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 20, 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: VID01218
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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' Ridder Appeals to rm g Bryan-Kern Fund f .aiAdmt

Frida Democrats s ow 795.00oo
ICANS MT URi DAYS The Bryan and Kern wmpign fund yesterday reached $15.00. WER
,,m + e* Chicgo, 1UL, Oct. 14, 198. lacking just 205.00 at bet the amount The Journal desires to for.
| ditor Jara1. Pa0saoola, Pa. ward to headquarters to assist in bearag the campaign expenses. -
Melt Travis and- K My Dear .ir lndly remit at once whatever cash you have m l* The frnd Sunday moranint stood $79.00, and yesterday two 2B a vas tmod h yeur paper towan4 te Democrate The Alahn. donations were received. Noted Huma
W .* e"d yurpp r t the Democd. atic 0 4 The Democrats of Ba,!aty, ae ties shoolf .
We s se need for all the money that is likely to be con- O-ay, a e come forward wim their 1 ns. The suess of the cam- lVered A
SRO tribted to contue meetig the necessary legitimate expenses Most Specctt d- paign depends upon the ablit -of the party to contlanue the fght as *
'which wI' be ru l during the remaining days of the campaign E it r now In their donations v out del in a yoition to do so should
ad* wm veryn mc wppre-te a continuance of your good ofort the-World Ever sendin uer doan out delay. tion
S* .We -* ~ 3e w e a ehtseve a great national victory, and hope Made by Mode Battle- TNTReUTION, vY1TER o.. ble m the C
.. y T ITTIa..- e every Democat wil do his full part n contributing toward king shi BUTON YEOTERDAY.
t sure. Very truly yours, J. Stewart, Bagdad .................................. I *00 h
.. s e r HERMAN RIDDER, A---- A. B. Stripling. Westville ................................. 1 The Ch La
Treasurer Demoatic National Committee. .y Asociated P u---- D sjet of ia add
6 b m g 4 1 l am tO" +--By_"a TNE .T .TO $1 .....y-. ................ ....
SI a g ad l Chleago tWl- T h lCRiASE ToE FUND TOh 1,000.00. o wPorPyortsmouth, N. H. Oct. 19.-The Tta wled. .**............ ...............$ 2.00 day aight by Dr.
a lr ata a The Jourl de of esing the fund to which Flor- United States bttleshp ne, after Preously acknowledged................... ......79.00 ., to t
W-i. tkr o- h-- Id-a IsmWLaq-*m have subscribed so liberally, to at least $1,000 before making a circuit of the lobe. was Grand total.. . t.o. e.r to a
S* Oct. thk. ft believes that the Democrats will respond. The # sighted off the ent to Port- ra total..................................00 Prebyteran chur
.-* ad bek ey a few hundred of reaching this amount at the pres- mouth harbor at 7 a. ay under the church which
1z"W g is La the a ww re "a d e t ~i. *a convoy of three tug. had wait- paucity of 700 wa
S ibetpafro te Oea a mb. *i Now ts' the time the campaign committee needs money. As is ed outside to meet her. ek bank were standing, w
IMP 4T m-igrh of the iSatn-. toM by Mr. RIMdder, the national treasurer, to meet legitimate ex- of fog delayed the amewhat, able to get ee s
S 1. _. ps "es- d4mag the remaining days of the campaign much money Is but the Maine was _i lly dock- spacious ediice a
00100 ed at 8 a. m. As sie around from bearing one
Se e a your dolar at once, and if you are able to do so, more Henderon's point her own apdresses to be de
t n* .6-.jrk 2lemaee were 0la4- Wbeldly e d. b steam, her guns ooa rear The program, w
... i1t9t l admiral's salute of J ul guns esting one, opened
." "";el tat pTT 11'rinl InriMmf," todltd ******* which was answered .+.opmmand- in rId rPP braPr PI I Tn ATvinn owe by an. Be
S ,. ... . er's salute of seven the navy I allowed by the v
^S-* tSe muore I "W1v san yard battery. The as escort- int Morn HT
Spi+. 3_ thaT TTam I mT ed by the three tugs wy to the II I L I choir. Then cam<

Imb sr -a battleship was warped 4tb the dock Re. Thos. M. C
the "Jackles" on board*at those stat aby quartette c
FO I. Er. r EAD IN NJ. MEXICO din the gav ent to pro -MICIGbN Ir m Hma
4" soe -asta ofI longed cheers. Aeld a ed rAndersos
? r The battleship Maine, On swinging then iatrodced
I-1 a e. ____._ to anchor at the Po th navy after he had co.
yard today ended, to with the ea ll Continues to The Mexicat Atner Se D. Hrt rendered
Aie.. TTana& wp Over Clay- Snow Storm in Colorado battleship Alabama, wL expected n F atT @ s
S. -- -. to arrive at the New p ay yard IncreaeFro h FOr- eO to er, om.
beoa s ow New Mezia, Kflling Causes Many Deaths, in tomorrow, the taRrs.2Tlao Garield -Warmler, CcMr
41l+ ot a ....... round-the-world crui e made by aFires.3S Ta t ad
a Pourat-InjurAng Twenty. Addition to Seven Injured a irst-class modern t Dwin Fires. g2,80 Tli r5 s ke
g tw House Was by Railroad Collisionst and pthe as oyage, which an fro
m. W u.. .nd Many Hou- Coming in Contact With 208 days, the two rd Praying For Rain to Stay the Rhimint Will Vera y. -fv'
EiFrom Founda- Live Wires. about 3 m,00 Flames, Which Are SMill Cruz, and is the First For r. McKelw
Lbef lef t p. of Several Mths Due to **eeinpoentioo
-; B- B it -^ ^-. > -Denver. Oct. IS.-Six a
deahaar tacebl t asno sor gU~ toth Pcic,~w~be5 Elpimo, n

7- Odears9 are traceable to a snow storm ge to the Paic,
-, .-b _ll" I.-which prevailed In Colorado Satur- f gsihip of Rs-aha rsima. rible Wake. The nrst carg of coal to leave of d hb
nigh as hefiht and Sunday, besidestse Sperrye ma-hththishrdthe.-e e
tuaoan lodbst. Twenty other persons sustained serious Injuries In st siis-
iIni+ i i.o-s l- s .et oth. rairoad o stand oi third division. Special to Tb Journafl. trict will be carried out on the Mex- T to s
persons w, e mo orM s u Mrailroad colli-ions and by coming In After the- sueenful enmelusib or Detro t, Mic. Oct. 19.-From prac- can steamship Seora, which arrived oit and it is a
Three of a eit is believed will ie. contact with live wires. the fleet's cruise to the Pacifi It tically every churc northern h- in port yesterday from New Oean the best form of
S ..The ae UW county coure house la sections of the mountains hea was announced that the warshipsgan Sunday will go up the prayers The Senor was docked more luble to
iwas wrecked, and a score of h@ues snow has fallen. Considerable dam- would return to the Atlantice station 10,000 people for rain and relief from gee wharf and will take on z80 .on trainig of the s
toa tro a the f ondf -aiti e tiel. age was done electric wires And tele- by way of the Philippines and the the great forest res which a fn f w
S phea a telegraph wi res w S blown phone and telegraph reawi aresetSuecanal, 'ad the Maine and Al ping across that whole section of amo has alra rived s ass e o
'p- eats m of poles levWe& The riously affected. Railroad and Inter- a ere eta rm t n the state. Lrom Bay City .o the here over the L. & N. She will ear- C.mislearof system is out of commission by burban electric lines have been in- uponthe come action of Rear Ad- statn e lower pe ry lar er amount if te al Sehes c ar a rixte
water, Upn bl- the town is i lout terrupted and at places completely m Evans and organized intq a spe- nsula, from the oo to the Ez here in tme to be loaded before the
w|. bcial service squadron under command river district in the upper peninsula, day set or er sailing. bol
+i _- m 'of Captain Giles B. Harber, command- all who dare quit their battle with the The coal is being exported to Vera .m--.' an six u
officials.and representativesf therIng the Maine. Their places 'in the R for an hour, will kneel togeh- Crii and the Senora's ertire will to c -i- in t.".
.- SERIP.OUS ISSUESciem an te res ti o a leet were supplied by the battleships and offer theirpetition mark the resue on e li
^-Qst. i .... .on yBEING S [i LED attempt on the part of the French to Wiseonsi and Ne ka. Almighty will check the devastations deliver a certain amount at coal at chldre aer tw
f 11 ^SeSi1p.-CiaStior tot heB arrest a number of deserters. The de- From the Big Fleet. of that resistless wall of flame whc tiat place. ame that this
S o to have 5w AS- s. serters. it was stated, were under the The detachment of the Alabama and has long since gone beyond all hu G VES CONENT connected' wita e
S eans C aSe tIth e a tolJ o London. Oct 19.-The latest phase protection of the Germans. Maine from the combined fleet was man control. h. t pa
toa -00 P100 io at tIn the Balkan dMculty points to the due in the case of the Alabama to her The death rolT from the forest fires By Aociated Pfm. Lon tI the best c
Stohis Bekaaoft n v IoP. possibility of tho serious issues being GENERAL NODZEU DEAD. Inferior engines and the case of the has now grown to forty-eigl'. Scores Rome, Oct. 19i-The public Is great- is vry little of I1
,,'h.. F-ts ue s ah -l'aS ca nv settled by direct negotiatipas before *-^o*a O -emain count ne to her limited steaming capac- more of the refugees who may have ly occupied with the intalmnal T] geaams re
Proved for the I paro edmetnt tional O hgre" Tobk Oi.. 19.-General Count ( ue of antinaaasend othe Dk of Abs tel wr le
meets, fegeig CO RT0111- leaving to the cogresa the Michitsura Nodteu is dead. (Continued On Pa. TWO-) t t P per hr eanme that the ma SinV Tte 5
im -T ab -s.lm "is 'the attituilepalansmofetts.-u-.i.f A.... .. an t-e ten t whole t-
+ u-S'-t The r-ch work of merely ratifying and legalis- rage is absolutely certain to take embodied. i the
theUd Am iim minister 2 tag the arrangements already made. place, the ktn having given his fulimre a- M
S"it The Bulgaris charge d'aiarp todayy consent to it. The Giornale a to the wm
Ametod Secretary Root a n at rmed Sir Edward Grey, British s ays that from today Miss Elkins can played, fr the do
",I r, -- thte .. ... - mfnt b.=- he considered in the same position as manufacturer ar
bad odi syautho.ed = give a roya princess. ly sesitive of th
, .. mthem t positive ran s that Bu AF-ER CARLISLE I ANdemand or th
S KWVO.UTI 1WON IT SENTENCKE. avoid war with Turkey. s "cst as e mas. criminate theme)
.. E ARR TS. A ^ --"' ^ImNew Orleans. Oct. 19.--That an ef. real ages of the
S. TOSETTLE ARR T fort will be made to bring the Car- She ppaton
O 1..--- lisle Indians football team into the open to e oje
SaM- W. e=mbert. e -the so -uth this fall was announce today given In y the
Ail"@&g a beW been condemned to Paris, Oct. 19,-The etit Parsenne bytI
fi x yan' t hard labor states that Germanyhas proposed to o by- cth Tou famoon s yeas c a doaes maony w
for partleltitlag in the work of the France to refer to The Hague tribun- l''aso the Iniyas never f et hus a cnes lauo i
S uevolntogap esmniaSom known as al for settlement the question which e ared fotn as n es in dsS e the have of thii
The g of e essats." even arose between the two countries over I in ootl games in ti
oeer membs te league the arrest of deserters from the Al tion of the country. (C<"O""ed
been ocde to terms of Of = French foreign le,0oS. A sharp clash V*q4
agent ranging from four to eight occurred at CasM & lanca the latter f
part of last month between French Steamship Velasquez W

Puneral Service of Bishop

Henry Codman Potter Today
T *
ft A-e-sad "pr N. Vickers, of Rhode Island; Rt. Rev.
Uw York, Oct. 1.-Flve blahops Alexander McKay Smith, co.adjutor
aB tame prt in the funeral serve ishop of Pens vi and the Rt.
Rev. William H. ,Ham iinary
, at BA6 ery 6C odman Potter, who bishop of South Dakota.
4di" at hi bt 1, er home at Coop- Cards have been sent to every Epis-
a lwim r.. July 21, last, which cophl bishop in the country, the four
rw ta e- at Grace Epiacopa. hundred clergy nla the diocese of New
mk, Sef5wr sad Tenth streets, York and many clergyen of other
at 11 o'Lekft tomorrow morning. denominations who were friends of
lishoBp IaM Oleer, successor to the late bishop. Along them were
S ag lPoS'V, ia be In charge sad Archbishop John M. I arley, of the
i tShet b6 the t. Rev. William Roman Catholic chureb.

U.S. Senator Newlands Breaks

Ddwb^ O WSevere Campaiping

:t u"In---- m calve treatia-t.
-FsAM N". O | States Seouator Nwlan4t has spoken in
htor Ea f ANe *very town of any asize I Nevada and
Shas tr the e was eomapel"e to eamol an enzage-
weeks at Sy aad iso nt to address a Democratic gather-.
As ib w to to r In; in eldfteNW last Saturday night.


Unable jo Ob
stance to Pres-
n Church.


ne Worker De-
twi-let Ad-
e Largest Con-
ever to Assmi-

bor Evil" was the
[ress delivered Sun-
J. A. McKelway, of
ie largest congreSa-
emble in tie Frst
ch. Every seat In
h has a seating ca,
filled and hundreds
while may were Un-
Landing room in tCe
ad were prevebted
of the most ablm
slivered In this city,
rhich was an inter-
with an orgaa pro
ckhasm which was
roluaary, "The Ra-
Passed" by the full
e the invocation of
Sscripture reading
terfltt. prayer by
allaway and a solo
composed of, Misses
L and MeM s Gar-
a. Rev. J. 8. Sibley
)r. McKelway, mad
delded Miss Belle
the ofertory and
ang by the full
of Mio Barnum,
I. Post. soprao;
lhite, altos; Moer-.
Andrson aAd Phil.
ms. HaMcott Ania-
afer. bsins. The
I with benediction
ay's AddzM
rho was' aftad to
i, said ilaPrt


he growing .M
ane meo an .T
the grtun'd of the
system hbas shifted. :
,y that child labor
i. good thing. It is
industrial education. '
the child than the
schools. Even sow
echoes of third S t-
Reial report of the
Labor for North
of toe cotton mamu- .i
ver to a question
es, children under
ttoiworkina cotton
ere hoeast enough
ir reports that they
from jtea to ty
elve. 'But now it is
is a mseasmy evil,
extreme poverty, for
I itseM, not logas-
nre, ad that there
t any way.
ortos or 1it0 cannot
'ma about this evil .
emase are growing
Ofber at kbMra e
abio rthat they are

par atof the dem e-
s growing int 4
at leader shouderat
Slabrt or in whole, ,
would frequently I m
Ives by testing tie
children employed.
statiSgm are Ueo
etio that they are
parents of the "LI.-
morn are ashanfed to
at tender shoulders
a part or in whole,

wrecked -

on the Rocks at Celia Point

By Anw=laed Prom.
Rio Janeiro, Oct. 19.-Dispatches
have been received by the Rio Jan-
eiro agents of the Lamport & Halt
Steamship line stating that the steam-
ship Velasquez is a total wreck at Cel-

One Bar'l (to the other)-This empty feeling that h as afflicted us this campaign

is awful.
Campaign conLribuions

to all paLtlu have been comparatively small thi year.-News Item.

I Point, ear Satos. Triate
vices state: however, that ae "I
stmanded oa the rocks ad though so
riMasly damaged, may yet be saved.
- All the Mengers n the Velasqu ei
were trm aerred to the steamer MI

Air Navigation Has Been

Solved By C W. Williems

By Aocfat PrtM act as one ad settle gertly to the
New York. Oct. 19.-A~oesUtlc a- grWod witht damag to the alrMp
Tetors and investigatM& boelve that or aftor. This a tles VA"be .4,
n his moopmac now at te o rwi -s it. t t irspa sm-v *sama
park testing grounds of the t- far air sta ew ew.
io society for a prac tialI C. W. W O i, a-.deela. to the lowr sWat
Willms, of Richmnd law W- at whiuk a the waghtt V mabAm7
chine wioh will prove 30s ArW is n -Is
in staMity it Mt tu speamt - M ts a' 1sttm
Thte urttst pent t- ever of de osr bs -achi- to twrm wr. eed it
fllio- mnalMe isIat rtabOWty. It -Ws proves trtal expa t *e
ychuate eand wnliam.s wiM that 4t ariar nwM-se wm havew e
in case of accident toin gMmr It i uernge.



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t. S4611d. w exe t thety t re r h e the k Iatir lob at
-.ilg -- a 4 1 0 ~.- IIe theb aoy sh wo O t5ae a fi t t m e l a t chl tre a h shoa eud
AN *T4AR RR ebor the a otoei hows them thd a to oth how the chi ha's it were ba
L W AY ap ts v9 e r of e his sa thority bees wreas s t a s is heritma ss at m. *a
*IWee CIh lad the b.lwl..aOsn Of ule .2 taaisl e nc cl CIt a leln am oa i
liii m.. pm FbUer Paem to t dhood. Pomn ts to tme t. ime... 3rs_5, ._ inr a. entoty ui leo Ie
*t ha a o t-n 10. -* hIyb, okf ts that wome sadi shows t is; wI em Ol eruity ieg. ho- e
+ "-a "'06 "- I I o i '" I of h vers are too or thre acon It has been styrule to letod befor tal wderer, byt wimlo rience s by oar
? :gg- '. = *.-_.L., to .I _ e a ed.4 of i th at the saey e the po, e danesperbos ficta, the wo r t the de statute the mane Hei
--'s. .-- re it was n--o-l i a the chiia sad ot show .smso d n rigr ht and twa, ins sac redn of the poor wori after at
--1V MnSai atde, atd _ter t the ll t a m preat, many b of it a to his control opeg to the t cold blood the riht te oe sad the I bat fcr
S' .M whom ther or vie, tro themselves e olt n aoms fa teaches the dls- t he right to seek work theo tfeed tat d ott

V -;, +.;-~- + ~ I tt we d T i M-- ^ IklII~ 'tINI tperj ry hd nmst the truby o th." the prknown v the Amerca loo ttle ones? W&an piay is eaer madi JectrIte I
Ithe Alaba on May 15 childhood Iake their appeal to us to- demyon fame receveth me. And sad ctoed with the rde o plans
SMWaganteCon- 'III IIday, its .enpee., its hu.. ..mility and then we can e the ,face of the Ma- tau stierseut. the s o a te yo
Sits -- .ipro-ls-e. J called a little child .

Sr e n with tofhe strae oo armaee tthe ers shei
,.ne 1 3herS IK er a comfort to' he "Iealn mridg toaereofthean, set him in tae midst So to- r e t antic by way day, the child i the midst i s b thelp-o

w- ag "tewagesgrow Ito t iaa taug the a ti e xnimen ae. i or of ar f ptf r ie beor teter woM Moy- ted Labor s -- we te wageprtoo.. o ... .... p t r
h... =1 .s- Ii -_-Te bdu, ns tnsoe samell th e.for.sht ar hours when the
l t t. rt o the d gifts, the ef-denying gifts authoriat were and aairsof the common citizens b Instincts o an a hty Father, who less e
bus. Sce leaving Ma-Adtherohtle must beerdogeby othersIthe adroit man rs of the hugep o
e, Iemsadrlls nd daily bestowed upon the child. W t ara on g ener pr Amipleca little ones? at play s ever made cts
St bestowed uponlymake the appachild, given n ere w a ae of the "muzzled leaders wth a mo ryt terrible record othf or deplan to d
Swisdom, will t gratitud e but need Thes e managsubtle seeking power cor- crinal proed be them It blow s d ath
ar' d P d mut be bneuble. Wahat o for ev suserior od tt t h ie is o even superioren t the Labor Tut The orp s h ti. e this atePuti,
me b r w s pa te WaI Cmeto bfe n h Wou e wt g f orof theUnited States. expt de h ave o mon6y>90.el to o r c e

th records m e by the G. A. Fredel Dallas, e t es of manhood. They we are frexellent y the ete dist of papers typubaphed violence. uch bare faced srt *o

Sthe ss of writes u'sSnow qualities to teach to rceildren in ld them, but there were a few afraid tiscus ft that the judge who f the Amet one tas.
Sthe I ent for tion for manhood. But the right print them altho offered full paybe n the testiony mpf abor the O the rit in
et wh th voyage through Ith iees bure= andiment from his nts, sometimes, the obtt therai, afraid the unions in their factors for the preservation of peceds so ft erlwylaftr
asthe st.Part of the 2Sc, 0ftMid $1.00 gifts, the selfdenying gifts that were own printing department would strike is only interesting as In Wlyertioo on a is

Sot be stowamed the. divine image. It Here was a e of the Labor Trust in the deeds ery m
ha PRISONERS IN A t a familiar truil but It cannot be However in some offices less wis- of violence was In his opinion true. ven or vio
pwder was n mthe is too often the a wi thgifts town and the papers re The abo Trust shout .or the p- mate of e
s sl fs PLOT TO BREAK JAIL thood ad gretoren we have ree to To f theo print the d ographical ear, and winks in an r direction coomtr ali
V* ,0El It th. wAyml latf aY da1 help the canld p. nionars let it be sad th msa ori ty of Its or f its criminace Wa e

W. A Tex. Oct. 1Bill, and teachen consider the promise of membs- ~e nd if the nienouncement in order to "keel) up te work. InJntileon hi
al r o chare men, the men wmceiveth the child to set to appear, wron eite and k the Without certainty of protection the you
iri mca h. aed other madae the wlorl beowtter by havg u blslher "twhy.u" s o-er- wteo qiim cklybe e itor te Nocigt ist
soners were discovered In a plot lived in It anmpd lted It vinearer to G. His only good excuse would be "o aged. The Labo r Tet s the reet a

Do -0 0 ina C luPa r jail yesterday evening.. s an s and brought te knutItdom nearer, cotrac with Post." Bt when he wis re not publicly protest even if he sea hoa ei
PRad beEnRpaSedtoIN eA a thought of too often U' that all the dom was shown and the papers re- es Troug the entertainment by cout order

', t e the y were making PLOT TO BREAK JAIL- swadling clothes lit we have ever r t I and sundry other sons, t became the "entertainment committee" and tckg ro
way whemon discovered. Hatield was the cradle. and the converse is o p to the agenurer thof it wa left the wives, widows and children have h ae o
u o immediately transferred to the dun- true. The child Ir the ter of that date and if the announcement to te w o aa i
t; o "r :"i L~^^ gUeo inJali heeoo.h ma n. the ena of todaymen lwho tailed thho appear, write feand ask the wy to bring their wro to d few ,

-- Officmuers from California ai, x a. Th r s of t os The discovery by readers that a public ear. The poorhoue may take eours iave
risoners were discovered a lot ard are it a great te d good me n t forite newspaper feared to print care of some and the streets of sc t
n tb r.ted here toerday for Harlevenind. aHis and the gracious women of th nearer Hs ntra owithnode inu te noer he it e or a t areu

i had bwe reen passedto toe resis ex- to come. And oi the other side od in writth fot and in the i nter bu t the suberingc terror and oey a asel!
'e d os ever brought to tis city tradition.was te shield, thereAnd Is ot convicted e e ndry other reasonstbeca children, wi ad .

Sith FH go. Immediately tras ng murderer today, ietig the death that every forty, (only one uion ma in widows of independent work eq quet of P
Schooner Donna T BOOST CHICAO han.Th been awarded him at the hads every forty e) produce. a di- s known only to themselv aod their one saigle i

THROUGHOUT THE SOUTH of his fellowmea who was not once t and distrut ard to overcome. God and no one seem to have the Hu- latepildag
:I' .iimlo were bon.taln Baltimore Sv Associ n.f a Innocent pe -y other little cald.- When the rigt of tTh onmoe- anity or b avery to speak in their s r s
.. .-'U^ i^most the.e m combined purchla Chicago, Oct. --A delegation of There Is not i at of the ditch, pie canot be defended In the news- deene. i
s, wfia w ihol Iebaae oa members trom the ci. AsSq a- with body sodd sad mind diseased, papers because of fear of s or O- Thousands of individu members lag stated
1ity.By clasolidastng their or tion of Commerce has arranged to caught IW the gip of a bestial ap- iaton, either of capital or labor, the of organized labor have hearts as ten- beca a
e for -usIpment en one wvesi the take a special train oS November 3 petite, there is not a woman of the- enslavement of citizens has reached der as can be found in all human soa tOM hio

'-$= n.+** G-c_--_k_ w- S work euloading the large Hot Springs, Little Rock and Pine we 8holM e to receive the child. Those readers who would like to Host Uo M HeMI.
M- wI l be started. a Bluff. Ark. The object isoto draw Howe l we should be lest we of. hare printed the names of a few t an honest nionh
.ri .IMII :'- I I .,- the south in closer commercial rela- fend, lest we. through carelesiaeIs, 9e sad public servants who have voice in prstest at a un iso his eed toa pIl
. 3 srsTk"IforD, tion with Chicago or Ino race, or 'greed. or sDelfhas tme lax i support of the rights of and the "men of ient tes o "sod
Sf. of any Id s aiad cast the stumbl. the people when asailed by class Or cry im do'n with shouts teo t ow sot e
l t i th TANwx CES TO HAVE TARGET MPACTCE. block te path of childish ganats are invited to make t guy ut d windo" nd if he be tr
.work. l h large n H'o t rfeet. know their w-ihes by snail addresw- on hut pT e .iy exadet to be sth o
SW bMrs. Jo Mre. ridagT on "H" ey Amocea Ps, Therefore it Is Incumbent upon us, ed to the uadersigned. v- ienty ala ewecively shut up. Some erty
srO t. betut- Cervaates aad Strong San Diego, Cal.. Oct. 19.-The to- as individuals as a church, as a city He VowNoticedda y let u esetovely shtht up. Some eslty.
..P *l 'Mll, 'In er.y stra tmlr d creum- p boats Rowan, Fartagut, Golds as a state, as a nation, to give every e evry R er h a adroitly the ITadors will get rid of the present led and order thlea
SsI asI t s th ult of a recent i!- ohes and Davis of the third fotilla child a chance in lIte. We do not of he tar wtrk to n moe son e rid of the present (leaders ad r we l
S, whes has m edi her to er cm Ito port last night from Mare khow, we cannot-tell what the man- so m r sko ore conlt the eleoefu leaiB (lann r f bqei- work
h e the past tw weeks. Se he Island. They will remain here tea hood or the womanhood may be. d She? orhe 1 les of in the peacel le manner t bost- blow up ho
a w _ow sa. has two children, aged .ds Uad then proceed to Masdalena What learnia~dLw~ and what hklll, what "thepeoples-ii ti a -e r - en who h mn ty e ondny rh yctl sla ht
39 siBe eight. .Hfr ~-aband, who bay for target practice. IAeutenant treasures of literature and art r Do us dI.atiyoanii ,t dcuus of humanity, dya when tey aac~ pywhvnt
Si the uSy of the city, died BrllWart commands the feetL The, brave deeds uncommitted, must there so doiaieon? of the dly a cannot sell their lbor at a otihfac- staoiprevint
st two years ago. Lawrence and Fox will T Join it here be m tte eyes of him who seeth the o oyo utthik It w .e ,s tfy price to foae mean, do as the restraining oe,
In a b. today onwa chr ke of drerl con- s s ib itaes of every life, unwritten, It If to.l ffaege and publs e os wrer ennot at that time buy at the d nertnofdi
-~Sob S A .- uu-. dut ad ladI alI aceP ro m, H,. t has ere maed, unexpr d b ufor the n nthu pene, tthr oe deueat or Violence for pre r asked. \ th lt

; -- PFATHWRo PUNERAL kison street police station. Togo with wich ha marked the triumphant ue a, jumr, ao d the Bumber of The man who has saved money Ithe a pillo
8 wler..vate -ieo." y.- c. u r w allkn .tr. -Theoai poror es oW Calistian missions in c.zens a- .lted or ma iured and with wd c to purchase wheat or la- wrasse t aS e
S y AWini dri andSt ron w gesa oe station d that a pa- heathen w .lah ,. ro ha instituted a n e rbeg iTh evt yer m ae o ive tAbor bu r should d not be maimed, murdered. tui' e bid
uuste r t t atr Troy, N. Y.n to trol wgoson be sent to arrest a man cn kland f slavery, unknown to the UruSt a xaeedia by ar the amount or his property destroyed because he bor Trust B
-'AY- R. PUN ERAL 1lso" Street pAlicW station. oos with whichwhasmmahreh p the oodtriumant jhae. an the poplto h number of the a n waho hit sae mney t 'e a oith
& upper lip swln entered t ^^loaged. daogress thle ptiocmissionsMIndcitias assuled ory mu.ngianen tand wI wic thh toprh awwaant o wr ue

at*" SL*19 lau SaMs fLt. r N. hto tolswuof ber sent toaarresutea ma anceut worrau siterat unra now3 to of violence which ever occurred in does not feel like pdrtlng with that impudent or
i n .they. .ssfa the heathen wolmd today, -childlave- any one year during pr-slavery days oney to buy whe or labor when he Sll we
II-T110w i a wt te u r. The op toJs^0 for thesystem Thebac mdn waw iot hits h owbn erIn- eiQt eyne of hro twte It.orkowst theeof hitowens
WMLL ,NBJ WtA- 5ER STATION IabouI IGAN tt eer possiile of eavry lf, L usnri th L yorc heas ae.wAny atmp a st orion nwseein
...."Aoe who-Hworks n unt Trustd, le.d "orders.-b" Invonar should e promptly ato n e ectally they mubt v
i1e i e Re uplet faor ontimue Fm FIost Paee.) er -with no cholee whether he shall idleness is no less deplorable than in pun oshed y the court ad th bu- to t
VW..-I --I4 01:1w o ro-, wt froc thenr homes to tb t- r o. trol over the Y outa e seral loka hes put where they cannot again ask looking
,_ w ll Te-enfom their'hms at earb t hours_ or .w a o.r otecnds itio nO The di.beietbc man was ae tirannie over tIndepend nt Amen- wifedl-v er
til e wa w teu h tme tsa wer thein Mh s a of he labor,h and with no ri to times driven with a whip, back-tao-s .an. me -.e
.T..... I s TUIion. t hmas re sue to nve be&t ethrv. re of _service. The chl-. work. The disobedient 'union" man This rapi4 growth of anarchy and il 1 II
os .... .. a.n. doub *dybur-,n ,,.. -d with no choice...t...r he. -enaway hiswork, with clu, d j- T s -- b
gg a i ig-, e6l '1 t ti Im a to The. re. will never be notna but ,t -ao ard- hisprndts, wtlhw no control over the usulted, slugged unconscious aimed and how much ,pa-y to tl-e managers I ila

?:I g -B"t.l----D ay .an'Nn.....h -r et ing oe.,r i. bounw H ,e bls- able, homes destroyed.en pll..pety bettr keep his money hi om e sf '

.- 5- .- -la. ae tafter Prn Ty saualihttosave theirhomeshnvalatlsnor tils and mines and ty oad brutality that hbae could de- thing where he woald h' be a y .-I

have ven up before the onrush of are slaves. e nd r ot execute has forced to buy r when not needed
; v~~~I hasttfa re^- __ ss^ r The an ruflK outlawss exeut hassn
'**1 *m''~ ^those roaring flames ad nave after Itaa re laSed for our age to been put upon American workmen, and to employ en he don't want. ae
annumemble escapes. come Into town C ide 10the lhild In a new aspect, who bave dared to disobey the "or- In other words, the man who has the to r
__ showing fearful marks et their stras an trial asset i the der" f the Labor Trust leaders, little money to invest d't ro to
N glen with bodies larsed mad scarred, sog feWeh ttmercial suprenuf Teero were aboae"e,000 citizens as- hae nyrth
;The propsr ty lossIer b n gre upnhere Inle n o en e the i lned in tell him ho or where ato by iou Ptge a
heE a theRJ tiIber J 4 __ i s C ekehi iwE lata one sttrke (the teamsters) a nd many Th etack of the Labor C ens' Id
ll r- t-The value of thes timber J eSegate aoastersMe sare aIotEnglandb a=on crippled for life. Some 12 or 14 Trust on cit ns whe would have e pty to perfa
Sl osse of hundred m ofin. ter Ing it lha o ytmy a hi -- were wilfully murdered outright and money to iest a labor If allowed to tsay politic
fn hundreds of te r t as r hes victaim bAn oud or stat yet there have abee n but few convic-. Invest peacesly, has been o tI either
w ipe oiand uresdents In the three -waha v die deth ouseans A tatsm tions and trilling if any punishment. strogest elements which brought on whe these f
L ~~~wiped out-Metz., BoltonandSouth theveariff A"Uncle Sinus Way.thpai.3 Umii
probably hundreds of thoU- the Currecy anod the freight-rates.
Benefit R~g~m'.-Is proy And the Church of Christ, whosefMonly ten MeARai av mseytobuldad. nbeente
sands ThereM are perhaps 10 per- teand r as the great friend of led and maimeO and one kled Ike to be aig sseed e death by coa p mpmaties, fa
sons omelessas a result of the cfhe da has -only begun to Wtt eforei port, ample apology would tinued Impdet interference, and ex- vott l o
of the last few days. a oa Sasi dn fotet against. this d h. have been ma de ns 4wple funds Oex- pensie delays by labor union tan- lg t d
these have et everything they ous curse. And the evil Is on the ae for the apport of the Iniured gles, therefore hundreds of them It at
IaM ase. Checked in one state it families. at the muzzles of Uncle don't b So with proposed new was of
h 5U'W WW5 aphee iv ano ether. As t-. mta's 1-aich guns, or some people fatoi sad eter enterprises, ber ie et

^~~~~a s TICOaLS PAR CiNT anotTwS As' ^ Rob-*a,^ :6
ert HUnter has truly said a child sat sme thlt s would have' been Between the lom -. o tal- t a Aa
labor law sa law without & riea&. blewM e off e face of the earth. But demaaogues and te Trt stig a *
And Amesmwbie, the helpless children SAN cttineW tuljwm,, with a schedule leaders, the stes* attacks on indus reagelk at
% arePssing through the'process that of tewards for broken legs. ribs and 'tr~s dried te up and the stad mit tge
blights their bodies and mars theit,, arms and so much for eyes gouged nme, bringing ileness mi soalged 6 al
-U d -o ~a ands s pellt their Spirits,.ea" is oeat, paid by members of, the labor atosaa 4sr
delpbftato turnhthemp trawn tc trameTrust, is passed with tb corn TI denuad hy the Labor Trust g
hed WOdeis serates a"aaarehis& meat ema absolutely not one cent of leaders for a atidatit a --
Or take ame~be seriptural principle omtrihutbon or support for the dest- quite in leeplag with the pm-poses @1 hoe hag Ae*
W.=NagyjI e rumea bid dwGo by Chrin t h ZZne cor- tte families o the victims. the tyrauseS 3igders. A careful I-o the ga
us win* 9** Marsa i the semula deure e be- It has been notited that when union vestlgati d the secouds Ot al u* me 1 "'IA
in = r=t two AMMl ud at me ods aripnis are an trial r er r for the past f years ol rgres those
TheWrmW~ese ag The SMV asw inaremllg Over indepeadesat w s omnthey cls the fact tht omly 20 injuno ed s U. I
are srves w mItest a Ieef the quiedstVm Ao shva be the great- Omes bring in their wives and meth- tses how bssed in labor dispes a
aCW =. Ieat I% the Of heaven. And q" box*etheir children clamber I in not ene et e me has the Wt
Sbyr vame. Mp* l ad sets mt to fip the ury semerlior ceat so or bIsbd tI
Aabeae-BlusclL Try AL gia the m~at at tham Ot lNo them um dXXNwma=. so mauck for the bm Ierv.N te ahataait C t


M ,

MR No cuds but whatm
me m these little odes,
ar. er Mm that a ailg.
theh o nt Whoit hisseek
o were r mo wned in the

n IhmmeoIa mas
r as to be held Thmarad
4 o'dock at the Presb -
k, and it is requested that
a members but alt inter
maae wed- attend. The
the Ite1tlmg is to ftrmu-
Lad nio*e a-Igemeats
Ing yeaft wwrk.

ts has bee a as free fro
amanlty ias prone to weak*
i, and Oer courts are he-
rtatel y far mankind we
or aad wvuak ss in the
westratelag order or "I-
illabor ase than in any
me-t of legal procedure,
xt remarkable st in all
wie~io" agitatioA to that
Aen ease as .l ha been
-r -- -"

0e anOr pikeMt hat .s
Sor omag W work
tory, lae mor wI aa
smIay or0 ~W s

e courts eatabaeri
ao or tmaeir protmction

a0e, tiate to eagelyto ate
thestro some. mchimey,

with his drset set ismre
me 0intrSestedliedn hi'

ande, and every lwotgle ti
rtes waterningori

i the mase who ean aet
vey la nNia tlad?
avo. time emdrq into8

terbe e led b a
o peeBve men. to resta
erty or It hia
for the Caser eeders (
ol ttetens to say that
Sa court he right to like
Wnda labor ca After
arch oa the records Hon.
u thert oa wel to ctean
va inio wi ia pace
lever he isnO Ieing peao. e

tfe bees be b harmed
rto o"tv hl. e from -
ar interested persons. It has

Sbut on demand for the
ateer T ,b leaders (?)

olitrians to say that

"abe od"lod. t No toim
SIbo Trt leadeAft oer
ammb a tat he te court
tIo eldgoma mopen, I tre-a
eie want to eet tree to

thad baer ybeenmtme t
es or preeiety was put
hat abume to ad. Thaises"
-but on dem ndfor &M

t meant be produce pp
ay cofrt im WSaaIagse a
umrder without se to even
Prolap wol ave been etp-
public good.No gemr
oa one. Why tereftre

IruAb Trust leaders
dable cmnd that that oft
f they dare tSate ay Ina
rtmeat rPsle a" prep'

tys wantous. beree to
orishe the farther owth
andi meir d aymadters to

ote or party Wedg a
ateres too tnt 1etadte

to amre power, if tbp yp
dthe laborer vite o ve
wng eehdmisis to do thalt

ertyeetose whrkm the
ad toe abr Whe 1S0-
rki asa* Home 1619W

heyca dat' isoev say L-.

or- pornua sbu-for w
S deep !rea, wipe
"Kt of ose m ey nd and*

trial Assclatios bee a
rW witheWt sm or beF
al or clae ms
of = ,O ver, abor4 -d
cts are piaed before the
on readers o MBldeU t
ise the dn tin
id pgemnl bl
ty ts
It you 10
cetod an
the Elighag





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e', eges, ie re, l, weve

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SJ- Pay. Chloage a wealthy
w eat on

t..a & 9CFley. Ala. waa
Swmd ve i the city yesterday
MN lvIey P. A BeLr. aelm of
SftuM. Owe owa large
tA tM e ]ma t a Bagewl coanty, and
S* '^d t1 smamue. adafta

S=1 N n l tm emyintlm was
Sdmema1 at l 4 m. Iast year oa
so -ame date the axim- was 7
=-IT, the atmya yestdegrday

fm t *
.Xs Flsae sa A. JBame lsbam -
e Ieea-t ow l o-swreo. 2taei
U s n aclefs Balmnd6. weerd e nd
$ MJam em.oa g atito lo swfrd
cow ye:-day was 81Thegreat
0~e uvsamwe bahmam et' thied daem
tLew T~m. dAAm. onastard mg-

VWpzuwiet9r of the Pal3-
&a oarw VMS *Red and eams In
09 ,emufts -jes"Wuday- m
*9mw 'OUmL An entry ip the
zemoer6s aft MAW ow he heed0o


0 &~ehe ouf

'Duh I' d-th$at $2*Stthe Rue
ulb mae Ssreson*M e 4
by Remder JdhosonyeM i Ifor a
vlmiotb. at tbeuw stock WdJ-wbe

SI. 8. ebr wd Rth throw.
ug peanut a li the Plas was
deAheresd by Seooudar jsamo yew*

IL. yaoo Gi 4 obstruct-
,g te asidewafc- was- ted $2 and
afxe to the resorer's ae wt m eer-
da. Will Wilker wasm eed "f and
asts on the -ams chaue*.
Rom. 'Alexander,R osa Lee GilSr
and Jesste Lee Brylt, all odlord
charged with loiterin, were -sentenced
to twenty days nl .In yesterday by
Recorder J-bawon.
V N ^oDok retersd yesterday
htre&h U alang trip to OGaranier's bayou.

Perty-o.e cams esre docketed for
trial in the eder's court yesterday
morninS. Four defendants were dis-
charged and fe*r cases continued
lines to the amount of $219 were as-
e* *
in the-stdverthisemeat of the charity
dance, published Suaay, the a*dmi
sltoK price shl -havre beftan cents,

Now the arite l In the
south. It pleases every .aer. Largely
heed in th best reetarants anad
hoteb where the best is deianaed.




Accident Occurred at Brent
station Early Yesterday


Miss Demsie Johsaon, of Brent's,
met -with an accident at that piaee
yesterday moring which resulted in
the Ioss of one et her legs and serious
injury to the otler.
Miss "Joh attempted to cross
the bucks at t00 lud a wm 5I&ANas-
vyle raroadl In roant of a movingg
Passe"W-t-Min dues a Paaonesis at
6 o'clock a. m. She was endeavering
to reach the station before te, train
stopped in e der to board it for a
trip to Peonacola. When she missed
her tooting and fell while the train
was only a short distance from the
depot. Before she could get out of
the way the waheld of the locomotive
guessed over oe .at her .lgs which
was later amputated by Dr. Ben-
shaw, the L. & N. p0y*clsa, assist-
ed by Drs. Hutehinson sad D'Alem-
berte. Her other leg was badly in-
jured and the hysicians are en-
deavoring to save fit.
Engineer MeArtAhur saw the young
lady wbhn she attempted to cross the
tracks and he applied the emergency
brakes, but was unable to stop the
train in time to prevent the acci-
Miss Johnson is the 18-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave John-
so of Brent and she was on her
way to this city to vlot her sister,
Mrs. Hoyt of 1102 Bast Strong street.
Tablets. Dr-ggistsat- er money it it
fails to ermA W. W. QGOVE' iga
tore is on each lox. 25a. t

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FP A special from New Orleans re-
garding the resignation of J. G.
Joyner of this city as chief Inspector
for the Gulf Coast Lumber Exporters,
IL S. Somerville, recently appoint-

ed cmlef inspector for the Gulf Coast
-Lumober Exportr's Association, with
headquarters at Room 616 of the City
Bank and Trust Company building.
Mobile, Ala.. succeeding J. G. Joy-
ner, resigned to return to his home
in Pensasola. Fla. _aad engage in
the lumbar marketlg business, is
one at the best knw Iea n in the
Southerni lumber worUt. Hia ability
as a yellow and pitch pine timber-
a"d lumber inspector is largely re-
aOgmisaed by tae exporters of the Gulf.
.Mr. SomervlMe repreeeted the Pitch
Ptae a"nd Labher Company, of New
S Trk. for several years, with head-
SuarteW at Moble, nd has been een-
mested at various times with the
LOna and and Lmber Co., of
SI le; the *American Tradlng Co..
of New York, and various other ex-
"earr .'



President Nash Writes An

Open Letter to Produc-
ers and Copsomners.


President Nash of the American
Naval Stores Co., has issue the fol-
lowing statement regarding the
charges brought against his company:
To the Producers and Consumers
of Naval Stores: Our company, since
the naval stores producing industry
entered into a period of depression
and unremunerative values following
upon four years of unexampled pros
perity, has been the subject of con
stant attacks In the public prints of
Florida and has been* charged with
possessing ad exercising the super-
natural power of axing and control
ling values of a great Industry cover-
tug eight states, for the purpose of
crushing the producer.
During the period at high price
and consequently of prosperity to the
producer, we were., n the other band
attacked by the consuming trade
Journals, particularly tmoe in Europe
as being responsible for creating a
level of vals that impaired the
profits of the comamer.
- The charges from both quarters
were equally without foundation, and
have, therefore, been .Ignored by .us
in the belief that time would ahew
their falsity.
Inasmuch, however, as so trong
anad important a body as the Jadn-
ville Beard of Trade has ideutied
Ite lt with these attacks, aand ha
gome to the extreme of dissmemmnt-
lag circular letters of a mildadin
character throughout the ceumumtng
and producing world, we ew deem
it incumbent on us, in justice to the
trade as well as ourselves, to take
notice of the charges made, so far as
is necessary to place our position inn
its true light, and at the same time
show to those not already advised
the causes that led to the formation
of the American Naval Stores Com-
pany, and at the same. time those
that have produced present con-
ditions in the trade .
History of the Company.
iThe companies which have been
the chief objects of attack are:
First. The Atlantic Investment
Company, and
Second. The American Naval Stores
A word as to the first named: In
1902 the waterss embraced in the

.oun iiaotea MNavai Awwres. uoFpfl
rgamised -their own export company.
with tae avowed Intention of market-
ing their own receipts. Before pro-
ceeding to tha% extreme they realized
the Inadequacy of their equipment
for this heavy undertaking, and made
overtures to Paterson-Downing Com-
pany and S. P. Shotter Company.
which resulted In the con(lul on of
a Joint contract with those companies
to take the Consolidated Naval
Stores Company's receipts at Jack-
sonville, Fernandina and Pensacola,
on basis of the Savannah market,
Under legal advice in New York it
was determined that the proper
course was to organize a holding
company, the sole purpose of which
was to Issue to current stock-holders
of the Paterson-Downing Company
and S. P. Shotter Company their
equivalent number of 'hares under
the revised interests. This company
was termed the "Atlantic Livestment
Company." and its charter was for a
term of two years and three months,
to conform to the life of the contract
with the Consolidated Naval Stores
Company. We &all especial attention
to the fact that thi- merging of in-
terests between 'the two contracting
companies was not the result of our
own volition. While entered Into by
us as a measure of self-defense made
necessary by the attitude and Initia-
tive of the factors themselves, it was
at the same time urged and pressed
upon us by those who subsequently,
and to further their own ends and In-
terests denounced it as a "trust."
Other joint account contracts wera
made necessary in our own defense.
We never contemplated the violation
of the Sherman anti-trust act or any
other, and did not suppose that we
were doing so.
Stockholders in Combine.
At the time that the Atlantic In-
vestment Company made its contract
for two years and three nont;as
with the Co;isolidated .-val Stores
Company of Jacksonville to purchase
from the Consolidated th.' bulk of its
receipts for the term mentioned, the
representative- of the Consolidated
Company insisted, as a condition pre-
cedent to their makingC tie contract
for their company, that they be as-
salgned a considerable interest fa the
Atlantic Investment Company. which
was the purchasing company. We did
not care to do this and appreciated
Cie fact that those gentlemen were
becoming interested not only as sell-
ers but as buyers, but we finally
yielded to their insistence and their
demand for twenty par cent, of the


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comme.Ptbef A a. Coe '.m*

unexampled trade depression follow- am glad to note that the Gulf fort to have this whole matter, in- paidprompty wih the exeo
Ing the financial panic. our own capi- CoastInLu W. .tterw.ay Association.cluding the question of your fairness three, who confessed Judgment TlYne
tal would also have ben wiped ou at Coast en ad aierway Atinous interior coast-n in what you did as members of the mayor happened to have a private
and the industry paralyzed through al waterway ro us t inte io Grande oa committee, determined by the courts memorandum of the cases be had
the enforced lack of our support. al waterway from hp Ril Grande to instead of contending against the tried, and it stealing the oode wa
Withdrawal Would Mean disaster the Atlnt I am hardly favor right of the courts, to interfere and'the wrk of pite, those who took
rhwal i n o your movement."-Henri L. Guey- usingevery effort to defeat the it were badly left, the council champ.
those e same thinking men. withevi jud-nttodan. first vice-president estatetae In- court in its effort to do justice in the her was moved today to a safer
met unwarped by the sting o fail- d Waterwa Association, Gueyda ttter, using even physical res- plp.
uLre, that the attack upon -he Arer- tance to its will (for you have not
ure, that the attack upon -the Amer- am in strict empathyy with your forgotten that by a speciesof larp OONT PAY CARRIERS.
tack uponaval Store ser bakbne o t- i project.. aad think we ouzht to send practice worked on t^e secretary, you Onee. en the Journal must eall te
inusot. tone ot dlt-ugate- to ycur convention, and visa got into your possession al the rec- attentio t ( Its subscribers to the pay-
This r my. an with its r-siurc-s versa, ke.-ping in tie reateq har-,ords, returns, etc-public papers tag of suberiptions to carriers.
and its c nruction the fruit of n:y--C" S. E. Holland. president that they were-and refused my Carriers are not authorized to col-
thirty yea of laborious and flifieult ierstate Inlar:d Waterway Asscci- counsel certified copies of anything; lect for the Journal. Its only aater-
ed ti to the reaion. Victoria, Tex. and absentes yourself from the meet- ied eaeOeetOrs In Pensasels ar
edu thca tion to the requiremensor sympathize with your proposition ing ordered by the writ of the court Messrs. J. A. Wales, Sam. M. Roaeah,
of thebuins tskes up. pays for and will be glad to aid yorr senator and concealed the return,. which you G. Lambrecht, John Gerkin and Bler
wick, Pensacola, Tampa, Mobihn when it c ames up."--. S. Senator thought so essential that the court's White. On the road the paper Is nFp-
JOs. F. .chn.so0n. writ would be defeated thereby, rented by Charles Stewar C.
Gulfport. New Orleans and the inter-i "Will d- ) l2 a newspaper can."- U. Porter, IL E Wilnas ad W L
*or Gulf states, totalling annually i Erwn Crl.ghead, editor Mobile Reg- -. Belt.
750.0t barrels. valued at approxi- Erwn Craead editor Mobile Reg- by thrm gentem
lately $7,000,000- These receipts are ister. WEATU w3 s- seid by tmoSe
taken upon the daily prices prevailing "I have for several years, editorial- wil be- -I8 byt o e
at Savannah, the basic market. ly through the columns of The Jour. but some other.
Should these who are engaged in nal, advocated this project."-Frank Don't gay carries.
the conspiracy against the Ife of L. Mayes, editor Pensacola Journal. ari ,E.. S u _,
this comnrany accomplish all that it is I am personally very enthusiastic M
their declared purpose to do, from over the inland waterway."--C. C. T O ARRESTED ON CHARGE
what. quarter do they expect to re- Goodman, mayor, Pensaeola, .a F SELLING LIQUOR SUNDAY
place its buying the distributing I am in hearty sympathy with the
power and avert the chaotic con- movement of the Gulf Coast' Inland A hteal drink. o minn gte Josh Naywed mad Jae JebW
ditiens that woaldn afect tile enre Waterway Associatio."-WN. B. ley Mlt and the tonic proper eS ofr both colored, were arrested 70esrday
tdaatry through the diUirupki of Stillwell, Savnph b. Ga. the best import Ho. Ift is palatable. by Deputy herif f S th kor ~ @ g
this imprtntpart f it? deeply interested in all mat-i refreshin f and Inv ort e ,o2- i'uor1 en Suda .
** >*tnt* it > **t? "' -- -.--I to..... icant---- or an. woman- .............. ....."
Let him who tudis the situation ters development of our natural re-andchild It contains k tian one. Haywood Is charged with b
impartially decide as to whether the sources including all waterways, our I half et i per ent. of alobel by volume sold the liquor at ais home a sal
attack is prompted by love for te gulf and Atlantic inland coast water-, n y be old wherever rinks l a seet, ad Joh
producer of by self-aggrandisement waya."-CoL C. P. Go year, Bru enue ese. The predict Staser- *wwit having disposed t It -at
and hostility to owr amnany. and wick. Ga. I Loeh I tar.

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VAL STOdortea sourceof joy, butad the su r
0 T'o artaf is written prim"rly t in Ing incident to the ordeal
|iv *I "l P --makesti onit- anticipation oneao
order to correct the erroneous im-- dzcd U h 's Frla i
-IES T--pressio that may have been created.
In the minds of that portion of the V Y m y w h
.H- .- ti.tC It public that has read with any degree lives women of much of thq
n .aofte Atre to -- per of attention the onslaughts on un in pain of matity; this Itur, draded as woman's severest trial, is not
cent., and y een pera ct oe -e press o Jackson e. e be only mde less painful, but dmger is w voided by its use. Those who
shares of tie .Atlantictent fore ssa h t o know the trua use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness,
Company, or the irchsedg com- situation, a correct, clear and reason nausea and other distress conditions are overco and the system
W-. C-hma "- c...n ... statement of facts, sud as will is prepared for the coming g
States Senator Taliafarro and others oo event. It isworh itsweight
associated with and interested Io the to m a ogth l husionlpthe pro g "od, sa many whohaveC
I sfactorae elem ent. Th portion of der 'in particular to understand Used it. =7 2682=8
tis sentatat the real reason for the Unhappy con- -s L- ulI. tes.
ml be called the Savannah inter- ditkons of the Industry.
eate were 8s0oon afterwanrds transferred knowing this, tie remedy lies 1T= -ammwfr UL XGO.ELA_ Co.
back to the export interstate in the At- largely in" his hands. Adla. 6s.
lantic Investment Company, it hav- American Naval Stores Company. SI O T
iag been decided by the holders that E. NASH, Preident
their retention of possession would NASH president .
prejudice them in the eyes of the pro- -- OF THE 1
duatag interests. The majority of tCie. 7Pl n l ITV T E
Other share issued, however, includ-
I ng those of the gentlemen just u l lIi
named, were retained as the actual F11UUliOFITAL OF
property of Mr. Coachman, Senator
Talaferro, and others. and the reve-
nues enjoyed from their possession, U-WITIEAl S s s
Sas we are able to prove, were highly
satisfactory to them. It to true that
the shares really belongig to Mr. W.. FOR SALE-Apply Room 412, Thiesen -Rin tn.
P. Coachman were, for reasons best----
F kamws ts rre anda o b inotsProminent Men of South ELLA D. SAUNDERS, Admir.
er party, but this Kblflug of the _. ..... "__
other party was purely nominal, the Give Views on Inland
shaies being-always the actual prop- .
erty of Mr. CoacAmas, who received Waterways
the dividends therefrom. These I
s hares, as wall as those of all other D. M AY PLI
holders not Identified with the export Secretary Lela.
- Interests were subsequently CboughtH ecrtrA Lend J. Henderson AIRM AN RTE
in at a substantial premium in addl- the Gulf Coast Inland Waterway As- TO PMA F l
Stio to the dividends paid. soclation, has compiled the following | C AIRN WLL M L R |L
The Atlantic Investment Company extracts from letters of prominent men
was one of the corporationsindicted _____.
; n the former prosecution in the of the sout4 ou the gulf coast inland the c s ., Chaarman tl--- t'
United States Court. At that time we waterway pi object: He Scores the Chairan oftheJ s ^ m, -f
had the earnest sympathy of Mr. "I am in sympathy with the pro-
Coachman, and the reason for this ject"--H. W. eran Ma"or Waldo and Members of the degree of Prerity, ask Got I let
sympathy is sufficiently Indicated latuestion ofs,- ,,s ,bulle
BotU Mr. Coachman and' his confreres Fla de on the sr ~ co itt. at esi-
were fully aware of the nature of the "I am in sympathy with your enter- Comir sim. But, I tell a ew, .yes, t e
holding company and of the turpen- prise and wish you success. I do not divert the atte~ti of th f he i
tine Joint account worth er co- fear too much waterways develop- LL NOT WTHDAW F THE
passes, and they were thebenficia--f w WILL NOT WITHDRAW IF THE -t
Tles of the profits of the holding' ment, in fact, we can not have too 'foet a fraatet amdMate s pM tthe
company When their standing and much. These enterprises reach re- COURTS DECISION 58 AQAINST demmatle .arty to the Ia.m.lal
vocation are considered it can scarce- sources that our railroads do not HIM, AND SAYS OBJECT OF lase U the Juedictle sof a esurt.
ly be possible that any one of them reach and all can prolt. "--M. B. Clem. If he etsI nw S s
Considered this to be in aiy way an- reacha Bal inprti.MOVEMENT IS TOO THINLY pie are not ed I have 1atd=
tagenlatic to the Sherman Act. ens, Mayor, Bridgeport, Ala. YVEE sh
Naval Stres Expert Co. Formed. "I feel Ireat interest in the work VEILED. portulty e tAs e minM
Upon the expiration of the contract of the Gulf Coast Inland Waterway to their free sm
with the Consolidated Naval Stores Association and desire to hb of any y e stelai r S e Welre at
Company negotiations for a renewal assistance in my power."-Duncan U. October, 19, 1908. the DIlometh party sbtr es m as
were without effect, and, as a conse- Fletcher, Senator-elect, Jacksonville, Mr. A. H. D'Alemberte, Pessacola, tnstereAe. eatg as It dos after all
quence, the-Naval Stores Export Comr- Fla. rida the wag u i ha m It, 8ii I
pany, under the leadership of Mr. am in hearty symnpa hy with the Florida,
W. F. Coachmavm entered into active work and believe it should be push- Dear Sir:-Your letter of the 12tlh yo can t- -as the only
existence and at once became a very ed."-John Thomas Porter. Grand instant received and in that letter r bty om to an to haeoly.
earnest competitor of the Atlantic Ridge, Fa. you say, "The Democratic Conres-
Investment Company, its charter hav- "Judging from the oirlook our peo- sional Executive Committee which ,grh egth at-- my time, wbich
ing been renewed. Claiming to con- ple are enthusiastic over the matter." met at DeFuniak Springs cn Oct. a t t hav, et mf vI i --to-my
trol the greater part of the crop. it D. P. Rose. St. Marys, Fla. directed me, as Chairman, to address o t
declared oper war upon the Atlantic Under date of August 28th. 1908, H. a letter to both Mr. Kehoe and your-l w tufhtotb
Investment Company, and the deter- G. Perrinz. serreta-ry of the Engineers self. inquiring of each of you If you -n it. th.u .al ever toad-
mination to drive it from their field. Club, of Philadelphia, writes the Gulf would abide and be covered of the great trut it mreposed
In this it was unsuccessl,-and, after Coast Inland Waterway Association: decision of the Supreme Court in samid i t selectag u e to bq Itas stad-
alx months activity, amgt and ob- "I am pleased to note the good work matter." The authority you p r- me i
trained such relief from the Atlantic you arc in -rn-ociting the con to claim for sending that letter --ea- e l-
Investment Company as to save it- struc,;on of nn inlrmd waterway, seems to be entirely wanting; wha: .l H. MAru.
self -from total extietio, and its which is a project very dear to the purported to be a committee meet-
afflliated concerns from grave disas- heart of all -.ha) are 13catcd along ing, if t .e newspapers reported cart- taJ-# ---. eR Woth
ttr. -r ,liau it. ter oest atf I' te.lgStates rectly, failed of a quorum even altar a O knoaw
this terminaton of- t ir rts has and I wi-.h you every success in your a.t.....- b....t-be ----- -p--- with
ever since ranked in the beasts of endeavors." proxies. Som I shall treat your ltt write*. My hesban. Lee, 1rp-
those responsible for the catastrophe. 31. B. Tre:r-cnt, secr,3ary New Or- as one went on your owa remspo ly believes he owes hiMltfe to the use
and affords ample explanation of the leans Prosressive Union. says: "In blty. ... of Dr. King's New Meaery. HI .
vindicative attacks to which our com- answer to your anrt inqiiry as to Your object in writing s too lnp were so severely afeed that
pany has been subjected ever since. whether or not this waterway, if con- veiled. The people will not be toosa. sltim omt ev e wie
Embraced in these attacks is ti.e re- structed, will be a benefit to this o- ed by this trick of your ImenZ a. a.u.I -NOW...a I elOry.
peated declaration thatfbur company ca!ity, I would undoubtedly say yes, of the committee (probablyat We tried it, ts esed
has Used its resourcesn for the pur- for the reason that it will open up the .Kehos suggestion) to make it m to health Dr. ag'a
pose of wrecking values of rosin and Warrior river coal regions to New pear that I am an Inde pesdnt. My Ntow Di .ever is t- Kingat throatl
turpentine. When it .is demonstrable Orleans, and permit the interchange to tee nomi n marti rt thOmcr laung sriemedtss -& e. _r e-gha ad
that the money invested by us, as of other commodities between this votohf a majo r t Kehoe OS at .Ms it s equl Te L
a company, and individually in the city and the Florida coast- of this disr nt r ho re gives el Try it!. Meml ewer
factorage and produemn branch of "We think the project feasible, pro- fng solely aon th e ctioficath r sa 1 btts s.l se
the business, Is greatly in excess of vided the money can be raised. We majority of thteSConagrsm Co1a Tial bottle tree.
the capital we employ in the market- believe it will pay ,for the reason that mitee an element of the committee
ing of the product, the falseness and the cost of operating and maintenance obtained by packing the committee. nll nr
absurdity of their charges is self-evi- if properly managed will permit it." Mr: Kehoe ts said that he will
Reasons for Present Low Values. National Rivers and Harbors Con- Court, if I am correctly informed. (He UU I I-RECO IIS
With regard to the receding course gress, writes: "I sincerely hope your impliedly promised to abide by the
of prices during the twelve months association will grow and prosper, be- primary ,but did be?) This show of nr T ,
and the ruinous values presently pre- coming one of the strongest water- generous patriotism, also, will not U LL I L l
ailing, the causes are natural, and way organizations in the Union." fool the people: the Sapreme Court -r r
"He who runs may read." These "This city and the territory to the decision, if in my favor, wlll cut thia ill U I U1111
carried over from last crop; second zation of the gulf coast."--Jno. A. Kehoe and the law, not his generous -
an increase of 7 1-2 per cent., in Betjeman, secretary Business League, patriotism, will force Mr. Kehoe of Do.kt. Takre 1ro Cit-
the current crop; third, a heavy fall- Albany, Ga. tihe ballot. D c t T i C y
Ing off in American consumption, due "I have no doubt that this water- And this he well knows. On the
to the prevailing trade distress. way, constructed, would be of bene- other hand, if the decision of the COrt Room at A -
The net result of these three causes fit to .New Orleans as well as Apalach- court is adverse to my contention, it
has been that the world's visible sup- icola as it will develop some change will simply show that the courts are aiia
ply of turpentine on Oct. 1, 1908. was and interchange of business."-8. A. powerless to correct this great da-- -
65,000 barrels, or, to be exact. 64,508 Cosulich, general agent Austro-Ameri- wrong which you and your element of
barrels in excess of that of the same can Steamship Co., Ltd. the committee have done the demo-
date last year, and 83,000 barrels "Your project has our sympathy, we crats of this district in attepting Florala, Oct. -9-Between Saturday
more than at the same time two years will be glad to co-operate in any way by juggling their ballots, to impose morning and Moday m g soms
ago. in our power."-J. B. Babb. secretary upon them a fraudulent nominee in one entered the council chamber,
That we made no effort to maintain Birmingham Commercial Club. spite of their will a expressed at probably trough a window and a
the price of turpentine at the value "I thank you for your invitation to the polls; and that the people alone -ed off the city docet G w .eh P-
placed upon it by the Naval Storea become a member of the Gulf Coast have the power to correct this great been use abt a yiear. F. Pet-
Export Company, it true. It is equal- Inland Waterway Association and en- wrong. Why should the people be rey, te new nyor, is tn n w a-
lng the evidence of a larl iy no- oe o er me cogr Had you and your element of the He had tried several cases but those
as u-, n f E. J Bowerst, misfoer congress, committee joined in an honest ef- against whom Aines were assessed
e~ased prMo~uton during season of ........ .....


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1 a any ballot marked W0** 0.9 A i.**
b r idontik-oao shall be 1439."..AND
Mr. V was a thePAin Wf -iat & How TO -
intief th'mve section w doint e ,04 8UPiUNs * *
0..ot p e atee f dela. e Abbisn. j. &A
Respect f y, NO. So f..--.- ,- -.... .... .
Molione, FU, June 1. 19s. 9Idia ad eem to e the Th0 oneomteJor -als democy racM
P. .-There was as attempt to Tam* t eattitn d 4aof tdo t- I wst lar 1 bt-W &very Pme OWLa fo N. 2 SW
keep Mr. Vaughn from etia. diam ahmase ay willet give Ta per bo rased $ t ?o dote forte
S,.- .Pensacola.... F Oct 6... .. Roereye. tbt :at Ohio .a. y Te ..
i." ^-?- -*,^ ^ "' .- ,Mr. QGeo. T. Morgaam pauamnwo j-la. doubtMfu -e beyod .belief. We p, r a t Atin L

th. -. -/-._ i. W.O.. "-.i :p z.. ., o wt a a: 484 -
BDor Sir: I have bt d several Irn have (Astrtat bin a- btate- raes U Ma stl ofThe Prensacola 4 tbr list I t MtaMoo t

-. mp" lowm' p t canths this lst wih thems when t ty Rc e larsea that a fep If you wml ala the o -Uorsip couple feo
o idto vote. I one nstane, however Demorats w dsrt r T A New eptal e sae to tIhe secretary your na l be pla
Fo- _a< P r -example: The newsnam tah &mlS aidefr t *ito the .

S. 0 t, n newspaper containing such a list I years ago will this support ElY rest of his profeson. He coatm- a y e y a
his possesalion. n. But we lica a mtt overlook In that plates istateg an uptoedate
OT"..a. Io as to the Intent ad ppi feste Parke by 20 and that Sad wt i esaltao with ilto- Box 484, Pes .
to.h fvthe election lat w Ia such cease. Ta t can lose may thousands aa d si lysgcraas o solicit their cooperatoa Sir: I am for Bryan tan Ker. Pease a
Uhea .maam~ gg g I desie to publish such legal opinion have n wite agEi left, We also in the launch of ths ,y cm4,* ber of the Bryam-Kein Club. I shall wk an
I Js-, --p,- 91 evi 2 .-,ousn_ to this wih hem wletion they ticket It wber that thoads able eterprse. Dr. Ht o the coag election.
Sthat te voters may be howerMed Democrats la lh orte Brya for Taft, e w lpped to scesslly. "a age *
I 1. W *thereon. Thanking y p for an early reverted velt, sad I e them yereeto a tps.raee of this character nds. NaS ...................
- .. ... man from voting because he had -a -9f those that. voted for Rowe tfour cola, wa. in town Moen ay in the oao

ew a their party ti Repb as a d e best wise a ye support B s of this eat e section te
S7Very truly yours, on. an. But we a ertoble aorit th etaisment of his sat m.* Pecct Number... .........
RANK AYEs. In the elet college, it w .- an ta ossult Rection with Mrdon .

o as t 1 ... & 1 4ire 242 wc& Taft cac lose y those a prsind yet Post solicit their c.
o l October 9th, 19 r the oa t of Republca doubt The e MissippL
I Mr. rankL Mayes, l ty. ers it h a left. we a o i the .Lrachn of th M soneryc of the Ba4 er *d I a w-- a
Deesi Sr: Replying to yeur letter Sonhowav g tawies have given tieina- best newspaper man In horda. editor
orievsioals election law as passed by the three pmrsst elections: Cmth OA of able enterpri, a e. bought H- ut Meridia (Miss.)

letslhat the vof 1895 inm Sectia e ormed necticat, Delawae aois, Iowa, Ea- weuDipatepped to sl mog daily imana
t 0 v. aadmi far peeleute .I, ame use or furnishing of printer a mp hire, tparty the r Jeeabca Oregsd the w tha entieetds i
d^ '._epies of ballots or of any Pennsylvala, Rho. Ile and. South D tea Dispat ch a nti good a .ap.

WT m ica O.. a te devices to aid the hoti, Vem1eld yIeItnm, Wes t W T. e Pinta Joual, he will
|October 9M 1 the CO i-f-e doubt- The sot In Mi L Pt............-
-Mr- rank L Mayes, City. era it -he f a e t...-_-o--Ball. --ak 3[. Mayes. ow. of the r

Sotear was an oRese aplying to your letter wing d aa These states tave the best daily newspaper id eitor
gg- W NgSg Wh i for ..edeestlen, and punishable by a .n of hot ex have a total ele-toral vete of 19-. st of Mkeissolppi.--Iwa11ee D-O COl Ell
C heading $100.00, b ut it appears that in forty-of~n less t a ma-rity. TEe mOcrat.
.; . ....... W A.- . e .I .. o. the dohs Republic an ai rit e n t ela st a nd j p .o.tetor -a ,h e P ensacola Jour-_ ..h c t,, .
lause was l entirely o aaitted by the three pr eaert o A: Caw nal o. A eed F the Meridian (Mws.)

anar e s e so ee o fe he pee MA the revised statutes are now the lng probably Nepablm uteres: C The rep. cso party was repre-
law, ilate of 1. in Section fo _r fof 1nec0icat, Dlwre. te-ols, -o. 5ji-&,. se the cu ly mom ns daily In th He. b-
S.printhe electioncr furnshing a copy of the b ka 8. New Teik MNorth sMewtsa Ty, and ha ouria U. S. marshal, and T t th z b
f.*t r eFW pase fw am we or furnihing of print-y Hampshire, if J. r. t a Mayesu1ceeds n wIn

Sd -' -- -.ases of balots or of any .Pe 1- *-yl'ae.a. Be l. So. Da Japan is the Hea O a rt-
SWS mANT A AeHei mCUa L llcal deiicen te to aid the V.rma Taio W ial eo The prnc acla g Journal, he willm ad- -. r.
votr wa offense against the law go insadbte the nsi' 1o 1 e" tohe tnheat oe bdiayeye ia the wospeather tt the b.
N--r g--- ll b l sO ke for reletim, oand b tnd puniabet yoei tof ut ex- iave a total eltera vote of 1t, heof M-lousippi.-ntwennee o e -P
l mel flop m.-- u-t h e rd"inf 100.00, but i appear that In orty-for ueaI u jft & aoriy. The saeet e 10 e w hmc
SWAIWA ftnish Ite rsvtlo w Iof the nt.Ietet ihis Roepublic&= noe rio whlyh to feel it1P but u toIIUUIL Dfc. We]
o:s Rr Ino ve of Dtkota, from the pepc: As the revised statteW ae now toe tag probably Xh theyseestates: Cao. The 1-e reetoDY

la thrs Ae tbp, tep..p: -naty ough of the probably e pub1,c s s, _u 0"Stpt1r0 af1ly e thr vret elP onebAect ttefttl.."... nA
Ww hWiAN T A AM Oa ch o rur M e n sino c ge a "en ts dihe S.N wty w hi Is so ca ms.o h in th day of Cei l t b the t it e oe r- bes r y
o be ecp toe Wherever ty boy hosed shortly afYter oth to aide primary of pu SI trcstue.-ors Counttwy Adn oia- ou to beteve yTs femna.
49M *ANT A =IAN&"` in marking bhnllo Te ts It dar the citeen of Bonfayatt Ye ASS

.s *uI U tir -wios e 5li NEWS AND theIoft. eiay nen A al s--- Ce-
f t 086 a a f Ctae ad Ia bevew thi co esYSSTqi.arry t. ll i o ht car t awn ban h bynn the"

-r. Tft has blentrig thar es n at .. n4o thel o nn sin e hvane s nt be eo and etp o J ne. A
Snnuned1yu at e -et t he fa e ro. Yof otf"e e sqt ui re ae nit:_ datpeyib l y Taenwlepes ouboes hedinaastr buhreIs b eieht t
A Mt t h e in o uik o" G e n.i Gt tI ss h i rcf I n Pei sah Ih eIo f: tI f ieed t b t Jbctw e e n t h e
the. arteFIS a tt heM tysimto be

| 'tYis not favy tlyvewor this pper'hs l a.esstrenh raadtins of tth eosatOh
"1 igs t eA t Wha .Moe I as ed. why? 11 w told meat no headway w orth Pott, but andtsmano po n ti d o
er--teri-ty V tal 4 l c 41 0I itto r. Is Iteniiyj cs his nattouh ral sryeott s owa striThe Bfre- oHeoolst CSp Yta Ad ..
Aj Z saims to i e myself to Kin ther a q toa S r. ayesrandfMr-.lP.
A -t. X -st -- tes *M ta as'^SSs was llitem _s *aray has than to loe e Waterways Coenveaet. s DI.patch thie only morning Cety
lia to e.d dea wetat is sad h to hept dr 4ake with st to show bow ecosierahble Part of it in a fruiaess Good intesest is being manifeated daly in eastern plshedii and will Tt Aeses
a as mgse wuth la. t Ork aet. oer portions of eat to set sometnhia elsewhere, thrngwhout the eatUe southeasteraI be oIncted by B. S. Bernard. of Pen- |T OXTtestei
t are to paper In the rst primary trh e N or st, ordoa b the ude states i the koow ihr. Mayesan to and |
Is no wemer hat eS I grtpwlag -mt San7^ ha* 'g ^et el ia*f The Post, a supporter nfiMr. Tatf, pomnth attau to te hest at I cola in a irue of Tsas e Joa. i lori | a
miswhen@ hew f M nt that d. |t bluntly %.zpree it aaral om IuSp. There is no-aaesion bu that ida c al mt wel aeare.Mr. Mayes.- C y rv
aM j-that r as stlertoy in the reuart he Im mea it it win 1e a nt reprBantive gath. AAll Chanplo. Jl e of t
A P .nh ah- S n tohe law sad wa carry omders the bat i is sa only ead e woe mebe wi tra THE COTTAGE baitITY FROM aAT Cst"tales
rih astimat for l- a0 'Aic1 l a h oy of e bal. to catch esuckers with-and that he be thoroughly in earInest as read a b e eatStaid. Deocrati camT OTTAG ITY R M I iw,
rat. t. The dqer s ta t t ateelpmy mers. violate 7 caThlelas tut faew of them. Heree aprovement of the waterwayAs nitaee s not laid ands TLE FOR ALASKA STRUCK AN
theretore he bhal'"f mte th-- Ie S tMao. la what it thinks t e val ovdo tbueoblat Ow hta UNKNOWN LUMBER SCHOONER PootfChi
sach visit, whIch ho smt Is mt tatgw ?" o wautent: by wter Is the oaly *remedy to n e wel s
mOmho th g tl ea% UNAo- I WSOwas rwais s thisc pre ohIt we maI sad fro letter w leve lthe w&agsestagonat eU af gn ebn OFF JEFFEdoN HEAD.
ie I"s s be ea e wh a co t s a nd from comment horou gh iar estanr azor" Ha s
idple of Iai-g m oe at wheagat wbe it," asOWobtR iees tteoi asmlthian as does 1cthe o ewh tre. The ountrY1 has few c As- Pr '
15o w5ll ear. wt Bwesstf.ny. lkke 3y0 o m 3=5 hnstatb Ytra f southeastern part of the United atSaiy'a"le in *^as s e Wsh.. Oct 19-Tae steam. r b n
low-. VANH mut e turned r Mr. Ttet every Sat.-Paama City Pnot. es. H o Cottae City, Captain Jeni.en.
uac l .i-k ebe ys n (ot 10. v1.*r..e. d I0this am he exwounds ew his pecwliar Te. R S aper. S t a- lhtb ondf or akwsigednrt rbr ti ut
ed ia maelkMRTUM tsr e mwylsg peek- way, it h pebtaly the treat time that doctrine about the Wilson tariff aAd r. Arnadoron Tmruesday caught a ty News. lisio with an unknown schoomer a C"
ages asm whi hao ptosae l not a whTe IMsan e A abl" e ty has the panft of 18ea. We do noet reeasl rm ga te Hecagt r off Jeferson Head early today. Purser theEmha
been paU. Onf ewstog o asOMp-C bd- s .r sany selection o an 'Inue' by a can- st dock. This d the Srwt, red uWtoFraIsof ahue Pete William Jines of the Cottage City d
ed packages by a evemamt mall S 5le S he quotes dit n any previous campaign so snapper that hs been aht off this Jert has bought the Moriwas kothce o erboad by the fonrc
carrier is in violbtloa of the law", eud alaIy 5eisma to te pimaryw thoroughly calealated to do a mini- dock, though quite a few se Disp"teh, of tMeridtan, Miss., and will ofte Ao tonan resed whose-
is sure to get th gender late ery law. gear 'we prepared to say that mum of gsod and a stes.m-m o caght tree other docks Ithe bay co i or s it osduted o e old notaelarnesagere A lot 0
se rious tewble l United Statie 43i S n wude heM harm to his political fortunes. It drio te S thi s broken ist SeyrearT hesee otier ies 9in, suc
coeae 1w m U w even surpasss general nses In- the l.-P n toe es iss one o the alest jour- 5Fo hs IUnnurede. s, a a s
o- i. T vw *T, s we a o. mustet dredacrimptijo of thate vtarif as e s narie tsci r thM Sot, and wul le Sub ib fr Tmk eost.oal Hrkn.s

(eU C In Jahosuvirs sad Sherie or whte ma from audtence to whom Mr. Taft es- ...Dadetyscmisners haL ve "'-o- mass- -at evenf he. Sucrb f The J a.
UeeiiitJP' or Yienein mem5s galUs n t n as itat great tarir seeasure uhder to grant permits for the sale of liuor _
AtM eol toters. He msserts *is o K r. bs. e a scg od In bst the Isnuence oa which wheat went in ortdi Miami whnre sevter -o
Sp er m e-9l. -.. ..- have ineladed two er three Armers is one of the solutions of the liqaor I UI

opnbtst M f W 7l e 3m thM Mr.W. T thatthetwo thigas ad sei-& e alb cityan cunill o sn m^ r
Iwh t- inspctars of electlodmd not ton to oe ea-a Ti. Bet eS- a Tribun. 1o. LI1
The Mobile DaiHy Nerld ee hasml dWl to ishe a paper Into the Dakota IpeeI was duly telegraphic It
oat Isa brand -w -It Is the aost M W l7khibal"t y.He *d- and painted elsewhere, and we can UIY I L 1 t give
..tames tylo yea*th --e l ai1 eh assure Mr. Taft that for every muld-
theg*babs. dsiga t hat to shoes Swew b tyag Sectiom 5, laws UaeaIdd farmer, who might hve(te Manh _____

eand all to ms ea. Tsay that ths e nrs. 4bes olows: -been decided a hundred lntefigent VI' -
araU- .ha .b .... &. Amy str w shaept as readers at his* words Ms *g W Speakg Dates Being
ft bar Mow> out 11 111111 f. i" al n il Pids ballot to tura supporters in other localities
in theeww or Aeinee. or attempt to take or .Were sired tolman tem.0 vlubL L 1w
mildy rsine my WaW gt mo e the poMns That heiwUl actually gala any vote cC
Th Wctn LalW e. be e < des0 d ts poas, or by such an argument is ult I byr Ochant.p 9.-Thats Jud gae
0T11a r 0rk 0*Vpe hi ballot y the extreme; th at ae will lose votes wE ewrk Oct. nIS.-That ade
An toMaring waw t .r be *0Musedtwe, r ""by it In certain. and his ersis. t dvntSA Taf tb is IW such bad conditaim
Sto Mlaftba ,eS AWLbe U Rece Fr sh sto cmmes. bearrsofto
Te Scaewiag .pipQmOB-&, a des, twaket er 1mIorepetition or it passes our sader- ete or speakla was Wldicated f
ingto by Aftes86 wPspeking was Imilicated
-t eof wNih was nHbldeah k in 2es *r orewuen, otes ra tha tMe of. tadins n by Chirwha Hiteboock On his return
Jonifax Vk P"98a coa *i W mbest tor iecket to emanahie him There is mue h a the fonragoela be- n fere today from a boranitg visit with d
114m t0 0 0 L vbt k Inof mid ballot or tiebet or any sides *deansi of the talcy at Mr. Taft at Newark, N. J. This g a t
OWN a ars ho ha tre selINt with an the argument *etg es by Mr Advices from -WsMntog ham ms- S a r.erra. geMt of Trfts iin-
9168t M the ret asn *weray a nss i4e i1wW a pde of ithe pig Ta It isan dpties W am In a position to erary. The reMageiment will cat $Bi
e*ISm- day damaw uear: pMMP", or woea martc his ballot, or MITat I a e m a knIOW Is to he the enet that .the oet ao t Ta'sd.wehealtes sal hs
y iwInmems or attempt to undly a *maadw to th candiame that navydepartmes wil in all prabab Apeech Clcaoa nest saturday
Eater P asseagew 1*** tgu ear weaker to the prepare the farmers, among wom may oo.- tY, se ed a Vessel to the local night. It I dhe swseed that most
we wait Mse wtm at tis ios Clo hisftbaot. or any elater who casiona be feaund some .maldie. I- sr "A*rs. oorTa of Tf aea n Weat Virginia and
wageftwo Na 1. U ?-er m, Sam huenal so0Mr taen the spe, br tn Sparkmma e an Clarve rce beea very o-11t1W ill he caceled.
ass. 19mt. se psa e'1 tsanmi ty thUB athn a boha MMhds." ar eot hs natal 5 t- active in this mattr and Atitant tlt O are
W0110606UM w nt -01 W thisast INS tebooth m sitn
IaEn ItWO ealtor bwh" 0600SesWer belag uoS3 ers. thata binatawal spt'n Saecretary tme NaVY' Newhey Is NO GIN BURNED S
^a,. .. a u. s5 a.r by 3aw E. e. h eaS or wo, to hte fsod mg ltd- -e*a* h .e Inter I.. A B n hr O
ar n ee *e hMeM say Te-r to f m" "esaw.e class in other nssalities 'thi3 Is the The candra t oree IN ALABAMA CENTS A Y, Laid Tre, i tI
kbe or wwhas m e"k- kee arn-and cC Sa I *en" -Ines. fellow. 45.cnt goods. Linoims at
of 'aW~s. ~ 1~Isl1w s*1e, w &#=BY"tG uto u9ualsqppet rte iwamweg fmgb ettoee aIe Ot.10 Aspcn
.4*-any w h. CM11f"__te -"A adamt" atheoIS yarbluerepirs
WWI a t r et ar WWia m ark' -SJ o41,4tehev b*e-*1e 1 ml -at A m w-beI.Aa.., statedO the pe.t beat the wqrl-, and T I ti
w.w a "I "' Q. "....In bMrk.umM..whlv the lr no 11 d e to, l a mln ofb er w,10of Oe indignantover s cb gs. o rn an e w
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U. a er,~- 1 em the =i **n eugate haulpOr- n o pr .t -R thr Pe the w at sh Ot Butar a Co. BUy D pay lattr, at me an m
|, ^P S sibm. 1.H -^ awS~ i~ ^ go, "maw SsMamSye. VAr n 1" -.0snly hc
10,0 w w OftOnv th W -lete M bas e w ohav o teinhs petOW ased tth aem wts ew Sehoe -Addh e i p Iat hteUrMu an910,tCDwers& Ck k 5
Lg __tm htISen wee asesane a to et tlest to t s ic as me" *o Mebp es fA o. ebre mewne d oia mthe rest. It MARS *OtQ
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; **4"-*** ** 0*** *** Ess o *H a S* 0u*0d i CAM. Is Highly Pleased With Gives Out Interesting Infor- thisrecie:
ALN Ain* L mMW r21Ls. T. Newspaper IivcsLacnt in Imat on Sgalixtg the Shave down a

_______ -4* ^^*Misisie y Metropolis. Civil War. Add just
Sf. r.. m '" -'ad M .. r stove. Whena
I ,:t a* Vt*te hoer obs M?. W. P. Tea.,.. M Gr Of Taahas Frank L. Mayes, who with B. M. TU following from the Charlestmf med FemoIe
-_ W -A a lo es.s- nsacoa Bernard purchased the Meridian. and Corier, will be of much Add the juice
S.. - ... _,... Mits., Dispatch two weeks ao, re- interest here Bet hard fr a
SU i sMr.Wet sU P5r Om D ar? A RU _c. Blue tmrmed Sunday afternoon from that r. A. LaFhr. who for the last d
ahe-o--Bte-l- Mrt. W Ro Bat Belp tre ape p tSt a st Re-pou_ Tree L.ex Whith Ble -tu n here de n ad ern snace te uartef t ha made -
"a ahg-"- s.- ]*is J -aW W hitlng, Nerth --- I a id, la terio l~ n~n extract. tng the various departments of the y ao, s now to~ ta t om o .. a
.Mrs. G. I. eCy. who lUse beeo the E paper organized. In sneaking of their visit, renewig his acqimttance with
S*guest of Mrs. V-ernn~ Shep'd, -at purchase sad of Meridian, Mr. Mayes the scenes of his youth. Things have
SM n 0 A. Was Aso., West the StL hrles hotel, ltt Suq LAUR sad last ight: changed vastly sine then, of course. VOZ"y
~ nn"The Dispatc I s of the size of the Rarely s there een a more inter
SJaie' e-BstaJs, Kr. Joe Roth, East Govern- Mr. and Mrs. J. Dabey andtfamiW II. Paoeoma Journal and with practical- atingcole ctpitao f thtat wh 99 C
e an a. a. ave owup Pamil at eO _a .el .-. 01. i-Mis --1-5 ly the same oquipaest It is the on- Dr. aa s in hssi,
. .R". T y M and are now peaatly loca on M Cit. ly morning paperetween New Or- which were accumulated by him dr.
W .1 za aA 2- ;ra al mved.. to our b rgwher ., and -B---, .,hicl.y .thI wnMbtw s, leInn
M Emma Jye w.o bwbeen they will reMis S i -the future. e popslated teoritory whicthor the Ml I servll
LE#UU^^Mh t.. B- 1. r3im toi M to Mss 'the guest of her brotherMr. J.0.Flo. Wiley F. Mtin and .W.'lln with al rotes This fact, D a hathe distto o | IL
S* 'Joyner, Stn 0 a g F C mtA' t Zi c ed wi the fact that there is havingAFl l taken the leaC in the estaZBsh- as
ni BauchigBeimotS eight for her home in BaBadt. Am time, about trdty churches beIl a morning traa om echh of the six meu of theftspitaltetsfor
Z^-.. -. ,, ... ... M. M.... --- -_ represented. Mr. Martin leaves this diverging- i t or railroad out of South_ 0oi __S'_ a HL l
Mr.gM. r Cl o Che wtere e -Rfd oaing urrw.m WiMeridian1, is sullent to show some- 1h-o 1 e o ed e | D I I
*e sevral daago by thede his Miss Ante SSl of Steers .. thing of the newspaper possibilities had charge f the Soath Carolina hos
Stther. was in towa nsiag today. 40 the place. Vital bureau at the .Mal of the.
.- .r0 lb -_ t N! ue ,da ee Mra. Dr. eMir L. Webb, Mrs. Merina.,"a continued Mr. Mayes Confedey .
r o r re.o.Mary Foresta m- har son.i Cary* "Is a maelou It a bout pthoas t s t wl tI t ansabthei tlhea-r
So Humphreys aftvsietingssIant lotfththse ieve nin grgina through r
rarIMe ClaW-9 eteass Miss Bls Caiplay. ery. They are attending the state A" will ttm- thetaS l ofa the sec ton. but it ustuesse dves in t'e nrcy of Vwrila the Ii- re
shee^O-filM*teL 8:>S a. t* rau. < -nt w. w..aeot attay. section would he a credit to a city his correspondence *wit e Chartee.
A, 1-\ a. 4 --- ae'W Wsthe of o ulfayt of treee -time that population. It ton Mercuory and the Columba Gnar
.*** *& Mrs. W. ye Roberts and son 0d8 -,wr.s n beathoerf is t 1he wtole se distributing point disa. t]heeesepshe. laSl, and Po
Sle. he tt ntr.ttryhatesgeay p- & St*.sbei Uea. rs f or am entire state and as often they were obtthie, Bists
visit Gad sen. Ala. They wil allom wns ..- i merchants do baushness right in th -a~e-ni who olad been -o
S-.. --- --u lar i ut uon the visit An ni*tm Ala, Mrs. oert. s wr,_ ni Now as's o.i wn territory. Is taken r1piey the northern troos A lare qnity of
S; Ib w aeody the moral and Intellectual former home, before retrnmn t Pg an w e m 4Mera" d Mergdlaair leale business andi 5n w. veag- r of-
at m .t [O blor 8allwe etpe Mroo at, h. P, e-,, e b business and t wh a tB aoe rn awd r of
Met. cm I th meveetos operation, for all the aoe. . who has beto,000.00 annually pieoed. Dr. Lar he served recplved by the Pea
ON.l.d. e st u e, howev.. er.sick lfo.quite *ile. hl been* e"nt. a" ". . * I 251 .caee In.... . ,- thComny intoSoan that governs_ Gulfportonaslafotrvisit. I ict4Ot0Sthe loca ,shipperIs ebIfoat at nt aSe
Bfenes wand de- M- Carre B. e eema s nsterday a A1lan CSSaeae 25w,00ad66are proof ps -h h eetange prisoners. sad by provided por by the
-u MISS 'g.""B. .u.. Mi.s
StSo fo ASopltusi, Ala., whe.w she will W. Walkers-Mepartner of Walker ma r ept has between orty andte wM , of tr ac. hutr in .a a we.
In tt .r g T Wd vis, .her sister, MMr. M. U. ILalwsA. & Bro., is vbliln la Gadden this daily. t the war, howwaer when l ercharge oa the company inte
A She has been visiting her bster, Mrs. week. "- of this, with ed tr o prisoner was nd o elyer carried OB. the ework of setrie.g
e H. T. Weatherbee la thi t.We learn that- a new frm styled seventy mees of pthe ad to wly t ta eartea the new service n
t F* ^ Vm T. Weherbe0e A, Polmnar & Carter' will bal n business -S the fi Ns rt9 of ths New to rk fitarde woih Iwas in- Dec. t or 15th.
e T. The Woman's Gd of St. .th ly vact ropp oe of the nest in the clined to be l tod t
11 -e i CVU Aftrlu f viae's church wll meet IHaesday brick block. by the ekt of the seth a large number of _a_ s ath. In return for this, Dr. Iaar The reoMe at
I mn aS with Mrs. A. .afternoon at 4 'clock in teA Very moa th. ,, sm e corron .d wit tht pape, ad aDn to Ch ies
SA."y, at 236 West Qwvera mat mn 'o.f. Z"i bi It l e te Un s old iersodgIa C.a f i-rate ttme_
rh ut .N-i o te to ofttt -" -- he city's pres-A: .mo the a..y letters which he 'we tw.
t- ,~t o ie "marriageB of Mr.oen" "People of Meridian are yservi"ce- a n "

------_-- m---. w ll hlde. o after -ra M s pass through that city, and 4 they are 21, 1-4, d d. another tro the Hoa. wUM a special E
Sbe held wh o'lk, at the hom f te ready to do whatever s necessary R. W. arnell, dated September 15.
N OwerJbeer-ato on their part to help *et It. That Is 1I awh ey express teir ap e a -
--f ., W n.ewspme. prop---.-- ,_....erty there."t er tred in .egard to their OseS, H.s, _oB.
OIupCurd "yCWAYe t eiss y afenot.. r5 2 Mr.PsMayet whll-thot return to Men, who weh"eni then a ore p.t gera
te edae gcgBr, at we tn Wrdn- e~ w S ir SWoaB* A-- e. in i hks k, but will keep In 190 Dr. LaPar presented to this oedo, ee esp
iss M l ulywaheld n "" tch with the new paper state eight aoth Carolna tag. which ea1ta. Wha dd tbi
t t e of the as*. if aitfW a thi r w telp Into a very e nation of ichmend. In the reolti she n aeat ome
y1rseerHes *adtoH- was omwneseed. The pray s ca~er *oupaper property. of thanks dofwn np at Ahs time it was last expbelt Man o
anm b.rS t h itnd tira TMin HeaVaed. i mention that Dr. Mf ar "had 16, when the oy

4M. ieM adswac unsMr.MaeswillnJtgeturdrioh,enohwhow" t t Ihav fund is
to..** /^t ra 3ee SL re 4* -r w4 -r nste an- ea=rdag and ...4"oty ae Armory recivsevralmeror assrvckes.asIssee
of -reissa.--a-. h.i-.- ...M o nee p ertmo H ae a 8 p A- Ta.

... --ewoontinc i eh ats *od WN. veritt was a business ca ner s eeen, of the senate, in which they scrWlang the ehrusiL
Bi ~ O,3I Sllertoom darlag the weekS ad Mrs. .,ajs Friday. nun u nrimr stated that they would present his Magnanline at Deptfom
___ w aey thiw t,,| ,mise i seallgl. t W Mr. Hutchinsea a-promnent me- claims at the next meetlag of those hiat u that It was th
tlW ble Seek f n i a of hconAa was traaca -i bodies. Before this cod be done, -Led Ni and Q
1p, fin | bhoea ofI Sthikwalldasdeel. n aUL tvLr however, the bnrnin0 of Columbia
2 ,,B P C aotAL MENTIrON. F .W'umiiT*, b a < took place, and Dr. LaFar was never .A Trying M
e able to obtain anything for hi serv- Prs Lopeld
ee to" w h atism. m' Eea Jornalhras Dt wt eashiL Feature w spa rr In t.t ce .a.o....n.. n k- .. o....t
tto:re aIrrod aiy, aster spending three -LLUad Ca very interestig, and probably very hemade bati rWm
Tow- which. te1%6 s ploty with eBends valuable, record of the pames of LilS .
we at e- Mchgg a *Leaille. Ky. th en t te mdt to whom both ctael

st ak r.K4C -O. Br A." ati eorhabop tliaroo'A'srof.. suertms thtn se we _Ad
.9s 1", -ea ahergmasd them home. to- THE TOWN o RECOVERINg sieat from tttheir oume7a S6=th Car3 t-and a ld, "1 iq
St Cmy 0ta. aet v*g I remain wil O THE OItiSTROUS yIRE wr. carear'd collect. eqat fail to and made an toe og
o m d un g t stdeveral weeks ndoger O be- d ro of itt ri ae r*e h n. t he
SThe y frien Mrs. J. E. a torcal matterof this sort appeal, an1 ederi insisted NI

MK ya L. Dad El wit 9 Sa M on tlae alht after tite 7th wnatthe tm wo h Icesit m isite I
w Kiss May ClrchmmigAidres. toeo-rand the posasberawith biss baly "'WW unfertum the C5n bsise
thi .eV ier t raia tcr s and deieripoverents. "a cabe adsat. Thn alse

YiWM Oat i Wg s' M fnVoo. a Wre wh. r lrge th Sae y the acw n- hau Kth re-ea en at a ham a a a
who r* Is Iailtat. pee retea emisel wemU SEPMheW w hethan
lunl ber. The am Lumr wBiaw BoThwn senrourh as bmeu wtot

t I.urnian W' carho. an mal a t s h 8w. E Cs n m
WW% -A a her sisteito, one of the fishing boats arrived ate:ihem
ofemullet are now beiag caught in chlocurred

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itote fee a wins- eshs b** II Headquarters for


East of Palafox Street.
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$1000 FARl

For $0f
This is e of the Co omt m with- "
in 2 miutesf' drive of a the city. The
ground lay well sa ais fertile. it
acres under fence a ealt"t ie. 99
acres* In a. 4-roam h- 3 i 1if
nrair. barn with 6 stall hEa wR%0
pamap. If yet cannot pa a Ch. wnl
accept Oe.W down. at 8 per at.
Interest. month- N = m anasy.
Land tI same Mt .W per
aere. HoUe Insured igaT
fr Some o. e

"ays one of the new I-room
and quarter-bock f
U a. W. or K-4ptas "
ad ter fruit tre, within few tMkm
of ear Ine. W o10' arntlike
rent, $10.0 down and A per mouth.
live-room cottage, 2 be rooms. ixM
with closet, dining room I xM, baR x,
kitchen 12x12. Nicely finished and pta.t-
ed. Grates ti every Toodm. Ple wel
water. 6 io d~ta nid us In t wo


Is to buy wbe a the property must increase In value.
Ml V Where INt ls for the Interest of the Seller to Have That Property
The first rule I so plain that no argument is needed. The second of
theme two rules-
Buy Where ft is or the Inteest of the Seller to Have that Property
Grew, to worth most careful consideration.
The road cpticple of Russel Sage's advice. "Young Man, Buy Real
E11ate," will soon rank with Horace Greeley's aphorism-"Young Man, Go
West." and the advice is good, but does it not strike you, that if you are
going to buy. might as well bu the best that is buy lots with the
company that and develops?
All we ask you to do is to compare our East Pensaeola lots with any
other property or around Pensacola.
We guarantee street car connection through to Magnolia Bluff within
nine enths reem date.
You can buy tleae East Peneacola building lots now for $50 and up,
each accord g to location, on the Installment plan, at 10 per cent. down
and S per cent wmgthly, no Interest or taxes until paid for, or for half cash
and m ge or all cash with liberal discount.
Only 250 lot will be sold at present prices. When this allotment In
sel no further lses will be made by us until after street car line Is corn
SWx years ago a few brave ouls bought lots in New City for $50 each.
The street ear line was extended and many of these lots have sold
for $1.411 each, since then. East Pensacola will do as well. The biggest
boom that ever occurred In the history of the world, will within the next
w ears take place in Real state, and mark these words, East Pensacola
wffl be A record beaker.
No lots sold to undesirable parties. We shall have some interesting
things to say from time to time, but the most interesting of all is this-
Den't Walt. Ge%4s before the 250 lots are sold.
Th l I- I t t.- Cn('-n




V41ha1111e0 a 94 be worth $140.6.9 TWOe 'a be seod 1 North Palafox SL A IF of gas range. One
em rest payment plaa, f 850 iSowa s A a N Alcans street Co
$15.60 per month.
..,,, -.,.., ,. : .'. J $1000. : ..... . ...... -, -THREE NEWLY f

ia t lat enia Ut-w* Van WtakleT iAT .Reia t oo witse eu. ele ant homte on Jakoon street car lnme. ByS a -ottage Home i O IR RENT--Comfor.
,aad Bowtiw* ll B eaRoed. reception be. ntl ai et. st Rdenc Sion i lIsted with me for imme- with gas and bath,
-e- FOR VALX- m d'eN ca meHoward $10c aAh and $20 a month will
..i 1,Wimso -ew l I B ROWN ( N 5-rosom ad hall houseonEast Deoto Of East Hill, block from i I a. e a oweI -.C.ASS o I
Ia cas.hrt."" ".. .. 3-.o. ** cs sdo $ a G.a1month wl....l buy a ccar line; 6 rooms, new, you want to make a pick-up. Fio on the
1 "octw l Street, or at Gibbe, g!i A REAL ESTATE, LOA9 AND NSUR. -oom house on Nortll. Price bath hot and cold water, able Mr. C. J. A
ma cash-r-- .. e. Ad- ANX C 8 w willU b u one or the pettie t homes
AjouL et7 FOR SALE-A theelity permanent- tThe sr lf-block of sanitary connections, 9- URNISHED ROO
ly wil l at lo .ure- for cash irst- moth. Apply
es as circularse w fie. e cla furat .anatue wardrobeshouse- o, Seed Flow. foot front and sidegal- Leslie Brooks Co.
Sarst-elass mill, getting hold goods,5 sto etc. P. Stone, $4 B. __ le. ou frn. L
Srt. A rienoes. Address Chase L ery. South front. Large TWO NEWLY FUR
S AFOR oAoa--knsto pool room. In coed S 0 lot. The balance like ______- ___
T' ow that the glo- lo- Otion WnU 8 at a bargaIn an easy IIL t Don.. . ..laC
am Can s P. W ncUrpHrated.) rent. Don't slave for OR NT-
oda- i- .rnialsoctiwO
S t raa IIII*RcAar your or housekeeping. A
on *04f S or moat m REAL ESTATE AD -INSURANret
__ ,o eS o rS- FOR Toa mT.uu s- ,a. cowsorse, To suit you and sell, it on 4 SoutT a e your landlord. HELP WANTED. an a s
rCol.W.. oerammet _aa buggy. Tradeestm_... 5 lots on 16th ._OR RNT-Two
S ---- m, = sr m. v ts. easy payment pn on two. 5 lots On 16th ave WANTED-An experienced stenographer room, tMe
o4 e s d g aa D. octw lOtS Orn COmer Of 1t Avenu FOR RENT. only. Call tnelephe No. at o'clock mornlg. Phone 12
Au oP vOa T .A.-Lease of home at Baou and radid.n street. Take a capcst property uesda forR SALE ADS.
Sthe ladles to know that Grande, Soots, until June. 19, ., _M r OR rENT-A furnished ottae Of four i $1 1 WANTED-Pnrst-class cook. None other Why don't you try
t patternss In Parisian. ta.or_ nmeeth- pApply to WiUlai Pamckhon lOO at tle lotS and 1 m atthe Old u i.. Apply to s SCCOn .11 need apply. Apply 3s W. Jackson St. Ads.? They are do
be gsat ThOe Parisian Tailariag Vaa, a. 18oitlw. Missa Liise Taylor. oCt octlttf for other people and
a- 41-Al r siAan mhAyt aR.,up Monday. t
cow r BIh .rse m_. . ...o- RENT-House it- Baiou Grande. JO W IOC, J WANTED---75 member of W. O. W. TWO H
c' l largee cow. -' u 4 sag. Lee Danel. TiS 1s your Ca sa _are rooms, at 12&* per month. Ap -- Wednesday evening at 7:45 p. m., at ood uethborAood
Snow Can Sxth A a street. ctlply to William Packham Penacola,PHONE 60the W O all. t arra
Mis Vb2 Room one s 304-306 Thiesen Building AGENTS-Ar you an FOR RENT-Fumn.
c a Car e P2L&9800% s 0tV J. W. J1c FOR REk JNr."AGE]_ _I__ ___ot i wn --" Abean1 agent-?DO YOU 'a-tps.
.-- WU5UIy W. _1.ron room
A..T.-aB k set at 0 arms to elean Iot.w* DeLana Street .................... $25.0 make money in you time, or wet t -.-
S .air. To f t and duplicate any Phone 10 ThieeM. md, 63n E. Intendeaca ..- i.nto a pera n d'ent-usn .. -
to a do.3--- -... -.-- .. s... iv.- Io 5 o m roa er-i::.........$12.0 MONEY TO LOAN. ATn eLad bou new agency propo i-
--ormWr e &.1W RomansStreet*..............M.350 tions. n la eomo
VMO. ". o Bs end u frsnse neryi MIS-CRT..ANEOUS. loistreet .......::::::::::.....$40. WE have ,00 in g tee at se .ful e. r ..r PROMINEN
w =nd d ane Iar coty 18octfwoIF YOU WANTED a s ca rriagea" B alardigt en stateI ^nan amount from U rto-y. has g^A^ G. C. I W. C
mseman repairing. Lto&il Ba ,FR. FO SAL-0Oe Old-tfahboned black match horses for a wede or t go Na Hotel1. it romes ........6.6 .0 You have wor ed for your money, now let Dayton, O. l8octt*
aet *mana. Phone a". e8wt walnut psolatered parlor set, saide- caw would yomp to get thonS? 31 0. Wrtght Street ............6$20. It work for yu. The Fisher Real Estate Thn wo Hav
WANTED-Your orders for frehi m" be ad iie ngch .e horseT To, I la Livery or Delll th Avenee ................ 10.00 Agency A APalattreet.10-Jun. AD N ri tree WANwr
and vetableS.. Delivered a%?Wtmt of ...K. NOM arr Malto1. F, o1eiw 130 N. Palarox Street ........... 515.00 Are you getting. per cent. net for alaty. Apply 22 N. P stree. ae
ty. eat Markst HAVE YOUR TPWRITERS veria-, 5 North Rnaf e............12.50 r money? If not -you don't get alnloeG f sn,

1 15 L iss e H- r Y O U R _e VW r.= o v e r u ..n#M^ - W .-g u e st ...... ... : _0_00 0 = -I_ s "c o m i n g t o,.Y O U ." . . ,. ., l
*. Fg3Steng. lsgt W OR A-Two sra aed .. repaired, cleaned sand utin work-r Wt gStr e........r. t n t .o We d WANTED-A experience sltr to ast nn Wt
WAN"TD-Alkinds Ofb oeem a ms soe-half story each.Ing order. Price reassmle. C.a. .207 N. .et...................5.0.onf cityosellb m

Sdrews. St. 12eptt .dm Sts. Mept e .er aStroet.. y 0Ol .. Government oIandpHow much does It pa orne t oernan
haks.ring them to 1 011u;ship s brick1111 Sos11111 r1- d ntow. Ap- G.-e o ro crtAllen. Typewr iterE xpert at t11. A. cet2.50 r lyyu. % S e No an lae cwutains o wee wai p e No
S usan: wte to.. y u.. W .nmt 0 Mto Walker'sRBokStomano and Pare.Aox st., two o- Phmvende d. Street '12.0.0w ? ILBr tookse.oerent and t11

arimBoD-A. R. n-n e-. 1 our OR BALE-- or twe-o b-ft. bban I Y. OU WANT TO BORROW m"-e-; ce. apetir. . Common education 1u4elett. re a- respect to water_
f -S.asS *-a, ,-e -e ,.. tea nex r .,- rw w.,7oT t--- a The Fisher Real Estate -'THIS FOR THAT." ufr. w. rtt "y n *te i" co_.ton wi,
Xe. S ur e P-t c ,-- 8t34o meaeh*... ..r SSt..- Aa. . ne......h olmrway 1

F. S. MellonOnea leO.USepF OXTyewrt Iway.. MO NoeTHE atiENymTe r COiECTORS. tJn advantage of The Journal's do cooS ... Wuseworka position Tper-'Rivers and Harbo
SLFORT-. rct -- ....... PhLene 87. Want Ads. They ialw ys brain results, manent torht party. Must 3ee et of i4e speaker froi
.. ealea11 e! tEs Ats Ooa aSt. l la, e iihA any, -- o -,th a m Gde- ref1erenc P. O. ox 847, 2 a s fo. t
m 4 ~ h e letric lights, both, hr you ht and clold MONE ANDr. on ra eer ate s

wEearn?" to aatere mas am et and andolecgeatWe eokly 1- il Perna trop eity Inrtmecty. Jof N.m LIVE STOCK chas. J.dSi
Srewar. or e to ee I t you bouetsdsrrt LebV'2 sht a year ag ut h2rervant un of the PIr
wait nO lsolNeMoaday orh *ea honemu a our o epet p.! P hn na97oneT urvyto ad anytbon lmClrk AND POULTRY hr eSenaet .ee oon
i.ame. b l th o 0Oth red Irh Mock a me f A c neaerner tue S a mo wUDree.Novemt AW noue with private saetrack. o chee wills-peak on
1 Co..."^S- lwoc.m CarR a nd FlafoSts.. two.* of Ml NOTICE OF REMOVAL. .. ...Il..osernn-lt .e.. tn

Rs MrhtMfor ob mtera to see atm Mar- "m et as Bt "l* rND. -'". It- r ltoret -*er.e. th avenuer1l. the store, No 101 North Palafox St. MelenACo.. Phone 3. octl7 Judge Adams of
UuIniEiN .nl haifog tMllr""W-teM al AE -* -.ortwo"8-ft. tbox ball O WANT TOdBORROW zmosey; Ceox u.. Comm. Washigto cmin.te00to$1e0e

m sha. W u -. PrBa.. ctt a e tarpo tay uet t 104-1 i Somth TarraTS tona Ft., rtt.0. for 3 .ears. I Fe Thal be glad to see all my informal tei ik.
__ se y e gare Perest Awg ouse- friends and many new ones there. OR AocIe g Jer ey Cow with onn Pe. wodyI
I -Teao. wdow awata & 8. Baylen 20.00. Yours for business.J.. and patience by not WAN. elles oct '
3. 3.-Wentwor--. tten..I. llvt y, __ Way."THE .- a eatth hoaCOLECTORS." taking.advantage of The Journal' and housework; position pr-Rers an hero

L OaLes Retrn to 4ST. reory A Phe comer tW. Tpr ri el eraea ttreetin l- FIsherhlae modern. e1 7.6Wa nt e d. bee G.o n a know whf

gUalgt. 1,_etlw* -L.,. _T. .... ... ...In.. _ltan m -emm Mrm- 104111 W. t JmeTa,$ 10, F.OR SA A few choose cockerels and basements will in
Fel --- ..... pt s ^in lage o A L o- f old ne&CaO-r. s. s,-.R FOUND. t RhodT iam rRei Lr- aleddued address.
so" ORIPOf at omms 1- i 1301 Wh-.l InteSu dent s a. oNtaDl hn r7 ad or sames n El. o a A Ioo try Thee aen ep sv
a O "merllT tcts JSoutherRea EstAat nda wehta. a wesuly at AwningGodsJournalsW'Coun. T co Wa Eta-&oyCyt Is FOR TSALnc OR EXCHd.. "EAo.

E N .OR SALE-Bayview Park Poultry yards. sibe for
*aa PAhea. so ee s M CO Iat Ot ts, smallandresultsalmost certain.At Co4th street and rh eom hou with a the Crew
i hiteeinfruer holL c1toor.s at om4- b? am stocks -- Black Mnora, Barred pute, the are worth trying, for you have close In and close to thee U. l

ee he eP e (Statthit e. abo p fty all to nand nothing to lose Will exchange for city property c a S for Sl KEYSER-MUL

fron aata Iosaond. Goodoutw 1hat is claied for them. Why not trybow.A nor mony
SCONSERVlATORY COURBlMr- e- nses. t I e and. exte Ing Uthem and get what you Pwant one Fr
W40ofor t P 1 ei coo9 tes rae bought abyeara gou

S "lHun. l yO BAL oo-hata KraCeLe n enuean 24th oshmeete d "dm. .. 2 TO ORDERsoM, C

Mre--ingsiRWi trewt i. mWre Pa ookspa eas nt tr D C VEW,
eTt ORiorn to. Por BRAUTIL HOMB OR SATlodeeUKa-Noe ma a1me yo uRENTr- Moon@,se o

take Ero t tesco street. 2-mtory, 7v- t es WANTED-The publicG- tOTICE OF REMwe nr
S -Tw __-__nty dollarsoom huseillood condition, ow rented NOTICE OF REOAI have soured the receipt fr compoun- ip a
T hisOreturnEme a tr t per menth. Can be bought for Mj .BERG O st tore en and M ang. the vClobrated Nuna 2Ch2ken Fc1,.7. A s Mfofr
1W .Ie t 0lt month. Hr lar0e Well known proSduer. Cheap 0than fthe Crew
1 4er to a.. ae or rot', ASu ed by Metlful N.ade tSreesi e W1S ylem $5. Yors. corn. B. Bl. sket Phone 947. 0ssptlm* .
S. Cuter. .t The utter o. maS. $1.,0.

[ -- OA 5-reamWn a"d8 o leots on Nort h100strong i-iI PERSONAL. ad a0 wl
S:=DOGS. mear -mh .. - R FOUND.pulll

W, with rspotv WA&s theca a In Every day the best positols are listed ,. the 5t cosm s of The Pensacola eor2ms a de Lu

S had on round gther a r 2 Sping. 10 Oie of the Southern States Lumber
a id at I WEST ORIDA St..Jour12al. The best position as clerks, book keepers, managers, salesmen and private u r s Wsu e re e e. h3 tr e
a bl a. @. M art. "ateac-'*_ 2 S n lAs, Ax I -- --o F rnu Co . Ir e. A n annSt meetEGSJre of the eetoiholders oet the S

 U a .= .raw WAN T AD S. secretaries can be obtained through The Journal Want Ads. Southern_ StateT Lumber C- -ompM. w
Sco request. be held at Its ole the City of Pensa-Garen ht.

SnAls o sW n, m faa , fo--- r s-.F'& .... .. cola. on the 11th day or .ovember. A. D.a i i
EDUCATIONAL. JN. DAY. R-e -s"l . 1odolAc P N3

eg s and oar of Christ I lA I you are out a redosiwhitn, don't roam the streamers looking for a sgn, or waste .r. .r. N0t a.
Sch teaheeA ... th.Pa your time any other way; but just tafity purebrn and read The Journal Want Ads. euswfw se-Wr.

A lOt nd ape r SA-s.. The best fi Pensacola advertise daily in The Journal for all kinds of A n at
...o a mS ,ntaRom e,,,Mvd. Good outbu that up y neat unes or

h ea- dW. atodTeea a' .Sa t~10; help. They wantyour services. They wl pay you well. Get m touch with them sale,5c a emd at The Jour. AwreTs
te to-day. Start reading The Journal Want Ads.e It will always pay vou wed naloJrice. R ates 8

ED ROOMS with use
e furnished room, 16t
r. Chase. Phone 1103.
furnished rooms with
room attached. Ap-
t. Iloctim'
T--Centraly located.
. 18 E. Garden St.
table furnished rooms
one block from Pala-
'base St. lboctlm*
ght housekeeping at
each. Terms reason-
len, Phone 1683.
[8 by the day, week
No. 3 N. Palafox St.
* Apply 614E. Jack-
s asutaMe for ulhl
ply corner Cervantes
SPhone 1467. oetlm
completely furnished
r light ouekeep .
nd phone. Appy i
!25. 2octft
always bring results.
* The Journal's Want
lns wonderful things
why not you?
ED rooms, close in;
L Apply 436 East
ihed or unfurnished
orn a!nd eastern ex-
bath. to dedrable
Private family. Ad-

romened to AttAed

makers at the Oulf
erway Couvenio.a,
vember t. and 10,
Illinois, may speak
convention of the
Waterway writee
L, secretary of the
movement Asocia-
unean U. Flecher,
hoe Policy of the
he reason for It to
Bys Is general aad
h the Gulf Coast
n particular."
cretary of NatioSal
ra Congress, prom-
m that Associaton
Chilet Hydrograph-
cal Survey, will
on "Federal policy
of Colnmbus, Ga.,
ect to connect the
and Chattak oo
"From f i Tensem
The greatest Canal
mnerican continant
Columbus. Ga., an
rear of Brunswick.
ether previous en-
iterfere with his

the Captain, Owners
gnees of tlhe Nor. bk.
rant. wIn be reepon-
debts contracted by
of said vessel.
N CO.. Captain.
the Captain. Owners
Ignees of the Pave-
atelli. will be re-
4e for debts contract-
the Crew of said
the Captain. Owner
ignees of the Nor.
orka. will be respon-
debts contracted by
of said vessel.
Consignee. Capta.

pentine Still
Ola. Pta.

- .met
am inhia

. 4. :$ .

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For a new and attrac-
ti* ve 5-room cottage on
!the auut thwest corner of
8th Avenue and Lee St.
Terms-25.00 down
and $15.00 a month.
Call and see our list
of property.

"THE RENT COL -o1wfaS"
200 S. Palefex St. Phe.. 67. Poesaeola, Floridae

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WOR~KING, OC-rOwxic 0, 1306.

1 : /, ;. KNOX Lighting Your Ho
naon15rrtrrunr That's one of Meyers new St re or
f LN Models in a Mans Shoe,not tore, or Your
,a, .... *- ,*,*, ..<, :. -S freakish, yet ample toe room with Gas will make you money
- \ Judge of Ta- Court De- and a very full swing. yo money. You e more ght
$4L.00PAIR. units and for le money than fr
Sclines to Sentence Bob Al widths and sizes, and age Those itrsted in t
S -- -- i' M~e s e \ McNamwsted to phone es and our repz
Sit's Meyers Shoes you war and explain the eesmon and g
J buying out of Meyer's Store.
The Tamps a iTU 5)s:
"Befwoi I will seatme e these men Qaity is what counts with PENSACOLA GAS
on thendings of W jury I will Phone 14 2and7 E
sign my pImyoitj as Judge of th i US.
court," was the dImatic declaration
of Judge H. C. Gordon of the criminal ,_,
Srt yesterday ening at 7 o'clock in AIIAr .
as the jury in the ce of the 8tate U L U lull
m Robert MeNamee and Emillo GMar- rnS OEUl uu.
Sala, terminated with the finding of the
ury. Both defendants were found Feet Furnishers For Folks .0
guilty of assault ad battery.
Perhaps no trial n this state las 102 South Palafox Street.
tenatsinted with such dramatic inte, |
;;boy sk did this one. Nerve tesion S mo
was at the extreme, sad as Clerk Mc- He hM several deputies preset t and
Kay read the fin dings of the jury a these wete caioned to prevent dis-
p rop ila almst any portionn 4T orjer. The deb.1okutftlon was Such odn I
the room could have been heard. Anl as to wa at the precations taken
day long the ca-e bad been fought by the ff. I believe that hd a n o V
inek by lach. and When it was finally some ne shouted 'lyWch him, we
S. . t thlaea mI e of t event it," said Sheriff Hobbas at Ever thnk of the matter just
whao ha crowded th court room an .,. you put YOUR mniomy in the bani
Sduri the day left or their evening County SoUetor Raney was assisted or yo, or d y togtlessly i
...': a .- ... 1' -cthe prosecution by Wall & McKay or yOu, or o you tougtessly s
SThe verdnc .of0 jury was based and tie defense was represented by someoTe elsCe t it in t bank t
u-. pon sthe i endlaw of the case. Mactiilae nd vs. wrk fr them? Open a sav s
-i- -ga som thea Judge made sow !.a saVes
critcin of t verdict. Mr M- Exent ea. Advice a Frt National Certificate f D
was adaisted b war ereuS u fo rs.d AveM. Jose. Cal N379 money works for you. Four per
Sattac lteo worth of Eler itte aa neral We soliCit your rheci&ing aqao'
___ All S the e Jr ly h family remedy, for headache. bilious-
o Othe ,bearig f J1 P. WW l, leading g nos and torpor of the liver and bowels
NO. f UIvrpoo to Gulf Tramit Co. oaforate section, fought is so promounded that I am prompted
"White Jack-t Or as, PA.ley. 1406, to keout of 0 e.vidd ece the copy to say a word in i ts favor, for the
i.Vinent to J. A. MIerritt & Co. 1el El Progrese, Otero's paper, Inbenefit of those seeking rellef from
a tS i ran.Rpp UKMCr-L1W101hich the article casting slurs upnsuch actions. There Is more heath i ona
4W to Fr.-,iss aftreyer. -Mr. McNamee ppeared, and it wai for the digestive organs in a bottle
^ f *mmam. as. ft to 2773. s, Pter--s S well te the sft _on before an in- of Meetrie Bitters than in any other of PeniaCol lri
SU i ainl 0sto..Ta nit Ob _mmn mmetermwaaim ed to read and exl- reedy I know of." Sold under guar. --- .
*to lf Trat Co. pro t stuponOeo. Designated Depoitory of the
wet s jnmiinL m.hA, MM, to Wr B -1 beleve"t *i '7y has found P STONE ON THE N. Kuw1^4 >. * < .W. K. M .., Vu,
am.' / ***^**A W to Hyer Br_ ----- accordaee wtI the evidence," said dT. w. area, As aIe W. IL. g
i -I m H U .. = .. . ,2s h . p & Ju deWGord o n -,4 a h. .e n o w o rd s -o f J UR N A W A N T A D S p ii n ,. r iv. w J W. 1 ic _o
D l mS ^ NorT Bter, Important Meeting of the criticism for t. The embers JOURNAL WANT ADS. . .....
Sdone what eack of them considered Mr. P. Stone, who expects to Ieave
IvLe. NL .-. ive CCamiteeTO his duty. The lW of this stte are for New York about November 3.
Im "" S1 Day at 6 P. sometimess ea w-thi1-the provc Journal for his household furniture ____________
AUae, a WBau 142. Day at j P.dge CEe l e U Mr. StoWne says the Monday after the
Rat, a S. *LD BWeL* 1. Us- d ,er bthe so-called unwritten law. 1 ad. was iserted was a busy day about W
---9 --,-.----_ -- b mto in M. C . . ... d Cim so .cl9K Mlege this cflI house, owing to the number of In-
81111040to6Norbt.Rason 78S3, &erto There will be aImportant eet e r many days I have cosMered this terested parties brought out by the
... E P .Cas1 toI Rt M. obano. of the Executive committee of thi case. I 'have known of the $ireo W- ad. n i r
b ..ortW .Ar.oja. MM to Rix Orym and Ker Club at the d oee of d us ,I -,weastances, and in just.e wich I al-IIi no
I" =rthhseeetUr at IM Boeat buying WSas try to exercise, I have tried to laidvertentlyl eft out and Mr. Stone,
w ,Il --1 oNor bk, Jdasol_ 14e, p. acquaint myelDf ,with the circiau noticag 'the lack of prospective. pir
"B" *"-O ng s-t u4ltWaoal o se, r Mat hi cmm.itea w stances which - o always be chasers, at oce came to this office
Sm e hs K ricke Thi committee iscompaettfte brought out wew there is a differ- ad demanded a aeaeoR for leaving deported ar Saags apartment
S. Nata to r. followingJudge Henry Beur, enee. ino the ltt.ipetatia of expres- his ad. out.
S* h r Western la to.rb- ad. M. Pooley. W. A. Blount, Jr., -ons in lancuai .This is written to show the orl: tion for ample esas or future
S. e. s Ayres. to J. A. P. NeUman, K. Pope Reese, Frank L. I know tha the prosecutor la this Use Joural want ads. as well to pleasure to add to It weekly or month
r & 1hilas Mwrr~Itt 4^ C Mayes, lios. Johnson and the see case is a distbrj)l citken. I know make up for the last insertion of Mr. by week, by the month or yer. et t
.taery. r that d-o s ar* NS4Wst me's for -sale at oieo iaN.
/ Si 44&BON"t oi wter. demands;theatte a of each 0e0- t e has e pubess -t ati ng r- o
her of the o -ndtt tUclcesIn his ?. we wh 4
Gd.. ,e *i. f-....o ....D e.._o__ N U m - tmnn ,nm resentment. i ......*t am qt. AMRAwer NA T10
soma "iWieolldthing... ik do gtohings N_- NOTI C EOF, SALE. AI hDIuAr
.I, ...... -W ease.eI SW ,u ,...I&t vh$ n or or ders mad- MVL.
---bo wmm 4. me Ise W nd their t"rsiCtnce /the.District.d fet aiema an anf the Distri sate
wrk w2th0it -tas a fuss about it." have made inquiry as to Its m m C. Court -t the Valted States for the North- PMS-a. Fes sa AOt. C
f int al ga t The 55hwPSurifer r sold at aU U LU SI am certain as to the lntent o tc e s tit of 5o boths g a
c. -... author. BeFore e ee men F during the legal hou
have been cegel with deprti-n o an Monday. petober t h, a
in- Ra Uuew Z1,Tp.. NS] OW O T'e erUe lfland killingrof s ro wh ohave- .beesnp to te ,h..IFnI=
for -= UUUIItdUNU d guil --ty of Infractio nsof rule sad laws l lf FokrUM Of r k kind a 0 l ms t $ .. aY e met of this country. And. I do not believe .. ..-- 4.. ...e ert" incea.ton saw mi
.i 1061= lu g COURT cosieatoill ,-shedts hant -es, small stoc
pag g m, that any of these have had as au .es. lners, pulleys, parts. fittings, *
B ttI 1. . his case. Before I wil tnsace the n eed feet 9f lncrlc more or ae
m 5 A- ..A. Wilm -I will resign my position as Judge of a ti imbr .learn. ...
S* A.r M A Wto Martinrleutaer Saun- Those Selected For the Term i in rI w be reed of auiensmnort..gA Capital, .
"WTSt__e. _401f Wthich Convenes a sheriff Hobbs, w wWs pr t bStet Sest b r cash. T. pbaA. J 3NNOo
^ A. A. Fisher to L. M Davis-Lots the coCIusion Of the case had Cartfied check for 00 rred
* satd 10, Blek 5, West King Tract MarCh 11. he cou er. doretured se ely after sale.
.. .. o. g g. teak o ,I -10 saJ o q(r valuable corsidera- -oer ae t t asc AUa. oA tCE DUIRCT"KS
,T ^^ -mi ted States to A. J. Busbee-S he following are the gred and m Lr ubte r ptcy of Esta te or Basse. Jr Ti-*.We
i ue(-J*tso anrrv1d ye a 1 O N. 3. 1-4 of N W 1-A ot petit jurors drawn to serve at the NONE 8 Gee. L. La. l pigi s. w. L N*w. ,
w evea& is Set. As- 3 1 Tp 1 S R 31 West-(Hotaestesd-)' March adjourned term, which ceo. E Mag of Job.. er.Dcesd M 5. R ^ sksr.
rIW O.s '-NW 1-4 ot Sa 14., Tp. 2. N. R. G2 Grand Jurers. 1as g r5ag g ** ether pereasS haTe debts or doem.d.
a st UWwre West. Ao timber* S* 1r of ee T 2. 3 e JW Iestase, Edward C. Ryle, Patrick B s *b V o ear* aftserthe 3irst pubiton WE DO A GENERAL BANKING

-S -- d 4^g.^y at J A. Wiselogel, W. M. Ware. Jackson seeA g m-hII of N. Grl. deemaed, to present the
IWatts.Jame" steans, J Hal Sh| *il L th, wtrt a o THE CITIENS NATIC
d a St the mu. 9John A. Walker, Charles W. Davis, A. 1.Adminitrtrix cum 50t6e.nts annex.
qmsi i C. Bailey. | wa.bT n, nes. Mpt2onwW* pNa__A_

*K, 1H-1- 'son, *J so. J. N. Wilson, A okin Jones, Jo- i 0SE a. RHODES. or R

Wells, James H. Dailey._IL Leo122.1eept22ow
955 I w L /IJr., John T. F'lournoy, Henry -ye, ,A of ._ r, U. IL land z ....
9 1 M.Pate J1oeph I. Jo . Depart1Past of the r 8. a a Q LHems- De .rtment of
ei UMmh M tr Sbot L. Hancock, Her C. C. a NoveNber 62)Homestead
1- e, s r. wr n 5 iAhrens. Lazarus Jacoby, a: ws-hP.es4 we@ Na t
A Marrit ^ &aNeedHelp Gilmore, A. C. Lee..J. Oy, R.J.-M .sah bas Se: -otIe of
S- s I' .. si an Brett, J. Stewart Flem4ing, iRi-d l sa te Jb- r
Mr .t..a 1m n Iksolving the financial Fox. Benjamin E. Clutter, James H. Mi* -rtmclaimf to qenadco laI" "
B eaM -e^ Armwses, N. problem? colsd. Mocccrn of ause-s^us M tu noav

1 4 ship and high gr-ade lin- .... J. ..e. aa meo*d wl .itwe
".Thedepem s pl erwour or- PsNAoC.LA .COT.o Aplaneal___aw .. m sA
St o. vn Olur n s put into our gar- E ng report Is famished Appliances are all found ToF oR U m1 NA----
S Iments all mean dura- for The Journal by M.arks &aY a or or PKNSACOLA. FLA.
U. and-O Thor* 0.o HL C otton merchants,. Pe sacoi aI.: at r plantng- o will be received at the Xai
S-no w.-withm ability and--economy. Good n...... ......"... a at our pI-n an r o osu and Accounts. Navy W ,
I I ..... .................... a methods will positively m Oc Cbe M .an. 1u
SMt NAVAL ST0u redouble the life of your oran or6 xre valve. The
affl.IM Tanocd to Taste. .^Savannah.! Ga.. aaaSrOct. 1.-The 3 -g linen.efNr f
are the naval stores q tat linen. s WM be rnbed upn aplia
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in candlepower
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esentative will tll
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t in that light? Do
Sand let it work 1
Pend it and let
their credit to
:co'mt, or take out
deposit and your
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needs. It will be a real
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Jr Cabin 6f Boat and a
Large Tree.

S. F. Bogart was painfully injured

-w hilecting as lo. aboard thb 'B
Launch Mignon while she was -ean-
deavoring to enter White river, about
twelve niles northeast of Pensacola.
The launch had proceeded 1 short
distance up the river when she
struck on one side of the bak. She aw, Mak
struck with such force that the was.
sent to th, other shore and It H 11 Clasock.
at this time that Mr. Bogart Was
injured. The boat came in contest P J E
with an over-hanging tree catching
cabin of the boat, badly making his
muscle and otherwise inj derlug I I
one of the branches struck him .fo4
S the mouth, penetrating to a de t ee onl o
of about half the inc he ol b
He was onemof a dfshing- A"hunt-
ledge, F. W. Dennis, Jr, a. 3
Clellan and Wm. Bogart Tue pas.
ty returned to the city immediately o la t
Sw e. after the accident and Mr Bogart
S -, a -ts went to his home, where his wounds
a 2 were dressed. AL-f !-

w e Th eting wa led to

p tst. 6:30 o'clock, wit Chairman OliverI-
1 IIe Inew~ utr a I presiding lodind Me.srs. InAnson, Rad-to
s The Wa wS n Tis i te bl t, a e and Schad
W t St W Powther I eep hoe hse M ah "prar ofa o
eve a &Of -lailihter. .eyStUW illU elr Alleged Black Hand Luetter W A tED BY I

.wa lr In W w t1MAym ant e ernet. bells .-- was iven unl next uesay o
SM bitr., Mptthe p Sh leord, o- o tommWuniasPon from ther mabyyor

Swa ek w reommenng the mmeate pu-
EaT1se -show closes with the moving iEt Sth C ounci to Amend
ti ctures which are Always enjoyed at At Opera Hohe. Rhie t reported that re e

ct she eve m the ear. ha ve been staled *n
.moar~.m wo win.t bytBS work i ae Ma Closing
OrKMWl tl _ts. A black hand stunl t 8th n by the committee wh
at the local opera ouose last ws .p
S a. anghtpor ams t hGeordan d o out m Ton Go M
S- trouble with a is fre and s iable BOARD WOULD As requ HAVE PEN
Stl Tony received a letter written In ALTY FOR FIRn he- VIOLATION

opesUL wk Ms Lnise You have oInly to put in ;eI at es'ignedm He informed Capta n on t are rthehorses
s with thea OntryB mh that lace $ to sar n00n Caramalo's e NOT LESS THAN MS FOR FIRST
-tSC i d 1m ds. S Lanatthe taurat. aThe letterS OtatedF A-
Am&I --t.he ,l .. t he omah, Limd reWThemsIs,-e IN A ND the RE
t e = place norany T failed to do this he would lease
that has the M ofeumes tbek it. his bead. Tony refused, yong TION OF THE LliENSE UPON
S. Gaetano is still In the employ of G.
wt --e- .. s to have a m orrasso a d the mater consider. SECOND CONV fishing the new
ordoti a er gMot L ld l in the | a practical joke by forms that th

k t, Is .rutk T o __& Rii/mn I ad1 deivering them had expir, .
t -Ston dh sitte rs his sisters.
t g dup> pon last a a the Ge etan h as been In the employ Later hours for thleave s of
rer. Therefore, when reats Nee r o Mo Endeavor the past year and is Pensaol witty of $200 for
etalithkaed to bas whatever men, au- about 18 years old. Po
c witbS reach the showmea de- When the contents at the letter the firs coivlt am auil the revoca-
inaj* *Vtioant the habit.becapne publbe a large number of ies at the Ulene ao '&e second con-
s as 4t stasdet at evry-C O Ital e-s alleat the store yesterday vietios is the desire of the Board of
thing 5iWo, -l n6 the patience of the s I orno and the MIWhom Morram W6re kept Public Safety, as exprosaea in a reso.
entry brotbers-was about workout busy expWO'lng tae affair was a lotion passed last -night at a meet-
Weng b weretto I of nwasoeat.eokehbasr turnedity&4"4 resan of the board. In this resoludeon
quhilby starwer tt a l. It a his regular ount FIR ED UPONBntthe couell Is learo d to amend the
9AWe by .4 6=00_____________to_ _'FIREDaw, making the closing hoar 11t
tefrm the simian was it ag Baldlm&. R s I: : to 12, Pads3to UP-ONo'clockandincreate ctheoPenalty for
One afternoon o ne toea tra t ers __P ___e____ a violation._
ige rt bdish engaged rbbing- 7The meeting was called to order
gsintaggr dish. That w#asAroble's at 6:30 o'clock, with Chairman Oliver
6 I3 a presiding, and Messrs. Anson, Rad-
Th e sme was .lpwed to take cliffe and Schad pvoent.
mytb he Wam 46no WwM&sUNKNOWN MAN aThe committee appointed to select
oee wi"h the lMer sOffer"eNd a location for the new truck house
as ob-oetion. everythipg in the western portion of.-the city
was left in the owhagwys way was given until next Tuesday to
teuchd up with Ipesac or something make a report.
equally as bitter., Matthew Shne-leford, Co1-- A communication from the mayor
ArqWwe was sad4e ikev recommending the immediate pur-
times by his preaks. sad then he4 Our central station gen- ored, Had Narrow E -chase of a combination -chemical en-
o08h a real good monl1ey. Now he gine and also the procuring of a build-
i* o af the 511oaspartein.t rates power twenty- waich to place it was received
*m the Oentre shows. He and hts fouar hoprs afdayed and aded.

Sa kpi wihow his lan hISweika t YO. .i.y use it for a few corner of Belmont and 8th avenue The action of the commIttee which-

"" I. " ".u dnpany. Home of Mr. Banner- i -
I owCNU OBO WO .- 2 oUS ad...... pw .. man Last Night. W tohtx
e ATTA OO A :WAGONsi t i soa, --o---W. 6 001- 9 W I .* J_1 1h M
d by I Tephone 102. An unknown negro attempted to T
WM. JOHNSOWN SON. enter the home of Mr. nuaerm--n on 1 lie
,... I no West Garden street shortly after 8 T
-- -- - , o'clock last uight, but was prevented 122 and 128 Sout
S from doing do when Mrs. Bannerman
went to the wipdow for t purpose
., of closing the blind. The negro-
was standing on a box and was knhaock-
I' art l-'-S aOr UI-foUUl Y ouIn ed down fromhis position When the
S ",he f or Y o lady slammed ae blind. J
SThe matter was reported to the *
v en police station and Marshal Saaders -.
M n I and other officers endeavored to S *
As usual, we, show the young man the ideal sft.. We have the catch the negro with blood- h os .
stylesthat are istnt different from theconsrvative lines but hencescaped going throu g to Roana
The young men are coing to depend on se more and more for fece a .-ngt hu tm
their mults that are full of spies and Individuality so dear to their RAN INTO A POST
hearts.. Their Ideas are all worked out in KUPPENHEIMER & While riding south am Palaftes h
LAWRENCE model suits. $15 to *35. street shortly after 8 o'clock last. _.i
eightt a negro becyce mempeager bay
Sinthe employ of White's Pharmayer -
C i n I 1 .. .struck a telephone 0t. la bu et
m llmalfl C O Sll t x Nick Apostle's r-i*,,,6ue sa w9s
SMaln I s luu d Gov't. thrown to the pavement with much
St**f CASH CLOTHIER Strets force. X large hole ws knoc ke
Ph.N 297 Peasseea ,Fl,-ida. ., 478 in the ack of his bead and he was
Sther hwie Injbared. A derangement of
the handle bar was the came at tois
a audermS






Board of County Conmiis-
sioners Will Open Bids r's f CWN
Novcumbcr 3.
Plans and specifications of a new
bridge to be constructed across Bayou V_ _Lo atio
Chico are now on file in the office c f&
Clerk McMillan. of the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners, the latter body hav- Youll save needless
ing recently decided to build a new
bridge to span the bayou. looking around by
The bridgee is Lo be a wooden one.
and is to replace the one now span- coming direct to
a* ning the bayou, which is in a bad state mi
U of repair, and in addition prevents
boats of any size from entering the us fOr
bayou from the bay.
The notice calling for bids Is as fol-
lows: sll l00KS
1os:NOTICE. School bloks
ealt- The Board of County Commissioners In ____________
and for Escambla county. Florida. will
r,-,.-ive bds for the construction of a
woc-len bridge to be built across "Little
Bayou." Plans and specificationa on file
Sat the office of the Clerk ui the Circuit The neCoW 0lo tiln
Bidts will close at 12 o'clock, oon. .
Tuesday, November 3rd. 10 g us xCellmt
itar- A. M. MeMILLAN.
Clerk Board County Commistsionera m ..*
By C. G. HARTSFIELD, MI fr'tie s.
Deputy Clerk.
Pensacola. Pla., Oct. 19, 190.
S*"I haave found Bucklens Arnicales
Which Salve to be the proper thing to use for l S. PalafoX.
sore feet, as well as for healing buras, S P f .
sores, cuts, and all manner of abra-
sions." writeu Mr. W. Stone, of East t U SIW Wt
Poland, Maine. It is the proper thing df4 4W W V W W
g- too for piles. Try it! Sold under gar-
antee at all druggists. 26c.
A Methodist revival was opened at
n D AMolino Saturday night, the first serv- If you are not keepamn up with the
BOARK leces being conducted by the pastor of New Fiction, you do not know Wat yOU
the church at that place, Rev. E. W. are msslar.
Roberts. He also preached Sunday at most of the favorite auther heave new

11 a. m., the night rvices being con- books now mn the market, an there W
il, J. Matthews and H. H Bicker. ducted by Evangelist J. A. Wales, -of some new authors that are making their
Appointed Assistant Chief this city. Rev. Gavit. pastor of the mark.
On recommendation of Chief Bick- Palafoz Street Methodist mchrch, will
er, CApt H. Riera was appointed as- preach tonight. .
sistant chief of the fire department. Two converts were made Sunday
The request of Policeman Wm. and the meetings re being largely HARRY T. IHOWLAND.
Henderson for pay for time lost, on attended.
account of suffering from a pistol .Mmg. e Im k .
wound, was granted. L l INE E L. M1
A communication asking that the Flrid and JIN I ". .
water main be extended to a certain LAND COMPANY
portion of the northeast part of the M satree t
city was received and filed. ma .Dealers t.
Judge K D. Beggs one of the sign- LUMBER. SAWEfD CYPRESS SHN M
ers, will be asked to appear before OLES AND KIL.N-D-R-D SAP.
the next meeting of the board for the m ml P m
purpose of his learning the board's J
intention regarding extending the TKO i L hb.
The contract for furnishing medi- j flUir moetlng of olr-
cine for the coming six months was Ida Chapter. No. 9. 0. -
awarded to White's Pharmacy. The S.. Tuesday, October 20th.
bid of the Pensacola Drug Company at 8 olock. V siting mem- f I rj
was not considered because it was -- sCcRdiayInvi. T ,lC- ...
not submitted according to specifica- W. M.
tions. MRB F. M. SMIT lestrIal flxturog, tdee lights,
The marshal was given power to t tephon brackets, e4.
buy certain provisions for use at the VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN N-: QXN XT TOO-:, ARGL
city jail from merchants offering the --- 1 tWV RA WT SMALL.
cheapest prices. Volunteer Veteran eiemen's Associa-
The clerk was instructed to ad, tons meets at Knights of Columbus E. W PEAKE,
vertise for bids for the sale of the Hall the first Friday Ia each month. /
old steam Are engine and hook and J .N. ANDREWS, _____ .
ladder truck. Also to ask for bids ABE DANIELS President **
for a coal cart for us sgn the fire de- Secretary.
Chief Bicker was, instructed to se- Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of
cure bids for a number of new mat- Rebekah met eve Mndaay niht IA YOU'RE
tresies and for repair of old ones a t. cordiallyS Invted .to habe t. GOING TO
now used in the fire department. REBEZCA JOHNSON, N. ..
The following resolution offered by er y.
Mr. Schad and -econded by Mr. Rad- HOUSE THIS
life, was adopted, Messrs. Schad
and Radcliffe also voting for the pass- FALL
age of the resolution and Mr. Anson D W E O
voting against it Be sure to get a gOOd
"Trat the council be requested PROFESSIONAL. ph will cover
to amend ordinance No. 18 and ordi- paint, one that Wi COVer
nance regulating the sale of spiritu-
ous; vinous and malt liquors in the T.* YATE, M. D. the greatest amount of
city of Pensacola, passed Sept. 25. Optican. surface anM one that
1907. and approved Sept. 26. 1907. so 1410 Mlount Sullding. ~ill gVe, greatest resis-
as to allow saloons to be kept open rwennnc as an tn th slat es rsS
until 11 o'clock p. m., instead of 9 stance to the salt air,
p. m.i and that the penalty for a vio-
lation of any of the provisions of the DR. J. B. TIT-TRR, win, rai an& the not
ordinance be not less than $200 or DENTIST. sun. Get.
more than-.$1,000 for the first.offense 810s lowm&alsdng.g .e MA tI
and a revocation of the license for MASTIC PURE
the second offense: that anyone, fur-
nishing evidence, which shall result PENSACOLA ELECTRIC MIXED PAINTS,
In conviction, shall be paid $50. COMPANY. $1.5 a on
A Pair of Trade Winners. PensacolaFort aa schedule.
"Pve never had any great luck." de- WINTER DAILY SCHELUE.
dared the pessimist. Effective Thursday, October 1, 1906.
"Neither have I." admitted the opti- -Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Earrancas.
mist. 6:00 a. nm ................... 7:15 a. .n.
-Made my money tv hard work and 1 a m -................. ..:0 a .
... :0 a. m ................... :45 a. m. BJ&i
advertising" -'..m>vii ,i-( Coumier-Jeur- s:45 a. r...................... 9:30 a. m.
Ial :3 a...m ................... 10:15 a. m.
11:4- 5a. m ................... 1 :30 p. m. .. .
1 :4. p. m. .................... 12:00 p. m.
r p. :no p. m .................... 2:45 p. m. ...
2:41 p. m. .................... 3:30 p. m.
o3:' p. m ................... 4:15 p. m. _ _L
&4:15 p. m ............Sat. only 5:10 p. i. "
5:fl p. only. 5:45 p. in. 6:00 p-n. i, .. / L, i
7: O p. m. 6:30p.m. 7:1,-p.m. 7:30 p. m.U S. A6 iaiL LdUmUnw
k :0o p. m. 7:17, p. ni. s:00 p. m. 8:30 p. m. Ia
!00P.o .m. t :'op. m. 9:45 p.:n 9:30 p. m. RUT
Store t0:") p mn. 8.45 p. in-.3p. .n. 10.0 p. M. SH.U
1:A 0 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 10;:1p. m.11:30 p. m. M _. .. _*CE aULE..
Ih Palaf.1ox Street. o0:,5 p. ,. p.. M--- ary a-- 1o .pm
0 Palaox Street. 1?:00op.m. !1:30p.m. Lin. .at
Thp 7:15 a. m. train from Pensacola will .W C da t.
S rn as a local train hereafter. The 5:10 L jlMt Wtesay nd
m. train from Barranaw. nID make an sdal7:"1a to
stfr.o. eoKppt on Qsturdays. when a localaIt so L ,r6 Ur. Wait=" .
car w Tl leave Big Bayou at 6:20 a p. I m. a' a..
disrontinu-d, Px -pt on Saturday after rvn L sey els .
nnls. Fase0gm1,
Local freight leaves Pensacola at 'an llf 4relD.. t withim.u
7 :1 a.m- Coarecto ,-
3:303 p. m.S So thtal m.
Through freight leaves Pensacola at
1:16 p. M.
OE FODR MEN SUAY aSCED u. Mobile & Gulf Steamshi .,
`-First car leav Pensacola at 7:0a. connection with tfs Atlanta St
second car at 9:00 a. m. and from that
S * hour on. the week day schedule wll be Andrews Bay Railway smts hip M5aM s
observed, except a c wu l leave Fort frfgtO W and a sea W services I
B3arrancas at 5:6 p. Instead ofr :1* M *, Pensesol, PaSnia C*t,, St. A-.
Freight car wI make but one trip, drew Millvill asd all pelatsa t .Aw
Leaving Paensacla at 9:0s a. n. d*aws Bay. making cOsOnOlsMs w411 A
WEST HILL SCHEDULE.L t. A. I. sy. wo Panam CW. WT
Passengers wishing to so to 'West Mu *day and ThUrdays.
winl tak North Hi cars .and transfer to For addltlenls lte.rmatlen i e freig
west ti! it-ar at la Ruk arid D villle, .nd a rn apluy to1
=trs!t,. ec.-vry % week day after O5B-- .. -g--
p._ m. and S unday- after p. im., wbn ,COSS. 6Mfr.
West Vifl cars will run through Palafox N eAl.
street to the postolfce and to West Hil. G. NH. PURVIS, V.P.


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