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 21, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01219
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
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SBRYAN-KERN FUND


.9 AJ MUi lU Mr. AieCajom .,Arested RN .BY NOW $799.
Tand Held Witho RIDDLED BY T e Wrymand Kern campaign fund last nght reached $799.00,
$4 being contributed during Yesterday. The Journal desires to raiee
S- / L11 I a Bondm. a /it least $1,000 by the 28th, and Democrats of Florida are 'ed to
SFav te e W .w forward at once with their contributions. Any donation wm be
S. Benton, Tenn. Sf Mur- ly recel, and those having dollar to apare are
l _r .t. of 13M. n t MU- o send it In and thus help to swell the total.. le d
-. ,and .b ty Says R BIcbs Are Long ALT.T.GRD THAT SHE der by Night #d Num-* unn tW dly needed by the national committee to con-
SContrntrons. on P and Short POISONED HUSBAND #. LTay- CONTRIBUTONS YESTERDAY.
L A...edo Onan-- lor Jumped Bayou Royal C. Dunn .Tahas. ...... .... ................00
o^ n^ Sou ooi eSandwiches Which She Pre- adis to be R Csw Tac a ...................:::: .
Dead."#.J. L. weeney. city .................
S Are Some Na Itor Him Ase Alleg- Total ......................
S*Psse. ed to Have COtr Ackn owledged yes*erdy ... ........ ............... $795.00
+ Wv Oct. $ *.. tour W would Ile Wrong to Men- ys *** ____
.B -hr rad O Strychnine She Denies Dunon cy, Tenn. o0.-Col on total ...... ...................... ...
---.me..G d y a- e me a r O- That She is Guilty of Any Captain Q. orank eminent *e. 0* e*e*
hi"todw men attorneys of* Bentwerre tak-
Sb N W ast dispute Col Taylor made a dash a
ra A ,..b _sg S M tiond.T midnight by enil riders umped into the bayou, and started
1 -- .1* --- Lwa i V w'as r e cmapecal to The Jirnal. Rankln's body w= qi morn- to swim across. A number of shots
_R wa b i the 0--- Mobile, Oct. 20.-Cha ged In an in- lug riddled with b hanging we fired at him. and in tCe con- L
aaklU with her hhm-a L She.. dictment with the murder of er hus- from a tre one the hotel fusion Powell slipped away an
< by attedoWaad Dala Ta., Oct ha3no.rnor bad, Joseph R. Calhoun, Mrs. Alice No Coltive come lo."r's attemv to escape.
Sa. -- -. sd s. ~ Am mr t JPerh r by tro e mbytoee bro ught back he store of Col. Tay .
Was the_ m ay a me& _c__Chan. N.Haskell. of-.dShe-riff Wliam Nuagent .tor- Taylor Or his a per- $10,000 Reward.
drm >* eMed a large crowd at the state y after 1 o'clock today. The writ aons who have- lnon City Governor Patterson arrived in Hum- T oU ST RI
Mr. a t today fr grounds today. The governor arrest ordered Mr. Ca n to say tat up to this after- boldt this afternoon and held a con-
r gk im Bte nam*atir plat, ws en*h< receld His becommitted without bail. oon no trace ylor had ultation with citizens of Trenton
I 3a1MhiM laer, gmasty of keehrwse0ely devoted to Texas, the city court grandjuryt A man named ad that nor announced e had offered a re-
So m ui e k ima.S S -atd t adverse crit- friday, but was not serves ntUl today e had been pny the ward of $10,00 and would visit the
mes&" o ardsleet oevt Wi. H. it being ascertained by the sheriff's mob, whlch sau eighty scene In person. He left at ten
c.~ e ar ant an met r He did omce that Mrs Calhoun was working member. Pow stopping o'lok for Ualon City. and will spend

a t tt emtSbltreatly ft ibedoonevelt by Mrs. Calhoun submitted t.deveryone ou them Oneunred militiamen, und J O. LaFontisee i Pens
--. S IMMAv, Mr. asse e,19"Uh a--a-eheerhDome, o3 0 George we ttoline up. o-ej .... v Re-
i uMm h streetwhol u Cocomma d Colonel W. C. Tton, left
ot'ofOfe h r Ia Als to t at a priple, ving the tht i"e wg u _e ro-. --loseas e n m said to were tragedy occurred. Orders call-so
becy ,sb& had dtc ... -e ei su- drdiotment returned by the city court have been sMO that Ing them out did not state whether
To an'tem- bnP if president grandJurychares, M.s. Calhoun with after killiaki-k they do guard duty at Court House,.
40 k--1*- tiky, 4a Oth IUlea-hJ-n:Ax- _-e ew--t--udeathofdierrAusoan., Josep miR.esa rpi.ng? be pending grand juryI ligation, or
bw now 'bar, 1P WN .ftdJW .94 A along Calhoun. a driver for the Amwirl made of CO-- the whether they go into field -service.
um. ._"e wax "W".t IIm tto the Lumber Company. Beleves That the Repoi
iimK. desleede rsp~b0qP 1ad- noon of September 4. Calhoun was Which He.i ....
1 00"no0 1me Physiala and others who were pres-
w h i h Oetwhen...e-man died-said.t...tt ere t of P opr.t.


_ I

w ad Im Ctea. Cleveland
tomaiht. sought
_spech1 at a big de _
cOc T4eN and
e its support and
ul1 tonre the election of
fry to the prsideacy. Mayor
Geosa 3. MoCmisaU preested and
rad a letter te the *eVebe Jno.
BDielow mathor aad statesman, I
tfriem, of Abraham colu au d
Samual ITudo. uriang the election






r rt of orid rerndery
* Kebo contest case. The deod-
* Io was detrred on account of 4
* the' voluminous record of the 4
* ^dao ate wa set for render- 4
* tg a decision. 4


PRICE. 6 CENTS.


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W r'V^^KSS^S B ," Tug-^: l 01 AndI predicted then that if it was --- ** .... .*
S- [wed to etu in force it would J. 0. LaF.ent-. of Jac ksonviUe, P2
bougat in a verdict that Calhoun eleven years ago. Tn e' t t ,
cae to his death through poison 'ad- Said He ad Ptedicted Pan- enacted the cost of living ias in- comprehensive study now under wo w
Sministered by some person unknown Now B creased forty-nine per cent, while by the forest service, United State * *
and through sandwiches which had IC, an This HaS NOW C- wages of the workingman has in- Department of Agriculture, of the as-.
SbeenV furnished him for lunch.e cru-Sas p bhli. creased only 19 per cent. The work- val stores industry, covering its var-
______ At the inquest Mrs. Calhoun admit- CO rue-SayS R pUbl iingman therefore is thirty per cent ous phases and having as its ultimate VL-fl I [HI
ted that she eed wita her own bands arty Dares N t TO worse off now since this bill was object the perpetuation of the tdu ll
. a arri the the sandwiches which it wa held by c. pa-sed." He said we have heard try. In referring to the proAgres of PI
the jury contained strychnine poso Cl spiOh 1 the Di y Roosevelt talk about everytuihg but the study unddr way since the 1st 1;-of- -
Confident of vindication. T Bil as It Did Eleven had created 99.16 now ofice-holders.twhrt A .
Mrs. Alice Calhoun is 31 years of "Why," he said. "if Roosevelt was this project is prepared and publied City Oct. .rrt
to S1O0.00. age. and with her husband up to tlahe . allowed to continue there would b the department of ariculture willbe has b U for tle rest of
-_ time resided at No. 08 Sot an o e-holder on the bacit of every in a position to definitely prove tt ith Wirth, a asool teacher in Kan.
George street since she has been re- By A~l ted Press. voter in the country, and you would by the adoptionOf the proper methods Gas City, K.... bpcae she pa.ted a
The school (fted we re ed es- siding there with her mother. Mrs. New'York. Ctl. 20.-"The American have to pay freight the turpentine industry can be ade strip ourt ere s the p
terday by the donatia ot $2 by J. J. Allen. She offered no resistance working man I thirty per cent worsep.ma t h Hrvey ly a y ol
Gin, ts erea.ing the samnt so when placed under arrest. of I the ingley tariff bill was CHOLERA ON WARSHIPS. permanen t, whereas nowi tht e general Ofm il. wh te o i a h in eehoo.
h raised to $130, the Sug ofb$12ge 1 Departly exeted twhe he n ad-Passe 'was tb declaration of Dlower-O- trisoon topIn this state 7%e war
12i nhi iaar towlrrds vraed her that s.he was under arrest, b i address fore the Commercial Tra arrived here yesterday. one oj it.In . ao fat
supplying with books ..thehildrenof a Informed that a newspaper Travyers ~Lw here today. cer sufering m cholem The yes.- pnrth t ,,baanexfpt e ^ rienied a fa o
. ..It..t- n -- --- T --- I a in c tre 3 wh n that bill sel w as placed in quarantine. ...... .. .. .. .....the a mer l 9 = 10
the city, whore unable to iwy ttem. (Contine on Pael T pla n quarantine the preservation of the forests of the
.I... "...AT- ----. United States and he has already de-
WILL POTeCTr CO UL.ATIE monstratod to some of the largest usa- N. ESCAP
speca- l to lbe Jour-IL 7)tfF- 0Zc 0 val stores producers that the ,_.i Wy N VW llr
st. Petersburg. Oct. 20-The pro can be perpetatedby thb e proper cre OF N. Y. FIRE CItl EP
Sn that usals Latervene In North ro and attention to the second growth.
ei to recent all of Persa Jaf In fact he has several practical fins- By ocat P s.
ti gaprey to anarchy and to safe trations which he will wse in empha- New York, Oct. 2.-PIre de-
SguardRussias coamOLtlal and otlier sizing this claim. styed the trunk factory of t
SInterestsin the country Is cosldered "I find that those who are engaged Lo Goldsmith Son today.
by the mis tofl tu in a o f l t in the production of naval stores are los t. re Che At-
0be emature.TI oe ment does -m Ai -- beginning to think along this line. ey al a battalion ief tl
Snot, however, eontmplate taking the A ,T They have migrated from Nofth Caro. into a 'cal to escape a l ling
Stecesry measures to protect Rua "tna to south aolina, fzsm South wa l.
t flan subjects and trode. It Uo V con (CSme E T TL) UE # ( 4 r ****** *t
templates strengtheniag the guards .. Sr o To
at the codmuiates-.i s
Jr 4V vil esardMigah ,lne-i. fl I


Americans Were Given Every
Variety of Entertainmen


o'klo, Oct. S.-The third day of
e Aaerican o cupaon of Jan
brht a~hot every variety Of enter-
iwoie t for the o cers and mea of
SAtUantic loeet and visiting businem
gMn mom the Pacte coast, from an
sudesm adS luncheon with the royal-


ty to a baseball game between nines
from the fleet and eOo university.
There was no 4dikft1tu in the
qvthqxt*um with which the Ameri-
esnw were received In the streets and
wherever carriage bearing American
officers appeared. The baseball game
resulted in a victory for the Japanese
team after fifteen innings.


Baseball Game Off; Giants
and Tigers Will Not Meet

Ss As5eated p s stase and seCrwal oth_ layers are
ow York. Oct. W-The proposed battered oer tba r n*t
e Yrl O ceblbew e Now The players bave well from a
artm%$ aobaeba amtetwiNew PfBseal standpoint. President John
Ye*lt NatkIal aad Detroft Ameriaa T.SBosh domstod tha cub share of
l teems 1as sbee h abano0na. It the last New Yorkt-Chicago game.
Sto the series on aountig to about ; there-
T a Strday oft ceiptsa of the A- stf MtSe bee-
raths wok. b bndsbees fonad ink- at an SUnmday -wer $M while they
possible to repreaseertatve clear sbout $1, ir.the exhtbi-

ea. lalDo i& moO ILe vaudeviU shIp aetlea.


FIGURING


5 511 U e;NVApXuAS i s ^ .uA & J -6
Advocate of Vaccination


By Associated Pres.
Philadelphia, Oct. 20.-An usual
challenge to test the effectiveapae of
vaccination was issued yesterday at
the opening meeting of the National
Anti-Vaccination conference, which
will remain in session three day with
representatives present from state
and national organizations ordered to
compulsory vaccination and other


ELECTION.


compulsory medical practices.
Dr. RimIph Straube of Philadel- '
phia. in as address, challenged Dr.
Samuel Dimon, head of the PeMnyw*
Ivana l eallh department to spend a
nlIWS ti a bed with him with a INalt-
pox patient between them In order to
prove te claim that vaccnation is rof
beneft in preventing the spread of
that diae.


Windy City Desires to Rid

Itself of Smoke Nuisance.


By Assciated Press. required
Chicago. Oct. 20.-The electrifca- laent.
tion of all steam railway ternmimal la Upoa th
Chicago was brought much earer to tion mad
realization yesterday. The city-wide aeIi w]
warfare upon the amaohki& dfrt-pr- bring ohm
during locomotive aian Ae with read ter
the comnetioas ot the n U ato Magr Bep-Ie
Busee by the maciipaI i ltte.mL. the emnot
This report, the work of -sa, 4e aWmrielpael
clares in so may werds that M else- scatioa. w1
triflcatioa of the railUad to *pls l. t inae A&
Chicago is practicable aa a -rantAI Central to
seous to all interests a aheuo be'a the


by the ammleipal govern.
e basis c the r ua nd- .
e by the con-itelle, Mayor
B direct his eamapaia to
at the electr dltioa of rail-
the legislature he will uwrg
Neat of a lsaw athboatng
ttle to eaMoas the electrli-
kle at haMa he wit con-
esfrts so Imndes the IMta s
Smset the exIa mm to Iakmsg
MtUe vsMw.,


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Sn.in now occupying
* Site of Hotel Are to
Be Removed.

* WORK MUST BE
* DONE AT ONCE
*
: Me~ng Hel Yesterday
* Afternoon and the Matter
S Discusaed ReMlting in
^ the Cot.'nittae Caligf For
Propo9l For Removing
Four N ,Tlilding

0 To disouwn the removal of the B -
Sbuadi now occupying the site of
* the proposed hal f million dollar hotel
at the Corner of Gaiea sad Palafox.
streets, the building committee of the
Penaacola Hotel Coommany Seid a
meeting yesterday afternoon ian the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce.
The committee was undecided wheth.
G er it would stipulate in the agrae-
ment with whatever firm secures the
contract for erecting tAe hotel ;that
the buildiags be removed, or for the
of the meeting yesterday afternoon
was a decision to -eall for bids for
removing the buildings. as It Is be.
eved that at least one of them can
be removed aend utillsed a a real-
a- To Be Done at Once.
This work will probably be done
at once, provided the proposals sb-
mitted by contractors, we suitable
to the building committee. Tea
Methodist chureh, the arona aa4mn
atwo .small stores occupy the site,
which faces 160 feet on 'Palafox street
rt and It is the .desire to hav' the itta
clear as soon as praticable. so that
g there win be so dely after the b qs"
. are, sold and the contract awarded.
Sfor the i erection of the fla bufldin'.
I' UAgWy the New York ai3 E
Who "isagod a drawing the detail
yj ijte tthe oel, had wwavRA.
&W0 ftthe situtoa dath n .r


To reach all of the peo-
ple, use both the DAILY
and the WEEKLY JOUR-
NAL.


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R LA WYERS DECIDES TO CALL FOR BIDS


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THE PENA P COA OUDAft MO NNG' OCTOBER 21, 1908.


TOIR$77 N4ME r~St Peternbusr& Oc. 3.--CoUst Leo
SBilPUCIAL BbND ELECTION LEpa-. TIor.In I aH ANSletter
i L TIO'N V writU: -b_ up f1et ww 9 o- lted him last tonth te eightieth

^ .bE *--.. **11 ut,,.yrle A",rl oran a yr wle %ad orl e-, e,,y e ao!mme r o a -e-"mIIplofapreclaton

1" -H of uppetbte, edbeate aeuiseOU s notable to reply personally to his thou-
Soand Und u~e de ,iw Ms 1 reands ofwell-wiahers in all parts o
. 'aasivelyi nw rs ad told of theinew NEW AUTO RAdE LdAWS.
~ o AK TO MA E T.lE I nMe *UIU thod of the medicinal
loP o t AK TO MAgNAiGE THE elects of the cod's liver from e Pae At.St eting yes
___.T -- HELD ONM EUEL UNUO O Oil, e)*n inB the obnoxios Oil Oc. .I a meeting f d y s


11 E nWILL E VOT. UPON, WERE ob I a s l her eafter maton haro laminim
aAlf-leANOTHER sWET l_ tfesh and strength. and ehe does welsit on multigramias of t ,84o iuoe vry eis of ad md-
ot te --coIGHT. l o aa t a.l,.. pu nd se with a cylinder bore at least &t a a
It Dropped 30 Feet Cagoabo it hla ofe her, ad I hope otherd1he r io fo rsr lcmngc to w tes e it l a a
., -- """ Ot .f'h e wve weak, delicate or WHERE 18 THE DUKE?

MO T VNIGHo. am Dy Amtra me| PERFECTION fu It
i rs to same .....the se bdVINOL is sold in Pe-aoola Abrgssi h suddenly disappeared

-U" -b f, itelh er th e pe bo.. -. .Whit.... ......y. from.T.rn and as search has fu-lled -o.
i e t d aft ixN WNTOotheAswe" .delia to locate him, the report has gained?
.Tose. t .e-et sevre iXynn, y. hnd O.--DA tldrnw circulation that le haad left foru r. __ab
s. th boaie err adjored until RESULT OF STORM IN WYOMIN Mobile Has a Sensational Aneca, saing under an assumedr7 .i
.g, 'eke. g will be hel *e f'-n P,-- -^. on -- ',--"- --- -- she B_- o,,lm d ,i, pcs ved ', mbD" i h hqm-
i, A. a ... M..r Of 0e wse of at hardNg the AND MANY OTHERS ARE SUP Posning ase A Prays us and a eat. burns 9 bi. Deril*y whte m* idi o -
, |- *.-- A. PIrss toi be reh in the a e POSED TO BE INJURED. rY AWx Ii to he held Nov. 3 aJd also the -- comoa s is regulated by certain
e... -for .t. head. ir W. -ta Amecissi P man was out here looking for me last re A member present at players a
The a"fet ow~og were elected to serve Cheynne, Wyo, Oct. 20.-As the turdy night ad thought there th ee the .. .
tW. Z. 1,.J. S SP.ECTORS. -result of an unprecedented accident mo a nvat ed i pies u- ntil. the ilan of the house. w i.. a, wa e.,
S F St coa Inspen s on the Union Pac railroad et Lone lbe i he she ex e z t otey inde- als a-
S TE L A-T FLOK OF ...s K Tree creek, thirty aile tt CeP _la.ed. pedent Lai by Itaif., and therefore! |Mle '3. .-_.
;,gmg Ip to rve at the Special Election to be held enne, last night, six laborer, are When the reporter called upon Mrs. the title to a seat secured by attend-
S ---t I-- -,. dr No _f- -bSr.s,,o. known to be dead and several others Ca'hoan at the county jail shoitly ance at prayer lapses at the termina-atro _a r c.
A. ,g a- R OOS oi- Sgl' rsi mmo aesru probably met death, while twenty-Ave water sae had reached there in charge tio of the sitting. On the table in a ^ r m w ar mey.
Smm dafmtoerother hard sorface or thirty others were injured, aMny of the deputy sheriff and requested litt b s a supply of small white T COMA
S .-.- . N1.- F. Parsons. Archie ..y seriously. a statement, sha said, cards with the words -At prayers" nto -
LET ANT R OF A MI t. a. a aspects Vir e ked p thea Mo lhe nothtnaa h be sa
anOf-&$.of. ar bongie no pwrkee ten, toreitMAwayOonlyStAatSUa Pisoninof the cAt-d gisletanda..eat.. Obta
tkdw-P beusdi t I -W. J. Shive0s. WTO from its coupling Uad cried It over I don't are to n st atement. s oneo o t, h r.,
Sl a.-eH o. I Purellc C. It pped thrt feet wit i forty act e the of oaber sora it Iato re atd a 1 0al5.
Apla. The'S JAtl* aSr M .mWwetlcte Intsr- occupants, nearly all of whom were On her way to the ctanty jail Mrs. ceptacle In the bech at the back of *1||
S t Oed- Ate N section laborer, end the men wet Cathoun told the deputy hedrif that the et ta eecem the place ed ta
t eMast sett e S 1i^a^, ; w. piled amtof the wreckage when it she would getcBa of tethe ae, h the night a al corners. He tid I 1
L-s .K AN 't41. . er. husband had tried to commit suicide. aay my ln ve the hs e an ni 120h000
o m taCom mis sionersn. r Storm Chona. tinuef to Rage. several ameLo be"orel t.a..natin. that elo weer 11 e-IIcheenne........ duIA .
-T .F O,1eek. T. 3. C*eyinCe,, Wyo., Ocwt. 0t-Onue of is ,death was due to il own hand. The pace may e ced by another n e, d
Tyea maI trse tsators; 0s. the worst storms in years Is mow .l Wnhen the house Ms. "Ale member o the meeatie, but whent U d e a Iote Sol0,
t o e. labn". ofNo r.11. t o in over the LaramId e plains between len. mother Caolurn, broke v, the master of the seat the gen- .toe._ 0.00
y, Aegat ee s smeCnty hal-- nl I--J.. as t his section aum Rewlins. The storm down and wept Mtterly. Mrs. Cal- tieman whose a .tograph Is written toe4, 10 pa
krW Tt Qi C w amr g -, ( constA.ctn accompanied by enow and a most bonw's little son was ot home at the ea t re intche rg st o a, a Fe Ote D 4elias pounds;1
o rnPreseinet Ne.tt-cAI terriic wind. All trains due at Chey. time. The U ow was attending taurs to the chamber the t o This and a Fwr Other De.- J-em.o o
i y. os wealth acCau, sector en are six he rs lte r it i school. He wHreetyer this afternoon a b ttoo gposuml macies Crreds, p tu,
Nyab29. iiF.Pro&AC. red tt sev trainsarblo- to la that ther ha beent at tplaeS Carared by Bat- -
A2 MbByg >M S wras, J- W.i. wa Ins pectrs; N. Aded between r Laramle pc d Raw-i'" rested for rder. him t e said,
s -S -.- -.eckC M. nable to proceed owin to the lte TI LI'lAN 1 oILEfNT. h He Tae d the Prines, tieship FMCCt. p ^Os
a, em ri ver, about M wares. sector ty of the wind and, the rIfti snow. William the Conqueror when he was _____ saerkraut, 30
W iAe s ath i am. mH-ved Precact No. 11.-. ateel. M s; aval Stores Indust Ned Yr -t ely te Dke of Normandy had fallen 500 pounds
Mr^b aStfti hn T ? a rte 2 Aser^ton. Inpectors; J. taval e Sat to oaean with the Princes Mathilde of The question of feeding so many pounds; tgar,
e Se2t" p_" M.ssSrecit rio.1-A. L. Macen D. A. B4T.eig I estimated aVewaa tfo- .landers. She was proud and haughty men for Yo long a cruise was a vital 20,000 pounds;

ae "1 .. a0T-- e live in r W. 1 4Ms. ; oe.-W. c. pan A R. t, recupe.ro seator saiy he were anxious .o win her hand. war, for i. nstance, we could do as we 110,000 pouds
l abut 10-- day'_s: ago Iui11_a .too lhe to rid s Ts w nroumtake the political l a- Nor a n studed her character did Inthe abe i s vil Warve .ro nid Th
-i.,e,, b.t.e ht to MUr e. .tea r eLa DN. A. Waterman. N w. a & s ther eginnin g to sel tridad he en.d o a fnUy and when he had mapped salt bacon, but the navy had come to the supply sh
trtemat. He wsrete teday a o. s.Reed. IC.pectors, JT. L great iless ci e s are FELT OIfBMOARGE seat his plan of ceapsaign rode into the look on fresh bread every day tad were luxuries
rthas1 P B Ct wt ~; son, T a. taken along srentic ses to whe- n---hwn e w day when she, at the head of tresh meat at least four days in A
OM Srt atoS; serve it and a re o Sertiwg al.l the s *To Pnf a, party, was gon from church. He week as a necessity. We had found A
Heaven a wli ea4 .ale it-u. ILree ge nCaerdt he general Atflarata 3t--19 iering pun sprnng fro. his horse by her side, that it was cheaper to feed the me.n may all be vea
Sa IT. He t a Er. ban ent tieco hat taken 25 ~hea j hero well and keep them i good health trusts ae con
reA the other day th he at s to i ter to nonthan to feed them on ta laael t feed. coms to ch
1WMr. ThoTppsem Precinybt o17.-Dave Jh K. L. "aA tr th oif h. @-. a ed led her vig orously a n the
see:-k..T. i.tCheyennerWyo., t.t.-- .........ia e dea s I 9-lto I" own nd! so -- ythsaidar sut.


--slo----r; .. . --- B -l .teLt o rt soe Whn fe ter h t r ra g e olef.el lt6 in he serb oate'pdth --e- "yteck
^ TV, s^ ^ W !.m-, w in T A CAGs Owea s-t* up . J ^ .eT.- B ad
.. ,_ ..a., Trr 1aeih.-.B. . merC,. H. -p l steh a detainseled reenNDa for bro ke 1 wn atr r ,,e l y er talstU.t w. t
adh111 emm1at C. doinu. Inspector; o about Januarey 1." Ad AE Ck however, she said to her father them o bedra ll adtimesly to fighte tie.s b .




k *m o&. .ththacio a tdRw isi .....seoadwnaowp... e:q tIgM04f ha ecmentleWho sessary .p Soldrie
Mr. Ll on t isee wi l gBpP trImPeT sas armcnteeO O. t- Na snwow an &tr sw othetcad to wthat IWO mwerf wdrds goodr De -I md Dh ier d
etrl eTC rory J r. r. terroif Al tptra in su tWhe tme. Thg a r dei t f w t at ahado ander int de, an n of stosor a habt e w
sit" laminra Sxhturala teadIis WN. 3. ePco. inspectors; HJ. Btre be hehas d cteral aosed tHem ne toher par pat. that mane? should be her husband. connnents Rear' A dmi R bo y It la
atA=M~ESgf&u^ne Ua..-!J. H B rttert Msteom. gr anl ari plad ohe uaic Evans in his series of remark ble
.t Bp Hr es atveso a nt- C ex that aal forC teD am rlotoern at we =otheIrhasbee nfoalP

a i' bu ttopa y P ont, and M.3 n A.b 1 THE Eoofr oce Pts now e p ..t ..a.L. Sh- h mekti tied t on tH the nppaPal articles in Hampton's ra a m s
06OWohngp tors; ofthewindandthe W HCA AGO CONTRACT SIGNsiw UP, The .ette at SLa son, the department .ulized th
tet NoT urw.-Ternn Hale. To Har- The Mexicawn steamship Senora, 1he naval supply ships, Glaci, and Celg. of ben ae
______________________Aert_._ Inspectors; T. N. which arrived In port Suaday evenngNewalk a"oPress-sonly t ormanyhdallen
_____ _O_ to_ w___ iea_ PsWILE CUrEDy.d s d Senl walte aAoun o lcum j&ets.i cusoaer tho aee anc b eaptse a ship ed at the New York yard.,o their rf n
Sofwiti efoll ptoFs; NAA A fOom VNeA ios rcnecantly wa edby t yoe rday etu rr se ws launched, so meee ab S frigerating p, rolantrou were thorough re B
owgoNo. I-W. aort J. w. cargo Is the first of Its kind to be ex in am. Poy Da shows thatit nd erfecr ondition. Threrooen edoe very rs
es, spectorsaB. F. portedfro Ptos-oin NO.c the LeReagan. A.'RDInr hows thaeator saidereeercondiouon.oTwin they herhhand. The
Ou.p A. u.tis6 Inspectors; Hns ors;C frmolina tsinetheGsee ous ktnds a they could aoldd It ay -she had ult
A e3F. wDeneHagbred Peatnron. D. TWaReed.n Inspectors; J.L. Baimermingh g doistte the Human naturet Ikind ad hich some 11gbn pso ag went e be eof theresttore the ftonotes wder
SCI 4IgreateIndustrynu Another taaships consigmed but wheit msAGo thi 00a0fme Plounds; oatmae poundestoth
W. II. Sgs ber Ing roud. a bale = O1-CProT. akena olong contfic Uses aton ar. lwaywo=s o e, otowh Flour, e10.0 pounds; coreao, 1,f:
t=I14141northofaptDout oter.Aae pounds; barley, 5,000 pounds; coa
ste.a bdi ngneaPerchaseofbglthe e816frr .na partyhs goingfro nds mpioca,; turkey t v
m. B Ihi-pabur innv gsa theselves, tPh Ltt
sIrg o zaytha atbe had dieNew Patrofrom hisgi before to* g*1gesnsea' he heW aming Spad baptizinga shia berore forinhristmas dinner.2 ,oobaPoundut that they mayeox
Mrf." tudlm e pueot up the ta Sas. fresh.abeefh0 -850,.000tsmutton. 'Wileder pr t.nSti
at. i R toen. o tout, evlat m e to t O the me thund;vel,10 p
of DP aN has bees S da' PI.-W.RB.Ik8TO 4 AY..iW 0 21 a.t we7
4at as _he__ w wWhom Q OOIT Tto. Seasrave Company willoluemb chiltu g of 0 Blilew11e.a.*the 5 tat UeM(efetshehacrst-g

ILe"'sle-e wet l e verY = tr eOspeet iacpiare election ed. 190 e, wa bought for P00. seaa sums stars eaestur i
r* J (LDavopw. inpecors T.jL jai. c~t~aryto nme nd aptm T


Wta s of let month tether with a lat or Protrdiag Piles In 6 to 14 aged father ad Infant brothers, whose eege Derau Shaw. iwsu" sd a heal
tea. wy of farmers tao son mos as g -s or mosey refunded. 50c. ele. support he i. i Oe,- "a g are told am I ws.
Sth maw aMR. AND MRS. T.T C.* man a he s ll,.i ,- "gU'. U with a yar about hIk '.. *W's
CONVICTS WONG- WATSON RETURN at: I a I *e e ow s '.
ON THE OLIVE ROAD After an a.bses. of over twdo -evidently sX .t-ANd R Jack s.on -r Bt | a ,! eam.e | wa
inhs Mr. a" Mrs. Thos. C. Wat- .af a eshsep, and. I dhad I* was or
A number of county cvictise *n r Seturbdato the city last night. s ti & S I AacR h --s- o |
twork em thard at Olive. at_ w ille walygreeted by taetr Th __ 04801% pe, strawberry
They are being used tob uild the r o y rie e en Fnellaire (formerly 88. "Tt .... j chocolaf el' m btd .,,m ,
from Oive for a distance of about Mr. Watons was grand represent aire for y t
a &ae ad ada'f north of that tiUe to the sovereign lodge of Odd Wel. wet w a M Tdo Or uarante that *"lThe ol y's 4wes. g 'gm au s
male. This portion fat the esonty Illows which metat Denver, and Knutt-You was kind 'aouah wuast, l Se. mt m He t.
bardoad leading to lomsatosm hs alter theMol Rmentt of e season mister, to give me a dell ank.' a Sreverya hast "'Aat eati? e asked
seat eties In the west. They return- fur 'em agaln.--ChicagTrxibunme. e-VOr Uand A 5
DAMON LODGE m' b y way of a teamer from" w e w i e.

LI LL-. i- Y.TE R Y F DR ..t.. n e t 0 4w io G u n s b I b bn f a c e i n h is ha n o rMf ias"
YRbSTEROA.'S FIRW yMaocstrate-Tatlnefto m"oLIObN bEE* itan Ctol ayor
Lodg wrNIL i. 13,Rp. "of'hr.A"burala trunk Inythe second t"Oft theVrlla* Of thet M. htsay dr
a largely attended pd very ethUs- story of the being at the southeast will be expelled tro the om. Pris dt to t
ot s sos ed a lars to be sent in Vfr mii Niw qual Ir g. -avs ew girl I Accpq-uie uor
21* S5Slvo7 o as ma r-S d scale oa nab 14 at 3 p. m. yesterday. The a pouid at your cer.e. Msir....
NOW Y. PIr. ag*tsSOaeW beingCAS ofthe are In unknown. T ie The Kind He ,atdt ee. distuvery quhdst
=a&e-tov 4 .ebeamnr" -aal lB*ai Iseeu as ae school house Uottle Edwin-Mamma, whet is te e e v u10 evedshasry uite Me vf E


ON --4..--..-- -- -- San.gth l -e.. n.... .. .

we as_- -V--i--- s at ----NojoydIf we be worth.-Newa. Jia to @ w'o d'you expec-rt I
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pounds; Bologna sau-
ounds: fresh s age,
;head cheeim, 30,50
-d ha, 120,000 p s
0,000 pounds; smked
pounds; tinned ham.
eggs, fresh, 10,000
ried, equivalent of 9,000
140,000 pounds; fresh
0 pounds; tinned tome
pounds; tinned peaches,
butter, 15,000 pounds:
Pounds; jells, 6,00
6.000 pounds; ralsts,
coffee, 0.000jommnds
mds; cudenmed i.
;eveporated Imilk, 14,
pickles, 7.000 voumm1,
000 pounds: catsup. 2.*
baking powder, 1,4W
150,000 pounds; cheese
lard, 40,000 pounds;
nds; saltwater seWp.
Splug tobacco. 16i00
list Is suede from a
0rticdes put on boald
ips. In addition there
of all sorts.
MAKING UP
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ersed, but aet whs it
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and is as certain as

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-rmn -ENSACOLA- JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1908.


A. IL Meqora 6'et Tallahas,
1 "aSkmet d-, at the scambia yes-

Mr. and Mrs, F C. aton of Camp
Wal e the ~arrivals In
the d1y yesterday.
<* 0
_* P. P. t. l ofi Dallask TOL,
-at it, M. 0.D.
Si s BBt Romaaastreet.
0 *.0 ,' . .
L 'P. Bes, of VaMldosta. was among
* the business Visitors Ina NaSacola
7* ye ay to register at th Mar-
*'* a*
CA. O'Neal of ArAdl*w,&. and
Joh1W. r at, of Mdntgomery, were
Sthe business vsitors in Pean-

.im J-spet Readall has- s-
Speritt to J. W. Bullard to
S eea inetory frame dwelling at
bd OF.e f O den treetlaad U8th

l Ts;'maay frias of Pattilo Camp-
S11., w "e ab-b"een quite ill at hki
m I rth GuIlles arde street,
wiU bb MpfcaaIdgl 'thbShe 4ai
ow aeek bett~r.
*
SCapt. I Bicker of hose company
20. 3 sgaw an a viset to relativeS
is adjoitaig staas. Fireman W. H.
Coaersi Jr. htas takes hisa planee as
eqagimi of the 'eMpeny*
S rtes Hnes. charget with violat-
Us the new stock ordinance was
d $1 a1 and cotsa the recorder's
no y.e rday .ierm, IL Kely,
for tCle same -B* waa Saed 0
-' * * *
St ease were docketed for trial
Sis reodBer's court yesterday
xww. t. 8vea df .edants were
ty Rqad one was discargw.
a nte. tU -e aont of $4 were as-
S *
A be hitated to a buggy sad
< r by a- o man became uu-
gir -i1 t i Wrot.of the custom
Saa afternoon and In at-
".apUg> to tree teel tfrom the ba-
Rwa thrwms to the pavement.
L anlmai araw sed f w tbs pavs



SO the evr
tS -.adod to Tfdeges to and the &M.
a ... ...1 degrees. -




S g. i. t* Taylsor eturn-ed Ma
ay g a S Ight s aisit io rela
Uvem d I nSlr n vw& Wtg Tal
ladoga AaniuSe and oteer Alabamae
I t Taylor was much m
i witt th(e .,thm w he found
a ijwhre srw Bryan and Kern, TWO
th l d4aier pall does not work as a
""' arty asgan in this. -" g
* *
The nfrleds of Mr. and Mrs. John
S I. Alexander of Tenth avenue and
Bgjqeati strs, will sympathize
wi th them n the loss of their tnfant
sO,. Otto. The little one expired
ast uat after a short iiness. The
t"eral.s aerv waes ill -be conducted
this memraig at 10 o'clock at the fam-
ly home ad the Interment will be in
it. John's cemetery.
Writing from Aneoq, Canal zone
where he ha been for the past three
S year the employ of t0e Panama
Railoyad ay t Larcom, for
merly of this city, states that Mrs
SLaroom ba er three children and he
S later, who left Pensacola some time
ice to oin him, have arrived safe
ly, after a pleasant voyage on t^i
ateNaship Cartago.
S31I41IST ON BLUE RIBSON.
D-in't cat- for vanllla-doe't' bea d1
ai whth xtracts of tunnown qual
Sitihet call for. demand and Insist o
bavg Blue Ribbon.
MlNOD $10 AND COSTr
hat 'tftimaa,
.B-.a op* Dy. aKoordler Juso



R 1-1 ry 1ef1 secure wh yo
H n t the medicine you are abo
to ia apsaiqntye pe at t
Bso bairtedtt o abit pmdeha
BSuh A -tslae DrI KL xme


steacgth aad egellence is maintain<
ta gigst y hist1e of Swamp-Root.
g pUSot is scIentincally com
Kan..d frog vegetable herbs.
It is not a stigula'ast aad is tak<
ll e isaspoonful doses.
It 45 anot ya.cellamdanrt for evet
atu3re's great helper ia
lgg sad cSwing knecy. liver a
A *orsn *IaBent of purity to wi
F evay bete of Dr. Killer's SW


I"aI. .
eag PtS I8TLE FREE BY MAI
M4 I tR. Sul .r & _Co.. D
i. N- Y., r a a naploah-
-g by 1II-4t wllo ees'lIce a
m. you wit1 also reeive a book
at valwle lnintosae, telling
abothbe hdeys When wting
a*-* Tbe mauaw


F Worse Every. Year

Pleaty of Pensacola Readers Have

Deot neglect an aching back-
-twiiM eot worse every year.
B ackace is really kidney "*.he.
STo core the back you must .ee
th.e kidneys.
S ose r t ay I you dnt, other kidney ills fol-
low-
By Florda Supreme Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright
disease.
Cort A Penmacola citizen tells you iow
the cure is ea-sy.
Mrs. K Forum, 527 W. Garden St.,
SPensacoa, FIla says: -It would be
lB the Supreame Court of Florida, difficult to describe all the misery I
| eBac. June Term, A. D. 1908. H. suffered from kidney complaint. I
SW. Mlcaft Oo elyr, La corporation o-. believe I bad all the symptoms that
[ gdeod, created and alating under accompany this disease and as my
SMid by virtue atthe .aws of the state condition was growing worse all the
at Porda, a ppellant, vs. The County time. I became worried. My back
et4Xvorage, i InI State of florida. IH. ached almost constantly. I was weani
ILH Diel H. Chapel, J. H. Lee and had difficulty in breathing. The
H. K. I uler ad L. W. Felden, as kidney secretions were also irregular
County CcOMtsIloters tC the County in action and bothered me a great
of.Orange, qloda, appellees. Orange deal. When a friend recommended
county. Doan's Kidney Pills to une. I pro-
1L WhttleM, J. Article XIX ot the cured a box at the Crystal Pharmacy
emMttM Uo i4 -that loal op. and began their use. 'Thev acted just
s .l.a.... .A --e-d d to as represented, relief soon followed
the Man&a&re b by law for hold- and now I have no leconvenience
,. N.a I a laws..- rNeat. from kidney trouble whatever."
6W ou eco s3o -uld o-form For sale by all dealers. Price 50
-to the nstituton cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
2 The b t e .a local option ^ew York, sole agents for the United
elections should conform as near as. Remember the name-Doan's--and
amicable to the form ed in gen- take no other.
eOr eleetionsL
3. Proeedlag to test the legality
and regularity of local option elee .women and her husband, under the
tions are undet the statute by bill In provisions of Section 2 of Article H of
equity filed for that purpose. t ,.......-..
4. Allegations that the county the Constitution of Florida of 1885,
commissioners wrongfully rejected to enforce his claim against the sep
and refused to count the vote a legal- rate property of such married woman
ly pol a gven precinct d for his commissions In procuring a
be supported- by allegations of facts purchaser for such property, it is not
to show a wrongful act causing the suMlcient simply to allege that such
opposite results. married woman made an agreement
5. Allegatiois that certain named in writing authorizing such broker to
persons were duly registered voters, sell such property for certain fixed
.W'.fwire "t Hot alnoWed to vote price, but the bill must further allege
because they had not paid their poll that such agreement was made for the
taxes when none was due by them, benefit of her separate property. Where
are not selufic t to show illegal action no such allgation is contained' In the
In the abece of a allegation that bill and it cannot be reasonably In
he certicate required by the statute erred from the allegations contained
was produced e the -reacti faspect- there and from such agreement In
sre showing the persons were legally writing, which Iz attached thereto
et required to pay a on tax anA made a part thereof, that a sate
4. The ertee of a demurrer is to t such pwerty for such price 'wouid
admlt the truth of all the facts that be for the benefit of such married wo-
suSelently appear by the bill of comr. man's separate estate, and it is fuar-
pltant, and to assert that -in the par-.ther alleged therein that she end her
tieulars stated in the demurrer, the husband refused and failed to per-
bill is insu cient to show a cause of form such written agreement, such
action. Wile all facts necessary to bill Is demorrable, as sudh alleges
be proven sho uldbe alleged it is s~t.r- tions are not uicient to sustai, a
Sent i the- ultimate facts be stated decree to chare and sell the sepa-
without dtais or the ieatancesate property of a married woman for
that are comprised within or that go the payment of such claim.
W provethe ultimate facts. Decree reversed.
7. Allegations of ere conclusions Maxwell & Reeves. for appellants;
of law are not traversable, need not Blount Blount & Carter, for appel-
be alleged, and If alleged may be lees.
treated as surplusage. and they are not In the Supreme Court of Florida.
admitted by a demurrer, for the law Division A. June Term, A. D. 19S.
is to be ascertained by the court But The State of Florida, ex reL William
n fa su tyallegedand the H. l Attorney General, laintit
eituiessMe aesasa y titf ro In e ror, vs. usrtay Gerbing, defend-
facts stated, are admitted by the d- n error vs. Gusta rbin, end-
arer. Whiteaeld, .L The uAvigabe '
6. !cul & oIS nU at blwa ter In the state- and the aUnds ua.
o .eiMplaiat sho e cotrued w ith dr sc water inaludig ti. 4".4
sie1 h p._M . St of theorewZA___
*Inthe state
latlUws In^n their Wted or sovereign capacity.
t Allegations eVtWSucin Sm h laads are not: held for puroses
pesos were allowed t9 vo te oof sle or conversion into other values
thTey were not qualified voters., and or for reduction into several or mtdi
be not paid theI lyoll taess, thoh vgIdnal ownership, but for the se of
a poll tax wa dub ft A th s a on- all the people of the state for pur
Sitio recedent to the right to vote, os ft avigation. commerce, .is
-wen taken oOSnneiotl with other lug and other useful purposes afford
aeleations to which they relate, med by the waters thereon.
aucenat as against & demtrrer that 2 The title to lands. under navi-
Sfset have not been set ep to show gable waters in the state including the
-,e persons were mo entitled to vote. shore or space between high and low
Decree reversed o water marks is held by the state In
J. Hartidge ad J. H. Jones, for trust for the use of its Inhabitants,
appellant;* J. D. Be and L. G. Star- such title being essential to the sov-
back, for appellees. -erelgty of the state, to the proper
In the Supreme Court. orf, exercise of the police power and to
Division j a e Term, A. D. 190. the welfare of the people of the state.
-The County of 1de Vrida, George 3. The state may in the Interest
B. Baker, C. W. McPhereon, R. I of the public welfare, make limited die-
Wal. A. Lee Allen e ad A. T. Carter, position of portions of the lands un
aS County CommIstoners of Dade *er navigable waters within its bod-
County, Florida, aid T. J. Hardee, as era. or may permit the use thereof,
Tax Oollector of de Coun ty. For when thE rights of the whole people
i d, plaintiffs In error, vs M. C. Har' of the state as to navigation and
dee, defendant In erro'. other uses of the waters are not .m-
Parkhll, J. The remedy aRorded terially impaired.
by the provisids of section 20W of 4. The state cannot abdicate gem-
Sthe general statutes Ot 19iWO h a nar- eral control over the lands unade
to cases where Iaynmet sliali be since such abduction would be incen
fused upon alisgatit of illegalitY sitent with the implied legal duty @1
r of *e assessment. The remedy sm the state to preserve and contred
mary, and does set reSob defects in such lands and the waters thereon and
the levy of the tax. the use of them for the public good.
e Jug et 5. The rights of the eople of he .
Seymour & Atkinson, for plaintifs tte I. the navigable waters and th
a 1H.o or spaces between ordinary _high a
t*"M -. vt of Farle .Division low water marks, are designed for the
l- Jun Ter. ,A. D. 1... .lorida public welfare, and the state may
SEast Coast Teaiway Company. apprl regulate such rights and the uses o
lnt, va. 1Henrietta W. Albert the waters and the lands thereunde
A. Taylor, B B he dIel' K_ -d for the benefit of the whole people e
mend, subject of course to .the pow


) Taylor, Chaneery practiee-- er of congress in the premis...
mandatory ,musetiom-granted, ex- 6. 'Fr the purpose of aiding nav
-cpt I'n rret -*MSe, only aer final gation or commerce, or f eDcoura
hesIn. lag new industries anda the develoP
S.-~scept In We cases, were the meant of natural or artificial resource
right is leir- I free erm es1o n- In the Interest of all the people, th
Sable doubt, a ma I atory lauctUon. state may grant reasonable and imil
Sqaumanding, the defendant to do ed rights and privileges to Individual
o e.m0ialitlve act, will not be ordered In the case of lands under navigabl
* nati after fnal bearing, sa then -waters in the sate, but such privt
r' oly to ezec**the JudgMeat or de- leges should not umeasonbly ImPai
tree of the it.the rights of the whole people of te
4i Order reversed. state in the use of the waters or tIh
Geo. M. obbtns, for appel~aat%; lands thereunder for the purposes i
y. Cooper & Cooper, for appellees' piled by law, nor relieve the state
ed In the Supreme Court of Florida the control and regulatLon of th
Division A. June Term. A. D. 1908. uses afforded by the lands and th
n Emma King and Houston King, her waters thereon.
husband, appellanUts. vs. J. J. Hooto0 7. The statute providing for limi
en and James C. Wats9. co-partners as ed privileges to individuals to pla
Hooton & Watson. appellees. oysters in the public waters of t
rTy- Shackliford.. C. J. 1. In order to state does not authorize the conve
re- warrant a court t of equity In enfor- ing of title to the land and. the
ml lug a olaim against a :married wo- ute expressly enacts that the prim
man's separate property and subject- leges acquired under the actshall
ith lag the same to sale, under the pro- obstruct or interfere with navigaic
visions of Section 2 of Article II eo and that all existing natural or mate
the Constitution of Filori4a of 1885. the nal oyster beds shall remain for tJ
bill mVt dist1itly ad -clea0krly allege tree use of the citizens of this stA
Ig that such married woan had made 8. The puotraction of lines of I
an agreement f writing for the bene- vey over the bed of a navigable r
i- t of her separate property. though and the issue OT patents therefore
let It is not requiredd that her husband not change the character of the tti
&li dould unite or jona in such agree by which the lands under the riv
be mont. are held by the state.
OA 2. 'here a bill is filed in equity by 9. The state may fix the exter
a real estate broker aglnst a married iw4 .f s unvie.wabja js.;- if the riI
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CAPT. JAOB KRYOER DIED


AFTER LINGERING ILLNESS


Passed Away Yesterday Af-

ternoon at His Home on


West Hill


HAD BEEN A RESIDENT OF PEN-
SACOLA FOR OVER THIRTY
YEARS, AND WAS KNOWN FOR
HIS MANY ACTS OF CHARITY-
FUNERAL SERVICES THIS AF-
TERNOON.

Capt. Jacob Kryger. for over tAir-
ty years a resident of Pensacola, liked
by all. with whom he was acquainted,
and known for his many acts of
charity, the majority of w:aich the
public is unaware, passed away at
his home on West Hill yesterday af-
ternoon shortly before 4 o'clock,
death coming as a relief after many
weeks of suffering from a complica-
tion of diseases. The announcement
of his death will cause regret, not
only in Pensacola. but at every place
where le is known. He was a type
of citizen of which any city might
feel proud.
While Captain Kryger had been in
failing health for a number of
months it was not' Until about six
weeks since that ie ame Ill. This
was caused by a fish bone. lodging in
his throat, and for 'several days he
suffered much, but the bone was
finally dislodged, aad he was recut
operating when he suffered a very
severe attack of rheumatism. This
was complicated with other diseases,
and after undergoing treatment aere
for a week or more'be decided to go
to a health resort, which he did. This
did not prove beneficial, and he re-
turned home ten days ago In a se-
rious condition. It being necessary to
remove him to ils home in an am-
bulance.
Since that date. he has been grow-
ing constantly worse, the end com.
ing yesterday afterm dt.
Captain Kryger woW was 63 years
of age, was a nattve.of Germany and
came to this section a bout 36 years
ago, locating eis family at Milton,


of the people to the use of the waters
and the shore s o the river are not
thereby substantially impaired; ad
submerged lands not within the ex
terror lines of the river may be dis-
posed of by legislative' authority if
such disposition does not impair the
rights of the whole people to the use
theo f for any puarose expressed or
Implied -by law.
10. The act of eaGress granting
swamp and overowed leads to the
state for purpomee ofanag and re-
clamaton does not oerer or include
.tide lands or lands uader navigable
waters Incloding the es or spaces
between ordinary dgaapd low water


low water maos, sad & ~ esa ci tMa
river Includes the shores, Tide. land
is that which Is dafly covered and un-
covered by water by the ordinary ebb
and flow of normal tides.
12. Swamp lands, a, distinguished
from overflowed lands, are such as re-
quir-e rainge to dispose of needless
watef or sotstare on or In the lands.
in order to make them At for success-
ful sad -usful cultivation.
13. .OverSowed lands are those that
are covered by non-navigable waters
or are sublet to such periodical or
frequent overflows of water salt or
fresh (not Including lands between
ordinary hig* and low water marks of
navigable waters), as to require drain-
age -r levees or embankments to keep)
out he waters. and thereby render
the hands suitable for successful cul-
tiva3on.
1. Lands n this state belonging
to Ihe Unite States that were not
cov red by nvigable waters at ordl-
narj high watr mark and that required
dra age or veling to render them
suit l e for toe ordinary purposes of
hug fandry atthe datA of the act of
co ikress grtlng swamp and over-
flo*ed landsto the state, were in-
cluoed in tb act. and title therto
passed to th state under the provis-
jios of the :t.
15. The lmrstees of the Internal
improvemenFund are not authorized
* te convey thtitle to lands under nav-
e gable water below ordinary high
water mark.
Judgment versed.
e Fleming &'leming. for plaintiff in
y error; H. J&f H. J. Baker, for de-
f fendant in epr.
i' MYSTEPUS WOMAN GONE.
*yseoclated PrM,.
Chicago, C 20.-A dispatch to the
- Tribune frof.ot Springs. Ark., says:
4t was autiitatively stated last
, night that Onel William F. Tucker
,a is mprovingit is doubtful, however,
e whether he 1 recover. G. H. Fry
t. and the myrious woman who ac-
s companied t, latter and Colonel
e Tucker hereave disappeared from
i- the Arlingtodotel.
Ir
ie Too Latear Classification.
Ii-
of LOST-A list names of the Lyceum
Course to b-ld this winter. Return
hk t, Mr. Sewell me Manhattan hotel.
he 21o-tlt


and operating a freight schooner be-
tween New Orleans and Pensacola.
He discontinued this business within
about four years, au established
a hotel at the corner of Government
and Tarra,ona streets, which he
operated for several years. when he
purchased the Merchant'.. Hotel. He
continued to operate this hotel until
a year ago, when he sold out and
retired from active business life. Dur-
ing almost his entire residence he
acted as Lloyd surveryor, and was
with that company at the time of his
death. *
He is survived by a wife. and
some relatives in New Orleans.
The funeral services will be conduct-
ed at the family home, No. 319 West
Belmont street, this afternoon at
3:30 o'clock by Rev. Mr. Warner.
The interment will be at St. John's
cemetery, the services at the grave
being conducted by the Odd Fellows,
of which order he was a member. The
honorary pall bearers will be A. V.
Clubbs, Thos. C. Watson, A. D. Fer-
guson, I Friedman, H. Horsier, J Geo.
White, J. Z Cravey, and W A. Blount.

FUNERAL NOTICE.
All members of JopDa Lodge No. 6.
I. 0. 0.F. are earnestly requested to
meet at Ratord Hall this afternoon at
2:30 sharp for the funeral of Brother
Jacob Kryger. Members of Pensacola
Lodge No. 4. Excelsior Encampment
No. 4., Naomi Rebecca Lodge No.
10, and all visiting brethren and sis-
ters are also invited to meet at the
hall and attend the funeral in a body.
JNO. B. MAY, JR.
Noble Grand.
Attention. Chevaliers.
You are hereby requested to report
at I. 0. 0. F. hall at 2 o'clock t'is
(Wednesday) afternoon. in full unt-
form for the purpose of participating
in the funeral services of our late
brother and chevalier and in this fail
not.
A. KBRLE, Clerk.
Attention, Elks.
Members of Penaaeola lodge No.
497, B. P. 0. E. are requested to meet,.
at hall Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock for the purpose of attending
the funeral of our late brother, Jaeot
Kryger. By order of A. G. FELL,
Secretary,


WILL ORGANIZE
NEW BRASS SAIN4
..A meeting of all person formerly
members of bands in this city and
others desiring to become members
of such musical organizations will be
held at Armory hall tonight for the
purpose of organizing a new band.
Prof. Lombardo, who Is very active In
the effort to organize a new band,
will probably be selected as the di-
rector of the new organization.
SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION
ELECTS SAME OFFICERS


By Assoc ated Pre.
Buffalo, Oct. 20.-The Natonal


cers with the exception of Mrs. Mary
S. Speerry, of California, aecad audit-
or, who retires on account of pressure
of state work. Miss Eleanor Stewart.
of Illinois, was chosen to succeed her.
It was decided to hold the next con.
vention at Seattle, the date to be fix
ed by the executive comanitte.
ANOTHER ENGAGEMENT.
By Assocated Press.
Paris. Oct. 20.-Advices were re-
ceived here of another engagement
in Morocco. At Pit, near Mondgerie.
a French detachment was attacked
-six days ago by a band of Moors. The
enemy was driven back with heavy
loses,. 14 being killed. The Frencn
had four killed.

QUALITY COUNTS.


WHO MAKES

THE


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Every manufacturer claims to, they
also advertise, but the question is
who SELLS the best SHOES, that's
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if it's Bill Brown's make or Jim
Jones's product, is of no impOetance
to you but the man who SELLS you
direct is the fellow to place your
confidence in, MIYER SHOES that's
the kind we SELL because we can
endorse them, because they are made
to our selection of materials, anrv we
know what we are selling you, and if
they go wrong-why bring them back
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factory.
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AMUSEMENTS.


Gentry Brothers Today.
The games of childhood have been
appropriated by the Gentry Brothers
in training their animals. Among
these is the game of leap frog. With
the Gentry Brothers shows are a pon,,I
a dog, and a moakey, which can teach
the American youth a good many
things about the sport of leap frog. I
Of all the tricks taught the animals
with the Gentry Brothers shows there
was none that took longer than this:
game of leap frog. The dog was afraid
of the leaping pony, and the~gony
was afraid of the leaping dog. But
patience and kindness finally brought


Caeper and ReKl, appaidng at the
Orpheum this week in a comedy musi-
cal act in which is introduced somq
memic and comedy.

the animals not to fear each other,
and the unusual trick they now do is
the result.
It took the trainers with the Gentry
-16 1ne-ponies 1nto cmany--r-lL


or nne ponies into a company driUl.
This troupe of litUte horses executes
the company drill of the army, form-
ing all the two and fours, plas ons
and such, as are called in the manual
of arms.
Their leader is a milk white steed
named Carlisle. Carlisle tries to play
off sick when he is called Upon to do
his litlte act. The monkey-doctor with
the show is hastily snwmnnued He
prescribes a never-failing dome for the
sick pony. When the diminutive horse
fails to arise from his place nla the
ring the monkey-doctor pick up a
knife and suggests that the pony's leg
be cut off. That cures the sick one
in a hurry.
With the Gentry Brothers shows,
which will be in Pensacola Wednes
day. Oct 21, are ninety-six high school
ponies, nearly a score of educated
monkeys, and nearJy every other am-
mal to be found in the world of the
canvas shows.


The Orpheum Theatre.
The Orphe m continues to pack the
people to the door, which proves there
is a show at the popular place of
amusement that has 'merit. Te show
is one hig laugh and those who have
failed to see it have certainly .missed
-a treat.
Slightly Colder with Snow.
When you see that kind of a weather
forecast you know that rheumatism
weather is at hand. Get ready for
it new by getting a bottle of BaBard's
Snow Liniment. Finest tring made
for rheumatism, chillblalns, frost bite,
sore and stiff joints and muscles, all
achee and pains. 25c, 50c and $1.00
a bottle.
Sold and reOp"mnded by W. A.
D'AJemberte, d"g t and aphemary.
121 South Palafoz street, Pesa8ola,
Fla.
Death Yesterday .
of Mrs. M. E. Maryman
Mrs. M. E. Maryman. who recently
came to Pensacola for treatment, en-
tering St. Anthony's hospital, died
yesterday at that institution, death
being caused by a very severe attack
of gastritis.
The deceased had reached. the age
of 65 years, and had been a resident
of Cottage Hill for a number of years.
going to that place from Iowa, of
which state she was a native.


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WEDNESDAY, OCT 21

GENTRY BROTHERS

UNITED SHOWS


Larger, Better and
Grander Than Ever
Introduciln the World's eftes
Tup of Traimld Avlmal.
Mile. DeOese, Queen of the Air, ad
The Wayler Brestie MGiin's Prewmler
Gr-amm Acrobat

GENTRY BROTHERS
UNITED SHOWS

PENSACOLA.
Wednesday, Oetober 21.


Orphum Theatre
Overture by Orchestra.
MWse LouLse Denman-Soubrette
and Character Change Artist.
Cook, Boyd and Oaks-In a Big
Comedy Sketch.
Prof. J. A. Jones-la Illustrated
Melodies
Life Motion Picture, with effects.
Matineme every day, 4 p m. Admie-
slon, 10: to all.
Three night showa, 7:30, :30 and
9:30 p. m. LAdmissIon, 10 and 20.


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....IFinal Struggle Race to o


||"Be in New York, Ohio and Indiana -M- w
;_ M--- -- -- pain of maternity; this hour. readled as wman s
S.** Party Leaders Are to Ma I.... Bryan and Taft Forces Ex- onlymad sp nl, t i
SL COMPANY. Three BigStatesClosing, Dm,'sts Pin Faithm pect to Engage in a nausea and ther dit
ThrTe Close States is prepared for th6 coming
A L. w. **** **; BattlegrouFnd. -- Fierce Finish. event. It is worth its weight hJ f
Although the .Democrats will not _gol saw
i give UP" their eit to wiano osed it. gL" ,.."
nuibpr of the Mdle West stae.1
v ^ ------ L _ HOPE FOR WEST the leaders admt the COMMONER HOPES -. Ie. W.I
gm| ... .. .....e.-. pm. o wp e .... *- .... T O Nw York and Indiana. In oM b of ss V" 1 N6rUAoIf'CO.
S e --2 ....... -- ?.w." .... ..... 10 NOThaSO TRONG s c..e. TO WIN NEBRASKA Ao. ...
**- **______ *leaders, when not talking for pulM -_______
c* ** ** q* 1 *. *.1 .leation, admit all three of these m ,-
atates to "be* elose,' and the Bryan
E--" Democrats Figure Out Sev- declare success in th New Yor With Its Thirty- *
threeothm--ld na_ --hnr-Vote oIsftem would--anBrya' A tten t on_
a itea, im as *sa eral Combinationw by M tt eelse Wi of e Nine Votes, Is in Real- AT t o
_ -- -_---____-- -- --- -___- _- BryanBryan has a "chance" In Nebraska
1 -1. .... -- -'_ "---- -- .Which Bryan Could there little hope for him it Key to the -
SIowa, W.iwooin, Maesets. Kan-
S. w Win Presidency. e s te h wch th Situation. The Bryan-Kern Club of Escambia county
___ .........................__ ___ 9 ^ | -nent organization and the name of every democr
,.: .. . '_-. -.t .,. .... ..... .... ....- its m em bership list. It costs nothing to join bet ti
name on the roll will be a valuable asset of the c
1 BWs OffkCT 1500. IS By John Snure in Philadelphia Times Bryan and his supporters less eucour 4 that the primary object of the organization is to r
From this time forth until election three states, they can wia the ele- agement for support that will mean democratic vote in the coming election.
the great battleground of the cam-' tion with ease and they are going to electoral votes than the east. 4 If you will sign the membership coupon found
.. paign will be in three states-New put forward all their resources in the Consi.er the states of Illinois, Wis the same to the secretary your name will be place
A, L P -i AY MORNING. OCTOBER 21, 1908. York, Ohio and Indiana. On the outr effort to do so. The Republican man- consin, Minnesota, the Dakotas, Ne. ship list.
S. 'come in these states will largely de- agers realize the vital nature of the braska, Iowa, and Kansas. In these 4 Hundreds of names are being added to the
Spend the question whether Taft or contest in the three states named and states are 90 electoral votes. Bryan each day. Send in your name.
y I goverem mt secure me for the Bryan is elected. they are not less active than their cannot get Illinois nor Iowa, nor Min- 4
S'me I lo ed Jno. nith to i d Bil Of course the political struggle will opponents. neesta without a veritable upheaval. 4 Wm. C. Monroe. Secretary Bryan-KejU Club,
b. as that which I lei an Bill go ahead in Intense fashion in a score New York, Ohio and Indiana, be. Wisconsin has plenty of Republican Box 484. Pensacola. Fla.
-n I- l i ces s t It is Ie tat tathe banks of other states, and it is conceivable tween them, control 77 votes n the weak spots, but the Indications are Sir: I am for Bryan and Kern. Please enr
0 0.Th Jo al M w agiv s security fordeposits, then that the outcome of the election might electoral college. New York has Tart will carry the state. Taft' ber of the Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work an4 v
i a SwIIOl e BdII.r o the n r eto takemy be decided elsewhere. But as things Ohio 23 and In7dian 15. If Mr. Bryan chances are the better in the .Dakotas, Kern in the coming election.
.f-, --e si Is I Ithm o eto *tand today it is not probable. More gets the solid south, and adds Mary- Kansas Iclose but with tae Repub, .
to..kto I w that wiMl eomlel the banks and more shrewd politiiemas are set- land. Missouri, Oklahoma and Nevada means normally in control of the state Name ........ ............. .....
S. t. take depst ts d give the mse.rity? tling down to the belief that in the to his column e will e vote and Taft having some advantage. n Precint Numer.............
-i. a ata -gt a *. P-M-1I NI, b b ~ to e be .e last analysis the d~oice of a president of the 248 necessary to election for Nebraska, Bryan apparently has an Precinct Number... ............
1 I the c of the Sec .t, will be determined there, and the last president. That he will need 73 even chance of wresting the stateost ...............
y" "" gt mti~e~' a mtsd ? mhe s se qsc y._ -of the sas i weeks before the ballots are cast will votes additional to the 169. The 77 rom the Republicans. Post O
hs r ia tee the Bryan and Taft fores in de- votes pof New T rk Ohio and Indianat Must Fight in East.
U .1 r6iA- n Ime tmlg the w laples lSvelved perte aS strife for the electoral votes W 1Id pull him Q iN If this is an approximation to the ...... .....* 90 9
Popo si t io "uts. E g y ex. that New York, Ohio and Indian co- Maryland is C situation In the states o the middle
s a th p* ginth e itse It to trethat Marylaad cadot e"Ibe a heavy concentration of Demo -D C
ste.egore o" Mbuly, New York the Key. clased as a Bryan state, laeac an critic artillery on the states lying, eXi ANt D .
wit^'1.1 am; I ^ uIMAM A. WADUN. New York, with its 39 votes, is as it is lose a10 doubltahL But even If it s o ? ed uch a s NEWS AND VIEWS
O* Ar 41rCWn 8 at ba eviooStly not It is the key to the stUtem so tr cotd pobably make up the control of Indiana, Ohio, New York
t* ai T t e patm, t the Democrats are cocwe It the eiht ecral vtes t that d om of the smaller adjacent '
Is difficult to w bow Mr. Bryan- how Mr Saa Ste.O tOfL @ u 'lot0 O wlte itste& itsI exactly what In go ng F
ow ad' ll *mie 01h ^ be elected 'without the avte et tbat stsai w t iba If present plane are carried "J-*Ud is Leaing. U. P. 1
Allsanslif s* m sa *W t I"m f lsm: state. It Is true, Mr. Bryan himself Various combbiM cn be figured t. This does it'mean the Demo- "Jim Alexander, oDe1an' 5uy P. W.
^ 4 eak l, We plgS "fll th legis la believes he is going to ave a plralout that w Brya to l crat ae g to neglect the middle tht he s the led or the sp
0 the w the ntiaal ity of more than 39 votes n the elee- Indima and w* ihe eleetiom or lose west lately, the Democratic mawa ship of the Hose of Repreetative s -.
^^i llb $1Al A g a It matks l a h ,egeb to e- toral college. This belief is based on Olho and win -* eletm When it ers sert the ice from Wiscon. of the nat Florid le nature.
Weak a ~ Ae we 1 tim t"bt s a iae m r oI r the the idea that a landslide for the Dm homes to littlag New York from the sin have been getting more and more is a good worker.-Jacksonville Me. F
BD^^.^SApge --Dowt -meg ad t"he delsiters of- ocrats is going to be turned loose No* Bryn column, there Is MUch a cham DelocraUic, and it is known close at- tropo. ___ H. M
.* y lus-liest -2ibal dt wa ter an vember 3. But, putting aside the idea In the figures that t Is hbad to cale- tentiom is being given that state from
SfequitabV&le apN- lhMaial be avail of a landslide, New York must be Coa- late out a way toet aros it. The the Chicago Democratic headquarters. No criticism O nor it i.. of the STA.
"aft Jpi. bead Io able to al o te aMkia s tmttions sidered Indispeasable for the ftlfMll teen vete of i might be a Mr. Bryan la anxious to carry Nebras rte determitionof Gen. Gil- Govern -Alb
111 0 ...~ I ti te 461 1 i wttag to wse t. ment of the Bryan hopes. meet made up by the ten votes of Kan- ka, and has taken a swing around the christ to have his moer preside over *Seetary of
IS llm1 1 V"7 good. but In ammwer to his eco question, It so happens this year that New sea and the tee votes of Montana. state, peakin i a large umber o the gubernatorial mansion during his ford.
bo r sa at irea t la gdis I a U J ing seerity for mony loaded York, Ohio and Indi ana re le a d Ohio mht be-lost to Tat and counties. In Kansas, the Democratic term of office. Florida will ever Attorney e
Bft -^ .' s The. c i a_ to- Jo b ad Bil mo~~es.It is states. This is not disputed by poll its loss be mas- up in diverse ways state committee is flooding the state honor a son who honors his mother. el.
':- A m~S t. e a7 u su to. anao- ta B"eill ter, Je tticians ot neither side, save wt e they ThsY, the votes uf Nebraswa, Kanmsas with speakers. the Miami News-Record. Cohptrerr
H sttld tht a-taW ely sen s o b any Mthat ath atea talking for publieatifon. The Dem. and Montana 0tke a total of 21 One of the facts about the Wiscop- am ew e Tesur
Spit bI-mi.g a g mbio function in bhor ocrats regard their prospects for car- against Ohio's $. Wisconsi bhas 13 sin situation that is pleasing to the No Green Oranges. Superintende
re -ag money to buy a house or a trying the three states as ood. better. votes and if by-4my chance it woulk DeImocratic managers here is that While a few of the orange growers -Wm.
S' ti i that neither is hedged abont in fact, than those for winning some lurva out 0o te19,puhlca-TrakI, it senator LaFollette, it is reported, will of Volusia county are sending well. ComiNasiewr
,.I" the. astimiet plow ,ed aoov of the states farther west that have would. 5& 64 a1 to e Bryan not make speeches in the state, as it colored grapefruit to market, they Mceu.
"Ilt ', b3 the. g erw f l restlta been looked on at long rage me in- s th , Ws at a rt believed he would. He do not propose to injure the market Railroad o
St p o" f wiTch surondo a bank; that neither lined to go for the Peerless Leader. The truth p, 4 nearly as can be will speak outside of Wisconsin, ac by sending In green oranges. Th Dann.
1.. t i*pule tlol f he eonr I ---'*,*o ..a winM tin t i the Democrats can carry these learned, that tme Middle st oaters cording to present plans. will not be ready to ship for a month Justic f th
SW ma- U iorw planes; and that therefore Sinith ence to the right of an elector to car- 4. 0* 4 #1 4d 99 ng ares the Second's reign a .tuae.kA toe early varitles- Wm .A.
OpI the 2l mbell wAd Joess .U l paruilg their private ry into an eleelection booth a dummy W.N H." TRIMMl-R ON "Troyaa procuamationi uewas issued. In ei Juot ni o
S4rthevi g o ,busin es sI whkic thel pb is 1 ot 0 ticket, memorandum, or other gulde 9 I I thlaNKIN as stated that the coffee houses 'us ittory general of Forida ..
i L s s f t Mr. MeMerga ot*a tel N te 1801 ite te-f afor marking his ticket in the general were disecte person who devised sets up a a defense against paying Rpr tie
e p gae e iin ic s eo iaemnteu i d.spread abroad divers false, M-t p
W ave te opao ich was t olate e el with election, or the use of sut demmy .t. a n s cando aloru t pos to thae se tcher their batutonal and ries C.
Ilo can atteti to an I & t Utickets on the outside. Editor Pensael Jual:. defaatmon of his Majesty's govern- thi after they had done the work Cler Co r
e1or Uelch places the matter ti a S n amd la which t whole ublce iS Section 3835 of the General Statutes I send a few things of interest to ment, and to the disturbance of th an were entitled o Pt wP o cltrh t Cugrt
sou1 c laww es the matr. haow that.attempt at .prohilfIng peace and quiet of the nation. Bee- cnties tntid recive monyill The C eu m or-
nsttby Mr. I n o e StateofFlorida is verys other article beside intoziin lag. that orders and roiamation ues ta ive e ...-
telae o byl Mr. Voea .oen's third quwestm provides ticf an emphatic upon this question lquor. and wines, have proved tter only Increased tle desire and the sale de.t to pay xt bCck-Le S
S mleto law as it appears It ow aswaer, or obviously it It makes it a penal offense to "take failure. Fanatical persecutions, the of the article in England, the govern. x County Tr
the revse statutes. Under the crimn- bk did take deposits it would into the election booth any meciam. malate of Idngs and emferors the meat decided to impose a heavy tax A Neat Profit. peri
a eed, however, the matter aly e a ank n wM here b cal device, not stop or prohibit. upon its importation, also upon all The first cars of grapefruit ship. Juty r
toasted I a spe rth form as follows: uy ben or di e r security pIre aldevice ticket or o menos'miwi'S. How very few of usr o daily dealers and coffee stands. Soon smug. ped from the state this eason canm Ni ho
taWms a 8pecAL form a lows: an y ocsi or dems ad tr security, printed or written, other than the of- drink coffee kw or care anyt ing glin g of coffee commence and a from Fort Myers and netted th holse
e. a A NOT TO BE No. ae woaM ask security o some- flcial ballot or ticket, to enable him about is advent and early hisiry. very extensive business wa. carried shipper $.840. Of course fruit Contable, Dst
SAND OTtH R O CAB ,--thm vwd did not exist. to mark said ballot or ticket, or Great obscurity ahd the dbsen of on secretly. ripens earlier down there th
Any ebetor who shall, accept as pr *. for any person to aid, or at- historical facts pertain tol the e rly About 1728 some coffee plants wre this section of th orange belt. It
,, Fide by law, allow his ballot to be In answer to the fourth question, as tempt to aid, any elector by any history of coffee. A maiscript in introduced into the Islands of Jamai. said that these two cars wer par- Political
een by any person, or who shall take to wo would be judge of the stu- means of any mechanical device the Museum in Paris says the 4se ca and Cuba, soon extending to the ctilarly well colored.-Voluspa County
1W TNOVe or attempt to take or r c- i ofy of e security given, we may 'whatever in marking his ballot, or of coffee was known as remote as A. eastOn portion of South America. Record. ountyO
me Iy ballot f rtm thegpwm g place I herey mnes
eove ty ballot feof the peolla plam that law Itself would he the shall print or procure to be printed D. 875. In a treatise publimed in 11,6 Coffee .lourishes best on upland and he annou
Wee the cle;e of aw polls, or place s or have in his possession any copy by an Arab says that a luwledge >t oa mountain sides from 1,500 to Open Game Season.or tm lce ot
Sany lark upo<* his ballot by wMhio It Judge f e law s now the of any ballot prepared to be voted." coffee was brought from Abyssia 4,000 feet above the sea "nd btwten The open season for killing game "to Mbe hd i
a ,My ldden "d. or take lute the ,judge as tote security which nation 1 quote In full Section 3835, pase into Arabia early in the .l-h etu y. tae 25th degree N. and .0 jegre- s. begins Nov. 1. You should read tie votes oar all vote
eleetlen boci' y mechacal deTie, n, bans a- giste for he ak aetes 1381, General Statutes of the State The Malometans soon ~'snsd s et equator. Sixteen species grow- law before going to the woods with APT.
ticet r c .r ,.idum, priltot or they issue or for tIe rn ear- of Florida: peculiar properties to dhl pate droe- tag wild in Brazil and were not in- your gun, and the attention of moo. At the request
witte other ta the oacal ballot The Law. siness and preventing sleep and s produced there 'till 1722 and by 1780 residents is particularly called to city and county.
or tie et to enable him to mark aid eacy whloh they may at any time de- Se. 3835-"BALLOT NOT TO BE use to prolong their religlus servioe Brasil exported 14 million pounds. Florida's fish and game laws. Non- as a candidates tf
Wlt ar ticket, or any persea w sire to image ader the emrgency SBEEN. AND OTHER OFFENCES.- stirred up a ferce oppostol amnmg The coffee tree naturally grows from residents must pay a tax in this state Esai.a Counts
l oaterferte with ay eletor *whe curseor- act gsmed by the lat con- Any elector who shall, except as pro. the orthodox priests, they roalouacd 18 to 20 fee thigh. It ha~s a smooth to either hunt or fish.-Volusia Coua.- to be held i
hMl *t the .poltatg myee or wlttl hent tir- l" ea- vided by law, allow his ballot to be coffee an intoxicatag sewage aad leaf. six Inches long by 2 inches tv Record. votes *2 ae Rte
waig tlah ballot. -or unduly influ seen by any person, or who shall take was prohibited by the wan., an4 broad. The pure white flowers are
oeu or attempt to aUdaly laluece The guaranty of bank deposits con- or remove or attempt to take or re- the dreadful penalties of a outraged produced in Jdense cluster. and are "* .
e teeter m the grapmth of his tenaplatep thing sore nor lesi than move any ballot from the polling sacred law were hed ovethe heads very fragrant. In cultivation the
.- a i-" eletor who shall f .a eggt 1msurame pilaa under place before the close of the polls, or of all who used it. Notmhstaa4tng tree is planted out from 3 to 6 feet
I ader than the specked ttg ic at un place any mark upon his ballot by the therats of divine retrution and apart on rich soil and vigorously
altet by law i- the beat or - gtch a trd? t on e ba which it may be Identified, or take though all manner of devks used to pruned to some 8 or ten feet to aid
i- after ha~vg ees @tMis all be paid nlato a insursoae fu into the election booth ay meehani. check its growth, coffee drinking in gathering the berries. Thef con-
hat hp the. has epired, or who Ipir payment i full to depositors cal device, ticket or m-morandum, spread rapidly in spite the rigid mneaoe bearing the second year and
hia"ll me verw to ltdg say lectr the easmlasal banks which tall. printed or written, other than the of- orders issued, about the fourth year yield from one
o show how he o s a r ite or haves arkfi Se I ti elal ballot or ticket to enable him Orders to enforce the ost terri. and a half to two pounds of berries U.
*h is ballot, or alt or atte ts to R w e to mark said ballot or ticket, or any ble penalties for this vi lon of an A busael of ripe berries will turn out
14 y elector by ay moap oft any Ia this matter or it the answers given person who shall interfere with any outraged law, but the reats of say ten pounds of good coffee. When
mehanIai 4ladyl'w tever tI luark ane ot mstlteetory, we shall e glad elector when inside of t4e polling divine retributtoa only its the trees are in full bloom It is a vey It is OUrI
Is Is P to e Mr. V write a again on ple or when marking his ballot, use. The first olfe open- atful sight a pure white o to i
he11 o he ur ,d he I t ia .-., or unduly influence or attempt to d inCo n~statinople a be middle dk .reen. leaf about two days only o e


stgeka any eCy of py ballot pe- Ww unduly influence any elector in the or e century. veroent op. en e bloom fades. When ripe t
bak t,.e 1,th cntno. Vroa op. t.e the bloom fad. When ripe it
Pre tobe votetV shall abe0 mld 0 t1 The Florida state preas is almost preparation of hia ballot, or any eis- position to these coffee hoes occur- is a dark red or purple color and in
Sthtan ter"n W. see thIa3 m tIe hewtha tor who shall remain longer than th red and the grievance watarried to this stage it commences to shrivel
aed tdlars, or be ImrisMed nut u'----* I ? bplt notw tht M s pecifled time allowed by law in the the Sultan, who imposed teavy tax and gaptering commences either by plain
mee M- these satbs. Any ballot P. L. NeOhilm k has & re--d editor booth or compartment after having upon them for ispeluh bove- hand orlt baskets or the tree is
imrke by the elector for' 4identea rial and business management of the been notified that his time alas ex- rage. In 140 coffee ban to be violently en and the fruit falls
l te" Ie Oak Dapecrat, that he will be paired, or who shall endeWFr to in- used in some of the etitows in upon M eets placed upon the ground
duce any elector to show how he France. At the same tiwocoes had Umder the tyee. In dryin and curing
rl t It Ve thatthe use "M to o is ay clear to the re- marked or has marked hia ballot, or Just been latroduced fro ain, hav- the berries, are exposed in layers 5
Sample ballots or ote ss ; geswmtaing of the daily at no distant aids or attempts to aid any elector by ing been brought from Sei America or 6 inches deep and for first two or in
SPa t W Pi booths to reMted. day. any means of any mechanical device and a year or two later was la. three days are frequently stirred and
I NG Pa ac ierat c troops whatever in marking his ballot, or traduced from China by me Dutch in about three waeks are dry enough
- t The S e Vvilbe MetropolIs m vites shall print or procure to be printed ship. This was in 145. rabla re- to rn through a mill to get the pulp
t law T JourM wll h ati f the *cce&ae weapon or have in his possession any copy gained the only source Upply for oCg Bra raises and exports more
1 tp ear beer him. elaw with m*ss**t as to amend. of any ballot prepared to be voted. coffee 'till 160. In tk year the eo0fe thR any other country in 1905
m swh ight ake It m oreefshall be fined not less t ian ten nor novernor-general of the to0 Rast It shipped of over a billion and a
O t wh t e t more thah one hundred dollars, or be aIndies received a*few ee saeds hal f t pounds. The United States
, elet. Why not apply to the evil imprisoned not more tMe three from some traders and adthem Imported that year 852 million pounds
0 tabit of pistol toting the same rem months. Any ballot marked by the planted In the govern n at Gerim y 400 million pounds. Pranee
1 %6 !?A" Metr Inquiry.dy ito plean that a.loyed to elector for idetfcation shal be re. Batavia In the Island T a. The 2e0 llion pounds and Great Britian OS th
V Jote rl etter e eqinry, g .dmy n wrue ap that e..poe to jected." Plants fourished so that less tan half a million eound, so of god at
writt. T'a. J4ieral belttves, in ad cheek tbe lKr san drug habits? Inn The Law is Plain. exteive culture was k One that we are by far the greatest coffee
2i qt, A tla senseq g en tl e we short, waIt Is tMe awtter with prehi. There can be no doubt that carry- ot the Irst piEts was t to the drinkers in the world. The same
we O- t an prtai.ty to answer. lito. of the sale o deadly weapo Inug into the booth a memorandum of Botanical gara f I a and yea- 195 E"agland, Scotland anad Ire- P y axr a-r d the
Ti s M .. UoI s 0a61 y ..,any kind. whether written or print- others were sa 8 a port la i imported 26 million pounds of m
aI :F r 1 -ed to assist the memory. Is a strict 0o Dutch Q a Wl tvaIo tea while the United States only im-
'M-r e-- amal. violation of the law. was estbl"bsd pertae diess than 94 million pounds. TaL
lSo S el l Ttur*.VOWlM"1 VOX POPULU I The County Commissioners should In 15a -l-eek w arI WM.E H. TRIMML | T
-- wft s~ s tar de direct the attention of Inspectors et from Suteras ,e iI wof* Melino a, Oet 18, IM8.S.L g.s t 6
Allftmg %ft M. a" fa election to this law whichh is so merchant to abin sorb tll a
Mt at ePnW-as that a- p specific and emphatIe upo this -a a palatable dak fr at A hiof ld ga rr ex a m-W m a'
Ste a .rg the as SpAUPLe BALLOTS ject, and this law should be enforced the mrchamrs bease to he n l
Ia na di people -V"- at this election oef-t t he. .ee m. e k t a e.adt up I" est u in f U at
S %eiI ow, we 4o not iter -la "Joaral:- negroes en mase. allied with the ly rUalngsa out t -, aat The
I s h" e dfa s" a i *' t white repubhcaie, against the dome- Out hIs a*a tht he jaw- d- .Ei W~i Um^ f
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* *r*** * * ** THE "FM ,V TA"A' r-lANY." . e L Forestates Play Levy se .ral ennett, sf ar thinaki of.

.4W Prca& M farm at Cottage Hill an settag d u
wt a t. --- -- -is--i-- *a down. He eems greatly attached to Soa is due
S" removes it as the curta ris Ing at 7:30 olock at the Cris our title village lately.
.r- -. -~ m--lnta, to Wisa e places it e her lap,, lt it~cover tian chreh on East Chase street. 0. A. rCoa.les, master of trains TlW"C O X
i~ u8tE C..l *r tLHar. : also the laps of the persues on either Rev. Wright has been attending the The Mobile Register of recent date the IL. & N.. and nephew, Raymond
S- - .. ..... ide of ser. It osa of these happens Iatematiooal Covetion of Christian contained the following, which will be Gonzalez. came up Saturday night of whiCh it Is
f dt Cr-.us Mr Wli Roach, Wst Betuent to be a solitary ma., and there is churches. He Weight is a forceful of interest to the friends of Mr. Levy and spent Sunday ia our town.
et 3:30 p. M We-dnsday. .- another woman with the same kind speaker, and Us weapons are very in in this city: -Business with as is Oe tie boom its mild10t t
* W-.--u ....os W4k oft a hat on the other side of him, he teresting. as well as Instructive. Whether it was the irony of fate and we will oon be the Imrgest vii- .._ fo_
_ n- Kg---eaebhre-Pguss lu 01 Bo-,West Chase street soon feels that a_ might as wen have He will be acca.panied by his .or Just plain everyday hard luck the lage oa this diviaes of the l N. &nm N
Sto 12 ., WedMda. been born a turtle. wife, and they wnl be the guest ot fact still remains that there is much o-f..4A -i.
S e^ge^ o the hat are so large that Mr. st Ms Thos., Lennox. An in- disappointment coming to Sidney -s. > *n .gg = ^ .
^ Pasa B rs Chib--Hst us, Mrs. G oderelst, Wedaes- the wmrera of two of them are apt itatlon is extendedito all to attend. Levy, the young playwright, well r Ai A T 1
a 7 Oc 21st. to josUtle each other on the sidewal known to Mobilians, and all after C'er e9aeE-
day, O.t. 2st.* to the peril of their .milllry. They POA Lr rTION readiug the success co by Mr. Ed- .- vor
Srday Mornin Br e Club-Hostess, Miss se Chiplay, are sometimes so large that the a a. gar selwyn in his own play. "Pierre -
4 Ws W~aCsmates street, 10:30 s, m. doors of the street and subway caw -- ef tte Platis," produced at the Hund- Spe.l to T" lnor. 997- P- er ,
are too narrow for thair wearer Mr. Ed Gale Quia has gone to son Theatre. New York, on Monday Carrabelle, Oct. 18.-Elght or nine
s 6 4 & & & -* 4 4 & & o 4 4 * * * * to enter comfortably.. Ashortw- Georgi forr week visit. anght. years ago we had a terrific storm
Sman wearing oe .t the biggest t t ia letter to Manager Neubrik. of which almost swept Carrabele o of
omy n ... w.H...s a street cu cn-ffeand_ ean t g an Dr. A. Nicholoa of Milton, is in the Lyric, Mr. Levy writes from Pen- the map. This was lan August. The j, $ .,
dCTO .h won by Mrs. Hebert aobba, a half n moyance to u taendtg aN to.a the city for a few He will go eacola, where he is visiting his moth- following February the buildings n n
Otber, tawe Maid, with r est chia plates nd a Japanese tem tornetthe ta wo ty ama from here to Pi arren to visit his er, that "Pierre of the Plains." which and around the depot of the G. F. & K MJSCO
- came plate. IoIndeeda wma who wes brother. ls a dramatization of one of the sto A. railroad were consumed by fre on
Uuhrd ire with the samach's sear- Mrs. Johnson captured the consola- a fashionable hat of the _atumn of ries contained in Gilbert Parker's vol- the 7th of Oct. The building a the -a-- --. -..s
S84 tion, lovely celery tray. The booby 1908. in public places renders her- M-. -v Her Jr ume of "Pierre and His People," is same spot was barred and this mor -
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e sweet-gum and te maple's trace- le to the lot of Mrs. Huampreys,, self liable to insut -t"er tled st .l Hat a er" almost identically the same in plot as ing about 7 o'clock your correspond agcial is The
a cooking vessel. The hats are not ,a their entertaned l a Sto "aer Pretty Pierre," a play from the same ent was called to the door by a neigh- Muscogee, Oct. 2
Sa The next meeting will be held with snap aes are abominable especially haor of Mr. a ne. story. M. Levy writes that ve or bor who said there was a boling Seabrook, of Qucy,
SMrs. James white at her new home those of tahe verte o th ---- six vear ago while reading "Pierre spring where the depot building had her aunt, Mrs. H.
Sher ps there s the purple on West Garden street. No woman looks well n act, The Pastime e will meet with and His People," he was particularly stood. I went to investigate and Miss Sadie Neal,
s tain KAPPA KATH they led the eect of ni y, Mrs. Soderquwt a wednesday, Oct impressed with the dramatic possibili- found a bold boiling spring about has been the guest of
Of rap -blue aster bd ner nit- YE rcRDAY. AFTEROON to a a e o.s t inthe t SS at o'dock. ties of the little story of Canadian three or four feet in diameter throw- person for the past
rVews asterd. n ST wi coutennc.Ior, rd* w--er .- stO S k- h e aN- frontier life, and so enthusiastic was ing out water and smoke. The u turned to er home
A- al abt er t e golden air, s. The. Wrhtoan and aer properly the wearer must stid f huge Mrs. B. C. Kendicks, of Montgom- he that he immediately set to work ing was about 20 feet from shore, and Mr. and Mrs. JohnI
Or voray ees of setly falling rain. Lkn 1,etreet o mls A u s ihiL tod man knows l stopping e the St. Charles writing as scenario for same, following where the water was several feet were visitors to Pe
Sth ter4 afternoon at her home on that the hair is false, ad ske the hoteL alike Mr. Selwyn, along the lines of deep. And, really, it was a sight to Mrs. Richard Mos
Sl c t e ihth avenue. effect. Why do sup5edly s te -- the main theme for his plot. After look at. The noise of the bubbi t trieads at B.rnt Corn,
i the Cofee, chocolate and cake were spectung, well-bred women so disf Tlie alany fri ns of Miss Gertrude completing a little over one act and water could be heard for 50 or more ugene Whatley m
S h lming rg lv served d .. g te afternoon. are themselves, off I the rtise March will be p d to learn that a half of Pretty Pierre," he a as com- yards. Quite a crowd gathered to trip to Alatlma the
Slto of the members Pensa. eye and make nuisces of taem- she was take We from St. An- polled to lay the manuscript aside to witness the performance. Then it Jodh Lynn has retu
ta ru a s cola akm v the No. 14 and Magnol eves in public plaes? thoany's hospital, re she was oper devote his time to other theatrical du- ceased its operations ad is nw still. to s family In Brew
Tem tended and set the eve- atled on for tis. he is doing tis then in hand. Probably through but plenty witnesses here to testify Rev. Love, of Pen
Sheard a tatervals thp whistlinag deutghtlly CARR-GlaBS Kedptlicly weill neglect the manuscript lay untouched to its being these till albopt S o'clock. Christian church, is
al P. -s .a .wt j IN CHICAO O TODAY. -- until after completing several vaude- ices in xKgwoee thi
,* ng Pdr P P INENtT CLERGYMAN Miss Iibble Cari. formerly of Pen- cr. Ed.wai a. CMrby isr.Lv 'rUlef sketches, and the m sical coPn- Ms. Ca.
S----. t a t, TAKiAMRID sacola. but now T A Chicae wit* his a ather, Mr. N.1, ry, fi Brook. edy, "Jack a.d Jill," seen at the yrie .e I gust of cer m
SM T-e following from a Philadelphia laarried today at high OfgO to Dr. ly, M. m., to pedl the water with a fow moathe r boI vi. Ln*Vy b e- I rls.
..-Saw.nR I LA UtI t twill be read with interest in Ray Gibbs of that city. him at his hteaw en t Geaddehn ea tov tr s his ere orts to the un-in- Alt weet, ot eas
a Icla: Their honeymoon rip wi ar treet. e play. Within two weeks the to
No Mrs .Jo"nso"A pretty wedding was celebrated them to Niagra l t, Batus, New ----- play woid have been completed and au tJmms Prdin H mP s
lti yesterday- at high noon at the Church York and other prominent western Mr. WI C. eMey left last lthMt ready to be turned over to a rm of Sam Ala Oct. 2s--Work a e MulD etf A
--of the Saviour, Thirty-eightIa and cities. for Tastsah.ase. ere he will snped pal s 'd"g aagers in ew York wi S p e's B ank ali lo ro- p awit. pa
.imes -wa5 e as o Chestnut streets, when as the culmi- Miss Carr has many frieim s i a week with toB S. negotiations had prev ously gyegasn.g niely at pse, Joh Millhm.
S b yt am t sTOsx., ati of am year's romance Miss Pensacola who will read of bher fod- l made relative tho prodN.tion. The weather man seems to have Lewis Nellums wa I
SMWn.*ro S. eas .ar mey FraWees Doyle, of this city, be- ding with interest MIss. Oertrd- ymore, of Floma. The disa nting phase of th.e t beet s par to tto e Geenar county scl S5tuilray.
nexti week w"ith c ate the brIde of a prominent South- toa. lrived ot e o'clock train yes. Th a tiat ereWno recoursee for yair. He coral hane ordered better. T. J. Bradtey apeitn
SMo Chry. .e R.ra minis E.ter. Rev. Charles Martin THE W. C. T. U. teray ooae wl e the Mr. Levy. Mr. Sewyn's play ha The "JourHal ma," C. o Steward o parents et Rosert
A mt bro t Nuile. The ceremony was performed WILL nMEET. g t t MrS. e~ tBeB. 8 'North Bar. been copyrighted aBd produced, and family were ameg the visitors B. M. BoMay. of
uS r l&t yn6-o- by Dr. Chapman Smith, of the army The regular meeting of the W. C. T telas start. Mr. Levy realizes that to offer his to the fair this week. visitor to Mucogee
o t i .i a, headquarters, Governor's Island. The. U. wilv be held at the Sunday school. --- mantsacript to. any .iae ager o Miss Lena Jones who has been on Miss Mabel Merritt
i -ftarw-ooS thae Aeptoe bride was g.e. away by_ her brother, rooms of the First Baptist church ths The Childm the Confedey wiU would be offering a plagiarism of Mr. visit to her aunt at Lake City Fla., teaching in the echo
bla- wa este.taeind Edward M. Doyle, wle h.er sister, afternoon at 3:30 o'clock sharp. Uvoey meet at the thmeef Mis Ver rn elwyn's play, notwithstanding the returned home at Tuesday apent Saturday ad 1
U f f a-tUWM an. .Miss Nacf ye ated as moalda nd make nuisancesuOf -, D -MJ eowwtness
s. N.oy as were served o ted a mald ember is requested to be preset, as Twelfth av e riday afternoon, fact that in foowi the Parker M. Justle ad faly of cogee with her parent
tf--iig Ms Vd rl made o,"n onor., .I matters regarding the estate coven. o.- AH mpesa are cordaluy story, be .has with a few inor threads Glendale, a., are soon to make Sam- 0. M. Merritt.
eVeRi Mr Vial made aT r. Niles who is a widower, wa tion tto be held in Ocaa wfl be dis. at.L of story followed the main theme son teir future home. We welcome
.ea g *ie, walt Wh l attended by his son, Charles CNiles... e Identically the same as Mr. Selwyn. them in advance. tw T
Sf t aidish. Mrs_. Herman who is studying for the ministry at M- ..u w.O There iE a tinge of good-natured- The Samson hotel capacity has N Lt J
esams exquisite hand patint- St Stephen's Divinity School, New REV. W. J. WRIHT E WER ERYW, ERE ee~sa, notwihstaading "Sid's" hard been taxed to Its utmost this week Live Oak Camp No.
.- York. A wedding breakfast at the TO SE HERE T4URDAY. Likes BIt e Rtb Vanill Extract luck when he closes his letter by say- to accommodate the fair visitors. all members be prese
* Mrry Bl uaer wll be the next .ome of the bride's mother, No. Rev. W. J. Wright of Cincinnati, will Absoar e, es twice as far as ing, "Well, I guess Selwyn beat me Mrs. Spinx and children, of Roa- regular meeting. Wd
S. 433- Sansom street, followed the hold a special service Thursday eve- other S favor is perfect, to at-and, of course, to time vitor e- noke, are spending the winter in the October 21. A big int
rh t n DmN TE- church ceremony. .aw n n "t.Jayt y --t* o i guests -or Their uncle W. C. St E.. D.
l _ .Y W...C..R. CLU. .....nte engaged upon a ue: musical comedy L. M. Jones, of laurel, Miss., is ,
LThe Tesdy ene lcb n- while temporarily in charge of e ". -t.-i.-. / i of at ftaryesque description for pro spendlag the week with his father's
ttalaI ~_ S. H. Ogod Aneson church In which the wedding took / dction next spring for whico. it is family. He expressed himself as wen b OLIV
yesterday. i. pret priy was awmad- place. This charge followed his re- said Mr. Robert A. Keiser will con- pleased with our little city that he L.
' Mrs. Fete Marma, a Venetian turn to England last ear where he I Itribute the music. might return and locate. --- -
glass e peto. Mrs. P. -. MCGUir had been sent as a delegate to the wRev. Win. Sapp, formerly of this .he.
w te" ale-f, It bteinga piece o Anglican Conference. This winter, s.- famc te, vistnow tothefair. wms.....

e by was aptured i parish will be Pencol, Shows Itself on every article le, ing, as ey do, direct to GOPHERS, CHICKENS place, but on y, a, was live Oct. 0.-We
S M. W.. J. Forbes. .Fla. us from factories that are the ackawledd best, and save gained TUcKaUwi YS AND EGGS The Samson High School s in.- pleaat weather now
-TgHe ae wus a very interesting "The bride was charmingly gown- this reputation by selllag eds eartIste merit all highest quality. i.-- proving rapidly under the able man- tmophe s very
Sthe evening being speat oost ed in white Shantung and rare old d agement of Prof.a W rHicktad hl non it is very anuc
partly. .. .. lace, and her tnlle ve. wa C l eld in TEW.C WA.i 'U.t ^ VTf W WA w il of efficient teachers.opevr .ewye It I' almost tlme for
The next meeting wll be with place by a peal: crescent. he other JEWELRY WATC. SILVERWARE ways on band. Ph.ne 343. f A ,. c fire atf een Sns last Thurs- taesMis Ecamhe" 3
s. B. F. mace. jewels worn were amethysts and Bayle, corner Goerment J F day nih destroyed t of the wood last with relatives in
pea a of th oom A GERS en business buildings; the origin of Mit s O M M*ydtn
SUS JAY AFTERNOON shower bouquet of bride roses and to fre i unknown cepted a position as
hLUS eTlGERTAINED. lilles-of-the-valey completed the cos- ThwilbehlathSudysol.e__to nin faire ll uknown.otreissfI
:Mr. Pred bumphrey was hostess tume. The maid of honor wore a FR EPORT. Monday, It being Negro Day. Oe Mr. J. W. Chorao and
t the Tusaay Afternoon club at white lingerie frock of French batiste 4 of the day' attractions will be a le- ogee are now esldn
terl on Nort DeViiers street nd a pink piDore hate Her flow- The Jr D son Featu e 9 ture by one of Booker T.'s students. aborood. We are ver
Setrheday wotee oone. era were paink sweet t ase h a. He r.so u.t D .v. .. e amcurd Pro. Van center's "slide for them.
Th ce sad Iqp hand prices were "Both Dr. and Mrs. Niles are mem- se-Mla to TTe J*unal. life," and Prof. Sturdivant's balloon Mr. and Mrs. J. F. M
aw Ms a __md bers of the Southern aristocracy and Freeport, Fla., Oct. 20.-Mr. S M ascension have been two ot the bteit ter have mored
Sare both direct descenda ts of sign- Hightower, of Pensacola, is here this greatest features of the fair. iw e they expect to
S O City Toleda lner ers of the Declaration of Indepen- week shipping lumber for nte Key- The two bands of Gypsies camped tare home.
Ceny makes oath that he Is dence. Mrs. Niles, whose family is I ser-Muldon Co. from the Jolly Bay near the fair grounds have farnsl'- Ms Magg5e Ray h
a artnMr Uof tl arm sof F. J. Pheney originally from North Carolina. is a mills of the J. M. McCaskill Co. ed quite a lot of amusement. in the Brent Sunday last.
.*egr bus nes in the City of member of the Daughters of the CoRn Mr. J. Turner, of the J.. C. Turner form of horse trading, racing, fortune Master Charlie Fla
tn. tMwthe federacy. and ahe is also eligible to Lumber Co. of New York City. spent telling and other. diverUtons, common wma, V.. Is s ding
Di 0 for each and every several Colonial socie.es. last Sunday at our place looking over to their calling, to the vldtolr. with ss rter, Ms.
ears of Sst that cannot b cured by Dr. Niles is expected to reach here te lumber business of our various,
"t ihoIcaauna ln time to o ld services Nov. Msty at 6 u miAmlls
wmr to b iore me Cnd uMeLbed "in St. Kathertna's Episcopal church. Our public schools are progressing___
this t oh M a o 'f mIr The u members feel that they have been Ouvery npublicely, withoo are full sta of e
A. W. GlEASB ONM.b fortunate in securing suca an able vceent teachers. wt a fl t
60eMriaNotary P i.cent teachers. .R

Hwh'w te take Internaliy. mnan. Mr. Florence, of Samson. Ala.. is
ts aetsther In te stngd 5*for- THE FAL HATS A S L I qa principal and Miss Kauffman of ma-
s steM.N the system. end for THE FALl. ATS AS n r rianna, Mtaa RBoeborough. of Apala-
Mt CO. Tedo 0. WMeN he d chicola. and Miss Paris Davis of tcris
*2La .air TSelc. Whenl s w conwervamtvysandadigned B place are assistants. G J F


a-e f 9amiy is w constipa- a paper as the New York Times Dr. D. H. Simmons has gone to
Writes an editorial on woman's appa Panama City. looking after various
___ _, t rel in such a straighiforward style P business Interests at that place.
sehtaowing as undenable disgust for Mr. D. W. Burke was a business
such things as the fall of 1908 the visitor from DeFuniak Springs last
T"1a PUs POOD OfT"L words are worth quottn.g The editor week
r UR FOOD TRI says In part: Mr. Wm Anderson and nephew I
--- Itis time to say antherword or Henry, of Chippewa Palls, Wis., are
two about the saockingly ugly and of- here on business, registered at the
Sfensive hats of the supposedly well- McCaskill house.
dreassd women. The fall- hats are Miss Rita McQuarrie of DeFunlak
AP EI Z R Iworse than ever. They have greatly I Springs was the guest of Mrs. R. E.
increased the pains and penalties of L. MeCaskill this week.
iThe L t Or h1 t&m metropolitan Ite as they notonly of- Mr. W. F. Eldredge has-just return-
t fend t e visio but they interfere ed from a visit to his brother, Dr.
the h-- e provider, qr with "pirsomal liberty. When the wo- Eldredge of Milton.
hife should man who wears one of tr i Incroylble Attorney Bowers Campbell of Mil-
Sn i hats to the theatre, and reluctantly ton, is visiting relatives in this place
always baWrin mind lit- this week.
t icd.ies for the din- The automobile which our progres-
sie citizen, .T. C. Blackburn. is oper-
Fa ?or insunCe-- ating between her; and DeFuntak i.-
doing a very flourishing business.
New a Olives, He makes an average of two trips a
Swim 0 1 ^ Iday, and the car, which has a seating
Ii IhIe I ee capacity of five. Is generally loaded
aat B CheeseM q both ways. The distance which is 18
SM es miles, ie made in 1 1-4 hours, and
daevery one who has patronized it say
Itim Che-ese, mthat- the trip which was formerly FOLLOW TH, FLAG
-ur rC lle".jm _| Idreaded is now a pleasure. He has a hrpw Wi Se er
S20 horse-power White Steamer. and ageutitlMd to thl dmit m e o -- I 4> ag
IlDslw Pickles. am ... The Graves-Tatam mIIm which has
.-- --- been uderoing etenve epairs the T NATIONAL CANDY

iA Mr. W.''.ar iren. supe ardent of ..eaw t he ti bh


AgMaitsU Su-A1rc e GOWN OF DARK BLUE CL ti*nWae M p Lat the Po- arMy m D
An attractive and practical gwO W steW is here r o4, pW C gme t Mamaas
nWatson, the model frock being ot dak lm cl oth b* so M C e Oa.s O toamb ilnaseeB, urila
S ,m Reese Co. s ame. The bodice was atspmed. em- r .
,. Co piped with dark blue sat Th 7 y "4Waam._a aw "
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tHE PENSACOLA JOURNAL- WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1908.


~ityou~a~ ooi I


JOURNAL WANT ADS

FlED ADVERT SEGMENTS THAT PAY I O R.oESULTS


May Have. ADV RTISF IT k What You Have Someone Else May Want.


w


p:+ r' y" $ 1 000 ARM WHY PA RENT
When you can bW. -homo $100. o
ntea elegant ol e on J -street Buys a Cottage Home in
S~. ~e .r e tn ha. bath Best Residence Section For a new
' Wh -a jurili d' a tM T EU I w $ U N O$100 cash and $20 a month will buy & Hll, block from
Swt Or e hs s This Is one of the choicest farms with- treet. heap at $1e. r the north
n 2S minutes drive of the city. The $0I cash end $50 a month will buy a 6 rooms, nw
~z 10 I. ;;; grounday; wenanIs.rt le- Eig t9-roomhou oNorth Hill Pric $4.000. bath, hot and cold water, 8hA n
St of Palao et. East of PalaoStreet. acres n a 4-room house in .ple ie cityon r, hal-block o sanitary connections, 9- r T ?s

y MN 7 rrth rac Iarn la oithy aelIngs at $5. wper tlAry. Ul tOnt. age Call and 4
S os .'.hS '- ......".." acre. House Insured for s.oo0. O rOOIS lot. The balance like
0.;*LA | Lag.dw.p i2 t Sr $ ZofLe*****l rent. Don't slave for fSalR of property.
wM.. h.e .. !%La REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. or laAdlord
S, B3..............- Ty--s ---", ......... Bys one of the new 4-room coes. 43 south fllafox r TM l U TAT
*, m b A so .u gm urron.- _^ u s. watrlo. Of 5 lots on 16th ave- -(STAT E-uc.ons*.
A AHT wEL 10 tand other fruit trees. Wi. i fert loks FOR RENT". nhue car line, the hEAL ESTAT, .NTS *l4 LOAsNS
vie to havea gsod,1=gagetft=40" it with0& of car line. Will sell on yments like FOR RENT. nue car line, the
fc m m -k. r e a nt. $l000 down and $w16-00 loUn- . a..2r l 2 e S. ..... iT. M P.Mi
a nssr *e oi H *re *AIamasa a rent. $10.00 down and OR RENT-A funlished cottage of*four heaps-,t property Pa- -t Pm-
$1200. roosLat thle Taylor. ~in. Appfoct in thiS section $1100
T N I W ATSO N, withc.lo. dini o 00. x36, FOR RENT-Hou sat W yo u Grande. HELP WANTED. BOARD AN
'TAN t NTAl A01WM9 ed. Grates in every room. Fine well ply to William Pacfa LPensacolaH. FlW. PO ELO D

be0 le worth1101600.00.1 This wl as be sFOR RENT Rea 3MTM Thleen Building onpremiea. pply Southwest corner of gas range. O
on rent payment plan. of $15.00 dopw and Stores _____ Bunt t v tf Co
$1L5.00 per month. DeLuna Street...................6. WANT--An experience stenographer
.__. .306 E. Teanrrona wst......... 1.06n office assistant for two weeks THREE NEWLY I
i-. x10 8. Tarragona .......... only. Call telephefe No. 20. at 8 o'clock kitchen and bath
SF om u SALE. . 1 w. om...:::::::::: S. MONEY TO LOAN. Tuesday morning for particular. 20oct ply MI Alcanl
S. w ve-room house and No., 7 N. Palafox tree.............$40.00 WANTED-7 members of W 0 W ROOMS FOR RE
S-- a.-- R rrr Intentdencia t. etor ne r alaox WE have $10,0@.@ In E. intl. rst Wedneeday eventg at 7:45 p. m, at o neighborhood
d Sn a 1W MP1 DmOiW.! T_.T I.. i Il e.i _Houses-clos_ ,per ^cente "o e -onS^ .city reas lthe W. 0. a lL
ATLY WILL SE LL AT If you have property for sale or ex- tonal Hotel, 18 in..........OO estate In any amount ro $100.00 up. oct3t
SW W I= rW CASH, FIRST- change, or ift you want to buy, c2 or 200 E. Wright Stre .............$.0 You have worked for your money. now let WANTED-A first-class cok. Good FOR RENT-Comfor
l u t t CLASS MK. ANTIQUE write s.I .lA.te .i ...... 1 It work for The Fisher Real Estate. salary. Apply 329 N. Spring street. with gas and bath.
SCLAW rmgm U GODS -- TI. N.: afox st.............. Ago. 20 s Palfox Street 10-Jun. l4ctw fox street. 110 W. C
53 iT. P1 STONX24 E.t 1107 East Cervante. ........15.00 S Are you getting a per cent. net for WANTED-An experienced solicltor to FIRST-CLASS BO
S A 21 t* N. north Reus Stre............ your money? not. youdon'tet a ell blanket comforts bedad Alo room for 1
.74. h 2 WN. r ...... i|.. .........7 that .is eoaing to you." We can place t rugs, and lace curtains, on weekly or Fishervlle on the b
ea- 2ON .ALu-A aSare mule P frst, 1 Reus Street e .............: 00.rst images on improved citrop- monthly installments. Solomon Furniture able. Mrs. C. J. Al
isseem ectnt tft I e ME REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSUR- 16th Avenue and b1-S e M et S2z I? y Co.. W. Government St. 1oocttm
SCor. 15th Avenue as 14th Street.. 00 P WANTE-ady and teman can FURNISHED ROO
S1 "inio REeas AgLenAg AThisem Nd 612- 3 Government tre ........* W- v.a MO hW dle ...se.household- h t.- or month. Apply-
-. . i t137 Strom_ St. ... .... MN A o- cle. Good money: e at ht. Apply
-I -I *IM II aAf- S =0 Mi. rn0Goger le Sm 112 u tron t. ..........i. S... on 310 Governmneat St 4oNELsct Ua
= W-.-- large -10-room- nhs at l h aServifllot& so yld*L.. UNCLE SAM want Mall Cr n light housekeeping
S... MM ...-. i -with electric lights, abhot and cold Postofice Clers. Examinauons here son street.

a -- -- e 264. Zoctlw* a 0om n ..... Wi. s e.tt i Common eeducation suMffcen., d repr- and Cordova streets
.-. .- . COr. Iomana and P ox tw. lo free. Write.. ranking Institute. .t
Iy ES tees. ar T uit y and it on ceOE upstai-rs O ochestter, N. Y. ctlm* FOR RENT-Two
from car Mi sthea an heTermsw rooms, suitable Io


in; l w S.e $5., loOk at the lots and tring me Fi.s.he Es0 .. l whe wAould you go get t? r thee m



SW__ _, 2r#1w l o f 18th one Ut K t ee |t.. L AYU. TyeDwrat er exnrce at J. oa x 247. a Our Shone A.d

St ffl = '"S J W DUllO ck- J rR.o de I W a r B k St e o notew o ,
--SU -s----t sk lS 3 ayee 1octlw* m no wt rate 1f octw, CONKEYhS ROuP CUte winl cure your dr Box 574.
9 a of home at Baou Phon 606. Thien toreMout of asould try TPas J match horses for a wedding or to gowhen. wollen-headed owl. .
-Do results W t ceatadn. At ^ To Penacl Livery Stable, or ring TWO UNFURNISH




i e. 50 o eln one ery Cow w-h .Psal"dYU Poe3ePENSACOL

the...a. m"to~U a a Lee D". _.ie. .. bup atse.- NOT Y aC-. r-I will not ST OCpghbee for E hS are ). Th ,ohno Toe


M"C eme ft- l aVo9 _t se e-ab rilnsH V E Y O U RsepFO R S A L E B a iew P ark P s try ya rd EerT huaul
b e.1atT P1% '-cows .hoVrse. This is yourch nne .IFYOUHAVE anythfer rr. hent whyet d.repa ird .cleanedandpt .A "pt R Ren-Folm




3W3AT *rB i d m cowas oi** 1 aOR SALE OR EXCHANG-A od 5- eI ist 3the ca lv i TOU WANT TO BORROW money; Blnack Moasl era Pmnthrckl fn r m s

T A W"esutaw ritsht"edfs ..one c ', n close er 1 Wtis sure to seePt.t er r\ Te Exper t, at J.ege A.*tTracY 3 ct tt 7:
SAl mltr. gE rR aj 1l t!o u r. fr i change for city property. J N 710 crnety try Te Joals at Column. a m ........




d Skes. um ao. e y. T Ssas area tre w warehouse s the 22ukckataeltp areJC'Sn a daR at CUR awil ur your
-S i oS A, *a OI of home at a you Phone th I.Thes. s.tottat Othat s uor theb wh Why not tsw 10:l5 -h- -ae.

yll' i U^ 'SLeare s_ a a lnocuw* sense a ^Sn uo _e -s-- .. .... A. .. -oac Me.,OD BaO maer-- n- them and get wht you want? ?1:0 a. m .....
n- d &- ..a.. aJune. -5t,--. bta,- o --,---t" :a e i P sstas from 14kinch -a- moder- CoPOn 1145 a. m. C"P

tmeM 6 Aas NOTICE OF REMOVAL. WEST LOIDA 12 | son- |1 2 b5 0
WE-- WlA _arMrsW .T MOr.... M..Wto illia. fte.n ctaw r na :45 p. m ........te. rrana
'." lNOTICE OF REMOVArep-i haLloe easedD a 5 M tore.A dI A., Thor. B. FOR SALU-Two dood mules. Leyle E. :o
WANTI D-Youra. g f a se located testore, No. a01 t North Pebyfox St.1 .nayin.. Nw OC wf-_ ereil frG a gm s"k )ms nt onlTo




a vegetables. lre 2-S .. - m t f t:ng --an-" I.W- .o e ..-Ao. : 3 m.
city.ths pMM C. at Miton. __ Wnourt for buAnd r. N. Andrmww. bL A. N T s e- waU4M Mat OUDl.ltcPdThe hlwa b a:ets. *. oTm. trlai
1-1. raspi NOB BAT- gdo TOU Aj AK tby y 2prtn W knownR S pr-auew Pahr thrn yards. 5' .---t?'.


Swiuth r0ttr._Pindr WOR SAL --]Waaits comforts bed- comforts, bedspreads, rugs nd Ilce enr- THE JOUINAL'S Pa ..ms Ed_- O. A. BEG-Maxelr of bali. tents, ethey ,the ti, Owers run as a locl train
5 nIeocebr Vky tansC.14 thsoeerneetr moha vuneSoat o talnsoe no osesot N tove. Leap PensacnSola.







.r. r d.FCS1W. O rORt. octEXCHANGE-Am goctiodm aag YOU WANT TO. O metB the Crew of lyaveusW The Pensacola-Bi
Ous. T Oaon; tMoes w tsa to T- rO .-- discontTnued, except-







INS.Tow; Na;melt 09 M1>I t I _adCeoe and in el- ContenIe. Lol-T freight leave
ona tnte train about tt.e dae S ble to Care for Will exchange for City property.JoN 71 CR'116 CEW NOTICE ln:
_.LTwety do-artc aat rwy M ewaJenllseryP andtCom ns tOr Neither the Captain. Owners 7 0

eMd tor til_ reta te -h at MArs. ot a a. 8oct2we J i nor Conalgne_ of the Pavo- Through freight le
=1.L W2 i H. PrioC oot full Day, ast Grden street.=ut 1 rone arnatelll. wlU be re- 3:4a1:1....
,k .. gS tl n large or t i responsible for debts contract-
O- .e pair e -rtm s6t ht r a tt sh. .Real etaete and ed by the Crew of d Y...
ToenmiS bMtet 3ml. 44-Ich bAam. 7 T E Os-FWSTsok 7 u alax Coneignee. second d car at 8:00 15
yOu NTR DOa. Mnear eaa s l. pt. emi Bped about 10 RMVLpZi; N OTCruRMOAsetr ty .k 7 hour 2:4 thp. w.ek.








-whUt* wlth Uvrr spota. vry I-- haur. A. A.Wrtghton, * W Ro- CREW NOTICEs observed, except aI
Ead oa rould leather es. d T s.ntotfr B --O SL Neither the Captain. Owner. Barrancas at 5:00 p.
A-eirablyed, tat atd rae war t on top ---1st -- -1NorthS nor Conknsees of the Nor. m.
S te aboe ta-h. er r ALr-A a -btory house v. ith all hall M gad wll*be a m rypon- Preght ar will
S. W-. Martb. at Mem1aa 4iB k uolwn -my on t Ilthere, one sible for debts costraetehaby leaving Penacol, at
oDeo ptroaMe0 4 Wo. tnc.A aave b e p the hptCrew of aid ves t o WIel.
l Ms Neumas Milton. Fa. Yours for business. N. Andr es We T
101111111111111 t YOU ARM JUDED by $12printing Well ko & Ch ta 100 p an














SptUs. new. A rse s Box A A_ be rvlRatese on you 4donet Maya 0 .:1 .in
thets cos FoUND-TherightPlace to buy blankets,oIE. h







.ltoMWetrsrd 3 WW.t..s0. oj. erfl Jr W l tals on weekly or monthlypayments. tons at1eac lc .
r CaILW_ a en-hone1anall phone 971 and our a. esmanwil ll adlocalview Js thettote PerfectedAwningonlyeS e
FuritA reC.W = vga eo luts on West o n- WetTearos t-of-townfriends.T are






Oo'RO.Nt ~. m or. Toe- tIm es ot I Cre f si vs reet to the a tol.-i
redWaOctober 11thn OrfthAMOI blas DeSALUI-Crseoretwos, bx 3- baE R O O C ,o















) (op. thrttLoca frightone L i on O

---ai .w- s."- A Buyeir for Yon exeal Estate 7-


h ne SO a-feeru -is ly.e -ar -- Fra DENTIST. w
b"- t..ri.-l R. tt ge n There are many ays to sen real estate.


HOTELS. lon i. o aiNT---.bree cott You may try any of the known nmethods-estite agent--sign-advertising.
ponS. sw ,__ I O Sata BG ,lnd ood outbusld- SECRET 1-CIrIE
aan1A.N" atnabo t 1 acres Liud. extending You know the easiest quickest and mot table way-Its for a person to FIREMEN
S-. t COmeRtOyOsto vOl rvReADR. J. sH


WWIUM RESORT-The -Om miu m- m Y Aou--bana Kranich A
Oaw' she. 10 minute Me. ram cfs citDu b Pfaw ekeap and on eaeyterfms.
. ear line, will he open O r t-he PWhl S sBpt
3o .1. All r A OR SA
ira. Phone . x.4 1* R W -Oet. 2-story. 7-
teom b, n0hmU, now rented. I
OT tMalbs bur ht fa c buht for
Or a i ba* * Has large
ipsaitbi tlog shate te&ol.
F1 In 3 llia., at The Clutter MuS c'
-ma. aaulg
-S- shed ryali pFOR SAL-A ler quantity of old
h-aSf The =t in WL- miwPWM_ t pfve cents a bundle.
Ja li nes meorn. At amuand A* Ady for use. Just the
b w tor sfeeig purpoess.

A lot of old wne pm P ONAL.
tid up in neat buindles fora .
Fr TEB HOUW01BFB. w cook left
&c a baidle t euJOar- wtie ft l. she wl placean
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And the way to find buyers is to read Jour "Want Ads." every day.
Here is a man with $3,000.
He wants a house of a certain desL~iption location.
He tells you so in a Journal Want Ad. col.


If you have what he wants you have a g
Knowing the buyer's wants makes it eas
You should read them every day.
Instruct your real estate agent to read
andhis.


chance to interest him,
ell real estate of any description.


every day!-it's to your interest


00
and attrac-
cottage on
st corner of
and Lee St.
Z5.00 down
month.
see our list



AGENCY

0sel1, Foele


qD ROOMS
ED ROOMS with use
e furnished room, 102
or. Chase. Phone 1102.
I1octlw*
urnished rooms with
room attached. Ap-
St. 1octum*
T,"-Centrally located.
1. 18 E. Garden St. "
17octlm*
table furnished rooms
one block from Pala-
'hase St. loctlm*
IRD AND ROOM.-;
ight housekeeping at
-ach. Terms reason-
lien, Phone 1683.
loctIm*
IS by the day. week
No. 3 N. Palafox St.
Soctim*
NISHED ROOMS for
. Apply 614 E. Jack-
7octlm*
s suitable for Itght
*ply corner Cervantes
. Phone 1457. Goetlan
completely furnished
)r light housekeePitn.
and phone. Apply M
225. ZoctlOf
always brain results.
y The Journal's Want
ing wonderful tbM8
I why not you?
'ED rooms, close I:
i. Apply 425 East
naept
shed or unfurnished
>ern and eastern ex-
bath. to desirable
Private family. Ad-
15aug

A ELECTRIC
PANY.
arraneas Sehedmul.
LY SCHEDLUE.
ay, October 1, 1 M,
Leave Ft. Warraneae.
........... :00a.
........... 7:15 a. n.
........... :00aI. nL
.......... 8:45 a.m.
........... 9:0a.L m.
........... 10:16 a. m.
........... 11:0 a. m.
......... 11:45 a. m.
.......... 12:.O p. m.
........... 1:Sp. m.
........... 2:0. r. m.
.......... 2:4 p. m.
........... $: 0.UL
.......... 4:15 >. m.
Sat. only :10 -P. m.
. 6:30 p. m. 7:00 V. m.
. 7:15 p. m. 7: p. m.
.8:00 p. m. 8:30 p. o.
S8:45 p m. 9:30 p. m.
S9:30 p. m.10:l p. n.
10:1 p. m.-11:W p. m.
11:00 p.m
. 11:20 p m.
In from Pensacola will
hereafter. The 5:10
rrancas will make all
turdays. when a local
Bayou at 6:20 o m.
Bayou local w be
t on Saturday after-
se Pensacola at
I a.m.
Sa. m .
) p. m.
eaves Pensacola at
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SCHEDULE.
. am., and from thao


day schedule wDl bei
car week day ve Fort
9:20 m.


e andto go to West Hill.

ECTRIC COMPANY.
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tions meets at Knihts of Columb. DENTALm SUR nm
Hal the first Friday in each mot DENTAL SURGEON
J .N. ANDREWSdETL Wok
ABE DANIELS, President aW3nd 51" g W-1k aofi=
Secretary. M ve bID Went Bufh.
DAUGHTERS OF RERSIAH. PHONE W .
Naomi Lode .. 10, Deu0* t o
Rebekah meets every Monday might -at
2 'clock atI 1. O. ha hs. VM Me Ti-
REBECCA JOHN14N. n m y resUmar h et a
POLLY DARLI N TON. l, at -
wo *w e ae Is*i flit htor tw
F. A A. W2
Special ommunicatlen of Es. eu 1 -t 1. T
cambia Lodge No. IS. F. A. A.lipl-s methad aw fsf la wo
N .. Friday. October 23. at 7:20 e ve ayf ftw Mm by -* J%
-,,', o.k. Wrk In the F. C. de-
gree. Visiting brethre frater- stf Of h- m bamb e ld f
nally Invited. salor was 1 f ammat.. .r
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-Legal Advuru" m a MRSO1OOD HOUSEWIFE

fteoebyUthe Dist r i-c Lighting Your Home,
for the Southeo n- t the Mi d Nothin Is more arPoyIng to the good
District of Alabama hou ewtio than cockroaches, and she will
Co Diutrct ofte I II ll N welcome Stearns'Electric Rat and Roach
Fll ily A AVllibll / ililc/ahow sa way GEs woibet mae you money because il

io 2 d s IW f|alst ua- rOamoney. Youget light in ca
o _,..nn i. I d R ssttLLog rst generalto d for less money than money from oth
_dm__3 Buffalo, su agencies. Those interested i the subj
f lIng timber and timber tses t. Y. quested to pone us and our representative
will be sold freed of all Ii.. fmort g ges -- -u. int.
or Incumbrances. ale willa ma od Monday Night, N 2, Se-* and explain the question and give com
Certified check for $650.60 required
every bidder. Checks of u wcesful bid- th P AtA GAS C
For further information address MRllPlllN S.OL A GA
undersigned at Dothan. AArE. PACE.* Meeting. Phone 14& 24 and 27 E. Garden
Trustee in Bankruptcy of Estate of Ben-
ham Lumber Co. eoctft, ,,
hamLume NOTICE. IT WILL CLOB, THE CAMPAIGN
NOTICafreCAT N
The Board of County Commisnioners In AND PROMINERT SPEAKERS
and for the County of Escambia, v
^ ^ ^----- "IState of Florida, In Special Semion, ,.. W EVER ADDRESES-
the night of the 14th day of October, WILL. DE-VER ADDRESSES- li 1 It
--- +1908. struck out the names hereinafter E
set forth from the IRegistration Books of COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMTIT1
ra the County, from the various precincts
therein as follows.to-wt: TEE TO HAV RA.LY ON OCT.L
Athey. oyd U. Kupfria. Chas. ,IL ~2 Or
p Kuptr/lan K V V 4..om eone Clo
Balar . Mcann.John- At Rel3t Regular Meeting ,



MS nm ACOLA COTTON MARKET. Preinct No. 12. 2. Declamantion. Ever think of the matter just in thai
folPewig report Is f uhed daily la F. 1. ".a"Tha e will be dtoheda g raMyF of the rWi
The. leneL igro .rtond'i* saay ,et. Thi wI be xe Aal ray oT the you put YOUR money in the bank and 1o
cotton merchants, Pensacola, Fla.: Acosta, T. H. Hw Si mongy fdh s
'I" :/!S 9r c...mer o. -c y: B 0 H. H _t present campaiss and the day named i ,, ,- an M, ,--*l-- -- ;,
9mMI L Goog mi". ..................... the lat one before the eleco At the regular meeting of the Flor. yO, Or do you thou leS sly Spend
Stri -t S ftn....................13-,1:Ba- nks. .no. Is the lastonebMfr t i on ia1^^--- ,_,.+_ sn .... pt it It whe deck to te_
Mslnh -. .......................:.. $ Bohler. A. Johnson, Christ On this occasion atuonal issues will Sol tres b ano li irs def SOrAne else put it n the bank to their
strict low msailan .................s 7-.1i Marian. f. rm ~ e discussed ait is ated er to the fys ne w work for the ? Open a savings -cconnt, .
NAVAL STORES. Blandon, Arthur Jones Mward that the rally will be largely attend-l at 0 and 0 restively a irt National Cerat of Deposit
Sava a .- Brra. John L. Johmnso. Britton ed.esa medals are offered for the obest
NUare tme naval store quotation:nBaker J as. JonesJ. F. e The County Democratic Executive money works for you. Fou per cent.o o
WW................................30 Brown. Moses Johnson, F.P. Committee will old a rally onW work In delamation under the rules y per
--..............................6. 2 Carter, W.J. Jordn. Eugene nee Oct. 28 oe week from to- ven below. The purpose of the con- We SOlicit yur checking account.
N ................................ Clark. W. J. Jack. Chase. ay test is to foster the Jove of oratory
.............................45 15 conner J Jons, state day. Many members of the Bryan In the breast- of the children, to a
7. 4 o Clark, J. W. Johnson. W. J. Kern Club will be present on this the breasts of the children, to a.
I.................. jit H^" *****-Clark.L. J. Jernigan. J. J. occasion by special Invitation. An In- slt In the ipbltding of 'the high
............................ 276 to 2 30 Clark. Edward Johnson. aWill vitation iaa aloo been extended and a warmer feeli en dofpcom oteship
-F A G...-......................2 7 to 20 C lton.Jno Edelley.rJog.sn WeptedlbyitheeCounty-Executve
\ e By F..t E .........................2 67% to 272% county, J. 'I. Kallson. E. P. Committee to be present at the final among the boys and girls of Florida.
S...................................2 6 5 Davis,.. (w) King. SeeL. tW. Properly enteredinto, the contest wil.
................................... 2 60 Dee. T. H. Knowles. A. rally to be held Nov, 2. At te rally Properly entered nto, the contest wil
Sr-t Tutrpentl h3% cent Doeer. Frank J. D. J to be held by the county committee be the most exciting of the kind in of Pe COla. Florida.
,ta- _.._. T.'..:...ye Marketsf, flrm- Davis. J. B. (c) Laceori B. local issues will be discussed. the history of the state. The contest
stepuMp Tarpon y...Doulas. Scott, Jr. Lenar, Jan. Is open to all pupils of regular high
11i0S S o Mobl .a .:.' nd nint: n.AAmW. m,.. ,.r.n Ro. Designated Depository of the Uniteda
omt St. vs Gum elacFrank R.-Aw
,se nAH.H. AT. a AnA H.__y chance to come out victorious. w. N. K Preen. wK. y Jr., Vi.-PrMe
Eirch, C. B. Whim BO WOIl.m thet elmbatie The rules of the contest, which Then W. Smt. Asqt. Cshter. W. N. Rebert Ass.
SFord, Berry ,ent v. dandy, wa, I, e mee bM are printed below, are drawn with a Direte-F. C. ret. W. A. Ulount, W. N. Kewe, W. K
1i 4 lJbak ? ii.Green.w n.He Mly Merr R. Ltalks fIBetnM t giC at atols, he view of making the contest absolutely i oWWr.
he ed ato O Zminad cia tet .c At am II Greenblatt, S. R. Moltse J. 0. had oecusle to vWt Paris. Threogh impartial to contestants, schools and I
S. I Howar F. N. uile JoHsdoS thekd unam o et eeal l- t e f sections. The boy from Gainesville
~ k R^ bee W b 1||. | | | Green. Jno. Manr. H. mer place he W enatled to scem wl ill have no better opportunity te -m- -
Up-l-taWlaftRoss M.b as been Ui | les. Wllis Mathi. Js pae.a B, a -l win one of the medals than his school _
*Wni aggB le gnMe stlet wert 8 * W II Gavis, Geo. Marvin, Peter Wben mate from Key West or Pensacola.
Do t ut totakean a dock load. Howard. F. N. Matter, Chas. and thus l free . a "em w "oateromK eyWest or enscia o la
e o 0 0 Henderson.. lom Johnon D. J. the mmn r m, wa The oTer oo the press association MONEY MAK
.. ......Howell. P. C. Jordon. o .Eugen evidences on its part an Interest in
1?e. mem ae p Adeeld Temperance Workers Will Henderson. W. F. Davis. C.. e lous to kw w e a dhis arte- the public schools of the state. The
"Iuinl baa A l insort bmW W1l- berstadte, E. Lansford. 0.
__l-taW 4'-" P^ "0 UHoward. R. Jord.. Lewis tocr~c.P11l001 ahd ed newspapers orf lorida have always Th lnn A
i. Celebrate With a Sil- Harris. C. H. Harriett, N. d. iP the md. Whaet ktd Of a .trv- been on the ide of the common v 0
S...Howell, S Davis, W. T. ella, Acompule rd yum find Mr. schools, and have been of inestimable
wsof t* e tM gmo verJubilee. Hok., Joph erguon,e.r r Ok a v importance In the upbulding of and women n this cit today who are earn
S ll i Mator for verJubie riett, Ed. Langle. Jlbo t c -sir; very E._Jam- sentiment in favor of the advauceod e
-SMB -- 'hs a Anderson, James Marshall. E. W. satm pllltl .....me Ahl Ai high sobool course. The medals are wag, but do not realize any benefit from th
isa '(J lag ea t. The following addressed to all mem- BanSeran, Macrd Jam. what t lea ay r? N but an additional mark of their inter- cause it is spent in small amounts for some pBl
*.4 . -r s elBeoweros.. .t.. ...a. ,,nerman. C. Mich JLeod, Dan. ta* t -- lay. d? est, and I tik the duty of the prince moment, rather than put aside to be added to
beNs Is being sent out by the W. C. Blanchard. Joe-ph Margu,. K. L. s l bd.t___- w .we _W__ W -p asnd schol offsl of the mtat e
MW"UA d W;,.i=vded yew- T. *U.: Bannerman. JR. K. Mitchell. Frank 09 1 wam!o Di 6 cl that be-.
- --'- -a Orrin w-t" This letter to You annoceerms. M heaUR m. Dn.. T. m h s to see that the contest is a memorable month for a lasting comfort
r ton.InLRw e C i nc t uir .. 5. TAt hr co Je .
0We Convention at Ocala te f rat Clark. Wt C. nettles Ja. em l dM d / M,- il, yle, "Priday January 1. at the time s in the Amerian ad et the full wo
rmit yW Ei rCi-. E B. D. P SC .S -en 0 we -M Slspoeeer 1- of the an aseeting of the Florka.
,wel annsiversary of our State or- r ctrs. Phillips John
ABganiaton. and we will celebr ate Ferguso. Jas. hanson. 2tae e s as he national sociatio. Any desired
0 0 h0with a Silver Jubilee. To this end Fernandps. Joe saI, s &m L. saddf, w 0 1114a1l, i IeaM tR matiom can be obtained from
__ Gary E. W. *osS. NATIONAL I
~i of ft e fi t h t S ujes trt & Plan whereby they hope to inter- Hardy, R. A. Richard ~,. H W- U& n h BI- -m-M AT-Axg ^A.. in lorid.
^w. ou eat every member and make it a Halstrom. CliaA. Romnsoa. J. --1.J. R-ul f oraW. La sehem C. n oart. Jus. PaRer. j
a l great convention, and appropriately i Wli 8 A K. 1- This contest shall be open to Willient. lee-Prn. CeAX. Ast. Casher.
S- glerw m be a. k celebrate our silver anniversary with Harris, P H. S Lmiley Otisundergraduates regular pupils of the
is adimiaw a, silver JUBILEE OFFERING for Jones. J. H. Stearns. W. M. h_ high schools of J1orila. -
the work In our own State. Jones. Wnm. Smith, Jas. ,hdeciasedatobebefors of*sa 2. The term high school" in this
J 0 0 Tlan ad5pted is s follows: A ckson, Peter Solomon, Manuel court on or botes5, day.of Oc- contest usall be understood to include ______________________
tu n nm mr f' ILVER JUBILEE CHAIN made of Jennings. W.J. Scott. Jerry tober.A. D. S and fieobjections, if nin tentl, eleventh and twelfth
Theai0 r N Ae ws*ibells l of silver cardboard will be dis. Joseph, W. A. Smith, Ja (c) ony rtl on s estate oters grae regularly junior and senior
*faftM t.Aa 0ew.played at the convention. Each bellKKob.JX. Sanc he' wl.e the same wil be granted -to said M sich ools.&0Ils
_Ai wJll represent and bear the name of a ettrer. A. Thornton, R. Joephne Touat or to some other fit 3. "Regular pupils" shall be under- Bt anK 1 rul
.. ... loyal Whfte Rbboner who from grati Lyons. O. B. Tarla. L M. person or pe rsons. WitnOess my name tstoo to mean t who are inregu-
Sttde to Gode forAour twenty live years Me2 nA. W-lbu ha. t is the day f September, A. atendane and pursuing the f2ll
lowG as"4ostr. of history and love for tbe organiza- Millser. Arthur Watkins J. P, 10. Henry Belliager, County Judge. course as prescribed by the county
" to heolWesser l- to.N .anl d a. desire to see great pros- Mason. J. F. Wood. L. sept30oaw4w for the grade In which he or she may V. A. jENNIN CARL .

to the State treasury. Morrison. J. J. eand for Escamnbia couty, Florida, will regular attendance upon the school
a A. A. w CO. ize will be awarded at the State JaaeTe e 14. k o be omuto o n which they are 'enrolled for at least M...CTOR.
&"Cleaed. s To every Union whose treasurer CoMina. G. W. Praser. Aaen at the offace or the Clerk of the Circuit contest. Q- Jerneam, .rst Thme. F. Weet. W. C. D
Stgpel, U? em.g CO "'Jo reports an umbroken silver chain (that Dunlap, Schmntm, N. S. CO win los at 1u rt.ock on, 5 Should the number of entries Gee. L iLaeppgn. W. I... Maer, J. H. Paie
22?WS S?.s 2mr YR is a silver chain in which the entire Heard.es. No. Tuesday. November list, 135. warrntu3ch action, the executive 2e Maye J. S. S se.l.r, J. A. We
bhr. IIA .. a ft _le1eer. membership of the nion is represent aird, W. C. Mitt, Chas ... A. McMILAN, committee of the Florida Edcationa T. A. Jenning-. Car- H. J.w.a. .,
Magmilau. Dr so. McKee. 271. or ed In the ailer bells and in the al- aett. Edward Everitt, Olter tI'erk Beard OG.am-inln^w Association shall provide for such pre.
WBve with 5 tom minaker eol. ver oer i1 will receive tree copies u.'.to O ..L By C. G. HA"De"S C.erk. lianary cotestas it" may deem
--- of The J. .ignal. equal In value Creckett. KE. PyCDa. G a. Oct.l1,1. aeceary E O A inNa otsAs BasRA INmG AND
LIST OP VESLS IN PORT. toMper cent Of their ilver Jubilee Car. Jim oms T '. TFhe fnal contest shall be helde WE DO A -- KAL BAKI G ANt
tOeenHhfpt ci Claior. H. L. prk, s Notice is herby g', en a eca-rd. in Gainesville. Florida, commencing iUS1XLICS.
n,,rrMsin -t BRlbos. 1399. Loali treasareas with a specl Dennis, 'ms. B. dance with the provisiaa coSn5toeaind the at 10 o'clock a. In. Friday, January
CoL*. ,. d committee to aid them, are asked to Edgar. Freeman Tlhonpasm. ABea .deed of trust mate by the Pensacola 1, 1ube of judges hall be
Sm -co operate with State treasurer in Fisher, E. W. Terrace. U. try lub _om y to R. _. Bunemell,
ig- MBr em. 1Sea 16. ', l- carrot the plan F-,.ter. Oliver Tart, H. Tr ,t9, the follow asecoa mortae Te umber ofjudes shall be -
Wo Real'to Ja<. A. MFrrttt f Co. Tar o hall'. Thes. Tompkins, W. bonds of the Pensaola Cauatry Club three, aln their decision shall be - ' *
lnmarst Ba 4 WIe, 13 The silver chain when completed .iddens. A. J. Thompuon, W. p. Company numbered 19. 2, -3. CS Spd 72, based uon the enunciatton, pronn-

i ".,'"..%TiA R., ,m,., w ., ag.1 a::::-,4, THE C AuIIZENS NATIONAL
to J. A rrtt & CAN Saed th Hernandes. Tony Wright, and from that date all interest on of the cmsAants. E judge shall,

to J. Ai 't B OItt Co. Insuring a proper record and credit Mitchell, Mike Walker. C, y I the First J. chrct st Pridg rd t .... S. or per
MDtweet Br. s. Bamberger, tor the t Mitchell. Sebastine Willams, M. g. .eM -t .t or'i a a~ utym---The- .. as shall be designated by the ..
M14 Lea PJg to the KeyerIMMe Please rememSber that the success anels. Joe W.st. Wyatt .- ,- P"aint. . -a ,- cutive com.itte. tme A., ---ePl d* seltgd. S. U. uInh
3. 0. Saitmeaih. ss Roger, and of the lana tor- a ri-eat iubilee Blackman. Robert bier, lumes a 'heren r w. orer seit the Vrads 'o theirree iudgew. The con-


39. Liverpool to0 Yilt G00-offering depends upon the loyal sup. Culla, Dan. R aYn. a" herelm attached, and it appear- testlat reclving the highest grade
Jattybr.Teefr o court by afidavit herein this shalltbe.Entit.d to the first.medal;JS. am
Wlit. Jacket, ws We1 port of eash member. Therefor Donahoo, M. Sties, Caesar day fIlel, that the property so levied upon aiu ndrtsecoettant eceiing te
St. VImt ntoJ. oO h.*_ not fall to place your bell in the ai- Htugins Joe under and by virtue of a writ of attach- nd the coatestant receiving the nex.
t, Br Ca er chain by contributing twenty- PrWtst N 11. met asue o of this olrt. that the highest grade h entitled to the he br s *
t r. fi. 7 Ave cents to our beloved muse. .. moi.o, .p terioai.ni vcoa_ .ma estants shall be known b y he o a
(g--l Co. MINNIE I CPEAL, Lambreth, R. P. Norwood. W. J. Jusdmaent can be obtained e e wil be their 1 Umwber upon the program and
.A...t... 13t, Gh Fo-r the State Offcers. Princt N greatly dis o Miaite to tMe value the title of their declamation only,
gtoa s MRS. J. A. WALES.Cobb. W. A. O5. B. I. T. thereof. It 1:s ter onsMered by the nd shall draw lots for their places a i
la M1r m, F, H w For the leeal chapter. iPritchtt, O 1. a steeko. m weresa P on the program.
ac chapter Pleasant, Ja. Ass-. Jas. sw eases. sters, raiture, etc., do 9. Pulls must have their applica CAPITAL P UPUD AND UNDIVIDED PF
m A lotOf old NNIEapM Brry. John Rane L D. theJLlm. %ft a 12 oyUi o nom to thebest
16 "Mu Arnes o n up 0 neit bu-tshfor M ill r Prein No. he oa t t e alsb ons fra tplacbeI thecontest Witn "ggAmgg
No ,w A. H, O d upi a t fori t ller.G G.. LW. Parish. F. P. I erty to be sold at the Meation oV=r by the principal of their school, filed . OOTON CAT . T.
te~'a 'siap. Backer. e a C de at Th IbrJ McBrertyaty. .t o at. th e cerer tos-a sN amDeVil- WH t hair ma of the executive w. A. D'aari J15.4 i W. DeC
-aglikga to-la~cW aabudle at Prcic -Nafityore and ,- CO.Adl.t3c of the Florida Educational A n general emnu *uus Temo*s* and Acesuats iesl;
kso. D C ,^ 1. oPre nto. t0day of OCtober, .a s. Asaociatio Asa B. Cla.k, Quincy., *mlM.
iegi rNor bk. me soro 18. Eaton, B1L V. W IL1.A A. g. imani circuit Coust. By Pla., on aor esre December 1, 1908.
M 4 Oab ..to R.A.. rMm. 'c- e. TN L C. l Ht, t,-.u-. The clsairman of the executive comr -
NwMt, Nor A f. A e k, Cr . A & a CO. -". -. - .- w.-t. atsal ha a list o the contest KNOWL OS- a S i
14a _wese A to a_ m er. .. .. p The county planIet a inte wt a mea.e Ck u t. estateas published by the 1'th of Decem-
u.. S a. e S n--- zl _sT.92 t iHsw Ss W ** 1.at#3 *3 i es ,- l ..to 2100Ve vs.on Artbe--- - Gu Sa
L E lo8 '. 1419 .so_ 5 plant and to eIr.B all sh nd Q Mnas otheo 1 4W of December. otrFIR . LI. AComr ,IN- ST
M e Do. ste[-, _B. L, W _have been erroneot-ly striuckg -_ A. .. 1_i9 the eanimant rthtn, CoM Weather Advwice. weag --g. W.
No Dt M. gha-M FA f&raen beUtC 2tawhi is r ie a to aiper to the bl to all is to beware of coughs and colds T
SNer h. ~ -..i33. ae, .su W of tthe Board Orag ma ?bawin.ThOr to on the chest-as neglected they readi-
ib tos MxR. BRoms. A ttes t: ANGUS MN1L &RAN_. ocgSLAre.rw 00sktvea r t (a) ly lead to paeuonioa, consumption or
gwt bW, Armina, WS to clekBoard sal. & ne per"abed Inamasn""* to* pulmonary trobles. Just s aor-:
By C. G. HAAR a. s Cosmty. A. M tsm=. Claerk Cr- soon as the cough appear i treat it a
raSogNo kibm" M Ot5,9o^1,W standard cue of America. Use as &I-i c a -
am bt Nd, In Court of Comty Judus, bato 4ster-- rd- erfectly harmless. A cure manU.

Ayres."J A- Jo ep h ineas ; to tft hus s ewith Me j Coqunty go- and recommded "by W. A. 'ses
court for Letters oO Rrs10 em 6efoere the e day of March. !Y emberte. di 1WIt and apothecary,
nAll Wek Toseantde of said County of am. T ee ENWRT BELLIjNGER, SetP la s 2e Pnni
As m u, sI riabe m ia, W- aee ere Pe a therefore to ate adneink- a-ant awubsmTcr ofmar Jur Sal Sw


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mar be ailed by the Spirit a
proved by their churches for the
of the Christian minlatea .
5. To promote plos aad uleetul
education among all Baptists..
The session of the body this year
Is expected to be one of special in
terest.
Minister's Conforence Program.
The following is the program of the
Baptist Minister's Conference, which
is to be held tomorrow:
1. Devotional Service-Rev. Win.
Edwards.
2. '"Magnifying the Churches of
Christ"-Rev. J. L. Bryan.
3. -"The Church and Its Missi "--
Rev. T. J. Fillingim.
4. "The New Testament, the Con-
stitution of Baptist Churches"-Rev.
T. M. Callaway.
5. "Baptism, a Believer's Public
Conesion"-Rev. Benj. Blitch.
6. "The Influence of the Times on
the Spirituality of the Churches"-
Rev. J. W. Senterflt.
7. "The Lord's Supper; an Obedi-
ence and a Privilege for Church Mem-
bers"-Rev. J. A. Abbott.
8. "Baptists and Christian Union"
-Rev. E. E. Rice.
A BANQUET
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good if you couldn't eat What good
can food do a child when as soon as
it enters it's stomach it i! eaten by-
worms. That's the reason your baby
in ailing, cross, pasty faced and thin.
Give it White's Cream Vermifuge. It
will expel the worms and act a& a
tonic for the child. 25c, 50c and $1.00
a bottle.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
D'Alenberte. druggist %nd apothecary,
121 South Palafox street, Pensacola.



JOHN A. GEORGE


PASSES AWAY


Prominent Young Man Died
at Bonifay Yesterday of
Typhoid Fever.
John A- George, wen know In this
city, where he had a number ot
friends, died yesterday morning at 11
o'clock at Bonifay, where he resided,
the news of his death reaching here
during the afternoon. The deeswed
had been ill for about a month. ty
phoid fever being the cause of death
Mr. George married Miss Alies Me
Lellan. of this city, about two years
ago, and he is survived by a widow
and an infant child.
The burial will be In the Argyle
cemetery today.
Read The Journal's Want
CoQ imns this Rotuii.


BAY.EPTI ST


ASSOCIATION

It Wm Conavene To-Morrow
in Twenty-Second An-
nual Sesion.

The twety-eseoud annual session
of the Pinaela Bay Baptst Assocl-
xtfc will DnyPO with the Powelton
Baptist htwcAi ( ouaie0 tomorrow,
Thuesdy. ana ld in aion un-
tl Sunday night. The ministers of
the body winl wet in a conference
for the dloasitem of interesting
theaes In eraltg and afternoon, ses-
sions teMonw., sad the annual intro-
daetury sriaon will be preached to.
mr Sw Uight by Bev. J. W. Senter-
Att, of Pmajsolsa Dr. L. D. Geiger,.
of Aqepla lPft., zeuepondng secre-
tary at the State Board of Mi-sions,
oat the Florlda Baptist convention, is
exac dr the session.
esociatian Is omuposed of
about twety-ve Baptist chfrhceg in
ANnbl>S, Santa DMom ad Walton
eountie and imelmdel the three
46umhas or that =aith in renacela.
The specifc objects of thq Association
aa expressed to Its odatution, are:
L To mits tOn inflsoce and pious
Intellfle of the Baptists within
t=e Ilois, aad thereby facilitate their
ulon ad Cooperation.
2. To form. aad encourage plans
sor the revival of experimental and
practical religion -i the spread of
the Gompel within the bounds of this
amodatUon and elsewhere.
3. To aid the weak churches within
ts bounds.
4. To encoerr-e and aid in the
education of pious young men who


MORE MEN WILL PRACTICE

ECONOMY
this fall and witer in buying their clothes than pre-
viously, and thowho buy at either of my two cash
toreas can e without acriing a whit of
the style or quality that belongs to the exclusive tail-
or's product. 1CKippewheimer Suits, $15 to $35.


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Streets
Phone .476


Solo-Prologue to the op0ra '11 Fag- that .a man could suffer from coffee .
Orchestra-(a) selection from the of unconsciousness. And to find corn-
Opera "Martha,"-Flotow; (b) Miser- plete relief in changing from coffee to .A
ere from the Opera "It Trovatore," Postum is well worth recording.
-Verdi. "I used to be a great coffee drinker. n01e1 1.auI0r WOrk U S. L M ail Launch
Soprano Solos-(a) Carissimas- so much so that it was killing me by
Arthur Penn; (b) Dear Heart, Mattel inches, My heart became so weak I We ish to announce RUTH
-Miss Susie Scholls and Orchestra. would fall and lie unconscious for an that, having insta1l1d SCHEDULE.
Boys, Chorus-(a) The Flowers hour at a time. The spells caught me 1 ... _Pensacola, Mary Esther and IBoggy M
that Bloom in the Spl.ng. from the sometimes two or three times a day. new and up-to-date ma- .Lie. e* a
Opera "Mikado," Sullvan-Master "My friends, and even the doctor chine for hotel ork, Fea1 nS- Mns y. Wednesay a
Malcolm Rafferty and Sacred Heart told. me it was drinking coffee that y ridar htl 7:30 a. ni, making regular ntop
Sanctuary Choir: (b) D Sanctissima. caused the trouble. I would not be- we are prepared to rnake at H-rri?, Mary Esther,. Camp 'alton.
threpart chorn acred Heart ee t v It. and still drank coffee until I you a piOpustion that u ,ves Bosy T
Sanctuary Boys' Choir. could not leave my room. U .. Thursday and Saturday at a. ., ar
Popular Songs-(ai. That's Mu si "Then my doctor, who drinks Pos Will not only economy driving ensacol .1
Jo' Me: (b) If it's 0" Enouh for tum himself, persuaded me to stop b ',, J mwe a .. For r-te atplyWto D. M iltMW r
Wah ingto. I's E0no or t ha eP et op but wffl give you a bet- Cm tra adIda
Washington. It's ~0 enoughh for coee ad try Postun. After much "1 Co"-tractor "ld Manger Landita 1
Me.-Miss Soplae 4* -. -_ hesitation I concluded to try it. That ter grade of work and a m th w alfo p. hone "*.
Orehestr--Ha-llSI iu fro m was eight months ago. Since then I s t t t be
written-Haendel. or than four months.spells, non exceed. Mobile Gulf Steamship Co
Male Chorus-'T the ofy l "I feel better, sleep better and am i ioonetiUon with the Atianta A 1,
C -^u-T J.a Mal better every way. I now drink noth- NEW METHOD LAUNDRY. Am K. Ra ay te,,*ip, ,Me.t
horu-r. In "tgre-d i l Mle j but_ Poum ,a touch no coffee, 117 W ROMANA ST. freight and pas-enger am vice b
Orcestra-Mr. radFinale and a I amn seventy years of age a! 15-17 W. ROMANA ST. ispesms. Pana City, A
-Henry Seel. my -friends think the improvement Pom 1 fhdrews, Mevili* and all points e St. o A
COMPLAIN OF DYNAMITING. qt-,it. remarkable. drews Bay. making connection withA
Considerable complaint is being "There's a Reason. S t. A. 8. Ry. trains Panama City, TIN
made by residents in the northern .-Name given by Postum Co.. Batle days and Thursday.
part of the county concerning the Creek. Mich. Read "The Road to COTTRELL. For addsten* ainfomst on for
dynamitiun of f a in that section. Wellville." in pkys. and passn er rates apply to .
Large numbers of fresh water fish Ever read the above letter? A new Finee ft. Cos, as. M ,
are maid to "nave been secured by one appears from tim to time. They PHOTOGRAPHS. A H. PIJV.. .... P aM
this method and It is said that the are genuine, true, and full of human- H. Pt., ,S, .,
r1raece comtnues to lacrease. n t, Penacs Fl -. N


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-. -THE RIGHT IDEA S.Palato

New York Mlnicipml Jour-
Our New
nal Comments on Side-
walk Scheme-
0Location
The New York Muanicipal Journal
rp and Engineering News, an authority Youll save needless
on matters pertaining to ZUmicipali-
V Bly fI cent issue regarding Pensaola's side- direct
walk scheme: COiIng to
Pensacola, Fla., seems to have the
right idea with reference toa sidewalk US for
construction. Mayor Goodman, in a
recent message to council, suggested,
what we have advocated several V i k s
times in these colamnas, that the city c o vlo
build the sidewalks and collect the
cost from the property owners. It is
-planned to receive bids for ten miles
of walks, and it seems probable that w wAto
HW- V'^on such a large contract Low bids willTh neo
..be received, a competent contractor






1 10 i~ihn iiiiin "W us imBot llenl *wth
be selected and proper engineering san- gives uS xclnt t
pervision can be given the construc-
tion without excessive cost. fril jies.
-Property owners will therefore n o-
cure good work at low 0cot, and the
city, as a whole, will benefit by a G N B O T R
uniformity in the appearance and aa- re
turea of the work which oum add10 S. Palafox.
greatly to e one ACe of the 1
mstreet.Repairs of walks also are to
Stbe performed by the city in the same
way. We believe this Is the right
idea."


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1MI cIf you are not keeping up with the
Ne w pleamm. you do not kneW what VW
MIP0UVI G ]gatMos of the ovorite authors have w-
books now on theVmarloet find these a"
some new authtos tmt wre pmakis thatr
J. F.. Foley, Chicago Medi- "

cine Manufarturer, is
HARRY T. HOWLAND.
Well grw ntisfers meo w.ess m. sw
-* Kms ELo w-hms 2M
John T. Foley, one of the leading
manufacturers of Chicago. Ills., and
the organizer of the town of oley,
i in n Ala., in Baldwin county, is in the city Y s
c *- f& *nk in g fon a visit and business combined says t ao Ia
"W fuee auis1on Keep it the Mobile item. He reports that the
IL81 Pt=eFood with such a rapidity that thebu ess
men of the North and West are look-
f Bed *o 13. At Al grc lug on in wonder. He reports tiatF F._I.
385. HCW~~t E uf i itatons.A- Blair and D. 11L Durnt, Of Foley,
who are In the eity today, arebTi f
ganized to grow winter celery. These
two gentlemen in conversation with jiectrical fixtawm desk lite
an Item repreaeStative, stated that brketa, et.
the new company had let a contract g
*for an artesian well teo supply the 0PATN Im SOmL5
water for the celery whi n is the
OIASA TWO SALVATION most e ysential things raising th E. W PEAKE,
producL They saY that Florida win- Pew 0adW
ter celery raisers have made more P s d
money on that crop than anything
else they have raised.
A large number of winter visitors
B G ___5 h A M OF I E S are expected at Fbley and Magnolia
Springs this winter. A new creamery IF YOU'RE
and cattle farm has been started at
Many Attendethe Concertl Major and Mrs. White, oof the place and they raising of a GOING TO
class cattle will be taken up by a PAINT YOUR
number of farmers. PAINT O UR
Given at K.a C. Hall Atlanta, Will Be Here A number of leading farmers from HOUSE THIS
Western cities are expected t Hs u e a
Last To-Morrow. week at Foleyn and they will, from FALL
all accounts, buy land at the place.
L ast -e etgThe"e farmers are believers in fer- B STre to get a goo d
The concert gw'ea last night at the Major and Mrs. White, division of- tilizers and they will go after the o
Knights of Columnbus hail on West flcers of the Salvation Army, of At- early vegetable business. &o )1t n htwl oe
Garden street, was a pleasing and lanta, who have charge of the Southi Mr. iFoley says tha thme soi oh a inte oneathat willn cove
very successful event, and a large ern division, c omprising about 20 of Cuba, and with the great weath- surface and one that
crowd who Alled the spacious hall en- cities, will hold -meetings in this city er a conditionstat prevail the Cbans will give greatest TeSIs-
joyed the evenings entertainment im- next Thursday and Friday. will not beien itforear lypodh uae
mensely. P The meeting Thurday night wi a
The concert was fo the benefit of e held at the Palaiox Street Metho wind, rain and the hot
the Sacred Heart church, and was un- dist church at 8 o'clock. roolwin. s E o 6a t 1 as re est un. --t.
transactions recorded Cesterday as fur
der the direction of Prof. Henry Seel, The meeting Friday night will be a amalsh by the Peac Abstract Os.
the orchestra being coped of musical festival i the hail on West Buck Allen to Willis Calhoun-Lts MC E
wprogam. was llaeh a nd ra Government street. 34 tO38 Block 145 East King Tract MIXED PAINTS,
ceived muca applause. They will be assisted at these meet-"hlr -$5 an JonDArodo$16 aGlo.
The following was the program ren- Ings by Lieutenant Alice Sickmaa*, Jas W. atvnd-1 Joh s n D Arnol tof$. a aln



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Orchestra- e two great Indian There aw w rendere numb remarkable Nto. 16 Bloc. 63p7 N B .l 1 West-
OperamesToes: (a) Red Wing; (b) a .a W H. K l t a81e to a- Companyt
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