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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 23, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01221
Source Institution: University of Florida
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SUPREME COURT DECIDES CASE


IN FAVOR OF DANNITTE H. MAYS


4I*"M TRAGIC DEATH

N:W YO. OF A LITTLE GIRL
-' .baby brother, MarianA'eade, years
Sf IcTI TO _-. + , ^ old. ran in front of i trolley car last
S O Struck By' Trolley Car and night and was crusbd to death.
+U" r- U-lDATlTnh .F For some time Mian's father has
R IAUD Crushed Beneath the bees out of emp mi aW for .ev.
o. "" oral days the family a4beea want
.* of Sood. Yesterday egsm oft 4 ebarit
Stt able society found family aad
. -" T" ,- _, furnished food for Meade ada
a State Law .. .. Maria. The lasBt.Ik"l of the family
_The Last Nide Sent by Mo- store Mrs. MeI.aave to Itarlan
Se tmer t By r w he at milk for the
&O We Win JBgrother, Was Clutched in No one knows btw the accidentt
S. . rom, ippened. but be a policeman
the Little Victim's Hand. called for vol unteA iand a hundrel
-n in. West Vir- men put their a oilers to' the car
S..._. .. and turned it ovr on the side there
S' was no life left in the mangled little
art.s, F r _r" body under the trucks. The nickel
Now York, et. 22.-Reeiting over w~s still clutched' in the little dead
r seep.AM ot Pm and over to herself the little verse hand.
Wm r et. ... L-Cbargee were which she wia to have sppken before Angry men and women made a de-
Sher c lass la school today and clutch- monstration against the motorman of
.. ,. t W.1 l theca in her I hand a mfent piece, the last the car. but he was rescued by the
Mo the D*' madc Sote ComumtM cel of her mother's little store, with police and locked up on a charge of
teM, that tk blika e orgaasitatB which abe wae to buj milk for her homicide.
Ia the eta emties ad p h
the 0614 ti11110 $neVth. -f4a
.". sso HEA41G AMONTGOMERY
l hlet t- fth e emutive fommttt- ,_i. :_ _ ,
adit *," state law eoittee, r HT BUREAUT CAS
wfitforu Jwg Alton L. Varhor as F- L'H BUREAU CA.
Chmirmn Co sore add the law .
m-ltOte-,wvonl be oompoMa d oft A -d S a Te n ta0- lowlauce to Mobile and Pensacola sand
ot Weandd attorneys alm ieged c the Interstat the evidence showed that it was pure-
Sl .dar thde attorneys w ly arbitrary.
C4 d tby e ewttrnes willaec o ec CODUIC C&8M, Taking Up the claim tat Mobile
.edtby, el theuties In ech
de to-a that capital built the Mobile and Oho
af' iWy a p and o nted That L. & N. D railroad and that the city should be
&atfIa hal m 53 Mack declared favored. Colonel Gunter said co-
tm tt theAW chme a In Taft's plants did not deny hat the oad
bySoS 102O Inmtr --m. .ight ve Mobile the Fae eu
-_____ _-_ hi e.-"w ,,as New Orlewsa. aed then quoted
w lar.. itle. rvia ou fromB a deciio of th e eomm o n as
IF-S mi-^etcilsted thattee Claim Is That-Railroad Giv to the public* tui of a corpora-
tw o state,whicwasr a Oey Rt* to,wMobhic w v f T
lost Qio bithns WiRCOSI IWcOm fm IIIRR|1IRY
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r e line at tray mea t were arme today before tme

o" ln t the eotal disiet hitbeleau a ast lxU-sivoe and Naeshrville Sh sle
ee. .A..on to the o sad other nes in the South, ftromPursung Him.
eat while ot speosn.y re Ohio ~t Mw elseielppi river crossing gHm
p t.tooits PThe hearingltd practical Associatedpro=s
to Spager's letter. entered a -a ll day. an& Awse P .f rom
lo "go""t e ... ly all dayu e ae in aterestg from New York. Oct. 22-An audacious
M erl ident amul ompers beginning i to Fd our at the seven roery and posbly murder occurred
S uHe imFed erati oa r t oami s-one were d resent, Jadge here tonight. when Maurice Tannen-
o.. rteated hisewarning o.y the t wK ate. c oair. and Co.i m sioner Thol a Lexington avenue Jeweler was
i nnot to benoeced by thei Cle ents.pro a Clark. shot by an unknown man who en-
S eIployers Anto voting against their Chairan W. F. Vaadiv-r and Man- shot by shopn an ha hi a
S t ms notable demonstration CoLm W a. atler the Pigtered the shop and handed him a
W l. '? oat noeaS.Kealbor of the Freight typewritten letter addressed to him.
accorded hi was at Charleston. He Bureau were i costant attendance and purorted to be fr Constant


lgs sad 1eutlng. His speeches were lnx address of about one hour. He mounds The stranger sn est diear-
devoted to general discussion of the from the start show how Mont- rings, and then suddenl- ran from the
been discriminated &aist tin favor the Jeweler caught the fleein tman
0 SS of Mobile and Pensacola. Complaint the robber drew a revolver, shot Tan-
was made of names... differences nenholz three times, and sprang i~to
he insisted were lleoal and unjust a taxicab standing nearby, and es-
and calculated to Injure Montgom- caped.
very's trade. He was. prepared, he
W PC saidd to show that the law did not
ustai n suh discriminatilons. He con-
teaded that the complaint was well
drawn and ponlated out that every
f item In tale claim was admitted. It
Smwas a plea of confession and avoid-
W D ance, though the facts were true.
Duche A andria Victoria Other facts were doable and the
burden of the other side was to sus-
Marries Pince August tan a plea of cotfusion and avoid-
Discussing the solution. Colonel
.W ian Of PrusSia. Gunter said that other things being
equal complainants ...suntained the
loax and short haul ipust be equal. .
.v Aw-e staci Ps. If they could show tere was any law .
BerlI. Oct. 22.-The Duohess Alex- eo commerce which avowed them to
adria Victoria. of Schleswig Holstein, carry goods to Mobile at the rates
atr ofriee Frederick. Duke of they were enforcing, complaining
S1 itUbbteln, was married in would give un their case. He next ex-
.hfb4 el of the imperial palace to planned in detail the rates and 1i- W1r t
daym hwee August William of Proup. quired: 5
Lower Than Montgomery.
"Why should Mobil an Pensacola
ther ceremony was wltn-es*d by be so much lower than Montgomery! Ot
mbp'a of the imperial family and The defense of the railroads was
!ee Stty prices and princesses ot next discussed and Colonel Gunter
ahar erman royal houses. Chancel- went into the contention of the lines
ar Prlace Vam Buelow ahn other high as to the effect of water competition
MMIehlaes, Meimbers of the diplo- on rates. He al-o attacked the plea
"tic eorpa., Ieding Dr. Hill, Ameri- of the railroads that altes depended
ean ianr, and members of the largely upon competition from the
emfh T shtatls, with their wives, were east. Jdnying that this had any effect : .
present. As rina were exchanged the upon charges fixed mr shipments
rtflry t the palace square began from other directions. As he looked
lisr s6 e. at the situation, it was a simple al-

Bxprts of American Tobacco /

V9 Germany Show FIlling Oh

ft A'n- ated Prom The falling off in import of Ameri-
Se Oct. 22.-In a ympo- can tobacco late Germany is attribu
a .Mwms tm the foreign to- ed to the relatively high price of the


boo aPAMUiTry.Deputy consul Gen-
wM *wvt IDerin, says Ammiaic5 tto-
~e~.m-hM third place- OR thein"m
Bt t aluoff since i903.
'that. 'Amarie '- eaf tobacco has
SeeS--~- -- ytobacco frmm
-. ~ ~ AA' ~SrZ5*U4~ to Domingo.


American product compared with to.
bacco from other countries. In Nor
way there are direct and indirect ia-
ports of American tobacco. In Portq:-
gal the tobacco manufacture and alje
Is a government monopoly, the con.
cession to carry on which Is sold to a
oapeasr.


A Torchlight Procession of
Thousands Paraded the
Streets of Toki!-
5 -
VISIT OF AM CANS
IS WILDLY HW-W.MRD

Japan's ~n A After
Peace With 4 island a
New York Ektion Night
Revel Fade Inko Insigifi-
cance When ~ eopared
With CelebiaklC of Last
Night.

my A-wciss Pr ..
Tolfio, Oct. 22.-The capital of Ja-
pan witnessed tonight.the most extra-
6rdinary 'evidence of he spirit of the
New Janan. After ha g an audience
with officers of the americaa battle-
ship fleet on Tuesda, the emperor
issued an order directing the people
to increase in every y possible the
enjoyment and pleasure of the Amerl-
can visitors, who ca 1 he' said, as
historic friends of t*. Jraese Ua-


: BRYAN-KERN FUND :

" REACHES $824.00:

* The Bryan and Kern campaign fund this morning shows a
* total of $824.00. the sum of $7 being donated yesterday by local *
.9 democrats towards the good cause. Democrat- should remember 9
* that the funds are needed now. and that NOW IS THE TIME TO *
* CONTRIBUTE.
* All moneys must be in not later than next Wednesday. The 0
* time is short and if $1,000 is to be forwarded the contributions #
* should be forwarded noimediately.
* Through an error it was staled yesterday morning that the *
* Gretna list came through D. N. Murphy. This should have been D. 9
* N. McHumpbrey.
* The donations yesterday were as follows:
* Edwin D. Newton, Millville ......... .... ............ ..$ 1.00 *
$ Through T. A. Jennings.
* C. L. Wiggins. Pine Barren .... .. .. .... .. ...... 5.00
* C. D. Morillon. city ........ ...... ..... .. .... 1.0.
* -----*
* Total .. ....... .. ............ ...... $ 7.00
* Acknowledged yesterday .... ...... .. .. .. ...... $817.00 9
* ---0 0
* Grand total ...... ........... .. .. .. .. .. .....$824.00 9
*
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DEADLY DUEL BETWEEN


INDIANS AND WHITE MAN


Decision Handed Down Yes-
terday Morning by Jus-
tice Hocker.

DECISION OF LOWER
COURT IS UPHELD

Judge Malone Had Jurisdic-
tion to Issue the Peremnp-
tory Writ of Mandamus
Compelling Committee to
Meet and Recanvass Re-
turns of Primary.


S pecla to Th Journal.
S Tallahasee. Oct. 22.-Accord- .
* ing to the expectation of all 9
* who attended the sittings of 0
* the supreme epurt last week 9
* and heard the arguments of the 9
* opposing comueel in the eae- p
* brated ease of Mays versus Ke.
* hoe, decision ha. bees render 9
* ad in favor of Mr. Mays.
* The uanimous opinion of *
* the jqdges, as given ian the
* opinion filed today by Judge
* Hooker, was in a.mntoiO of r
* the judgment of the lower court 9


tion. The response h iIperila. ..little Indian lad kneeling between the 0 O AN s*.
night. at the redskin at the eame moment 0... -- L.^ ^
Or inrally a torch procession Make Arrests With that the latter fired at the offcer. Pey- Litigition at An.End.
of about fifteen thou a Speople had ton was mortally wounded and the In- ion t An A
been planned as a p at today's pro- Bad Results. dian boy toppled over dead. According to the above the JImo and
gr p, but this feat e went far be- Bad Res The squaws later put Warden Pey- rd fought eongreional test Is
od expectaton and developed ton out of his misery, according to Ru- now at an end, concluding in a vie-
into a great popularI eFhigtrahton. .. .dolph. ending his ofering by a half o. ian,,iue. May sd
Japan's war demonst on aer peace In the Fight Kied ozen shots from small calibre g ms. t.y for Ho. .. ..... H M
with Russia, "LO S .ans _afeking T---- W- T All the mountain passes are ing i n l probability settles thetomgres-
Night". and even N York s election Inians and Was Then watched for the fleeing squaws, who slonal controversy, as Mr. Kehoe, ow
night revels would almost Insisg- Himself Killed by An In -have with them the bodies of the of the contestants, declared so later
nificant compared T*o's ele ..-braves..ta.ls......... ete.o.hi
bration tonight. d;, --T o1 Onl Thi.rtn than lat Sat arday in a letter to Chir-
Mile after oifle. hrotegh madly dia njad of y Thirteen man D'Aiemberte that he would with-
che"ring peopl the ,t procession Yars. il draw from the race ni the event the
aits.SperryIND EPE DEEdecisof thesupremocm wast
osronedr hIeL 4bssero i U f fIofiflI Uo r I te dlmayo% .



sromauding the embassy werG lighted ame Warden W. '. Scott and Dep-
with sea lanterns and the demonstra. uty Warden -Henry A. Vass arrived ____ U M whe te latter some weeks
tion lasted two hours. Every band In last night with the remains of DepB since isdl a 'peremptory writ ot
Tokio turned out for the parade. ity Game Warden Charles B. Peyton. This Was Subject of Senor .ne ompeling the eowgres
who was killed in a fight with In-
diains Sunday in the Swan river coun- ao-al committee. after its second
****** 9 ** 9**99* try while attempting to arrest them OCampO at Lake .Mo- meeting, to again assemble and re-
for transgression of the laws of the caavass the returns of the June pri-
S* THIS WOMAN HAS state. honk Conference. mary according to their face.
A JUST CAUSE' According to the story of Peyton's Mr. Kehoe in Bonifay.
SA JUdeath told by Herman Rudolph, the ona
S By A ci-at-ed Press. ranch hand who accompanied Peyton By Associated Pr. Mr. Kehoe is now In Bonifay, where
By Chicao. Oct. 2-A dispatch within forty feet of the Indians, the Lake Mohonk. Oct. 22.-"The Phil- he is ttending the circuit court in
Chic'ago, 0. 22.-A dispatchI
* to the Tribune from Fort game warden was shot by a 13-year- lppine'" was the general subject of session there, and he could not be
* Wayne. Ind.. says: old Indian lad. who had been behind discussion at today's session of the reached during yesterday, but it is
* Because she was forced to the horses of the redskins and had Lake Mohonk conference. The educa- presumed that he will request that
* change her home thirty-nine not been noticed by Peyton. tion and welfare of the Filipino was his name not beh placed upon the bal-
* times in her married life, Mrs. When Peyton told the Indians they taken up and addresses by W. Cam- lot in thore counties where the tickets
* Jonn;i E. V. Rarrett yesterday were under arrest, one of them grab- Islands, Major-General J. Franklin have not been printed.
* asked a divorce from James bed the officer by the neck. Peyton Bell. U. S. A. Senor Pablo Ocampo, Judge Carter, one of the counsel
* E. B.irr tt. The couple were shook him off and advised them to resident commissioner of the Philip- for Mr. Mays, was called upon yester.
* married in 1S91. Mrs. larrett be peaceable. Another Indian then pines at Washington. and ctaers. The day afternoon by a Journal represpnt-
* said tihe 13.ni!v had been eject- uttered a war-whoop, pulled his rifle first speaker, Senor Oca.npo talked active and asked for an interview, as
* ed for no,- payment of rent and was about to shoot when Peyton briefly. He favored the independence shad been previously done. but he de-
* from six'c-.n houses and had dropped him in his tracks with a bud- of the Fillpuinos. The speaker said coined to say anything regarding the
* moved out of others to avoid let. Two other Indians attempted to the Filipinos,after securing their po- court's decision.
* process. o get their guns unsheathed, but Peyton litical independence would be in a
] killed them before they could get into better position to amedlerate their eco-
S* * * * * * action. Rudolph then observe.l the nomic condition, for they they could
develop in a manner more suited to
their needs, customs and (civilization.
1Conditions in the Philippines, was
then discussed by Mason S. Stone,
.S BJohn T. McDonnough and Charles .
opkins Clark.
NOW FALLINb

AED I Draught of 48 Days Broken
and Much Damage Done

by Rains.
PASSES AWAY 'd M' r0"
By Assecated PraMs.
Mrs. Margaret Dougherty Kansas City, M., Oct 22.-Rain
ban been general over the southwest
SDied This Morning at for three days. following a forty
eight-day drought, and has bioken a]:
f 1:30 o'clock. records In the amount of precipitation.
At Lawrence, Kaas., the ratnall yen
terday was 6.06 Inches, which broke
7 Mrs. Margaret Dougherty. mother all October rainfall records for twenty
Sof James Dougherty, died this morn- two yMrB. All streams in Kansas and
Sing--~ at 1:30 o'clock at the residence Oklahoma are overflowing the bot
of Mrs. Jas. Clark, 123 East Govern- toms, and there has been some loss
M *' ," mpnt street, of corn and cotton, and many bridges
She had been ll for a long period, washed away. Cessation of the storm
|--" l .-'.: **but was taken seriously ill Tuesday. Is predicted to take place before day-
.......':..* *; The deceased had reached the age of light tomorrow, snd killing frost is
.:.. -:-.,, 81 years, and had resided in Pensa- expected throughout the southwest to-
.. cola for a long period of t'me. morrow night. There was a light fall
"-" '- The hour of the funeral will be an- of snow at Topeka and Wachita to-
.' I bounced later. Jay.


Demopolis Citizens Meet and


- GOT HIM BY THE FIARS.


Sform Law and urderC League
-
GeO.sial to The journal. J. I. Lee. secretary. After Pret
Demopolis, Oct. ?2.-Wedvesday Weleh stated the object of the aeS
night at S o'clock the Law and Order Iag in a few brief m larks, the oca
League met at the city hal for the stitutio sand by-laws were reed.
purpose of hearing the eport of the Before adoption of the 4.mewtM
two committee which were appoatel there was quite a disceso Rev. X.
at their last meeting to prepare a con- C. besm, Jdge EI. 8. loSgl h, gU
stitution and by-laws. H. W. JoMes, Hon. H. W. Haydea 04
The meeting was presided over by 9. r. Elmore and Congressmau Gegt
the president. W. H. Welkh, with Dr. W. Tayler wtleledas


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THE PNSACgXA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1908.


A Mthe News of West Plo

SBAND SOUTHERN ALABAMA

APPENOINSS OP INTEREST AS CHRONICLED BY JOURNAL SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS.

AMI *a 0I LIPIt IUUTi Um ell


t IiEWiiSNTES OF C ^s CLUB
B IV ar- Three Daring Res m o W - 1 III wTI CL
46m o'aItree Astrey sn U...siIa. to e The JunmaL
SPiSe Barren, Oct. 22.-The league Milligan, Fla.. Oct. 21.-W. W
ARecent T was entertained Tuesday night by Franklin, of Milton. was among the
S- W Mrs. J- ernian. After the busi- visitors here lat Tuesday.
A a Jm T S eetng of the league, all were There is again some talk going the
Suited into the di.ng room, where rouns to the effect hat th Scotcb
S-- Licuts. Clark and Fos Swamn refreshments were servD. The di Manutacuring Co. will start up their
Ho e IteMs of General Interest g r m. was ecoratedin. n e saw e.l here In .he near f ture. Young M
Frome se to He colors. The vcenter-plece was polat Mrs. Elisa Byrd. who a been visit-M
nat iesr.nr. ...a..- With Line-Reports Now Gathered at the Caital with the lower In eac Co eral dwy etuin t o r a l eca C
Tm lB t- w 2 s l Estimate the Total Loss to of Flrd n Mrs. Jernigan was assisted by m from here attended
=a 1111."',1 n,-d=ofFlo -J w j am o Ietent Ibr T. l w m rida. Mrs. T. M. Sowellisi Mrs. J. T. Wi- Several parties ee ed
*B .immX ...* -* .T. -. Be Fully SNO. lmeit. At a late hoar the guests left. the ata Rosa Baptist Association
E^S f A f MA .^ -----s ~after spending a most pleasant e ne- ar Crestview, last Studay. They
-i b S es tl a TB JeraL jing and hoping that Mrs. Jernigan port a fine meeting. SpcS
Aggm aga eyblll -- 8 As-ctaf* Prea. TIalbewsoa, Fla., Oct 22.-The Tal, we mtert n again soon. Rev. J. T. Mapoles will begin a pro. jariaan.
S.4 Manila, Oct. 22-Additional details aassee Musleal Clb met Tuesday uMrs. T. B. board of Pollard,s trcted eetin at Wella ch h, etlng of t
n .of the daft age wrought ain the Cagay evealng at the redence of Mrs. A. visitingllher daughter, Mrs. M. T. ear Blackman, next rday night, the the
uImi mis .a an valley by the typhouo of October d s Memillan. l ord w a adeer ybody is cnr-
12 Indicatebthat loss of lire in theIRadoiph. It is here, also, that Miss Black and Mis Dora WH4ite diay ited t at h e services npaltic
T disaster will reach 500. At Apparf next week's meeting will be held, since have returned to their homes in Cen- Rev. W. F. martin, of Learel Hill. e applachi
Srwhere a thrilling rescue of a hundred the committee appointed by the club tury after a pleasant visit to Mrs. passed throag h Millian Monday last, seleced Capt
natives was effected through the hero. to secure a public and permanent hall S- F. Stanton. en route to Holt He returned Tuer- mn pro. te
Sism of Lieutenant Robert T. Clark, was unabl to mak a nite Mr.. S. Sowell Is In Montgomery day or rotary and
a s Lieutenant Foss, Dr. Treadaway the wae an de te ta the fair. James A. Hart the duke of Cobb. explain
Si 'I postmaster, the survivors ay that 00 por. Miss Dell Hartzox wil return to her pent last Meaday in Mi ia. H ered by
y dm residents of the submerged fshing After a few moments spent in the home today in Stockton, after a pleas- was looking after business in conneo Deiels. J.
R V HAw It lp a C Lim d u__ r d esa r Uage. which is located some dia- transaction of business, Miss Sara ant visit to her aunt, UMrs. T. B. Bar- to w tmot t hD DIas ou Aelci
Lance below Appar ere swep t w ayClie, the sical director o the pt. N. B. Cook ng the visiting i rids n lla last of the
_,.. The Americans, aiwer fm on e b club, took the members In hand sad ,sool today. aday. He is quite poplar ere, W. .J. DaM
mno volunteer, were informed of the began training for chorus work. The Miss Fannie May Holden will visit having been bookkeeperforJ. A. Hart Mulkey and
danger that threatened the village members are all delighted with Miss hew mother. Mrs. Hawms in Pen- -e he did business here dartag to
and managed to reach it by boat. Ap- Clins methods, and consider them acola, saturday and Sunday. 1907. e
praching the shore in a series of shelves most fortunatle in havingB a- --- tae mmlae-
short runs between the breakers that cured her for their director. an were as
Craft the rescuers found sco res The "Golderd Lancheon" give ROBERT GARNIERS. .
o natives lingig to the poles of Tuesday by the man's Club was =a
SKtheir wrecked ahaiatIons. delightftl occasion for the meeting of- premsd the
1I K-E Aeutenant Clark and Foss. carry- friends and nei-bers who enjoyed Oe***ts,*Th* Jorat ap.esl ? T** Jer a, Tfere was
1 .- .- Ing lines from their boat, fought their together the delous vias preparedrt. Oct. .-Mr. . W araer, Oct. .-Mrs R Lit- men
way through the breakers and swim- for their refesbute---. on of Crestview, was in our village teld and Mr. Campbell called on ts meeting
'li This Theyu Ase I n ( TU U~lflAP "may from house to house in the ood o- m ,. -Sunday shaking hands with his nu- -r- Morgan, Tuesday. to be known
S They Ask If He In- water saved the lives of about one The old armory building was most w A party from B ry conssting De cratic c
Thorough was their work that all but with evergreens and growing pants. Mrs. Annfe de Ia Rua and Messrs. MrWar were callers at Mr. a t har
r N, o* T six of those living when the boa a tsand large jrdiereO d J C s of l. r sers a
ful lhaaf dozen unfortunates n question goldenrod~ and feat.ery gae. Never r. Mgan Kern nd t
were swept away the force of the before has the o armoryes Ba t. has been very slek for several da the democrat
W 4.0 A USPuAMETINwater while the Americans were striv- a moe be It interior, The friends of Rev. J. D. Beek will bt was .. s y ca e a very
Ing to reach them. More than fity" dainty dishes, servy by lovely young be pleased to learn of bis rapid re- ers on W. R. Brown erday iast o to bd d
LAST MN41T AND. RESTORED bodies were recovered in this locality. women, were d enjoyed bc e cory from a serious illness. Capt. . Weekly brought in a to be d
ITOnt is reported that many were drow- of the harmon 41r01round s. Farmers 'In our neighborhood \are loa ireight for J. V. Davs 8a- Lewis
RAM TO T R44 GMTRATEN Now Mallory Line Steamr ed at Illican and the town was almost The sum netted or the treasury ow busy engaged In converting e .
B ooK-MakIeaWILLNOTOentirelydestroyed.Othe club was a ~g Yous one, and -willirocanentaedino A cnra Sro W AiMngen hs
TK WILBrazoo Makes a It is feared that the storm ad the be returned to the bt their cane into lasses. A t n-
S IPNTU UNTIL KEOE I40 18resulting flood seriously damaged the advancement of the public welfare. The Revs. Calloway. Abbott, Se bete. W. H. Huti-SO and others H Lew
*.A-O PROM.Record. tobacco crop of the 4.lards. The prin- T h club Is composed of a body of terftt, Rice and Blits of the Baptist are spending a few days at the camp
14 ARPIWM. *cor cipal supply and the best quality of earnest women who spare neither time enomlnation are now here In at.- on Garners. They are having s f --
_ -Philippine tobacco is grown in the nor labor in working for the good of tea wita Peneola Ba Bma te ge 4ve shoot P
-, -- Cagayan district where two planta- the commnufty. dra thcat T.n.Ba Bay BaTroo
SAt a special meetiag of the Board The new twin-screw steamship Bra- tons report serious damage. T ny eveninjme of the yos tint Association which convened hereof Camp Walt, has prad a
S County Commissioners hekl last sos, which was described in the Times- Up to the present time there has people obtained th consent of the Wo- this morning. larger and better equipped launch for
ig' tli IMRe p orf' xetstrmg Union and which sailed from New been no communication established man's Club to give a dance in -the ar- The ftimmes of Roberts, donzalez his Pensacola and Camp Walton Pin Fe
w, Astrwith other sections where the cond- mary after the close of the supper and Powelton are pooling their re- ute, hs trade hav a to here are gettl
-lim -which had irpo been stuck- York an Satvrday, for Galveston, Tex tion of the crop Is of more ldport- served by the clb as a ctin tostth o a such an extent that is orer boats oe
Si the registration list, ~ anu- as, has literally smashed all previous ance. of the "Goldenrod e. L sources to entertain with hospitality will e Some have
tM si~eAtaM S Utwere 1g1 0 '4 0rrestoro records between those ports and dis- dance, however, having been so hur. tie many religious gatherings to as- J. R. Wright came home from getting a
e M ls 1 of the lUt of registered voters ti1g6lshod herself by bringing the Every One ef Thet a Bird. riedly arranged, was attended by only temble in our midst during the next Rocky Bayou last week and has
e S of i great seaport of the Girlf of Mexico A current newspaper tem is aM ftel- a few couples, but these had a most ten days. The Baptist Assocation been laid up with a bilious at- RMaler
"0@ mwi names were ordered more "thaaMAf a day nearer to New owa: "The wife of a Methoist i delightful time. sA now In session an"d n transact We are eed of good rain but r Web
S*ad e 4ra Yonk than ver fre in the annals three times. Her made name was ck o Tahassee, anbusines pertaining to that church theweather wise s: "look out for o an
tsi wlli be permitted tovote in te o Aeri coetwise shipping S ad w Mary Inglis, of Denver, Colo, was urng the next four days. On Sun. a host when t comes.
elcti -s i -Nov. 3 Itn the precincta In- oAltsouhlabinguderthe apn. .sthered Tuesday e in at the day, Nov. 1st the v ario S nda tNeo a1
: Although laborlg under the man named Robin. her second Sparrow. and Methost parsona vIre 8. Pt- schools of seambla w meet at t to fall
Precct 2 -ol Rfo disedveltages of an initial trip, the prmesat ai name tos 1le. terson officiating. Miss Ingliss had Metdist church for thte purpose of he p
Pr- Pelst T3-i s. Dean. running anst' the high winds and Thearee now two yog0 o bins, e arrived in T a aass on the after- o n a D trit a School ras eno Sed
Pr ict 1-Jobn Banks, 8 n- ba er by heavy swells left by re- Sparrow and three little Quayles Int e noon train. o tis n r est or i unday, o da
eon Mt hurricane weather on the coast. family. One grandfatherw wasn.tos na w 3 p -- --" nOvention dflionroe saa Nov ow teta a. B a .o ot s C.ow YPu a. 5
Precinct-1-Aarolv Prather. the Br*as developed a paee on her and another was a Jay. but he's duind qat Wedeslay Nov. 4th the 4tnl Ot '2..4mt Cyarra
ft eent27-Tbos. Pobley. fum-epeed records and record-- Ciracist wil also convene at theoneis B dayla
I et?5oS d voyag Be whti. brakrhser a vesndor on'Hawk na odeNE BARREN. j Sa Methodist church. These occasions occupancy.
Ub Cftm lJh H, -- sd dW broekem s so far astern as to render islamdl, and the fellow who wrote thi _. Prove a benediction to any commu- Ito. J. B. Stom, o? Blotn i B. A. Davis
S. o Hnd f Senpthehtoathpranoe art e isoaed n a a y ic aln a sa i*aIntost ntty, sam the different denominations in town today. He is an indepedennt Mr. Albon
r tw reported that telegram fr Miss Hally B. Bryan relativeof the family."-4t. l Pine Barren. Oct. 22.-Miss Dorare wori a as secure this candidate for presenttve. ay.
Sbde north to Century had been the s for ths ship who was a be. WiIte sad Miss MrtMon Black, fr John Lamb and daughter. of Chip. any expe
S4am to the extent of about $50 by passeer o the first trip, which read Century, spent Saturday and S a- Bther P. Richardson has a- olae. were visittaig frieds here ata. ton of the Bu
-- tmuling logs for the Saunders s f 0hwsa Preving a Rumor. with Mr. and Mrs. . F.. Stanto s m that circuamltaces compel day -d t note a o ler Sunwl
M O mpany pasnag over it. The kEBrasos swept the seas. passing Dr o of the Mar Grs t* The ladies' Aid Society gave to eove his family to some We are lad many There will
was r rred to Coty Atr. evrytMg In eight, and has establish ties at New Orleans a couple evidMeatly supper at the Ward Hotel last r c nived it, rrut abd sha a H t w a m Union
Sy r 0 wlult herself as queen of the American frem the provinces wandered Int.e s day nl. After 1 the boxes were the Methodist Sunday hool at Rob all me ope thn. ey l the Metho
Ss iltcmany concernlng coathe f the numerous little rench resa.u- sold tlo lunches ere spread oa the erts. of which he and his Christi ad Mme s rdi Shermr an
^ l o^ f the b1i. w th Oe On Thnrday morning the Mallory rans. Th lady caned the menw. floor and every one seems to have wife bave been actively engaged for Mr. Carawa .aled ro M and Mr
imt. on tJie Wa te h Keo c a tidealt s ea eived ptai telegram from H ere's entree." she sai. "What N enjoyed the evening yery pleasantly. many years as teachers and presidents.d D aerylfternoLa. nB r. i
t J.h teh rd dpe, cdt tmise. o the w, lieneral duerin b, hai oloriert." Hon. W. A. Finley, Dr. Kloptrick, oe the Missionary Society unanimous- MISs hte l kns, of Crsomaton, CRC
eeramtn s* Os thrKe *t tthe ships itnabtripP resing:l 'Goo heaven, no' rlied ieBu ceM- s. F. tantomn sad J s. Elae Gt Werl 5 passed the foll owi reayution : r e
eoa .ecwtio was t broeuht to e ,hs > h're kablynt tPsuccessulrIIn has o. I've lw i that tt madl a flying trip to Walnut HI Sun- Whereas, Brother P. W. Richardson with pe frinu Mst s Md ary Sw dy s
u a ttetsArr A etse orepent yb Adhinsol sae a boaAt- Sorts contributed much towards de- our school teacer. -
r ut.Invie w of the decision rene- ttod us steady etter osrer. ham and1ge s. A eJr'. mrie wto k homle neltks. y a r epAttors outr Stuend stchotoladrs Mr. Cha s. hpo Round Lake. anI Croauntt.
,in'5 y0e6Jy by the supreme cO rik, and eaily maintained sixteen a acen horse.-R harper's. lion. C. L Wiggins mde a buaines hra Si sr Rdoichrdson has< her daughter, Mrs. Ctarrol and U Mtr. c heugeh bealy
the t de desir to learnthe wish o i aoo seventeen kots spt eetr i to olr s de fIs ro., S 9 eMthe hlhood bee sIetfo sont of Panama City, have reta.eu l. D.H
of ]Mr. Kehoe In the matter h et tre.. m ho merafter a pleasa nT vi sitdy rei Mr H
leaving his name ofr of the et g nntiretrp.he Let. T.he bI.sneass spendegl ieetr of as pl. T d teaher ther0 u asnmd rt shout read .

bo"rd wil arwit a reply rom Is betI I I 11 what? Howetl-I t k it Is aT day eveingo move o our midst and beg of Misses Cauia a' iM MeMs Mr. an-Mr,
retaking 9cttl: U**5* the thing when the leome n as ** 3. A McCaskfll ma4e a busitess ta o theZ that we gratefully re- er. l" a few wee
-We are preparh- haUoU for oeie- Isqueesed.-Excbange. trip to Mobile Weneesday and reports member tareir untiring efforts ta Chas. Lupton, our genial ligbthouse
t ;en: In view of dectom of supreme a good time. ,t4*wlhtB*f the health and prosperity keeper, was in town Saturday. He M.D HoD
a e ticket? Dolly--Pardon me. dear, but ye eat ays In Brewton this week. earry. with them our stemre love ket red
"JM0W A. MIRfUT', | The many friends of Miss Len am esteem. We commend themto Frank Davis sad m S4tMrd I. Sta de
"Obatrman Boardi_ County Cl(musaolee-. a_ rieu ouse,,_ re, -_-n Hartsog will regret to lears of her e comidace of the commnunlty were here recently, uyi hogs. They auak oa bu


ram, seambta VCasty." uRI. rF,,r-U -. I,,,, .- -, parture Thursday, after spending ev- wh is fortunate to receive them. carried back a wagon load bout Mr.
I had seen you I should have upekq.- eral weeks with Rev T. B. B Barrow Resolved: That these resolutions twenty or thirty tee head. over O this
PA oU D INs TO 14 Amted to Brouhten burg, W Cleveland lander. and family. She will return to her be inscribed m a separate page of Mms. J. B. Taylor, Misses Mabel and day.
A NT T Is te togh nBraden rgome a Stakton, Ala. -te at and that a copy of the Ee Taylor and Mis Overstreet speat Hwk Mas
m awrs icane tf tea inB ti Couldn't Change Hie Appeasanes B. H. Hasting made a business trip eme be sent Brother and Sister Sunday In company with friends at his doice li
Ing e to S14 olSd Letter, is Now CIstomer- want you to t my hair to Peasacola this week. Richardson the gulf. Maraga.
ay or so that I won't lookM Ile a blamed fooL
SUPRASTS 65TENCED. Under Arrest. .rbe.m o -lgn Hreas n Montgmery ners. Army, wil conduct a mstieal festival
P S -- -New York Press John Craft. of the Mobile Commer- in the Salvation Army hall en West
Lf OeL St.-wSeveoiatea wecaea W Aat diFrne ht. he t Bureau Ca del Club. was next heard. He read a Government street. It winl e ver
ragts who were arrestdring Itao Oct. .-A he was If t were nly as eay to a ar F carefully reared statement in which Interesting and everybody is lavit
the stonaa of t HO of Comr- boxing a train for New York here i IS to preach!- ea p s e) claimed that Montgomery mer- to attend ad enjoy the mus
hao e f the Hca ue o disorderly todang Broatrhn forNewYre b hewasrar -teon carrying goods that it owed a chbeat have sold in the territory of They wil be assisted ey UIes t.
whe today seat of ered to dy Brou htou B denburg was arth Rule f Thre higher duty to the public than to Its Mbile. He explained Mobile's geo- Alice Sidkmnan, the DiBie Nighte-
to to were todis y sent enea d to rested by local detectives on thrc "We said a pe geMrhga sImu st koers. A coration, he in- graphical position, and with aer wa- gale."
thre weoia to three gint from erg r of tery od grN larceny. "I will put tt in another e6 If tt saed. must serve all -alike unles terways tnland and ocean he said Mo. Mr. Major White will 4ehr a I
thtas weeas to three initd A tesegram from the New York police
CONDUCTOR 01" A LIFT. department Advined the local depart- tak e sat- nn he be is e thm, wS same te a for the Ile ras wed.. wer m at t .t .-
CONUCTOR e A P PT. mst to e Dndb entire bosework of a ~ e etay. I the prayer of Motomery were pMsmary Soeety t tSe d
Memhs. 'ena Oct. 2.-In eir- He tis alleged to have sold the New will It take three sm-vasWt t It." H -_,o __ te I m e dead t would be f Street M odh t eva
ularissued by President J. T. Har- York Times a letter which be repre- Tommy--Ob I-TAX",Vo 1 T" "o Putae t Is mad of the appoint- Cleveland in w)"c the dead states- mornngaavinst. eeNioswI s*se contenedwe Ary" A ar slted t w
: Ser'S _galsnia U m Th^t wSh bds by natural yltlam and ena- f _-T-_
o2ent of L. T toe. aMasse-a er con- man predtew the election of Taft, Govenes--Wel. how t al Vw Kt *am an sa by the ether h As- MbMas to sell-to Cuba. the West ANTHONY CO OC. VR ILL. w-
enr iathe asition of general and which letter 4 am. w declared to take them? aMe to J=stify c-lw I-aas aI 0tral Ameriea. J-ed trli-a.
thefiniim sl iCentral lies in hbe aforgery. B -deburgasa" ibe Tommy-Thres titMm as tz-L plaod atO by M sery. l e further Insstwed must -,ay
-i e af ttlm I.la JThis ap- had the pr erty atority from Mrs. Tommy-T-n U. t i o Or. Newg 2Ip-Coky.t:byAewstrtrInsisted, must C. C
pa atsnt revives tib oce wmlade va- Cleveland& ad Mr. Hastings, coexcu m saTolera. in that the whole ase w stock aMat the -ew sek '
at by the death of W. L Salth last to Of ~ Cea estate, before he at rat e to oatthe wmo we-e ui sety rt the as dia e Vi at a im&sel,
*'ut' o.M th artless to teTim. CBon, I*t Hn er h a, sheU be ass eiNv WIKXLr CONDUCT A reported as verw. 1 at mB. -os hte ,l a.
,._ 1 ii "_ Mrs. Hoyle-rIe fbend o we9 be jstfied in princile or practice. and it is t ht not aely that an I'ek
m y husband speen s i. eve Mrs.U He admitted Mot6e on account of MUSICAL IVAL operation wil be roand neegaary. A ifn adn th
IN V; Doyle-Where? Mrs, Hoyls-At hben. water ts h a dseeadvanta o olttkon of physicime wit be held leaed tea
.... v ou se I ha to stay l over mtMuyry. Majr ea Mrs. White, of Atlanta, today to deele whether a operate wa to h
n ee ao y in Towards the close o his arguments the new divislomal ocers of the s necessary. Mr. Comatock s suffer- tb death
So. 2 a .. Coloael Gunter answered anmerows anthem i~ia a a aUlt-i. soc jv Wa -it. M. J.


rida







FORMED




en Gather and S .
ididates For Mu-
ipal Judges.

MWl The Jeureast
Oct. 12.-There. was a
he younx me calle Mat
last aight to aetect a
ket, to be voted pO laI
I W. D. Barrs., an heb
a and W. J. Daniels e c-
treasurer. Tae purpose
4 and atdraeeas 4e-
v. A. Lewis and W. J.
Milton. Jr.. was Usmai-
eted as candidate for
oamittee of ve consist-
ollowiag: W. A. Lewis,
t. N. F. Davis, H. P.
L. Pbhln s appointed
representatives. nme to
* a the tour receiving
lumber Ot vetes will be
es for city -eounraim
follows: C. C. Ltdo 23.
e. 22. Tas were d.-
lectioa of the body aad
D support of the sa e.
a goodly Sumber of the
)resent and upon motion
and thoee preset were
as the oung Mea's
lub of Marianna sa the
airman was made Pan
an and D P. Daniels
I treasurer. The mem-.
contribute to the Bryan-
further the nlaterest of
tic campaign. This be-
enthusiaestic meeting and
air or. a sge t deal of
one through these meet-
McKJnuou Co.. dopart
after being closed ter
i been purchased by H.


E FOREST.

, Oct. 22.- Tarmers
[g ready to make syrup.
made theirs already, d
good price on the mar
ller Webb and Arthur
Misses Lena and Mar-
b spent the evening of
y pleasantly with Mr.
d family.
ficehaeqa had the -mislfor-
and break hbis am last
Ing at the Bautist church
by all who attended lst
eers were elected for the
Rev. I. U. Rice wag
itor sad Mr. B. A. Davis
ohool saperlnteadeat.
and daughter, Miss da
Forest Sundaty.
Diamond was visitUng
ct to go to the eaven-
ay Baptist Associatloe at
day.
'e church services in pub-
14 neat Sdday at 10:50
list church.





ug goes Ow very stow-
s new residence is -ew

of. JRusset, a Coafder-
s. Felix are contemplat*
k's vacation Ia New Or-
wlet the protographer
lder, has his lauenh
* launch.
baker has gone to O3-


s of Panama City, was
side of the creek Sun-
alina has sold some o
md to Mr. Calhounm



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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1908. 3
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10 WATERW'ITOTS-_" LEAVES TAMPA
S tiseu iptlTtv, eaGUmNNED ITOR

NoN..y ItferfiIn 1111a 1 pains -r1 1 1
mb -r S at-ursQ. c toent__, a
t payI Secretary Henderson Makes Hood's Sarsaparilla Man Who Prosecuted Bob
4. nw M eb n me nUMtraNtCee cithe b lood
report of Moneys R- u m e cwle dthem. l McNamee, Decides to Re-
S.In .salquid m or "to chocolated
-t Ket Yes- ceived to Date. -tabrtnknown asn 100mdosesa$. tumn to Havana.
p- [vt.rda,100 do Nt es
tU ba Did Not Speelsm to The Journal. "Request, Not an order : A special from Tampa says: After
St Ship. Apalachicola, Fla., 0ct. 22.-Sub. To every loyal Sharples employee: a strenuous two years service as edi-
W t aC y. Shp. scriptions to the Gulf Coast Inland Tomorrow night, October 9, the tor and publisher at Ybor City of the
? ut Waterway Associatiotreets o ou town will be lined with Saturday's issue of El Progresso de
t -- Waterway Association to date are as not only our citizens but with visit Tampa. Joie Otero has returned to
*-.Ca Wo IT WAS THOUGHT THAT WITH follows: ors from all neiglbogr Itowns and Havana and will proettly never set
We[ o m t 0e sell Meyv- *.a. T .Previously acknowledged .. ..$652.50 the surrounding county districts, foot on Tampa soil again. In last
S* DAYLIGHT YESTERDAY THE Conditional subscription with- In the line of mazch w!ll be found Saturday's issue of hi Progresso de
SVESSEL knhat we SEEN--- drawn ...... .. .. ... 100.60 large delegations from the industra: Tampa, he gave his valedictory, in
n hgh prie ad- 552.50 institutions of nearby towns, and par which ae scored what he termed the
on ob high price ad- WaEs NTn e t oUT AND MAbo m law
a tI" pnce a- TUGS WENT OUT AND MAE -- ticularly from Coatesville As a mav- partial ad loose enforcement of law
g be bought, but Mrs. E. A. Dickey, .. .. 2.00 ter of home pride, as evidence of good in the United States, declaring that
E q iy is what you get, and ANOTHER UJSUC'CESSFUL Nick Spano ...... .... ..., 2.00 will toward this company and In the the laws'of this country are good
y8 W Ot get a l T. C. Gibson .. .. .. .. .. 2.00 interest of every one who desires to enough. but that the are not proper-
ality co ts With uIS. SEARCH. J.. W. Wilhelm ...... .. .. 2.00 share in the prosperity of this cont ly enforced.
Sol Brash............... 2.00 pany, we ask that every employee who Otero is the man who was the pros-
ai'i/' "^ SHOE 0 Jas. l Fanin........... 2.00 can possibly do so shall join in th ecuting witness in the recent case
An ,-" .. I too hm.Atethe onknown, ] H. Hemphill. 2.00 line of march as a member of the in the Hillsborough county criminal
S"s t O.o". c t'h- -H. H......... 2ar court, in which Robert MeNsee and
EI, ." Pbar.k rep itr o e teray by the cap- C. MoClay ........... .2.00 Sharpies organization. This is not a Emilio Garcao were f found guilty of
'e rt e tol ate ReAi bark Oeapna MR. H. Porter,. .... .... .. political appeal, but an earnest rte assaultng him ut not sentenced by
Swtch te hop e readerin T. Mr. Porter on... .. .. 2.00 quest that you do your part to main Judge Gordon. who declared that he
S TOLD. gl theda y without R. oHa. .... .... .. 2 ta the prestige of enterprise. any w ould rather resign his lsiution on
__-__""__tee lW. H. Pickett,... ......... 2.00 much greater than that of any other the offense, as the scandalu-w and un-
A Pilots on dty a the gulf en- M. L. Johnson-......... 2.00 industrial organization represented true editorial of Otero whieh caused
deavored to locate her and kept S M. H. Norton.. .......... 2.00 Do not let your itical views inter- the assault fully justified the d!e-
.close, watch t2e hope of rendering Mrs. May Guyton.......... 2.00 fere with giod will and pride -in West fendants in committing it.
-,qtV-VW e, b% the day ended without N. R. Hays............... 2 00 Chester's thief enterprise. Otero commenced tie publication
them learnlng anythinX more Con- Walter Roberts ...... .. 2.00 The Sharpies Separator Company, of El Progresso de Tampa in Ybor
ce nla the vegel thfas they already Jacksonville Board of Trade,.. 25.00 October 9, 1908. City two years ago and from the very
.Tt...i (lr hhknew. Warren B. Reed. N. 0. La. 2-00 Two Hundred Emptoyes Tu-n Out. first he has made it a vehicle for
.m4 wSt tet TwO stpi 1 have arrived In F. J. French, Nles,,Mich. ..5.00 The notce was reVived in science stirring upistrifeebetweenstheSpan-
pea a a ws ed P 51 St port icethe rk was fire ted. Bascom Parker Niles. lich, 5.00 by the men. but 200 of them heeded iardi Cubans and Americans. his
-thecoe' court yester but their: rCuvalb aroadtAmroia.hings Carrabelle. Fla.
of thevessel in ned of assistance. Jaa. R. P lckeM2.0. 9.te mandate and appeared In the re most notable articles being those In
Sof the veia la nered of Nistac-e. JaFr. e Pickettr .. .. .. .. .. 2.00 publican parade this evening in the which he charged several prominent
These were te American steamship W. Minter .. .. .. .. .. 2.00 reception to Vice-Presidential Candi- doctors of Tampa with mal-practice.
rVI S S dM A i l l wh1 entered from New FredSawyer. 2.00 date Sherman. But their transparent the -sheriff's office and other county
satne tl3ckw- s rdinmees, w Yorkad te steamship Vi- S. H. Dugger .. ** 2.00 cies merely stated the fact that they officials with protection of t.ie gam-
Ba d.'i Pt byJ ots- vina, .rom oI-via Cuban O. M. White. ...... .2.00
3,000 p1 poftis. Neither at these steers R. F. Pickett, .. 2.00 were Sharpies employes. There were biers of Ybor and West Tampa, the
e pt. Nedthre ot thaie steda:er R. F. Pickett. .. .. .. .. 2.00 no pictures of candidate or otber later article endeavoring to involve
e report having sighted E R. Moore, .. .. .. .. .00 wording upon them. There were Robert McNamee and being the one
NOW04MIhu. P. flP th Unlvertal-ethe*bark. S. E. Mattair. 100 many absent frott the ranks, and th1 which caused the latter's assault upon
SOeit4 Wb 1Atrmd yesterday from It is set thought that any damage Brought forward ........640.50 anyabsen from thera red wch caused the latter' assault upon
At"an0, whWe he wmt& a week ago t3 had been sustained by the unknown Thorp West. Marianna, Pla., 2.00 men marched as though it were a dty i.
A' t U w sle t erence. bark, it being the general oplaIon Columbus, Ga ........... .100.00 in the regular course of work and en- There is now an information hang-
k*. Ses arw*talong the water tront that some one H. W. Thomas. Bagdad, Pla. 2.00 thusasm was lacking. Tonight there ing over Otero in te county criminal
l e charge withwa sick on board. This otsilonis W. Perkins De Laurel. la.. 200many adverse comm ts upon court for libel, reutin from hoth-es
i at Nathan Sakle supported by the fact that te vessel W. L. Ingram, Havana. Fa. .. .00 the action of the manufacturer, and eir well kis editnown Weoriast T wampic caruggist
*' wiiff 1-M Xatathan_ -.-. *p e by on t. int re issel W. L. Pingram, Havanar. Fa. 2.00 the .to o..the m>^^ aeturer and -ar ll his edltorial nwhichchrgpes
SlO w hifM case ceamm d was tader way a n anling in a D. U. Fletcher. Jacksonville. 2.00 many persona were outspoken in their A well known West Tampa druggist
s y MU today in the re- southerly dmetion. W. Soulo, Santa Rosa, Fn. 2.00 views, and many, who had not before with making a mistake In a prescrip-
.. g e si. T he. tuW g m *oa left port yeter-- B. Goettinger, Atlanta, Ga.,.. 2.00 done so espoused the Bryan cause tion which caused a little girl's
1y for St. Adrews and lose Pensacola, la. additional. ... 32.00 then and there. It was a good thing death. As the artator-editor has
s was $1 sad costs watch will be kept n an endeavor to Total..............$78.50 for the Democracy of thfs section, and quit the country for good it will prob-
117. isiesas court yesterday os lh5ate the oa rk 0 the bomb rebounded upon its author. ablthey eve be calledup. Mcitiz fany of
...- Muewalk. Pierce Lee The convention of the Association the askdoo of Otero is a great bless-
41*11'Jadojw Coastantie were aet will be held at Columens. Ga., Nov. t in d to the community
Smd .ooat for the same offse. 9-10-08. Seven hundred dollars ($700) Ing to the community.
* is yet needed. You are urged to
iC lri4s bas tU his show wi.. send in your subscription fee. UU.. -a -w-
SW LL PLaoA treet a fin portrait LE LAND J. HENDERSON.
ort l*alth Democrtat hope LELAND J. H Secretary. r an. iMARK T REPORT. ,
"aIat ent WeP CLOSE. Uk
am... ILL V "LLWELU LES buiiLIiUTHE TIMBER MARKET.
: o e "o The sawn timber market continues to
'evcases weredocketed for ,_hold good, with a slight advance over the
S .re~&AZe 'a court yesterday week previous. Ruling quotations dur-
t Vice-Prsident Smith and Salvation Arm Has Su to be higher than that at other gulf ports.
Rt- tyour 'dlscbarged bein as folows:
I0 'sms We ce was esanuedt tatil hs b Evans of the L. & N. plied Many Poor People per Dbiceae tfrm n 5% eeata
001W g 9ines to tb..amount of $71' u per cubic feet for w of 30 feet and
ora DinO to Fe.amount o 11 I up on 40-foot biasl; 24 ad 24% cents per
iN. emmmmed (eubic foot for averages of from 25 to 27%
w aWere xHere. With Clotuing. feet on 40-foot basis. Rceits -light.
These will be no sermon at the THE MOBILE MARKET.
Zast Hi t aptet church next Sunday Threat Made in Westchester b em eA .olwse Mobie tim-
moXatb. Oct. 26. on account of the High oflcials of the Louisville & The Salvation Army has distributed timber markett is as follows:
Pummmno.l Bay Baptist Asoclation Nashville. wAo visited Pensacola to Close Plant if Mr. to the worthy poor of t-ale city about Timber-Sawn: Demand, light, 23r25c
meeting, hpt. the ,regular night serv- Wednesday to inspect the export 200 garments and *eM dosen pair of per cu. ft., 40-foot basis. Contracting,
ides will be held, commencing at 7:30 wharves of the company here and Bryan wins. shoes during the past mouth. One "% imb.r-He.wn. Demand, poor, 20a@4c
o'elook. The Sunday school .and B. look over the shipments being made Bryan Wins. dozen schools books were furnished basis of 1i cu ft... average BI good.
Y. P. U. services will be conducted as through Pensacola, were well pleased to children whose parents were un- Contracting, 19*"ec.
aaPl with conditions In Pensacola Insofar Seeclal to rhe JournaL able to equip them with these ar-
* as they relate to Penancola. The West Chester. Pa., Oct. 22.---Wbhen tiles. PENSACOLA PRICES.
,The ma,-gntm temperature at Pen- ofcials to visit Penasi~ola were Vice- seen this evening, P. M. Sharpies, pro- Anything in this line will, be glad- PROVsa--sIk
siacol yesterday was 72 degrees at 2 Presidents Smith and Evans. the for- prietor of the large separator work: ly accepted by the local officers of Bacon, rib belies--
p. m., while the minimum was 57 de- mer a son of President Milton H. employing a thousand men, many of the army. Anyone wishing to con- 2-0 to 25 pounds ....... 12, @ 12t%
tees at 6:30 a m. Last year on the Smith. It was his first visit to Pen- whom are Democrats was not in- tribute clothing, shoes, school books, Bacon plate ........... -----------
Ssame datee.tbe maximum was 76 de sacola, and he was well pleased with cloned to discuss his action in posting etc., will confer a favor upon mem- D. s. Meats (per Tb.)-
grees ~ad 'the minimum 66 degrees. the trip. notices in his extensive plant telling bers of the army by ringing phone Belli-s. 25 to o0 ib ... 11 l'I
The average maximum for this date is Mr. Evans haad vitited Pensacola the employes in plain words that they 1241. Shoulders ............ S'i S
75 degrees and the average minimum on many occasions previous to this must not vote for William Jennings vams s. (per.... is i-
degree. trip in the eanacity .J general man- Bryan. and that if Bryan should be n1rrn Ii in Picanic ............... 94 9%
* ager of the road. elected the works would be closed. Butter (per b- b.
William Hine. a painter, Mr. Sharpies simply directed atteu- ol|||| and Buttmyer 29 l b.)
ned from tho police station yester SALE-DAVIS tMI- ion to the notice as posted as New York isie .... -
day evrtag to Bt. Anthony's hospital DESTROYED BY FIRE answer. c.e (er ...... a 7% 7
for treatment He has been sick for -_ The men were more than sprpriseJ N T R ........
two weeks and was found yesterday apecl te Trme JmeraiL when they reported for wok this mon- I I Prime ............... 10 10%
in an old mmlI building on Barcelona Panama City. Oct. t.--The entire lug to have copies of the nottee read :1 an|y Had.... ..........." 7
tree har as tra of O pany toy them by their foreman, and also to Head ..........
s atr o w oau. toted Bta ou th port-,. n ist. Andrew be informed that they must appear in Medium ............ 5
Sthe p ato i wa to .t .sated at tOithpo.t, 3t. Andrews t^p Re/pblic parade tonight in a Qa- Cracked ..............37GW 4
* bay, was detroed by fre at an early body and to a man. good-ra-- ..... @. s !
The editor egt The Journal returns hour yesterday amoratn The threat was plainly made that they Judge Dismrsises Libel Suit r "our (per bbL)- 5
thanks to Mrs. F. Del Ca(tflo Of this The mills of th eompyany wre would be out of work for at least a Fancy Patent ......... .40 5.50
eity, tr a ad beautiful ower among the tis secon of year, which practically meant perpet and Girl Loses Plea For at. ::: ::::::........-:. .25 s.
t_1e miht M ,-_ Cereus, wblsa laRges dinoally, so far as the plant is concerned, Extra Fancy .......... 4.60 4.70
reek th-ts dce a ,night sad- ts t e, the los is tally $100,000. if they supported Bryan or in the L $aard (per Ib.)-
ch alerted by al who aw It. The .event of his success at the coming ,0 D ages. Compound ae b11e 11%
S ew wa plucked from a plant at U .ilie election. Trpound tubLe--e wo. r
ethe "e 1 M Del Catlo, 318 Threat to Close the Works. S60-pound tin-%c over.
West nte'erwiu street, and is a re- Trasrt r_ as Tho following notice was read to A special from Easton. Pa., to the -pound tts-~c over.
arkaly beautiful specien. a r t ahe PeSame AStes.: the employes of the company this Philadelphia Times says: -p.unid tins-Yc over.
*min- Gossips of Belfast. a small farming Oil (per gal.)-
0D LUCK WIT CAKE Jas. CWt to LeeD l o To Employes Sharpies Seperator Corn. and slate town, eight miles from the Kerosene in barrels...: 1I
I genaeraly due to the fact that Blue 16 and 17. Blk. 106, West King Tract pany: county seat. received a rebuke when Por 4,.r."b .. ........2 $0) .250
RIbbon Vaafla h- been daid. Sod -$80. It nas been and will continue to be Judge Stewart ordered a nonsuit in s. G. r ..............$5.25 ft .40
y all ood rocan. C.B. Parkhlll to Wm. MeDuffy- the universal rule of this establish the last case up in October civi court Fancy C. ..........
L1t 3, Blk. 18, New City Tract- meant to in no way bring pressure for and set a law for the Bushkill town. Corn. r bEu.E--


CIH0 LE GU s politicalpurposesonemployes. ship folks that it is no crime for a white .............................8.!
SI It is assumed that each employee has man to hold a pretty woman on his Yel'w or Mixed ...................86-7
Oats. per bu .......................58-51
the best interest of the separator lap and squeeze her. Hay. (per tor.'- I
SLTIST ELDER works at heart, and if there are di Only one witness in the suit of Ja- Timothy.-_................ 00$17.00
-d to Healt b Vferences of political opinion that is to cob Root against Susannah Young had Johnson grass ............. $1.oo@$1.0
MI T eUore to Health vin be expected. been heard when the judge stopped Bran. .r cwt. ..............2. 5T41.301o
"I was run down aad weak from In- We. however, feel that it is no trans. the trial. Root asked $1,000 d,,amages shorts, whi-at ..............i. 1 s.0 5
digestion andl general debility, also gression of the rule, but only inferma. because, he alleged. Susannah ircu- backed corn pr 90-b sak $1. $1.5
suffered from vertigo. I saw a cod tion to which in all fairness you are- lated a story that he had held her in Bulk Oats. 2 1-2c los.
liver preparation called Vinol adver- entitled, to inform you what ha taken his lap and hugged her several times Ground oats and Corn, sack $1.6ri6$1.75a
StUsed and decided to give it a trial, place and what will take place under thereby defaming his character. C. S. Meal, per ton ..........$23.Ml'4 $26.0
and the results were most gratify- certain contingencies. "The libel reads: Drew her down Corn m-a., per sack .......... $1.o0@$1.90
ThOae lttrested in For=ma- nag. After taking two bottles I re- The blight of the possibility of the on his lap'-there is no crime in Corn meal, bolted ............. $.40a$.00.w
gained my strength and am now succession of Bryanism is now rpon that." declared Judge Stewart, conning Chops, p-r eack ...............f .;(0 .l'S5
P a oGrits. sack .................. i$:-lnq2."0
tfinn Of Ieague to Meet feeling unusually welL" Henry Cun- us. Letters received every day from the papers. "'Put his arm around her FRUIT AND PRODUCE-:.
ningham. Elder Baptist Church, our former best customers, who waist'-there is no crime in that; The fruit and produce mark to-day.
Atingston, N. C. should be ordering thousands of sepa- squeezed her-there is no crime in furnished by the Jacob0 reducee &
Vinol Is not a Iatent mediciae-but rators at the present time. state-they that. The case is nonsulted." Irish Potatoes. western. per bu S .9 0$1.00
a preparation comeoeed of the m3di- are refusing to place orders for fear Sweet Potatoes, per it ......S .. 5001
-cnial elements c codsg' Ulers. com- Bryan w.l be elected C abage, per crate............o
a meeting of mck importance to bled with a tonic ro and wine. The possibility of such dire calam- onionr bu -------------. $.0
PeasaeoS Is to be ,held this after- Vlnol create a hearty apetite, tones ity to us as his election seems re OLarlic. doue stri----- ......---..... ---- 50c
noon at 4 o'ckeck at the Y. M. C. A.. UP the organsOt fdIRX9o l makes mote, but the hour we are onvincdR uppabega"s,r per bu ................ ..s...0. 7c
-to erch ed blo4d. .IN hthIS uaal man- such, a thing will occur that hour Peanuts, per lb....................c. 7c.
n ,* e le i to be ,, V S tSghforthetheseworkswill haveto close down Gutbgs. per :....:..........-: :
e iiltea db- u0tl the stock of tbular sepator Grown How. per dos ......... 34.76OS5 1)
the project, bqt theoy re a31e4. anlid. we carry is reduced by sales thrb- Emgs. country. per dos ..............--r-
I& the ,yVOWnt Se hmit a 16 1% old peOPle. For er'Oate coughs. quarters. This will be done as a mat Eggs, Tennessee, per dos ....... .. 23c&24
Sseqna s w ma t = Ou the cold and b chts Mis uex- ter of self-preservation and with as Bae-n per bunch----------- ..........c1.00
41011110Cgreat regret at any employeUcoule
sta Sibe is. eWO 2. Te 10 Ar A SnUc h esp in ths vidaity are preiarly have"for tI e A lot of old newspapers,o
aree aen to be pement and e ie to try l our oser to re- great respect. -- tied up in neat bundles for
meeansw this afteiume. te -o P. M.SHARPLES, Pre@siswt CO LL LAILS .e, & a at The Jour-
e .hl h bay a i p-"I" ,,Req uest r.aa Parade.adle atTheJur-
oWfht ge Q0 Oug& In adton to the aove the fellow. 88teW 1k01 acnal ice
sad to ob- itg was otd in al parts of -i othew a- strocs
e - law. "e' PMUssM a. works dUarln the day. It was heeded Tma w.a b c aV. T.Read The Journal Wants.


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the best Sauce of Oysters and Meats.
Don't Take Any Substitute.

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Try "Huckleberry" Cigars.
Harvest Queen Flour.


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ADVERTISING


A SERIES F TEN TALKS O .A MINO
rii by s-- Et- l oNo 2


Advertising and news are first cousins.
The railroad and the stage coach are grandchild
and gr"ndfurth*r.
Four out of five advertisers still use stage coach
methods. The agency that distributes news has the
quickest, cheapest and most effective machinery for


distributing advertising.
paper.


That agency is the news-


The man who passes your shop window is going
somewhere. He is on some other errand. If you
want to catch him when he is not in a hurry put your
shop window in the newspaper; a few articles at a
time. You can make a hundred and fifty thousand
people look at this kind of window every day and with
much better selling results than if that hundred
thousand walked by your shop one by one.
I know a retail store in one of our large cities,
a branch of an lwgl;h house, whidclntil the autlimm
of 1906 was managed by an ngJlihmmsa; austere,
conservative, dignified; a man who would have been
shocked to see his shop advertised in an A-aruajk
newspaper. He had an. ealus.ii# trade and his act
profits amounted to about $20,000 a year. This
Englishman died. His assistant, an aggressive young
Ameicau, took charge. He advertised; advertised
continuously in the best local newspaper. Last year
this exclusive shop made a net profit of over $80,000.
Why? Simply because there are five hundred
thousand well-to-do people in that city who never knew
that this shop existed until they saw those advertise-
ments in the newspaper; and the shop has an ex-
cellent street location. too.
This is a concrete case, the facts of whih I
personally know. The Vitgl fshmn a epens upon
the quality of his goods and his be-'tifolly crested
stationery and his attractive shop window and his
perpeundicular-backed dress-parade clerks; all of
which were above criticism. The young Amaica" put
the whole show into the newspaper; admission free.
.Show me ten shops which advertise regularly in
a daily newspaper and I will show you nine that
are making money. The failure of the tenth is prob-
ably due to bad management of some sort.
Some people value goods by the price they pay;
others by the shop in which they buy; others by the
effect the goods have upon their neighbors. It is only
the co-.".'...- workaday sensible people who value'
goods by the goods. If you want all four classes as
customers it is yor business as an advertiser to
make the cap fit.


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S.r.- -, ,, Absorption of _Line They CO .5 . sayo nere wiu r cc'inbt t p and hams
S- -9ay, Was Most l.op- Scre. w atreung A. .. No Depression if Mr. 0 S S a 5

B 1 -- ~ The fact is wel appreciated by the scknss," and Other 1
SSHIPPERS IN FEAR psigthat am* oW TAFT WILL GET comorS. 3 a&
0 -O F f Vs OF HTIRJ R RATES *. are stluren ertFARMERS' VOTE S -..1
Sar ... a. .. a..... .Ies..a tthe e raadsw ae bent o a
UK- m ..o... .so 3 ,St am .O ..*........ -.*. -- Weaeral Increas t a as freig-t rates as
I . WaddU I 9-W .....soon assuch increase can beIe
e -. ., ..' -r v^ Den xats Try to Make as os'am sppyer Big Four" Officia Investi- who do usetl work-produce enough
SI-. -- ~ ^.,p impressed with the fear tt when te , ,each yeaopser to clothe, weed and bou w. .
S r W .Campaign C Out election is over. the talk of a general gates Rural Conditions all and give to each sufficent to make
d -o Fn nnmcm m ames oe O P.. rate increase will revive even more it unnecessary that the hand of char- BX
....s ....... ---------- .Of Fma ra Ex- strongly than it was heard last spring. and Finds Leaning it ext-ee to anyoe (except L- -
It is obvious that the Harriman con- etde toayo exp *
a W9 ..4u r o pan.So PDlCny. trol of the Rock Isiand and Friseo Toward Ohioan. the aflicted sad Imbecile). Probabis
__-Pand .. W ,- c Y can be so employed by the demo- Mr. Arthur IMlvI would like to know Never Scrath
crats as to et many shippers what production has to do with so The writer
0 John In .. . ........ Ti... .. wrought up In a way to embarra w emphasize. thef" claelism. o lon as enough !ineS He hlas aiwa
.. .... .. I u tuore th are in operation and ihe workers re
theueOO1th e repub ca s.rt icua r l
.. . ..r. t i, w z0aft. It comes at a t w e h eeain r o P lns rda question.
hr.dberscitcdmo th eeaa ttt-atirime n m.h o ceve aMrrt ob t theypedh ourgh for .
Stet of H trt l rahlwad *innctrC arease altatl tiis frespubl- te guarantee fund. and whch a the are ble consume a ortio tiet- A Jd
when acq really of mindthe Rock Ilad c to spread the ear that rrim case he ee t means an unjustifiable eetrikin adv
To h ei,..foi, ee.t ca a se at last bee I0.ettlpd aiad the demo. ato be given. of Brawell s euecstood to be b e a economic waste. M r. Ro the newr to oe a time (and many blo ville Arwusho c
Opwana flO rbMOCBl M Plenty-ote b b0 e& MeIwiner dt trot .aaw is forr uned.eatorfe men to plung that time is here now) when bu laralding. us -elm o ,
1 ,n ) "h'eb- ng cbs ae M oeeit is over. About the law _intn or the o an t the snti tess, thus int
e e oc tih% baaMs Ie tn -rette mack Is Aroui o. creasing the,- probable percentage f ualtad incs tse io Aird ian toofa --
; $i. a :gg 1" .ter ,] th oa MCAS"tionI i t bi 'nd .*dct to the latest National Chais rmn Mae, Is much loss, which must be resconed. from od lI td se rale ndsy thse mast at for -
O t lfeat of Harrimn I il m rt o e aae tof rawiR used at tae efforts of t republi- the guarantee fund. andusai oe -' s thee lehrs aof ith r llo a
am:.,s. eoli s iW. t ta t been seWed and the demo- emad the riscoat of Bryan's eoectlo there will be a economte waste. Mr. Roberts holds b dod o its ve, i Ars.
paty a f te tb Qeogrd altt of oria will3 now o into -- The plan is to charge the _admitl business depressorenH. e isn asling that the true way to protect t'e d e-Th, ,lats ovent ent Florida was
gte l or on tratiam with laxity In earoemoet a i boper ents for trynj to employ pseltor is to surround the banking surpusgod RisInaioe e As
4"- 00thO ul* Uon & ania" nd ttsShrm nt-tut law .l per- the 1896 methods over again, and Is business with stricter limitations mrai for f mil
bare tat tisWldiSng ac o theahresssetCOW!tec somIugtho his plates t merger to go on, giving out the ones of. proment a n to invite careless banking b toane 1nce9 t Je of 197 ans Ae b oe
'w0 buV ed .40wa Yesterday In the long-mooted Mays-Kebeo o0r. and to Isold oUpeas a mereteasion business men wto are taIang ,the guaranteeing deposits. I coeadYeincrease of Aerian fe none
e s aw ft toe the re merits at the the administrations eorts bereo position that there wil be .iIPression. What percentage of the farm il t orei t. Thoer aTh nt



Sga re b.Son hadurit er -eoutse the republican have had to Ueet the tie Four road had been inuirino countries increase their ownf prod0et. et Exast L
a fred the e thir disteclaring Mct who reret fore tsma Harriman Whether Aut the emogn a the oeadarter. o it vote in the middle vote West is going it.
bowil * pet .ceock aa ud be tima- asserted that there Is a great deal c ph ts .om ican toa tor a asbt e ao poam mbur toe- ..e.w..t




Ser a the p margty We do not aee IneAer, that this will reach to the trya a st of a re a quiet coerconsad empof lroates. It dgo- in t part the farmers woune not railroads wer unable to hadle the the Is not
as gah~r me or that heRwIwbem theaeat nd Mr. Maa will ha dv movement to lortray r. obe apear the hrogthte ountryon the answer t that about 5 per cent great quantity of products, the btton gra left on
Sm the tet than he wM h bees had the relt Republicangers Involved who talk scceel o coturerset andt. Pers- favor by telling both the republican even build t Wn o e, A P of
SA" .te "s be*n. a rt bl r t oAeunftu, nateo ne for Mr. Harriman to get i moa t a t ile it is apparent sonal e- and t s ered that the democratic managers, In et.,down ntil te surplus ld be ek, back
m atbI n MayI as it ato u late, the I&t ieunfotle tate aoart a one. They ay they ave had tployers are tryion today Inece the view of the eaveag o ricultural votemuc h disposed of-meantie the worker Wrber te de
but a e W-re N -e of sete tit tette o the -atI etedoth peoW-eof the United-s tates in b now co- votes o t t hei suet woes not are- In the middle votes. hin f are starving, stealing and adding to foth
.o... .ea w a j bilt cati by he- a bi y to renlts of Mr. Ma withroliut haet Harri- e that ro e to pearouthly underteatd. He air that ea gral r vote au something rom the fin e of the chal-gang ae elt, crynot
.gUaep san the third disttve ll suppa the fedetos ral con ad let deal theoat pubntle for the operations ofut t e Oklahoma law that dd ar e of the population ocithat Re w rts come fro, all over t ae- l_ e
S-ic e repu.ar eswill athaer y were comithe re tllcans hare had to meet as es a salaries, it will be seen that inrntry of the rapidly iown prodeag as-y et Citaii
s has m fb briends-etli d t wh o e grs o the In this campaign s tlated o d he sh tIt even of 5 armer cent of the s of unemployed-tEngland, too. has tlg .
M, Mr. Kehoe, and the hemocrathe pard race stM their literature and their spellbind- Rk.eretted t.. m about It coul __alr voters migM give Bryan largest number of unemployed it ast
SW d eor d nblamable or not It safe to say to, as In s it t wodt tlrser states ofy the tiddl West. not a question of "iam" but a odi- w
S m in e = o a t t r Br ousa -of vtot. t t t the farmers won aids what are we to do about It t?
f or tat her he : ea- a. o not appear the rtoe tlcas ehave bw chinose, but t est about 5 paper cent great quantity o products, the For Pr en
Stl dttriet ihan e m e been ha teresult Republican who tasuccessful In ct. Pr- w shift to Bryan. On the face of fe low: wantonly waste while th many are H. P.
-- 22.. alp. talk.th R days la thea oiit of eaboutr this latest movement of ra- denas again been rt or saved (n the tW Is nt a large chang, buto the thouand-ilons are on the verge Cere
Wi--h W istti o r y as 15 awn ssr the o say rranay thaat it mIsMost I meseal NaonalSank. talked about v im it is Cosidered that the demo- shut down util the p ol d be c a
she te aopportune. They r mpe they navme h thoquestion to and ee ~e o e counting on gaining muh disposed of-entme the ok t de
..te for m 0rew"to r t ee n the It2tie s ofL the New dope troubles enough n this campaign fact that the suiet-r was not te tav e struggle wich they fro are to yoursef-rving, stesli need dn picto fmmre:
'' ltepra p a ot affairs and ability tQ j reu lts will make without having oHarripua o me along. thoroughly derstor He sid that Ith ne vote anvy odds sing from the thme of ethe haenn. ,e rnsyg







ram h ts rwoee the third dearftet thetea it enc and let a deal b e public for the operations odtce Oklahoma law that share othe owatpthe fact Rerts oe from a oe s
-" Ai. t .he... which the republieaW pwill n eataraly were us of tohe exactly sh a las lt on salaries. p Itanll be see h ow Itr of the apdly ineeasg al tise
s,"an ad t .hlaWe, t of course, aart t nh.tbe blamed by the eon. form of rtrag have I the tic ton state do ht opev ly admO er cent f. They father, the bread-wgner.to 4y "No
M ee a ythattheir literature anid their spellbind- regretted t .bqut It could vultu oters mIgt give Bryan largest number of mnploy It as
,at o Uz" ettle haseNow letever a tem t when he heaow i ma- ers regardless a weher thefromy are ot becomethe actal before lec- several electoralns, these Ho from thew dresses for i theo, rtow, ,o srt Ci
". a a dui ~se nomin ee. -blamabl or not. It Is safe to say otio as In as onli lo tiey would Tdoer states of the middle w est. not when and winter o "psm" but wth co i D









et i. d tles seeking to t the t o It b his speeches nd an explanation of the apparent anded scoundrels and cowas; d .e.wd a It is a condi i that lrmis or en-
hiC s egap hvlg. fthe least themp working be menthe presendwrit o ncampta eT e otigatos be writes to that paper as es a few to, in so far as t can be brevel in uury and For Pblood
will staAi d r that sort oa bullUvl tact thaevet the great Ameres orator sure unless they re cheollked ti knows:, feel that the antoly waste while th y r poor. COU.-
S. but.a good tbe f the mn who fought the bat- wh be gets Mr. Bryan's reply he Cim of this kn les something like a miracle compelled to do without. T few P W.
.tri"uttlo tois $6 a f, h e O -the- civl war sad td heir Wreg- will have a vague suspicion that he When we are oairthrough wit th-PP s b during the next fortnight I- can Wopduce fo thnre fulrs w tUaet to r lJ. C




















t eascteos has thsi oar raised 06oy fets 6ag ietis and he t booked for a d discusved with taleteas we that sales sternly repressive meas emer situation which hy We have se e atis, pa Judg
t atorod oA rthe *ae t- wou ldberatter have kept silent. -he presidential eleitw and the ctaAoutt seoe th s
Sm hly aoMoua. al. l @ "ta eM Tatt. He will iy ence of the spellbuM er's ve contion in the cotan belt of tthe reOdecy that gives them grie o and distribution of life's necessities? C
'g 1a con etruSte.d many titles wye.ty hd It a not rmeroabelep t ihat oe re is much i then tInheory. We south that will mae tics)e Ree- t i fact that ifp Tit goes dow Socialism wo uld assure to every lkn ot W
Ih a oet, one paper ae, e .y to o f tr e godeh of o all read the speeches of Mr. Bryn atrith eoa thwseem w ha toa out e re-arom tea to thirty a n ae M lere




















S-bigU. i C .....rmen tevn (N <* i when he gets worked a d Mr. Taft as plated in the state by comparison. Aa. . t..- .n* tat^p se arel U abot ,,.we
bat 46aereb than $18,00. In apnpa. th tac strentous pr sheeat sce emes daiy papers and analyse them with der thbe pretext of ceaptil Ter $*3.500, instead of 43, whbis the theautg-s P
W Pods th has wuedt better athM ,t la a. Tatt r either vol. aear. them delraers amid strea his I endependeatce h eas a citirebl o ies ae- ta






















gale CMRC-agNe~tt em the stamp bout emotional surrgrndings ad what yied a slaish obedience to a I le VOX ePOPUe i aba ne A ristn county weal
etwanwt fo"eits r e I ver e ee thousand mestoo sence of the orator, the shouting ad raescal in the dispoltion ot hse 9aite Al rdin white p t stra I ee which they havetouo
in.tep..a e his In. speecs.eY C._th" slytem. crowds aue as hbei thore otevierable to or- savages whold it tigo mte it. s against heavy dds since the ther l too meh tot cat evde ,
S .. m e t W e Ilr today people are doubtless doing It is barbarism, pre and stple, EMditor Pensacola Jomprnal. W. A MIT.- A
S. as grw t more real thing now on thlwthr ingitsembe treated acoewtal. If Sotialc is not d theory or "ima a nw d PaO 1 t f no ro












aeth Stata h e s e0tu s e. i or w Tt im wagesoIft Can oicn of di thssue by the republicthan it is Peted tohe incipientae that t a coai tion. Ihem the republican leaders o f
/ oft astan dvte i1L a 'isUna i s s ourse, anIn- na toeal veetio form of uthe iSa the cotby t ews l ot b opey admit defiled by they atheo- the -w to ay '"
t -40 the tner'4 t. at e such as the postingof gis, thrU still try to that some lucky tuf.c.rnw there are e gma o e oe
1* Ween-,the bu..and D-,direct. fez=-at aemippt at compulsion'Iol -, Jptemtsmeaccidnt. may enable
fl n larg Ia, w ow a & llmr* e- sand M tryn -wanted nothing better T to beur, o etc4 ani itd y ony t su. t t .oe ent.hroum.aenTh e ill, ment andr or tnihnecs -- -"1: -
r oSot lle u attention eeb for a txde .he rof it'-durlng Not Real. step from this to the actualdestim- gtig politicisas. the Hooers no new dr fr f them,
-.t pih tp Wabos imat-g t s-csmaig hls h*-e&Vap In Ohio Wednesday. He The New Orleans Times-Democrat tion of property by these masked and Ad thew do not always know when and winter Is u them, w co DUOn
IO -m Is tlg to I e te of it in leheS finds an explanation the apparent banded soundrels and owards; and are whipped; and when they dos a
9 NO s sleS. tmeatInthe-present campaignn the toeffect theirpurposesIs prknow the truth, in so far as It can be but, lke leeches, ive the blood
will stafd for that sort of- bulldosing fact that the great American orator sure unless they are checked in timb known, feel that the game Is about and sweat of the poor. COUN
joho-ertfordTimesreproac theIsth -hasbeen largely supplanted by the Crime of. this kind may readily take over and the score against them; but Again, referring overuten sta
ft" a went at mera-nriy tItse o great American press as a medium of an epiemic f a. "t has dofs Is there is another Inling to play, and tstics, we fnd t today, with a- C. I
.........t..ofieityN tIt information to the public, am theithe macfo-grm. districts e N they go on with the strgle, bearing chiery so hily d.oped, a J.P.
eampaignd k b- tht .ews t ai can be readtY, and there is Abundatvrthe circumsacs. It Is a di- upport hi f twenty-- hO
"M aei m bp thus far0rul ais n ed GWsmUs4Aok for a and daiinueswith.-aVIMn*ts s"Md thad reptsemve mess urnosagingts they ituaionhichtheyface.ai i,
4-.to ...elp s-![the ce:tU4. .l1 tU-w York City f tni h deliberation not possible under the I res are taken we may naIfWne dares tell the plain truth, it, i. soela posted system, thed why thn wss Ts
is:' badly m ]We _1 saA&tluence of the spe'li"rsHewillsayteof"ellbinder'shvoice.icdeuny that ges them grieh and d&stribuibe of lfea'estl _

u is badlysan In toupmr e pokceulvw u .ateop susiorthagse the
t to~ t wlOf thse two setAn& I ts isnth S PmoUlPthy pat more Justiceand accuracy than If we farmer who grows Cotton to i orfe!.t." -6 avera6e wage per year. Who .ets






pac mts ImIth'a brighr tday. But the people are doubtless doing It Is a and simple. tior P omonelt.ou.nal.








dEl count moe a an 'asset n the I an 16 t ti ken . ... .. .. .


Swth wof e steet. TakIe the Evr- -lMl telegraph and the Associated Press to engage In an chvile or, an ix
glades out elt.T eth- t he. haat yet been fully stored had done such wonderful things for ou Southern governors and subord l-
Th cMiv. st ani tiOta health. mr. "tmeen is a fvaluab the sprjad of current news and all nate officials will meet- this evil I
Ti sal toryam u maa MtnIs of &e hourty, the daily happenings of the world, a promptly and treat It wt merciless

Tht eveM now when we thave Mr. it u* Smno;s thte *i ar tl of a pe m coen O$5u to... $.- t"
_jut MW. m"a the endatrides e ainut s o".foratus t t he case mas not sever y wewso willon haven nit
d withmodern acts tho wit wa .araeter and we suspect thatgpathy nor loss of Interest, butd iffe-ofs it Fcl r orCoviDgsthi s d W


Beree wtf hateua a ifedrtnai so T aot an d improved condition* s for reto We neeinot A few, but very may new furniture d f

of that ohe wroit awith keeon in- g Lr. a rmues a -utd te old fM-i than i*inse honal i ad a e '- -- -
ateret ad plea that la St. amtmia sl g a dta tar noth iaaadQualityr and St cceasta]y made,'e stter-


Sta eveoat hao wen tiated th t in wM h te ate apathy th Amilea Walte wet tem the law will be
M. Mr. Taft a nd -Mr. o- to M "n eiite T **iN.r Of This vew of the as e, in c nnectio spied by men.. wcriminao linee. nt *a
ud after-mnt every dayr tre of us A .-- ewe ats with th be cr fast with purthe rmO been lawlessness will evst herne 14. 1-10 l Pafer St.
Sfretn purposs made of UWa r aumel womprs. the labor behind them anaixed with party ani there or the Chicago R$5 to

te ad Cad leasee that In St. We lves Inr-wt, *M letter t o Sent ldce sucthanever ber tossfully r onerM wieh s ........ ...
a n i ea e g in that cit wfhih ste .rn ..a. m tpaa e ear mbuter sas VewntAer. As reslt of his tas.


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AND VIEWS
STATE PRESS

Aem a icklet
never scratches a ticket.
y supported loYally the
the democratic party-
ary person named On the
t was a pleasure to him
;Is vote. Can every man
to be a democrat say as
achicola Tmesme
dive Millions.
ille bank publishes a
tisooement in the uroks-
Iting the fact that ia 1819
bought from Spain fo
dollars, while today the
t bank alone appraulate
-half millions. And the
L beginning to grow Il
populatio.--akelaud

as Severe,
the Nassau Guardian re-
is okce states that the
iich vtisted a portion of
Islands on the 11th of
as the most severe ever
pting the great hurri-
ratest damage was done
oag Island, and surround-
In many places every
town doW, and the mar-
Ig from Siums. says that
e green leaf or beale of
the islad. At this po-
David Marie was boied
reek of her house. Her
brisk was cleared sway a
>ld child was Sound Its her
Sd nhart. There ws
Life and property.-4e
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NATIONAL.
Bailey.,
Butler.
L. Dueis.
V Maytn,
maen:
ter Kehoe,

MTE OMINW lh
bert W. Ofehrltxl
ateW 4IL Clay Crew
neral.-Park M. Traw

-re-W. V. Kaott.
Mt of Pub" m ermustllr
H. Cuoway.

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M. Shackledsrd.
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ta ed th following rerding th-e weatDr is at nan. ei reay or
-P Wytam ,rIy4khig weddinct. k wlh will ber t it now-by getting a bottle of Ballard's
read wih tk e by the friends e Snow L meant. Funest t.i g made
Sa the oatraliig partieshere:for rheumatism, chllblains. frost bite.
liu ineeretisol.m: a stiff joints and muscles. all
.. ', o0. Mits Henrietta Frances .aches aue pals 25c, 50c and $1.00
Sm nid we 'rf and ULttettt James Arthur a bottle.
GailOly, frst lieutenant of Coast Ar JSold andD recommended by W. A.
. 'on to tIlery. which took place last evening D'Aleberte. draggst and apotiecary,
t "O"yetue", the mPer home ofh .,
D CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE.
SMans. ros. carnations. etc. Order.;
L l-- taken now for All Saints ani All
Soulsa Dy. Also P or weddings and
.-'3. Mg I' ,funerals. L C. Reese. 518 N. Baylen
street. Phome 292.


n. -' 3'" l" rLATEST FAD IN

HAIR GOODS



straight switches, fluffy hair
S BLOUSE OF LiURTY SIK AlND COTTON CREPE. rn-S HM i a it i fferent
The separate blouse show l the .-rmpinytlng ct was n the mod- SbhadL Stgop4ds at lowest
el made of a washable cragW ht silk. Aatia or i u eMd ale be
n w a n *ara & used for such a model. The or al blouse was of a slightly creamy p3rcS St
tiat, aAd was trimmed with hWat sk butteB aass md anetche eye-
Re T m t lets. Uttle plaited ruffles of extinde down the left side of the fnt M oSo M nery,
i' "n d-th X --m Triand the outer seams of the 'Img sleeves. and insertksm of Irish lace in NO. 11 Eat ntendencia St.
71114.R nI Vime R1THN4 TO WEAR. little rose medalim and t.an d. the yoke. A


'77us aeilib1ag ca~i from a severe

-- i. rs. C.. IL a" who has been
S,9y r in for several weeks, is re-
3 By TO pbeted to be in a very critical condi-


i ':' i.S^^ ^^-^^, '.- ^?^^^^^^i5^^.-,.^^^^^^^;^'' "e^<_"" **y .gB<"ij ii Z "ta s iam "u -mber of hme au t rday.
_--Ss -^ m-St -l&SaI1 TM iIar friends of Mrs. Geo. E.
^.. m% ,.. TME mRDLY TA1 C pi Y. New Ao45e*s, La. bae gla t okewtatshe d i
wM be u a alter a spell of
'-s_ -e i"soke.

.II iiMrs. Frank C.H n and little son.
S.-ha, the bride's parents, Mr. a Mrs. Jathe daintiest of wite ull d lace of Mobile, are the guests of Mrs. Hor
Ei E".o Gray. gowns with blue bows in their hair ton's mother, Mrs. Landrum, on North
g The broad porches surro ing tti aad about the waists of their tiny ea- ela street.
SSIS ^I house were hung with y Bed plre frocks. Miss Alice Griffin is expected home
-., lights and decorated with BUBceBm After the ceremoay and congratula- Nov. 1st, after spending several
a '2 "^ T m palms .ad feras. The ba aAd ib ti a delicious btet supper Ws moths In St. Joseph, Mo., her former
Hee wu tI -LUL tiUal stairway wee hung with .wnie served. The wedding iarty were seat- bome with her sister Mrs. Robert
-. .' The Mobile eg~ter eontained the ful festoons of southerR .slaw m .ed in the sun parlor, which was dec Reilly. MissGrn wenttoMsou
k owag gi the hL s t araese of foage aa t rated with smlax and palms, at a to reeup e after a long illness of
--" -s w"edd n Mis RiMe s a oloee of the the walls of soft green. Tall aS- eat heart-shaped table which show- typhod fever. Her many friends will
ik 5 lte. Sa. J Sett, of this city: were flled with iamense dee lak *4 the artist tte of Mrs. Gray in be pleaseto learn that her trp has
2, A p'M pI Aits sbplin chryatathmianms at the base oe the its elegant appointments. The rich proved beaes.L
li, ity e~ laes waI celebrated Tuet stairway and the same beahtifal lowt daLmask cover was bordered with a o' e e .
i iidul -4m evening it :I0 o'clock at the era were used on the high aaatel fall oT Irish lace and at the three "GOOD LUCK" WITH CAKES
ii Miss hof Mr. nd Mrs. Joseph Cadro. above the broad fireplace I the hall. points of the heart-shaped table were is generally due to taie fact that Blue
S1la, alt i t 5ii .ay s -oa. p ted her troth to tnirway sad entered the og living roses al o desahair fern, the handle b all good grocers.
5|r. Milatsi hMS Ijs** at New room through an aisle for med by tai tied with white tulle, while in the cen-
1W i, ia bf e of el director coluans twiaed with i- ter was an immense base. of long
,a feire and cil feril ebv. father lax and whte ttlle, a the top ef Steimed American Beauty roses. The
e"a ve I. C. Ie la MIerlLere of Spring Hill each being a great cluster of perfect place cards were dainty miniatures of
-lA. ry eperr-mlen- go thiIeralfae Tem a white chrysabthemums. The six eol- the bride and groom painted by the
As % Ai i erdif to t& sUmred rttes of thne Oath. Ulm s were cotnected by fentns ja talentedt young bride herself. w
ambas Ja-- sre t We Joe .S c. white tulle. aad euded at the white At the bride's table were her at-
l* The horn :w lovely ia its col satin prie diei, whlc was also twined tedaits and Mr. and Mrs. Gray. Mr.
iWS :3 mr. a a th of pink sat white in which the with uilax and white tulk. Iack Inman Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gal- OD LITH IA I
anT .Ml II ll .ree of fary ferns and a e of the prie dieC sad above it was a logly, of Detroit, the groom's uncle and
3japon Mint fete palms eho-ed the beauty of the great shell-shaped capy t .adl. aunt; Captain and Mrs .Earle D'Arcy
r MIa -a ,S.. hi~rie dnet 'roses and the purity white roses and lilies of the valley Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brum-
oif:"1 S whtI mees. starred with great white chrysathe- by, Jr., Mrs. Henry Johnson, Jr., Mr
bIi TAriey1r paty came down te min wit a dark gree & Ma d ait.Mr. Albert Howell Jr., Dr. and A Number Selected to Offi-
-g "m -. a" "t--r the tront paror ,of giant palms. Tall broIm e s Mrs. W..S aikin and Mr. Lamar Hill. -
---- which W ieeratemd in pink b labra held shaded electric ao Mrs. "ay wore a beautiful gown of e at eorgia Military
-^M l> wa gme-. wbsre the mini3log of brides- on eIther side of the..cnpy a West rw it osee point and dhess lace at rg Military
7 erd slle a ses d m-ide t hair fters Jbasket of the white lhryantfemrm\ovwer chifMon and satin. .
S-a a ber were e' w as ao white wlw lul setting for the wedding pl~mi bet was eibroeldqed in black.
IHI'p '.t 1i brie's rowse fnMimin the wtecora, The g-oomsmen. Ueuteaati Cao 's. Pearce wore a gown of point
a Bsiragbeli, L teutee t Heeter aTd CmalH lae e-btuoCeed In silver. Colonel J. C. Woodward, president
'* Thit altar was arroged in a setting Earle D'Arey Pearce, Il their trilliant rs. EUkln wore a gown of amber of the Georgia Military Academy, at
S of alms ad the odiew was draped full dress tiaormns with red at pM elored liberty silk, trimmed with College Park, Atlanta. has announced
- *i To th *bri c&lhqru'f from Lohen- the bridesmaids, Miss Carone t oe Mrs. Johans's gown of pale pink scholastic year and among them are a
it riBa. .- e orchestra, Bose, Miss Ida Hightower .- iss e-meaae satin was trimmed with numlKb of FlorMs boys. The compe-
S i eth the Suzanne Spalding, 'wearing graefSl cr y princes lac e and embroidered. titon .ong the cadets for these ap-
an il "ion Ito rs e ek c alor go sof soft wwhltte s cati.u The bridc cut the beautifully em- poitMmpL s Iis mosti keen, and the re-
OUR .whie.e roo wh e the mar- made directorle aad with e et t Af l e rd wed 'ab cake with her hus- suits will be read with the greatest
@aoffesh ery t erformed. lice if 'l'O. hey e bad's sword and Miss SuanDe Shld- Interest oy the boys of the academy
ge 9 0a d 8im ; fuls of o stemmed A ra a od the ring. Mrs.- aruby the and teir rieds.
tS mhm of W.' ^ ^y Sb.- 'W tr d d. wee owed by ty rose, which dd to tle bI t l *ie. e Ueunt t Ow ,beU the mitten The appo ntt i follow:
St in Mr. John The maid of Miss d le tlimble. To be caet captains: Wiliam Kel-
t p 4 i. ftegbe Aen, then two haon, eatred allies y The Orayag wedag will cre- ly Beard, Florida; Clinton M. Shing-
are bAl eie.rls, Miss Mary IDanner matron of honor, the brMide's SIste, ate interest in se-lety circles of PeM-'er, Georgia; N. Wight Cruger, Geor
p-g-yen md M=- OB-i Uextiaba. were fol. Mrs. Thoimas Btremb, Jr., wAh wer a o, USbt. GeJrMy sbelig statlomed ga; Wy. Reid Ware, Jr., Georgia.
A ;lowed by i tw wsmommes. Mr. T. ia sowne of white dI1etois satia A local f-rt, while Mrs. Capt. To be cadet rst lieutenant and ad-
7 1my M M. O tave T. Bea e us -* ar dark5es*or rSi al rle D'ArsCyr Per i a sister,of the atsat: deNry H. Walson, Florida.
*JZS trwa &rSbSSSts rotI entegiant Gallogly amln ber wMde To be eadet first lieutenants: Char-
S.The do ag eltr. Miss Helen Rich, Lieteneant Robbids, e t us Gr lie Stewart Calley, Georgia Clgde Clitf-
A- i"a'--" mheded the mbrideo, who entered from thbe.'i / PERSONAtL MENTION,. t a Taylor, Georgia; J. babriel Zen-
hi5 mae. er- ter, O. J.C. Rich, b etO th i e 0 -1m- degu, Florida; Hugh Boyd Manson.
; B-S m. aet gSmhe o a- s buet m gt the mowe, anw i ... L. Willi" wtoi s today for Moat- lWgia; Richard tearwoed. Tennes
his e there, Mr. Gastoe M baX t ckx a lsles t eaO M ery to attla t hefair. see.
WS --an wer.t1 t tar, wie 'We e aesa w ceremony cereiaoy. The ti wedd g .. To be cadet second lieutenants:
i to w row m leu-im wnih ad hl e de s T Mig Robion of Bagdad is the Charles Glenville Giddings, Georgia;
k the we of r L thLe Btenag tar. guest of Mrs. Richard Lewis. Milford Levy. Florida; Lar Cahn,
Svl e d T e tr e was ra ge Ist Lairs in The bride, twho irE t d aM Florida; James A. Coleman, Jr., Geor-
Sls h re wewis iw df white san, uwith a qantity of wavy bledk s tir Mrs& Joe Glover, of Wrriagtee wa gia.
i hin a hess e, a- high racing a face of cameo~te eaat i the city Vstat yetrdy. To be capte junior lieutenants:
-eT h- meek aml ber the 41frolefre style wori a esmsismte weJmnag gerw U*t o fh Eistel Tarpley, Georgia: James
iat ls."i M o Mithg i tocraxi ec rose Moint a gd duchertm 2 6pe r a, Mr. Whilter iwa tr of New Or- Hichnu n Lee, LouMisiana; Marshall
1t1t- at 7;ll ~ n.a., ~baty. The el tlle which en- hearing foundation. of wl tme aleaw, Is in the city, visiting relatives Noims. Georgia; Walker Weed Lewis,
mi hap v-eloped her wm i tab ht with a spray salie satin. Th emre had n t 1. MHisasiippi; James 8. Shingler, Geor-
o] orange Uscmasd -ast i = n her an m a yoke and long I Osleeves K em -c-w L iatr
she ` s 6bo uet of broedered with pearls la her veM : oitor E i To be cadet er seat major: herod
bride's res ed l lies of the va"llley.f point applique lace was nleld attsd the funeral of Condctor H. Akin. Georgia.
lTMiss LBt i L, e piquant and graceful garlaSd of gr age blISmA1s. Parkei r at Holt yesterday. To be cade quartermaster sergeant:
Y must wear frl pretty ateth bride, w in her armed she carried a immte lear
i. ....I..0 tt y D mr m tr o b 'iet o nf brsi e r e' s ,= I lJsi t0n. scott L L^oflin has returned Elkin 0George Taylor, Georgia.
FOR41S0h'd l ? s let 829 6 k n duf we grewwhite 1eyob,8e fal-iT In a .T A ty an a extended trip tfhrUah the To be cadet first sergeants: Roy
egWYrR the MLBL.'wy. f ptk tim e In grm menM th valley. falling In a case tte rmnent cities of the e rast. L. Ballenger, MNsiippi; James Ver
gL MA!a *r t -*&arry -J a G utwver tf ride'a roses. aihdt ribbon g le --- c tnon Forbes, Alabama; Maynard Board-
meTv ee., me efhw nl e *r/7 M Mla, Meiss her gown. She wore a pi. .3.41 Rev. Percival H. Whaley, who has an Smith, -Georgia.
i i dat. ---. .aieri an- Mie John. e i monds and pa.ls, the gr i... been aent f the city for the To be cadet sergeants: Charles,
... maids,- were al ecoalIt go owned in prt d tr t pst two 'weeks, retired last night. Wm. Blum, Florida; Dave Barney Gol-
nrc oleh ostC a n wp ite W7 wii&h bide's sister., Mrs.l for Mt den, Georgia; Lewis Goldin, Georgia;
m ish to shwer aboseuts of bMdesai's es Pearce, Mis May mann 'P*11 a$ een, tAe lovely little daughter of L. Breeman Beckwith, Florida; Law-
censormted rlaraIl&ay to the plan of Miss Mary LouTse Baiy h d Mr. and Mtors. Max Bear, has been 4O- rnee McKenzie. Georgia; George M.
watbaer at plak and wwte ln telr maeeionably ter of Mrs. Thomas Brauby, Jr., w in n sed to her room for several days, her Stovall, Georgia: Ben L Wlingaam i
-10 w After the srnspy a Rwedding re i oi -of Bagdais A
R S t < e" o w"it. w" the be ad" ^ The Jourf lW D sty rFas onio Feature Bre r,.Gegia; Franci Merram,
--mt *ween paeowerel with ogratu- Geoa; Lefor Wson Cartedge,
t!'W lt a by ft latige limber of guests, Georgia; Benjamin Curry Moreno,
_ho- called, ad a Fliw oC the many Floride: Harry Pruden Cooper, North
Mf -h City of Tls e. ie borke belg beautiful- Ida; Robert Richard Forrester, Geor
.! d .n. i U bWly reImnab-d by their many fried. gi; William Kdwin MeKamy, Geor
tS* e.1S ertalu in the t dtfng-oomv was an gia; Lewis E. Pierce.'Florida.
o f attra ctive svj oft girls, lhe iyog To be cadet cororrals: Doiugh:
*rl.Mi frieads of the. two deghters of the Castleberry Woodward. Georgia: (; eo
1,s ao n4 who were Miss Mooe Overall, Wison West, Georgia: Ben Drew Rob-
rs 'M la MadW' Miss AMes Orton, ins. North Carolina; Ygnacio urnilll
o M I&i-a Tal l Iege, .Miss Carrie Hi- tivs o Rey. Florida; Charles Rawson Tar-
ter, e io pe le D. "bt-".e. Miss V lap "a ver, Georgia; John Howard. Alabama;
oferma d i s a Marie Shatter. Wllie Dicknson, Georgia; Randal
S ... .biquoit pipe a baiket icha with Kaiserine G //--To be cadet lance corporals: Her

6b sWa i erfbride's o Was In the sha of a fr Lawrence Newton. Georgia; Homer
S- eart ad Wa dw d with the val. r Sylvester Derden. Gebrgia: Edwin C
Sft lay lilies, while the s emaer cakes, Strange. Georgia: Thomas Rea. l
f r s s sad basa- all bore the insignia f Strange, Georgia; Robert Cecil Fros
Sthe bridal motif. being adored Georgia; J. P. Thornton. Florida; Jas.
_______ a,___ trill with c arsygaage ins* and or lls- of the rCoviagton Reed, North Carolina; John
vle w ithY4A os" MFrancis Deorwgal, Georgia.
an- Ut bu Is * THe GRAY-GALLOfLY NG IN ATLANTA. |i aWhen you see that kind of a weather
I"s f The Atlatat J Aornl of yesterd-ay J w forecast you know that rheumatism


RECENTClM ES'


IN U.S SH sl

Orders Issued to Officers in
Service by Depart-
ment.

Sclal l T in eumal.
Washington, D. C.. Oct. 22.-The
following orders have been issued to
officers of the United States navy:
Rear Admiral-J. N. Hemphill or-
dered to duty as president of the na-
val examining and retiring board,
Washington, D. C.
Lieutenant Commanders-H. T. Ba-
ker and F. D. Karns, commissions an-
nounced; A. Rust, detached bureau of
equipment and ordered to command
the Hist and duty with the Cape Cruz-
Casilda Expedition; H. H. Caldwell.
detached the Milwaukee and ordered
to the Buffalo as executive and navi-
gator.
Lieutenanit-T. D. Parker detached
the Bu1ffalo and ordered to naval hos-
pital. Las Animas. Colorado, for treat-
ment: B. Y. Rohodes, W. W. Smith.
C. W. Desmore. commissions on-
nounced: F. W. Sterling, detached the
Scorpion and ordered to continue treat-
ment at naval hospital, Philadelphia;
F. Rorshach, ordered to the Missis-
siopi: R. W. Kessler. commissioned
(junior grade).
Ensigns-N. H. Goes detached na-
val station, Cavite. P. I.. and ordered
to the Concord; K. Whiting detached
the Concord and ordered to Cavite
station for duty with submarines; S.
A. Tafflnder detached the Chauncey
and ordered to the Decatur; W. E.
Clarke. detached the Bainbridge and
ordered to the Chauncey; P. P. Black-
burn ordered to continue duty on the
Milwaukee; H. J. French detached the
Milwaukee and ordered to the Navajo;
J. J. Manning and B. S. Greene ap-
pointed.
Midshipmen-C. C. Bassett detach-
ed the Charleston and granted three
months sick leave; K. Donavin de-
tached the Milwaukee and ordered to
the Wyoming; C. C. Clark detached
the St. Louis and ordered to the Wy-
oming.
Medical Inspectors-0. Diehl and J.
D. Gatewood, comnmass8n announced.
Surseona--E. M. Shlwp detached the
Pennsylvania, ordered home and wait
orders; S. G. Eva detachedd naval
hospital, Washington, and .ordered to
the Pennsylvania; C. H. T. Lowades
detached the South Dakota, ordered
home and wait orders.
Passed Assistant Surgeon-P. T.
Desses detached naval hospital, las
Animas. Colorado, ordered home and
wait orders.
Assistant Surgeons-0. ). Hale de-
tached the Idaho and, ordered to the
New Hampshire; M. &E Roe detached
navy recruiting station, Omaha, Neb.,
and ordered to -the Hist; J. A. B. Sin-
clair, G. B. Witmore, R. Cathbertson,
D. H. Noble, appointed.
Passed Assistant Paymaster-J. F.
Kuts, detached Mare Island yard and
ordered to the Wyoming: J. A. Bull
ordered to naval station. Cavite, P. L.;
G. A. Helmicks ordered to the Helena;


DR.*%J. H. MOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Crowa a Bridge Work a Specialty.
Palatm 'W0>ec at Teeth.
.Mved to 810 brmnt S BlidWag.
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Why ivory Soaj o'
any Other, sould a
valuable ins tici& i
hard to explain, but it is
a fact. It has the ad-
vantage of not m
the bshbes "nlsightly as
Bordeaux mixture does.
A prominent nursery-
man and florist writes
that he had used it for
years for an .stopish-
ing variety of insect
pests.-Gwda Mu se
for June '07.
Would you like a cow four boo&
et "-Plat Pots-t-ow to Oerooma
th-rn It os fhe. Tam Psocm a
OBAmaON ClUasMati. Ohio.

Ivory Soap
994i. Per Ceart. PON.


E. D. Stanley, detached the Helea&
and ordered home.
Assistant Paymaster-J. C. Hiltoa,
ordered to the Franklin.
Assistant Naval Constructors--. C. *
Westervelt detached New York yard.
ordered home and granted one month's
leave; W. B. Ferguson. detached PFere
River Shipbuilding Company, ordered
home and granted twenty day's leave.
Chief Boatswains-A. Anderson
placed on retired list: B. Ro.ange or-
dered to the Cleveland: J. J. Roehort
ordered to naval tati n, Olongapo,
P. I., with additional duty o the Mo-
hican and Monadnock; A. Ohmasen de-
tached Norfolk yard and ordered to
Washington, D. C.
Boatswains-T. James detached the
Newark and ordered to duty with Cag
Cruz-Casilda survey expedition; F.
Miller ordered t t the Oeceoa; A. T.
Webb detached Norfolk yard and or-
dered to the Albany.
Chief Guaner-W. Zeitier detahed
the Albany, ordered home aNd wait or-
ders; J. T. Roach detached the Chi-
cago and ordered to the Albany.
Warrant Machinists--0. Johbasonm de-
tached Portsmouth, N. H: yard ad or-
dered to the Birmingham; M. Camey
ordered to p&val station, Gm taaIm
J. W. Cark detached the B-i-SMUM
and ordered to continue treatam~t at
saval orital, Boston Mass.
SA. -W. M.


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What You Want Someoe Else May Have.


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F"pAY MORNING, OCTOBER '23, 1908.


ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY- R-


ADVRTISS IT As. S What You Have Someone Else May Want.


MR. RENT PAYER

Did you read our statement in yester-
day's Journal? If not, you should get
the paper and look it over.

By paying $15.00 per month you will own one of our
attractive $1200.00 homes, with six lots, in the coming
section of the city. By making regular payments you can
do this in 10 years and 10 months, or after a few years we
will make you a loan for balance you owe at usual rate of
interest.

PAYING RENT

10 years and 10 months, at $10.00 per month $1300
10 years and 10 mouths, at $12.50 per month $1625
10 years and 10 moiiths, at $15.00 per month $1950


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__ __Should you contract for one of our 5-room cot-
-- tages with 6 lots, all fenced, at price of .....$ 1200.00
WANTED. WHi PY RENT? Interest, taxes and insurance for 10 years and 10
WA ITw To BUY--A good an s S months ........... .. .............. 746.15
9a0 delivery work. Apply When you can buy a home s ch .ap
a m. aSi and on such easy terms?
$31" cash and $ a month will buy an
SA >--Poolon y.. ady l t home on Jackson street Making total cost ............. .... .$1,946.15
Sfor gmhtM cash. and" amonth.wi. a Assuming you rented for the same leng of time at
,ANrVD-Roonm complete for light&-room d ha 60 house 01mF.ast LHO
tX-pb hb 'o o$ cash. p 'at .roth will buy a either $10.00, $12.50 or $15.00per month, what would one
.t o. .7 ast Intendenc st. 1ct1" cty m. e of t pre tes to.. of our places actually have cost you had you contracted
WAITED--Postlon as bookkeeper. Ac- n the city, on ast Bill, half-block of
curate analytical, also competent cor- car line, all modern, rooms. for it now?
respondent, :mpable of handling. adverths-
t -ALresess.e. y Hrrek e en- l a These houses located nearer in would rent for $12.50
WA4TEM-A amail cash register. Ad- tO $15.00 per month easily.
dieps "'Register,. Care JournaL octl7tft tIerporate.)
WA r-Ption as cirular saw fier. REAL STATE AND SURANCE if you py r t for 10 years and 10
or foremran in first-class mill, cqttin g 4 South Pallex Street.ga if y pay rent for
pie tot v%!Oort. Al references. Addr#er
r,Box :4. ense Ala. 7oetw* ontlis, what w yo have at the end of the time?
WANTED-You to know that the Solo- FOR SALE.
rnmma furniture Company sells blankets.
comforts, bedspreads. rugu an4 lace cur- FOR SAL[-LEAVING THE CITY There was never a more favorable time to make
talets on w-ekly or monthly pan'et. PRMA.V Y WILL SELLAT
_1hone 971 and our salesman will call.
o nFurniture Co.. W. Government LOW z U S OR CASHFIRST- money in Pecdacola real estate than now, whether you
St. I looctim CLASS FURMITURE, ANTIQU e
,t. ~OOCU.. CLASS mvo K ANTIQUK are in the city or out.
WANTRED--Kodak developing and print- WARDROBES. HOUEHOLD GOODS are o
tag at Johanon's Book Store. Sctlm* STWOVE. 'TC. P. STONE, 34 E. .
WANTI~-At the ladss to l know that CHA T. 21 t Are you goilg to be one of those who-let this op-
an be b een at The PartiSan Tailoring FOR SALE--One fine self-feeding heater
Parlors. 7-9 Brent Building. loctim practically new, at a bargain. W. r opportunity slip by and later witness the "other fellow"
........... Mertwether, 112 Tarragon& St. Z2octlw
WA WANT to make your stencils anddouble his money?
keys, andT do aty kind of eectrical or FOR IJWLE--One Je se French Piano. double his money
echal'al repairing. Lloyd & L" roco, good as new. Absolutely faultless. Will
West Romana. Phone 619. 20sept sell cheap. Ca n person or address Box
WANTED-YCUr ','ers for fresh met Samo A. oct2w It's up to you get busy quick. We have two for
and vegetables. ilivered any art of FOLDING SANITARY COT. chairs, gas
a. d.el.o Ma t...... ,.ova, .small heater dresser, washstd. $900 .00 left-$10 per m ,nt
tNo. o. 8. 1lln Co. sept and m22o wMdow side. Apply So E.
WANTED--All k Inds lts OR AL-A ae ae mle n rst a
-saeks. Bring them to us: ship them to FOR SAJLE--FArnm of 1 acres, 10 miles
toa. Telephone us: write to us- Corner from Peppses Price $1500. Address
Gardm, and Aleanis streets. TIel F. L P. 0. Box 32 Pensacola, Fla. L ir&
Fo. 234. r. Mellen & Co. Oset zocrm.
bt*k,. and house with 5 lots on IFast Hll. lassm condition. The Fisher Real Estate
J. N. Andrews, 7 N. alafox St. fsepttf Agency. oct21tf -
Andew.-7N.f ztfAgents, Thiesen uWAing,, second o~r.
*WANTIg--Your shoes tv restr whUle FOR White pool room in good o- A r.
you wat. Half soled li. U smutes. cation; will se at bargain, on easy _
UM Charles. 911 South Palato street. terms Apply T. cNeal 100 W. Zar- .. ..
Pa. sa 51 4and 10L. = wa. c'w "THIS FOR THAT." NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
W f A. R-. 3l4w wass Var FOR AL-.higbt-rooe two-story dwell-
g and hauling. He guarantees a ll Ing modern, corner iot, 75x90. Fine
eaMkae. Furniture packed or sda- location, near car and business section. LOST-Money. time and patience b not NOTICE OP REMOVAL-I have lease
ast.o L Would sell at 4actrce to make quick sale. takin advantage of The Jourale the store, No. 101 North Palafox St.
S' --423 East Cervantes. Phone 264. 31octlw* Want Ads. They always bring rsulta for 3 years. I shall be glad to see all my
And they are not expensive, old friends and ma new ones there
SLOST. FOR SALE-Lot fine hens. Incubator and Yours for business. N. Adrews.
...... portable hen house; horse, buggy, cow FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A good ,__
LIOST-Two leather pocketbooks strap- and two heifers: also tent and boat. ee room house with all modern conwenIebt- -P R O
p together with rubber. Find wl Van Winkle, East Jackson street, on ee close In and close to three PERSONAL.
eS return same to 506 West Belmont Bayou. OIuctlWS1 DaW.6lehangt fordcni-S WtU propSar Y.
obt and rece#Ve reward. R. W. Waters. ay. 9 Fast Garden street. 2"M
treet and recetVe reward. W. t OR AL- solid old case Howard you think t is In THE HOUSEWIFB, whose cook lef
movement stem set. 15-jewel watch I you think it to time to "tarn Ie*e" without notice is wise, she will place ar
OR STOLEN-On Monday or Tues- Worth 2M5. For quicksale .oa l bought a ya put ad. in these columns for another and thus
y. October 6th or th, one red Irish casm. W.L. Mowgan, Jr., No. 27 South Sn in theo eolumns end all the trouble at oc.-
r d, named Mike. supposed to Palatox street, or at Gibbs, Qulgley & Em -
have been taken from DeFunbak to Pen- Margan. 20actlw*
ess- oan the train about te date a&ev
Twenty dollars reward will FOR A da ry. C cows. horea,
pa f tor his return to me at Marl-a w I bgy. TradV" est -
P l Win H. Pricee. ooteUtf W SItJ mr oth. Price
F VaWFkl Nast Jackson street, on
O POINTER DOGO. near pyB sea. Boas Texar. lSoctw*
One white, with liver spots, very o .
am AI 4 had on round leather oselar. *RO. *AI -~ of hore at Bayou
t soild red, fat and bas wast en top GraInm. 5 roams, unt June, 1909, $12.5
sbejk. Just above tall. Reward fo r math. Apply to William Packham.
StW. W. Marti, at i fA. Isoctlw*
Oa stables. 1M W. InteadenaeL


B. ...I. IPOXR AUB--One Pay-Shoales Typewriter,.
EDUCATIONAL. mSAL .O AUI Bo e .oe
PUmL CONSERVATORY COURSE. Nor- POR 8AT aats. comforts, bed-
"OIL Method. T*eoIy* P011100- rusa"lace murtaias. Weekly
students l for tveachig o r jyamnts. Phone 971 and our
awaed Phone 667. Madamen. slp wsi calL Solomon Furniture
S .Huall. lectm W. Government St. leoetim
MR. WILLIAM PACKHAM. M. BUse. FOR SAOEI-Timbered lands in large or
fmait, and choirmaster of Chrst sM tracts. Southern Real Estate and
teaches thie Piano (StutgarIt investment Co.. Flomaton, Ala. ect~tf
*-- ini. g (PMI throat nalea
!M-d, organ and thor( Includ LAUNCH2S% feet long. 44-Inch beam 7
1 1 octlmn hour. Apply A. A. Wrighton. C W. Ro-
anas street. sept3tt f
M-- MAR ARET MACLAY wfi
bar idrate at 1te W t5n FOR SAL--A Rae 2-story house with all
tret M Oc the 5th. Phon cooenlces, onEast Hill. one
y 27aetl block from ear line and on a corner fac-
Ingasoeth and east. Large lot, $3W00.
OTvEL. ... o"i SALE-Be-auttu home on Bayou
HOTELS. Ch. the Improvements fc.tn more
nowMa ^ than the isale price, at $400.
i m-*l__ -5 m" ol atiM i t A 5-room house and 5 lots on East Hill,
9"slthesmatOweeaPa S A S-rosm house and 3 lots on West Gar-
a1 avowy a"e am i0avemt f den, $126.
g4-1- A $-room house, corner lot. N. Spring
W R DUORT--The "04 Mli" Iannt. dt Close tn., $2300.
shrtS, lnutsrdeo ed ]NMI"Ina A5-room 1ous andt lots on North
SLe? ca. linMe, will o ort Ane lot on the corner of Chase and
tAll m odlrn DeIXllir streets, at 12000.
-i llie Taylor. 'V"d 3i* Cottage on w. Government St.. $120.
ta. P%. Fl. tPhone 2U. 2ept Cottage on Little Bayou at $1500.
soI tor en t -or m- oSome business property on Palafox,
ean T watyoua ave.Use s Garden. Baylen and Intendencla Sts. Prt-
=h It I& Ii inMe asrumars want ce a request.
StnAlso some farms for sal..
JOHN N. DAY. 6 East Garden St.
Alabama shouNld cara'1 s0al ad BEAD COLA -tt novelty out;
pSo Tuhmn. The cost onpt. in colors white, blue and amber,
7umeat toan.recelpt of fty
fheath 18W 11111110s lowCents. 0I. Box
No. 7. _
FOR AL O S ottage
ags ma e sero land. o extending
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tlEb t 'c a Fopy. Full et lustratone ai. Tm I-.- per month. a a
ulos ew st thing to send to lot, Pa ie tl shade trees.
Aoml-toO Tlea reedy fer LtT utter Mpt
ad n o-Asa M F SALE-|N.

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$100.00
Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water,
sanitary connections, 9-
foot front and side gal-
lery. South front. Large
lot. The balance like
rent. Don't slave for
your landlord.
5 lots on 16th ave-
nue car line, the
cheapest property
in this section $1100


A Few Bargains In Real Estate

$8000.
Lars ot and l provements, e West Garden street, near Palafox. A
very fne Investment and a bargain.
$12J.0 Per Acre.
Far 36 acres of god land, about 4 miUhs from WhC OWy and COnvnilint to
schools andmleu oh.
$4850.
Two-story delsNin on North HIM, * .lag. 0 rns. Ball, bath, et,
large lot. One-lf black from North Hill car lina. A bargain.
Special Mentdon.
We are offering, far quik mle, large brick building, all rented. Very
imr the business eMner. Particulars, terms, etc. gladly furnished to bena.




HOOTON & WATSON,
"*H RENTAL AGIATS."
LADING REAL RSTATL RENTAL AND INURAIVCE AGENTS.
No. 7. South aPab t Phone No. 54.


A Buyer for Your Real Estate

There are many ways to sell real estate.
You may try any of the known methods-t-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 mam with $3,000.
He wants a h of a certain desctiptioa and locAtkio.
He tells you So in a Journal Want Ad. cohluiu.
'If you have what lae wants you have a good chance to interest him.
Knowing the buyer's wants makes it easy to sell real state of any description.
You should read them every day.


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


PROFESSIONAl.

Dr. Chas. W. Fain,
Dentist.
Charges Moderate.
Office, Masonic Bldg, Next to Dr. Welch's
T. G. YATES. M. D.
Optiown.
410 Blount Building.
Twnty ea ex rlence as an Eye
%wEam=ltle free
DR. J. B. TILLER,
DENTIST.
210 Bleunt Bulldinm Phone L.

SECRET SOCIXT IES.
VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
Voluintevr Veteran Firemen's Associa-
tious meets at Knights of Columbus
!la!l the first Friday In each month.
1 J .N. ANDREWS,
ABE DANIELS. President.
Secretary.
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH.
Naomi Lodge Me. 10, OasEugheters of
Rebekah meets Monday night at
$ o'lock at 0. F. halL VlsIting
sisters cordially In~vtd to be present.
REBECCA JO SN,1. N. G.
POLLY DARLINGTON.
Secretary.
SF. d A. M.
Special ee unieation of Es-
cambia Lodge No. 16. F. &. A.
tM, Fry, October 23. at 7:20
o'eteX. Wert In the F. C. de-
gree. Vistftg brethren frater-
naly tInvitd.
W.. w. WATSON.
E J. SUGOH. W. .

FOUND.


FOU D-The right eplae to buy blankets,
ctmfortsz be4mswads. rugs and la,.e cur-
tains on weekly or- month-- l->ayrmnts.
Call phone 971 and our salesman will call.
Bolomei sFurltte Co., W. Intendencia St.
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FURNISHED ROOMS by the day. week
or month. Apply No. 3 N. Palafoex St.
I sectime
TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS for
light housekeeping. Apply 614 E. Jack-
son street 7oetlm5
FOR RENT-Rooms suitable for light
houselee-ping. Apply corner Cervantes
and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. ectim
FOR RENT-Two completely furnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeepig.
Use' of gas. bath and phone. Apply in
mornings. Phone 1226. 2octlot
FOR SALE ADS. always bring results.
Why don't you try The Journal's Want
Ads.? They are doing wonderful things
for other people and why not you?
Vf\ *rP r.-k _H[j s |h w --lm k.^


front room, southern and eastern ex-
posure. phone and bath, to desirable
party. north Hill. Private family. Ad-
dress BoRx 74. tSaug

Florida and Alabama
LAND COMPANY
Manufacturers st
aud Dealers tm
LUMBER. AweD CYPRE HIM
OLES A40 KILN-DRIED SAP.

CREW NOTICE
A Nelflner the Captain. OWn, s
w,r Consignees of the Nor. bk.
RFenmorstrant, will be resm-
S"lble for debts contracts, if
the Crew of said vessl.
E. ROSTRUIP,
KEYSER-MULDON CO.. Capti,
CREW NOTIC I.
Abr Neithpr the Captain,
1 or Consignees o
roue Fratell. wiln f
Sed by the C fw s---j
veseL. F.O
TO ORDER.
CREW NOTICEI.

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Jn0. W. Bullock, Jr, I Will Build a H use FOR RENT.
I 34 60Thi Bui iFOR .i-T-A furnished cottage of four
To suit you and sell it on ss Taylor. 0oct
Ceasy payment plan on tWO POR RENT-House at Bayou Grande. 5
lots on corner of 18th Avenue large rooms, at $12.50 per month. Ap-
N-cEY rTO LOANer O py to William Packham, Pensacola. Fl.
MONSY TO LOAN. and Gadqen street. Take a lsocuw.
w E ave $1606,0.0 in gu=anteed. first look at the lots and ring me FOR RENT
clang 8 per cent mortgages on city real Stores
estate' n any unt from $100.00 up. up Monday. eLuna Street .................... 3.o
You 1=1v wored1r your money, now let 309 E. Intendeueia Street .........$ .00
it for he-Fisher Rea Estate This is your chance. 06 g. Tarragona Street .......... $10.00
Agwnw 0682 Palafox Street-. a10-. 120 S. Tarragona Street ...........$12.00
13 W. Romans Street ..............a.3.0>
Are you getting 3 per cent- net for J e W flulUAs I W N. Pals fomnstreet .............$4(0.00
9ull Jro e7eN. Palafox street .............. $40.00
Ybur money? If not. you don't get a Dg WStore n.ear Pala toxa t
thaI st "comndos to-,you." We can place it Hu Boardi fses--
n first mortgages-on Improved city po National Hotel, 19 rooms ......... 0.00
rty. How tmuch does It pa you l u Phone 60 The.en Bldg. E. Wright Street .............$2..0.
doing nothing? LesieM E Brooks%. 12 & Owetlln-
1401 N. 8th Avenue ......................1.00
1800 N. Palafox Street ............S15.00
MONY WAl ED on n K- HELP WANTED. Nor0 E t eo treetr .............0z2.
oal ropenrt abort notice. 1=e7A4 W orrao3 rm Sstreet .........1so.0
msL. t.lotSe ol .. eas WANTED--Small colored boy. Imperial 207 X. Reus Street ................ 5.a0
Miss. . mBry 0.. 2 W. nu Cigar Store, Aobby Brent Building. 1211 E. Cervantes Street .......... .ILS0
22oct 15th Avenue and 13tb Street .... .0
MONEY LOANED, on rr etate and Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street.. 16.00
pl l t. In the city of P WANTED-An experienced cook to live 208 E. Intendenla Street .........20.00
saola a onrt 2ote. Trma eay. J. on premises. Apply Southwest corner 613 E. Government Street ........ 15.Ie
W. Bullnl. a t eth Pl stree. Blount street and E Lh avenue. oct1tf 1307 E. Strong St. ...............aL60
h eIl 14 1013 E. Strong Street ...*......... 15.00
WANTED-A first-clasa look. Good Large 10-room house at Fisherville.
S.. -- salary. Apply 229 N. Spring street. with electric lights, bath. hot and-cold
ia er lT A To Tl4oct2w water; can be rented furnished or unfur-
MTSC T ANEOUS. nished, 2 servant houses In yard;: 2 blocks
S WANTED-An experienced solicitor to from car line.
CUT F- 0WW --Orders taken for all oc- sell blankets comforts, bedspreads. Ofacae--
casions, particularly orweddings rus, ad lace curtains, on weekly or Cr. Romana and Palafox Stu., two olM-
an oma, rtia f e spt andmonthlye iente Sotia eFurniture
funerals. Miss Leila C. Reese, 518 N. month Itallen. Somo nurture ce upstairs.
BaytEn. Phone 282- t* ct Co., W. ove-nment St. loctlm e Fisher Real Estate
IF YOU WANTED a nice carriage and vaers to handle useful household arsti- Agency.
.natch horses for a wedding or to go cle. Good money: sells at sight. Apply "THE RENT COLKCTOSR."
calling, where would you go to get them? 310 E. GovOMinIAt St. 4oct P rhe s r.
To Pensacola Livery Stable, or ring
Phone 23. octlStf UNCLE SAM wants Mail Carriers and PARTIES out of a ob saouMl try The
Postoffice Clerks. Examinations here Journal's Want Columns. The cost-0
J. YOUNG w1l repair your umbrella. November 18. Examinations for Railway small and results almost certain. At any
Make It good as new. Charges moderM- MailT.lerk, stoms.a 3 and Clerks rate they ae worthy, tr., for you have
ate. Tar ona, between Garden Washington coming. to1 yearly. a to n and nothing tolose.
and Romana StS. 2stept Common eductoaon su iclien t. Trera-
tior. free. Write. Franklin sutute yOU HAVE anything for rent why not
NOTIC-I will not be. responsible for Rochester N. Y. octim* advertise It in these columns? very.
debts contracted by Savine Le Poide- one I sure to seeI t.
vant or anyone qlue. M] G. LePoldevant. **o.@1htr e @*t@an ta h O ae
T4septlm- F A Rwarehouse with private sidetrack.
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW money; t LIVE STOCK Wtor at GlardenD O.. O me P aB
or It you would like to lend some at a A N a T n D to N f i seach. poo
good rate of Interest on gilt-edged se- AND POULTRY 7 S outh Wh*r PAlta.. p.,ps oo roosm
curity, try The Journal's Want Columns. t
It Is the quickest. easiest and cheapest *,- -' OwIe-mo S re. Gadsden d 6th avenue.8t10t
way.010vu11r4-18 South Tarragona St.. S.
S.CONKEY'S ROUP CURE will cure your 119 Baylen. $20.00.
A. IL Mle TOD & CO.. Safinake.rs-Cn- wheezing, swollen-headed fowls. F. S. Fishervile, modern. $17.ML
vass from 14-Inch t 9-Inch, of all Mellen & Co., Phone 334. octl7 11i W. Romansa. $15.00.
weights. LarLge supply of Awning Goods. 1009 Strong St., $15.00.
Tents. Cots. Hammos. etc.. always In FOR SAJE--One good Jersey Cow with 7 E. Romana. 42b.00.
stock. 706 Soutlh, Palafox. 1ang young calf. Apply T. Welles. 14oct 126 East Chase. $12.50.
2200 N. Spring. $10.00.
MERCHANTS TRANFEIg CO., Ther. B. EGGS are Eggs) Conkey's Laying Tonic 122 N_. 7th. $12-66.
TJroen. Prop.. solcits all kinds of EGGS are Eggs) its effective. 710 West Main. 32.86.
Imon and hauling. Furniture packed F. S. MELLEN & CO.. Phone No. 224. 1201 W. lntendenela, $1.0.
* phose 78. Depot phone 704. 21Jnetf FOR SALE-Bayview Park Poultry yards. Mast Gardome .
Cor. 14th street and 20th avenue, have __ _
YOU ARE JUDGED by your printing. Black Minocras, Barred Plymoathrocks,.
It costs no more to have the best. Have pure bred cockreis and eggs for sale. W. B A A R M
It done at the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W. T. Tracy. octltf AND ROOM
Government.
PEOPLE are finding out every day that O NW fnTh wh
JNO. A. BERG-Maero slstents. The Journal s Want Columns are all TWO NWLY fur ita shdAp rooms, witlt
awnings, tarpaulins, dray covers. Agent that Is claimed for them. Why b rtatrytAheani street, p Soctpme
SCarenter's Perfected .Awning, oly r- them and get what you want?A street. Ioctm
fect roler window awning made. lo TO CATTLE OWNRS-! have a pure THREE NEWLY furnished rooms with
Jefferson street. bred Jersey bull for service. Rates kitchen and bath room attached. Ap-
S in advance. Roger Owsley. corner 9th ply 216 S. Alcaniz St. I-octlm'
avenue and 24th sa t ety. 2ROOMS FOR RENT-.-:ertrally located.
FOR SALA--Two good msule. Leslie E. Good neighborhood. 18 RL Garden St.8
Brooks. 3octlm 17octlm
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM-
R y Also rooms for light housekeeping at,
k' I" I, II F~sFiherville on the beach. Terms reaon-,
D IR E C- able.] Mrs. C J. Allen, Phone 1I3.
S,- ioctltm*


$1625


For an attractive Cot.
tage with all modern im-
provements, on N. W.
Cor. of DeSoto street
and 10th avenue., terms,
$25.00 down and $20.00
a month.
Call and see our list
of property.


THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
"THE RENT COLLECTORS"
REAL ESTATE. RENTS and LOANS
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li il* I T/Z._O= __"" ]S tax il rela ,ti Ato the- -- -
erwaetal tax

S Jto a lo s w *Pon the lotbs ie NOTICE O SALEm.a The Dur
ren after the esetimet of the lw Under and by fIrtue or orders made
eresting the Hea. bat before the a- by the District Court of the United States
1 provementsa- the Mevalmk were fo teSouth ern of the X Ic
a -e Di.tziet a Alabam., sad of the Ditrct.
S Court of the United States for the North-
11. Where a ,,-pieID-Uty has a mDis.ict of Florida. both sitting.i.
RThe*weaer man tells us that bakr-tpcy rwll*; t o e ? [FuU
-", ; I Vtatut-- any orty righae t to taken subeqnet pperty t. r the Bonham Legauberl hoe s
&C I i .... . ..u ....,.....to tae statute i jept thereto, sanad nnpoperty of Be m the church. etc..
where the Improueats are made Floria. The- property inc lude sawnmi ther Sighting ag
the lien of the city under the statute easine boilers, pulleys, parts. fittings,
UU-E.. -__ _. -- | Issuperior to Qe U ,ort ]Me l fien u, mill shed, shantes. small stk M.rchat and
Syou Mer iha a e going to tell you store news to tfomi-"*ay heh @, ."" .
L. A. Hendry, for appelfde. ing timber and timber leases. Property amount o o
-6 will be od freed of all liens, mortgagee mon,.
Sa a m oi seasonable merchandise who ... ..... n ba S lfor-ab .out
^Ts-" ,]nds a'; r o a" ,ui .- In the Supreme Court Of Florida, public outcry to highest bidder for cash. G


P a a n"tifn1 vs. W. L. Peeple, deundersigned at Dotan PA CE. Phne 14 24and27
S?* Trustee In Bankruptcy of Estate of Bon-
Hocker. J. E. Section 2871, of the ham Lumber Co. Isoctlet
(Jay I ~y ^ 1* ICl\7 B iGeneral Statutes ot 1906. provide a th oi nn
a yquired by the state shall be main- Xotice is hereby given that, In accord-
Stalned by the companies, person or deed of trust made by the Pensacola
'. . "persons Ojping or operating railroads, Country Club Company to R. M. Bushnell, i
and kept in good repair, ei that they T;rustetthe" flowing second mort e
AVB. I -* bonds tho Pensacola Country Cub
iE^ ~l ,W m- i~ ~.a -- .. riall at all times be suitable and comp.y numbered 19. 29. 38. 66 and 73.
. -~ ; ; : y i -- n l ] ulS~ sufficient to prevent the intrusion of have teen drawn and will be redeemed
Sly opy n h nd mens cattle, horses hogs or other u o pS=ntat.1onto the First National
S- iO better typography, mesuc uve stock pon the tracks P Rdate all i
"fv 'l" Lylr T aphy, of such railroads. And section 2869 the said bonds -case. s.I
SI I EVERY THING provides that a railroad company PENSACOLA COUNTRY CL(B CO..,
Rs .hall provide proper stock guards and Ol R RG. .BUSHNELL,,
crossing; and when these provisions o-to-w.w. -secretary.
- - _x i -- -- are not compiled with and cattle in- PROPOSALS WANTED. Your roserit dates from th
ow th n-M r. M erhant--BE GO trude upo a railroad track because For clearing the r ty prosp y esat the north-
-- -,*-* o, h.._, __o t,-_O _.-west earner of alatox and Garn
pan le to owthe nheir feet osa a tPaf ob H ave you started on the road to
I I... ..v.... Value. to the contractor. Work to be com- .
BB^::- "* '- '-~"* 2 When a road bridge over a rail- menaced about December ti and ground not Oen a SaV s aCCOUnt-wta
Wro a d b o r a -- ,- to b e c le a re d in tw e n ty d a y s:; su c e ss u l
ilI on irloi ad track has been burnt and the bidder will be required to yve bond or.
SHilroad company a made another satisfactory assurance of abity to carry add to it regu ly. We will add
c BiB!l/lover itstrack, butJUNnot out the contract.Bids wtobeopene pd- -
S*- the ro"a overseer whose cattle to reject any or all bids. p.und..
have been killed near the crossing on F. F. BINGsHAM.
SU PRE M E CO URlthe track by the engines and cars of ctlwk rtar Pensacoa Hote o. era
the r ilroad I. not shown to be guilty
GOH Eof contributory ggente because he MASTER'S SALE.
cut the wires the railroad fence In By virtue of a decree of foreclosure
-l" tatm the b'bll might have a- rendered b the lion. J. Emmet Wolfe
a111o tact .t..e -broinI when I. a Judge of t.e Circuit Court of Escambi
approach to t -_o__ U whaen i|t isCounty. Florkia. on the 13th day of JulI
Some of Those Who Were Recent Decisions'of Interest shown that the fencewasw oat of repir A. D. 19. In tae case of B. Miles Jr.
U LHU LostbyStretHandedin several places near the scene athe E. D. Redfroe and his wife, Rebecca Ren- irST a
Lost by Wall Street Handed Down by Florida killing of the cattle, and t is not and the cae ofBas d Coman
Ss w~-~bW that they went On tae track a corporation, vs. E. D. Renfroe and wife.
*&: ---, . ... Gmh, T,-f,.. whee the wire was cut by the over. both of which cases are consolidated in Of Pensagola, For
k= sIa Uiig. JI. seer. the said decree. I will on Monday, the
2nd day of November, A. D. 1908. sell at Designated Deo to of the
_______SK- --" .,a~aMM^^ L~l **- 3,. Where It is not clear that a ques- public outcry for cash. to the highest bid- 1:.uat.. De ...y o the
reliab le. tell---------the .S. o ti was calcuated to elicit mere der. during the legal hours of sale. in M. Kndw.t. eet. K. Hor. Jr Vsi
Lw Wm-. 03"One very reliable authority tells In the Supreme Court of Flordafront of the County Court Houet door. n T .f emt. Ass. C i. W. N. leb
B-a" IWLc nu of- A ay --- -- -".. a r r_ ,. a witness, and tie testi- the City of Pensacola. Escambla Countyi .. -, M.-...
..me that th e panic loMsses of atyear Division A., June Tertm A. D., 106, M y In repoanse was proper and not Florida, the following described real Dh0- .-. C -. W A. -.-,M-. W H KM
were ore than a hundred millions. Lee County T. M. Lybas, aOpellant, objected to In any way, no reversible estate situated. lying and being. I. nM
S. .d that in twenty-ive years no less vs. The Town of Fort Myers, appel- error is shown in perimittm the Countof Escanbla," State of Florida, to."
", tog ,iaupon left for St. An- tuha two and a alf billions were lee. rstion obe .-wi pe.l the wit e northeast quarter of the north-
-. towing-two e-pt. Uanero in Stk of. J1.W question to be asked. west quarter, maid land being and
.o atow, toinag two empty? squandered in stock gabIng. This, of Whitfield, J. 1. Where a decree 4. Where a question was propound. In the northwest quarter of Section
H Ifp l course, is no spe than a guess. The pro confesso entered by the clerk ed to the defendant's witness, tend- in Township ve north of Range Thirty- .
S-real -am may" be twice as large. Wall under the rule states that serve_ was Iug to elicit his opinion of the value Flora, west nd also forty achassee eIn the e
1 ,Ai* n J s teamshi"p -V l st S reet Is so dark and pathless that no had on each of two named dafeadants of cattle killed by a railroad com.- half of the southwest quarter of Section -
.has I~et re New Yok sand dock one, ap to the present time, has ever "by due course of publicatips ap pany, whkic qumstlon -was not per. Thirty-Four.of Township Six, North of MO
a 2 S SrS wharf to md asay eet censuof its gains and posting a copy of the ordr of pbl- mtted on objection- of the plaintiff, nere scribednbeingethe North Forty
., -- --- l s |a.-o, says Hrerert N. Casson i cation at the co0rt noue door as a- but It appear from thb evidence that Acres, making a total of Eighty Acres,I y ___
,. __ a amuc-nFeded article, "The Wall pear from the certificate at the clerk the defendant did afterwards obtala more or less. Together with the m- I n Pr I AH
ST[Ivl &p V1Wir arStreet Nxanc" "But the uewspa- of the circuit court and the #dalfit from the witness a substantial an- provements taereon and tehe redito -
Sd at s have shade a more r less ve- of the publisher er e" wer to e qeton, no reversible longing. appurtenances thereunto be
VS -rSt raclous list of a few of the most dis- the certificate of the clerk, repaired error Is shown. Deed at cost of purchaser.
S. .. tinguished victims of WaUstreet spec by the statute to be flied before de Charges git by the court are to C. LANEY, and women in this city today who
-* : ,. Is rk aV.arom, Frata,-l ~latiaon since 19W: crees pro confeso is entered, states be considered as a whole, and where oct2oaw4w SpecIal Mat. wages, but do not realize any benefit
to Perd whart toLouls IJ paa ookkeeper .$ 200,000 that the order xiving notice was pub- the charges thus considered state In E cambia County Circuit Court. State cause it is spent in small amounts for
.-.. .-8?(lf Win. T. Walter, New Britain 00,000 Itshed as required bX the jtatate, substantially the ,provisions of our of Florida. In Chancery-Annie Ewing Vs moment, rather than pot aside to be
Frank K. Hipple, President "and a copy thereof was posted at statues in regard to the killing of cat- day. the 7thda of Dl mber. A. D. 8 month for a lasting comfort
lg were brought Real Estate Trw.t Company, the court house in iR being tie by railroAdAthere Is no reversi- the defendant,. Wade Erving, is required
St B eesi0 p V0 Ivni a Ph laelpls.- ..... ...j..; 7,000,000 the place where the court is being ble error shown. to appear to the bill filed atain l. I Saving is the fotldatimta weait
t 4, m -I-ver 01lipr e 3saker", a --_Ald in ii said county, and a copy tbere- 6. Ia an action by a Splaitiff hr weeT or o dt -) berps tls he one aing In the American tl et th
G015 :Ceach week for eight (8) onsecutive week in th Aecn a th
S.-. A-... -. ley. Ala. .................. 40.000 of Imaled to H. and L" V s required against a railroad company for the in The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper ,
.. _-. E. Smith. County Treasurer, by the statute it mat be ue e value of cattle alleged to have been ebli*he in said Eseamba County. A. *
S.Co ay has Akron, 6: ,.......... 232.00 that the copy of the older was posted killed by the letter, and a plea of M ctuielan,- Cler rcu PsacoulFla.By
Sfls!eN l no Mat of Jos. A. Taumey, hanker .... 34,000 at the court house door. and tiadt k contributor neglitence Is filed by lst., Ims. octloaw
i ,U||J y- y--ijfM' P.. IR. Gren ..'.....;....... 300,000 copy thereof was Malel by thoe lerka the defendant company, tie burden . AIrlll i I I
4,O>a. tarsh, AmI T. -Lee Clrke .. ........ 100,000 to each of the defendants, a in of proof to establish sck a plea by hereby given that a Oceeting of th e sto
6 2 I BSl da., .No.mbr. N. C. Doul erty, Superintend- the ab-ence from the trnrt of a preponderance of the evidence is holders of thePensaola Hol Comny -
V la -n' po t; eat of reh; ra .... 260, th aM vit of the imb er rafer- upon such defenant company, will be held at the Chamber of Commerce I' ' M -
Sr. Paeier, banker ..... 40.000 red to in the decree o eefte-e, it Judgment afln a. In the City of Pensacola. Florida, on the
SI- A steamer No nuk 0. eow, President rs.t be assumed that publiction Doggett & Smith and M. F. Hornet, i d f a
... rst tmaU Bank. Mil- wa properly made so a to give the for Plainttf In Brror: Roberson, proposition to issue netiable bonds to
.r V IVA i-lr a, In port; Tere- ,Awaikee, ............. 1,450,000 court jurisdiction to enforce a lea Small & Stephens. for Defendant in an amount not exceeding Two Hundred
S.1.1. rt; T PMr N. J. ........... 150,000 .as. i.tet1. -- e of the property of the Company, and
S -*- .... W Kar, Smithsonian In- n.lA deeree co tesso Is en- In the Supreme Court of Florida, for the purpose of transacting such other
S..J 16 '* *steamer, e-nd of Oc- utitution ................. 50,000 terlaed against a defendant in an Division A. June Term, A. D. 1908., i Ines. as may e K.mebefore.the meet- ensaCOla &5k11
S....... In a Paul 0.Samla. banker .. 100.0 eity sotOnly welltn ter has been Marlon County., BlIver Springs and i F. BINGHAM, lst Vicl-Prdent. .
>: ^llWl*, art lport. Dis -1 J. mith, tax collector oft proper service of process or tAs eqal- Western Railroad Company, a Cor. Secretary. -. 1
.. Jtot, Neov. 190. San raaelscao ........... 1 0,000 valest in waiver or aippernmace, &and a portion. Herbert LI Anderson and oct2-wtwr Sp ,M-
S ort. H. Cutttl, bank president 112,000 failure to plead answer or dea r to isabeth Baker Anderson, Appel- In Escambia County Circuit Court, T. A. JENNIN
VV S L Wg--rko Nov. 10. 8. 9F. Smith, ex-Wayor of Dalv.- t of co mpalat as required by laats vs. Prances Howse Koonce, by State of Floridla. In Chancery-Adeal Ad- ....
VI _g t .m aSnd Chaatenay- enpot la.... ; ............. 150,000 la and the rules of practice. her next friend and Solicitor, J. C. B. kins, b'.her next best friend, Oscar Boy-
pW. H Hata fiancal agent38, Upon the proper entry of a Koonee, Appllee. ett, vs 1w Adkinm. On Monday, the
r tie--Tesa, Nov. 2. G. A. Rose. C6er oa Cleve- ... pomeo.te deieenat by Cockrell. J. 1. The Circuit Court fedant, Wi inam Adkns. is requred to D DICTO .
--a l -and Prodce hxrofhag Ce 170. 000 .fa i,, t P to paIs held to ave- ad- a te power to vacate a dismissal appear to the bill filed against him here- ,... .
Tlae Bretis stemaship E. O. Salt- Arno ank e'sh'r emitted the allegatima < te O oft a bill as to some of the defen- In. This order to be published each week .
ia rit sh- t"e Namhian- bar Wet d... A ro dw n. bunk ..s...r.. 15.000 the fair Inferences ad meleslen ,, dents, after the lapse of thirty tays fo ou ( o e v w in T ... T .. WOeSr.-
p aseh negy narerdag ."m. B. Dew antale.... 1,000 a to be drawn fn the lle- It apearlg ttst the dismissal was in said Escambhi County. J. a,. *"..g..
SA s. John A. ott *ife Insurance 25,000 a t.he bill of ea- or fiure to set_,own or repli to a "A US- L L -. ayo.

Arriveu. l 1 9 W -Lchriew r, baik cashier 106,000 rpAht eo decre -p notice eof a paants had in- by.c Safety at their o D.ee at the city
.. Cum .ma.rer a-- -.S. Afwt t tros. Prachr"t c cm .i' Iadvt to pr-aod the preseaeetf t he Hall *p to e:30 o'clock p. m.. Octo10r 278
"i3Y p '!S1a_ ^ .. *,*, t tI...... AnT de r-a wde-riee. calatwt a- eh ae w suppressed from the i o towIthe -i
TNs with a t t Hae fr el s 23oct clerk Board tPubec pr e gTIs NAT
' G ulf C O B o c lly. . . --,.. . .----..;,00 4 1 c x P rt e a ten Iaf u oe u p o to w l al fSo ul.d a t n f or th e D I D SA N T E D



T" uO. o. J.' "Ae_ eaer..... o. .e a defee, hut It not w AOe a ENEe., BAKw N"

--- as, Witum er, 1633um, for the -ee cmf ocmfthe.r treroma or as to provisions Orprioc_ a Ulg OCounty, The S tate of 6 for pe the saile on nIe. will be received e




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,WtgSe! t to ame Keyar-Mul. j dance with such alegatdons a may Per irtan. -In -*acl b* Propee f4athe Constructon
assigned" as enr0. 6 and Perw Cnr6am.1nAan tio bright of Cotwr.e efL pau Fbomdation for
4V.COl- a proper appeal b m thitha ted 4 aA a railro4 EM ila jjrYF to seV-*y Park Commissloners reserve Plreuidemt. tSOot. Casb 2
Si A Merritt Co. endant against whom a decree pro a penty Imposed by uch Com. the iht to reject any or all bids.
s r a., Witten. 16M The ,wingreportI- s amed y, confesao was entered. . salst tCe defeat for ScSieations and blank forms of pro-
St o the Keyer-Musa Co. 0. B. Cotte m .erdants. Pencola. Fla. 7. In rendering a decree eon et violation of a rule of such Com- pa eA IOe P at
s -femt r a, I Redlna 2 48, God maiddngt ..................... 91-1 upon a decree pro oafeft the court mi ers. in retfasrtfg to trna Srt Stertc Trant co. n i., ................1.... 5-1 should take care that so -eru e fs e ll it o5red to defsnt ft
R, peo a, 1916, Car- Strict low middling .............. 9-1 law or of procedure be itta. patatJon, where both the declaration i
g Jf tiW.'ttlelr-uryr. --If a decree is entered that in -wole and the order of suca Commisaloners. M. A. BAKER & CO. .enl SaCOl J
u.eoro, Paersa-' 2773, NAVAL STORES. or i part is not warranted by the which attached to and made a part Tpt St
ti t Co. Savannah. Oct. 2--The following law or by the allegations and pay- thereof., fail to set forth or allege tire T r mDIRECTORS
1ap-are the naval stores. quotations: er of the bill of complaint, -or by the point of destination to wiich the de- P Fl
S.t a fip. Araaea, 990, G W...............................6. rules of procedure., sch decree be- fendant refuse to transport the of- s J HOOTON, s rM. AT Lt J. Vt
sh Mto A. setl. WG..::......................6 ;:: so Ing erroneous may be assigned as feared freight. or even that -uch point MANUFACTL'RERI 1. _. mcwH v r & L.3.,
~IA"" ft A. hlp t63?IN------------------- ?
S p, Backer. X M .................................. error and reversed upon proper ap- of destination was within the State, W. A. D h5 "
S ~rP.Backer.X3 ........................... 8. All private rights and Intresi a d emurrer ther.to. _,. 0 Mn
3 w ,* At I f K ...... ........................ peal. no error Is committed in sustaining aC m-
-... ........................................
All............................... 8 Ai private rights and AaterestQin a demarrer t3ero sA C_
ReasM twe=t, rbk, Bastrop. 160I (1 : 7 real property in a munW.Manty are Judrmeat aSrm*d .
Swl A.. rX s.. r .................................27.. subject to the statutory powers of L. C. Massey. for Plaintiff in Er-
S la k, Chriateaea, .........:.......................2 65 tCe -nal-.p-lity to levy agseumasats ror; W. E. Kay. Sparkman & Carter,. -
bto Cater. bB::.........i... 3S% c... 2 for locall improvements pursuant to W. A. Blount and Blount & Blount KNOWL-- BR M. Pe*manc
I S Kbk. oJra, 124.- Marke, I. ts governmental functions; and tte & Carter. for Deta ats in Ertor. G
"legislature may by statute ereate
BaUeI. -1, aIs- A BANQUET liens upon private property in fter Celd WeMNer Advce. I
m spread before you would do you no of a Iniwaletpality fo t Meal Jprov to an Is to beware ouj& and cOlds
nE a 73 l aerte god If yoea ewat. What good ments, and make such lies sapeaer an the chest-as neglected they eadi- A Work TeOtMe d g d s GsmBnesh Oe
-e 4Caam~a~x taham cea food do a b whid wen as soon as to other Hens aceanredi casubsaat ly ad to p-uaag oaCSMU=aption or 41W0b -d *o wI We eas >itoe- wa u AeV1
bk, Jeoaas. 14 & it eattra it' stmac* it .- eaten by to the enactment of the statute. -abeilr plmemay trmules. Jat as - *....a A.
Uto-.- wrms. 9 bptt the reason Your baby The intention of the law' mak- aga tme _U__e o aear-treat it -
i m l I n -rica..... 3i afling-cross, .pas.ty aced ad L Ing a. n power to give priority to, a -a_ -wth Ballard'sIW.reiteahde ONA n O
m.ater. Give it Whates Cream Veran se. It etpal len or local .= wLPA..ata.d.... e at, America. .Use as d..- -- SO n--
I-tal bk. WWo will expoth -e rMs -- *a a et as a over contractHaens o t to I-Ew Icte- -perfectr baress. A saw tid mt b for am I. 6 - "l -
S t tak or Wa chf 25Xe,_603 aad $1.00 may be inaed fromes the 3s aad preventive for a ll4iseaes of e au -Ae *e at T J
-S& -Ja ^ botte. c at o the law reams uthe iBe and rSS t s. s25, c. and S.*00erbt0te foa maBdeatTheeJioum ot
sb. A-- lo- SoM Sad rnn eadeb by W. A. the nature and purpose of the Be. $Md and 'reaois aded by W. A. 1 rI
D'AlmgahrtAe, A nUlat ad -po--1" 7, 10. A statutory municipal lien uaps D'Memberte.- at apothecary.
e An ac FriabMe. 21 S&uth Palaft? athmet, paeae abuttng lots for sidewalk tur 1ee* 8. pa.af ReadTtreet, pJaucnl WR eds- e f Wantw
r *|w ^Brtr. M Fl. meats being ln the nature of i gDT- ass B^a" *"ee rwaaa journal Wants. Subscribe for The JOnraal. ...%


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1908. .


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LS... .DU.T after-PENSACBL& ASfAL FANS
UIWSST ss after PENSAcA tpBASBAALL ANS i


a.. ....and WANT CQTTO



With an Presideny -lthe



S" THEY BELIEVE THAT IF A PRAN-
SS DUST more CHISE CAN BE OBTAINED THIS
Soap merely ais, GLD DUST CITY wI sup r TEAM
e the every germ, ashes BETTER THAN MANY NOW
t every i pu y ad striliz everything HOLDING FANCHISE.
SIt is a rleanser and saves
ie sewie the toil of rubbinnsg and scrubbing. Pensacola baseball enthusiasts, who
he have been without Uoodbaseball for
e ea Aers -make many years. are now endeavoring to
obtain a franchise in the Cotton
DOU & OW Wh at you re States League. and if they are suc-
cessful and their plans work out. sat-
S" / isfactorily. a number of young men
LD USC ..T a w l will band together to out a flrstlass
/ JJ -Pi I,) Uo 3OWS ...... --. team In this city.
Y V '_ -The president of the league is now
51U.U - nO being corresponded with in regard to
"r;k, T^ A--Q --r ,a francaise. and if he makes satis-
SJLU e "factory reply or shows that a fran-
k*s rn Taoi sd .\ chise can be obtained an organiza-
i -tion will be perfected for the purpose
S i of of carrying out the plans formulated.
It W th brd ,"9 ,1.- y- 5 t Selma has now obtained a fran-
0th Work you mIerely chise In the league, and this puts Pen-
._^ .,YOU X' .sacola close enough to the nearest
.-msk* k" &- ir9M^dPNow- city to allow the circuit being extend-
od here. If the plans are carried out
a baseball park will be enclosd, a
- grand stand and bleachers erected.
N. -II y T E N. FAIRBAM C OMPANY and a rood team of players wil rep-
,.L tI.J.L.-- SdAITV SO AP ., ^.Z.i.. resent the city. Those behind the
i 'o ,iB M.90"s, wr, i t ai-Y"91 1 movement are such youag men as
S- will make a success of the venture
he t It i without soMbt the most provided they can obtain a fran-
manmasr charater ever conoetv- Chis.
|U .y fya |the Suth. Waifle she A SHAKING UP
________________________ ____ ga a s 4be swetness, charm
I1 ,a-n sa splielti so baracteM of may all be very well so far as the
^-' ^the daughters of Diie, the authors trusts are concerned, but ot when it
S ... MM .have also i3tvested .er with that in- comes to chills and fever and malaria.
SIn w bor nobility, S atutve Insight Quit the quinine and tak a real cure
': "" s- tihe L- tintc e oA t f m that have -Ballard's Hcrbine. Contains no
'i/:, t ste, the c- i~tt --- ---, of.. e. that have,, ,harmful drugs and is as certain as
in the ot2 made such women as she rulers of taxes f t doesn't cure, you get your
.iiU t c that It .I empires. Such women as Stella have money back. 25t 50c and $. a bot-
Mb t l ttroged t2 swayed the hearts of men ever since moe. back. 25c. c and $.00 a hot-
'.wo b b most ea- the creation. It would# be difficult to "to-e d r mmend- b- W -
Ml-thr aDwginbtinA and ap- flnd in the entire ranxe of modern d. M ande and ob W A.
Sof coarsr bears out the drama a herlone who rises to such SoutmhPa. adrufotad asit esa*.
eirrthaq t a pier to be a great emotional heights and who is at the F lauth Pl.aox atr Peaacola
"Ita l n e o the women. same time the noblest type of Amer-
W o 1iMs ai "Th4 Trait- lean womanhood. It is a mistaken
-r to @Am e te brilliant ea that reat emotional scenes. can
-4 t the play of which it is the only hbe written around a Camille or
e it t~Pemes a far more a Mrs. Tanquoray. "The Traitor"
IMtI to the t atr ex than did will be the attracttin at the opera BRllI 1 IIIllll
S. -Isot mucs h more la evi- --- -
s M while there is no lack of The Payton Sisters. ES
!there to als a great plan i- With a new list of plays eand new
fat deoleqo comedy. Then agatan specialties between acts the Payton
SIca dohlnates the whole play. Sisters and their big popular price I
role of Stella shows absolutely stock company comes to the opera
t '"-W side of Southca woman- house for a retain of one week begin- II
ning Monday, Gct 26. This will be
their final engagement here this sea- |I il IL U
*'jR bttA UdKl If son as tlby are booked east for the w v
"^Pl ffl- A Inifl r remainder of the winter. ..
F.H HO USE VL The popularUy of the company
.... coupl with the aelhlent line of Appreciates the Efforts Be-
WBK R oP plays they have selected are sure to
I M AY-, OCTOBER 86 during the week. They wll produce ing Made in Behalf oft
M' ATIMU SATURDAY. Monday ntght the new sensational .
:' a... -melodrami "ft the iervents Power," the Ticket.
PAYTON SISTERS ow by "In the Bishop's Car-
S. STOCK C'OMPANY ~s r 'e M troM a Says the Reports Encourage
r aw & ay sa" E vame.. A special bill tor ladies and children Him to Believe Deaocrtats
Sp InIn Ia. Is scheduled for the matinee Satur-
day afternoon when the beautiful Are on the Eve of a Nai
* .F Lfc ^ ^ .. .. EnglHsh-American society comedy ....
drams :The' soseo f Red," from tional Victory-Says the
f -----the pen -of c t0 r Win& Penero. one hk u 2 .,.
S99 of the forefat 'writers of the day. Clubs Have Been of Much
OWeC will be produceL The prices for the Assistance.
:' FW matinee will be 10 cents for children . ..
L W S and 20 cents for adults Night prices -
Adule Sr. 10. 20 and SO cents. Ladles free Mon-
Ilam, e day tight nadnr the usual conditions. The following two letters from Hon.
p. m .Ml k e. p-r W. J. Bryan which were received yes-
S____rrBUILDING PRI ?terday by President Mayes of tCe
BUIDIN PE ITS Bryan and Kern club are self-explana-
ISSUED Y*sST*.KDAY tory. and will be read with much in-
Ian T Dg aIeI terest, not only by members tof the
n I wITJH The notowlan b.lidlg permits club, but also by deiocrats of West
.were is aed yesterday hy Building FloriJa.
Inpe"- ct Raandal Lancoln, Neb., Oct 20, 16.
COMlulA Ieo 7 J.e 3. Duo.as to erect two Mr. Frank L. Mayes. President Es-
^~aosetery frame eellags on Bast. cambia County Bryan and Kern
Herandes street. Club. Pensacola. Florida.
g a-----... .*..- To Joel Frater to erect three one- Dear Sir:-I enclose a letter to the
__ *story tra"e dwellings on North "1" members of your club. and I think it
Sin A- A ~street, ear Gadedea. might be well to call the members to-
VriIvI UI IU ~ To Andy Zerinal to erect a one- gether in executive sese6oa a sort
S,--- / s tory frame dwelitg on West lten- time before the electim and take
Overture by Orchestra. dencia street near Donaldson. such steps as the club may think best
m. .... ---- ... To L. 8. Brwn ant, to erect a for active work on the day of the
Mat L oueewna--- uretw one-story frame dwelHn on East election, appointing appropriate com,
nd fst ChaSnge ArtI.t Cervantes stret, near 14th avenue, mittees for specific work .-
s e.J. a l a---4 I am satisfied that th Amd ricea
,S k ec.Joe-- n I.-ls-t-rt d ubscribe for The Journal. popIe, iby an overwheiming ma.
....- "' L Me MtiL- *ion .- P ictur wi .h "f. we are all working, and to the end

". -_s a ...h. 7."A 8:'A and --- to see to it that evwrv democratic
Sp. m o. 10 and 20c. ha turned tote . ad m e is tolled mantuny ndrte
h_____________________ his regular pUractice. Office in BlouVtl -
..... Building. Hours 9:30 to 12. and 3 to Very tuly ..o.rs.


n6i. Phone 696. WJ.A. BNR.
E. Phone 696. Lincoln, Neb.. Oct. 2. 1908.
THE TRAITOR ...To the members of Esca-mbla County
DR. THOSE. MITCHELLClubPensacola.
I 3 W1ilresume his practice in th city. Can Bran ad Kern Club Pensao.
be found at White's Pharmacy in the day Florida.
COMING andat his residence at night. G.,ntlemen:-I desire to express to
M Of ,phome. No. 180. Residence phone, you my personal appreciation of the
___ oworl- that your club is doi. *1I aave
. .. .. -epn very much zratifited at the num-
ber of clubs organized ard at th,-ir
membership and activity. The clubs
rare helping us to circulate litera-
MORE MEN WILL PRACTICE ture: they are heloino w to obtain
MvOVRE M E Nv= A ^. W ILL a A P &I.RA C tICLE the sentiment in the various cornm-
..... .. munitles. and they are helping us to
SECONOM Y collect campaign contributions with
-CONO MY. which we are carrying on the fight.
. .... -" . .. The reports encomat a us to be-
this fall and winter in buying their cotes' than pre- lieve that we are a the i of at
viously, and those who buy at either of my two cash pnaoies and our pr cm g Ir m
stores can save money without sac ig a whit of yo to continue yor eforts wtth re-
thie style or quality that belongs to the exclusive tail- aE e dea .Ut
or's product. KuppenUeimer Suits, $15 to $35. can. who is open to convicU. a
bring to his attentUes Te (fsets wich
show the failure eat te republican
U n n |-,.fl,,l .leaders to meet $be reqair*ments of
CormerPalatr I |ax tbol situattoz.
and Main HI. Us flIOUId Gov't. No doubt each nieuber of your
Street' CASH CLOTHIER Streets club has talked with some republi-
can who might be influeced by you
Phone 297 Peneaaela. Florids. Phone 473 to vote wlt.h us. I ask each oe of
Syou to "edge yourselves :o pick out
a republican and o. pith im to the


I STATES TEAM


polls on election day and have ;im
vote with you to carry, 0uc the pria-
ciples to which the iemocratil party
is pledged. .
I urge each of yoY .to devote your
entire time on election day to get-
ting the democratic vote to tae polls.
in challenging the votes of any one
not entitled to vote and ia watching
the count.
I would be glad if jru would advise
me after the election regarding the
result of the work of your club.
Very truly yours.
W. J. BRYAN.


MUCH LUI


WAS BI


Fire


Yesterday


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JRNED

Destroyed


225,000 Feet at Duval
Planing Mill, Nar SAUNDERS
Perdido. Il Ii

Shortly before noon yesterday fire j niI Ii
destroyed 225,000 feet of lumber cog UY8 S I VII
stored in a shed of the &. C. Duval .
planing mill. locate 4 n "0 "street ll IEP L
near Perdido depot. The fire, which
is said by Mr. Duval -to be of an In- LII U I
cendiary origin. started in a corner of _____
the shed and caused an estimated
loss of $3s500. Will Give Firm Largest Fleet
By goqd work on the part of the
fire department a dry kila. located On the Entire Gulf
only a short distance from the burn-
ing lumber, was saved. Coast.
It was necessary to lay 2,500 feet
of hose before water could be play-
ed on the fire. The mill's fire-fght- THREE SMACKS BOUGHT IN
ing apparatus was also used to ex-
Unguish the blaze. GLOUCESTER, THREE HERE,
Water was being played cn the fire
dntil a late hour last might. The fire- AND ONE IN MOBILE-TWO OF
men fought the flames from noon
until nightfalL but the lumber was VESSELS ARE EQUIPPED WITH
still smouldering last night. HIGH HORSE POWER GASOLINE
EG EENGINN -

S Seven fishing vessels have been add-
EN INed to the-Beet of schooners owned by
I irh m i Saunders & Co.,the vessels hav-
i LUUUII'L ing recently been purchased in Glou-
e II _l iIli center. Mobile and Pensacola. Two


L llj ULUIIIIUL
--*
They Will Be Rated in New
Orleans, LaOT Octo_
ber 31.

sp eiaso Th JMAL
New Orleansi La.,pt. 20.-Appll-
cants In the grade ollngln-eer and as-
sistant engineer, wth salary at the
rate of $85 and, $70 f month, respect-
Ively. on board lighl vessels, in the
classified light house service of the
Eighth Light House District, will be
rated under the rules of the U. S.
civil service commission in this city.
third floor of custom house building
on October 31. 1908.
"Applications must be made on Unit-
ed States civil service commission
blank form 1025. Such blanks can be
obtained at this office.
Applications will not be considered
unless received by 10 a. m.. October
31, 1998: therefore, all persons desir-
ing to make application should secure
blank and fill It at once.
J. L. Purcell, Commander, U. 8. N.,
Inspector Rth L H. District, Chairman
Local Civil Service.tBoard.


of them are auxiliary schooners, being
equipped with both gasoline engines
and sails.
The Albert \V. Geigor, a schooner
of the same size and style as the
Clara R. Howard, now owned by the
company, was the first purchase to be
made. She sailed from Gloucester on
Oct. 10 for Pensacola. but will go to
the snapper banks on the way to Pen-
sacola and bring in a catch of fish.
The Sheffield and Henrietta G. Mar-
kin are two others purchased in Glou
center, which are expected to sail at
once for Pensacola. The former is
the size of the Clara Littlefield. while
the Mdrkin is about the size of the
Ruth Welles.
The schooner Florence and Imouise,
formerly operated by Hoist & Co.,
w.as purchased from %W. K. Hyer. Jr..
while the Irma was bought from the
American National Hlank. She was
formerly operated by Holst & Co.
From the Star Fish Co., of Mobile.
the firm has purchased the auxiliary
schooner Seaem. and that vessel has
arrived to engage in fishing out of
Pensacola. Another auxiliary schoon-
er purchased is the Nautilus,. owned
in Pensacola by Henry S. Wild and
John Larssen.
The addition of these seven vessels
to the firm's already large number,
will give Saunders & Co. the largest
fishing fleet of any firm on the gulf
coast. *


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No more saw edges on
our collars to aggravate
the man and make the
air blue. Our modern
machines dampen, fold
and smooth the collars
almost to perfection.
It makes it a pleasure
to wear them. For the
sake of comfort try us
with your next lot.

NEW METHOD LAIUNT,
E. w. .LAWRENC, Prpr"Wr.
15-17 W. ROMAN ST.
Phone 1L.
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WHITE HICKORY WAGONS
OWKENSOR WAGONS
CHATTANOOGA WAGONS.
Sold by
WM. JOHNSON A SON.


PENSACOLA ELECTRIC
COMPANY.
Pensacola-Fort Barrancas Schedule.
WINTER DAILY SCHEDLUE.
Effective Thursday, Oct~er 1, 1908.
.Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Barrancas.
5:30 a. in. ................... C:00 a. th.
6:00 a. m. .................... 7:15 a. .11.
.:15 a. m. .................. :00 a. ni.
.0 a. m. ................... .8:45 a. m.
:45 a. m. .................... 9:32 a. m.
9:.0 a. m. ................... 10:15 a. m.
10:15 a. m. ................... :0 a. m.
11:00 a. m. .................. 1145 a. m.
11:41 a. m. ...... .......... 2:30 p. m.
12:- 0 p. m.. ................... 1:. p. m.
: p. m. ................... 00 p. m.
2:00 p. m. ................... 2:45 p. m.
2:047 p. m. ................... :30 p. m.
3:30 p. m ................... 4:16 p. m.
4-15 p. m .... ......at. only s:10 p. m.
5:00 p. m. Sat. only. 5:45 p .. :)00 p. m.
r:00 p. m n. ,:43 p. m. : 4.30 p. an. 7:00 p. n.
7: p. 6:30 p.m. 7:15 p. r. 7:30 p. m.t
9:00 p. m. 7:; p. m. 8:00 p.m. :30 p. I.
9:00 p. n. 5:00p. 8:45 p.m. 9:30 p. m.
14:60 p. m. 8:45p. m. 9.30 p. min.10:30 p. m.
11:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 10:15 p. m.11:0 p. m.
10:15 p. ip. 11:00 p. m.
11:00 p. m. 11:,30 p. IB.
The 7:15 a. m. train from Pensacola will
nun as o local train hereafter. ThE- 5:10
p. m. train from r arrarcas wfll make all'
stops. except on Saturdays. when a local
car will i-avP R lt Bayou at 5:20 p. m.
The Pe-n.acola-BgK Bayou local will bh
dlis.ontinued, except O3 Saturday after-
Local freight leaves Penaacola at
7:15 a.m.
10:1. aI. m.
3:30 p. m.
Through freight leaves Piensacola at
1:15 p. m.
SUNDAY SCHEDULE.
First car leaves- Pensacola at T:00 a. m.;
second car at 8:"O a m.. and from that
h,.ur on. tihe week day k-hedule will be
ol,.erv). except a C ar will leave FPot
Barran-a.- at 3:00 p. m. Instead of 6:10 p.
Wn.
Freight ear will make but one trip,
leaving Pensa'-ola at 9:30 a. m.
WEST. HILL SCHiEDULE.
Pa-. ,!-igor:" wi.ling to go to W-'t Hill
will tak,- Nortlh fil ,ears and transfer te
West 1111 car at lA Rua and )evtllier
streets. .x(-e-pt every week day after S
p. n. and Suitdays a after 3 p. m., when
W..t H1111 carm will run through Palafox
stre-t to thle ipostoffl-e and to West Hill.
PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY.
ALBA H. WARREN. Mgr.

COTTRELL.
Fine
PHOTOGRAPHS.
Pensacolq, Fla.


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our combined ad-
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BOOKS
Dictiontiics and Atlases
for the home and for the of.
fice. Both are necewtes
Full line of each at -
HARRY T. HOWLAND.
OMi B tDoI(m nM


Flectrical Contractor
Electrical fixtures, deek lights,
telephone bracket, ste.
NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.
NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL
E. W. PEAKE,
Phones 345 and W.
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SCHEDULE.L
Pensacola' Mary Esiher aa meg Man
James JersuMld. CP
Leav es landing Monday, Weinday s
triday at 7:T0 a. m.a regular te
t Ha= Mary Wtgar. C& Waftm
Returnatg. leaves Be R Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at a. aI.n ar-
riving Pensacola I:0 P. m.
For 1ates wa y to D. M Wtt$mf
Soesi Phamo M ,.

Mobile & Gulf Stcam hp Co.,
n Osuneestien with sOe Atftos **.
,Andreww SayRalfwy tatwehwl Meste 10
-r se a pee"gerserviele b*e
Maes Pe..els.o, Panama Cty,. S, An.
*rs. MilivWe and all polfte on f. Ant
rsm say, Makin ea eOle-s wat A.
& O. A. .LRy. trauise Panama CltgV Tow
doa a" Tbars.
and Vessaser raom, apply t
Bell Phone 1250.
SIDNEY KAHN,, Agmnt.

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Treat all your exposed
lumber, shingles, etc.,
with
Opp
CARNOLINKUM
Prolongs the life of
lumber, brick, sails, tar-
paulins ,etc. Costs little.


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