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 22, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01220
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
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ING, OCTOBER 22, 1908.


aight the saloon of James O'Leary
was partially wrecked and on Mon-
day ixght the salooe of former Alder-:
man Rogers wya made the tar
met of the b6ob brler.
The exploasde last "Uht shattered
the two large plateglass windows ta
the front of the ale-ea.
Two famil-es livi=E oeive the place
received a severe shaklax up, whilp
the barte-der was arown to thQ
floor. This is the meeod time thil
place has been vislt4tby ex"polves.j

The Cuban Presidential campaign is getting on nicely, thank you.
_s getting o

MY Associated MPra.
New York. Oct. 21.-Three persons
were killed, four others badly Injured
and lives of a hundred more were
imperilled by fire ia the six-story tene
meat bouse at 83 Bast Third street
early today. Th de ad are:
List of Dea. -
Mrs. Yetta Moscowits, aed 25 years.
Maurice MoseCwItz, sed three
months, on. o Mrs. MiacOitS.
Louis a boarder in the Mes-
cowitz home.
None of the injured wi ndie.
The fire started in the b__ nt

sad beftee aa alara bad bees given
the lower part of the home wa
ablaze sad the lames were sweeplg
up the stairways.
Whea the alarm swept through the
crowded house there was a smad
scramble for fire escapes amda a-
eTrs, and for twenty minutes ttof gu
pS sad police wOe eapt by cary
Is the ftrighteaed on to sagoty.
Swas sot until the are bald bee
controlled a"d a search of th!e hb o
was made thatft was known any His
had me 101t..




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wtmu to WIUIS. O1. Dryas terny

lowy~awww aww was
lobvdby bb tft M0Ifteany Ifra
I~arf a lopmthe ealngo



Keboe's Name Not on

Ticket in Leon County

speciall to The Journal.
Tal*bhaa e. Fte.. Oct. 21.-The County Commissioners of Leon 9
co00ty, haftw fitted the name of J. Walter Kehoe from the ticket .-
It is to belMeed' a x wyers that this is in violation of section #
215 of the statutes. which requires the commissioners to place ona
the baet all names eTtifed to by the secretary of state. A *
*rumr is t at samet. ig similar has been done in Jefersoa *ad *
SGadi&e & catgi but Is not confirmed.


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etter to


States Senator Knox on
the Subject.

sue if no industrial dispute were In-
This is the plank which promises the
"remedy" against Injunction" Which Mr.
Gompers asked of Mr. Bryan a party. In
actual fact, it means absolutely nothing;
no change of the law could be based on
It; no man without Inside. knowledge
could foretell what its meaning would
turn out to be. for no man could foretell
how any judge would decide In any given
case, as the plank apparently leaves each
Judge free to nay when he Issues an In-
junction In a labor case. whether or not
It is a case In which an injunction would
Issue If labor were not Invoked. Yet this
plank ts apparently perfectly clear to Mr.
ompers, and in his letter to his follow-
era, he indicates beyond question just
what be understands it to mean. He as-
serts that he has the requisite Inside
knowledge. His statement that -Mr.
Bryan's party (for it was Mr. Bryan who
dictated the platform), pledged itself, ato
those remedies which labor has already
submitted to congress." Is a perfectly
clear and definite statement.
-The remedies which Mr. CromTners has
already submitted to congress are mat-
ters of record, and the Identllcation of
his "remedy" against injunctions in labor
disputes, is easy and certain. This n'rem-
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Union City, Oct. 21.-TelW-
grams received -announced the
safe arrival at Mg. le today of
Judge R. Z. Ta* companion of
Captain Rankin.,L wl as.put to death
at Reelfoot Lsake |a tneb Monday
night. The states *idcounty officials
are concentrate th r efforts to-
wards appre wno com-
posed the mob. *'
Circuit Judge J after a confer-
erence with 1 '.Patterson, to-
day announced t court will
convene here matxl y under mili-
tary protection, a is probable
more troops In apt .I those from
Nashville, will I~ nto service.
The troops ui The arrival will
immediately prO foot Lake,
and ai in that t4 ia quiet to-
night. While the .t of the sit-
uation is rolaIxed ti_ S extent, ap-
prehension is felt 'wbt may oc-
cur when the g iry Investigar
tion begins.



z .
The Mretoli Invaded by
Thise Who Are bp-
pflftSfl t Workr.

Charity Orgauzatiots Have
their Offers to Procure
Work for the Idlers De-
hMI, iSo They Will Now
ndevor to Rid City of
0 PROWLent.

New YorkO~.O IL-..-IrUstic M
Sto ridM the city at ita "howe'
amy wil he. idvecatd at a special

SJ 6016 o t bh e ved lan the n-ow
f the MCb -ty Ora--*-tinr Society
lthe l Ot vagreate from ether
tf be hs hieMoet so steadily eeo
last wi r O-at Robert. W. Nbbeard.
e of1 chma m aritieOs;. has asked
.l '.Sortw uadto a m oping
Whbt it ba i l tes that many a-
p oa9are f am tos to Dud work,
N tt t dilaesta to the city
Sthe last week was
936Uzii-;F"A<-W workt oI ot ered
by, rke ..u teach
c, tdo -oM ls-imed that they did
t "- 't" wNrk outside of New
Tsce .t far term bands met with
) oat IMd eMes work at the
We 3p IaU g refused.
'At o :-tl tomorrow one of the
g 'Wlee d to drivete va-
srave it 4the city will be to ask
the se--li-hm of at istrates, the
al.tee ald. he department of corrac-
uts, Uo that b' eobes can be sent to
UBlackwel'S klagg.

My Associated mess.
ChiOee. Oct. L1.-The )omb-aurier
o se bs att*ae to worry Chicago
gsatuS WM ro thaa a year, kept
u sP is lst tlatcht by setting
of f **'pIs is ta base-
omst 7t-'jththe en(race of a
S a atw str r t and SheMeld
veasm. nta Meont Tasem is
f to be tatersted.
This bomb. No. 2I. Is the third
beaded4 in as m ay .ights. On Sday

*6 f ,1ait --the I lbs history of
the Go"er r the dOe-
=nea priW-
Iseet.lve rq A.'*Wp had.tst his arm
Ia esopiUng ear s-as by yw laterven-
ties. secured tft m t*e Suprehme Court a
construetio of the asety AUllance act
which made it A .vital rm statute.
and therefore, as aured t hundreds
of crippled employee and widows of crip-
pied employes, compensation lbich they
woqi not otherwise have obtained.
The daily aers 6f Ot. 15 coptain an
open letter Mr, _uel Gompers.
presi t oen he AJmeea Fedoration of
Labor. to w- ddPiUen to vote
for Mr. Bryan. .
In that letter are 4q Cmrttn definite state-
ments which Interst. the w r Ameri-
can public qmite as much as those to
whom Mr. rompers makes his appeal.
These statements warrant all you have
said In your speech ad they would war-
rant you in s aldg Mr.' to say
publicly whether Mr. CompSes states cor-
rectly the attitude of his party and him-
self on a subject that Is of vital concern
to ever' citisen. Including every business
man as well -as vry armer and every
laboring man who to the courts for
the protection ofr h rights.
Mr. Gompers to is letter. asserts that
the Judiciary of ths country is destroying
Democratic varanment and substituting
therefore an r esons and corrupt
deopotion in the interest of corporate
power and hle mthdr makes telear that
the means by which he ,blevea thisa &Il-
dg4d el7ssm has be set .up In the
piec of democracy s by the process of
Injumct=in m Owthe- eer equity.
Mr. ompn r In h is letter, states that
his appeal to the U.uopc an convention
at Chicago for rm _against the in-
JunctIon was dened, a he then goes on
to state not that th eDemocratic
tY pmied ,a remet but promised
hm the particular rwedy that be al-
ready asked of ogres .6
His words 'are
IALbors representative then went to
the Democratic party. That party made
labor's contwtles Its own. It pledged
its candidates for every- voice to those
remedies which labor had already sub-
mitted to coego"s.'
The last e *~sA in this quotation in-
dicates very gaitely the speCice rme--
dIes to which Mr. Gmer understands
Mr. Bryan f rty h eas -itself.
las statemqent now es perfectly
clear I an Ia nt P*Invinthe try nnit
pllbrm w ateh Is- hwofe seerme
pUsMiwr to a vast msMr of earnest-
minded thinking o Whp are sincerely
Interested in the 586 a1race and the
legitimate asplatos of labor, and who
carefully r td bath platfOrms to know
precisely what hes each hold out for
ithe Improvemet of the conditions of
planik reds. as plowa:
OQuestlons of Judical practice have
arisen especially in coneetion with indus-
trial disputes. We deem that the Prtles
to all judicial ioq.eedhis should be
treated with rigi impartiality, and that
injunctions should not be issued in any
cases In which injun tions would not is-

Down on the School

She Got Children to a Pro-
tected Spot, Where They
Spent An Awful Night
With the Wild Animrls,
Which Had Sought Shel-
ter, Ro-ruing About.

By Associated Press.
Bay City. Mich.. Oct. 21.-A special
to the Tribune from Alpena, Miah.,
Among the most thrilling experi-
ences of survivors of the Presque Isle
county forest fires was that of Miss
Grace Barber. a school teacher 19
years old, whose school in Krakow
township was ih session when the
flames swept down unon the building.
A terrified farmer had rushed into


tp1 A double row, the latest at
the head. and ordered t.heao remain
it close order and not to bWeak the
tie. She then directed the leader to
head for a plowed field -,teby, and
the column started on run. Miss
BarbOr bringing up the rear to keep
up stragglers.
The burning embers fell thick, but
the teacher kept the children crowd-
ed close together and every ember
was extinguished the instant it fell
upbn ,any child's clothing. The fire
burned steadily for some time as the
blaze In tie tops of the trees ate its
way down.
Soon animals began to appear upon
the edge of the field and during the
night two bear made their appear-
ance. A fox came in. as did also a
wildcat, rabbits, patridges and other
game. But the animals kept well
away from the children, not even the
bears offering hostile demonstra-
Miss Batber kept her charges in
the flld all Thursday night and. in
the, morning s T' them home in
groups, piloting the smallest ones her-



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"- IS NOW $817.00:

S The Bryan and Kern Campaiga fi yesterday reached $817, a
-9 very good showing, and it is believed that the $1,000 mark will be *
* reached. Remember that contributions must be made before that 0
* date. and also remember that money In now badly needed- by the *
* Democratic National Committee lto wage the fight which is now *
* being made. Send in your dollar at once. DO NOT DILAY. 0
* The fund now stands:
* Capt-. rank Wilde. City .......... .. .................. i.* *
* Through D. N. Murphy,Ocktna, Fla. $
* P. Humphrey ...... ......... ...... .......9$ 1.00
* B. P. Humphrey ...................................... 1.009
* N. T. Alford .... ................................... 1.00
* N. P. Watson ........................................... 1.00 9
Dr. W. S. Miller ................................. ....... 1.00 0
Prof. Ira L. Gunson .............. .................., 1.00 9
A. W. Watson ........................................... 1.00 9
J. A. Humphrey........................................ 1.00
W.'E. Nicholds ............................................ 1.00
J. M. Deaton .................................... ....... 1.00 4
Geo. E. IAVlne ......................... ... ........ 1.00 *
R A. L. Maxwell......................................... 1.00
L. Pooser ............................ ........... ....... 1.00
J .. W. Mahaffey ....... ................ ............ ......* 1.00
S. L. Johnsoa ........................ ................... 1.00 9
D. MCN. Humphrey ................... ...........a .......1.00 :
W. A. Whittle ........................ ........... ...... 1..00.
S.Total ....... -..................................$ 17.00 I
Acknowledged yesterday .... ............ ..............$799.0
9 Grand total .................... ...................817.00
----- 9
9 9 9 .** *9 4** **9.***.99@*

B Ic of Typhold Fever
at Assecasted Powes, bone@ et health that the infect&os has

Chicago, Oct. 21.-The village of
Maywood is asu ierg from an epi-
diec of typhoid fever. Twenty-Gve
cases, hve been reported in te imst
ten days, with one death. Several are
said to be in a critical condition at
fte present time.
ItR to the I~tMet of the suburban


been caused by house flies carrYim
germs from the Disp*Tnis river.
which at present is stagnant anI law;
, also from the mouths ofa mwers opea
jag into the stream. The milk ftr-
nished to the villagers and water frt~
the uvaicipal plant have been awr
lysed and found to be free of iams.

NothmiU To ur
" Says Chas. Murphy.

*y Asmsaated Pres.
New York. Oct. 21.--Reports
that the race track interests
and fteoweis of racing are
raising a campailm fund of
$5",000 to he used for the
election of Lieutenant Goyer-
nor I.wis Stuyvesant Chan-
ler, met with a vigorous de-
nial by State Chairman Con-
ners and Charles F. Murphy,
leader of Tammany Hall to-
night. Murphy said ie knew
nothing of it.
Chairman Conners charac-
terised the report as an in-
vention of the opponents of
the democratic party, and add-
ed that the story contained
not one scintilla of truta.

Shermanu, Tex-, Oct. 21.--"Bill" Hat-
Ifeld today expressed his willingness
to go to cOtifarna.




Sold Judicial

Privilege to the Stand-
ard Oil Co.

Frank Monnett, While Pros-
ecuting Standard Oil in
Ohio, Says the Company
Made Campaign Contribu-
tions and Was Allowed to
Name Supreme Court Jtus

By Associated Prsm.
Salt Lake City. Utah, Oct. 21.-
Frank S. Monnett. fromer attorney-
general of Ohio, addressed a large
gathering of Uta democrats at a the-
atre last night. Mr. Monnett, after
discustiug the principal Issues of the
campaign said:
"The reason I left the republican
party and advocate the election of
Mr Bryan is due to the fact that
while I was prosecuting the Stan-
dard Oil trust in Ohio. and with every
reason to expect a successful assue,
the republican campaign fund It Ohle
was swelled by coatributlosi by the
Standard Oil Comnanr and in return
that company was allowed to name
the personnel of the supreme court
of Ohio, whereupon all of the Stand-
ard Oil cases were promptly dis-
missed. Then I became a democrat."

Was Reported by the Bark
Ocean Arriving in Port


A Heavy Fog Obscured the
Ship in Distress, Though
the Pilot Boat and Several
Tugs Went Out and
Searched the Gulf Until


An unknown bark is in the gulf
calling for assistance. Her distress
signals, seen by another bark entering
port, brought out rellet, but whes
tugs and steamers arrived in the
gulf a heavy fog had formed, obecur
tag the vessel from Igat. and ai
dark the tugs returned to the cit,
betag unable to locate the ship is
distres and render assistance.
The captain of the Rissiaa bark
'Oean, which went up to quarantine
yesterday. s ated the unknown bark
la the gulf yesterday morning fty.
nlg signals for assistance. He was
not able to correctly interpret tbh
Signals, aad on account of the fog
prevailing at the time he could not
lern her name.
The unkown vessel was about 10
m=U southeast of Penaacola bar
and ws under way, going in a smth-
erty directi n. The captain of the
Odean d s aet go ls her matance.
but reported the matter to the pilots
whea they boarded the vessel a
abort wild afterwards.
.After putting a xlot aboard the in.
coelg vessel, the pilot boat Pilot
WMIt in search of the vessel. but
after a long search they could AMd no
tree, ef her. Accordang to tae code
it *alls carried by the pliets the
signals displayed by the bark wore
.4ft *he wanted Immediate -as-s.

tttMk alm ae a search for the

*bof -the bark OS oeas ay
tae a the vosel was 2ying tim
Norwegian Rai.

OF On- M--

Japanese Premier Proposed
Toast to President of
United States.
By '"ss""d Pua.
T Oct. 21.-A nner aMd bA
gives %th evewains in honer of the
visit oa the Americaa fleet. by Pre-
mier Katsura at his realdence.
brought together about a themasd
promineest people, lueI ding an the
American ofleers, who wore lavied
to the aL Ther4 were no set
speeches. Premier Knisura proposJ
the health of President Rooevet,
and the American amibansor
O'Brien that of the Emperor of
Japan. A toast to thp Seet by the
premier was responded to by Arniral
Sperry. The ball wa* the most bril-
lisant function of the week aad
brought Aimericans &ad Japanese 1i
closest touch. American o0emo
daceMd with the wives mad daughters
of Japanese.
By LAseecialed Poems
Lake Mehawk. YT.. Oct. 21.-With
a large attendance of men and we
m= devoted to the welfare of the peo-
pie ever whom the United States gor-
ermaent exercises the right t gf mar-
disansip, the annual Lake Meobak
coferemee of friends of Indians and
other dependent people was begun
here today. The day was devoted to
Indian affairs and the opening ad
dre, of President Mumer Wsworth
Brown, United States commissioner
of education, was the feature.


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IrMiday; tresf east to southeast winds.





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Bomb.Hurler Still Worrying

Chicao's O(mbling Fraternity

Three Killed and Many Injured

in New York Tenement Fire



To reach all of the peo-
ple use both the DAILY
and the WEkKLY JOUR-

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Florida Southern Alabama



For the purpose of preparing bal-
lots for =ue In the general election in
zMopoilr A Board of punty Can-
nitalaaorsMiet in special session last
at, and spent several hours in the
.IUi ArmiM tAhe ticket to be
*SM iLPt pparUea will have rep-
appneUatation on the ticket, all have
amileess for state tBces. but the So-
ce ialt and Repablicans are the only
kprties opposing the Democrats for
edunty offes. The names of all can-
didales will aea n alphabetical or-
der on the ticket.
Tbs form of ticket to be voted In
the special bond election to be held
of November t1 was also prepared.
-A Lady Candidate.
Probably for thefirst time In the
history of the state a lady is a candi-
date for the position of state superin-
teadent of public instruction. Mrs. 8.
F. J. Linn Is the socialist nominee for
this position, and she was certified to
by the secretary of state as- being the
regular nominee of the Socialists for
the position.
Th. names of both Kehqe and Mays
wore placed on the ticket as- Demo-
cratio nominees.
Cait. A. A. Boghich, who recently
anaomaced as an independent candi-
dattefor sheriff, did not ile a request
for fiU name. to be placed on the bal-
lot and It wil laot appear on the
The following republicans' names
wre, placed on the ticket: A. McD.
Moyer, for tax collector; Pat iCagan,
for tax assesor; Jas. T. Stearns, for
county treasurer: F. W. Hayes. for
clerk criminal court; J. 8. Fleming,
for county superintendent public in-
There wIN be three constitutional
meuna ents to be voted for in this
election. The first one relates to ju-
diWal salaries, the second to special
taz for satte, schools, and the third
to the number of circuit courts.
CL F. Wooduff nfght watchman at
the VAet*y mls, was given a license
to Carty a gum while on duty.
The board wilT meet tonight -to re-
stofe .te ft to the rgistration list.
Bread Delivery.
The fir of last night in my bakery
will not enose any Interruption in my
4 md4*a n 'x m- wa dragons w*111 be o t
Th4traaty s.ranig as Hsual, making
4eIIVeryte aSy uastomners.

IiI 'dew"g C. Martin. candidate H
#$or letter, will be in PaneacoaFri.
4sa1 lght, Oct. 20. whe be will de-
Aler an address upon the Isasues of
the present campaign. The speaking LOCAL BASEBALL TEAM TO GO
4ats In this section of the state have
beeg artagaed by Chairman Wll H. THERE TO. AY ACCOMPANIED-
Price, of the State executive C mit- A
toe, aM- nchde a nupeber of cities. BY THE PENSACOLA CONCERT
Mr. 'Martin, who Is of Brooksville BAND.
t a forceful and lateresting speaker,
and he will liven up the fight now on The Penaoaola baseball *eam will
n la tis section of the state. The go to Bagdad Friday, where they will
cities where Mr. Martin is to speak play a double-header. The first game
and thie hour, follows: will be with the Milton team aml
Nhmiaana. Monday. Oct. 26, 8 p. m. te -second with Bagdad.
Chipgty, Tuesday. Oct 37. 2:30 p. a. The Pensacola Concert band will
Dealfay. Tuesday. Oct. 27. 8 p. m. aeempanr th. boys and will fur-
DoPsliak. Wednesday, Oct. 28, 8 ilh music for a grand all in the
$, m. pavilllion at night. A launch will be
Milton. Thursday, 4et. ;, 8 p. m. used to carry the Pensacolians. leav-
Pensacola. Friday, Oct. 30, 8 p. m. Ing Friday morning. They anticipate
S a grand time. as the Milton boys are
SMALL FIRE LAST NIGHT. noted for their courteous treatment.
The line-up for Pensacola will be
A small fire. which probably origin- as follows:
Sted from the furnace, damaged the gobb. center field; Angelo. right
bakery of Chas. Hartma= at the cor- field; C. Roache. third base; Gordon,
mer of Government and Reus streets, second base and pitcher; D. Touart,
Stheextent of about $200 hat night, catcher; E. Roache, short stop; Van
e fie department was called and Mater, left field; Chance, first base;
jtlagnishe4 the flames. Webber, Bruno and Peters, subs.

For The Lewis Bear Co., Inc-,.I


There la always ood luck in the
kitchen when "GOOD LUCK" Baking
Powder ls used to leaven the bread.
cakes, vwales and other daintles that
tempt the appetite.- No better or
more fortunate name could have
been selected by the makers. The
Soutbers Manufacturing Company of
Rlehmond. Virginia. No other name
than "GOOD LUCK" could so accu-
rately describe this fast Aelling pow-
der, that always proves saatetac-
tory alike to the dealer and house-
The 18 t9ps carried by tUe ear p,*V
tIned above were bought ans re-

cefved by the Wholesale Grocery
House of The Lewis Bear Company.
Inc., October 15th. These car-load
ales,. which are constantly being
a-e all over tke country, show the
popularity of "GOOD LUCK." It
roves to you that merit alone wins
the favor of the housekeeper as
"GOOD LUC has won it.
Th purity- aad leavesiag strength
t "GOOD LUCK" have been attest-
ed by eminent chemists and p"iy-
sioloilsts. who are loud in their
praise of it. It is fully guaranteed
angr. the Food and Drug Aet, June
30, 1910, Serial No. 13024. The

c-mi iaF -ft-
leavesv | Iody uI x 0. Ta na Lu tere al of ThaTe Journal. Special to The Journal S. wee l to Te Jowearl
SC. Baton Milligan, Oct. 2L---C. G. McCormick, St. Andrews. Oct. 21.-Dr. Alsend Milton. Oct. 21.-Two cars of wool
has movws htis:' fraCI&tR4N Bogy route agent of the Southern Express has been down for a few days looking were recently shipped from h.-re by
MANY CITIZENS FOLLOWED THE into al new cott l heare. He Compaay, was in town looking over after his interests in the tow of St. Louis Metzger. of Mobile. L. F. West
leavesM tIday with Mrs.daitmot and Lii- the records of the agency at this Andrews. George Alle and David MitebU
ODY TO ITS LAST RESTING e for wl place today. W.P. Cox of Troy. Ala., is here were large sellers. The price paid
Y TO ITS LS RESTING e for Penac were they will and Mrs. J. T. Hinote of Lau- investigating ts county, and is this year was twenty ts the
PLACE IN ST. JOHN'S CEME- spend a few days bag on their re- rel Hill, returned to their home yes- thinking of investing some in tWr pound.
TE trn will to to1M. aasta terday after spending several days in town Judge L. J. Reeves of Pensacosa
TERY, PLACING BEAUTIUL. Among the geet t tte Brooks' thin city. as the guests of their daugh- Col. Lamar from Milledgevile, Ga., was a legal visitor here today.
FLORAL TRIBUTES UPON THE House, we were p ed to meet ter. MIs. W. A Hunmphries. was down last week locating hi; Mrs. Eldridge. who has been the
A TRIBUTES UPON TE House, wewere a to meet Mrs. Sallie Morris passed through property here. He owns 18 lots in guest of her sop. Dr. H. E. Eldridge
GRAVE. and form the acqusaitauce with Rev, this city yesterday en route to Pen- the town. and family ftlr several weeks has
Mr. Curtis and wife. saoola. About a week ago John Gilbert, a returned to her home in Apalachicola.
Mr .and Mrs. L. L, Smith though 0. C. Franklin, of Milton. is a busi- turpentine operator swot and killed Mr. anad Mrs. J. F. Poore spent to-
The remains of Caut. Jacob Kry- back in their home at DeFunlak wita nes visitor here today. He leaves ugenDe Ie engineer on the day in Pensacola.
ger were placed at est yesterday atf- their usual generosity gave the free toni*ht for Milton. Sales-Davis railroad. George Allen -as re.turn.d to Mont-
Mrs. G. W. More, Jr., returned to- A few days ago two little boys gomery to resume his course Ina
ternoon in St. John's cemetery in the uee of their elegant new Idunch on day from a visit n the country of about seven years of age were out commercial school in that city.
presence of a large concourse of sor- Saturday to a party~ em m ed of Rev. several days duration with friends with a gun, And the white boy by the e Mrs. Oliver Kyle and baby of Mo-
rowing friends and relatives, who ed C. W. Woodruf aml wife, Mrs. T. C. and relatives, name of Adams. of Bainbridge, Ga., bile arrived tonight and wm le the
gathered at the burying ground to Eaton and her daughter, Lillie, Mr. J. A. Hart, of Cobb. was in town dhot the little wnegroboy who is now guests of her mother. Mrs. A. R.
pay their last sad tribute of respect and Mrs. N. Colver, Mrs. Relsinger toer day looking after hs cotton Miss Mattie Forester, a young lady Aster. Mrs. D. C. e
to one who had been a loyal aad chart- of DeFuniak and her mother, Mrs. W. A. Campbell returned to his from St. Andrews writes from .ler of this place, who has been visiting
table citizen for a long period of Bruce from Ohio. Mr.,lmith had his home at Florala, Ala., this morning teaching that she iomes w Eerladell ease sh is tton. George Allen, er
years. engineer, D. B. Powell act as pilot after several days spent with his Rev. Boyd, thte s Balt miniser of Sam. Pe oson e Aleng he
The funeral services were- conduct- He decided to sail up to East Pas daughter, Mrs. G. C. Hamilton this place and John R. Tompson, fair in Montgomery.
and as we struck the bay the waves Mr. J. W. Garrett, Jr.. and wife, ac- left on the Tarpon last Wednesday S. W'. Balentine and J. C. Brashears
ed at the family home on W-t and as we struck the bay the waves comp by Mrs. Garrett's sister, for Apalachicola to attend the West were mong the busless visitors to
month street. and the residence was were running high, the spray falling Mi Vesta Harden, came over yes Florida Batit Association which re amon the bodayss visitors to
Sailed with many who 'had come to on the forward deck. As none of us terday morning from Crestview to convened there last Friday Rev. Mr.
gase for the last time upon the fal- got seasick we enjoyed the motionvisit Mrs. J. T. Garrett. Winman filled hi.< regular appoint-
liar features of one wlovedo they of the boat over the waves. Going Mrs. Catherine Garrett left yester ment at tae Methodist church here
o lod es of hich wasa own the pass we cod see the daymorning for Deer Land, being morning and evening Sunday. ESTO.
rou lodges of wh he was a m -own the pass un we could see the led to the bedside of her daughter, BudBrock has moved into his ESTO.
bor. including those of Joppa.Lodge gulf we turnediLck as landed at Mrs. D. McCollum, who is reported new house in Ware Town and is
of Odd Fellows, of which he was the the Woodward dock, and going up-quite sick. bPo-e new house in tWo re Town and is o -.--
oldest member, attended the ser- to the house we remained there for r o bul ding two. or t hree c ottues to .our.
vices. an hour or two to have a lunch and tw S- i- 21-Maor W Robbins
From theed eo e uneral o, the ha beense W. Mots brothers went out fishing a and family attended a general meet
the body was lowered Into the grave, years before. Destined, as the place is nw agofmu.let.rbedewithef onday.
and the services of the Odd Felows called is a lovely l e w-h the bay -, V w. barrels of mulet besides the roe. Monday.
ondte n fonwt d ad grvs of maLn&ia and I On the 17th of this month at the R. T. Hughes and wife visited
conducted. in front and groves of magnolia and Soecial to The Journal. Buena Vista Hotel in St. Andrews friends and relatives in Dothan. Ala.,
Many and handsome oral tributes hickory trees in the rear, the latter Bellview, Fla., Oct. 21.-Everybody Dr. Janseaions and Mrs. Willman, Sunday.
were placed upon the aewly made loaded down with nata nearly ripe. is getting ready to gnrad corn soon. the proprietor of the hstel were mar- J. N. Smith and wife visited rela-
grave by loving hands. In the yard we *Aw a large orangeA large crop is expected this year. tried. Rev. Boyd officiating. After the tives In the country Sunday.
tree, looking very temptiag with its Rev. Booker is aoldit ,, protracted ceremony a fine and Sumptuus sup. Mr. and Mrs. H. L Johnston, st
Headaches and Neuralgia from Colds. golden fruit. Powell cilaSg all aboard here. He is greeted by large crowds ceremony was spr a fne and sumpe guests up.did Mr. and Mrs. L Johnston, T. ot
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the we were soon o ard bound, y ht t l cloeWenes r wasspreadand all the guests did GracevlUe, visited their son. T. E.
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the we were soon homr-ward bound, every night. It will close Wednes- full Justice to the occasion. Johnston, here Sunday.
world wide Cold and Grip remedy making the eight mile trip In forty- day night. He is an eloquent speak- fu jtice to the occ JohnM. Boden made a trip to Pens
removes cause. Call for full name. five minutes, every one of the party er._- J M Bolden made a t.e to Pesi r
Look for signature E. W. GROV feeling grateful to Mr. Smith for giv- Hilliard McNair and Miss Sadie T-s- cola one day last, week on business.
25c. Ing us the chance to have a day of Coeley. of Myrtle Grove attended BEULAH.he wells In this section are nt a
unalloyed enioyment, church and Sunday school here last fording enough water for use. due to
Many, very many years ago there Sunday. The attendance at Sunday 9-- w_-3. s^-.= the, which began about eight
was up In New n0gland, a wideawake school is very encouraging. weeks ago.
boy whose parents were wealthy and A play was given at t-e home of Special to The. ournaL W. P. Deshaos will gin only on
had an aboademnc o everything that Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Helton Tuesday Beulah, Oct. 21.-Cloudy aad cool Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for
OO N money .would b, and yet wishing night when a large crowd was pres- today, and It looks a itf we would get three weeks and then only one day
S to see more of tfe world. he was not ent. Everybody seem to enjoy It. the much needed rain before night. in the week for the rest of the season
satisfied to remala at home, and -o Games were Indulgeld until 10 o'clock, Mrs. A. Waters. and daughters, Mrs. as the cotton Is alot harvested.
one morning his chair at the break- when all departed. Those present Maggie Hirst and Miss Lizlie, are in I. Ham had Just started lhoIe after
fast-, table was 'acant Amidst his were: the city shopping today. he had attended to the business, for
travels he ;append to reach West Misses Ethel Broughton, Agnes Mrs. Ben King was a Penacola which he came to-town, when his
Florida and'being as every one who Stesnall, Mand and Lola Staples, visitor Wednesday, mule becinme frightened aad he being
comes herIs. t delighted with our cli- Mary Temperance and Emma Cra!y.- Henry, Denroe and Albert Cobb, aso- unable to hold the mule, the buggy
mate and surrounding% he traveled Messra. Sidney Handrop. Leonard companies by their sisters, the Misses was entirely demolished. Mr. Ham
no farther. t&. la mesting a love- Chberry. Jessie and Aaron Ard, Frank Mintnie and Diro were In the city was not hurt, as he jumped out of
ly Southern girl of good f tafly, there tgan, 1111 hIvetrs, Elvin and Her- shopping and seeing the places of In- the buggy.
was a mutual attr~o and a wed- rtStaples, Allen Water3 Andrew tereat in and about the city. ths
ding followed. Among their numer- and Willie Maloneme. Duane Brewton, week. i d
Two Gasoline Vesl With ous descendants it feuAd the wife Jim Walker, John Steasall, Marion Marion Busby was a business visit-
Sasolin V sels With of one of DePvalak'q attorneys and Cowea, Henry Barnhill. Ji!m Melton, or to the city Wednesday. FALCO.
Ten Men Aboard Encoun- one of her best eftsfs. The young Mt. Bell. Mr. Abecrombie. Eddie and James ilaher was in the city oa l ,
couple while looking for a place to Malvin' Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Tom business Wednesday. He is one of Z*iS
tered Heavy Storm Off locate in oiae*hew disaovwred what White. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cravey, the many who will D ant cotton Isn bsesal leTe J.,waL.
a be"tiful spot 4hre was on the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steagall. this neighborhood next year.
Gold Beach on the Curry point where Choctawachte bay unites The school is progressmg nicely Lonni, Hirst, who cut hi' foot bad- ~l, Ala., Oct. I.-B. H. Hancock
COast. with East Pass, where sea bathing is with a large attendance. ly a few weeks ago. is now able to salesman for the WellesAahn Co., ol
unsurpassed and where fish and oy- be out again on crutches. The wound Pensacola, la in town today.
sters abound. Going Into the fl2. i-- is healing nicely, but It will be some D. Wilkinson was quite aick the
business for a living, that New r Eng- COTTAGE ILL tme yet betore Ae will be able to ft o the week, with grippe sa
By Assclatd resi land boy set out those trees, ipak- do any work. the week,
Marshfield, Ore., Oct. 21.-Two gas- ing those shady walks that took our ... Miss Mable Taylor, wao has been fever.
line schooners witenh en I tancy on Saturday to make their very sick at the James Snowden lone E. M. Thomason and daughter, Miss
liae schooners with ten men aboard home pleasant There that happY Secial to The Journal is now convalescent. anl her many oisy,. visited the siingg couvent on
are reported wrecked of Gold Beach. couple raised their children and final- Cottage Hill.. Oct. 21.-Tlhe (ot- friends hope she willH aoon regain her 7, Nwe dventa
on the Curry county coast. Whether ly pared away. and the old couple's tage Hill M. E. Sunday school pie- usual health. at Newel Sunday.
any lives have been lost cannot graves are in the shade of one of the need on the beautiful lawn at the Miss Mary Spare is expected home T. M. Bundy, of Laurel Hill. I
any lives ave een lost nnot be trees he set out. A brother of the handsome residence of Mr and Mrs. Wednesday from Madia5 Fla. doing some carpenter work for u1pt.
ascertained, all telephone communi man came down to visit him and en- HI. E. Corfman last Saturday. The where she has been teaching school J. H. Gve this week.
cation to the south being cut off.' The Joyed the fishing, but preferred to day was spent in -playing games such this summer. J. H. Givens has the best pack of
last wire went down after a brief anes- live ua north, as ball and croouet. F. E. Maxey and Arthur Spare and aon, Louis, were blood hounds of any one in this see-
sage of the disaster reached here One afternoon la=t week the Miss Georgia Fields proved to be the in the Deep Water City Wednesday. tio of the country. Hle has tried
last night, writer and his wife went a fishing on champions at croquet. The picnic A. J. busby cosmmecqd' to make them on several occasions awl they
The schooners Enterprise and Os- Powell's dock. I shall not pll how dinner was greatly enjoyed. The syrup this week. What he has have never failed to find the man
prey left here for Rogue river Sunday big the fish were, that got away, as table was well loaded witi choice ar- made Is of excellent quality. He has busted yet. Often the trail haa b"ee
morning, the Enterprise being in tow I heard Rev. Myron ReMi. one of tiles of food, such as only the best a load contracted to be delivered in several hours old.
of the Osprey -tlcaise there was only Milwaukee's ablest preachers say of cooks can prepar.,. F. E. Maxey the city Saturday. D). D. Miles and his baby girl were
one captain for the two vessels that but one truthful fi-herman ever had charge of the ceremonies. At Mrs. H. M. Suasy was calling on very aick yesterday and, last night, but
A heavy storm was encountered lived, and that he was Simon Peter, 4 o'clock the people departed for friends In Beulah last Monday. are much better today.
Monday morning and the vessels were who said "We cast our nets all night, their homes with expre~arons of in- Miss Eva Waters, of Muscogee, ais J. A. Lewls, lumber inspector for
driven ashore by the gale. The Enter and caught nothing." I will venture tense enjoyment. and wit:i a feeling teaching the school at Klondike, thin the Keyser-Muldon Co.. is hi town this
prise, valued at $10.000, is said to be to say however that we had fish for that the day would long remem- being the second term she has taught week with orders to ship 209,0 0 feet
a total loss. The Osprey, valued at breakfast the next morning. bered. In that district, or more of lambeL
$8,000. may be saved, it is reported.
Aboard the Osprey were R. D
Homer a cannery owner; a man named insurance, $7,500; origin unknown. EXTREME PEIJAUYION,.
Rich and a traveling man ina the nemI-II l I The following is a list of the property ,-
prrny.o chandise stock, $68,500, total loss; C. ties here are taki m res t pr-

Rich and a traelig mn n ee-rture, loss .$100 H. L. Deea, rtables Ay Ot 21lv. -Th < te-
S-- and store, $350; Witman & Witman, every a-reideat visiting his house.
TWhe R Ospry carried acrewamaged stok, c92A; Miss awiii tn ls$, Quts3tao0le; cnaeacters nave been or
FOUNDER OF THE DEEP SEA HO DENVER HAS A HALF MILLION millinery etoki damaged lS, o Noted *eP~rted.
men VA. ROPOE Othis year with losses aggregating $26.- HER ANf SHE SUICIDE

COMPESSSED AIR. REPTON. i *|| aa*i** Chicago, OCt. 21.--EsIe LaharJt,
III U l 12 yeo- of aH. com-tted si.ed
st ,$20 -1 at, her hasie here today. v he left
-By Associated pres. y As-te WreULnUO I LII a note- aylag "everybody akeaa to
New York, Oct. 21.---John Arbuckle. Denver, Colo., Oct. 21.-Fire, evi lhst,'" an*d then turpe" on the .gas in
founder of The Deep Sea Hotel, for dently of incendiary origin, today de h er I where she was later found
working girls and young men, ha ex-troyed the elevator of the Hungarian i t dead.-
plained how be hopes to save the Mills Company. Loss, $450.000. tIn I HE A I SII-
SUnited State cruiser Yankee, which the elevator was stored 4.000 bush a.
ran aground on the Hen and Chtick els of wheat, which was conumto d. Pe ereas Whoe dit W CeoW*

reef. In Mr. Arbuckle's own words is Fires had been sta-ted at several osed of most wholesome foods
this: places in the building.
S"W will brace the different decks IT 1S TO CEASE IN NEW ORLEANS; ye COm tlU V* ter from dis-
LUCK. so that the pressure of air will not Fire at Rept*. aseeactive mentally and
disrupt them. The hatches and other Repton. Ala., Oct. 21.-Thirteen AFCAUSE OF FAVORABLE RE-1 Ce
Patented. Moisture-proof, Tinfoil, points will be made air tight, and then frame b-ilding burned early yester-
News Board Can perfectly the compressors will tfoe the air intodma mornIng: loss, $12,0 e-to $15,000; PORTS RECENTLY RECEIVED
S o a Perectly pr the hold of the vessel. The air is FROM THE PACIFIC COAST.
serves the powder until It goe into lighter than the water, so the water " C -T
Cie flour. The Lewis Bear Company, will be forced oat. We turned as the MBy Associated Pr. e.
Inc., have the market of the wM orld nmewe air into the hold of a New Orleasi Oct 2L-Aamenacing
from which to select their sujnplk-.[ steamer that all the other wrfekers today that attempts at whelessle e x- W
o hicn owd selectether s"i '. Ia had abandoned. after spending $150, termination of rats in New Orleans
the Baking Powder line they handle ad had given it up as hopeless will erWse Tor te present, City Health
largely "GOOD LUCK" because t ey Job, and in thirty minutes we raise Oflcer W. T. e oly mAid: ~
have found It gives their euataers the $1.50.000 steamer of 12,W00 C4ationt Ie ial man are now s
greater satisfaction. This concerns tons." cosabatUai the Iraieaoic plague mac-
affairs are carefully m~aa&d by nc THREE EARTHQUAKES. ce __ e ly* e the-lbaMie aeast, a" -- --
afairs are carefully managed by fn- p A.soag press. cM there Is alwe veaon to apprehend ly.Maatl
tlement named below: Manila. Oct. 21.-Three light A t further spread thi dease. Not cleanly Made whole
shocks of eartuake were felt here d Aeaser-Bsh t is a e until there is immediate danger wheat rr
Mr. Morris Bear. Preadent today. The phenoftea now has con- ustt.l spring. refreshing bevw should other Amaerieaa cities inaugu-
Mr. M. L. Bear. Sec'y. and. Tres.- tiuued at iatess th.sghu~ three tagpe.a s tlso asra os n e a e.qr-tgr against the rats
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SLEFT ERE YESTERDAY AT NOON I I the thousands of Pensacola buyers of seasonable merch
::" j_1 Me ou>mjt - STO GO OVER T HE YEiL ow STIM T will cardully dissect" the advertising columns of

TIP 0001 it. ,,datumier sd RItar o Le He is of the Same Opinion The Sunday Journ
at Falco Junction, on the Yellow RiverhSu dyJ u
+ .1 I I.. .-,-.--division of the L. & N. Lace yester as Mr. Bryan as to Inten- ,
; '. 0, of MUtea, w a bi It | day afternoon. The news of the ter i
va lt 4W P t cola yesterday. W ll rible accident reached here immediate. tlOS Oft R ibicans on .
* ly after its occurence, being wired Earl coW h ean
Orti Opsr- oeid.l.& was ee $1 H l I I2l to the local ocialts by the agent ar Election Day. *y w A HI 1.
WK ago",by vima,.joh, W IL L .O wirlco. The body of the unfortunate y AR I---tt I t ,O O nh
Sr the onductor was almost cut n twain, a W ARIN pos ition, better typography,
S " " R l I l iiPII number of freight cars passing over It. L.Aa..i hMIllnl *--'1.lLI T7 l'TDV rllTIl*
Maft J; i4. s tasitt t ",toI According to the advices received New Yor Oct Seaki oft DPress. r'VI&lY5 AIAALb.
/lkL Of at e tisschurch.umere, fte thihwtottPn New York; Oct. 21.-Speaking of the
at r Rttthef..attt. eiph's here te train, which went out o pe charge made-by William J. Bryan
=a 6 0l 'W O 6 heftt saoola yesterday at noon stopped a that the republicans are preparing to
............ ... to pe nm r of s on th election DemocraticNational th -- han--
the side track. This was done, but Chairman Mack said that there was no
Sfpeaw Jct- i coamd, Vas, e The RepUhicans Relinquish the conductor tailed to set up the doubt that the republican organiza- R O
W A Sm the u14er's e t brakes on the cars switched, or else on was obtaining money with which
sO olv t cTheir Chim to S- arsfromrollindown theywould endeavor to repeat the QUALITY COUNT Leal Adsements.
the stepe grade, where the track Ipurcha g plan which, he alleged. ir. and said E.
a "" s c .I ,--.the stepe grade, where the tck d were pursued in the campaign ot W'A E NOTICE OF SALE. and Alex. Friedm
.ilMl Jale,.e g gea Vguar. with "eu. located. CH! 1296, 1900 and 104. Mr. Mack said w nder and by virtue of orders made *-r-tors.
rtdias sk hillogld sh _ealk,_ was The engine had left the sithand Ih "I think the letters of Mr. Harriman
An"ot me.e.u- ..I&.as.e. was on the main track, while the con- Ifr tif e southern Division of the Middle liability to whih-
Sv-e ,St IaM TI la 4- _1e arc b- was on te mas in track. hie- "e-co- and President Roosevelt prove pretty Iistrikt of Alalama. and of the District at any tlme subje
*t Sm e. Thne followlaw rresodence be- ductor was tending n he side t well what was done in the 1904 cam- Court of the Unlted States for the North- sand doulars ($10,0
twees Secretary W. C. ~Monroe, of the watching the crew couple tip cars pign in the purchase of votes. and iE 11 stri.t of l.orida, bot sttn l n e naas of
NI mse. .n e M a Kerm Club. Mayor C. wh there is no question but that the re- -prings. Fla.. ling the Rgal iours forty-tour shares
m s ~ R be a- .... lb Mao C C on the siding came down the grade pJbhll o4ganitiofn 1 preparing to Fo d S- thn of sale on Monday. October 2ptha 190s. all man. of Pensacol
S Eis r vier Go A4Iin SMA CaLt. W. IL Northup l8 striking Conduotor Parker. He was dotheSa n thi or lade Something nelx- th property nu the Bonhaf Lemb"n besor_ thrne
sve j ent ak toeTr. Ylepeastery: knocked down and all of the cars do they do not rint their campaign tils season. Most correct y SsXrption. at in Walon Count, who subscribes for
*- la Oct 20= 1 pa8 pssed over the body, causing instant contributions they can do anything d Fl norida. .The property includes sawtmt E
it aiciy Te- daea, c. g.dwa. gcty. death. rreda they please and handle the money in Icreaten, and as expected v . mile. s .a sal to
S S- _aM" ***W Dear Sir: I bae been directed by The deea was 4 l, r any way they see At Notwithstanding everyone Mevers shows them of commtniary goods, three hundred thou- oitSeaw4w
W, tre- rIed tie cl ni of the Bryan boarded at the Lewis house. He has the eorts that will be made to pur- sand feet of lumber. more or less stand-
^ *Mr f m mM *i ? i brother in Atata. Al-, and an ancle. -ti IB. Thg Styleg WC haive IS ins tbrothr aer tinAtt las P.roprty eOTt OF PA-e
t st 0 ad e KTa CM t o aaae appcatio er in Attal, the election, I agree with Mrw thet. The style we have 1 ing be aold timber lease s. Property NOTICE OF PAR
e to to F mtto yew or thesquareon J .M. Seigler, at Holt, Fla., where the Bryan that he wi i be elected." Mr. upon a most natty last, a Pat- orI. lcmnbrMces. ale win be u et Nottco is herebyr
.*. t'".ft l e veiag t~ ev1 ll, 1ad. burial will probably occr. The you-ng Mack Id that e Democratic cam- C h h I public outcry td highest bidder for eash. Inersbl heretofore
S" .SLof ait The Jornmas it "being the % a many friends In the toy who haad t o ar about 250,000 ent Colt Blucher, with style aertis _buk f.or_0 ,.Cl re.Bu- j.. f t ar n t~
thisH g Bt .s w he be ry ri the T __ e t,-t_ _meeergerey al peeping Out from all Sides. ders returned imm-ditely after sale. mnt Conmpany, h
-IM r "~.he W- n. J Bryan =d the Rom Joe W. ..... o -- f all --s d TAT o further information address the o.l by mutul
SgJs 1. a th Ke, tihe S i b S."ees. t4r DETAILS OF THE 1 1-fl) Nll $3.50 PAIR. undersgned at Dothan. Ala. ill continue
S- "the ces of tpsIMe t am vice-preet- BAD ACCIDENT Newness and Goodness. Trustee in Bankruptcy of Etate of Bon- Mr. MoMO hav
eer'A- T tt. wt ,i-A - IIII1m 4 IS U / ham Lumber Co. iSoctlt All accounts due b
t/ SU that.youme. a meatS M The Journal, ibyo d. L. Anise.
Trung that you wMI adie me at .al to The Journal. I- n the First Judicial circuit of Florid the. enr is to be
e- i. ng- . .; ert Don to use the Flco,Oct. 21.---aductor ArthuA Crcuit Court for Esambta County-The- day of September.
Y.. M _S Um we doetd to square for *sok t pos oe.. asid date, Parker, of the L. & N. railroad, was flflil l aml tmnltr., Plaintiff, vs John Vasso. s

csre em aWON *tThe Bryea .eaod. toI uetlsb. HIU, Fla., cn what is known as the [ i r poty herein attachedG and it apa otl o s art
,. d charged a e W" ..a. ,4qnroe, "Yellow River Route" of the L. & N.. Ing.. .- urn ers or n to the court by affdavit herein this ined, executors
t....o.s..Lrt.J. o Sr. by bei crhed to death between | 1 102 South Palafo x Street. n ^ dtb rtu e t t-- M r-ch
w M WIl -. w on asItM e n- the engine of his train and some issued out of thi cot thate al account and
y e e Mi' empty ears which he had jst placed i said property is of a perishable mature. of Ecambla
..e d U L I and liable to great deterioration in value at. be dieahaZg
SS at' S at P1l0- Fl..7 -.190 a trker.was incharge of an extraIaLd h ct o kee the sae utl
n wy 75 degrees at S and Kern Clb, t, freight going toFlora, Ala., and had re di-proportionate to bye alue
. Wha. .bth b .as -Dear Sir: Inl.Wvor.t I.yWr letter several empties to set out at Faco NEW YORK HAS A SHREWD GANG court that the sd pretty osMist st20g of
atm :t 0 m. Last ;. a the 2 th inst.,..b. to., y thet the Juanction aiding, which Is on a steep a stock of good wares and merchapdisue CLERKS AN
alm -he ~ ~ Republican Club 3Md. yny y en- grade. He set the empties on the OF THIEVE.& Wb.4 AFE WOR- show cases, county rs., rur et,_ e Nte is a
*T ae ..... -.---dlted.SeuvIlle Square for November sidingIandl went back to th.e -.main OFF!-tbeothe oar .
eri Abft k"lisi RYING UNITED STATES OFFi- irTr hhe to t o Forida.
.* s l fth eae Mav g aial- tookthe mattWeUp v #wH 6 W. 1W. H Kn. Conductor Parker was riding on CIALS OVER THEIR OPERA- P *rt3 to be sold at the location ef said Oobr, IS the f
-- e its"aithethe tet 1 s ma. t -ir LL s ,. a theeagqa e on f RomanV and Ve re duy i

thewlt wt eRepabl ed to te ownd, iteat to -at dered this the 2th day of October,- ey 1
A Urstol 4t Matthew sMAbs wVrote e a BSer reliaquish- the aboose It went by him. A. M. McMflan, Clerk circuit ourt. V tety:
a doVred, has 'been S the rSh' e R l l ust as he stepped to the. grou, Pmr...s.-p S Forces of Men at Navy C. G. Harteld, Dp e -. ch. m,
awt..4 hY the city a thriie. The favor of theBryan and Krn Club. the empty cars, which be left on the New York. s there an or- ck.
e a w aaed ltwreiorder'sedrt-Yu ind cosed omy of his siding, and which had begwa moving ganized band of thiees plandering Yards Will Be Out of p Apni NOTICE to 2.W Carng i2
ymt*r4ay &ad wa..ordered Caotinud. letter to nme. -. toward the main line on account of cases of silk. lacem M other goods Yard W l Be -ato e sTn tOutel 5of n
It is e l eed that fackleford wa Yours respetf tly,. having run over the pieces of wood Imiorted by New Ye tr' merchants? Their Tobs. whre R .n me h ld .User -H. T- eFP
ed a wa *was ne lw staying l his C. C. GOODMAN, which were placed In front of the The Merchants' AssoMation thinks with the Board of County Colem' Ja Cpsmit
yair a tw EI-to Mayor, wheels to keep them from moving, hit there is. The United States author- .af n" i maor bo- AW Slk
m -and Jammed Conductor Parker be. itles are not willing to concede it. e .atio freitoliosW sK
Local Weather Obserer Ree Y Capt. NFith.p' Letter. tween the engine and the empty cars, Both agree that large quantities of A special from Washington to the r lVliier and Government streets o t said
twi yesterday the Mant from Pensacola, Pla., Oct. 21, 1908. derailing both engine and cars, and goods have been stolen from cases so New York World says: County and State: an citeen. of such N. S-aeF
Panama City. e went there for the Hoe. C. C. oodmna, Mayor. City. killing Parker immediately, almost skilfully that on the surface no sign Accounting and disbursing officers ction district may ow te ny spe
prpo oo Ilo pertg amMn en Dear Sir: Referring to converoa cutting his body in two just aA th- is left of the work and the tefts of the navy are gasping for breath on to be held on Tuesday the Thir day of .-Theo B
for the eat-bIlobnent of a sub-weather tion with you thls morning as to our waist line. have been disovereh only when the account of the order issued Wednes- November. next, why such permit should nlx M Vo', inspe
*talon ad wil recommend to the de- engagement of Sevile ST are for the His body will be sent to Holt, at cases have b en opened. Dozens of day directing them to pay employes ot be granted MMILLAN A. D N
partemt at Washington that a storm nht o November 2nd, beg to say, which place his uncle, J. M. elgler, pairs of fine kid gloves. yards of val- at navy yards and arsenals once a Clerk of the Board of County ommiso- .in T Me.
warning.mart be eirted at that place, after consulting M Bghan and lives, to be buried. uable laces, rlea sl many Pars week instead of twe a month, as r. Escambia County. Florida. I. owell. Jr.. cer
al o that dally weather forecasts be Pollock, that we t pleasure in re No one else of the train crew was of silk hose. sometimes bottles of heretofore. The order means over- By C. G. HARTSFIELI). ,. o. Tro r%
fu d.shing our egagement in favor Inured beyond a slight shaking up rare wines, have disappeared with no work for them, and much of it, too. taww t Clek. ,
TIME WILL TELL of the Bryan and Kern Club. which the fireman and engineer re trace of th goods or trace to the for the clerks under them. Then it NOTICE. N, -W. St
F o. ea s Lu .TeRib L as. ,e-eWe had ecred this permit so as ceived ,caused by the compact of the robber is a question whether they will be For Application For Permit to Sell tcl, rk
or wi yemrse .oularuntsl ias bee to be enabled to answer any argu- empty cars when they hit the engine. Within a fey days four flagrant able to comply with it. Liquors, Wins and Seer. ?. aam- F. H
growlag more popular unuil it is the . o ra_ cases have been reported by members The w made o oitical ef Whereas. Constantine Mitchell and Arthur, C. J. "
dins brand of extracts In the mets o local iea that might be Special From Pensacola. of the Merchants' Ass.aon. Scors feet and nothing le. The navy yards tJohn Diomus have filed with te Board o Crle Gh.
South. arguments will o ltes be present A special train left here about 9 p. of otiaers have been noted from time of the north have been filled up with County. Florida, their a plication for L. Hartley. Inspecto
MUCH MONEY PRINTED. ed at the r a t the count demo. teronductors and a t h aeerth inlasmal men employed for three mouth, the .rmit to a rs. e e cler. .T
SAe.catta res. raged for on the s we wiU the road, for Crestview. where Par nt a s eton any oe consign- eletio day, and make tose taken tiea of sh election district may sow Lellan, clerk.
W"sunu t Oct. 2.-The total of ra pe tim between that date ker's body was taken from FPalco. Aprt as b rn $8 h on for that period believe that the re- cau-. -a on at themata Te. f-f.W. B.
e tnI p answ er, e ither _-thro ugh the pres s o r K er ybodyy in 0 :nes v le O, know s that th e highest value vlax o p renos perit p.irm it sA GouldM b e gra nted. N 4.-L...
t ye ear aooordlB totthe ah L' z -- y- cheerfully M rs M ary L ee of rural route 8 She go ds sto len frrom any one case oo le ed snh v b e t n o C clerk of the.... ... .... o. .. ... Tor.. .t. erk . .C.
l ye~ar,, atcodMin yteld the evenlug -of November 2nd writes: "My husband. James Lee', frm- which he has record is $245 What years to induce ehe gowernek ntil the By Ea.eAmb.T Con Hlorla. No.r Hr.--e. l
-nal -epert of the .r. to our Democratic rlea believes owes life the u the -of e dealings of its workmen every week, bue until toea,4 Bo-rd H Rf Couty Cl.. HeOS a- caler, lerp
V. troly of Dr. Kings New Disc-very. His can be only guessed. It is prebalge exigencies of the c required No. 16.-H T. .
-M-W. H. NORTHRUP. lungs were so severely affected that that $100.000 worth of gos has they accomplished nothing. ThNOTCE Geo lke. t
consumption seemed Inevitable, w ien been taken. are about 5,000 men in the New York por Apphcation For permit to Sell bird, clerk.
lO LB BMa friend recommended New I)s-overy. Secret service men are workingg on avy yard alone may of them tke. tLnr ur Wns and Noa. Io7.-.--om Jo
.. --- _. on f, t, he e ion. In all, about 40,- W heroes irming nam Liquor company, t. L/. Jo nes, inspect
We tried it, ad its use has restored the case day and night but their pro,- ,mn ar ..... a. by th o"r. has filed with the Board of County Coom- clerk.
.^ ^ ^M By AssiBated Prwm. him to perfect health." Dr. King's igress has not been great. -. 000 men are aeete y tho order, misloners for Escamnbia County. Florida, No. l-John Gi
"-^ Washingto.n, Oct. $1.-A series of in- New Discovery is the King of throat So great is the demand in every their appUation for permit to sell Inors. R. J. LBrowton. Im
testing events are scheduled in to and Iung remedies. For coughs and MANY FOREST FIRES. na-y yard for shies on which the elec- wn ad b se Eltioof s 1 NOt -W Bc l
S.'. L .-- e..._.. _ ,e..*.. .. f. ,, t- colds it has no equal. The flrst dooe . ~-'.Aw't*** Pre,-. tion force may pretend todo some work 11 -satE ; any r itigen of teeh eosa tten C. R. Bto.fu .-. B
o.dfm W --- ai,..l ,.y s program 01 coest n a the fo.- yioes relief Try it' Sold under Philadelphia, Oct. 21.-From nearly that there are no ships to take part* district maln how cause, If any there b.e. Crabtree, 3k.
St na anr antee at all druggists. 50c and every mountn section of Pen ayl in the regular fal manoeuvres. Wen at the meeting of the to e el on .-Mark M
.. a. s ip at . ..e vy .C if .Cl b 31.00. Trial bottle free.ofet.t t r ,

b.amIt rre ~l tee s The priacipaz Intermst centers in the -usn r fires, the flames in some in of ships, Zr that purpose came to do granted. No. 21.-J. H. P1
eeeMMl. coas. t der adlmt eoapetitift between the stiteen sur- RATHER SERIOUS CHARGE. stances endangering villages that arc their work they found only two ships CANGt M. McMILLAK. I Hedewn. Sr., I
e"a3320%- under a" 10-_ t.eirwotre kBoard Of thounty C mmd-" BIwo, eerk,
_Iethe 'United States ,v. vivors of yesterday's ame i the sec- surrounded by woodlands. Most of available for asigament. They were cera. sambl a mCs.nlo- No A. B
rtaswkirm toasy ef tt ond round match today. Six of those ttl Associated Otis H these fires are believed to have been the auxiliary cruisers Prairie and By- G HARTSFI'i Green, lapAecters, a
Er1 -cr -& -'eh aet t A esser- who wil engage I this contest ae&attue. a. th .-Ot started by hunters who have thronged Yankee. The former is now carrying octloaw4w ty erk. No. ns.-pts.
ON_ ,Ifrom Boston; three from Philatelphia, Wade. the clerk in the local quarter- the -.oods since the rabbit season sailors to Coon. and he Y.nkee is Jhn Gm
two from Washi ngto, = dthe other m srso fice, was gi a p opened on October 15. on the rocks In Buzzard's Baywithb t 1. dei S
".e a r e w e a t ti er e a r y h e a r in g b e f o re U n i te d S ta t e s o n ..e r ..k s .n. .. . . thwi t h. d a y o f t he m be r A .D i_ a 4, e- l, e. ..n H a l
1."a4 RU eWel s---- Commissioner Arnatrong yesterday "-the probability that she will be a total leca ton wilt be to the 't
E w&V w A rTRAG'EDYAT tand on the witness stand declared lossT.t) t Fiiafor teeg pa.-.t
at 'A TRAGEDYt C AT at a hapt. G t fd ea The mere fact that That being e case, there will be -r. ,A-N
'Apwee a m e DADEVILLE, ALA. quartermaster at Seattle. ordered him no fall manoeuvres for he ships lftt of da, under t fol. .
p .- ---A--n picklese, calk- .to change an abstract of bids for re- [.] on the Atiptle coast. The gently wlg p ter: o. ..
larn pkle ca to-TiJounal. pairs on the transport Burnside, leave organized thirdsqtuadron of -he Atlan- Thenameofthe aahbe k
sow4 * M y lAA. C*L b e-Aspe-ug but certain information deoI-o sU ffU LIIsllElo tic fleet, composed o- the ba.lesps the pe ol r an _- .
kuset..z e cial fr. om D ..ilAl~a. says: Jac--A S tory to the H efferan E~ngine W works, New Ham pshtre, Nortb ina M is- its e o bu siness na il he P'sa co aa, clerk
k a* re. .arriv n eII from Da fiRle Ala.. says: Jack one of the bidders. Wade was ar- niversally recom- sissilpp, Idaho and Montana assem Florid. No. l2.-J. U. Bel
. .. Henderson, a tarmer t Tallapoosa rested Suaday while attempting to bled to help Philadelph a celebrate The general nature of the b to Tylor, ector
Count, was shot and killed on the sell an abstract of bids and other n-. mended for Consumption the 2_ti-uaniversary ofr ts foundi.5g be troneatod shalerl s~ b ad cl'. 2.- E.
J. CONCANNON, pbu e Dadr. las night formation to riek Johnson,. president roof po ve that it is ard het i d f rom It IS __oo, .n. IsA e
by J. Fletcher Turner, representative of the Seattle Machine Works. The pOO pos at t s yards the minue it is treed rom its Ian, mora fate d pa-. r .
*St P m. in the lower house .f the legtilata e efferan ,aEnine Works was awarded the most energizing and connection with that celebration. That -rson Tproperty to be a n connection W
*, ^ ---- from thla county. T~ii n eBotita is be the bid in ques.on. . m is nd true, notwithstanding the fact .that w it hn'^en to nt -, r lt S-e ^
._ hed to have been the result of an Strengthening reparation the ships are all new and supposed to. in a for the ppose n ec-ssr No. S.--. W.
-S old beind betwe tee two e MOB TAKES NEGRObeIn the best of condition. The Idaho said business. wrk
En e Ole t Mea Hl Advi-e. FROM DEPUTIES tphia navy yard before they wereor. le Thoua o ( .. W s s,
y ,, n*Mr .* M. almr ofL Nw. 79 Gif- Chattanooga. Ten. Oct. 21-At Hart- It warms and nourishes dered to join the squadron, and they be divided into ffty (3j shares of the cl .
". ? t-ford Ave., *a Jose. CaL., says: "The seUe. Ala., a mob last aniglt took a . wIlll return there. par value of ne Hidd Da i'v to 2..-w. T. ,J
-_M Di- o-r-t- wort a of Electric Bittet a general negro named Stoverfrom t wo e it enriches the blood,stops It is % question whether the atca t$100.o each. to 0lMad Cr in eama 3 Bci l
. Al M~A. ItNly remedy, for eaedashe, bilious- ties and. lynched him. St.ver was ._ ,-, counting and disbursing officers will The corporation shall exist for the;m to
_l CfO IX~- n-t "' a Wg tM es sanm d torpor of the te sad b" we" charged with atemted criminal as- OSS f flesh and builds be able to carry out the president s or- term of ainety-nlne years.
Pell si te pmyo racted that .I a" -bpye.te oalt awUn Miss Whiten the dangaMer der liee the eb of the month. The business of ie s ha
asue ," g I-m~ to ay at worst i It re,. lor the of a well kneow imbr A"rm y acco",t and disburst off- be conducted by a Pr ani- 1.0 .' e
1Metedle bene *- at o those seeking 1b t fn=m There is cosftirable emakment cer at arsenals are in better shape President. and a Secretar_ who -B G. HART
LWe Mg -e. v iemwet I e s o Theb Wmore health In Hartselle. sad trouble with sea- M te their brethren at the navy yards te a be ectd ai tae ,
UMatin a. m, titr the digestive orgeas a a bottle grees is feared as the people ww.1e 1 a rar They may be able to execute the or- nual m ine ofetee a the omny, mhl d
8se". lopyW at setic Bitters tha t. an y other already arei ed over t.he isw ftem -r .amis o e as sad daer,'tt not without great strain be- on the rcond Wedneday in Read
:Thre l: S:o*i.0 Mid wreledy I know of-" Sd undeBr ua'r shootia a peoeaeaae by can n- - naebyan nhote ." cause additions lo the clerical force r r nt the t =lna, c< l f
9:30 p. m. A 'r ae. aaet. at all druggists, Se. known tegro last Sanday night. pa VIM4WPFMalM NsYrT are not provided in the order itael. the shal be FrieP E i s

tore news to

oandise who



dinan, VkVb-Pras~int;
Secretary and Treu-
rie-d, Sam 8. L.ghtman
an. the Board of Di-
bunt of ndebtedness or
Sthe corporation can
ct Itself is Tea Thou-
be aubscrlibers are. E.
1. Ohio. who tmubcrlibes
f stock; Sam S. Light-
a. Florida, who sub-
shares of stock, and
of Pensacola, Florida.
three shares of stock.
R. FRnD,
given that the co-part-
existing between Scar-
d. I.. Anderson unide
Pensacelm O 0ce Equip-
as this day been 41s-
consent. The business
r the same firm am ue,
iag the sole prorietor;
r tired from the firm.
y the fan will be pald
m and all mmey due
Md to him. This 28th'
given that the under-
of the state of John
Id. will on the 24thi
D. 10". present their
voucher to the county
L County. Florida, and
ed as executors of said
given that at a meet-
ifCouty ommission-
SCounty of EAcambla.
meld on the 7th day of
showingg named p=ons
ed by saiM Bod to
md diark for the cen-
held on the 3rd day of
the various preetacta.
imrsos, Archie Bnton.,
tor;: VIctor Goldboch,
vers, Mr., Win. Archer,
tor; and H. C. Miler,
rcell, J. C. Hendricas,
. Inspectors, and (eo.
dareem. W. B. Noblies,
teoM and P. W. Me-
sher. L. TShelby, A.
ra, and Henry Frater,
eck, T. J. Davidson.
actors, and E. 0. Jen-
icholsen, B. If. ItasI-
an, inspectors, and T.
mbtree, H.nrs y Clalker.
aspector., and Elvin B.
ley. We. C. Williams.
actors, and N. J. Brew-
lenderson, M. D. Me--
a'rd, inspectors, and
erton, D. V. $teele. M.
rs, and J. B3. Steward.
acon. D. A. Reumont,
pector, and Pete Mc-
Reagan, M. A. Quioa.
spector. and Arthur
aron. P. 1. iReed.J. E.
and Jo.. L Joehnon,
'etersea, T. S. Caro,
ectors. and J. C. Por-
,acher. Ja3. Steward.
ora, and W. B. Hub-
inson, 8. C. Jlltt aad
or, and John L Hayt,
bson, Henry Johnson,
specters, and W. P.
filler, W. F. Vaughn,
Inspectors, and L. C.
C ourdy. J. F. Mitchell,
inspector, and H. H,

aterson. Ed. Hasl, W.
nmpeetomra, Md ale
rett, F. A. Mayo. Jim
ad W. H. IMar clerk.
ha-man, Joha Taylor,
pectors, and H. C.
ly. Tom Haxrla. J. 0.
rm, aad T. M.8Scarritt,
9tI ,ILA, A. 8 9s. M.
m' ansd W. A.Kenhn,
raptor. J. W. Collins.
w,. and LF. L. Ta .
harp. J. F. L. Quina,
s oapectors, and J. F.
IL. M. W. Peterson, J.
, sand A. I. L anford,
ate. W'. W. Wolfe. D>
*rs, and Dan H. Shep-
otter. U. A. Lurton. C
Dters., and F. Rust
irtimley. L in Burns
inspectors, and Toi
Bear, P. Kllae, C. A.
and Cbas. P. NOR
odwim J. E. RigUby,
be held at the usua;
and tfr each of aM
boiputy Clark.

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2.u *o% elSNOWe uasdnmeum
lest M-lftsmthe Iewperaftro -p

to dmAe -$iUM. The dollar coin
trioSum ystem ha*"boutm cow
to oWan a p meinaet feature-at
demacmtu asuonsal 4,'paitus,

Tbi Aeri pn battleship fleet has
been received so cordially and is beia
entertained so royally by the people
S of Japan that Mr. Hobson, prophet of,
war a=d woe between the two coun-
tries, will find some tremble to make
Usa peodictioss consist with the oh-
ilemly sincere welcome extended to
ar allies by the Japs. For the time
beig at least, Mr. Hoheos its a war
prophet oat of a job.

The night riders is Tennessee
lynhed two lawyers Taoeday night,
The effect of this upon the legal pro-
ftesles in moving for the elmindtion
of to-bv*siltles In the enforcement
S of law ought to be salutary. Lawyers
are ia lapeaatble to civllsatione butt
It is a soteorous fact that they are the
-,ht obstructionists in the way of a

j-- i1ee thrsegh the courts by remov-
Ng the needless pebbles in her path-
Ta uppn which the Blind Goddess
The coseessus of opinion on both
iddes of the controversy seems to be
that New York is, as of old, the pivot-
al state in the presidential election.
Mr. Wyant is no, longer in the eueys
S country when he goes there and coa-
&dtiess are so favorable that a big
inajortty In Now York city this time
wi ll t be relied upon to overcome
a republican majority In the rest of
the dlate. It seems probable that the
rural districts of the Empire State
will furnish a great surprise, as they
did I& the case of Mr. Cleveland, by
preferring Bryan to Taft.

In neither of his two previous cam-
paigns did Mr. Bryan express much
eaonenee in his election, but he goes
on record this time as having full
faith that he will be the next presf-
debtL He is a areat mixer and be haq
made so many spedehes in the doubt-
fal states during the past two months
that he has been in very close touch
with tbq people who are to decide the
tests. He is cool, clear-head" and
keenly, observant, never slops over
nor sacts on momentary emotion, andi
his conviction that he is sure of elec-
Utih i entitled to much weight.

Editor Borland. of the Tri-County
Weekly, published at Tallassee. re-
marks with much force and pertinence
la 'the last Issue of his paper that he
Is tired of "scant living" in his en-
deover to give the people of Tal-
lassee a good paper, and litimates
that he will jump the job If patronage
doesn't pick up. His ultimatum is as
f. follows:
Really, it would look bad were this
paper to cease publication for lack of
support. It will most surely do this
If the people of Tallasee do not and
will not patronise it. We like Tal-
imssee aad Tallassee people, but two
u~sath's stay here on what we term
seant" Hving des not strike our
faney--ot much. and we shall not re-
main here murh longer unless the
people show a willingness to support
the cause we represent, and in that
evest, we know of no place -e would
rather cast our Iot than in Tallassee
and among her good people.
Our good friend, F. R McCormack.
took charge of the Uive Oak Democrat
Monday last, and will bring It up to
Its oldMime standard. He knows how
to do IL-lake City Index .
That he does. 'Never was there a
more modest and n -*-u.7ng gentle-
man. but for all that he is one of the
very heat newspaper men in Plorida
aand be has an extraordinary sad high-
ly .trained instiactfor knowing Just
what to put in a newspaper and just
how. to put it. The Journal is glad
to' knew that Mr. McCormack is teac
a is old job. and that he will make
goad is Just as &are as he lives. No
1m an tn Florida has more friends or
better ones, aad no one more richly
enerves them. He hasbees tried lan

Refer to Him as a Sad

Picture of- Political.




Shorn of Power, He Is Crab-

bed, Morose and Sullen

in His Camp.

By James Hay, Jr., in Philadelphia
If all the things that are said about
Joseph Benson Foraker are true the
senior senator from Ohio is not doing
a great work in this campaign. If
half the reports regarding his conduct
are founded on fact he presents one
of the saddest pictures of political
treachery in this generation.
4in bis tour of Ohio Judge Taft has
heard many stories of the manner in
which Foraker is working against
him and the republican case in gen-
eral. This man who was wont to
scorn and despise aU Democrats has
come to be regarded by them as one
of their greatest allies. This senator
who has again and again commanded
the support of Ohio republicans by
his utterances of party faith and party
greatness is pointed out as disloyal,
a menace and a discredit.
Outwardly -be is calm, quiescent,
taking neither Interest nor part in
the desperate fight republicans are
making to insure their success In the
state. Politically he Is a recluse, who
refuses to receive newspaper men and
declines to make any statement con-
cerning his attitude in the campaign-
Personally he is--crabbed, morose and
sullen. He keeps to himself, work-
ing silent, quietly, ceaselessly, in his
office in Cincinnati. The only evi-
dence of activity is the large force of
clerks and stenographers he employs.
What these employes are doing he re-
fuses to divulge. '
Cannot Hurt Taft.
But politicians in Ohio make the
explanation he withholds. They say
many letters are sent from the For-
aker ofces to all parts of the state
and that not one of them is in behalf

tihe fresh of an expeiiesce which re-
i aled the pare old at his character
and his friends love him all the bet-
ter for the ordeal he has passed
through. Live Qak and Suwannee
comty canapt afford to let the Demo-
crat want 'for ample patronage, and
with Mt. Mconrmsck as the directing
head of the paper it cannot tall to be
of large benefit to city and county
alke. He ss the wisdom to plan
sad the genius to paelticate, end if the
,people over there will stand by him
as they should he will allay factional
strife (the worst enemy of any com-
munity) eat be a strong factor in
bringing Ive Oak back to her ovi
form s one of the model cities of
Florida where everybody pulled to-
The demand in the democratic plat
form for the gausatae of bank depos.
its is proving a very otrmng card in
the east as wel as the west. Mr
Kern, the democratic nominee for
vice-prmesdent, is empasIsg that is-
sue now in his New Bmlaa1 speech-
making tour and is presenting the
question with force and clearness.
The demand for such a enrantteo has
come to stay until it meets with at-
ftative response in legislative en-
actment. Mr. Kern puts it in a nut-
shell when he says:
"The Demnoeratic party insists that
the banks of the country, through the
paymeak of a small tax for assessment
which will be scarcely felt by any of
them, shall provide a guarantee fund
as the basit of security for depositors.
9mt conservtivo bankers and bust-
ow ies of the country approve this
plan t only from the standpoint of
the tabner, but that of the public.
"No vald objection as yet has been
urged gatalt the proposed system of
*making depositors secure. The na-
tiomal government and state and mu-
nidepal governments in depositing
their money with banks require secur-
Ity. Why should not this government
.hold as tender regard for the eeourity
of the earnings of the people deposit-
ed in banks for the security of pub-
lic- funds? is question has not as
yet been a ered at all."
Editor Harris, of the Ocvaa Banner.
who Is an philosopher by virtue of his
age, wisdom sed temperament, in dia-
oesning the guarantee bank deposit
plank of the democratic platform,
make the following valuable practi-
cal contribution to the subject:
Hon. Don C. McMullen, senator-
elect from Hlllborough county., is
studying the "guarantee bank deposit
plank" in the democratic platform
with a view of having it enacted into
a. law in Florida. To one who has
gone through two or three bank% fail-
ures, as has been the ill-luck of the
editor of this paper, the law looks
mighty good. Indeed, it has a more
inviting look and a sweeter Savor than
peaches oad cream. Had it been a
lavw n Ploria all along many a man
would have been many a dollar better
off and instead of depositing in tin
cans, hollow trees and bed tieking,
these deposits would have found their
way to the banks and entered into
the channels of trade. It seems-to uz
that it is the beet law ever suggested.
This view of the came brings the
merits of the issue right home to the
average u and Illustrates tQ sub.
stantial beneSts that will accrue to
th" bank depositors if the democratic
platform contention shall be sustained
1by legislation. The people are en-
titled to absolute protection for thelr
money when they put it in bank and
it is the business of the law to fur-
alsh that protection.

The Solution of a
Great Problem
The world is not so entirely given
over to material pursuits and the en-
joyment of wealth as many people
suppose. It is popular to talk of the
decadence of religion and the break-
lag down of all spiritual faith, but as
a matter of fact never was investiga-
tikn so keen and results so pro-
agenced in the world-old search for
proof of the immortality of the soul
as now.
ZIr. the last issue of' the Delineator.
P Alfred Russell Wallace, Eng-
l foremost scientist, after a thor-
eogh ina e-lamtlun of pasychic phenom-
ea, 'omfssed himself covimered and
aamounced his adheston to the funda-

Uncle Sam Tackles

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quality. On this subject the last is-
sue of the Fishing Gazette gives Out
this pertifnet iiffoematiob:
The United States government haa
taken up the sturdy of the oyster and
has selected'the gulf coast as the most
available ground at the present tme..
Dr. w% R."'M. 'hrton and- F. G.
Smith, Inspectors of the State Bureau'
of Chemistry, with headquarters i-r
New Orleans, are a charge of the
work and started -out last week on a
fishing trip. The"r'were in search of
big, medium and small oysters Xd
spent several days in -the Buras neigh-
borhood, in the Plaquemines parish.
They returned to New Orleans a few
days later, carrying numerous cans
containing samples of oysters .
"The object of this work," said Dr.
Wharton, "is to secure exact informa-
tion concerning the length of the
oyster's life after being taken from
the fields, the conditions which might
be more conducive to a longer or
shorter period of existence and sever-
al other matters along this line."
Some of the oysters which were ob-
tained were treated with different so,
lutions while some were allowed to re-
main as they were caught. Other pre-
liminary experiments were made and
the silent subjects of the experiments
were hauled into the pure food labora-
tory to undergo still further examinm-
According to Dr. Wharton, the in-
quiry has no connection with the pure
food service. "The Bureau of Chem-
istry,'" he said, "conducts Axperiments
to establish scientific facts aside from
the pure food feature whidh enters so
principally into its work. This inves-
tigation is being made for the sole
purpose of establishing certain facts
about which some doubt may now
exist in connection with several fea-
tures of oyster life."
Enforce the Florida game law. There
is no excuse whatever for Its viola-
tion and any good citizen should have
too much self-respect and too much
regard for tbwffect of his example
upon-others to *Aeak any of the pro-
visions of a statute universally regard-
ed as wise and n-cessary. In Ocala
the other day a ptminent citizen, con-
victed of violating the law. was fined
$100 and costs or eixty days at hard
labor. That's drastic but good medi-
cine because it reached the spot.

F' 7'oruu

the Oyster. 1 ., ow--
The universal spirit ofs acitific in- DEPLORABLE CONDITION
The universal spirit of OF TARRAGONA STREET
quiry in this country has at last reach- .-O _
ed the meek and lowly oyster. Here Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 20, 190.
in Pensacola and along the gulf coast Editor Pensacola Joumnal.
generally we have a vital interest in the horrible dusty condition of Tarra
the subject for this noble and succ- gona street and I certainly coocur
lent- bivalve has long been considered with you. L would like to know what
indispensable to the joy of living in reasons the Honorable Board of Pu'l
this latitude during a large part o lic orks have, f any, for rniotrvils g
the year and the oyster industry relief. We certainly have to bear emr
means much for thousands of bread portion of taxes and, also,have to way
winners who rely upon it for support., license. In default of the former we
Disquieting stories are in circulation a arsi outn ad d i the latter
about the falling off in the aamal out- ado busieasd in -et eds of e ie
put: and now that the government dust, waich is ~nsgh to kil a-y a
has taken hold of the subject, we ay i ans. mckle less a human being. I p
hope that investigation will disacovet sume th g st~ ewho e
pose the board 4o not realize the fact
the means to save the wrat American that there is a ceotinuous moving-of
oyster in undiminished supply and heavy vehicles on this street, whki

Senior Senator From Ohio

Does Nothing to

Aid Taft.



This Enmity and Democrats'

Activity May Give Them
L Tegislative Victory.

of Taft. Hi followers ve ae still
loyal to him are workl~ag ma, but
they are not working for the national
ticket. Some of the tMse they spend
sharpening the edge of their political
knives. And the situatlmC a, a result
of it all. is that, mfwile rmnker's in-
duence is not strong enough to do
the national ticket eay appreciable
harm, it may result in the election of
a Democratic legislature and, the send-
ing. of a Demoeratic senator to take
his place in Washington.
No Independent Campaign.
A few days ago, when the rumors
of Foraker's disloyalty grew more and
more persistent, I went to his office
to ask what be Intended to do in the
campaign. Following his rule of re-
ceiving no newspaper $en, he refused
to see me. A message* Vas then sent
him asking him if he planned to make
the "independent speaking campaign
for the senate" which hbe said some
weeks ago he would -inaugurate. He
sent word that he had never said be
would make such a campaign, that he
had never intended to do it and that
he would not do it.
His change of plan is said to have
been brought about by his knowledge
that he could not be a commanding
figure on the stamp while the state
still rang with the denunciations of
him by Roosevelt, Taft and Hearst-
There remained only one other way
for him to work-by letter and by
holding together the remnants of his
old organization. This he has been
doing and is doing. Here and there
the old Foraker following succeeds in
nominating for the legislature a man
instructed to "vote for Foraker for
the senate. This is all that appears
on the surface.
Is Aidgft Deocrats.
But there arS Foraker followers
who have said that if Foraker cannot
be elected to the senate the state leg-
islature will be -Democratic. This can
mean but the one thing: That if his
people realize they are beaten when
the day for voting eeomes, the knife
will be used at the pol and the seat
he could not get from his party will
be put at the command of the Demo-
Today a report was published in
an Ohio paper'that Foraker men were
asking their friends to vote against
Taft. Such reports cannot be taken
as altogether true, for in the closing
weeks of the campaign, with the bit-
terness which prevails against the
senior senator in Ohio, there are apt
to be exaggerationms of the real situ-
ation. But where there is so much
smoke there must be some fire, and

starts the dust roUing at 6 a. m. and
keeps it going long after dark. The
people who are doing business here
will either have to move out of the
city or hunt new quarters.

- Aplehieola, Oct. 21.
%ditor Pensacola Journal.
o With regard to your editorial of the
&pAh inst. If the advocates of the
Lakes-to-the-Gulf WVterway will ineor-
porate in their plans the building of
locks at or near the lakes entrance to
the waterways, the threatened oppo-
sition on the part of the lake cities
would doubtless cease.
Yours truly.
Gulf Coast Inland Waterway Asan..
Leland J. Henderson, Secty
S. ,

Amenable to the People.
The county democratic committee
is an institution of the people and
should be amenable to the people.
The past, wo campaigns ,the writer
has heard the committee criticized
for failing to publish the receipts and
disbursements of the fund entrusted
*to their care. This does not neces-
sarily reflect upon the honor of the
committee. It is a matter of informa-
tion and business. All business of a
public nature should be made public.
Let us have a statement from our
county committee this year. It will
not cost anything except the compiling
of it.-Sopchoppy Argus.
Lamar Touring Europe.
W. B. Camar and his charming wife,
who are touring Europe, write back
to the Tallahassee papers glowing ac-
counts of their trip, showing they are
getting all the enjoyment possible out
of their experience And no one will
envy their. enjo ypent, but on the
other hand. most- people win, take
pleasure in the fact that. although Mr.
Lamar was disappointed in his politi-

Party Leaders Ao n Foraker as

Disloyal and a Mena to Their Cause
_ |

the stories which have come out
showing that he is doing all he can
against his party's nominee are too
circumstantial for any one to think
that all of them are purely imaginary
The Bryan men make no secret of
their pleasure about Foraker's posi-
tion. They laugh at him and do not
pretend to admire his tactics, but they
realize that he is grist for their pill.
Remnant of FWllowing.
Nevertheless. they forget that a
man so discredited as Foraker can-
not hurt Waft in any great degree.
His only strength lies in the remnant
of his old following, a remnant which
has a strong hand only in little mu-
nicipal and county combinations, deals
which may here and there affect the
nomination or election of a man for
the legislature, but which cannot go
so far as to compel a Republican to
turn from Taft and go over to Bryan.
Another thing which has been
brought out :y careful inquiry is that
Foraker is rapidly losing what fol-
lowing he had before his connections
with Standard Oil were made public.
Men who are in politics are quick to
jump from a sinking ship to the more
comfortable band wagon of the win-
ning man. And he has left about him
only those who are resolved to go
down to defeat with him.
Generally speaking, the senior sen-
ator from Ohio is waging an Ineffect-
ive fight. making a weak war against
the nominee of his party. The time
has passed when the stilletto ha-i
much power in American politics.
Money as a vote-getter is not a valu-
able means of -campaigning. The
knife will be used at the polls, but it
will be used only, by the last farag-
ments of Foraker's old guard.

the Republican candidate it be could
get the entire negro vote. This would
elect the Republican by a plurality of
9.,147 votes.
It would take nearly $49,000 to qual-
ify the negroes for voting and then
-many of them would not be able to
vote the ticket they wished. No such
'aum will be forthcoming, and a large
number of negroes will not vote. There
is no reason to fear the election if all
the -Democrats will go to the polls and
vote,- but there will be danger a heavy vote is polled. No man will
be elected in the Thlrd district who
does mot receive asety thousand
votes. Every Democrat should go to
the polls and cast Mis vote.


For Presidential Electors
H. P. Bailey.
P. W. Butler.
Robt. E. Davis.
Geo. C. Martin.
Samuel E. Pasco.
For Congrasman:
J. Walter Kehoe,
D. H. Maya.

Governr-Albert W. Gilchrist.
Secretary of State-4. Clay Craw.
Attorney General-Park M. Tram-
Cen'trolle--A. C. Crea m.
State TVeauree-W. V. Knott.
Superintendent of Pubtle Ins umtle
-Wm. H. Holloway.
Ceinienefr of Agriculture-. 3L
Railreed CommWgslner-Royal C.
Dunn. .
Justice of the Spreme Court:
Wmin. A. Hocker.
Those. M. Shackleford.
C. L. Wiggins.
J. P. Stokes.
ShortWi-J. C. Va! Pelt.
Clerk of tCout--Jmes Macgibbol.
County Judge Ileiry Selinpgr.
Tax Assessor-W. W. Richards.
Tax Colecta-er-J. S. Rorbebt
County Treasmrert -J. t. Wililams..
School Superntendent-N. B. Cook.
County Surveyer-
Justice f tthe Peace, Dist. 2.-R. L.
Coe bmW Diet. 2.-C. P. Bobe.

]Poitical PAimn_. m- Mts.
I hereby ininuneamyusfas e
for the e4es of 8Inetgesi oa Coun-
tt, iadfendentlM. tthegneral.election
to be held in ovenber, se olcit tOe
V ts o all voters is this evaty.
At the request of many fritnds I both
ty and county. I a_.ew souei._mpw.
anm a candidaMte for, ti of corff of
1eeamba County. nm the senerau ebete
to be heldM In November, and ^olilt the
ot eofAll voters this emiaty.




Women curious tolearn what Fashin holds in store for there in Furniture
and Floor Coverings this Fall and Wit are cordially invited to owur bigstore.
The new furniture and floor coveringswe are showing will tell them in so many
words. Quality and Style has been the watchword in the construction of every
piece on exhibition and when yo74 become the owner it means that your grand"
children will highly prize every p ece of it.
Rockers $5 to $20. Dressers $10 to $15. Iron Beds $3.50 to $25. Side-
boards $18 to $50.
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Phone 149. 108-10 S. Palafox St.


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Attention Democrats :
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# The Bryan-Kern Club of W*ambli county has perfected perma- *
0 nent organisation and the name of every democrat should be upon *
* its membership list. It costs notbbg to join but the presence of your *
name on the roll will be a valuable asset of the club for the reason *
That the primary object of the orgaminatla is to roll up a. mammoth *
democratic vote in the coming election.
S If you will sign the membership coupon found below and mall *
Sthe same to the secretary your name will be placed on the member- *
# ship list.0
# Hundreds of names are being added to Lae membership list *
* each day. Send In your name.
# Wm. C. Monroe. Secretary Bryan-Kern Club,
# Box 484. Pensacola. Fla.
# Sir: I am for Bryan and Kern. Please enroll me as a mem- *
# her of the Bryan-Kern Club. I shall work and vote for Bryan and *
* Kern in the coming election.
Name ................................. ..............
Precinct Number... ..................... ........
* Post Office ................ ..........................
*0 0 0 0 40.0 40

A Republican candidate for congress
is making an active campaign in the
Third Florida district and expresses
himself hopeful of success. While it
is not probable that any Democrat Is
uneasy as to the result it Is well to
take a square look at the situation and
see just what the two Democrats who
are contesting for the position are up
against. The following table shows
the number of white and colored males
of voting %ge in the counties of the
County White Colored
Calhoun ............. 8M8 504
.Escambia ............ 4,378 3,208
Franklin ..".......... 623 702
Gadsden ............. 1,214 1,941
Holmes ............. 1,639 356
Jackson .............2. 896 2.731
Jefferson ............ 777" 1,920
Leon ................ 1,017 3,0S4
Liberty ............... 329 3
Madison ............ 1,641 1.85S
Santa Rosa .......... 1,982 1,026
Wakulla ............. 617 707
Walton .............. 2.039 140
Washingtop ......... 1,929 904
Total ...... .......21,949 20.124
So we see that, in this district in
which two Democrats are running and
will divide its Democratic vote about
equally, there is a white majority of
only 1,825 out of a total population of
42,073 of voting age. If the two white
candidates divide the vote as nearly
equally as possible they have only
10.975 votes each against 20.124 for

cal aspirations, he has the means and
the disposition to enjoy this grand
trip. He. isjiot soured by defeat, but
has the same kindly bearing and cor-
dial words for his friends as when he
was a candidate. Such a man is no
back number, and, if we mistake not,
he 'will be heard from again.-Lake-
land Newis.
Who Will be Selected.
Will the third congressional commit.
tee elect Kehoe or Mays? Both names
are on the official ballot, as is also the
name of the Republican candidate. If
Billy Bailey Lamar had foreseen this
state of affairs, he might have pre-
vented it. But he *as not gifted with
the prophetic ken. nor were some
others who took part in the "last un-
pleasantness." Such is life.-DeSoto
County News.

Ripe Tomatoes Already.
Already fresh ripe tomatoes have
made their appearance on the local
market, one of the grocery stores of
the city having a nice lot on hand re-
cently. The fruit is of exceptionally
fine size and quality and found a ready
sale. A great many of the farmers
,have found that there is money to be
made in growing early vegetables for
the Miami market, and now there is
a plentiful supply in town each sea-
son before the main shipments to the
north begin to go forward. Not only
are tomatoes showing up, but oraanes
and rapefruit are arriving in the eity
each week, showing that there is
going to be a good supply of fruit in
and throughout the winter.-MItpli
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U imr



mental article of all religious faith
that the soul survives the death of
the body and retains its individuality
In some other sphere of existence.
Other well-known men of science
are tending to the same conclusion
and in the last issue of Caswell's
azine Rider Haggard, the famous Eng-
lish novelist, one of the bright intel-
lects of the age, concludes a deeply
interesting article with these impress-
ive words:
I am convinced from my .own expe-
riences, and from studies of psycho-
logical matters, that this life is really
the most trivial portion of our exist-
ence. I firmly believe that, before
the end of the next hundred years
-we shall have as definite information
on the life 'beyond' as we have on
things connected with this sphere. I
am borne out in this not only by my
own deductions, but by the expe-
riences, which cannot be questioned.
of soe of the most prominent scientific
minds of the day. It is high time that
people should cease questioning every-
thing about which they cannot posi-
tively know. It is expedient, also,
that people should try to look within,
and ask themselves the plaip question
whether they are contented with the
few brief years of activity here."
Orthodoxy should welcome these in-
vestigations from men of high repute.
which are producing such startling re-
suits. The chief strength of modern
infdelity lies in its sweeping negation
of. the immortality of the *oul, and it
science shall come to the aid of relij-
ion by actual demonstration of man's
continued existence as a conscious in-
telligence after death it will deprive
the enemies of Christianity of the
most formidable weapon in their ar-
The universal complaint now in re-
ligious circles is the growing diiculty
of attracting people to Sabbath church
services, because they no longer have
spiritual faith; biut when it becomes
a demonstrated fact to the infidel, the
agnostic and the believer alike that
the soul survives the death of the
body and lives in a responsible state
hereafter, the churches will be cropwd-
ed to hear the teachers and the sneer-
ing lips of unbelief will be silent.



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ee and within the next decade some
+ w rlu Food," they term ]iReal ].11 *I enormous projects in this direction
"Brain Food they term Real Estate Transfers. are likely to be planned and put
. t. H H I through. A continuous inland water-
fish tcientifc day& T* *l*low*lh I l M tat ~ way from Massachusetts to Florida
.. Tm. r orm e a O as l ift r hr is a near posal ility and a continua-
L .'l -itlem Atrt G.:= n tions of ,thi scheme in the form of a
J.W-.. to /Jno Bennett- protected water course along the sea
s. rN to. Hyer 1an to Jn. Bennett- coast of the states bordering on the
16 ,l r ae io to Lots 1 ad 16 Block 15 Went King Gulf of'Mexico will undoubtedly fol-
Tract.-$100 and otaer.considerations. low in due course of time.
,-LTI-D The Gulf Coast Inland Waterway
SALTED Association. organized In May. is do-
Jl4I E meant in favor of this Soutbern water-
way. The project is not so vast as
. |RO might be imagined. since part of the
route, like that on the Atlantic. lies
along bays and streams already im-
W *a of 4the a proved by the government. For in-
stance, from New Orleans to Mobile
there ig already continuous inland
3. water communication. Mississippi
Sound beag connected with New Or-
Sleans by two routes, via Lake Borge
.../,r l./ thTree fine commercial ,anals, or
Ssn& lead into the heart of New
SOrs nOs. d Lake Borgne and the
,6Lake boerge canaL connecting Lake
,with .the Missis tppi River by
O nC L O8 of lk s about forty miles be-
l I 'LITTLE.UiL'S lFROC OF RSE. sm 1 Ora lm T. he numerous
& X The pretty little rck here ghe wa was jesigeM d for a mail girl, and era mLeisl ama ae -ecepible of be-
Wfat= Paycrccould i be copied with goXn eect ta vareoas colartas. The model was = connctd me with the other at
of old blue serge. hand-embrOderedl I n a simple, coamvetimal designIn i ln t expense, and with no engineer-
Q blue woolen thread of a l&hUl :ed per shade than the cloVt. The skirt ing iftogues to .be overcome. As
R w Mwas plain and anished by a deep be m. and the yoke. which was of fane for the Texas conat. It is practicaly
i.EVERY VIMTHON -TO- WEAR. white batiste. was detaciaable, bordered with a ontinuous series of

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LIS t %M_ 1 Amng i ose ladies who are intel
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JEe3li!, .-TO IO L BOOK FUND t .psonr.
Hi Maudet_____ M' r. MrsJohn S. Bead.
e* WJ h"o -" "'- P" -- "' .--",L, -ity I 111 Maude Suter, Miss Emella Schul-
Ca Mrs. Prank Marston. MinsLefla
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to Good Caue ThroU gh .Cape of The Journal ....... .50 .- Covngton Mrs. Le Meyer, Mres
A .. l- ry m. ............... 1.00 Mai J. Kahn, Mrs. W .W. Weekly.
Various Sources. -C. J. Iavey ...................1.' Mrs. c . Covington, Mrs. J. W. air-
AA bscriber ................ 1.00 ti.Mrs. Sol Cahn, Mrs. J. C. Dunham,
-P.M. Jao by ............ ..... 50 5W- MIrs. A. C. lount, Mrs. Wilmer S.
S" 130 WAS GIVEN THROUGH THs _" ..... .. Hall, 1rs. E. C. Smith. Mrs. Walker
SBaseball . -ei Matinee ...... 4.00 ingreham. Mrs. Ike Aiken, Mrs. Scar-
m h~ Bb-Hn Mf Ba Chip4y. : JOURNAL, $30 THROUGH SUPT M IL McMilan ...........1.00 rtt Moreno, Miss Olga White the
-* - g r g r'a IS Clab- asite, _Miss KUMeChiplay. 9 # .Adi .Auxwliary^ B P. .0. E ... 14.50 Misses Duncan, and Mrs. J. A. Avant.
W. 't < lasfI I etw 1Win30 a. U.* COOK, WHILE A. WEEN4HUT Pesaeola Chapter W. C. T. U. 2.00 There are a. great many other
...Misses cy and Aline A .nson.. ladles all ever the city who willIW
4 414 4**4*4144 > 4 4414 4 RAISED THE SUM OF 52, MAK Pie Spencer.............. interested Inhein the moment
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Sefect, with r4-nlamir of lace and a J. J Gibson ................. 2.00 men, are requested to be present at
Saof fOtball, col. director sash. Her bouquet will be T l the n ee ng Friday afternoon.
S- Ihewer of bride's roses and ferns .. Tota _.- .....t -Coo-...$130.00 Pensacola needs just such an or-
i ; *...,, .... *,,*.-** The brijamaills will form a pret- The Journal publishes this mominng Thazroug Supt Coo_. ganlttion because It needs so many
SmW' le_ my In*.m? ty p cture I their dresses of soft A complete list of all donations made T. E. Welles ................. 5.00 of the things for which this organia-
-- -s W white-c lfoas a lace-in empire to the school book fund, both through Max L. Bear................ .00 tion stands.
-' .. .. a five pihwloes effect, and their bouquets, this paper and through Messrs. Coot. so lve;- ech a s,.er oft bridesmaid's roses, and Greenhut. The total suscribed W. A. D'Alemberte .......... 5.00 -
4 Tt--S r tied with pink satta ribbons. through all sources is $212.00, an M. E. Clark .............. 5.00 .|. T..| .f0
cons s e ion. half. T7e lov y b ride, who will enter amount sufficient to purchasebooks Cash ............ ............ E1.00 nn
Ce mim2 , ggg. me- with her father, will wear a hand- for a large number of poor chdldres, Cash...... ............ 1.00
SW, -S Z -. rt. r a a ,. -msom Ibridal dress of white satin many of whom are not attending Cash ....................... 2.-00 .-. -w -BRYAN
*JJ fra5turei 5 made in the draped empr-princess school, by reason of the charity of cit. Jno. D. Leake, Chattahoochee. 1.0 U
ma" ZDnwent 'way to mend effect, with yoke and trimmings of sens of Pensacola aad other points. 3/
1 a At l .* duchsse lce er eloftul, Theourn yesterday. iai ..... ......... t..o $up0 ot
+" b, ,, duchesse lace. Her veil of tulle, The Journal yesterday ma wi to Supt. Total .hrg................... 30.00
Wh en coaWr W thae guard down caught by a spray of orange b Cook A check for $130. This covers ThrougNh A. GrUhND
his ey. sot l and her bouquet, a shower of all donations received since the ap A. Greenhut .................. $ 2.50 .
to t ie bridea roes and lilies of the valley peal was made a few weeks since for A. Warren ............... 1.0"
V 40Wag U p. wayer, -all of which will further enhance assistance for the poor. Rix M. Robinson .......... 2.00 Contributions Are Made
SIta aj .ta lTer patrician beauty. At the altar Those who subscribed to the fund The John White Store 5...... .00 A
Sk imI the GO MoMta ir. they wln be met by the groom and through The Journal and Mew rs. C4h ............ ............ 50 Through The Bryan and
Shis best man. Mr. Gasto' Lanaux. Greenhtrt and Cook, are as follows: Marston & Quina ............ 5.00 "
r!. aiar sea t fefetball a After the ceremony a reception will Through The Journal. Watson, Parker & Reese .... 2.0 Kem Club.
Cedhr., e studetib .cber -- be hold and a large number of A subscriber ................ $ 10.00 Geo. P. Wentworth ,. ...... 10.00 -
le desot m all an the jb a friends will extend them best wishes Mrs. Mary Cole. 116 Intenden- Jan. E. Stillman ..............2.00
the football aeaa's here ...d congratulations to the happy cla street .................. l.90 Knowles Hyer .................. 5.0 The following contributions to the
....... couple. Capt. B. Rocheblave. City .... 2.5 1 J. C. Van Pelt .............. 1.Ot National Democratic' campaign have
In the dining room. where dell- F. F. Bingham. City .......... 1.00 A. M. Avery................ 1.00 been made through the Bryan and
-T1 .L SUOkII ... clous refreshments will be served, Wme. H. Trimmer. Molino, Fla 1.00 T. A. Jennings .............. 5.00 Kern Club:
O7W.A iO II M .IF. ROACH. the table i lovely and bride-like in W. W. Richards, City ..1...... 2.50 H. H. Boyer . ............... 5.0" Theo. Baars ................. $ 15.94,
_rIsh imtertaelaed tie East its effect, tae center decoration be- C. W. Wills. City ............ 1.00 W. A. Blount, Jr. ............. 2.00 J. S. Reese ................. 15.00
Iw +ei e dlab y yesterdayy lt a most ing a large basket of white roses and Cash ......... .............. 5.00 C. R. Johnson .............. 1.00 R. M. Cary.................10.00
S** .lta .mmM, Tie ace p rie s1 eof the' valley. The serving J. W. Bullard, City .......... 20.00 W. J. & B. Firbes .......... 2.00 s. M. Lortin ......:........... 5.00
ml _l r-. -Mb1y*M .L M. Dysvi. a love. girl- will ,be Misses Louise Julius Menko. City .......*... 1.0 ---- W. A.,Blount, Jr ............ 5.00
cn .e.eter. loece. Mrs. j. Overall, Mare Shaffer, Marie Webb, T. E. Conlin. City ............ 2.00 Total.....................$ 52.00 Henry Bellinger ............. 5.001
wl o4e captured the cmamila- Pleeda Sag, -Freeda Donald, Emily Jas. R. Pickett, Carrabelle, Fla 5.00 Grand total .................. $212.00 Thos. H. Johnson ............ :.00
tin bit-lg.two. Mtal tiecesat t- Bouose, Virgiaft erndon, Carrie Hun- Ladies Benevolent Society, J. N. Andrews ........... ... 2.00
t r s L M, Davis wot the ter and AgRoF Orton. Punch will 'be Temple Bethel ............. 5.00 J. S. Roberts ................2.00
w .as&wcl ut glass served by Misses Carrie George and Mrs. C. H. Jackson. Gonzalez J. E. Abercrombie ........... 2.00
2.dh while Ms. Clatter cft tfor Mate Marston. Fla ...................... 1.00 A I LEAG E Chris. Kovach ..........1.. .00
0~ Sby a=d a oetty vase. The presents which are unusually A. A. Fisher, City ........... 10.004t UIIU LEAGUE Jas McHugh, Jr ............ 10u
.The.. s.. U| wil. be held with beaLtutfl ex s the warm admirs- j. p. Cowan, Bagdad, la .... 1.00 S. S. Ughtman .............. 1.00
tc har es. t ,iHan and esteem .of toeir many W. C. T. U. of McDavid. IFl.. 2.50 J. D. Goes .................. 1.00
wpmA WEDOING Dr. and Mrs. Laaux will leave, ,W. Sennott .....I ...... 1.00
S o L AST mNT. for a trip north, after which they L D. Hale Wilson ............... 1.00
'= allN yesterday at. will make their home inNew Orleans. FOi DHa Cl A Leslie E. Brooks ............. 1.00
Urwgg0 mfta the rowtaig, re. where Dr. LXAax -I a well known Italie E. BWoks . .*. .00
amthe TaM T Weddtlag, Physician of broBfaat promise. a101 ---- A. Door ................. 1.00
6 16 ai aset city last Among the. out of towna DIssuedo For Meet- F.F. B .Gardiner............... 1.00
a w"t wcb will be reawith guests are Mr. -and Mrs. George Ia. Nadn ola c inI .L- ue u gt n s. c. rdne ............. 1.0o
$t'- SaCx, pa ts o e h oroom r. r ad.ola, C. Piney ................ 1.00
A Mrtar i m. .aie social prom- George lmnaux, Jr., and Mr. Dennisa CRSo-- A day- Afternoon For Or- c. waters 1................ .
'te ia- W. ... C sc. ke .............. 1.00.
:;=m."a- t -. .n, n t. i=' 4mB. S. Williams................1.00
l.sinbat s evening at .0 PERSONA MENTION. .4 ga ation. G. Forcheimer........... 1o 0
SS Mary aR i --. ch ag fa.kle. Sam Ro- ................ 1.00
.ss .as. ;ac .sq u ors n Mitch Jacoby ................. .04
7g S HmisLoaa= cf NOw Those who art lairterestod In the or- pipAlLsubere bli iritedladiesit ] Br o................. 100
3wei be *K nnl ur at twe hb e gavivtiot of &. Civic L a ue for the .. of aPen r paoe oganpizin amove- H. L. Brooks................. 100
t-brMs'_ .pts. Mr. ad Mre. prps of beautifying the city, wilu -e-m ee n S_ &s, ma-m -" g o Le Daniell.. ...................00
is t .48 Gn met meet S t ldipso t Y M meat to fo a Civic League in h Jas. M. walker .............. 1.00

..... &lS" a s .. aSSllu; wlhrSe | m^ co"| ^ eere e ani. "u S: c."wm ..:::::::.... :: ;:0.
laxrcht aat 1 I etawn t C ie Wsy o a oew day- M. C. A. .-e, S7016ord ts 1i2 t ar" js W.alr es ............... .00
tadMesMMtt he. -C.A. e"-" f cd ty a I eetnory an i ns w oman in the r L. TeWB ler ................ 1.0'
_au s MFa Mr. ooat4 . ,.- s- .d d co e eft o'clock hprida iafteren ate theY .the . esHoton ................ 1.00
r rea e %o Ie aBa. T =e erday o te a r aont -- Ao- G .A W for. th atim purpose. Uan C Cy. Wat n ............ 1.040
w no w to ome Chic eeJs .s.W.ndrws............ 1

faw it.in4y -te rx he twr Statenay P-Fa ingr Tteapvyy. a stan. od n tof J. b. Teuarles ............... 1.0<
W.,II thltp entrs. e l now: -it .eor rooms rted hoe ity To g restedln the beautii- John L. PinnBeggs .............. 1.00
S tWo O tHalm' uAe. wheci Mr. asen of .ee we Osood M a don left .a 4). ATo elp other various to ges H. C. Owean ................. 1.00
ti. t ta f d 'wiy. stan oeratt n sot yhero r e the organization u will be timeo r l-nt .. E ye an ............. 1.o0i
W Is t-gaw il. Miles llae esi- gmer w e. Robinson ha- acttepid the the C.M. Jon 0. Baggett ................ 1.00
q mlad MAmnobr: nei ta tw o ate Paosition r a Tey w stog p at Green from our o 1. ecoanage tree planting . ...............1.0

IIthPelr m, Messrs. Gustave vie on their r n-and wlin bi the e H.H.IBoyer.T enes. Lea ................. 1.00
CsabyI asl. Am en. winoe ht of Judtel and Mrs. Richard- 6. To get aer pa from a l ae H. K. Quarlesm ............... 1.00

M aby the two remain, son... .. artst or the permanent improvement C. G. HartsnLne .............. 1.00
%satw the a M eMessrs- MUl r, O. Paoanef and beauMfcano4 o the cite e J. AgH.B. Owenright ............... 1.00

ar O y l SUaIa Ay. Then wllt come. The regular hoar of prayer was Jselection to laws on child labor Clde E. Wilsony ................. .o00
111/d M ]MMT' Miss Helen Rich, held yesterday afternoon .t the Gads- --
'tw Metty sister of the bride, who den Street ethe ch. rch. Mr r. Total nes....................070,
i01841 et a lovlY and becomtag gown Brown led the yieetga ta Her subject I the s1 lw \ t g down
Smdeen mat n 1 empire draped wastat"Womea Wire .r A talk een T ggi nst...............1.04

by Mrs. E. J.. Roberta.on tee "Wo- '
slb o Toleossrs. Gustave retedly, Mrs. n w te. ences. Len Le................. 1.00
bek y makes oath that hw so read a very intet former by Mrs. improvement C. G. ld............. 1.
ZMil r l5rtawStan ofw J. beney L Nobl n. Mr. l. A. Wright1.00tter and
a" r e Rich heldyesterday afternoon t the Gads

groAe__'oftee by Mirs. Blar3etoennSe et l n a bout thR a months.

) TNotarr Pbt ae.. Mrs. Henry Macket, s s tending this
eB' Ce Is taken ent.nany. week in Rloberts with relatives.,
*gns the o sr sem. Bnd for DAINTY DESSERTS. S -
& ledon O Can only sbe e i best ex- How the Nautical Gazette
f iaa iPiUs for cIani pa- avrite with tve best cooks A -M of New York Views

*MI-., j CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE. the Project.
f it of Muras. roles. Mrs. Mgq Order. an
r t.OO iT Mistaken now for. All dscinto antb Al
t a a 8ould Dayu Alte for wedditgs and The twentieth century piromice to
nerlf I.a C. Reo e, 518 N. Baylen abut r m be nt ase of waterways a.d canals,

Will a ha %as sopft
sool tbe frege owesIsea*

@ad i0c l staivem rIUt p
to pay P000100

keys. inside of which there is suffl
cient water to float gool-sised ves
sels, and the work of connectin-
these sounds would not require t0
expenditure of any great sam.
As for the construction of such
canal east of Mobile it is known tha
very little dredging would give a;
8-ft. channel from the waters of Mo
cessary to connect Bon Secout Bay
Thence. an 8-mile canal would be m
bile Bay through Boa Secour Bay
by inland water through south Bald
win County. with froSl S to 13 fi
natural depth in Wolf Bay 10 to 21 ft
natural depth in Bay La Launch, an
9 to 15 ft. natural depth in PeidiI
Bay. Then. two small shallows mig.
have to be removed. and about ha]

* Telepho

S On Being

C E of our 'subscribers
recently ordered his tele-
phone taken otat, ex-
plaining that his neighbors An-
noyed him so incessantly by
requests to use the telephone, it
had become a nuisance. When
other people were not using his
telephone, he said, his wife or
the servants were busy taking
messages to be sent to his neigh-
bors who were non-subscribers.
Rather than appear unneigh-
borly by refusing the use of his
telephone, he ordered it omit.
The free use of the telephone



a mile of channel deepening on a
straight line and a one-mile canal
would connect Perdido Bay by a
minimum depth of 8 ft. with the
natural depta of from 8 o 23 ft. In
Grand Lagoon. At the eastern ead
of Grand lagoon. one mile of chan-
neling would complete the inland
watercourse from Mobile to Pensa-
cola Bay's more thaa 40 ft. of water.
The solving of the problem of mov-
ing freight in this country in the
future will depend more and more
upon adequate waterways for, its
tranMport. and the sooner we can cov-
er the land with a network of relIable
water courses the better it will be for
commerce and for the prosperity ef
09 eoantry it general.



,ne Talks


by non-subscribers is an evil
which we cannot control. It is
annoying to the subscriber, in-
jures the service by placing an
unnecessary load on the switch-
board and brings us no revenue.
Then too, non-subscribers who
are not paying for service are
the hardest kickers when they
experience the slightest incon-
venience o delay.
We cannot ask our subscribers
to be unneighborly, but we do
ask them to bear in mind the fact
that we are not to blame for the
bad results of this evil.



Efficientw evice. Roesusable rates

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Grows HaiW


The Great DANDERINE Nevel
Fails to Produce the
Desired Resul.ts
T elive,. sad inigerimes Ie6W
g- mi 1 & t sad tisstes of te mne.
i bi i maig growth of t heo I.
lALlMVof wsaim -COSMEOW
has igw ad the growth of batr in
Kcaes that were ceadered& ha*-
A lay tram ntei r
"l g After a**holrttri l m. y II
entmasma I m a "e sweetr
of Italy.svery bm- er see one
p a quarter yLards a to.-
Deadeflme stumiates themelp.
makes it hbeah, and keeps k a..
k Is ie greatest scalp nviaarat r
Lnown. It is a wlolesome medicim
for both the bhar mad scamp. EVes
a small bottle of it will Mpt
more gemume life Ina year
hair tham a gam, of may
totmer hair teilo evesr imdm,
S It shows re. tq tr.m ..l
very start.
Now oa at every dru,,a .a
toilet store in the land ; 3 i--s
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Who they are and where they may be found. If
you are going to build anything, consult The
Journal's Building Directory.

Contractor and muIliWr, General Contractor and *MIIU ,'
Windmills, Pumps, tead OGrars, Penscoela, Fla.
Office, 204 BloMMt Lft. Phese WB. Phone NI.

WICKE & CO., Thos. F. Wriht,
All kinds of bllt tab s ,a stoae meen Inb sinessl here for veue
and lfctr pie FIxtu. y. N job too nes
Mal. Prue rina .
Bids furnsled 1on any s eo J. No. 4-6 W. Remana. Pheo"e MN,

W. R. TAYLOR, Sauners Mill Co.
If= &'a -0 v ra 3-1 3. G e 'wl" atno""aet
aels Brc. LAe T a. Cont.--c. q, lM d00r1 e~-a
200- L S d n -P-e SW.

Apdre&so f C. H. TURNR & C
SrueP Tabd Ceeso PNuase


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V-Vhat You Want Someone Else May H
t'Y ou tSo--e--o"II- _IsI Ia _




What You Have


Else May Want.

Rents! Real Estatel

ImWO I oS-oe .a. Lsts ws.. .-- I --sa a h or a
altt.e" aestahonm. osresNo beene s' adquartes for

West of Palafox Street. East of Palafox Street.
Li.u. 2- ufry Eweln#S. Nh Large2-stery dwellng, No. 34
la.. pa.nted U. Chae St., (modern.) ...064.00
t d.P Ugtj .....i .e5 Wt'o.' weltn, Cor. East
I P No. s317 North and -T *
S..... ... .... ... .........

4 -iu ee.t with, bth. -as s-,ts dselMlitg No. 425 fast

S We m.. te h tIe .-date OW N a 4m.l.Me. with us on
a tko oil"T*i - - - 944%6 .

- a. W. mos pse^ s aph^ suNMnc e 5N.s4.


O BUY-A good harms for
** f "
r'fU1PtlSb yeomg lady ste-
Cn give reference. Ad-
.U. IJacksa B St. 210Ctlt e fo,.r lAt
hearteat city. WC.*

-.S- *aboo*. Ac -
Salso aemptest cor-
t. aa-of hi.aling a eoertts-

jcar.eter C JretrSoa Itf
** w*

S m-PettonB as circular saw lier.
or foreman mto fist-class mil, ct ettlg
Se r export. Al references. Adre.
4 2 M. Meonsal Ala, locttW
r jWTU -You to onew that the Selo-
Furaiture Company ells blankets
r bedspreads. ruw. and lace cur-
rm weekly or monthly yleats.
Sos '521 and our aleman w call.
"-.Furniture Co., W. Government

S WA3B _K-Kodak devetluf and print-.y
Ing at Jobasoas Book Store.-e SctagO
;=WANTBD-An the ladies to know that
the tStpatterns in Parta taliering
a.a be en at The Parslan Tablorin
PUarb ;V BrWat Uul tg. loctui
.VAX7 -A41l kinds of dre armsa to clean
and., repair. To fit and duplicate any
kindef keys, especially work that others
S !.& failed to do. Frank W. Lawson, M
W. arden. aspt
W*WE WANT to make your stencils and
kays, and dA any kind of electrical or
zcebanleal repairing. ALloyd & Baroco,
'Vest Romana. Pimone 619. 2sept
WANT ID--Your orders fur fresh meat
and vegetables. Delivered any part of
city. y'4 Meat Market, li. ast
utwfm,. Phone '11:4. sept
WANTED-All kinds of second-hand
Sacks. Bring them to u a ship them to
ua.. Teleptoame us: write to us. Corner
stdesM and Alcanis streets. Telephone
No, 4.* F. 8. Mellen & Co. spt
WANTUD-A bayer for 15 lots i none
lock. and house w4th lots oa East Hll.
J,-N- Andrews, N. Palafox St. eepttf
WANTRI-Your shoes to repair while
yoe wait. Half soled I& Is-laute.
a s 14 1sad 1042. Mare

vubran to 721 N. Sth avenue. A. R.
a sp 22acktaroctlaw
, A _eal vet,-r with rubber. piner w
e M ter return same to Wet BMarlt
40~ rewith vn rewarme R. W. Waer

Ou *y. October N or en o A. ftrh
mttor dO I tERl Mike. auuapeed to
h been taken from eFunlakt Pen-
S t train about the de above
umi le. Twe "nty dollaN reward will
b| e aind tar his return to d at Marl.
e Vla wi H. Price. octlf
Ocratober.5th or to6. tred ris

ades Rentud -Mrnie sto r 42 o tof
Oeq been wtao lvoen threat taolPan-
Pat noe. head on aouthnd leather esa.
tf back. just above tan. reward for

_am_,Utao ) P. O. Addrt at McMPe Ian
tables 12W. n~~to -BW 7esep

MoKVaT, ORode COURSE. Nor-

HOTEd. LS. Madame

C bed) re-n anttd dtheury( including
ftraton.) P. 0. Address. Penaciola.

ILsat ns Monday. October the 5th. Phase

rm ate ns ira at ae taimes

When you can buy a home so cheap
and on such easy terms?-
S3- cash and 09 a month will buy an
elegant bome on Jackaoa street car line.
6 rooms, reception hall baith, gas. etc.
Price. $2100.
$100 cash and S20 a month will buy a
-reeom and hall house on Mast DeS
street. CLeap At $1S
$10 cash bd $0 "a month wlU buy a
-room boumas on North Hill. Price, 4,00.
m win bu" w of the prettiest homes
In the iMY. ast ieN. hat-bock of
car Utne. aa nodr. a roonv .

Leslie L Brooks Co.

4 3et Pagal stre

CHASE ST. 21 octlw*
stove, small heater, dreser, washstand,
and small window shades. Apply 501 E.
Government street. 22octlw*
FOR BAL1-4tarm ot l1 sore., 10 miles
from PeOoela. lese M1e. Address

FOR SALE-A large mare mule a first-
cla s Cndition. The Fisher Real estate
Agency. octtft
FOR SAL-Whma pool room in good lo-
oatwsr; wll esl at a bargain, on easy
terms. Apply T. F. McNea, 1 W. Zar-
ragesa.. oonUw*
FOR SALE--ight-room, two-story dwell-
: ing. muein. corner lot, 75x1s. Fine
location, near car and business section.
Would sell at sacrifice to make quick sale.
423 1ast Cervante. Phone 264. 2loctlw
FOR SALE-Lot Ane hems, tncubator and
portable hen house; horse, buggy, cow
and two helfeM: aiso tent and boat. See
Van Wlnkle East Jackson street, on
Bayou. s0ocwtlw
FOR SA)lB-I solid old case Howard
movement stem set, 15-Jewel watch.
Worth $125.9. For quick sale S85.00
cash. W. L. Morgan. Jr.. No. 27 South
Palafox street, or at Obbs, Quigley &
Morgan. otlw*
FOR SALE-Small dairy, 6 cows, horse,
w on and bggy. Trade established.
Worth $50 prottsper month. Price $SM0.
See Vaan Inkle. fast Jackson street. on
Bayou Texar. 1Ioctlw*
FOR 8AL-LAsse eof home at Bayou
Grande. 5 roeos, unW June, 1909. $12.50
per month. Apply to William Packham.
Pesacola. llec.W
FOR A. .HA.--' pds a&lso one
cbuss e m a"w. ea street.ry

yFo u Al- l bMl to eas for
tCiai4Ut.b Mos el Oee tu





LOST-Money, time and patience by not
taking advantage of The Journars
Want Ads. They always bring rualtoa
And they are not expense -
room house with all modern cavenit-
WIn exchange for city property. Joba N.
Day. 6 east Grdn street tMam
I' yeou think It Is Ime to "t' lees"
.se late you bought a yewar ae t
a luall Ino ad in thm ese cs

NOTICE OF REMOVALt-I have leased
the store. No. 101 North Palafox St..
for 2 years. I shall be glad to see all my
old friends and many ew ones tee.
Yours for business. N. Aadrews.

IF THE HOUsmwBwlai, whoee cook left
without notlee i wt e. she will place an
ad. n these columns for ameter and ths
eaid an the trouble at oz-..

Pay the rent to yourself and own your own home, mat-
ters not how small.

You can buy to-day cheaper and on easier terms than
you can after the value of land increases. The man that
succeeds is the man who grasps the opportunity as it
We want to see our readers as prosperous as we can
help to make them, and repeat our advice-BUY LAND.
Every man owes it to his wife and children to pro-
vide for them a home. The average wage-earner or sala-
ried man cannot afford to buy an expensive one, but can
buy with ease one of our new homes with spieious
grounds in West King Tract property, known as The
"Boyer Farm." The whole place is practically covered
with pecan trees, level, high ground, good water, splendid
neighbors. Some of the best people in the city are buy-
ing, and several families have alreafly moved in. Only
two of the $1200.00 and only three of the $900.00 places
The price we are now asking will seem like a mere
song in a few years. Every one that buys one of these
places will surely make money.
OUR PROPOSITION is, either all cash, with 5 per
cent. off ,or $10.00 down and $10.00 per month on the
$900.00 and $15.00 down and $15 per month on the $1200
place, 8 per cent. interest on deferred payments, taxes
and inhuraucc. These are very small, when you sit down
and figure it out. You will find you will own the property
in shorter time than you think. Interest, taxes and in-
surance will be* about all it will cost you. Do you pay
rent where you are? How much per month? Bear in mind
also that this includes 6 lots. the house bran new, all
fenced, ready far you to move into. Now, the purpose of
this is to bring'to you the oppotut-llyou. grasp
it?. We know it to be a good thing and we 'know you
will realize it if you buy, so let's get down to business.
Talk it over with your wife, go out and select the one vou
want, and come to our office.
We hope to have you for a customer' this week, as
next week the opportunity may have passed.


Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.

Agents, Thiesen l"ihing, Office second floor.

FMR KL-u h-nlaTypewalhar,
Bouts lexA.At

ORM Aa MiI comforts, bed-
lace curtains. Weekly
r Phone 971 and our
mal s. IN O nslomos Furniture
Co.. W. ova t. lOectlam
FOR mobds in large or
amell tasaw. M Beal Estate and
Invest mn ason. Ala. oct2tf
LAUNCB.23%n toMg. 44-anch beats. 7
H-P. Up1 d about 10 mm. par
bow. App rA. A. Wrighton. 6 W. Ap-
mana st as **"P"setl
FOR SALE-A fte 2-.7ry house with all
aeodern coanvewinces. on East HUil. one
Mek from car and on a corner fac-
R Sair a --MO on Baiyou
Ch 5 -w--ts coat more
than the sale -4o- 84
A -tes se nea lea M aat HMM -
at lin6ke
A N.- r sO is i temWt eA Wt Gar-
A 6Messh 1e04 lot N. spring
A re a2 lets.a North
A wt an esi r oft CIhase sad
COttaR e W Qewer t St.. $1ae0.
Cottage oa ntfs Bayou at slu0.
Some bushltneae oeu on Palafox,
Gard. Bates Itdencia St s, Pr-
ees an request.
Also zeme fwsm for sale.
JOHN N. DA. 6 Urn Garde. St.
DECAD CO' -f-' sest B novelty oat;
o. .er. r *W blue and amaber.

FOR SATJB T MWL-aree..e cottage

TSer K' AN S sm spss fr o m the 2a5W
Ss e -w .O% IN-wMill"U.FOR M gxi Kranh
Srsinae &SI K
por melwae A oEArT- m .Ow FOR SALE-No.
what unbasa A- 1' U
ie t The Jermat waat 616 EBat street. 2-story. 7-
room h se,- condition. now related.
for c mm d p C n be ma c t t f r
Ie S *n o Sat The Clutter MNudc


There are nay way to sell real estate.

You may try any of the known methods-real estate agent--sign-advertising.

You know the easiest, quickest and most profitable way-It's for a person to
come to you-ready to buy.

And the way to find buyers is to read Journal "Want Ads." every day.

Here is a man with $3,000.

He wants a house of a certain description and location.

He tells you so in a Journal Want Ad. column.

If you have what he wants you have a good chance to interest him.

Knowing the buyer's wants makes it easy to sell real estate- of any desciptou.

You should read them every day.

Instruct your real estate agent to read them every day--it's to your interest
and his. .

Naomi Ls a NO. aught of
Rebekah mee= o Moay ntaht at
3 o'clock at I. M'0 F. ha(C Rialtisg
sites cordially i nvid to be proeet.

Samta NO. IF. A.
^.. Friday, Otober 22. at 7:20
\ C Itk No t I, r.,=*,F. C. de-
gree. %Visitng brethren frater-
nally invitedL
E. J. SrOHT. W. W.

FOUND-The right place to buy blankets.
."mforT. bedspreads, rugs and lace cur-
tains on weekly or monthly payments.
Call phone 971 ad ~r salesman will caDl.
Solomoa Furniture M, W. hatendencia St.

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

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

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

WE have $100.006.90 In g r-anteed. first
clars, per cent mortgagess on city real
estate in any amount from $1.00 unLp.
You have worked for your money, now let
it work for you. The Fisher Real Estate
Agecy. . Palafox Street. _l-Jua.
Are yoe Settting par cea neot for
yourIf o 110 60% get .ral
that i "comg to you. We can place it

muSts. J. 3. u. Co.. 2 W. Romaas.

W. llaurd, does Ith Pay you laid t
=omrthhl-T Leslie ILrooks. M

IPh.. 1141d.

CUT FLOWERS-Orders taken for all oc-
sionsal particularly fO shor weddings and

funeras. Mbur oti C. Reeonse, 518 N
Baylen Phone 2 2 .. Rom 22oct

I e YOU WANTED a nice carriage and
,match horses for a wedding or to goc
ealMng, where would you go to get them?
To 'Pensacola Livery Stable, or ring
Phone 39. ocetltf
ed, repaired, cleAned and put in work-
ing order. Price reasonable. Chas. J.
Allen. Typewriter Expert, at J. A.
Walker's Book Store. Phone 1683.
J. C. YOUNG will repair your umbrella.
Make it good as new. Charges moder-
ate. 22% 8. Tarragona. between Garden
aad Romana Sts. 29sept
NOTICE-I will not be responsible for
debts contracted by Savine Le Poide-
want or anyone else. W. G. LePoldevant.
or If you would like to lend some at a
good rate of Interest on gilt-edfed se-
cuity, try The Journal's Want Columns.
It Is the quickest, easiest and cheapest
A. H. IfeLEOD & CO., Ballmakers-Can-
vase from 14-inch to 94-Inch. of all
weights. Iarge supply of Awaing Goods.
Tents, Cotsa, Hammocks. etc. al ways lan
stock. 708 South Palatox. 18eug
Thorsen, Prop.. solicits all knads of
moving and hauling. furniture packed
for shrnmenL Furniture stored. Office
phone o Depot phone 704. 21Jnetf
YOU ARE JUDGED by your printing.
It costs no more to have the best. Have
t done at the Maye Printing Co. 24 W.
JNO. A. BERG-Maoer of sails tents,
awnings tarpaulins. dray covers. Agent
Carpenter's Perfected Awning. only per-
fwt roat window awning made. 5.&
fW0 street.


For an attractive Cot-
tage with all modern im-
provements, on N. W.
A LL" a8M Cor. of DeSoto street
-3a -,- and 10th avenue., terms,

$25.00 down and $20.00

Call and see our list
of property.

206 s. Pa0ef.x st.' P... b r. Poerooie. loreid.

Byr for Your Neal Estate

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I Will Build a louse
To suit you and sell it on
easy payment plan on twc
lots on comer of 18th Avenue
and Gadsden street. Take a
look at the lots and ring me
up Monday.
This is your chance.

J. W. Bullock, Jr.
Phone SO. Th"it n BiM .

WANTED-Small colored boy. Imperial
Cigar Store, Lobby Brent Building.
WANTED-An experie d aeook to live
on premises. Apply Southwest corner
Bloupt street and 12th avenue. oct21tf
WANTED-An experienced stenographer
and office asisat for two weeks
only. Call telephone No. 29. at 8 o'clock
Tuesday morning for particulars. 20octlt*
WANTID-A flrst-class look. Good
salary.' Apply 229 N. Spring street
WANTED-An experienced solicitor to
sell blankets, comforts, bedspreads.
rugs. and lace curtains, on weekly or
monthly installments. Solomon Furniture
Co., W. Government St. 10octim
WANTED--Lady and gentleman can-
vassers to handle useful household arti-
cle. Good money; sells at sight. Apply
310 B. Government St. 4oct
UNCLE SAM wants Mail Carriers and
Postofflce Clerks. Examinations here
November 18. Examinations for Railway
Mail Clerk, Customs Clerks and Clerks at
Washington coming. 0W to $100 yearly.
Common education sumfcent Prepara-
tion free. Write. Franklin Institute.
Rochester, N. Y. .octim*


CONKEY'S ROUP CURE will cure your
wheeling, swollen-headed fowls. F. S.
Mellen & Co., Phone 334. oct17
FOR SALE-One good Jersey Cow with
young calf. Apply T. E. Welles. l4oct
EGGS are Eggs) Conkey's Laying Tonic
EGGS are Eggs) Is effective.
F. S. MELLEN & CO., Phone No. 334.
FOR SALE-Bayview Park Poultry yards,
Cor. 14th street and 20th avenue, have
Black Minocras. Barred Plymouthrocks.
pure bred cockrels and eggs for sale. W.
T. Tracy. octlltf
PEOPLE are findtng out-every day that
The Journal's Want Columns are all
that is claimed for them. Why not try
them and get what you want?
TO CATTLE OWNERS-I have a pure
bred Jersey bull for service. Rates $2
In advane. Roger Owley. corner Sth
avenue and 24th street, city. 21
FOR SAL--Two good mules. Leslie E.
Brooks& 3octim
WANTED-The public to know that we
have secured the receipt for compound-
ing the celebrated #Numa Chicken Food.
Well known egg producer. Cheaper than
corn. B. B. Market. Phone 947. Wseptlm*


T. Q. YATE 1. M. 0.

410 Sloput UuIlilng.
Twenty years' eperoenee ame an *ye

DR. J. B. TIT-La.R
810 BleNt esulade fPhase U.

Volunteer Vetea Flraemen' Assocla-
tions meets at Kalghkt of Columbus
Hall the first Friday 'a- each month.
ABE DANIELS. P resident.

FOR RENT-A furnished cottage of fear
rooms at the Old Mil l Inn. Apply to
Miss Liule Taylor. Met
FOR RENT-Houee at Bayou Orande. 5
larse rooms, at $12.50 per month. Ap-
ply to William Packham. Pensacola. Ia.

DeLuna Street .................... 00
30 E. Intendencla Street .........00w
106 S. Tarragona Street.......... A100
120 S. Tarragona Street ..........$12.00
12W; Remai n Street .............WL35
7 N. Palafex street ............... 4.00
Store near Palafox Street.
SNatial Hotel, 1I s mu m .........6.W0
00 Wright Street ............0W
1401 N. th Avenue .............. ..00
1830 N. Palafox Street.............1.00
1107 Kept CervanmtS ............0. LO
905 North 101us Street ........... 50
724 W. ZarrageeaStreet ........100
.207 N. Reus stret ................ xlS.o
1211 E. Cervantes Street .......... 12.50
15th Avenue and 12th Street .... 12.60
Cor. 16th Avenue ad 14th Street.., *.00
21 K. Intendenca Street .........j3 .00
612 E. Government Street ........Z.31
1307 B. Strong ........... .....SL2.5
e101 Strong Street ............. 8 ee
Large I-room house at FishervIfle.
With electric lights, bath hot and cold
water; can be rented furaished or una r-
nished. 2 servant houses in yard; 2 Mocko
from car line.
Cor. Romana and Palafox Sts., two emo
ces upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate
Phone W8.
PART S out of a Job aOud try The
Journal's Want Colunus. The cost Is
small and results almost certain. At any
rate. the are worth trying, for yoes have
all to gain and nothing to lose.
IF YOU HAVB anything for rest why not
advertise It In thee columns? Every.
one is sure to see it.
A warehouse with private sidetrack.
Stores Bast Garden Z.. near PalaSe.
815 to 320 each.
217% South Palafox. upstairs. pool room,
Store. Gadsden and 4th avenue. $10.
104-10 South Tarragona St, $0.0M
119 S. Baylen. 320.00.
Fishervfle. modern. $17.50.
114 W. Rom.mM. $15.00.
1009 Strong SL. 216.06.
37 I. Romana. 12.CM.
126 East Chase, $12.4.0.
2200 N. Spring. S0.C.
S 122 N. 7th, I12.50.
710 West Main, $8.00.
1301 W. Intendencla. $8.00.
S East Garden St.

TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with
bath room attached. Apply 21 &4ut i
hlcanits street. lSoctlm*
of gas range. One furnished room. 102
N. Alcanis street, Cor. Chase. Phone 1102.
THREE NEWLY furnished rooms with
kitchen and bath rooni attached. Ap-
ply 21 S. Alcants St. locUm"
ROOMS FOR RENT-Cer.traly located.
Good neighborhood. 18 E. Garden St.
FOR RENT-Coromfortable furnished rooms
with gas.and bath, one block from Pala-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. Ioctlim
Also rooms for light housekeeping at
Flaherville on the beach. Terms reason-
able. Mrs. C. J. Alien, Phone 1683.
FURNISHED ROOMS by the day, week
or monti. Apply No. 3 N. Palafox St.
light housekeeping. Apply 614 E. Jack-
son street. Toctim*
FOR RENT-Rooms sultale for light
houiekeeping. Apply corner Cervantes
and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. foctlm
FOR RENT-Two completely furnished
rooms. suiable for light housekeeping.
Use of gas, bath and phone. Apply in
mornings. Phone 1225. lctl*
FOR SALE ADS. always bring relts.
Why don't you try The Journal's Want
Ads.? They are doing wonderful thig.
for other people and why not you?
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished
front room. southern and eastern ex-
posure. phone and bath. to desirable
party. North Hill. Private family. Ad-
aress Box 574. 16aug



FULLER HOTEL. Apal lcoita Oldest
etablished hotel In ctty; ftua Iath,
est service. Rates. y and
THE JOURNAL'S Panama Canal Edi-
tions at 5c a copy. Full of
and local views. Jus7 t the thing to se to
out-of-towa friends. They are ready b

A lot of old newpm
tied up in neat bundles or
sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour-

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New York Medical Authorities Claim
:s fai1DUIypepsia Cnauese Consumption.
S: /a The post mortem statistics of the .
big New Cork hospitals show that
some cases of consumption are due to f
.m nn .rH l I m unchecked dyspepsia, especially when
,% ,^ - ---^ I m im l -i M.K iL te victim was predisposed to tu-
.- -berculosis. of Gas
Dyspepsia wears out the body and the c
TNel 3II I M Iu ,lCmLiJ0 brain, the weakened, irritable stom- other
ft x ill h UiUif irn ach is unable to Nigest food, tbe ote
SU U U III body does not receive the nourish- Mrc
S" \ ment, constipation ensues and the in get
S' / victim becomes tino. Vrrat and hag- mo
President of Louisville and 'fertue field for the germs or dis-
ease to lodge and flourish.
_V INashville Scores the Therefore the peron who permitsA G
H L [ 1 ~1& ^ "r UWB .'* ^' dyspepsia to progress unhindered it r ENSACOLA
Chief x tecUive. guilty of contributing toward the de-
" 1 ^. A ,velopment of one of t he most in- Phone 14& 24 an
sidlous and fatal diseases known to
HE CHAGE THAT THE LAT- sppsia is curable if properly
TER GAVE OUT AN INTERVIEW treated. Tne Crystal Pharmacy sell
a remedy which theT positively guar.
.4. M,~l tS3 w 1 FILLED WITH "MISTAKES," AND antee will cure indigestion or dys-
THTta m T OTIO HEHA AS pepsia or they will pay for all the 1880
THAT THE POSITION HE HAS AS- medicine used during the trial. This
SIA N- .ERRONEOUS ONE. remedy is an absolutely ilew medi-
S ... UMED IS AN ERONOU ONE. cal discovery -and has been named
Sg l Rexall Dyspensia Tablets. Certainly
S. no offer could be more fair. and the
President Milton It. Smith of the offer of the Crystal Pharmacy is
Sl , Louisville & Nashville Railroad has proof that Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
S- r written the following *letter to the are a dependable and infallible rem-
T Montgomery Advertiser, in which edy. Inasmuch as the medicine will
Governor B. B .Comer is scored: cost you nothing if it doea not bene- YOur prosperity dates
My attention has been called to an fit you we urge you who are suffer-
K T -" = -- ' i i 11- ,,extended communication from Hon. ing with indigestion or dyspepsia Have you started on the I
B. B. Comer, governor of Alabama, to try this remedy. A twenty-five
S~ -- published in your issBe of the 11th cent box of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
inst., in which he, in a characteristic, contains enough medicine for fifteen not Open a savings account
frenzied nmanner, repeats the accu- days' treatment. Remember Rexall
stations he has for many years been Dyspepsia Tablets are only sold in add to it regularly. We v
making against railways, courts etc. Pensacola by the Crystal Pharmacy,
The animus of hip expressions re- Brent Building. pounded.
garding railways is that they do not on e
always conduct operations in the man- CoII rrIl acCOUnts
ner demanded by him. and that the would seem that. he ought to be satis-
court does not always make its opin- fled with the results already accom-
__ 0 ..... -i Ion conform to his ultimatums. His polished. Thousands of employes out
intolerancee of the views or wishes of employment, or only emphlyed part
A lir fll 't~ tfh~e ml rin ito the pilot house of a passing n nr of those who may die." from his is of the time; shops closed, or partial-
mel t ID U UIll U all be of mi.slo L Iu ui m- lm -m recognized by all who have dealings ly so; many industries, dependent up- l
dunt, and, shll be liable to have his with him. and by many others. It is on tae activity and prosperity of rail-
HlinH u1 811 HIII Vlt "cebse suspended or revoked. hi aninfirmity. ways. in distress: innumerable vacant
rule applies to all vessels propelled The Governor Rages. dwelling n all th industrial cities;
Sby ~chinery, whether steam, naph He rages because the railways, *s- thousands of people leaving the coun-
Sm tha. gasolee, electric or otherwise- pecally the Louliville and Nashville try weekly, forced to emigrate be-
S Nautical Gazette lr alrod Company. have not refunded cause unable to obtain employment, Designated Depository
m mSli r I i o i L u nlu all of the claims for overcharge on etc. And yet, his race is in no way
Cleared. lumber in accordance with the de- mollified. His persistent and effect- w. H. Kwi-a_. Pr.=Ment W. K. My
Simbria. Ital bk, Bianco, 10Z, for cision of the United States supreme lye egorts to destroy are in effect Tho*. w. Eres, A-it. es-Me.
*IS Ium" Santa Crus, with 634,000 s ft lumber. cobrt in the case of H. H. Ttft et al. putting in practice the methods ad- D rr--. C. r W. A
S0 Saltmah, r s, oRgers, 2369"edeviled Into a Gambling v. Southern Railway Company et al. -vocated by the Irresponsible agita- a
for Breaes, with 7.200 square bales Tae Loulasvflh and Nashville Railroad tor. M. H. SMITH
NEWS* cotton; for Liverpool, with 313,000 s Hell," Says Herbert N. Company is a seat corporation and
ft ltumber.400square balestcottoCn.892o while it continues to be so, must pay
round bales cotton, 614 lbs wood all lawful claimsR Some of the claims
STransactin handles. a on. bav already been paid and others I H SS
will be pad asioon as accurately ad-
GO" of trest A= LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. judicated. May; it .not relieve the I lal i-S /
SSteam.Ihpe. As to the boast that Wall street is poignoncy of the governor" anxiety
The R av hf Mag-a'ln Br as, McKee, 3421, Gal.the financial center of the united that the claims-phal la. paid, to know
veston to A. A. Brown & Co. States nothing could be or prepw c a s ein e ef ere a wirelarger
r- Adelbhed Meell, Ger as, Menzell teous. As well might we say that urchasers of yellow n plae shipped BU YS I Th r e ru
3149, Wilngton to the Keyser-Muing the
T-be were n movements of vew denCo.- r...axim's is the intellectual center ot points re 'cord a during the pe- T o Tomen In this city toda
S report. t th arbormaster-sor Pomaron, Br as. Canham, 1250, Vil. Paris, or that Coney Island s theso ri t contention was wages but do be-not realize an
Se yeter a n accot the tog a Real to Juao A. Merritt & Co. cial center of New York. The real in adjichatAd tse cre Or s andause it is spt in sma a
poiialthi lanthe bay.R Iomadalen.ow Br a, Witten, 1632,' centr f -n- e which s4e jlys accrued? Qr tI npent
eaUas t ,Vera naidC to the Keyrer-Mbldon Co. financial center of this c try, do6s his animosity extend only to the fE moment, rather than put as
Thue. British steamship Magician y es B. r SK u l- .f you wish to know the truth, railways in Asi.rabels month for a lasting comfor
"fled yesterday loorniD. She called Port Inglis to J. A. Merrt i Co. is under Mr. J. P. Morgan's T Il"l f Be erroneous posi-
bere trm Galve4ton for bunker a S in BIbQa, 1399, hat. But it is not, and ever le ha whes NCLUDES TE NEOTATION avin i the foundat
.13 99eo I t oIsuc.scom plains that leyI nrestrainedT E NE T A T N S in i th
T- a c ew Orleans to -Cary & Co. has been, in the betting ring of they from reducing o rates of the rail- WITH AEL IASND AmericanaI
The a aDeaen sc oet rDris yWtd ar uo rur a-,sitt .eddi. tock Exchange. The latter is neither ways until. tmnj usta e o e 4sW coatem- WpO tHI E OPEA S
ayvtting Iftodt charge' a 1 caroon f streeaell, or sipf, a ver, to more nor less than this-su open mar- tion has been adjudicated, and de- CATE FOR THE OPERTIES,
1 dealers. arlawood. Br. s. erer through public neglect, has been ut effect and the n adjudicated PAYNG SUM OF 7,000 FOR ARICAN N
The lritish steamship e. 0. Salt- e- u.Ing magnitude and prestige. declares able to t^hecontention of the carriers, M r e lar.,
imarak will clear today and probably) E. 0. Saktmarsh. Br. s, Rogers, Herbert N. Casson in Hampton's the revenue that tty would have de- e Preidt. P & Csbi.
=9.LemUr0ool to Guk RT t p .dt Co. Broadway Magazine for -November. ri..tvedb eadthey not been restrained
e . more ndispensable to legitimate bu- not be recovered while on the oter Tallahassee. Oct ober The neT -
TShe &soTs Angelinaand Cl t m ER H tVncentt Br s.M rippont 19&C, Car- ness men than a poolroom is to a hand, the ratray are required by gotiations that have been pending
SadSr s & Co. The former haS dif t Juius Schreyer. stock farm or than a drunken tndian the courts togive bond torefund the for some time between city author- 1 ^i
0 sad the latter 1,000 pounds of red Sandow a.Br s Paterson, 2773, is to a field of barley. Every.traight- d between th rat te ater ork and Gaactly
.a.. Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. fibc7red capitalist abhors It. The men arged and those finally fixed should "es and the Water orki and Gas
m-t Tar 1e, Stret de t o e rai the deci on of the courts ustainvthe Companfesiratve finallynculminated in
SAnna, At ass. Rodvich, 1304, Gal. who really direct and operate the rai- nts uta n te pur e whereby the City of Tal-l
The steamship Manteo arrived ye* vestos to Gulf Traas'it Co. roads, traction and strstaining ladts- action of the state. Mistake lahasee is placed in rank with
..... ltoNor bk, ., are creates & th us a ......istill A not her "Mista e." .l tan s a e ites p l eae dhinipank lwit h
terday morning from St. Andrews and Brit as Victoria, Stephens, 2094, Ia- tries of the nation-the clean, able He charges that the uville and seother progressive municipalithas
o*er points and left last night for vans to Hyer Bros.obusinessmenwhoamstrivig tocae c gsNsat thelsve and os d ther p sive m aliase
er ppts and left on their work successfully under an Nashville rod Comtpany refuses which own and operate suc public T. A. JENNING,
S* * hMaoe.rca, Nor ship, Arnesen, 990, despite condition indexed by vicious to give through export bills of lading, utilities as electric, gas and water Pres Jent.
*n cnnit Fritz, ad i Bueno Ayres to A. Zelius. stock-watering and law-defying meth- through the port of Mobie on right nt
The a lea atn Mabella. Nor ship, Backer, 1M.s ods of high e raance-unatotoy oa- ashlments. I have before me an ad- The present city council, after long
5f yeSt r5, dwilT Il uleuorp Aberdeen to orgder. demn Wall Street and wish It acte rti claed issu e bythMM r and care ul consideration of all ar- DN. R.
tesdo oont anbtsuthe Nytos kar. Rbus 1ight be ifted from their ha l- from Mobile Ala... in Connection guments, both pro and con. acquiesced F. E 3rawner., M. Roch
aRemonstrat. Nor bk. Rostrup 1509, ders with the Lo isville and Nashille in the known desirea M a majority osver Jrnagen. Ii Thos. F. We
t* e s Puerto Cabollo to A. Zelus. t. brokers is not at all necessary for o Co xi the IaI of their fellow-citizens and put to a .. L. Lappistan, W. L. Meye
The bark Western Rtonareb did not Nordlyset. Nor bk, Christensen, the legitimate buying sad solata lo ada o matwen.. ,.vng fr wsha vote the question whether or not Tal' Lep Mayer, J. R. Shemal
sall ytrdy owgto the fo 1464. Buenos Ayres to master, stocks Capital should be S lgsce> oftwenoty-onhepments fonr w lahaihee should be bonded for I he T. A. Jennings, cart H. Jern
sal y.e wint to the Antonioa Span. bk, Roura, 1242, talnly: but Wall Street ake4 ~ bills of lading to foreign ports. ca oe p75r000 wich was the pvr-
~r ^ . Heavana to master. Crseous. It should be alert, but Wa l He o lIans btt of h a e Prc oe the apllant.. Te vote
nThe last Gret Lakes sling vesri or bto R.....'- aein 1' Lsb Stir t m ak e freie It Wa'! 15th day of the present month there BUS
t ae her e fm eh alto, Nor bk, eiane, T= uerto Stree creates a thousand( artifieitsi pacing a riveri transaction between the Phladelpia BUSI
George, which recently wend Neus, Port bk. Arroa09 to Rix risks and uncertainties. gopoint oAlabama 'Tese ratet ae the city of Tm a d
rs the Atlantic ocean. The Sturges ?HIawatha, Nor bk, Johnson. 1406, . fAXER ad a half. Has any consumer corn- was fnaly conclued.
A reded In Bay Shelure for the port of Liverpool f master. A. BAKER & C plained of :the increase? Let me Death of Jno. P. Apthorp.
New York. and was to have Banled for Borroundale. atus to ericksen, -MAFACUR' again call his attention to the fact Tallahassee, October 20.-John P. N
Mobile shortly. She was abandon 1191, pt. Nouata to master c en. MA__ FACVRERS that muc the larger portion of pack- Apthorp, for thirty years a resident ITH CNI l I tNS N
at sea last week.-Exchange, Nor bk Western Monarch, Thorb- Sea SS AUrpell"ne 8iUW lug house products grain and grain of Tallahassee, died at his I'ome after 1AL TI lJ AL
< * jontsea. 128. Baenos Ayres, to J. A. products consumed in Alabama. is two months of entire nciplessnes.-. PENSg
A decree setting forth that the Merritt & Co. produced in the state. According to Monday, the 19th.
ameunt of 143,*38,200 Is due upon the Gavarone Fratqlli. Ital bk. Rittore, statistics compiled by the United Mr. Abthoro was born in the state A General Sanilug Sustgess Coad^M
ends and copons of the Cousondated 1463, Genoa to master. States government, the state.1 Ms- of Iiutnois, but. reelved :iis education We
Stmship Lnes of ane, of New A mheeners h F i B rodbeed47.849 ushels of at Amherst 'College, Mass. After his -
York, which went iato the heads of Donna Christina Am sch. Frisbe. ee w- hi 190S. The-tota xafpmeatt ^ caaB to Talahaassee he was mar- Selted.
rewelvers. was entered by Judge Put- 165, BellIe to master. oiran fnio potatg on byond toe eet tod isss Elle s Osgoodh and of t his seliofte
Basm In the United States circuit court -. .OlaIqand Miastpq .l.SOers s 0 fr marriage was born four daughters and
at PortIaad Me. last week. The she Likes GonSe Tings, -- ____--,. f Naue- to A pApSbtTt Alabama-, -M- omse son. Three of these children,

court orders that if the indebtedness ,.s ,.. Ed:"Iikoo things K M ^ m F U e ury er o wo rese. B MCART.
whsanhavedtd. ...'., of New Lifen id,- 0M i 06Mude-._ the-7$ %.v the et. t-hom
is not paid within aive da all Aae .un. Maine : l REEeodt h1 9M,. CART, J2iN^- to
or the capital stock of the various cor- a e adspI s. e n e .ess dr- s ... h ed care and
p-etlMonms sd-d to the trust om- Pills a o urfamily laxative edcine. e ta i ee and attention during the twelve year
pmys lbe sold. oJhn F A. Mer- because they are.goed a-d do their .All Weik Tes$eted an Gum t, rates on cotton from noits in Ala of h3 invalidism from locomotor | h Pli
-- .....a... f Part work without making a rus about It" Wr-e us = r me. W m m 9 ae o to southen- mlls I am ad- ofatax A sister- Miss Annie A--
landwr laointed special masters gist. e. par'.er o t ed that .such rates ~have not been thorp. alao shaM with her nieces
toe-dft tbsale druggists. c ri. advanced: that there have been some this labor of love. having become a
A* m at decee submitted to Judge rl and AlaM B slight adjustments f a few unim- member of her brother's household
. tnam gives stockholders of the &'-'-" LAND COMPA" Y portant points, Involving slight reduc- upon the death of his wifehin.1895.
Nastera Steamship Co. until-Nov. 24 MAKcm Z REPORT. O tons a sw-:41as slight xncreases, During the earlier yearsof his1res- CAPITAL 00e. SURPLUS A
to pa aro with feds sufficient to payaSAN Delers t%. He raves because competing ranl- idence in Tallahassee, Mr. Apthorp DIRECT
1o0 l clanS and orders the as-,y L LUMBER. SAWED CVR 0.4116, WayS Publish and maintain uniform acted as Superintendent of Public In-
"I?1h om y 'Sold at *" 8~ PENSACOLA COTTON MARKT AND KILN-DRIEN.rAP. ates between competing points. How structlon for L[on county. by ap J. J. OOTON. R. M. CAB'
11 the eamgpsay sold at ,auction PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. 111---11M-- I eam the commerce of the country be wointment of the then governor, Mar- W. A. D'AIBUSa J. B. Rf
wIN" One .tb after the date men- The,-Efolioint ig recprtTIn furnished daily con the commerce of the cmtiy be lpontment of the then governor. Mar- W. A. D'AM..35 J.,. RE
ie t prie of $1,0,000 for The Journal by MMs & Gayle. F. 0. CREW NOTICE. codted in an orderly way except cells Stearns. He was also at one A General asking uses Tnsact a
toned. As tB.o P i cotton merchants, Pensacoa. Fl .: -Neither the Captain, Ownem by uniform rates by competing car- time assistantt principal of the Leon ,Mts i S
ftr tia ak Mfted-. Good middlitag ..................... S 1. --s nor Consignees of the Nor. b. riers? Different rates by competing county seminary.
S Wir 'd t. consider an middling ..-------------- 1 I f R mosntrant. will be carriers necessarily causes confusion His funeral services took place
i aet tlerte wotf the aster strict low &'-1- eCrew of aveel. by and discrimination between persons this afternoon from St. Joon's Epis- KIfOWLES BROS
t 0eea atle1as but of tmidNe AaStern F-. ROSTRUFF. and places, which is prohibited by ex- copal church of which he had been a
Stem '8 utirs, butt said he NAVA.a STORES.Te f KEYSER-MULDON CO. ptain- Isting laws. Does he w'i a return member for many years, and his re- Is an
d t ,tntin toa a s arttoresh a Oct Theio follow ConiEgnWe. to the pratices t. so prevail- mains were laid In the city cemetery IRE
ti ee that other px- G ........ ...... 0 CREW NOTICE. e-L which resulted In numerous rate by the iide of his wife. Awee e
tles would te indebtednes.- WG ................................. Neither the Capta Owee wars irregularity Ina adjustment of The pll bearers were: Messrs. T. The Equitable
.NMtal .Gt -- --.................-.....-...... 5 15 oron gte o Lwa Pa be rates and secret rebate ITUdoubted- H. Randolph. B. C. Whitfield. J. B. .LIP ASSURAcE Uscr OP NEW
S- * a--K ........... .............-......4 0 W responsible for debts contract- ly in those times the lterXor, from WhitSeld. W. V. Knott, William -V _.
Sa dec~do Capt. Westcott, steam ........................... ......3 SO ed. by the Crew of a ia iswel known- energy and activity, Chnd and Edwhi Bames. s2. aSt a .
nmector for the -Detroit district. H ...................... .... ........3 45 vesse F.r HT did not permit his compeaUti y trade -
ina the opinion of he in .. ........................ to ; TO ORDER. ia t any p vm ta or him. If F SO THt.E T- iRl f
-- ........... ............... eut rates were r-ed he would 'I ave found Bucklea's Arnica SOU RICK
t keaseration was an- .................................. CREW NOTICE. be amog the first to biB tohe,.- Salve to be the proper thing to use for Mr
.... co.travention of B ..................... .......2 60 Ne thr the Captn'ws by. and his well recognizd ability as sore feet. as wenasfor hegung burfs, mU o. .. ec.
te r by the board of s- kts. rm. ship Majorka. will brespon- a buslaess man ensures him his full sores. u, ts and an manner of abra- 4.e... .
pervisi which says sible for debts contrated by share of thq benefits derived from s writes Mr. W. Stoe, of East-
."Ay w" rt t ay steamy The Journal delivered att th w ok secret rebates. ad, Maine It Is the proper thing
wewelwoe ra or cause to be ZELIUSa His rage again-t railways, especial- too for pieh. Try it;l Sold ader guar- .Subscrib r --r ,
81hed tktrays- the archlightI your door, 10c a w k. ieQIsd" ly Alabama railways, Is Insatiable. It antee at all drutggists. 25c. r
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j f(CeStimN Frem f Paei 'T s b this Is tto t Mexican ustangI iheIuioa
right of ay man or set of men. volua- tro quraon set tercourse
edy" In embodied in house, bill No-. ?4 of or b aInr oany persons
thh first session of the sixtieth congress, whom he or they. -V or without h ood IS AN'IS0rI AND HEA NG
the complete text of whit Is hereto ap- reason dksikeL. sTmay sometimes be A IS rl a A XL I .1
ended. Th gist of the bl.ase can be un-ChrisUtian, but I* i sot Illogical. Bt C. Dn S *aLd -Cu, Dsiu .
re aH y ferring to the complete text. is when It I n aL Sred prp a Of nur P l e A a a
ft"^ F .-irpt. after forbiddiw aAy federal j udgq selves oo "Auch "nteopurse, but to '"e g Aw1n
to isue a restraining order for an Injunc- render the life of their victims miser- t r
tion in any labor dspte except to pre- able by persuading d ntimidati.g oth- For Man and Beast. At u 2 S $1.
S-- ------ vent Irreparable injury to property or a rs to refraln, such purpose is a maliclous
;.. .' property light. it specifleaily provides one mid the concerted attempt to aC- LYON MANUFACTURING CO, 42 Sewa F t.. M. .. OYr
that. "no right * to carry on conmplish; it is a conspiracyy at comtnmn
busines of any particular kind. or at any law. and merits and should receive the
particular place. or at all, shall be con- punishment due to such'a crime." III IIIi
4trued. heit. considered or treated as Th- conmnissiop further states that this
"'Fo rI the$ n Wa -- s right.'- "which wai condemned by Mr. tMit hetl -
S .ond. it provides that nothing agree! of th" United Mine a\ork'-rs of
or a ,.Jj--j al )aon or clone hv two or more Parties In Amu.rica. ,n his testimony lwf,,r. thle. t-orm-
S l or t a d y--W s l an, te sectionn vtirlli a labor dispute sha t mission :-d which certainly deservedr the
n M .. astltute a conspiracy o1 other criminal reprothatlh n of all thought ul and law- J .. Y ul
.>tf.l.' seor be prosecuted a nuch unless .abiding -ttizens." O S
buai.-s *S '1 k ::ie !thing :agreed upon wouldl-be unlawful Does. Mr. Bryan agree with Mr. Gomp-
Sbill hero,, de-,ribed Is not onl- ,e the hefo,'emnt o ever- Dictionaries and Atlases lookm
n .' e. ihat Mr. (t;,,mpere "h*as already y-on shouid be witllrawn; that he
,t S n dl.duhmittedltoi.tonrress." buttitDitathelon*d intdustaal excommunication of the inno- *n
', and onlv, "'r.n ymv" which he and those cnt nerchnnt. who refuses to ender un- for the home and for the of- co g
asso.ialels with him in his present move- qtnestioned obedience to .the orders of
f* *a*7eit ,a. ar'ounced that they will ac- Mi. t'ompcrs. should be legalized and .i1-
Sept in tl. mtter of his reae ouraged. or doe he believe with s. a fce. Both are necessities. us or
againstt th-e courts on the injunction with Mr. M3litchell and other labor leadre r
Issn.', willifter from Mr. Gompers in this ma l. Full line Of each at -
T... ('hf.unsel for the Anverian i+'edcr&- tor. thn't this forni of the boycott i of
tion of Lab'r ant; Mr. Gompers. its presi- n.ralh.- wrong: that labor at war should
hearing before the houge ,-flalritt 0eon right. of nt-utrals; that innocent third HARRY T. HOWLAND,,
Judiciary, the ,ounset for the Ameritan parties should not be coerced into taking
Federation of Labo)r, oad Feb. 5. 10T. (as sides in Industrial disputes to which they ain, D Lu u DOck Str.
appears front the printed hearings). are in no sense- parties, under penalty of
s. tated: having their business attacked and de- D* aA L- Ph 101. I
S",T1 b, ll was considered by at least stroyed? Mr. Taft is perfectly dcAnitet S SThe ne
two sessions of the executive council of on this proposition.
that organization and unanimously aps- Where does Mr. Bryan stand?
proved. It was considered by two of its The citizen who votes for or against taken special and peculiar Interest In Mr. giVS US
^W'I ^ national caiaventions-Uhe two latest-and Mr. Taft on this proposition does so with Taft's eandiday,. because I believe that -to some--yust why
by these unanimously endorsed. And in his eyes open and with a clear under- of all the men in this country, he Is the
tile face of rany proppitions to amend standing from Mr. Taft himself of his man be- iiiqualitied for continuing the OUr COats hold their facilities
It; in the face of many proposed substi- position. He has frankly discussed this work of securing to the wage-workers of
tutes: in the face of pressure from every subject time and again with workingmen the country their full rights. I will do s w ll
direction, from high sources and sources themselves both in this campaign and everything in rny power for the wage- SnapC so well.
Snot so exalted, the orgealisation has stood prior to his nomination. He has been w.-rkers of the couritry, EXCEPT TO DO
by. and is to-day standing by this bill willing to express his positloh clearly and WHAT 18 WRONG. I will do wrong for Xe k w t e
Without amenadtnent. to assure workingmen that to protect no maI. and with all the force of ,my
S* ; ~|Mr. Gompers. himself. In discussing this them i n their rights he is willing to p power. solemnly warn the laboring men 10e S
hill before the same committee on Feb. to the limits of what he considers justice, ot this country that any public man who better materials and bet-
2'8. 190o (as appears from thle printed but that he will not go farther. His deft- a vocates doing wrong In their interest
hearings), went on record as follows: nition of justice to labor does not, as we cannot be trusted by them, and this ter inside construction.
"Events lhave demonstrated clearly to understand it. include either of the prin- whether his promise to do wrong is given
my mind that there is oi ly one bill be- ciples contained in Mr. Gompers's pro- kno; ing that it is wrong. or because of
Sfo|re the committee that can at all be ef- gram as set forth offlclally in this bil. a levity and lack of consideration which Costs you no more.
fective to deal with thi abuse, with this Does Mr. Bryan disagree with Mr. Tatt make him willing to promise anything
invasion or human rights, and that is the on these proposting? ; r without counting the cost, if thereby sup- a
SPearre hill."n th Will he state publtlty definitely. cote- rt at the moment can be purchased. Suits and Overcoats
Further on in the same poe of the gorically, whether he acSeatI the program st aI have fought hard and shall con-
. hearings. Mr. Gompers tts outlined In this bill, as Mr. Gompers in tinue to fight hard to bring about in the
"I will say this, that I think I wml t rt his letters has assured the public that fullest way the recognition of the right
to make my position dthe e does? of the enploye to be amply compensated T Eectrca
SAmerican Federatio n of s r d- Mr. Bryan's party platform paid a high for Injury received in the course of his
Scare itselftIt M UP t tr ibute to our court of Jusce. It stated: duty. so I have fought hard and shall $20 TO $50 wocoNAC
principles involvdIntheLa "We resent the attempt of the Repub- continue to fight hard to do away with all
itin of aor that I examined a beat thr e can party to raise a e issue respect- abuses in the use of power of injunction. NO CONTRAC
.tion of tabor, that we rwhcht Ing the judiciary. It I. an unjust reflec- I will do everything I can to see that the
Scomlpelled to bear the hich tion upon a great body of our citizens Power of injunction is not used to op-
have, for a longer soiledKn too I to amw e that they ave no respect for press the laboring man. I will endeavor E.W .
wrong prnci .te The "great body of our eltisen.'" to e e, nte nters td of allo it- P e
ta time wouldgv t peope -- Mr. Iwhomt his plattormrefers admittedly zens. be they laboring men, business men.
lief to which labor-theW0 p Mr. Gompers and his flowers. professional men. farmers or members of
are enti thled." anMr Gompers, now Mr. Bryan's open any other occupation so long as they have | S U*
Thisbi, l.then. andmiefloSS tieM G Pre and avowed ally, has. In the letter herein in their souls the principles of sound
__u as sents exactly the relief that M. oi'M quoted, attacked the federal courts in um- American citizenship, I denounce as
h -- __ .. 'demands In the way of antl t h measured terms of reproach because, by a wicked the proposition to secure a law A W ISE
~letter is co-rrect, thisWi -eprets, what long line of decisions. the equity courts 'whtch, according to the explicit state-
letter Ic c.ti t b^- *-*., *S T n have refused to make an outlaw of the ment of Mr. Gompers. is to prevent the ______
Sow lIP l t ,ft mIe M-r y noOh.s Mr. Banatted oiaPartY are olledto business man. because his right to carry courts from effectively interfering with S
In the matter of anti nation is on a lawful business under the peace of riotous violence when the object is to WHITE HICKORY WAGON.&
tion. Batethe law has protected ptqprocess of in- destroy a business and which will legal-
e injunction plank in junction, because, In Wod one of the ie the black list and the secondary boy- OWENSO WAGONS
e platform may n I and h ,ot most vital and most fundamental rights cott. both of them the apt instruments CHATTANOOGA WAONS. By pr
4111, there is nothingaof the business wo r the right of & of unmanly persecution.
...--". j..i" this bill. I business man to o n his businesses But there is another account against Sld by woodwork
t is more than mo t sand deit has been sustained not denied by the Messr. Bryan and Gompers in this mat- WM. JOHNSON ON
if rMr. Gomner is x crrct. thln billbe- processes of the courts .of equity. This ter. Ephraim feedeth on wind. Their yOU
scw igt tacoos, rIetwere. ia kto_. !Ing att _of Mr G.ofpers upon the proposed remedy is an empty sham Theylumber bill
Bryan's"mJlacderyhasbeen fna frank and are seeking to delude their followers by
Cii 'be 7 M TO4 Bryan's platform oa tnote.explainig oien'effort to secure votes for Mr. Bryan. the promise of a law. which would dam- --
_._. t. l hin detal the briefer a vagher c-Are these attacks made wk Mr. Bryan's age this eou ntry solely because of the wAO A and
i O 1 1116 n es Mr. Bryat accept it as such? consent? vicious. Immoral purpose that would be p-PE NAOLA E L C I pions t
fk lWe != & bud4Ma111010,floesMr. Bryari shocd state pue Zly D they meet with his-'approval? shown by putting it upon the statute
t t whether e atS et e nc heendors'Ihem-or does he T*- books, but which would be utterly worth-COMPANY. Treat all y
Sof tibl hi ite a whether be in fact a6CMtepll-kts flua dI pudlate them? F r less to accomplish Its avowed purpose. I
to -o r .r s oh Go rs and t c w i -M s b nkly questioned Mr. have Dot the slightest doubt that such a Pensaca-Port Barraa Schedule.s ar s
SM. Go ers and these wh Taft the ss of this cam- law a that proposed by Mr. Bryan would. WINT DAILY SCELUE lumber,
Mr.t h ompnyee announce PbllY a "vel p-rl _o. asking him if enacted by congress, be declared un- Effective Thursay October 1, 10W
Boston Shoe Store resjj- G P^-bi t .t
i -ts own-,a Is G iope oret on which the ubile w' entitled to be court, unless lIndeed. Mr. Bryan were able 530a.m...a.a....:n.e..n
statement enlightened. ti. w equal frank- to pack this court with men appointed 6:0 a. m .................... 7:1 a. W.n
Fstatementr Gompers ip ms tel a, to ldcleasd with ouali ,Mr. Bryan for the ppclalurpose of declaring such 7:1 a .................... :00 a. .
Ewhat Mr. Gryn*'.I prit .i s a tould be 'kd dWt continued a law 'constitutional I happen to know a' mw....................3:45 i. AL
Shim in this matter of antifunction iletce aId make tte and certain his that certain great trust magnates have :45 a. m. ................... 9:2 a. m.
.- ,-- --.. e tgislatlon, or' those IWntt I taite own potic n r to-a matter which announced within the past few weeks. :453 am ... .......... ... 1:15 a. m.
V ilDR.e I. Lr HLL party's platform. In their haste, s, to nr esai men but every in answer to the question as to why they 10:15 m ................... 11:0 m. i
II tresu met Vle I in the ma ethe Lpromlse cl t W l agea citizen. whether a were openly or secretly favoring the elec- 11:00 m .1 l ogs
ha 'oU.nd at 3eial i make thle prwould 'do t iL_ wage-worker or not .Jt: as much as i tion of lr. BryB, that the laws that Mr. 11:00 . ...................11:45M a. m.
sar.1esunderstood_ 11:45 a ............... 1:20 p. l
andat s ral public would Mr Gompers uiderstoo it. M M. Go and that part of Bryan proposed, including this law, es- 12:30 p. n.................... 1:1 p. m
and atabe re noe, tan "! Mr. Gompers understood It. ., .,
.O.e p4toe. Noog. IJ Mr. Bryan failed in his letter aet- ora ed labor that stands with im. peclally, would be wholly ineffective, be- 1:15 p. ...................2:00 p.m.
No. 4. l ance to discuss this labor a K I There is no heed of'keneralities, of cause the court would undoubtedly throw -00 p. m ....................2: m.
"" - ". ",-' T *wty's FLatfornL So tr as Im aawara vage exrssions ot sympathy for labor, them out and that the promises to enact :4 m **. .*****. 3:30 p. m.
-TfI ...... hP e has failed to disc It J It Mr. ryan simply coafne himself to them could therefore be safely disregard- 3: p. ................... 4:15 p. m.
S There should be s disusson a a the anti-injunction plank of his own plat- ed. On July 3. last, the special counsel 4:15 p .......... 5:10 p. m.
f matter of common fairness, not'ofly'to form and ted us publicly, definitely and to the Central Association of Building 5:00 p. m. Sat.only. m :45 p. m. 6:00 m
labor, but to all citizens alike. On a clearly whether he accepts or rejects the Trades of New York. Mr. Edward J. 6.:00 p. m. 5:45 p. m. 6:20 p. m. 7:00 p
question of such grave consequence, the statements of Mr. Gomlpers that this Gavegan. submitted to that association 7:00 p. m. :30 p. m. 7:15p. m. 7:30 m
.people are entitled to know where Mr. plank pledges him to the principles of the an opinion on the matter oif injunctions, S:00 p. m. 7:15 p. m. 8:00 p. m. :30 p. m.
tBryan stands. bill for which Mr. Gompers stands, and an opinion which was!ly endorsed 9:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 8:4. p. m. 9:20 p. .
Mr. Taft has repeatedly .explained whether if elected, he will cnd-avor to and approved the same day by the Cen- 10:00 p. m. 3:45 p. n. 9:30 p. m.10:30 p m
a1W M T exactly where he stand i this ttr have this proposal enacted into law. This trial Ruilding Trades of New York. In 11:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 10:15 p. .11:30 p. m o
S WaySr. of regulating h unctions. ist asked honestly. In the Interest of that thise opinion in discussing proposals to do 10:15 p. m. 11:00 p. m.
SAAre we not entitled to know with equal large voting public which believes tln- away with or modify the power of issuing 11:0. p. l. 11*30 p m.
1. AAa... clearness exactly where Mr. Bryan cerely the promotion of every legiti- Injunctions in industrial disputes, Mr. The 7:15 m. t from Pensacola will
W 1Ad tSl RewSOhtiolnS stands? mat- right and Interest of labor, but Gavegan said that the proposal to favor run as a local tra hereafter. The 5:10
SM Gompers's public statements as to whrsch believes also that from the stand- defendants in industrial disputes ab,..e p. m. train from Barranca will make all
Our central S tin A what his party has promised make It point of the best interest of labor, it all others, "would he class legislation. .nd stops. except on Saturdays, when a local
an cd AdsiUros. Imperative that Mr. Bryan declare him- neither requires nor is entitled to more In the nature of special privilege, and ,ar will leave Big Bayou at 5:20 p. m
crates power t n l. than justice, and that the right to destroy special privilege is the bane of the work- The Penacola-Big Bayou local wil be
four hours a .. fay- >d *. w /+:This bill. to the principle to which he business should not be formally recog- Ingman." disontinued, except on Saturday after-
four hours a Sy and ris Mr. Bryan is pledged, declare that ned In the law of the land. "Special privilege is what creates noons.
S .. rs... nthe right to carry on a lawful business in I feel that I have the right to speak powerful .qpelal interests. What the Local freight leaves Pensacola at
aVerlo day in the year *_*.* 3a lawful way shall be not regarded a frankly in this matter because throughout wage-earner wants and all he wants is. 7:15 a.m.
B Oct. .-The forteth an property right or entitled to e protec- my term as preiident it-has been my con- *equality before the law.' It l pIaying 1015 m. EV *
YOU may USe it for a few anUal convent. o ote National Amer- tion of a court or equity through te- stant object to do everything in my into the hands of the speciall inter.-ts,' 3:130 p. m. U
(I'g ^ paa W '' m process of an injunction, and that the Pwer, both by administrative action and to enact laws which are certain of annul- Through freight leaves Pensacola at Si TMl Pu
minutes at a tine, Or daya S t s S Association rights to such protection which admit- y enteavoring tm secure legislative ac- ment by the courts, even when tht-y are 1:15 p. eana
ot ** es- mal wore adopt tedly now exists under the law, shall be tion to advance the cause of labor, protect intended in good faith for the betterment -
and night "the year ed rni lllal|t th6 womes d -u taken away.t uit from mnjust agresslion and secure it of the workingman. The special interests SUNDAY SCHEDULE. -SA
ar d i-laud c *fr igaliM-t fgt for frau The counsel for the American Federation its legitimate rights. I have accomplished would rather see a thousand favorable. First car leaves Pensacola at 7:00 a. mi.;
around. a e ~. tn *of Iabor, in Ills examination before the something; I hope to accomplish some- but unenforcible new laws' enacted fr second car at 8:00 a. m.. and from that
Cauhe; mrnlmug tat wageearing r lous.-. on February 5. at which Mr. thing more before I leave offtlee. I have the wage-earner, than to have him learn hour on. the week day schedule will be
WOl like aawge rnlu| men. need Gompers himself was present, gave a the full power of a single existing rem- Observed, except a car will leave Port - r
You have only to u ina : utlrWr ,e1et s1 father Own protetion very frank Illustratiou of what he aggld ____edy. The remedies so far suggested and Barrancas at 5:00 p. m. Instead of 5:10 p.
OUl #V OR O tad that married women epecially qence of that provision of that bi, of ,ur system furnish any nei relif. eFright car will make but one trip. U. S
a SWitCh to start, and ,need VOts for the reaction of their which says the right to carry on bust l- Is r representatives should nonoontrate leaving PenseElTa at 9:30 a. m.
pull it Out to stop. homes and ehlljren; favornlg initla. ness shall not be entAtlel to protection as a"It use their influn e u na- WEST tIL Cnart- .RU
tire 1. U, and exp g - property right,- nefnt of general me asurrs calculated to WnoT HiamLur
S xpeeeBatP e words are: w n t an not to destroy the remedy of Pa.ssengers wishing to go to West Hill SCHEI
r'attt oe t mo nadu and state "Suppose that working men. by some Injunction." it1Nt and tafeto P My s
Lt g take the r.- Granges, eSertion of Labor, polite operation or preceding in the o This is admit,-al.y sound o' m,n sense. ts xea t eLa Rua and Dfvller Lie J
blhty < ppyn.. opca paries adl other organizations persuasion or by picketing away tromS body, endorsed and adopted as its own P. m. and Sundays after 3 p. m.. when Leaves landing Mot
.Wh b&v9 WORIR Stffrage the premises), reduce those worls to at by that labor holy. It i. a scathing 'on- West Hill cars will run through Palafo PI iday at 7:30 a. m.,
ewer state of utt.-r hcpt-lcssness. and there demnation of the pro,-.a!s. both v.iious street to the p-tol hie and to West Hill. at Ha& Mary Es
was as not a whe-il moving, nor a process -and clin 'al., to wih, :' Bryan PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY, Destln dBo -
ia In operation, and this company had no and (;nIpers are .,:mitt,'d. Tiey ALBA i. WARREN. Mgr. Returning. leave.
help at all-that would be an interference p pomis. what would h i- i the. highest __Thursday and Saltur
that. I say he has no right to be pre, general publ'- if it could b- perft armed. m fet
tested by Injunction." anu what aT R a matter of fact could n~t SOTTRELL. For fatespi*.
II Mr. Bryan in reality pludgas to th-- be performed. I beli. ve hot!. In the pat- *an, s Pala Ph ma n THC BE: ST point of view? ^ ri'ottsm and the intelligence of the work- n oth P oe Ph
.. Wacoala I a\| W ^fq iVTB he dpr, finitely say, either in writing ingman. the laboring n:en of A-iriha. lTjilfl A SouTjt .. -.

and nssdele for alimeat of the or in a public address, whether he be- A c I Therefore. I do not believe that they can J. '.-
naek. Lier and Bowel There Is no lives with Mr. Gompers that the protec-. ll A be nilel t their .wn deep hurt as Pena Mobile & Gulf
,NleU that can m take Its pi* nor any tion heretofore afforded by the courts of *lMessrs. Bryan and Go rp.'rs seek to mis-
5t. bin o there r ofCU t o ackIL equity tofthe righted to the out awful lead them: I do not bhoi.'v., that they will
Business i n a lawful way is despotic permit Mr. Gomnprs to deliver them like Rw
Mahle of Ught a"n P^ew. Hopower, and that th te udw s e ciattels to Mr. Bryan in exchange for a re s
MainM O~ee9 **11 W. nardln St. Q itorn k *- So far as the second section or. Moe Penell, P,
S m 0 -11 W. I 0S is concerned. it is perfectly clear that it (Signed) TTItEODORI: Rool<-I-:',T. drews, MUlville and
Telepthene 1062. i. w .hat ~ first, last would legalize the Alist and thp. iW-D .A. C. Knox. U. S. S., Valie' I rr -m
tftCe. It prorwaute Suck Headache, yen would legalize acts whichhae tRy. trainiB
--. Co- s--t Uatand iptj-ust and immoral by the best and m at S OW C lhmyS Expectorant clts r adt
eminent labor leaders themselves,
-- oes Mr BTanbelieve with Mr.' LIN M FNT and colds short. CUres babies and a.
Gompers that he and that part of the -I M To wp l .2k&Hrrts
labor movement that agrees with him has b A P i drawn meie. Zc, ail druggsts. 0. H. PuRvIs, v.
the right, morally, and should be given re Ot Atlanta.
th, right, legally, to paralye or to de- BDNEY KAHN, A
troy wiAC ICth impunity the bustess of a -C ., Om So. DON'T PAY CARRIERS.
M ORE M EN W ILL PRACTICE inocent third pers.a-n agaInet whom e W mi s. Stm Joa. Once more the Journal m st rall the
or they have no direct grievance. to attention of its subscriber to the pay- Dr. Mallor
ECONOM Y with them aggressively a labor con-I Ing of subscriptions to carriers.
troversy with the real merits of which :'WY.N Carriers are not authorized to col-
he may be utterly unacquainted. because: M ruC. I LRunyn.SL Lan- lect for the Journal. Its only author- has returned to the
this fall and winter in buying their cloth than pre- hu refuses to classas his ene anandMo i:1 s have zed collectors n Peasola are Th s regular pretc
viously, and those who buy at either of mny two cash 'e their enemy. caIe he ntad can't Messrs. J. A. W ale. Sam. M. Roach, at s t ne modern aslsg. Hours 9:
tore can save money without acracing a whit of e uon -.- I r G.mbreht Jo Gerkie way of laundering a 6. ."oe9-.
storm can4..J savet'v tha i.ceainga1whitbOfusi-ness hr eo with hi1&P110a1ns.X&LIS White. On the road the Path paper is rep-
tJ Otye that O- -taretwofng tah mbosn-cule feit-s th -- --Usffc nmediel to resented by Charles F. St -'eFd. Cd shirt. PopoA
the stylor quality that belon to thmexcIisve tail- The blacklista. d the oda'-r.y ---hoch",FO. shirt. M WAL
uOa .Imt asof ecue arlTh oo heo lste ma t ecrel e rh e a Inthe house. U. Porter. IL E WiVlliams and %V A. orer
weaker felf cei pts sig ned by these gentlemen Onlyone chineinay 10 feet
wek fe eould lows a' 1 | be acknowledged by the otrce town that can do this. t oa reto
ComT Pal4 El f more brutal. unfIeeli or LNO mU L bat none other. It is funt the mene4 about Dee
Ce ft II me fI Cohm PalatXX th.1n rGompers aee .r him.amo ? t pa y carriprfound at to be cleared in tw>
Sa II U **. his followers in thsIlatten. whckh A S bidder will be requ
6 m t. would permit them, w.tuut let-or RED A. SWEET, tory auranTu
CASH CLO@TNKC $apb rance of any kind, to carry en Mgr. Circulation. The Em ire Laun a-. B
Phese 29?7 PFleee l. mg*ri*.. P e~ 476T formT and degree of the secondary the Cmber of Co
Me.nI. ad 9 7its ria o47r cot--. "-- - a. i. November 5th
The anthracite __stxtk. ,~aniJWj" as W. A. D'ATRMURRTK, The Journal delivered at "lwh U ta" to reject any or a. h
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