMENT, Adam saw; and its risings are asol

l'.t S Firste te four u r Mr.d T Ie E REILY TAnj OR COM PANY. New OeeMa1 Ln h d a thou and s e s at e nedC 1 n
S '- N. s. ad ec.if. h. n on thArC Lacomef.r r lg of her ather. mo bea it is now a part of the
Or ROUN MAIte Wath herii awhicr e s mia ,s r3test rs t e n d ondst tI-- tt--,-that p tor themrdcmayi whihT e

S. Blt s BreR plefu and olac intr sh e looked in a ond g of years he has come to his ap h
Sy w.erst a typical bride of the l posted time, without e variation of
S e useh o lla wubi. a mih caDr y Stoa nher gsoae oof rodyb sum er arrle y yoaun a ewea kidegenp of al that. Aast

& am letratyllo, Me ,h Ms Stione wrlllpadeave e le .d e airdestabe ah andtuesot of tep oraw devt mO orI ben.
pra of2 smn th foerkroo wws his bestps ane. Dr. L. e. ao nanow the morning-I am acquainted th
P lIN t i .' o 1t p-ni-ph. h i it, aae I lor e its I love its fresh
S---- AtTthe s sof ofte ceremony a-hd sweet e it o-eit daily new cre | 1 E. IntedcEihL St.

l a OIf ol, MLe wh in there itlg wad been bestowed. Station, breaking forth and calling all

S. d tte bhMe aad groom had kolt a rthets have life and breath .ae being
eyrlillg aelam bo- bridal p up ug cAbe e _Afterwhicdaityn__ ights_-_owith-_....ev.iststreak of ligt, the oearlest p-

ofmi,* of . o the sweetest story ovwert told," ofs-P a had p gn.tnew inatho.uw-Deaniel Websaterk t

g upc raa bee hayed dethroughod (1783- W
le frthe sum ospe the c at ged i ato thehetr byrPpesoBlotw snis sohtt L

wh! sit ra tte mn Dr.p Ileto. fistr eIn tof the d a m-trning s t T hei I deseof ri

eJ. A.. ed ot. i The n l hany neefreti ads of Miss Cdalynde cre-

"ai'-. rt. o Mn 4 In Tie p(oaow. er ih the reception at the J hT re Kinanon, who has been with W am. John-
Sh wt W a me ofa the rt1 e from eight b toe l is son Son for some time past, wll be

N. eleven. p loam refreshlo &nts were n pleed to know that she has accept
A oa t twyi served. c t lie.t olen. t e h uee d a position as stenorapther with

<;& To- sad a ber at yeaaB Kts dressed "+" l- The Woanea's Home Mission So-
SarIng11a1suit 'o s white w Ith below a-hes serv- adStymofther nidf. g et of the Gapeoew Strent methodist w w o G tlike

At te o'clock Dr. cnd Mrs. John- afB al Mnday afternoon a at 3:30, which will h o *-
Loe, t ha op ge ot o sftwyll e satirea M ss Stn wi lev t eIsembD oh-haga int o th l e hWoso at-. W te

t11611a t1 "ra veln"ato h otAg so wYt of Cinev rtYpeny oYe oheYagsn wivn blue

with ast shoes and gloves to match. e Mress. P gthe ele today on
S1 "" w accompanied toi the train by I e o~ao tran for Cothimts, Ghe a, to v

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$1000 FAR

4ar 0 al mWtate and et List wheal seem e a hose r a ForS8 86
a amae. bOben -1%" n This is one of the elheest tmsa
1W -- In 26 minutes' drive 'of the eti
ground lays well and to fere.
J..Palafsx Street. E.t of Palaf t StrC aret. es Inl.S. n

** *S and ,a aIn terst, monthly. u4artely a
antI undIrfennandsame local g
4I .. ................... 0 acre. House Insured
*iyf f& Nko.I* as. a IMwa Grsery for some one. ..
. f a .- ._... ._. mu i w. A own* ........... "2L
0". . .... ......1L Buys one of the new e
ie, an "T", Wi agn I oW, en the sya bre. and quarter-block of mod Wo
SOP -'ITI suburb, S. W. of Kupfri'Park
Sand other fruit trees within Sqw
n s etal men -Smalf with a eon of car line. Will sell on
oINeit i the s th. rent, $10.00 down and $1 Per
let" w alnse.a. the dap. Fire k rance a


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WAJt-W -JT buy round-bottom yawl
,ast about 1 feet .long. 6feet bam.
be mesasonable In prie. Address
I4 Rliadad. flta. 1oct1w
% ;AlTgI'111Tou to know that the eteo-
SWIs ture Company sells baanetA .

Sirmlture Co.. W. Goemtment

JD -AS the ladie to know that
S l tter la PaIlatea taonrt a
bI seOn at The Parisian Tatloria
I-9 9 Brent Buildnta. aectim

ds ofamen to clean
To t and duplieata any
tdo. Frank W. Lawson. 3.

W T to ake to mstemes ad
o a do any kindof e ectria or

Dethere4 any et
m1 M1ark5 1 0 sBot
thew m to s; hip hemto

r knud of *o.-dbad.
" e"- tb tem to its; sip them to
SMTelHe sm; write toa us._ rer

aad h lse 5 ots ea East 1s 3.

LL r AndreswI PL Palafe St. 28pttt
S sh .s teo wf whte
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R~drOR 8fOL~l6-4?betsWSO Wosb-
ameiling on the heads"of ne-
gemi with whlte- a Yer- h
wt ed an rae T ps w

t. r O.RE." wes e**.. e a w
1n '...r w ..u t t

ave bees taken ume to Pen-
seels en the train sheet the date above
aatimed. Twenty diUlaa wart wel
ube pai ftr heas eturn to me at Mare -
amg. FMa. WMI H. PriLe. ectUtf

JW .-Tuesaday. rone pair gol-rmimed
mamotac-F Retarm to 426 3. O-r y

rWO POINTER DOGS, near poorhosOe.
Oe white, with liver spots, very lag
S lan, ad on romd leather cllar.
W WITsold red. tat and has wart on top
f back, Just above tail. Reward tur
f- to W. W. Martin. at MeMnam
a a les, 1M W. Zateadeneia. 3T?

taoeb the Plaio ttm
S pen thrt
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wchl~l n.) P. 0- Adceqs=F Pe-

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1JB-lAsm of home at Bayou
, se, untM June. 1909. SS0
SApply to WlUam Packham.
I, MIt. loetlwe

NOR AI&LE-Whito pow room in good
balii; wll asM at a bargain, on easy
trim Appy 5T. P. McNeales 1 W. Zar-
" eal -iSoctHlw

aX L-lh -ade Jersey milch
W- = sh 4 w to. Lee DaInell.,
h AvUSm sat Jackson street. octlitf
tA L*T -~ itool' goods, also one
arad Ice box. Very
0, A y W. Garden street.

FOR A -ti unable to care for
tbmtriII a witer, wll melt five full
Iwmatmma s ea reh terns very rea-
M JAddra BoD 687 or phone 1020.
Itoct w*
FOR SAL -ie eld-fashioned black
parlor set, mide-
he m ? table, one horse
m th cow. Apply
"fw Rt. eS06 1.AL ISC.tlwt

m. ou derabl loca oted
'e on pmarema"
SdoM town. AAp-

46- k t./ l h -, octlw
beii kmatd t 6"

NoR 8AL*-.O^me'S-Shoalee Typewriter.
Pr:nuoumsw-A. Address Box A. A..
oo .100elOoct
OR ae comforts, bed-
riad lace curtals. Weekly
arMs ayes. tPhoe 9713 and our
malaman Wigl ,w. uIomon Furniture
Coe, W, q moverw St. looctIm
FOR ALm- eor Iro 3-ft. box ball
bonO e.t, and Inexcel-
lent o. Only nuse ninety days.
Twe~rmso or time payments. Address
R. B. Wete-th. GeO. Delivery, Pensa-
la, Haw Soctlwo
AFOI BALIJ-mbered landsI n large or
mall tractL Southern Real Estate and
bInve"tmot D. Fornatomo. Ala. octttf
lA-MW ~blet .o o 44-isch ben. 7
1L P. ons. Sp -about 10 miles pe

FOR BALE-A le 2-090ry house with all
meeu cmmVeniencms, on East mi, one
block- ear line and on a corner fc-
IOWL -s mt lot, o2505.
Soe ham*ean. Bayou
N Ima- amowras a Weost more

atA boom sand 3 lots an West ar-
houe c Corner lot. N. Spring
8Irena. 8t. UPOL
A 5- sm bo and 3 lota on North
A lo the- emr t Chase and

m .on Palafox.

in ead r w b bwle and amber.
Seat to MY oen eot of nfty
... .ou0O. Box
YOU SALM OR MIT ibrek cottage
en le* ws ens undG ood outbuild-
ings a"d abet IS 9ares le ad, extending
fm PensacOMa box to Seats Rosm Sound.
re11 W. Gibf ITS. P lat S8t.L

IRM. M *_- ae Kranich A
ash sat oemeasy terms.
P bO R sw ept
A ~W SEFmB SlE-..Ns;
BO -stsry. T
law rge
at ( tmeslae

B I.J- sA ag at of eM

Agw w.w.,I-NVSMSe.


Five-room cottage, 2 bed rooms, Sift
with closet, dining room 12x20, hall x3,
kitchen 12x12. Nicely finished and paint-
ed. Grates in every room. Fine well
water. 6 lots splendid neighbors. lIa tw.
years' time. The maine nper should
be worth- $1600.00. This w sfl e be sold
on rent payment plan, of $5.00down and
$15.00 per month.

Five-room house and -arge lot No. 226
East Intendencia street. Bargain
If you have property for sale or ex-
change, or If you want to buy, call or
write us.

Aents This-rn ba i l
OWffce S end Flo

I Wm Buld a o0use

To suit you and sell it on
easy payment plan on two
lots on corner of 18th Avenue
and Godskion street. Take a
look at "the lots and ring me
up Monday. your chance.

J. W. Bullock, Jr.
Phone 60. Then W lg.

IP YOU WANTED a nice carriage and
match horses for a wedding or to go
cain where would you go to ge" them?
To Pensacola Livery Stable or ring
Phone 39. octl8tf
well for easy work; examinations of
all kinds soon: expert advice, sample
questions and Booklet 455. describing po-
sitions and telling easiest and quickest
way to secure them free. Write now.
Wash ton Civil Servi e Sehool Wamh-
ington, C. 180etit*
ed, repaired, cleaned and put in work-
.n order. Price reasonable. Chaa J.
Aien. Typewriter Expert, at J. A.
Walker's Book Store. Phone 1683.

J. C. YbUNG wfll repair your Imbnela.
Make It good as new. Charges moder-
ate. 22% S. Tarragona. between Garden
and Romana Sts. 2,oepC
NOTICE-I will not be responsible. for
debts contracted by Savine Le Polde-
vant or anyone else. M. G. LePoidevant.
or f you would like, to lend some at a
good rate of interest on glt-ee
city, try The Journal's Want CoImas.
It a the quickest, easiest and cheapest
A. H. MeLBOD & CO.. "iak -an-
vase from 14-inch to ".Wn e, _f al
weights. L e supply of Awni Gods,

Te spent, Prnimre st.ed. Office
bone s78. Depot phoa Tes. tt

YOU ARE JUDGED by year pinthA
It ats no more to bave the bt. Ha
t done at the Mayee Printing Ca.. W.

INOM. A. -ERG-W-r eO gst
awnings. tarpaun* dray eB. Age
peapnter' PMaeLted Awn lst& M er
aet roler winoW awa=nBag l

When you can "b% a home so cheap
and on such eaasy 1te0?
S$00 cash and M. 0 anMth wll buy an
elegant ome on Jae street car linue.
5 rooms,- recent" n -a bath as. etc.'
Price, $2100.
$100 cash and A20t month w4l buy a
5-room and hallitm- on East DeSoto
street. Cheap at
$100 cash and $ amth will buy a
3-room house on .or Price, $4,000.
$3000 will buy one ofthe prettiest Iomes
In the city. on East 'Hil, half-block of
car line, all modern, rooms.

Leslie E Brooks Co.
43 South Palafox Street.

FOR RENT-House at Bayou Grande, 6
large rooms, at $12.50 per month. Ap-
ply to William Packlamu, Pensacola. Fla-
FOR RENT OR SALE-A farm of good
land. 7-room house. 2-story barn and
sheds, situated. 5 miles from city hall.
near Brent road. Address "Newt." Care
Journal. 16oct3t*
DeLuna Street................... $25.00
309 E. Intendencia Street ......... .00
106 S. Tarragona Street .........$10.00
120 S. Tarragona Street ......... $12.00
13 W. Romana Street .............$83.35
7 N. Palafox street ...............$40.00
Store near Palafox Street.
Boarding Houses ."
National Hotel. 18 rooms ........$60.60
800 E. Wright Street ............$25.00
1401 t. th Avenue,.' ............. 10.00
1800 N. Palafox Street ............115.00
905 North Reus Stret.............12.50
794 W. Zarragoesa Street .........s10.00
207 N. Reus Street ................' 15.00
1211 E. Cervantes Street .......... 12.50
Cor. Z1tb Avenue 4ind 10th Street. .12-50
Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street..' 16.00
308 E. Intendencdk-'Street ......... 20.00
13 E. Gover0nmOt Street ........ 15.00
1307 E Strong ............... 12.50
1013 E. Strong Street ............. 15.0o
Large 10-room house at Plsherville.
with electric lights, bath. hot and cold
water; can be rented furnished or unfur-
nished, 2 servant houses in yard; 2 blocks
from car line.
Cor. Romana and Plafox Sta., two ol-
ces upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate
PhoneS 7.
PARTIES out of a job should try The
Journal's Want Columns. The cost is
small and results almost certain. At any
rate. they are worth trying, for you have
all to gain and nothing to lose.
IF YOU HAVE anything for rent why not
advertise It in thee columns? Every-
one is sure to see It.
A warehouse with private sidetrack..
Stores East Garden st., near Pailafo.
$1 to $20 each.
31T7% South Palafox, upstairs, pool room,
Store. Gadsden and Gth avenue. $10.
104-106 South Tarragona St.,'$30.00.
119 S. Baylen, $20.00.
Flihervlle. modern. $17.5.
116 W. Romana. $150.
1009 Strong St., $15.00.
S7 M. Romana. S.Om.
126 East Chase. $12.0.
2200 N. s prtng. UO..
710 West Main $.00.
131 W. Imtendencla. $8.00.
46AA at r&M ht.

PILLER HOTEL. Apasachloola. Oldest
established hotel In city; free bathUm,
best evice. Rates $1.50 and $2.00. Spec-
ial rates by week. 6. Jenkins. Pr p. lj
THE JOURNAL'S Panama Canal Edi-
tions at 15c a copy. Full of illustrations
and local views. Just the thing to send to
out-of-town friends. They are ready for

WE have $100,000.00 In cnranteed. first
class. 8 per cent mortgages on city real
estate in any amount from $100.00 up.
You have worked for your money, now let
It work for you. The Fisher Real Esatate
Agency, So. Palafox Street. l1-Jn.
Are you getting a per cent. net for
your money? If not. you don't get al
that Us coming to you." We can place It
on first mortgages on improved city orop-
doyng nothing? Leslie 3.Broks. 1
Ho h dmuc oe it

MONet LOANED o am kinds a r-
sam property on short notice. 1ay
rm. Suburban lots sold on easy pay-
nts .L. Gra.y O. 2 W,. Reom.
MONET LOANED, on reai estate and
p== Miial =roporty In the c etm of
W. 1o6082d, 3 8 southPa lafi s
Phone 11"

FOUND-In front of Hughey's, one
pocketbook. Owner can have same by
Identifying and paying costs. Apply at
Hughey's. loct4t
FOUND-The right place to buy blankets,
comforts, bedspreads ru ad lace cur-
tains on weekly or monthly payments.
Call phone 971 and our salesman will caL.
Solomon Furniture Co.. W. Inteaden1ca St.


wean in at all tiame
Oe or the beAThe
at sae cnuin per bundle

WINTER REGORT-The vOld Ml- i In.
an by share. 1 minutes ride from city
em electric car Ite, will be open for the
winter Oc 1. A modern conveniences.
Addr ss Lillie Taylor, Old M lll"
Inn. Peiauola Fla.. Phune 388. 2ept

v T Li Wet Florida and
South h i carr small ad
> t AW.e. t= ,l... esa oly


A i aa bno

IOU 8AU OR @5 saJUOB--A good 5-
mem mLU wit aB modern cooneti6n-
s. ele. toand elese to tree car Uines
4y. 6 .- 0ahang

U yen tk It i ft in to *tbra lseow
thes ft ye bowut a year as %pa
a-* maR? Sin w9- ad them celua


Every day the best positions are listed in the want columns of The Po~.acola
Journal. The best position- as clerks, bookkeepers, managers, ,ulswnen and paivat&
secretaries can be obtained though The Journal Want Ads.

If you are out of a-position, don't roam the streets looking for a sign, or waste
your time any other way; but just turn and read The Journal Want Ads.

The best firms in- Pensacola advertise daily in The Journal for all kinds of
help. They want your services. They wil pay you welL Get in touch with them
to-day. Start reading The Journal Want Ads. It will always pay you well.

Two Lots

facing south Just two blocks
east of the Stoddart place, have
been listed with me for Imme-
diate sale. Owner moving out
of the state. See us at once If
you want to make a pick-up.

Leslie E. Brooks Co.

$25.00 week salary, OO week ex-
penses, and 10 per cant. cnur to e on
sales. Loa An-I CMtr Co., Atlanta,
Ga. It*


THREE NEWLY furnished rooms wtth
kitchen and bath room attached. Ap-
ply I16 s. Alcanti St. Lecti
ROOMS FOR RENT-Centraly coated.
Good neighborhood. 18 3 Gordi n .
FlR RENT-Comfortable furnished roo
with gas and bath. one block from Pala-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 1600t
Also rooms for light hoIaekogipg at
Fisherville on the beach. Terms ragam-
able. Mrs. C. J. Alen. Phone 1s.
FURNISHED ROOMS by the day. week
or month. Apply N. N. Paafox St.
son street. be..
housekeeping. Apply rner n a
and Cordoa streets. Pha.. 1sT. cotm
FOR RE.NT-T-wo romletely ftmk t
rooms,. table for u ht
Use of San, bath and p-o. AmFp &
morning& Phone 122.

*ny j

LIVE SALRS MN for seqvenir postal for other p
coFuiniinlk'. oueont side line, El TW
Maxwell. w oft IM. Iot *id- s
WANTBD-Pvirst-cla cook. None other -
need apply. Apply WS" Jackson St. FOR RM1
octtf ftrMat roo
WANTED-75 members of W. 0. W. party. H5t
Wednesday evening at 7:46 p. n., at drei Box 5
the W. 0. W. hal 18oct3t

BRAN NEW household specialty; high
grade; sells at sight. Agents wanted,
either sex. Particulars free, or save time,
40c prepaid. Inlet 24, Redwlod, Cal.
AGENTS-Are you an agent? Do you
want to be an agent? Do you want to
make money in your spare tiw, or get
Into a permanent business? Send for
free copy of this month's "Thomas
Agent." Read about new agency proposi-
tions, new plans and sure money-makting
pointers, and experiences of commands oft
successful agents. If already an aent,
state what you are now ellng. Address
to-day. Thomas Agent, 143 Wayne Ave..
3Dayton 0. lsoct
WANTED-A woman or gtri to do' gen-
eral housework. 620 W. Greory St.
WANTED-Woman to do general work.
Also a boy. Apply at 1 Romana
St. Allen House. Ioctlw
WANTED-A first-class look. Good
salary. Apply 222 N. SI ag st t.
WANTED-An experienced onlItor to
sell blankets, comforts, bedspreads
rugs, and lace curtains, om weekly or
monthly installments. ol Fur
Co., W. AJovernment St. loocttm
WANTED-Lady and ntlemman can-
vassers to handle tefhdo- id ard-
c. (loodn money: sell at ight. Apply
3I1 E. Govenmet St. 4oct
UNCLE SAM wants Mal Carrier and
Postofflce Clerks. Eimamal-es- here
November I8. xa -nsmtm 1 tfor Railway
Mal Clerk, Customs Cletrho a d Clerks at
Washington oAming. 6to 1009 yearly.
Common education sult. Prepare
tion free. Write. rankl Instute.
Rochester, N. Y. ootim
WANTED-Mldlo-age. wmae woman to
do cooking and he.bewo; position per-
mant to r t party. Mwt-gve best of
. tO.-Jr.0.s W, aanaea
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CONK SU w cum NwOW
FVO sa? eA Cs- a W i.

ynmgs L .W 3-Ws lcS

-hans. Oae toe di ars ie Canl or
write Mrs. W. P. RPed, 42s RBrceloas.
EGGS areN ) ConkTys Layti Tonic
EGGS are ) lo eftotie.
P.S. MEL &'C 00.. Phone No. 334.
FOR SAI--B-ariew Park Pooltry yards.
Cor. 14th street sa 20th avenue, have
Black Mtmocras, Barred Plymouthrocks,
pure bred oockrels and es for sade. W.
T. Tracy. oetlltf
PEOPLE arse m al n ot every day that
The Journarl Want Columns are all
that is clad for tm. Why aot try

TO leCATTE 10 WM-, at ew Joa pe
bred Jersey. bor sorrime te

FOR SALs-4ve wed nmus. Lslie B.
Brooks. 39GUM
WANTED-Tbubicto know tht we

A lot of old 1u9u0
tied up in =wt it ndW Am
uleSca bo B, at TheJoexr-|
nal office. I

0 AD&Ealway bI -ng
t you try The JTbfkWur
y are deoga weedefet M-

eople saadwy- n

'OB~g~jg r9. *b*ta
Kbbodwod. f tr *o


bweldit fIs ee aoe W3 :wt ol 4e-a
ad. In these eolms for a atms
and afrthe Me lta at *a;e
Oftce of the Southern Statea aMNOw

annual meeting of the sockahlderz of the
Southern States Lumber Companv. win
be held at Its olMee In the City o Pens-
cola on the llth day of November. A. D.
108, at 11 o'clock a. m.
(Signed) F. F. BINGHAM.

Real state itsrmhwr
2r the PTnaIs-a "19atthe e Ab

Hatse t. and J. H. MIoebler to J. W.
Bllok, Jr., t and other ovea-14AW
11 to 13 Block 219 Now City Trt.
Howard M. Todd to W. 8. teeve.
$1 and other cone-B W 144 e OW
1 Tp 1 N R 3- West a 8 1-2 4of M W
1-4 o See 1 Tp 1 N R 31 West excep
12 acres In N W corner.
Was. Fisher to J. W. Bullock, Jr., (1
and other cons-Lot 3 Block 52 aBllas
A. M. McMllan to Pompey M.
Smith, $1 and other con--25 anre
in A. Colitng grant See 44 Tp 1 8 R
30 West located on E line and 2.M6
chains N of S E corner of great
Pompey M. Smith to A. M. MMl-
lan, $1 and other cons-Lota 1 to 4
and 25 to 28 Block 164 East King
Tract Bel No.
A. A. Fisher to W. M. Edwards, $100
and other cons-Lots 4 to 13 Block W6
Clapp Tract and Lots 13 to 15 Block
157 Cast King Tract Bel No.
H. L. Brooks to E. A. Clubbs, $1
and other coirs-Lots 1 to 5 Block 148
New City Tract.
I. A. Clubbs to J. W. Bullock, $100)
-Lota 1A and 20 Block 98 New City

A lot of old newspper
ted p hinet bundles for
me. Sc a bandle, at The Jour

It re testy of Berlin has been re-
daced to a condition of waste par,
by the delusion of magaf cence at
Sofa and by bad faith at Viesaa,
that celebrated result of Blsmarykla
diplomacy must be considered as rath*-
er foolish. But when it was. mane,
Europe had joined together 'toa d
prive Russia of what nes had wen
arms in the war with Tarke,4
acquired legally by the paseo IW5
Stefamo. So Russla wa driven to
move toward ice free water In Sft r
East, only to get a drabbig i t .
Japan. who had her own view about
the Paieic.- It win be lntpreaUIti
a nw Treaty of Berla gives Ue Nw
Covite wbaf she was cut of f t by
th lumstm wt signed, seawd a -
New W ~ Cty cc PoE 26 i 5L
.-NOW frik BAh
^-w .p. m

l oit of old
tUdT ap in nest for
mI, Sc a bmidle, atb o

Subscribe for The J=np g.
A "'

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

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

J0O. W. Bullock, Jr,
Rooms 304-306 Thiesen Building.

I --Uq.LA-1

aft- W. C.
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Mu wome ts of lsm
)vu to learm is the grp-

~~ toa marryoq and. act

Owam4wlo4eekings aemd
his father t1 be
e iman and a wise
Ne was a short young man
*N uIsean, as had never
S I a gmcery tra4e had
%rif* that.
& laied s father's as-
m *ph .an8 d he also had
4.ri hiluself As soon
ad time to think
0 came-to theconedtsion
"&g g*elw w S to be
down a list 'of all the
Si in the village and
Ste work af etLz.natiun.
Wd '712 bo. he erased
OF 1a9e he had reached
cw t throw hiumlf
am g o t on to the per-
a then the sage advised

-yy we -with that name ofyours,
so- def There are a
t. wome of them are the
aa r o rich men. I believe there
ae .or* three hea~ from whose
- b s' in New York we order tea,

i^- ''B^' "*xiS
& *"** ^*A '' ^



tasstohe housenwfe K ft -..a. oeen in itte too. osy. my son. Per-
that er ^seSw" _-sto.w r- ,s o!g*E -d -t a tehaps the weattitude should come
110-o-a"*t gi ei erm." aAd iMand-jmq. Alc Pjr- mother by it
a."-e 2 --" -- ---" S*-*.wa h- l_ plts. u|e cheek fald. She saw that
Steaw. sted e s ^needed dic tsage gavI-was dejected
so much supco her eestie and_ begot It. came to my relef.Secut. a woman's
'he gave up- The grocery, s m the pont of sympathy and you have secured her
At the second- ee ame of te ,se- closing after a day's bu-i- love. Be pesive _my boy. but at the

S* we wet h and

hmuI' his.T Itx viDupto yMo
MOP MI_.g Theao

g Low that yo" hIave yoyr
*_ :<"to stacdj hind the
o d roo ads
.iyle and another
,lad social.
life Harold
s omar orders at
took summer board-
d loor a y "to the cook at the back
door, ad1 n y of said cooks had
fazm Iressed uhip Harry and joked
mon rt nestd fatness.
The thae 'mt hbe got at in some
way, ao idr. His father was behind
wSae anomrte, hand wofld expect re-
= wasT hie t stuck
e x ut, a"^er and sentt it to the
house to be 'worked over and sweet-
ened aup.
acoi dty when the rush was over,
Harod dressed up and*walked about
asd zade his appearance at the post-
He raised his haL to a score of
yoamg ladies he had told sweetmeats
and canned hardshell crabs to and
when they stared at him in an icy
way In reply, he could not exactly
make it out, and went away to see if
by accident one end of his collar was
trying to climb over his head or he
had got a spot of grime on his nose.
Yod are too coy, m son-a bit
too coy," chided the lather as he
weighed out three and a half pounds
ot granUdat4 sugar for a quarter.

and getting married. You must ob-
serve the social amenititv-. Go out an'd
pay formal calls. Let L: become known
an an indirect way that your name ;s
Harold and that you have to a great
extent retired from trade."
The next afternoon Harold made
three lills at villas where they took
boarders. It took more than check.
At the first villa the landlady, who
traded at another grocery-a grocery
which made no pretense of keeping

TbiX ng young lady who now
pied Harold's.s thoubt to the ez-
-in the habit of riding oat every morn-
ing on her bike. She always took a
certain read and covered a certain dis-
On a certain morning she came
across a dejected lookinor young man
seated on a stone by the roadside.
She couldn't say whether he had
busted his suspender or lost his
mother by the chicken pox, and she
didn't care. She whizzed past him in
the most cold-hearted manner.
He was there again on the follow-
ing morning. This time she was sat.
isfied that he was sighing as well as
looking dejected.
On the third morning he looked at
her appealingly just as if he had an
attack of colic and wanted to ask
if she had her flask of brandy with
It was the same on the fourth and
the fifth. It is a fat man's nature to
be pensive and dejected for long. He
gets discouraged over it and wants a
The girl had never slackened her
p-ce by a second. She had never
wavered. She had ncvcer seemed to
see him. So far as he could tell she
had regarded him as a toadstool or
fungus growing on the rock.
The sage had just weighed out v4
ounces of 6o-cent tea for a pound".
which is allowable in all well-regulated
family groceries, to offset the leak-
age of the N. 0. molasses barrels,
when his .dvice was again asked for
and given.
"My son, there are three ways of
winning a woman,' he said. "First
try check. If that is a failure try the
pensive business. If that goes back
on you try heroics. The two first
will generally win but you have the
third in reserve. The sex love a
heroic man. The shorter and fatter
and more heroic Je is the quicker they
fall in love with him.
"I leave it to you to perform some
daring deed. In trade here we have
often mixed 23 and 30- cent butter to-
gether and sold the same at o. but
to capture a young maiden's heart it
must be something more heroic than
It was. Harold had all the ingredi-
ents at hand and he proceeded to mix
them. The young lady who would. not

them. The young lady who would.notl

notice his pensiveness Most lie -
from a tragedy, and he v m M
to do it. She had not yielded
sympathy, but she must her gral.t
When morning came again en d she
rode out -she saw the same
young man sitting on the same
stone. He still turned an appealing
eye, but still in vain. She simply
took it for an obstinate case of
and let it go at that.
Twenty minutes later, as she re-
turned, there was a cow in the mds&l
of the road. It was a cow with a
glare in her eye and a simi die-
position to pick up the giut and e
bike and toss them over the fence.
The girl was coming down a long
hill at the rate of 40 miles an hour.
Even a cockeyed man could see the
impending tragedy. If she held
the cow it meant broken bones: if
she ran into the ditch it meant sod-
den death.
But.the her,,ic Harold was there,
It was his business to be there. He
had tired it all by his watch, and it
was no dollar watch, either. The
girl came on without a word. He
sprang out to drive the cow aside or
periash with her.
He was about to shout w.ut some-
thing appropriate to the occasion
when a cyclone hit him. Another hit
the cow. Both were knocked into the
highway ditch. and when the young
man recovered consciousness he was
fondly resting with his head on the
cow's Jheels, and she was trying to
kick that head off. The cyclone bad
done its work and passed on.
Harold staggered to his feet and
looked around for dead girls and
fragments of bikes, but the road was
clear. They were eating breakfast
at the villa half a mile away.
"You see, my son," said the grocer
sage -after driving a spiggot hint a
new barrel of cider vinegar made with-
out reference to cider, "some yeen.
men are a success at love and some at
clerking in a grocery, and after rest-
ing up for the day and night you masy
be here at the usualshour in the morn-
ing to take down the shutters and
rake the usual display of tomatoes
and green corn on the platform."


the Coaorado eow-
S'bar *W .had fnst
b ooms a-med Heln

'W I OKiw
r 7300M vby
-* ~hamasn as he
Srcame up to Chat
tm* k lady e ad give her
S.1 her-pr"easnce and feeling
H^ ^"^ n 't wbe 4wit m festa em

S0 t l aEd that summer
s weaglmer ting at the
*_y "s was nt doing
buet- ery ie the
the winter before.
bmeih n m was up about that
.t. as e. over to oee it our
ha maaO expaerta a little, and-
as th-Kt weve UKt a hbad of
ar was 40 miles o
0h0" f4 we jfst itured It out
AM W4 b~ha fto hban ea and wait
S1 the tAla6 0e1atea herm. We
. -aa s Wa Weapany n Mething and
am d a the abue andy"a as&
0 = Sp tow yoar whack.
ih0% ben ad for a year
a o that you've been alone
but rm expreomdug the
e Svhungse right em to
a the Nellie Paramoas"
aimSe yet." replied the
F!V a tr d ed of his be-
Ia andysrs before the mine
r1 U4 2alr. Two weeks
gu EiT bd er to Snake
r a e t zS up w Joe Skfiner
t04 me that some human
hav located a bpansa claim
elaa andv want to take

s nla. He had found out that the Mr. Earl Raleigh, a young man et she saw when shearose In the morn-
elers I4 ea experting and assay- 25, who wqa golng straight throag tag was Mr. Earl. Raleigh, and he
tog our are, as well as their own. to Denver. didn't look a bit like a man that had
Not o ly that. but they've bought Everything went well until two- been taken by the 'neck the previous
up the sto1k of Elm Briseoe, Tom thirds of the journey had been com- evening and ran into the depot hotel
a y md ~awe oattL. To come piseted. Then a few casual words and the door locked on him.
tight down to .th plat, there's a droppc by hm proeuet, ced .as Miss Parsons got no opportunity to
game S ot We've got to hit the tion. He spoke of the "Nellie Pa'- peak to her fellow-emspirator until
tramil ahty hot and keep going to sons" mine in a way to cause sus- Denver was reached, and his reply
beaSt t. pleion that' he wak bound to Denver was:
"Tere'* b to be a meeting of us in to attend that meeting and that he excusee the language, mime, but
De-ver -eZt Tmeseay,1 and them belonged to the other crowd. damAfno how t eamse about. The
gra4fer will be on hand with their When the young lady 'bad had galoot must have got a hump on him
sheers and proxies and try to do us. time to recover from the shock she through a winder. I reckon he holds
e your p's stock is gone?" sent the porter to the car ahead. for the cards and 'will rake In the pot,
"xea. He either pat it up as col- Mr. Thomas. When she had to'd but we'll see the hand out."
lateral for a loan or sold It out- him what she more than suspected he When the four or five stockholders
riat, and i I ont even know the replied: of the "Nellie Parsons" had gathered
present h .lder. "He hain't to be hurt, Missy, but together In meeting in walked a
."Tat's tuat. The thing stands he's to repose somewhere until after sleek, slick and oily man who was
Jest this *ay: There ar three of us that meeting. I jest reckon he's got known to belong to the other crowd
out there with $39,000 wuth of proxies on them sheers your pop Ilt and seemed very much at home. No
shears. ers aks $10,000 more. go oft and if hes going to vote th one was greatly surprised when Mr.
Big Ed, the saloon man at Blue HilUp again us our ddle has played ts last Baleigh showed up ave minutes later.
has g ot $,L0 ore he's holding on tune. You needn't mix in, aad yeS Miss'Parsons had onl:- time to cast
a loan he made, hut says I may vote needn't worry. Nobody's golag to a glance of reproach at him when
It. That gives, s $45,000, but It be lurt. but somebody k 4Ang to be Mr. Thomaa called the meeting to
ain't half. It the other critters hold detained and reach Denver too late order. The oily man at once made
more sheers than them we are for that meeting." a metion to adjourn for one day,
dumped lnto the coulee. They'll take This conversation took place at stating that a friend of his who held
poNsedIon of the meeting as having 9 o'clock In the evening. At 10 the proxies had been strangely detained
the whiphand 0ad vote to amalga- train was halted at a statIoaia se- somewhere.
ete. re ?" count of an accident down the ead. When challenged as to his right to
"I do," answered the girl. "You Soon after the train stogped Mr. participate in the meeting he ex-
meas hth they will make one com- Raleigh got up and wet outside. hbited shares amounting to $30,000.
Pay e9 *t eleft their own crowd as Miss Parsons also saw Mr. Thdlams Mr. Raleigh did not show his hand
offers and n6 matter how rich the strolling about. either way, but the Nellie Parsons
ore or how big the dividends we'll After a wait of half an hour the bunch could show a majority of stock
be left out in the cold?" train moved on, and then theta ew- present and the motion to adjourn
"Pre-O ,YMiSe Pavions--pre- boy came into the car to whisper to was not entertained.
ctaely. Now you've got the yarn, and her. Five minutes later, however, a fat
It's for us to agger out what we shall "The galoot has b-en detained, and pompous middle-aged man came
do." Some of the boys here that I knew banging in to utter a vigorous pro-
After some further talk Miss Par- helped nme t. o the trick. HeI be tet against further proceedings an
sons ieeAed to ace -ipany Mr. locked up in a room at the hotel till laid down other shares and looked
Thomas .D ve.m aa"d be present at tomorrow afternoon. After we got around and said:
the m= ad a start was made him by the neck he went along aa "I was kidnapped last night by per-
thnext day. h. quiet as a lamb." on planning to keep me from this
At the epo s a1pesued to meet That night the girl's ebelence meeting, but I escape and am here
an old friuad of her father's, also a troubled her so that she did not sleep We have stock to the amount of $45,-
eivil qagineer. and after a moment's much, but it needn't have given her 000 here. I think that is sufficient
eonveatiea he tata eaced her to a a single twinge. The Irst imsengsr to control the meeting."

"But we have the same," shouted to the gentleman who introduced us."
Mr. Thomas. The fat and pompous man and the
"I am iappy to say that we have sleek and oily man and others had
better," announced Mr. Raleigh as a meeting of their own that day. and
he rose up. I have proxies here to a cash offer was made for the "Nelile
vote 10.000 shares held in Chicago. Parsons" mine. Later on, when it
That gives us the meeting, and I had been doubled twice over, it was
move you, Mr. Chairman, that all in- accepted.
truders be respectfully invLeed to Still later a separate and ditlnet
withdraw." offer was made to one of the "Par-
"But why didn't you tell we on sonsa bunch." It was taken under

the train?" asked the girl of the advisement and finally accepted, an&
young man after the dust had set- when Mr. Thomas made his second
"But why didn't you ask n e?" he visit to Chicago and hs meooud. call
T ueried la reply. "I didn't know on his fellow-conspirator in her home
t!'. down. he was moved to say:
that you were interested in the mine. "To think. Miny or Mrs, how we
I came to vote the proxies against put up that job on the train agin
tl] ether crowd. The shares bealog your galoot or husbpn4 ad come

the ether crowd. The shares b~!ong your zaloot or husb;u4 and come not
lv ~-v -. I w

within an ace or stampeding our own
herd! Must have been Prodaidce
that steered me away from him and
agin the right feller. Powerful
changes since then. and if you'll
sorter look the other way .and ase
your ears for a aintt rd like to re-
mark that I'm mogt d-- d happy.
and am bohing these few Mes wi
ind you enjoyina the mme blahe.
wings "
Cyrus-"Reuben got bunkoed.*
Silas-"How so?"
Cyrus-"Why. he read the adver-
tisement of a firm that stated if he
would send a dollar they'd send hul
some light reading."
Silas--And did they send it?" I
Cyrus-"Yes, they sea him two
books entitled "The Age of the Are
Lamp,' aAd 'Vow to Make Cmandlls.
The young widow was trying to'
make a favorable impnession.
"Don't you think. Mr. Oldbech
she said, that of late years pe al
are growing more and more
"'I do," replied Oldbach. "I neso
among other things there has bhee a
great falling off in the number of rsew,

"I hate these dreadlful flat,' sobbed
the yogng wife when her husband re-
turnectrom the office.
"What is the trouble, dear he
asked soothingly. .
"Why-why. the flat is so small that
when p-poor little Hector tried l
his tail it snapped oft BOle hob~
She-"Do you believe the good d
Me-"I did when I was a boy-ha M
not BV ."

"AMUEL," said Ed- of truthtelling. I am going to tele-
monston. severely, phone your sister and see if your
"have you run, away statement is fully correct."
from home agam?" With a wild cry Samuel turned and
"Me?" asked Samn- fled, but flight was unavailing. Time
i, tel in nfantile sr- had been when Edmonston had
praise. His adventure gained his varsity letter in the sprints,
yet oung and and it was a short chase. Triumph-
was not minded to antly he gathered the 6-year-old in
be returned to pa- his arms and hailed a passing cab.
-.g efstaSl d' il-W Samuel p..ei,;ng his intent, began
.I. -d way' loudly to bewail his misfortune, and it
m| akills too "Oauw' Wt to was with a feeling of relief that Ed-
San' .1 a~sq monson thrust the boy into the cab
an% pshaw, II an, t go and followed after a hurried command
Jaut 0 8Go loe but don0t to the driver.
Slt. . But Samuel had fared forth for ad-
Eas pa n zqear-ed the small boy venture and fate was kind to him.
Iaswwoly. Several resent u-cances of kidnap-
"It a gdmtm (lhat you- hae Uever ping for ransom had stirred the city.
INaeamrd l -aw m fateO f a" Samuels cries hd roused the other
he 54 -"at was intended" to'e pedestrians.of the crowded thorouh-
aaa dadveI. b in wI-& theAaulb fare. ane -ay ho arrival ot the police
woeptl4 l. reserves f-em the nearby station
't aa't asfid," scoffed Samu&e house saved Eda.6astia from being
do e burned up snoawle- dragged fkom the cab-and strung up
Sa ah wlara Sn fIre." 'o the nearest electric light pole.
are punished' with se- Samuel was enjoying the situation
Edmonston. "I immensely.. Ev.r since he was able
Sthat you have depart- to navigate without the assistance of
t ans* maraw pathja nurs he had had a mania for sun,


ning away, and in more recent.times.
he had added to this perversity a fer-
tility of invention in the stones he

told to evade return that was little
short of uncannmr -_ __ _

So well did the-.boy stick to his It was only after, Edmonstou's re- they mentally made notes of the ac- stole into his. "Would it help 1the
storey that it was with difficulty that peated objections thit. the captain, tions of the girl as she confronted the poor eye any if I changed my answer
the police were able to get him out who had come out of his office to man who had sought to steal her from last night and said'yesinstead?
of the hands of the mob. and it was take charge of the case, revoked the brother. I think I *made a mistake last mal.0
with an escort of several hundred that order for a patrauznan to take the boy But they were treated to a very "Would it help my eyec?"beed
he war led through the street to the home and consented to telephone different sensation, for V R -APi to- the exultaht Edmonston. "Why ito
station house, the 6ab driver follow- Natalie Torrey. was promptly released and iuhelf doxa better than that. It's cm
ing to give evidence against the ab- Nettic promptly described Samuel carried the shrieking Samuel t the heartache. I'm more than g e a
ductor,. and promised to come down to get automobile in which settle had har- that I abducted Samuel siace it win
He glibly related how he had no- him, but.the boy so persistently clung ried to the station. me YoU."
ticed the small boy. It was unusual to the declaration that he had never This time there was none to heed PROAIC. CA L--
to see a child of his age alone in the seen Edmonston before that the lat- his cries and thbe esy remnlark from P- SACo CALU- w -'
business section ahd he had watched ter was sent to a cell to wait the com- the crowd still Ieleisg fm ee of Sandy Pikes-"Never aore will I
with admiration the skill with which ing of the girL the station was onq h t t .4 claim to be a poet. I told dat Ia Is
the youngster threaded his way This happened however after his advice to spwaa the w m, aside cta I waia '- rer
through the stream of pedestrians. pedigree had been entered upon the which found its eehe cmo'a cit me msstarpece "De Call a do
Then he had seen the man accost police blotter and the reporters had heart. ..:
the boy, the boy had turned to run made flzshibt photographs with But his rancor faded s- be at - W d"
and the man pursued. He had hailed which to enulive their stones of the side Nettle inm A ltmen ad sh Gritty George--"What hid ah a
the cab and the driver had respondedcapture of the captain of the kidnap- cooed her rets or Ie M to fa
with the intention of taking his fare ping bagd. which kn ad *.w S"- Pies-"She & ma -
to the police station. It wax a crowded half hour for Ed- "I knew how w- i w Sd rateerd iia*
But the boy's cries bad prevented moutom. The reporters pressed be," he explained. -0 1. O t't A* 'DoClofde Wooi 41
the -.utin of th bit s asbot the bars of hims celu seen to possimie mI.__, M w "D Ca. of- W-- e ,b
and the police hlad a-e sanbd e coax him to nake a confession in t=9e go through it aga a Ato 0 w5e- 6QYU"TL UD I
aanded S or damage dome his for the last edtins of the evening ry." amWar
cab in the matter acached vmish p Nettie glanced at e ~iusll s .
Samtuel coe*'ted his a t of Then ettie came into the cel rapidly assuming a tar a M Nard l W L t
the affair, dischimig all huowlede room Siding the reluctant Samuel by police had not arrsmed igah o cal the cows hea. UM
of Edmoaston and demniming that ble and the reporters respect- to save him from sesme Farmer Hardap-le-"W -
be taken to his mother, who hived in fully stood aside to permit her to get "It was awfully good Ee you, W'i e the use? Cows do.'t
a acar tx ubura. -~.- Aa i I tie k.idusap2t she whiaB d au -e. ad c n..... e-l---i. .


vants knew him and asked the price ness, when the father .leaned on the same time be prepared to be heroic.
of better, and at the third two good handle of the bftom with which he It's a great combination-almost as
looking girls giggled at him and sedt was sweeping out and said: good as a bar of soap and two dozen
him walking away. "Perhaps you are.pushing trade a clothespins for a dime."


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FIFE Legal Adverusements.
M at Under and ;, \irtue of orders made
,,i. t. by the District Court of the United States
-. .e*, $ ga for the Southern oD ision of the Middle
3- l|DIEtriet of Alabama, and of the District
Court uf the Uniti-d States for the North-
? A-I arn I)istrit-t of Florida, both sitting in
0.nII| I lLn haukruptey, 1 will sell at Deuniak
AGUCprnLU, a., during the legal hours
of sale on Monday, October fSth, 1408. all
[Th SO 10 O6pULen1101111 I VW- the, property of the Bonham Lumber
Company. bankrupt, of e kind
t escription, located in Waltion County.
"n w : -= University iori.da to Give Anori.. The prope-rt incRd es sawn fi.
I UP. 4 V b *** a b- c u.IA1jIClnty., 3*- engines. boilers. pull.o-.s. parts. tittings. H
'.s -assat 11 ji Ixturee. miu se-'.d sh.enties. small stock
g at t 1 / TeaChers Free Corres- 'f eomnmissary thre.. hundred thou-
Tie n ei G iW at 4. and fe4t of lur"esr. more or less. stand-
Se. pBOnB 1 ~mg timx-nr and timber Prt.terty
*AT T A l POndence COUrSe. will beh sold freed iof, all ;ins. -'mortcssge-
C-A S )r Inrutinbrane . 1'- 1 ,I mad.- ;at
g M _* araca >ubli ,Luter to hi;iiest lid.ivr for cash.
wsQQ &M. Br- c hw i'ertified che.k f. r $.,0.t' r ' ol
S- s Welm in to be51 go n411'te -at the P lat The University of Florida offers a er. !rder iies oft.nsueaessrul |eid-
S. d Garde it a Point free correspondence course in agri- For further iif,;nati,,n address the
.g by 0 '" at a cordla, Make it a l Culture for teachers The course wil indersignecd al l)ot.iun. \ia. E
SV looiss. Sti law"T"d to tN in Nvmr s 1908 and end r- PACE.
c, a fowla obeteg tt -o C o e m s J sa t d e Trustee in Bankruptty of Estate of Ron-
THE C RCH OF CHRIST. O see our neWFall Suit June 1st. 1909 ham Lumber Co. 5o4tItQ
T C s OCue-Corner of Jack- Teachers may work singly or in
a S m. se aS b choolat 9:45 a and Overcoat patterns if groups. Every teacher taking th N OTICEn.n r. in
3, Pra p'. m. P oBt 11 a. and. :45 p m.,tTh board of Couity Co-mimiisionersio n
W .. l w w.. .Paryer:. ,meetinwcednes- yOU haven't already done coursehowever ust readers and for ountyofsa a, and
o- '- eveb* t 7. SO. are busy people the course will be the night of thel 14th day of October.
L 00, CU .Conducted so that each teacher or 190S. struck out i- n .. her,.inafter
SUNE NaALM HURCH.You won't find an c so eorth from thel g:rat1on ks ofi
The B k Unmtat .ast ..ha e u won't fndtre any et group of teachers working together the county. from the v s prein ts
--_o handsomer or more de- will be at liberty to devote onll3 as therein as follow, to-wit:
trisIna of the Wan or orh de- much time to study and, experiment Precinct No. 2.
Sa 11ependable woolens any- as other duties illpermi Te iKupfria.Geo.
I. a a -.- Chuch1 on Iest Chase street. He s. a where struction will be individual. No time PrecInct No. 4.
go spaty Ter anLd wyounoseriman eS, at w .h e limit for the completion of any por- Ballard. J. F. M cann. John
1 s" w sMlad l w. aW An a w .avitesOto attend. Suits and OvercoatS,. tion of the course will be enforced, F waPrecinct No. 6.
A|-[ and therefore the amount of work ac- Precinct No. 9.I
S. LOW ch Age" Thir m .TalrdtTTallrd to aste. omplished will depend entirely upon Taylor, C. W.. C
-- I11;JkW. M. Ch. L. Sith. Wt W rat nk- rIO I 0 .e the individual teacher pursuing the t. Precinct No. 11. .
i1us. Maies, says: 1 e sood things o20 urse.Bart Lee, E. B.. e, ..
ta am d hav .t Dr. lag's New LiO fe The course is intended to meet the Precinct No. 12.
of_ sw o pIl as ar mtewmy tlatdtve medtelne, immediate needs of teachers. First, Alexander, J. H. Hotly. Ben.
-a-.-t .._, foundation oust be laid. There- Alken. F. L Haniley. Brett.
SThr 4t talek r w 6. becausM- they are oo g ad do their a foundation mst be laid. There-cota, T. H. arris. Simon
ouf l i r work wgt Bakeng t about t-- fore the course will deal with funda- Brian. W. o. logan, Nathan
Sa a T- e.witfto sol at an k 3 1, C i mental principles and their applica- Banks, Jno. Isnhawn. Mike
S< spool ions. Simple experimental exer Bihler. A. Johnson. Christ
sem i Xgo1131ldoeexperimental Barrios, Marian Jones m.
Sir R a tr f GearMan eise, suited to class use, will form Butler, Arthur Jefferson. Henry
,a M a iS v llI "MK a Prt Of the ooure. .rse Bn landon, Arthur Jones, Edward
ita s eis 0 r The correspondence course In gBradler, Ike Jones, C. ti.
S. of t he ricltuT now offered by the Univer- Baker, Jas. Jones. J. F.
-.S- bte *sIty I timely since tate Superinten. Brown. Moses Johnson F. .P.
1 i -0 li Vii dent W. M. Holloway has announced rter, W. J. Jordon. Eugene
b.that in June 19 plicaCtsark, W. J, Jackson. Chas.
1 111 gj111114fl p s that in June 19h.i applicants fE conners, J. C. Jones. Stale
Sb .L l. l 1 First, Second ad Grade Cen- Clark. J. w. Johnson, W. J.
__ g- ---I l uP. ficates will be required to pass ia- Clark. L i. Jernigan. J. J.
-examnation inagriculture. The Clark,Er'idvard R Jhnson. Willie
l C Pocourse will aid teachers in n Colton. Jno. Kelley. Jas. A.
themselves for giving Instruction in County, J. H. Kallson. E. P.
C agriculture and in preparing for teach- Deesa T. ( King.owlGeosJ. A.
Sl IS ~ aways r et examinations f agricultural sub- Doeler, Frank J. Kelly, D. J.
Sj-- l ects. Davis, J. B. (c) Laccori, B. L
M Teachers wishing t register for uglas. scott, Jr. Lenar d. Ja.
%Now eve. toregsDavison, Wnm_. Jr. Lathrop, lA.
s tae course should' aply to J. J. Ver- Delacid, Frank Lang, J. B.
Oe ,' Mi. <. -- Our central station gen- non, Professor of Agriculture. Elsen, 'H. T. Tang, A. H.
Eirch, C. Iewis. B. F.
and rates power twenty- Slighty Colder with Snow. Ford, Berr y Lenard. .
s four hours a day and When yOU see that kind of a weather Green. Miller. R.
t. Il *i forecast you know that rheumatism Gireenblatt, S. R. Molise, J. 0.
every day in the year. weather is at hand. Get ready for Howard. F. N. Miles, Jordon
S^ 't e Hue- By Irowt. You may use it for a few it now by getting a bottle of pallard's Gren Jnoren Mi erI I. H.
m Snow Liniment. Finest thinm made Giles, Willis Mathis, Jno.
s"t a V -t to ad minutes at a time, or day for rheumatism, chillblains. frost bite Gavs. Geo. Marvin, Peter
'I0*IIL and -02 .g Howard. F. N. Matten, Chas-
Sand niht the ear sore and stiff joints and muscles, all Hd nF. .m Jonn. CDas
night te year ahsiderson, Isom Johnson. D. J.
tlfi O asT eAmi Tt m hlp Boltsball has ga- aches and pains. 25c, 60c and $1.00 Howell,. P. Jordon, Eugene
W 'e5 a4 wIll Sail at 5 around. a bottle. Henderson, W. F. Davis. C. H.
Je a.Sold and recommended by W. A- Haberstadte, E. Laigford. 0.
s w D'Alemberth. dru st and apotecary, Harris. C. H. larriett. R. Ed.
Wp Diadem arS You have only to put in 121 South Palafox street, Pensacol, iowell. S. DavisW. T.
af *nd _SsSS_ a switch to start, and ___. oks, Jos"ph FergWson. Serer
S-. ,-,.l-, th *s sho-^d ply t- Harriett, Ed. Langley, James
pul it out to st o Precinct No. 13.
heek -*-o----bk OWestern Mon- u st SAMUEL E. McKELLER nderson. .m MarLsil,. E. W.
d-eir. n o. Roadi was 19 N. Tarragona Street Bowers W. M. Marici .
e m us the m yfeste rday. Let us take the responsi- Tin and Sheet Metal Work. anehardiJnep. hraeR .Lk
S.,. aS? t.e. s. Ta Brtis steinap Domgate ability of supplying your Stoves Repaired. Chimneys ram. an. M n T.
o-oLini Tbeent. .iler. Wi. M-Xatt, J. B.
a" ,mnePea ee aft e t-aw was tared yesterday from .Muscogee power. Burton, Arthur Nint. J. P
S hiarf the stre to nisah load- . C Bwla-. w. c. N.ottles. Jan.
lu g *Colis. nE. 4)lrn. 0. M.
4W a u E abt.- Eldridge. E ). Pvrltz. C. J.
dR T t F o ol supplies Halstrom Chrias. PhRobinson. John
y L-' ..te-"A n-'rea rF rs'oi to Jaing for lrtstna. s. Rit oard.4on. .siah
.a*.La w u p er.. ompany.itGary. E. W. Roch, J. i.
at-aP6LBEV- T" slick 0 took_ oh supplies Chas. Robinson, It.J..
I IL.u" t" bmto C ompaor,- Hernandes. Willie Stearns, A. K.
SDays at NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Jona. P. H. StearnsW. S M.
ASu TMe Ps Wlrived yesterday to Makers of Light and Power. I have leased the store No. 101 Jones,. Smith. Jas
abe MigajSSe. ^ A. L SLandws A 0o0. with about Main oM c ,. ead, North Palafox street, ror 3 years. I Jo on. Je p,,no SMsnRe. L.
law- 1a0 "0 pounds of red sappers. S hall be glad to see all my old friends Jennings. W. J. scott. J rry
t* * Telephone 1062. and many new ones there. Joseph, W. A. Smith, Jas (c)
0le T--sme g a-& a Da pul top "e Yours for business, Kobel. J. K. Sanchez. S.
s-o arrived yterday to B.E.. J.N. ANDREWS. Keiffer, W. A. Thornton, R. B.
Sw Bandi O&, wt a combined _____ Lyons. o. B. Tarla. L. M.
"W- 4 Vateb4e ah s. 4"t 0m pea- d oMj f beach "- Livingston,. Archie Vicks, John. H.
& Tu. McMillan, A. Wilburn, Chia.-.
P19NTaaOMEN-.1Whes. K. etoMiller. Arthur Watkins.J..P.
06r -g. qc- 1 a D l dshrIR EC T O RY MDavid. R. I.- Wilson, J. S.
16:9IU am: st wheaf j .estensday. pu aMorrison J. J.B.
p .S.SJ "s t *ll W We wish to announce PROFESSIONAL. to h PrecdBro No. 14.

g asm e o- rtve igheralag ad was T. G. YATES, M. D. Collin, G. W. Prater. Aaron
t- ate eter new and up-to-dae ma- Optscan. Duap, Geo. Schmit. N. .
'L .ilm da!ta et chinery for hotel work, .410 tNoun e ._,,s. ... P .ci N.o. 1.
a tSgiam., sat a ae4eal* Baird. W. C. Mrtt, Chas.
F ,~. s, T brkat .sti we are/ prepared to make D" Bagsett. hdward Everitt. Ovher
e-j .P la El "c3*7'"o 1apropositionf that DR. J. B. TIT Ram. mSanto P au d.
Ie _- -l e-Mg t.f eea._. .. will not only be economy n . TITT e care. Co m koes J. P. .
S- -l Br. w., oda uppbutswi gve ou7abt-.. will b DENTIST. Ciaord. H. L. Soto. R.L F.
? ya a._dise rW sa SSswl- au a gve y a et- aso *1M.- sf- P** -- Crig. Bishop Spark, Ed.
Sedgrd. F leem tr grade f work d a ean Thompson. Allen
S. w a wn service that SihJ can not be PENSACOLA ELECTRIC Fishe W. TrraI. UsU.
excel. COMPANY. Giddens. A.A J. Thompson, R. F. --
i* sha$ beladt wa m o resGreend, Willto. James
1Amie .Oat E OF UIJN T ,EW METHOD e AUuDRY. .ndmoua-yewt inaraae the Honse Wmit h,. rJam e
eeS Wm yse ? 4j eill.. .l r s, WitteB, 1, 15-17 W. ROMANA ST. Ef ctive Thursday, October 1. 1iEs0. erns Tony writ t. Jam
"S _._______ VeraCr to e Mldon Co. phone 16. .Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Ba.eas. JoroKing Wala. V. W.
- E CSmpbol, 2241 a. D I R .......Y:15 a MontenarM.lAngelo Wil. hd.
HotelLundr W rk .. :00 a. m. ............... 8:45 a. m. o, D. Valkinso,. Vm.
-O- I S 8.I. In, 2 : 4 5 a.................. 0 Mit e li asonRobke Walker. C.rA
Uave I-MeI Chwoh-aw. a. m. --*****aa** ........1 03: a. m. Mitchell, Sebastine Williams. M. A.
eer. 80Seel 10: 1 5 7 e h i a. i.e1d0 o manllels. Joe Wyatt
f rIL ewt. SpaS F...n da and Alaba -a o ua G. :h: : N S.
1a m. si .' to J. A. tt A LAND COMPANY t: 0 4 t.- .11: r. Jos e e. t.eo

ywafte wb an set 130r GaL- UMBER. SAWCD CY pwr Sil*1 2:00 p. m. ................... 2:45 p. m.rcnct o 1s.
S-s SA tNe. r AD n .- hp. n .............25 uUL wDi JohM. Stiles, Caesar
i r" so sVltL ,L eAND KILN-DRIED AP. 2:47wp om... .:5 FR-..........30V
--- 0. Gymnlina _rtDr. o Sth loi4:15 pn e.uggins. Joe
mP --Ol" Malmle, Neto aipt Ba.r _, . ..... .. 4 t:30 p.smt. ................... 4:15 p. m. No. 18.
am.S .s. Umpe to Transit Co. ---- -- p. m ...........Sat. only 5:10 m. .Precinct No. 18.
C .. LdeT o1h.;S h,. a.1 A:. 6:00 p.l m. a t5:45, o l 5:5 p. nc. : 000 in. aton BRH. McLellan. so e. .
s-e- :0p.s.npr s St.Vet to L ritt .p.. M.:.-7:15 .O7: SECRET S30.:iiM .iisu. i. p I. T.. orrs. B. R.
: 34.6P.ULcS. c, m OutO, r OT. RRT A.on 196. Car- ORER EASTERN TAR :00 p. m. 7:15 p. I 8:00 p. m. 8:30 p. Lnbreth. P. N.rwood. V. J.
-^ uaM6 ---R f egul" mee- ttin. 1970, F 10: p.- : T8::5 .s 9:30 s.m. : p .o t. Cobb w. A. Thompson. M. S. T.
*t\mt ,JmSUg? lvtvr. 9: n00 p. n. :00p. in. 8:45p. i. 9:30 p. m. Precinct No. 2.
Sthe Tamm to Gulf TransitCo.. C....Tuesday. October 20th, 10:15 p. mll:00pe.asm mecinPa t No. 21.
13ober p. Rodvic1.ap.:30VV.ITre7:5a. Le tr a eo at n ofro. m.Ponan Precinct rNo.om2.
sa an s s a to Transit Co. cordially invited. The 7:15 train from Pensacola w eili reio o nc No-. F. sta c eat. Bit rn Via eH-MRaS MFLER runu as a local train h ereafter. The 5"10 Ber. dohr Renfro, E. D.
S i r (:_ M.W. Lst, t .t ia, Bepr, o 2. -at i, train from a rrancas will make all MeLaney. F. Renfroe. M. W. P.
&&-At. Glyamast V __van& toByer BIrO. MRS.F 3 F 1 SMITH, stops. except on Saturdays. when a local Miller. G. L- Parish, F. P.
M. all th"feArst Friday iearcar will leave ig ayo at 5:20 m. MeBrearty. E. tW..
_iit ux --; mm- cer, --" F-The Pensacola-ig Bayou local will be Precinct No. 23. A G
yaa .; ee erF.&A.Idisontinued, except on Saturday after- Edmondson. C. C.
the or at mgt Wes a Aberden to ad. Regular Conclave of Eambe noons. Precinct No. 27.
T@Oti~eS rephwSiinatse llrn. & m A Lodge No. J.. F. & A. .. Mo lca rt leave PeacOte t Eaton, Ben H. Wilkinson, M. L.
sZeN t r k, WChrlstemM, i day lOctober I.s at 7:20 oW 7:15 a.S Pebley. Thos
-eg n 1464. Pires to mainster. P beothera ossor tars10:15aa.U LNPrecinct No. 2L.
PIKi4 ctam e= Aystomuas1ter.I tnvited. $3:3 i. IDean. Eda.
t^ -- --'-.& -- Aau Sp B orr, u142, coam w. W. WATSON, iT h r.cit leare- Penacola'ataa The County Commlsloners will hold a
P"rEaSYTS, 861, 'r E.J. QUGE.W :22nd. 10g. at 7:20 'elo-k. to hoar com-
16w SUNDAY CHE 8DULE.b i, L- "OHN _. C HtOUtE. pli.tnt and to restore all such names as Fri
SBbb ma. a, O V & VOLU"TEER VETERAN IR tIrst Mcar leaves p at 7:00 a. m.: have been erroneously stricken from Aid
AU arc? a ?S i n w irM n I 000 Cr t 80* ., sad from that registration looks.
Ar w e n < to 0=U. =a W .imsa. Volunteer Veteran-iremeSAASu. hour on. the week schedule will be By order of the Board of County Com- .
O #1a15tomxeits at so p a 'wi leeve Fort mini s-'ners.
It S- A-a, lx t s Knights of C -BUS Rrrancas Ct 50 p. instead cf 5:10 p. Attet: ANGUS M M-MILLAN.
Ha lle` a M a on the frst Friday in ea aL Cie Board C "ounte Commtsoner
3 Mts la. Nilk JooholL. 144. J .N.KA BW F ti ef win as t ou tbtutone-- By 41-BTSEL, ----
W 3 bk. istes. Secretary. "I" CHULE. t hu
L-- W"O11irrM ta ri4rr 119, bPL IfW to --botar -N-.ta-nwlilo so to woorU M pa hi feby iven that the under--
ninuhuiwni O w~ Nor Mu k S M atch Tamb. DAUGHTERS Or *E3I. win lltow orthNUeaslend transfer t *iged anitrater of the estate of
-l i I S "e.i to A-. Naoml E No. a, _.t W t cat & 131 1ad D*v Jie g s",. ald. deceased. will on the,
| 7 a. as W- M 4 t at 1. 0. 0. --- -_ -Ido w X p m- wbea tr al account and rnuchors tothe
**__________ t*f cogaill lnvf t b camrn ran through' pawaoe e-t ja4 of Eemnabia County. lorida, -
^ I -. ,_ Be-__ ECA e rbl--CA JOHNV . Ube&t 'to tbh =c s t --a- be ischart-d as adminntra-
at"P S .. L Do, me .1to toL -w. asl i ea. ter toSameats .-J,
.~~~~~L~ 3ft W421auI **J "^.-Wrdrr- i "*e",'

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All the ashes, dust, dirt, soot, smoke
left at their Gas Works without trouble
to you. It is delivered to you under-
ground, through pipes.
Stoves installed on our mains for

Phone 14& 2,



nd 27 E. Garden Street.

Worth to Me



It gives a man a better business standing in 4
community to say "I'll give you a check," instead of
saying cash for your grocery, meat and other bills.
Deposit your money in the First National and pay
with checks. Prevents possibility of loss and careless
pending, and gives you a receipt for all money paid

Four per cent. paid in our Savings Depai

First National Ba

,of Pensacola. Florida.
Designated Depository of the United Sta
W. W. Kn. wee aH, Jr, ,V-. H.lW tem W
TMa. W. r eMt, At. CasWLi er. W. N. SeberIl Am't. Cal
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It's the First BDoar

deposited in our Savings -Department- which lays the foe&ad.
tion for ,ample meau fotr Iqnwmeals. It will t real
pleasure to add to It weekly or monthly-to see It grow week
by week, by the month or year. Let us talk It over with yw.,
Have money in the bank.
We pay 4 per cent interest, cmmpeun quarterly.



Pensacola Bank & Trust C


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W. L. Moyer,
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'he Peoples National Bank of

Pensacola ,

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