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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 24, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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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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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: VID01222
Source Institution: University of Florida
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BORING, OCTOBER K4, 1908. PRICE, 5 CENTS.


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.................... wasThen Con to **led Had Alway
K .Klck Requests That His ight a rmer uitor : N Campaign Fas Obey Or
'+"+ "+++: ++ " " +" t + +Fightta o Saeaer wSuitor NWo'CaI~d Ye

r' <. Name Be [Left Off Ticket sa er o : Were Received Yesterday pe
St ,. ..,Life. o
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S' respa"e to tegram seat him by The Journal asking as to For the first time since The Journal stated it would receive con-
^*,^' tSW^HSVW _Ir a ntethom Insace the supreme court had decided the Congressional P.T PTAT T0 tributions to the Bryan and Kern campaign fund, no contributions LEAV
1 -+ : aoe ina favor W HeO.V H. Mays, Hon. J. Walter Kehoe, who is at 0 rsNC S were received to this fund during yeser-., and this moraag the *
S. -- Bonifty, r: oie. a faews: TRAGEDY r NENT total remains at $824. '
+ + : ""|- 4 "Some dys stace, reply to Chairman D'Alemberte's letter. I A .W W Florida Democrats are urged to contribute to this fund. ach
jS a Ipve a writeastagpt ei-t. my position aad what I would do in the day the campaign grows warmer, and the necessity for funds be* Ciunia~rlir
B?7, N+S,* - m+ JT ~-~ m +^ r ewet the smpreme owt isbould a rm Judge Malione's decision. comes greater. The Natieonal Democratic Committee is now fheht-
: r ." WOWWW.W 0 I -1m a~salata that statempt, and -will abide without heslta- Mr and MrsPr Van~n- ing as 1t never has before, and the committee should not be handi- a sany K,
..... ~ +-*- 1 -ties, the -ep er* s decision. 4 .' - v" capped Sy a lack of funds., The committee has sent out urgent ap- V I ppbAfl t1
^ iOB^lBI tO wia"I -i Wead notice of the supreme court's de- gen of Aledria, La., peals to clubs and individuals to assist them in the fight, and It is Fo i
KT,:% Mj I..1kCI L- it 6elsion yesterday, I e pmnsteated with the several boards of county hoped that tomorrow morning The Journal will be able to aaaounce Ort
I.. enst-msloars- *f the eountles composing the third congressiokal Had Just Stotad on Their liberal responses.
f 1 at* district, sad "re466ste them to omit my name from the official bal- Weddin Tor- When F He Did
*K ""'*- "- lot as aaesdhate for coares. e ** ****************
Ea of Desocatl c Par- J. WALTER KEHOL S. Beanuve, a Former Suit- Adjutant
...... .or, Killed the, H,,lsl-nd
:-* *and Attempt ed tKillth PRESIDENTtS OFFICIAL dO


|t +wJ-- yILL &DIRECTORS Wo. FAMILY MUST WORK" c
od y. J. arI etrebed. by a ,A e u M s, who wat recent
sleep twot folo two t BANKS TO A New Orleans, A, Oct. 2.-On a for alre to
I" J- S S rr iw iD if I^" "--+ ,~ IPrA ijyAUlII "l "^^
low days l aQ nte West VlW"l bridal-tour, which b*gan scarcely an'A
th Dom~p-ws n or before, and seated In a- railroadwoistbeo
th,-e De,.e.*a* --weoah, almost betw(n her husbasndee II +. Take the S.NM P".. ..h.aWek charloT ., waa ino
i* iM *i r l T cand her former ultr Mrs. Pred Van A LU ake he oup xt hi w to
tu0 to lapoleit Ingen saw e fo r suitor kill her inM, whe
spirit lw-h i i 'n 1 0l rto were" sas ir TIhusband, and then taied and fogh: Wekor at. relative
| te S-S .+K. -" 'c'ktBk dLfIOLnlf/ + .T^+^"ilflfl"l"n ss'^"
1& 2 -%It& S Cr UEAiT for -her own 111e, t *u, n u however, Blat i nla n
A~prveted adop rby lacking
M- *-~a gBP.--. *^ l 1o KrIm ft 1.1e ". iln**inr mMen o th "abne am" --?, is
I rt;ra .gnld to great ambers, his thumb betwe le hammer of SituaNton S t S. -9omo.
a t*mersn aeSt o Md|the revolver and t dge, reader- wa Spt
i60 ar FiteottIng th e weapon hb J s. e O t Cbn o .-
7loe I y Pse*rtsim an Is of The. tragedy on aTexas ly to i itary
31 aatle an igin E a o rMd b and Pacific train eight. The grin- O er ae arr
S yS3artoaeWr2 #a r r pS pF do o -- nrnvene a Mts othe time sexe week n amconec" tod
h-is t e t T o fomrsi t i.,s.T A.a "haM a upo in Oaio ,oi ,oo
Plaquemine IaI heda a


B^'-" ^^ ^' -" ji~~gE'+ "ggpI Inst all t Ipeh eb 8it* ii er Spaw FOR'in Prof. Fred Van lagn, a prominent Body of MmS. Hfnmah Kais- to the efeet
I 12 ll la te ^16*4f ----d e i e .r Foud in Chicago toueae in the
depee"-ahlJ \-llg+ Seemlpe" ; First Presented With an widowIs ada aghiteroflaa.M-Rhorer,
owe of the, leadlag e cials of Iber- today's cabinet meetlax every mer- possible for me
| .wtwtb. ohre w+ Jn"-- entoer Honor Medal by Con- tlle parish, iesteagl. Manton Rouge- er o the present's ot a feal Onm einallsh" t
ta esd 41 Ate rrespeb a Tup" S. In toe whout some time aext week advied me to
IBM *atana bN .t "d it oma.ik Ii I t b rss Of U. s, o" I "l- an make ponltal speeches in the states cation for a lea
:r a t. aStelt t here torei is oba f toth e o ed enor
"MO Si C tebyT19 Always Carried a Large come or the camiaion in favor ow ette an th l
C?" f them He has Now Been yurs- Amount of Money on Her J-isse Tat. The president earnestly the very told
signed a Second. ".Person, Which oWas. ree.<,,,pm,, u w ar?" ,
as swer 9i t. renty-av t e hgset.- ....,*V
smewerse. Scouts by Pres. Ro& svelt. __ senior e see ..,sam
t. e w s. Uto each by Associ at "veeed Pr". dW - -- ,-. -,, .. ,
]ealanOW te btrbyi.60P= Chicago, Oct. 2--Wast may prove the t iu more doubt f16m the origi
bi lk arrq iiin -Now Jersey City. to-mi r,-dsxetobngydvlpd
hdx a..et: ,u aut cely the rehAte of directors to U_ Ase.ated Pre$& Little Gifr's Steal Many Jew- & bas lg murder mysXey oeveo Secretary Root made a special call te not hc
"Ju t saw Preaident Roosevelt's at- C teexecutive cnduent a, a bank- the camp Atascadero. CaL. Oct. 23.-- t nund in the drainage canal near on the president afner the oabdr&t red dne to the g
So .i 1 ll n tl extent of their k wlodi Of the r lht conduct i nm&u engag4;e-an ound m-n thT drai nage canal .....
ackT I d@me i Umy duty to advise a ws ptbe titu d concedMe meat In the Philippines.Sergeant lS FrO. HOm. SW he Sumit, III, was Idtied as that Of- meeng .d adjourned. When left ly issued requr
you ne m trying to amser. by t e to te bfak Olk"Iover- Seth T. Weld. of the ghth Intantry, Mrs. Hannah Kaiser. a Wow the white o he was aked whethR tend camp les
kewspe are tryg to a steppt e law U. A has twice been silly on-elingSoap. years old, wo dissaared from her e or not it is a fact that his beg ernor.
bydyouWiapp home October 19 with $1,500 in her sent to Ohio to speak was not an "The general
S member of yaur cabinet It yaw art e provistos, adt their supervision of ored within a week. A few days ago -seson. admission on the part of the admias- the very order,
ektd prdt You ay say I bank detalke in the presence of hundreds of troops he police obtained from Pedro traction that te situation is in dan. in motion my
le paT Apat, ieYouy Lad Ie"-he was presented with the ongress- By Associated Prom Kistenmacher the in formation that g er for the republicans. He adtted be exced ro
hav p ubnty. e mputi-lyrandoIts-onal medal of honor for bravery *ad Beverly, Mass.. Oct. 23.--Two little Ksemce h nomto htg
quentlyadeeared lsat under no lremoMrsl, ass, Oct. 123 ea Mrs. Kaiser had received a large sum that the Ohio situation is "somewhat expressed in m
letances wedit I accept any publiet- last o that he received word, from girls, sha ter. one of them 12 years of money. Kistenmacner is a nephew split up." .Brown ten days
S ce, eitber electiver apptol active and Washington that the President hd and the other 6. are accused by the victim and resides in apart- beg
ths * twp dredocable T appointed him a secoi e eutenant of police of a long series of robberies of the bve rtse inr opared CO O H FL ad ecet
t.bit t ehirs" w isIrrevocable. The t hlpieScus treatments above those formerly occupiedc OLFRTEFET uim'p t-++ +'' + -u m aC + E+ ,++ us ee 'rnigoe eido he i utH odPlcmnV ....,. .. sotdkv d
contest atlab isfor Justiceha not e te P n coJats. while beriouslynhereh -running over a period of pt by his aunt. He told PoliLaman Vic- Amoy, Oct. 23. 1908. N a- sul veta
;,_ ^ *quare mUMLen Whr..c ePaowmn h t pe.soal ,tte .it. t.e oh t--a -rouuded inbo a jrsto akrls to rin. wnie l Ed ived hera witrcal tor acrtldcetrM
"916 i"AM +ER wounded comrades from a band of Pu- home resulted In the finding of jew- summit. where he made te m n n. the Amrdaebtlen-t ....ft- rortbtIre
laJue. on the island of Leytt several elrv valued at thousands- ot dollars- cation. Fthat Mrs. KaTlier recently sod ale thisal ou thfetus n of
LT":~ at eyyears agoow o e e. y a The children were allowed to make $1.500. hboteSi to
pocket -money by sellium s-. oap on com- According to Kistenmacber she hadrnbet y sos to b e t
VA.LT- at e- I U I UUt I riouad houses in the town the poli-e pno ft ivuto ma Wak n




iJ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~~~~~~ TI minioni andat~n thes chnc to lvJpahsbe h efc odr---JmsHnlnJ iedysitea- nfathe iAn banks an.e wdarrt the paer Iplhaete lictation wa*v
Yokohm -- aeries o- ofu hou swcos in pr he ton inge awa wi money sewed u i. aer clothing. This r n SUPT. N5. B. COOK sence, buta q
St w t g habwas i iro o make away wit was h generally known among y RE EIaVmEon Mit umo wt r
l, rl' *al~s waaoptIoa toyt he ld tor e IIIIIIge whif large amountsoe jewelry. hand a Al n erighors. a L -- .a.... :.kno wn tbe toule
Amerle anbattid B feet..came to a
ipse 0 w ** oe heetoallt aI A lleae rnl, where rejoice inehis complete vi &.dicarnr fmolo.., ,.ye wenf f P tereuh
the battleship t the guests of which tln.l explanatory, was teeeved yes- A Th af pt
P ted V M were co to eam-gMre.darchat waw srea ot!/ i terday fromtspt. N. B. Cat o wert wed
Now YoOt.-Tlht for all bassadr, rear admirals d other of-wlahl throughout the case by Houn. Will H Ullat i O aeknowledglag recent of $130 trailed the
practiceal paposes. the unversem aeas cer Price. of M1arianna. who has been In d eb pubic spirited itetl- ae t
to some t mdrd t sad Rear Admiral Sperry tasy endear- attendance on court during this week estoe school book fund: ni t o
thulasts, .t more than a" few ed h imselto the Ja e people by Franklin Countr Grand ur t this place in the interest of his a Oct. 23. 1908. al supervIo
s square =s14 Of country eancopessed personally atty d inf thea fu eral ofa client Editor Pensacola Journal. to sacrifcepr
S within t leo m Iss country rads General Count Nas sAR Aplacing a FindS NO True Bill I have this day ece o feewh
and the new motor parkway. over wreath on the camketen DEATH YESTERDAY OF JAMES P cRhek for $130.00 to cover lis ated by an oi
which toerw's Vanderblt cup race One of the most striking features Against Him. H ANDLON, JR.. AT WARRINGTON school c
In to be r1a. Toe rpal start was made of the week's stay of the Americans The remain of Albert H. Parker, n ofu d c eri thr la pise a
Sthelrkt. a Manettan. where as early is Japani u been the perfect order James Handlon. Jr.. died yesterday the L. & N. conduct tor. who was kill- t er I ve th e a on tem a
as tov etlwk a 1uIt eelea foreed.is maintained by sailors while ashore. Npecial to The Journat at his home at WVarrington. death b,,- ed at Falco -Junction late Wednesday teppr lohv h iteo h v

L" l [ Vi -o* W* J ~ t C S was held for the ch arge of murder of and i:4 survived b v his father and a A large number of co .ductors and L. 4k N. B. COOK. 4k they should re,

I n o nsi oBWll. oll n i n p rilnos t hi"s* y*e r. n u b e o oterel tobe &cn t em l ol s w ue n fr o m P e n s a c o l lat h < I t k .
,, whea engaged with several others in ducted this afternoon at :: o'clock at M11. Parker w'as a young man. and
thrro a ngo H rHusan op Anth ab4 achcl rie,. .Jhn' Cthoi hurch an the hs dath an buc rojeretd espeoia- Martial Law Declared, o
cola, Allen was shot and killed fru, cemetery. wh om he'was held In high esteem.
,,ge o h Jera._.. hus.n ha .tate out earl- th ambush,. and Cha. Russell waswond -,.. Searching for Guilty Nil
D~~ostoit, Oct. 2t3.In a visionl M~s. ereaksg with a trca la a power "otJ P. Marehant, a prominent citisena & & 4
Lotte Johaeon, of Bmechmont, TUe. fo lse r. Earl yestM~y mon o rankliacuty, who ]ied inap Nihtidrheeate to -yA itdWclBagag
day night saw her husband, Geo1g@ o the north abore Itbout twemty-flve ed, and a warrant issued for his ar- Union ('ity. Tenn., Oct: 23.--Pollow- In perfect aceoz
-. Johnason, e~linging to an overturned miles below Zeachmoat. Wih ordi- rest. At that time feeling was rather KilG v r o a tro ]ng the arrival of state troops, who ehas been etablith
+, boatt in mid-onesa, heard talm cry for nary speed the+ boat would have hi--h, and it was thought by some of ilG v r o a tro ece terpaeo sapeto fte
5help aad fianay with shriek threw reachbd there about midnight. It was Mr. Marhat's friends that it would th--c(d hi lceo napet on t G
u; p his basei adi saini Just lat midnight that Mirs Jonaso-had be better not to be arrested until af- 4 Reelfoot Lake today, this district has sec~om.pallai to
Wi'th the cry of her heband rtaglag her remarkable vilioa. Johaeon's ter the feeling had subsided, and he "been proclaimed under nmrtila law posse, of twenty
to her eas Mrs. Johnaea awoke and; body was picral up oll the shore at had procured counsel. yAsoitd rs.and th P search for members of the main on the s
sea actwomlag to her mother. Her noon yesterday. ol. homehant Aheabapn wen tohen em Samburg. Tenn., Oct. 23.--Becauee threats ave been ready against night rider band which put to death the investigatio
ployld houne l i n d Aa ma Hea t henfr ex- the life of Governor 31. R. Patterson, who is personally directing the Captain Quentin Rankin on Mondday campaign eagaw
..;.+ +.+. ... m_ ., .. Investigation of the night rider depredations in this county the de- night last has actively began, with week.


Vs Endeavored to
ders of His Su-
)r Officers.

?UESTED
SOF ABSENCE

g Offer of Com-
Who Could Not
he Maneuvers at
kens, Tells Why
Not Do So-The
General Does
)oughly- Under-
nation. I.

Flouraoy. coimad-
[.. Florida mte troops,
tly placed under arrest
attend the maneuvers
Lt Fort Pickens, and
urt :martialed on these
the city yesterday, o2
btnagton on legal bus-
n soeen by a Journal
in *e afternoon gave
I exzlit statement' of
ofertor officer." said
"and am not to Judge-
I have followed close-
dliscipline. When or-
rest. I remained at my
my office by the most
!d only en occaidot
d I wrote Major Brown
hat circuit court con-
uiak on Oct. 6, and as
wr of very important
,ourt it would be im-
to leave. He replied
ad stated his regret at
Sbe resent. arll also
forward him my appit-
Lve of absence, and be
it. Thls I did on the
I at the bottom of my
im that I was taking
forward a copy of my
he adjutant general In
mitht be advised. and
ation Bmbt be cosid-
time at beinn a er-
-&i-Usi *, yet eard
al, but on Sept. 29th
general acknowledged
copy and merely refer-
eneral order,' previous-
riHa all soldiers to at-
ss excused by the gov-
,order referred to was
or Tource, whica put
effort on Sept. -ath to
m the tour of duty. an
y application to Major
s prior to the date ser-
tin. Probably in strict
military regulations I
dressed the appllcatiox
ajar Brown to the gov-
spect!ve of tdat, the
the letter was clear,
dug my regrets for my
end camo and also a
caused. Indeed. my ap.
ot for a leaWe of ab-
uas i leave r for per-
maln away 5 event I
eave court.
the Couidaud.
SDprepared the coew
soually aw .that the
1I and properly en-
nkht of the 4th. and
ie first time I had let
Saway without my per-
)n I felt much tempted
fessional duty for my
can only be apprecl-
icer who aas had the
the occasion of see-
3d. which be has train.
of leartaving him be
r the men go, however,
* expression of regrets
hi the ad-monitlon tfaat
member that they were
*n Pa- "nr-)

Soldiers

ght Riders
ry authorftles working
rd. The military base
ished at the settlement
e moat central Dplt ti
overnor Pattersee was
> Samburg today by a
'*lve men, and will re-
ceae to personally do
n, having cancelled /I1
gements for the aest


amnn rai wa xa. a
TTips \X/SI W l ontin f SJV h datef.. Mr +, ,acbn oLu.tl rn taa, .tacament of troops absigned to safeguard the governor has been *
7H C ntn e Sa h date Mir. Marcmant voluntarily return- "". .....ren a-ha tken

nr test rong. S et n e w ree se uoo "nrd.er o onr to Cololel Tatum.who is n com- O rki c
in st r o fg Xewa eleasunded uw.arai # T. C. Ward. proprietor of the 0otel at Walnut Log. from which # Iti
B ,n t-t s_ .ite hl. ,.r 3 Captain Quinten Rankin and Judge Taylor were taken by a band
S A *y Ie 11 e to flave them etoread to the fullest The grand jury. having fUlly taves'- of masked men Monday night, and Knox Morgan and Elaner Tate.
SLChicago, Oc 393.--Tipa. cold ator- extent. Our service has been tm- tigated the case. and finding no evi- 0 merchants. were takon into custody today. With their arrest the = o
ae meats U service to bneftt the proved with tbese.lawi and with a dence against him that would war 0 situation has become zo acute as to call forth instructions from the e By0A ciat o o .reaso
leneiral public -were deassaed at the stricter entroergent meals on diinag raat the return of an indictment, to. 0 governor to S:eriff Dawson. of Dyer county. to report at once with ew York. Oct. 23.-It is Jst a their doors. I
annual metUar of the Azerican car cars will be uD to the standard of day required that it found "-o bill'- : a posse. and the recruiting at Union City of another posse of pick- year ago today that the f4andal flar- passed slne
niervie saper atendants yesterday, the the best hotels." and Mr. Merchant was accordagly ed men to work in connection with the military and forces of the rv struck New York ,ad busine trouble all but
session losing with a dinner to the The questln of distitoniaig tips discharged. 'sheriffs of this and Lake county. and financial men are tailag of th? as either reo
Ilersn aIl forty delegates. evoled an a rgp-bet the majority Mr. Marchaat stands high in the es 4 Today Governor Patterson visited tie scene of the killing and # wonderful recovery tat has been pa off its
"It hs ~%a said." PreMldest H. 8. of those tramtt Soterdt1r that teem of those who know hml be-L proceeded to Unioi City to confer with the state and county offi- made from the depresIM which fol- bank ha alrea
Calcutt. o bvingteoS. Ky, amerted& without tips tee service would not He was a captain ia the Fafted # cials, and map out a plan for further action. lowed. During the arry fteen its lepositors a
-that we are endeavoring to evade b; improved and lafht tea4 to a low- States army in the war with Spail, 4 banks in New York. the majority of payment of 5
&* -m.- fvd laws. We are trying er standard of help.- and his many friends here and else- & * *# # # * > them -all iastitabuass were forced drar.


New .

stitutions
i or another to clope
i the year that h-
the beginning of the
t one of these bank*
opened for businesu or
depositors n'fall. That
dy paid 90 per cent of
nd will make another
per cent within tea


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a..b. Albert A Shir. W.m M District No. 6.
S eatsa Thoa P Stewart, P Adam. Geo. W. Alexander, Ton
seitr. W J Stewart. T ley, Jame J. Bryant, Silas
oMt. A Siummons, R y. Lenard Brown, Henry
I Jack mnitht, kBud Maey, Wm. arown, J. T.
SJo StimoMes. M T L Bradley. R. F.
w Simmous.Ike aaiehlm D. s GeorDe
T i. A Ta. W 0 SaBW Thodo 7, Leonard
mm J T eiJT Jeoh W. 6eck. K .L.
Waif L F Weller, H H aer. Will Tnm Brooks, Will
Winie. NT Willis. WilU Barrow. Robt Bl3bb. Sam
i't X Walker. J 8 aoflay, . L Irooks, Film
W T, WUillianams. T W Bowan, R. Black. Lewis
WWIa Wlson L Whaler. Barton angto- Wash lack. John
w JC Wiler, Geore Alfred Coker. T. T.
fl.Wme Watsonm. fQsre e Conlln, T. E.
Whbtu. WE Nos. 3. DeyDo. 3hCrosby, L
Wrtat. W L wash towD W cavis TLm
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District No. avM a. C. Davis. D.
Anias ItNJ uoer. H Vr t,W. EnWter. nZ.T.
w v femytt. Jesse u--f. IttB Bddts.R 8
SB Baxter Tom Zvs J. A.
c_9lack. Green FO, P. Flemming. M.
Ront Rsee Barahl. CFrlani Fnum R. R N. Plemming. H.
3'WIS. John Grin.J. P. Pmuatan. Will
et C H M wRichard G-usmis. Dersey GreM. Ed.
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lpR, h ,r1M, n Die., nJob T. H te P.E
mbs.Jow h CB C Hls, ]H[be Srt ]H[rtD. D. J.
o Coarr. C C MMl. Robert e l:akyqd. A. B.
Davis, Hery 07 james, Chmaes Johnson, Bill
RP W t Jaom C. H. J. ohnson, Jack
AT brtlsge. N Na Jer nigan Jam Joatson, S.E.
A nT James. Charlie
Wry roeea Dwebot mamA. Janes. Harry
_I. J H 1507way. Has lmers. Dam IL Knight. Daniel
asrop. Henry nte W Xanbt. Charles Knight. H.
N-stisho. I C -- i imr. y Xiilht, Ge. W. Xnulght Islah
H l SSatsv ^Stephen Kn woto. Jr, I. Anfiat. Ed.
. _S.W 1, anmei'. W 0 e L. lwe., c. L.
vfe'. B B --Y. C. N. LowelL A.
_ _~~M. Jackson a Lewis, T. S. Lock Dan
Ishas. 5berates Mackey. Andrew J % cDogald. J. I
j WS 1 9 _i J ,C38Im, Mctkey, J. D. Meon.ald D.
J H2 Hc C J Warks. nam XDonald. C. I

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RIgs,, Chas ,r i Staples. R.. .
W M DeAte Jeh% Jow 6S0i. S Jr. J^ A.

S5 otriath, A. A. Spelian, Dan
Sims. Calvin SlFAIR-* Walterm h mo Ripe WonbtI
Tanibo. W H T0homas TAA 3B Tomisnon, UL.
T Gns. Jw TJmasr AeW mll.o alvin Tomas. Cal
T!hemon. _Louis B ThoBson. Alex TIbom, Will
,asaJTgln., Windsor, Ja-m- Wa-r. A. er Roe
Wi11lias, John WinderLo wavD A.V=.M m TeJ
wimusat.G H Witnba. John- P. sumTho
WalIl e-.J Woodnr,. Joe wier. IL 0. Wood. Steady
District No 4. wIiams. Samuel Waeren. Walt.
SgowSSM1 T. P o1a Dear. J.msUWle
15&994w e5wWm" w w Zeigler, Robert
so.T. 161a.'Sdw District No. 7.
r^aVen '% Clark. I A Alexander. K Armstrong, Ale
Vannon, 4Wj Csho A , Alexander. Alfred Alexander. A 1

a Douglass. J PSrF C1a" J D *
Pe .w R PDoscher. 0a 1 .0 -
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Ge" I C Wd Gs"nvwnd, Gowsalme I Hunt. Shepard
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Allen. J. W.
Barrneau, W. C.
"leck. J. W.
Beck, A. D.
Bowman. H. R.
Bowman, M.L M.
Chalkrs, Henry
Chalker. T. C.
Crabtree, ILH. P.
Crabtree, J. N.
Crabtree, Tarlor .IL
Smfidson, LD.
Earnest. W. F.
Mlilingim, A. T.
FllUingim. J. D.
Fliltrngt, D W
Flllni R. F.
lFleming, A.-.
Gibson. George
Henderson, D. C.
Hisdon. C. D.
Janman, J. D.
Knight, J. A.
Lewis, Jim
Lewis, Joe B.
Lewis. C. L.
Malone, Joseph
Miller. John
Mitchell. John
Mims. C. 8.
Morgan, Thos.
Morgan, Evin Bk
Nelson. Z.
Odom, C (N H)
Paye. Bonney
Penlil. G. B.
Pierce. J W
Pough, J. E.
Pough. Macom
Reynolds. J. Alfred
Slicox. C. B.
Silcox, J. T.
Slay. J. A.
Snyder. John
Underwood. J. W.
White. Oliver
District
Archer, J D
Bryant, Thomas
Brooks. R A
Bratcher R L
Bratcher. FE
Beck~Wy, W W
Bratcher. Z A
Boutewell W .T
Browder. L S
Briers, J L
BoutewelL J W
Bird. J W
Creary, J W
Coley, D R
Conway, John
Cawthon, J
Cordwell, W H
Creamer, J B
Cost. G W
Chandler. G S
Campbell. J H M
Campbe, W T
F
Davis, A A
Dailey, N H


Davis, S
Fillinlm.- J T
Fnillnsim R
Fillin- m. 'Jake
Gentry. G M
GUlmore. J W
Gilmore. J F
Gilmore, Thean R
Gentry, G N
Gentry. A S
GiUmore, J S
GUimore, Leonard
Harris. Ben
Hobbs, T J
Hudgins, J B
Hallway, Jerry
Haynes. W H
Kendrick. Robt
Lewis, W T
Lentlon, A E
Mills. F M
Mason. B F
Mason, E A
Moore, J D
Moore. Claude
McNeil. P R
Norris. D Reilly
Pritchett, P M
'~etty. W J
Parker. Nelson
'arker. John
Powell. J A
welll. Bill
Ruthwell. Richard
Richardson. Lyons
Roach, J W
Sllcox. Sid
Sileox. Louis
StillUUey. W R
Sturdevant. E E
StaAton. O R
Sanders, G R
Toome. J B
Toomer, Felix
Toomer. C A
Williams, V D
Whitehurst. R E
White. J C
Walker. James T
Wolf. Louis
District
,Baker. C. M.
Baker M.
Baker, Mclver
Baker, Stark
Barclay, J. W.
Barnes. F. A.
Beck, W. C.
Cook. J. C.
Davis, Wm.
Davis, HI-. P.
Davis. C. C.
Davis. J., Jr.
Davis, M. D.
Davis. H. 1H.
Dennis. B. F.
Eddins. J. R.
Franklin. Ben
Franklin, Alonso

Godwin, Jas. L.
Grimlaf. W. J.
Graham. E. G.
Harper. F. M.
Henderson, B. F.
Knott. J. D.
Lambert. L P
Merrltt. J. R.
Merritt. A. J.
Miller. L. M.
Mllstead. Jesse
Mathis. Wesley
Mathis. D. C.
Nolan, A. J.
Owens, J. T.
Pkkens R.
Rlgby. B. B.
Rice. A. T.
Striekland. S. J.
Tucker. J A
Ward, E.
Ward. H. H.
Ward. Wm S, &r
Ward, C. J.
Ward. G. T.
Ward. W. S.. ft.
Ward. A. A.
Ward. A. J.


Agerton.W. M.
Aserton, J.
Agerton. J. B.
Agerton, F. R.
Agerton. Wllard
Bartley, M. L.
Bartley. J. A.
Bartley, W. 8.


Alexander, A. C.
ry, A., *
Bray. W. B.
Britton. T. 0.
Brittem, I. P.


C bm. John

Earnest. C. .
Floyd. W. T.
Floyd. K. U..
Floyd J. D.
Foster, J. A.
Grubb. L. UE.
Hudgins, A. W.
Jackson, William
Lisco, Thomas
Lucas, W. R.
Lynch. G. A.
Mon E. G.
X A. L.
~'W-tnnown Robert
McKmn, A. D.
McAnally. A. S.
heCAn., M. HL
Nims, J. D.
Powell, Ben
Powell, Bosh
Powell, Allen
Proctor C. P.
Perry.). .M-
Sleox, W. HI
Taylor. J. C.
Taylor. A. G.
Turner. S. V.


No. 9.


Bird. J J
Brewton, N-
Barrow. H D
Byrd. W H
Byrd, E 0
Bryant. C F
Bxrd. WE -
Boyet. C T

Boutewrtl. DMN
Campbell. J W
Campbell, W W
Cariwell. J
Cbavers, ark
Chandler, V P
eooey, J ip
Cardwell. J L



Do glass. W T

Davis, W B R
Douglass. W T
Dunn, Thomnas

Feagin. S J
Falling J D
Gray. W H
Garrett. J N
Gray. H J
Gray. E S8
Gray, J R
Gentry, W H
Gi(more, 8 R
Jones. W A
Joyner, H 8
Jackson. 8 A
Johnseo, J M
Klmmons, J L
Litcheld. J A
McDavid D F
McNeUil., N M
Mebbon, M J
MeDevId. D B
McGlathery, J b

Parsons, Marvin
Parker, T J
PresleY. A C
Parsons. C C
Pariah. W P
Pe er. J
Reed. W R
Reed. BE
Stafford. I
Stanten. R G
Smith, B H
Sharp, W H
Smith. Albert C
Tisdmale, W R
Taylor. W P
White. J B
Williams, R L
Wiggins, W ItH
Williams. W C
Ward, J E
No. 10.
Beck, Robt T.
Bryars, Jas. A.
Bryars. B H .
Bryara, F. O.0
Brown. Sylvester
Buchanan, Walter
Rryars. B M
Oovington, E. F.
Dennis. J. E.
Dove. J W
Dove. Adoipil
Dockens, J. A.
Dockens. W. T.
Dove. Leon E.
Eddins. J. L.
FrankUin, Norman
Graham. cfia
Graham. C. I.
Graham. Frederick
Graham. M. L.
GrImlar, W. I.
Graham, H. C.
Howell. John A.
Holland. Jesse B.
Knott. J. M.
Long. John H.
Miller, 0. M.
McCarthur. M. D.
McCoy. R. N.
McClinton. Med.
MeElbaney, B. F.
Nolan. B. F. *


Richard, J. IL


Tucker. J. -W.
Ward. J M
Ward. F. C.
Whlson, D. R.
Welsh W. B.
Welsh, W. F.
Ward. Joa MN.
Wad, W. 8a.

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Rutherford. J T aobefts,_W J
S wea, t JJr Sinpas. sArw
Smith, 0 W Stant= 8 P
Smith. M/ Skains, Great
StockwellEd Snow. J T
Tucker. W B T1024, WUi
TackeB E Turner, Levy
Tucker,W W T*ylor. M B
Tucker, E A Thomas, WUI
Waod, J C Ward. Did
Ward. J D Walton, 1 J
Williams, Z T Williams. W J
Wiggins. J R Wallaoe. Ike
Wns. IJo A Ward. C W
Woama. W M Wome. Win
WIgains. M C Ward. Zack
Ward. J WUllams. Cha"
Wiggin. M L Ward. 0 B
District No. 8.


Harris, C. H.
Inram.. John B. Head. L. P.
Johnson. WM.
Johnson. P Frank
Jackson, WUlie Jones. P. W.
Jordan. Henry Jones. J. C.
Jenkis. Will Jeniett, H. IT.
Johnson. Amos Jio.nson. 0. H.
Johnson. Geo. J.I'nsaonW, W. I.
Jones, tnmore Johnson. Joa.
Johnson. Lke Jones, C. M.
Johnson. Gus Jackson, J. Mose
Johnson. GB. Jenkins Wesley J.
Johnson. J. T. Jones Fortune
Johnson, Jasper Jones. Moses
Johnson. J. Albert Jadre vi. J.
Johnson, Iphriam Johnson. 0. C.
Johnson. Walter Jackson, Wm. H.
Johnson. P. A. Jefferson- C. J.
Johnson. A. C. Jones, C. W.
Johnson. John A. Jones. J J
Joyner. J. G. Johnson. Clifford V.
Klensmire, D. IH Jones. J. M.
Krone. Herman Jennette. Douglas
Kearney. R. J. Johnson, George B.
Klumpker, John Kelley. John H.
Kyle, W. H. KebmMe. Ed. A.
King. Komer Komne. Christopher
King. J. H. KeUy. James
Kluinmker. F. W. M. Kim. Rowell 1.
Lewis. dFAward Kels. Cornelius
Lounsberry. r". D. KniWht. Anderson
Lyneh. J W. Knight. AdMain
LTewis, Win. LePoind-tant. M G
Lewis, Geeo. Lewis. Oscar E.
Locke. Dan'l W. Lkata, C. P.
e.e Steven Iowrey. B. F.
ee. James LW.e. L.M.
LAe. M. r. Lwovwns Jacob
Lee. Rand E. LMRen"aa- WSBie P.
LaReUM. C. T. LAvendal.f A. J.
-AMntar. Jerry l dies .I
lta Barsy Lee. GeO H.EL
lewis rEamar, Jam W.
-.ji Daymn eIe L [- L
IaLswyi Geo. ewFs Hampton
Lee. C. E. Lewis. Chas. H.
Lewis. A. LM. Lewis. Wm. T.
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BarriaE Emanuel 3elingler, Thoe.
ayll. J. E. Bonner. Agustus
sarare. Tony Bergin, Daniel P.
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eanettn, W. R. L ray, Jamea
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Barrios. V. Barker, Jno. R.
Bell. Gee. Bigger, Those. a
Barrios. Alix. Bizett, Angelo
Brown. Henry Burke, Joa.
Baker. Joseph Brown, John r.
Brown. Geo. Brown, Charles
Blarbe. C. Baker, Cha. E.
Bobe, C. P. Barci dward
Bullock, W. J. Butler, Lucius
Baylisa. Frank B. Blumer. Will A.
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Boursette, Gun A. Ba ks, Harry B.
Clark. W D BanksL. John
Chandler. J. C. CaM well, A.
Cineotta, ChhMolMn. C.
Caro. A. V. Chandler. B.
Christenen, C. CoE A. L.
Clarke., LB.. C ter. C. B.
Colm. J,. B. hWns, AB
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Crum., Brooks Calvin, Joseph T.
Care, J. L. Cobb, Nathan
Clremonents, Ed. Closer, John D.

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Green, Jas. Gae. J. S.
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PoweOL Wm Ponu. T A
Pti, H 8 Pruett. M E
Parie. Raymond Pine' Robt E
Powr,,WH Perry. Ctlas B
Pay Chary- 'Paroda. Leopold A
ul wna-SV P-idevaCt. A L
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J W Petersn, Warren
2PW P- ty. Wm A
ftr-k R Peterson. Dave
ChJas
Hery Richardson. Gus
IRR-obee Robr n Robb
|SmeP p Roberts. nmar
ila !.< JReed. Job" 'k
ibtLtar Robertson. Geo
tm I Joe Rom D W
|n:79 K Ramont. D A
I Rimrs Frank Roch. F J
I Ramty, John T Reese, E W


Roch, Alouse Roberts, J 8
Richards, W Rice, F M
Rivers,R L Reache, A 8
Russ, Isaac Rutledge, B C
Russell. Walter Randtah. Jan
Russ. C R Richards, R M
Roberts, P Roblron, Robt J
Russ, J M Riddle A
Roberts, J Ben Roberts. Geo S
Robinson, J H Rash. Chas H
Richards, W M Roberts, Lucius H
Roberts. H W Roberts, Thoa J
Rogerson, McE
Siams. W H Sutherland, A L
Smith. H A Stephen. Ezra
Spottswood. N D Showers, Leroy
Scott. J B Sprat. Theb
Scot. Frank Stalswrth, Richard
Shore. Allen Strtdiron, C
Stevens, Green Simpso, HilItard
Severn, W J Sessaons, Irving
Scholls, Jas Stewart obert
Stephenson. C B Smith. Robt
Steams. J G Sylvant P A
Stevens. Tbo SudmalL. Chas
Shaw. 8 Scarrtltt, 8 M .
Segari. F OcaC'" MasoC
Stier, J a n-el. H C
Suggs, J Ss tid R H
Stearns. Robt Seett, Perry
Swan. Those Smttberan, D M
Segar. F Lt Sender. i W
Stewart, Paul Sweet, Fred A
Scott, John nb re L T
Smith, Raymond ShVpe. John
Simmons. Willis plaer, H Hf
Stalisworthi RIebanSw R", stoves
Springer, J CA aMRi. S
Scott, Ed SFavdWJohn G
Stearns. W H Jr Stoucals. vase D
Smith. T J Sullivan. Jerry J r
Simms, R L Stanfd. Geon C
Schroesstelne. Thee Smith Jas A
Simmons, W n'. SSuivait, wMlp C
Spriager. Wma une. Randolph B
Smfth. C M Sawer, James
OSmich, MiihaelK Saarea. Cornellus 0
Simon, J V Spura. S 8
butter. E Sailer. Abner C
Suare, Murell A Stf, fJames R
Spence. E Shine. Henry
Sheppard. J springer, The
Suggs. W Stewart, B F
Smith, C V Saxn, Joa F
SchoUs, J L Smith. Henry
Sorrell. K C Sanderso, Richard
Scholsi, R W Stewasd. JSbh
Sawyer, Joe E Sweet Schenburn, P Sippler. Horace 3
Stout. E C Sea-rea, Joe
Sherwood. T IF'
Touart, Mitehell Tonart, 0 0
Touart. John TIppin, W J
Taylor, NE Thom onlw iN
Thompson, Gilbert Thompson. Fred
Taylor, Wm Turier, W R
Touart. Frank Touart. W J
Touart, F B Tboeme. J T
Thomas. Wm Touat. M Apthey
Turner, G W Tay3r, Ausn
Turner. John Toqart, R L
Thomas. T T Tatman, W M
Talley. Jesse Toeart, Gomas
Thomas, Peter Taylor. John
Turner, J S Talbert, Dave
Touart., Clifford Taylor, Geo W
Thomas, A C TrammilL Edw
Thomas. T B Touart Joaepk
Villar, V3 J Ucrh, Wun
1lllar. R VernMlUon. W IL
Villar. A VAllr, Ed
Villar. M D ViBar. Joe K
Valk. A Vorkamp. Wm
VanAlst. Francis F Van Pelt. John A
Villar. G D Villar. Emanuel V
Vaughn. B F Williams. C A
Washinrton. Alfred Wright. Henry
Whito. ( C Wire. Ed Jr
Wilsoo. David- Weataerapoon. SmI
Wvnn. C W Williams, Amos
Washinglton. Geo Walker. Alex
Williams. J W W1illiams. Jam
Wales. C A Watkiss. A J
Wire. Ed Willis .
Watson. J Ed Wiliams C P
Watson, F D Welshl. A
Watson. C D Williasn, Thoa 4
Whorlev, A H WlfunK Sim'l
Windown. W E White, Walter H
Williams. J H Walter. E W
VWalker, Geo B Weekly, R L
Williamsn. Wm WUk` a. Walter
White. H C Jr Webb, Charlie
Wilkerson. C L Wa.t s. Emmett A
Wilson. J W W10=am6 J T
Wilkerson. Dan WadoS Jame B
Webb. W T W= Iw. LI W
Waller. Willis WeMrem. tN T
Walker. Wm Wieson. Jacob B
Wilkerson. Wm N Wiliams. Fred B
Wright. Willis Waler., J F
Wilkinson. W M WVilisi. Jas
Wilson. R C Welch. Lincoln
White. R W Wales. John A
Wilson. W L Ward, Wiley C


WmUanms. J L Ward. Jas 0
Walton, Win Williasm Will
Wentworth. T T Willlams, emiadms
Wflh an 1, 1N Wiliams, Jsale
Walker. Wm Willis. Eugene A
WiUMs, FPF Wllllam. rank
Wllkerson, J W Wyer., Rtolly
WiliMs, I D WTlch. Isaac
Walker. W C Wilson. 0 W
Yniestra, B L Tancey, Wm
YUnetr6 H Toung. Wm
Yoad, J TYelverto a
District No. 13.
Avery, A M XAtMs, M 0
Anderson. W B Andrews. J
Abrem Charles Ash. Those C
jaswrth. 0 W Allen. Thomas
Alber Wallace Archibald, Henry 3
Abt, hris Amberry. Jao W
AMOs. Hugh Austa. James A
Ahreas, Henry A Jobs 8
Auasttie, Casmala AVU, sma J
AbK. Peter Adam ak
Andrew. M C Allen. James
Avery. A M. Jr Abt, WU
Art. Perry J .M ma
Bareford. Joe H Joba M
badger. Thoumas Wa
Bearse, Joseph N e C W
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Coleman. Patrick CaaWlioe. Jon P
Christie. John Carr. J L
Cartert. W G orrie, V A
Clark, Jame" C C nniaa. Joab
Croorn, L B CowaKt. H A
caster. H Caainmus C 0
Caro, John H CamLbelL D K
Car. JaMe" P Clanc, Gordos K
Ca e onree Crosby. R G
CronamBM Gwroi J Db*u
Costello. W J Constantlas, Petw
Chafz6. J A CJ
Costeo, C a OatUr.wG
Car. W Cft Tho L
Caparsoee C P IN"
Certhon. Cleveland Cote. Wm V
CoUia. Alex CrawfbW. W 3
Cocorees. Dimntry Cater, Johs~e
Coker. B F Carter. 1J7
Carter, J C ClCosy. WM a
Connola, Awastasia Cron&. 0 G
Clark. C W WM il, RayneudO
Coker. West Cartr, John U
Callaway. W M Curry, raiUg
Caress. Jack q BE
Cussebs. These F Claytof. John 8
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GENT EFFORT TOWARDS A wBstood by my superiors. Had I d
IR Been in camp I would have remained.
Days ofDi r HIGHLY DESIRABLE TRANS- in quarters. but being at the post of "w apee. 25c., al dr ts.
PORTATION ROUTE. the command. I went to and from myR
Coresidence only for the purpose of ur- PRISONERS REMOVED TO
CemeetoHendesafP41neacola gent business, and by cn-t most direct COUNTY CONVICT CAMPS
route. I denied myself absolutely
There are days of dizziness; Treasurer Waterman. of the Gulf from any social or pleasure entertain- The following urisouer's were taken
Spells pf headache, sideache. back. Coast Inland Waterway Association, m eat. True it is, I visited Pensacola the county jail yesterday by V.
ache; reports having collected membership once., b)ut it was upon business iun- from te count ja s
Sometimes rheumatic pains; dues for 1908 from the following indi- avoidable and returned inimediately. 0. Baggett to work out thiir sen.
Often urinary disorders. viduals and firms in addition to whom and in doing this I feel tiiat I care- tences on the county road: --I
All tell you plainly the kidneys are some have been remitted to the sec- fully observed the laws and regula- John Jones. white. ra ii iding. $3
sick. retary at Apalacaheola: a lions governing such casos. I did a costs or 30 day
Doans Kidney Pills cure all kidney T F. West. s this not because I felt I had done and cotsa or 'i da' o
ill. -Gulf Machine Works. wrong or violated any orders of ay JQohn Collins. colioed. -tmie of-
SHere is proof in Pensacola: McDavid-Hyer Co. superiors, for I felt then and still fense, $5 or 30 Javs.
Miss. M. McVoy, 14 N. Reus St., Chamber of Commerce. feel that I have not. but i' was be- Will Moore. colored. for carrying
Peac la.. says: "Doans Kid- P. K. Yoe. O cause of my desire to obey order in brass knucks, $14- and cost: or tree
reed -oin. av ue temOa orCrwordaper ht I biga *t heprpe e- mFitbrr
ney Pills are by no means a new George P. Wentworth. order that I t st th p ex- months
remedy-to me. I have used them off W B. Crawford fl u Iample to the enlisted men. on.__ mTU IrfllCRTR P iA l
ad on for years and do not think c. C. Goodnan. '"Indeed, if I ave any iobby, it is THE LEADING BEER OF PERSACO
there it ay s preparation in existenace Ed Gale Quina. an effort by both precept and example To
to -be compared with them. When- R. B. Simpson. to train Cthe young men under my .uu U When you call for BEER it means any beer te
ever I ov ork. I experience severe R. F. Mitchell. I command how to obey orders, be po- o hand you ;hen .-ou call for "LION BEER," it m
palns in S ck and left side. At Southern States Lumber Ce lite, tell the truth and to instill into and individuality to yOr standing
times disay spels also make their ap- F. F. Bingam. them the necessary elements of dis-Acce ao subtitte. Insist oh having
pearance. I learned leon ago that Fir-t National Bank, cipline. which if followed will quick- ce hyn
Doa' Kidney PlWs would tgive me W. H. Knowles. L er than any otfer training change
relief wep suffering thus. Recently W. K. Hyer. Jr. STLOSM K the crudeness of the untrained re-
when I was asedatn tf0M an attack F. C. Brent. 6 mcruit to the lustre of u talnished gen-
of tkht 1 a qea procared a box F. B. Brace. tiezan. That which prompts me to |
of DoaiON y Pills tri the Pensacola l nTektment Compan y. be an officer of the state t-oops is to Creates and preserve- vigorous vitality, in youth a
stas gf as before, theM y Dr. W. A. J. Pollock. + '1110 00 do wha I can to. bring to the youngTHE WIN SCH-ASE BEWI CO.
actedefectaly." W. A. DAleinberte. men some inluence which will make
For vT4 4@lOTMs. FPree r H. H. IYAlemberte. of them better men and citizens, and RT Cincinnat. Ohio.
wrcents. 006. 3 lo. Pensaola le conWaetric Comp any.S'd and |RecaM1W alsobecaueI ewe P. OLSON, Manager. Pensacol
N ew Yowr' ftr the IiftW Alba ff. Warren. Patriotic aeuteh to make suffe~eieat bm% rg& fa ON&ONYm

sttsJ''."^ ? ^ ^ 3. if. Clark. '~ W. A. 'AT yCWRRTE. t acrilce to encourage an every possi- B_ 5 mi* $ U. OSm G. .
Remeube 'Dom&--ao G. DeSilva Co. biwe wythe organiration and improve- 4L .. d b L
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..CIVIC.AUE ORGAI ZED .

AT WIIL ATTENDED MEET A

SMovem[t .ifr B tffyita h r as t he et atui.m
Hon. John Stillman. Dr. Schwarts
M 6 .Pe acnlai'Was InaugU- of Temple Beth-El, and Secretary J -
H. Sherrill delivered interesting ad "
,ft W a Fat iriev rated Yesterday. reses* on what can be a neoplohed
by such a league where the me-mbers
t work. Aa inum beo WOMAN BGAN sayS: "I believe I would E vebeen in my gr
a* me m bhaia aal, was i Il object ar .lng if I had not taken Cardui. Some years ago, I t1
eals ausgurati 'ye7teaay aftdraoon a at It was decided to meet atain next l a
wA- r i e it enaLyI well attemied meeting of pominent Wednesday afternoon at te game WMl1in od t y pero
ll andgent lemenate.M .r t Y. C W ea.ne.swDeheny Co..c e fo.r s
0* r., r Uie a y ladFeu aa geemen atu the Y. M. C Awill be elected. A nominating cm-
a I g and eight. It A., when the Civic Leatge was organ mittee, which will report at this meet
a gS tiomc-med. ae.t I ied. Much iterest and eatseanm Ing, was selected., composed of Mis -
s a pur malt whis was disnlayed by thtji in attend- Margaret Mclntyre, Mrs. Friedman.
bo apnd ." ance, which insure the success of the Mrs. H er S. Hall and Miss Matte bggan of eakness, debility and e ad got s I c
JL P g Malt Whi work to be undertaken. Another committee, composed of BOt gct out Of
t d*r1o no e dogWwt af e Mrs. Florida Sheppard was elected Mrs. Frank L. Mayes, Mrs. Max L fim < alpSO, thousandS of Women slip, every
S n p orar chairman of the meeting. Bear and Mrs. Frank Marston,. was it hep. &
tn t D enad. and there was a general discusion of appointed esre I % d the product is a the objects of the association and Both of these committees wll reor -. an
qwid food and is in- whether or not the league can acoon- at the meeting of next Wednesday, and physical wrecks, without health without bean
hr anof 10O 'm pl~sh what is d simed. tat of beenti- whei it -s hoped that all resilqntso owi ty w
l streets sad parks. escouragsn the city iterested theivi e strength, without beauty, without everything. insideand a
aSo. ^S al e for oework tree planting, and obtalinig a com will be preseat Yon can put sand on the slippery track and taking doctors m
into aCti city authorities for cursing and uslag F. W. Hayes. tp your mad slide down, by taking Cardi-atut re
langobscenguage. J. E. Williamms .
A tal o- d builds p new la a. Ameic INional Bank. lest so say thousands of other ladies who have two doctors 1
t It sresthems and sI Capt. W.. W. larny, of DeFaiak, Pensacola Lumber Company. a Said
ta pronWter of Ihea t was in the city yesterday en route to Blount. Blount & Carter. used it, and they ought to know.
a"d Lj aMd keeD n no .al WahIngton o lei business. From W Joan@on Son.
%t C d. brain and there he will go- to Chicago on a short W. J. & B. Forbes. eas o loss
e. It te r t family ". . K erMuldonvtors Co. appetite, loss o flesh, loss of color, tired feeling,
,i dnee o Q science land s alsonm was 4.ed $10 and costs G. A. Waterman.ne s bs. ___m
3d y Seing doctors of aL In the recorder's court yesterday morn J. R. Saunders & Co. | slieplessness, vose, and other symptoms of .. alion, o I began
048,0b tumrA-o u*e w 'ld. tag for selling decayed oysters. He Boston Shoe Store-hl. .k-,
co. ducts a store near the & N. Avery Hardware & Supply o. de te health, t take
t depot. T. A ie nE . Bo For all forms of female pain, like headache, ten weeks I gained 25 pounds. When I begai
aofti N i a e,pains in limbs, dizzy feelings, dragging- take Cardui, I could scarcely wa aoss the
a, _.- noon at 4:50 o'clock at the library. Knowles Hyer. -,Now
me beI w Earle Thorntn. p H ll. down sensations,-all symptoms of female de- mw apwof e day I hat
andal d ,em e reqha uested to b bet
SEric onAxln, Laurel Hill. bity--ke months, and that was for so you can
Sp P.Hed, o ksi n ab Thomas orte. Rde. This gentle, harmless, purely vegetable, medi- I am in good health. I am m better health t
Sda.. where he spoke in the Its tf o fMr. Waterman reports a number
S in h Con- te Independence paartyas returneduf oth ers ashaving promised to join, cmine for women, has been pronounced the best of all I have been for two years, ad cannot say eno
S5 hos n paid" list I en a tdayors ao. the remedies for women of all ages, suffering from any for Cardui.
W~I7 .t~l r Alderman -i. '~. .. ..e..s is out The convention will meet In Colum- e
w YO e. He 'recenby stepd on ebus. Ga.. early next month. and is f the mo disorders peculiar to their sex.Try CarduL You a get it at the nea
aan He sed esavieshe p te erhona-" t e expected to rouqe Georgia to active
ore r n beha. of federal propri. S o writes Mrs. Evfa Bashore, a well-known drug store, with full directions for use. It
_ ----.-.. ..... ..... __j ...,.Pan _nd .... i io or estabrishl aaeoninuos in--_ .e- I r t w d .o use.
d. .n ea -~n .b .5 ..,@c land water communication for barges you-* lady, now of North Manchester, Ind., who help you, as it has helped so many others.
0 6I61aSh Twelve cases were docketed for and psallstamcr.afThe 'MobilePe
i Oa 4 "d T .... small steam craft between Mobile
.L Z .trial in the recorder's court yesterday sacola section. It is believed, would be
. nift. =ge Me'"1 i 1all nof 0 0mornlig. Two eases were transfer- the Arst to be taken in hMnd, epec-
lift.p Oh old and a y p, hor. havc red to the.county court and fines to tally because of the fact that the
i.b clCadeand b3fy the the amount of $58 were assessed in senate in the last congress adopted a
f athe remal.ininglt ca4es. bill providing for a- preliminary sur-
u.D 4e tk te tai" s reste -
.- <, T. D."Sale .-- -t..- ... .-e y. The object of the speociation is
SD eSale tteSale-Davis Co. of to give substantial. oascerted backing
Southport. Fla, arrived In the city yes- to such a bill, or bilI. to both house
Thi L S O, terday. on his way to Southport. He and senate.
"= :V--". was ton Mobile on a l.slness visit, Remittancee for membership can
.,sl ., 1 when be learmd of the destructJon b be made to either G. A. Waterman,
,ire of the alli plant of his com- treasurer, P. O. Box Z16. Pensacola,
pany, and Mtarted at once for his home. or to L. J. Henderson. Secretary. Al-
,,e"f a t alachicola. Dues are $2 a year for
S UPPTy TOLD. The maximum temperature at Pen- individuals; $5 a year for firms and
.. .......' l iil~ltl^^ 12:45 p. m., whbie the sIuim- p wasd __ - __ .o.
on. C. '. of M---.- ..... dKegrees at 6 a. im. a lst y= a o a it lR Si l aad JMnieit I em trial. I respectfully acknowledged re- section of life. liberty and property. -I. r.i wet mst ori .r
I"n t .h I& 1ye10011a of Mar ians l the ae tat M.thm wars 77 c thesam e, t a." S eeipt of the telegram, with the state- rkv Re"Nets It. cI ePtft tn . the i lth.saeu Rorner
In the .ty yesterday oa ort b a- degrees ad t minimum 4 degrees, -m N.-. merit that I was ready to meet the "Of,c- I dee regr th the oc- W I t eo
MmnThe avtverage .Ip .wa for theisdate is My 8"d NklW<61g. *A& -A formal charges if te adjutant gen currency and the situation I fear ho entered Mark Tw
Cdt Cert L. will leve 75 degrees and the average ifnmunm eral insisted that my conduct, record that it will have a tendency to cause P UllC y silverwre because the
today for a visit of three or four ayCap Flournoy Expresses er ed action the state a breach in the esteem and friendly joke--New York Tr
TheOAtlanta Constit.tio runtea .relations between the adjutant gen-
to e. .The Atlanta Constitution runs a Himself Regarding ArrcSt "The adjutant'.e.neral acknowledg- eral an myself. but I am strongly of Now that Police Comaoner Mr. Kern talks of
.- Ha .f 'e .ia ,eputy O"dally cartoon feature entitled "Men -- ed receipt of my telegram by letter. the view tat when the adjutant gen- Bingham baa retracted be esa learned dency a solemnly and
collector of Dl, M depat of Affairsn Atlata." That feature c tr of t in the n its issue of Oct. 22 represented Ar then dressed in th uniform of 1-jutant genera was laboring under te n which he as n someanner got. mouth after having foolishly put t in. pllbearerolk
city on odical bI-ness, and Is regi thur M. Whaley. m'unagr of the J. A' dier, and that they should commit no wrong impression as to my intentions, ten will be removed and that his con- Cincinnati Commercial Trtbuae.
tered at t me samba. Roeblng Sona Co. Mr. Whaley is a ct that would disgrace It or be unbe- he therein stating that my conduct caption of my intentions will be in -- Mr. Depew is now
vis of Ataent a_ ..0-,si former Pensaeol boy, the son of Rev. coming a gentleman: to so deport was susceptible of but one construe- harmony wit-a what my 'Intentions J. D. Rockefeller's new book. called senator." The pity is
dentG. H. P't f Atlanta, Andsve&st P. H. Whaley of this city, and his themselves on their tour of duty as tion, namely: to diregard the orders really were "My Life", s expected to be a best ed a senator at a..-N
rdent of the A- at, & St. And friends here are greatly pleased to to merit the approval of the oicers of my superiors and do as I pleased. is to be regretted." concluded seller, but wat til it olles with can.
L*o.wasIn. city yetert-ay note the evidee. oof his success and of the regular army and to keep up SSuch construction can be given to my Capt. Flouruov. "that some of the "My Trip," by T. R.-Plittsurg Gk
the Interest of rm. prominencel In hb chosen work elsa the high standard of the organiza- conduct only upon the ground that I young men created some slight dis- zette.

with assault ad_ Mhreate~ a WHMEN YOU DECRIMNATE. o Placed Under Arrest application had actually thn approad state troo er' rm are not ausin nearly o V- V..
transferred from the reorder's ourt When you learn what a vast differ- The following day. I believe it was. ed. but such a construction would not not approved by them.' much uneasiness in Europe as the Volunteer Veteran Flu
yesterday to the county court. ence there is ,between ordinary ex- I received a telegram from the adju- only be at variance from my conduct Kaisers personal aneuvers.-Lebaa tons meets at Kaight
tracts and the superior Blue Ribbon, tant general that I was reported ab- and intention as evinced by my mak- S.h Emeralds n ews. Ha the first Friday
There will be a portent meet nothing vut Blue Ribbon will satisfy sent without leave vby th. command- ing application for the qua-i leave of I o SeHlallai hmefalds is a -- J .N.

h s t dar y t t et P o a r have for its bass the bare technical. different from what It s m s to y. ist. a.th ro .. It iE .e e
at 6 p.. m. t*day. .rIty t hat I was absnting irys~f with- There never was an emerald minedto den lt th h e o rhe passn DAUOMTEn O
-* * manPWUt. out leave, that is. without the actual pain, but after the conquest of Peru peope" Rw ord-Herald Nraimne LaD N*. TS
m Williams and Amanda Wright. approval by the governor of the orig- the conquerors brought home great - .-bicago ecu. R-e 5.
both colored, were placed in the oe b i U l inal application. If I had such inten- quantities of loot of which emeralds .'dna Wallace Hopper doesn't see s.tialy *_
Ith adultery woman rIsc ha eN I' n that I would a oe nwrtten t eupe o e ...i....t anything remark.le in a gentleman RE ECCA J. .
* H r ill to have a copy of the same -ent to session of the old Spanish families, ___-
Elsie Kehoe. a white woman, forv Ull L I UIUII V the adjutant general, and as very few had been seen in
lating a promise to Judge Begga of the Rel;, A- .Europe previous to that time all the __ __ __ ___ __ _
criminal court to leave the city within _- '7' clV A rest be st stones soon became classed as fine -
fve days Or serve three months in ...... .. N '""I remained under arrest." contin- old Spanish emeralds. Today the ex-
jall for belbg a lewd person, was lock- A LIST THAT OUMT TO SE LONG- ued Capt. Flournov. "efo. about eight presion still applies to the best emer
ed up In the county jail yesterday. ER AND THEREPORE BETTER- days, wle .. was relieved by wire aids of any soaree.-New York ann. _
Shbe was arrested yesterday by the R AND HE I m 's from- the adjutant general. I'ntil so ar Y S u
meI-AUSF IT MEANS INTELLI- | r,., n relieved I obeyed the arrest as implic . -. ,


are,
ook
and
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after
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the burglars
In's house took
y couldn't take
Ibune.
the vice presal-
seriously as it
@quest to be a
edger-Dispatch.
called a "oil
that he Is call-
ew York Ainert.

.U-AI'IS.
AN FIREMEN
emen's Asiocia-
a of Columbus
In each month.
ANDREWS.
President.

REBEKAN.
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go" 15m dhIsts U t ode at the
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ill t ake t up ale 0 anden -

e pt dor the things fme- t eie
.6 1OEaLmC aW.Progriusaiveity,






lege amd It isn t oee the waMu
~ a ft mve mtngeei of every

a wes alte for te beatte*uAt at at&
fity Its very lkey to happen.




Ubn an ata"I"oady amiP M
t.o demaoratic plea to gamete.
k deposits. f but they deatL balk at
Opsiestive tariff whIthA0 s eytB
4 0 heid-sdamerfa eMs"a Iret"

IA iwAffo r the law to SanalMna
pr Meta to one clas why not to all
u New York Worl*d out It this

W y wbot alawtograntee the

trloa "reB *aoetl" m vaabet? Why
nt a law to guaratee mereha sa"t

&-law to g.a ate tearmers a
"FOMONSble" p Iet s cattle, eadggSJG
atk? ey not a law to guarantee
koolo a a "resnasbhlesurplus of
sMont. ever ezpeftes? Why not guar.
sates everybody, laborer, clerk. salad
tee ewm, swerabhep girl, a remainn.
Wable" gmithng Mahre than be eamgr

f g earatee the satet) of tbak is-
Vomits .hcbhIs for fte good at all the
p6690 wteut dlscri willes, wil


gooda tho a gueraNteeMg prMts,
P*grahle" or otberwie, to a ear-

ipqwn rich through the befactious
of a- etif syOW


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P~UKL. MAYSS,1%&~Wgg .a mwW WNasneWe

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UUSS~PfWest aE
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hsr article a a- aentr shot at
t.e LM and N. B3 K. Co., and .its
denpodo lMilttm of thi section tI
thee words:
It seqma ludicrous to me for the L.
_ N. to kMpO a "iBlgratios agent"
al.tbetinw aromAd and slap every
comer a the te witha 4t fare and
heights that are well-nigh coansaca
tory. It saees I-Np a big bally playing
OM a aup just to -a the pt p aquiram.
a rk Ybu, thee Is somne Sne
l beinU g dome now. The pup
ls.row l SvaL. He wl oor m bable
toa p.JW a4. )esidea several thians
Sea..o i aM., There wil be
_M. tl ati of the d a the future
il the Pest.:
MwTi aMA Is righLt. ThIe pp is
V ig tao t ut the Ioajt -an d s

ebei t 1a state b y aa .arrsega ral.
rsi atim om teus of itsi pe


r-se


The Ohio a es are for ',braker,
ut, Itam and O the time and a large
agepMUMt eC eM are quite UkWlr to
mI1 Ni ald i the pedinc eam&
Res Mr. ahrakar stalks in his teat
s"d I* to =*Aet e rOMsthe
elMOM O Taft. At heart he is
-AWA ttl BMOaino *ma woai prub-
aly be gatlato e -bim defeated. Ba
hgtf the Ohio irroes vote agaiast
?Tat the state wHi go dnocr.Lic, and
while it is t aeertala that the poorr
t of t aewiltt do as the orad mitm
axe hihll favarale gfor achkA. a chan


LMo Ow 4sba e ground with
thW haBe onoa t ad or Mr. Bryan.

Conarepaaq" a Prank Clark, of this
ssote, be rspomied to the call for
spon)Ww d Is up In New York state
w talk. t is behalf tof Mr. Bryan.
IBah CWak i etrait a oa the
BstIp, -e of r Eeat, o ireenm, tac-t
I1 a"ad lainsalm he Ca cem aeas
a*r conuertla a New York repabli.
%ma from -the error of his ways and
i*Utat iml toa "the light as any
Sthe epushdems He Is working on
atahle proomld and if Bryan car-
rims Now Tork some part of the vie-
lTy paY aIrly be credited to the


Capt in Rkemomi P. Hobeon has .s
Wht to be saturated with gloom and
stamped I psammlism Just now in
vr o tof the11 ofdIpatuhes coming
ftem Japsa oMutn of the uaralelled
welcome 0 Eteled to the American
b1et there. Af that is left to him
is to take the p etlon that -the wily
Js don't mea tt and what they real-
ly .wish to to ee every American bat-
tleip at the botts- of the sea."Jst
at pre1sat Catala Hobson Is a war
PybePt without htoor either at bome
or abroad.

bfe Ocala BaMer makes Itself re-
eqopible Saer the statement that Hoke
4S0Mh Is the only man in'Georgta whn
hIe costribted to the matiomal demo-
WMtle cama4. ftad. We hnad thought
htter of the great democracy of Geor-
g8i and if the Beaser is correct the
A IUUYtU UdUU h'5ImiE


*** a Pswr -ave been"- rplauing
la the last ise ofthe DeFniak -ame tall yarMs in cold figures.
.t..... ..smVam"l Varm The Marlimm Times-Courier *a-
ma#s thatI t Is a bard proposition try-
Sto e wet ordad er suncese". wi.th.i a few weeks it
1 .o.settle We..F ida under pFe. wull be published by a company incor-
*a&Uiroat nf ons.I nCon-cm porated for the purpose sad new ma-

--I ,chinery. InacldMi a monotype, will
be installed. The Times-Courier is
PP3 one among the best of the West Flor-,
-- I d ,~ weeldies and we are glad to note
MA this proot of Its increasing prosperity.
There ist othiag like boosting your
ow.n towa. Here is a fine instance
*-F DOD from the Mobile Item which seems to
ar e fully covered the case:


h'gpepard under the personal
ompervi.a of Dr. V. C Price,
whose name as a manufacturer
of pur, food poduca is nation-
al. No breakfast food can com-
pwe with it, as it containss al
the metMta found in dth body.


4apeb am


Nowhere In the scope of this mighty
Aunirlean republic will you find s
city the ma ot Mobile that today
la better ondttmon tmameially, morally,
Indutrly or proessaively.

Over In DePUanal Captain Floaraoy
is a true ethas last the good oause
of tmprovin4be eseieney of the no.
Ida state ttreps and he 8oe down In
If1 pocket to prove it. He offers a


geld medal for the best dried solder
U Oempany K aml a silver eedal for
the s-cond best.


FOR uaCArn~IA CO~'
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AL. Ca MPNY


White, J Geo Weekley. W W
Wilde. Frank Westmark. J M
Wood, John G White. Albert H
Wills. C W White. Henry A
White. Otto E Wortbinofton. G K
Woodman. L M Wynn. Sidney
Ward. Pran,.is Wilkison. S J
Wilson. E M WahL Rudolph
Wright, W E Wedgworth. Jas A
Williams. B W Wemthew-pwm Zeb
Wheat. J L White. Howard L
Wilson, T A White, Howard G
Williams J Ed White, Arthur 0
White. H B Watson. Walter W
Wells, C H Weeks, Guy B
Walter. Harry White, Aelus C
Whitson. James W al lCuea A
Whalen. Wm. Williams- John
Williamns T Wilson. W a
Williams. A 0 WUio. M E
Wilims. Cbhas Wiasa James
Wy m 9 S B Witsmk. B It
WfersoR. John 1 Waterman. Geo A
Wright. clarenee U Washa-tsge. n*
Wagner: WM H WeOaMi. Jaa
Yonge, P K Ynleebaf. A P
Tone. M R Yatesm, John A
Toemp. H M Young, Jon C
yowune. JE D Young. Jehn
Young. Arthur
District o. 14.

Apostle, Nick A a bb Su A
AndeMeI WaIkeg A n te.C W
Allman Rinaldo Amdyr. A
Anderson. John Adams. John
Albreoks. Wm N Andersoaw .arry
Ashton. Cha R *
Brown. Joe Breat, D 0


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sweemey. V M
Thbapaeou. Andrew
ThIroef. Thor B
Trobek, B J
T er. R
Williams, L W
Warren, A F
Witson. C
Webb, John
WZ= Arthur C
Walsh, John J
Wright. Gee W
Watwn. J C
Woo~ A L
Weser. A D
Weelfey. J C
District

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A a GeUrg


n. H H
Turtle J E
UTTd r. Thomas
Varnon. R. X
Watson. WW
White. L R
Wa en.eim ( any
Webb U B
Wullams, Wma H







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THE P 4-RA ACDYMOUGCTOSER IK 1906.


.AD LA
Prewern. I wTB-L c
Fu uk O liver w p A
Fou Maa nel st er

SFaulkat. J arBie
enemtng. 3 M Padin, James
Georse, Carrol yr, Sam B
mopt, IW L Vie'nt.j
Georg, Alteo V Green. nD
Manasle, J l eOlurD. F isx
Gon.ales. Manuel GO FrinM
Gainer. Dvid Gebberdt. er
GHore. Nick l, a z

Oelsan. jL Gadter. Vank B
Manmak. W J Harrison. J H
Heamab. T V Heanceck, C A
Hutchinson. W H 1srrtnEX L
Hasio. J W Mahn. W L
Hunt., F OHiMburn, F
Meklt Grandison m arrls, W a
a ,mnar% G0 C aore, W C
arrtson, Albert ah Malcom
Hsarrisan, Noah Ha nl,
n e'autman, J lHoe. m,
Hall. T H Hull, El E
>autemasa, Chas 42sMi Ges
Seraonan. A R Ha Bury E
* otd v. M oJ wed, J
HaIL CL Hamaten. John H
HLhey, L L ayes, Fracis w
iago W L winD
Hsfuoa. Alexander Muel T
war. Pus Krsto Cha
K :treU.u, JS
lobam. John J- pbs. Man ett


Jackson. Edward Johnsona. Philip
Jones. Theo Jackson, Will
Jonesr. Harvey Joa LIomas
Jones. Reune In Jnon. WA NA
Jonea, Henry Jo Jo A






Jorenno g J R0 J ten. R
Jobn. AGeorge Keuth.'Cla d H
Kahn. dey Ketchum, Cs H
atS. Gus Kendrick, Ca

Kelly, H 1 Kerle, Arthur
Katterer, W Kele. AnJohen M
Lind. John F M Et74
Leftln. Scott M Lacka JYes B
Lowey.* Henry Larsn. Tomas
LAMbetick Anty Lawson. Alben N
Dear. John LaTW. T A
Lindsr. F, R LaFrancols. A
Lee.9 P4ip Lewis, WV L
cle James AM Men ey, Jrry
L.oonard, S a Lee. 8iere.








MOrenOF T J M- ,tt. OL R
Coreno. CA McMilan, A C
alolry, SoJ mon Mca ee. W A
bTovma. Nelson Neo Peter K
itton A He or, red B
eNio, Juus R Ow R J
Oliver. J Frank P no,Abr Edwar








PLetter, Geo Powl a i
Murpy.D J Theath, Ja mes








Peler, j Peter. Anrthr
igier. Al beSrtSe A C
Wanson. Henry MerrItt. Marvin
Itecher. H G Pitchell, Jame s
e. F MGeoNphy.J Allen J
"ler. J ry
-Msrcn. Goo T Mesween. A C
McConau y.. J T cVoy. V P
McMrker, AR J PiMeK ey W H
Meteren, Art Pars J w.
McClure. C E BHMe l.a, A 0
McClure J Sim Mcwee, IV
McGovern Ned Nson, PJter K
Nicolokon, D N NeA an, .Me Her
icolson. R L Nettles, wJame
Nix. Jaa R Owens. ltr
Oliver. Joe A Prestonon. Edward
Peer, Geo Powelts Hebet
eiuere. The otPine. JoeH
s, r John RoPalmer, H C
Powley.er, J S RoPeter. Arthur
hehlave, W- H ePraell, WiJ
Plfer, Co Perts, James B
feiffer. Geo. Jr Pledges, J HInton
'hfelier. H ry Perkint. enrl .
7eake, Ed Pratt. UnpayiM
huttierce. Lworth DPfeD cher,rn.o C
parsons, rlie Packttrood, J
tarker, R J Plerites. V
eters. Artis Parrish. Chn W
:wend. S Phtokps. Jesse
Porter. C U eteian. John D
ymith. k C











Pllockan. J A J Quia, M
Quina. P C Quin&, W B
ithi C M A Quina. v G
Qumithna. J F Lottood eus
Roch, Ma L RCha. A E
teilly. Frank Rotherand. M J











nes. Peter cn. WM Jalter B
miths. D i Cay. J T
ogmiters, Jo Richardson. Jno R
tRoiasc, m W Roberts Herbert 8
Stoslque, H Roth. Joe
Rocheblave. B Ramsey, James
Rlooh. E P Robiansn. Wille
Roberts, R B Reedry, Lo ls
Roberts J F TRoers. Henry
Rims, Fair Rogers. John G
Rowley. W TaRoberts, Joe
Roberts, Ross
Rouart. Jheave W H Sewell. F
Sublett, R W Sewell, C G
Sims. Veo npencer. Clas
Sheffield. Henr WSalter. PaulT
Shutt worth. D D Schenburn. P L
Stew*-t, Charlie Apottawood. Ed
Stokes, John Sawyer. Jasses E
























Valleat. La M Welch. T J


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~UK~i L. ?1Aoyu L TIU3D&T 31031N, t UK24. 19".


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LATEST STYLES IN IURNFrUR^ AND

,-FLOOR COVERINGS --

Women curious to learn what Fashion bo- in store for thanem in Ftrniture
and Floor Coverings this Fal and Wminter a diy mvited to our big store.
Th. new furniture and oor coveringswe g wi te th in so many
words. Quality and Style has been the waikwordb in thae contr0ctioa of every
pocn exhibition and when yoz become the owner it amns tat your grand-
c mdren will highly prize every p]ece of it.
Rockers $5 to $90. Dressers $10 to $1. Iron Beds $3 to $25. Side.
boards $1s to $50.





MARSTON & QUINA

Phaone 14. 1010 SPatlafox St. Pe co u

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.W J Isgagince, James
- Be. Morris as howard T
e J 2 J 1rton. Clyde A


BLS nI. T W Bare. Thea
NB .D Bm.a. freB 8
B11 an. 0 JaseB nWlDiu ghJty. A
=NG H Xm su H H
Brown, James W BT uThus F
Sears, TD DBernard. B 8

Batts. 3E Bnetray. H L
Bulock, J W. Jr Brown, W J
Baufell, Hemann "ank", Arthur
Bre-nt. T W Barnes, Frank
Brewte, B C alk Jin
BedIaNe. EM Boswell. Premasa
Benaty. C D rars.f J
Boolkay. P J Cohen, MX
Coleman. Joseph Carselius. Jack
Crevey, J Z Colvin. John
Carmaose. Peter Caesar Chretia3
Carl% Geo R Cox, Cnas N
ooley Geo Conneey. John
Coe.J M XCampbe, Raskie
Crosby, H P Crea- IR L .L
Cralg. E R CrawforA, J T 0
CT CarroB. Wa, H
~~r, J N hurchill, Aaron W
Cooney. F 8, Jr Chanler. Chas B
C ,rtc Ca'rter Cark, Chas H
Cocerems. D Cole. Those C
Cluiea. GUs Campbel. PateU
,CIlek F O Cawsy. Jan G
MCark, ME (*wasn, inl
Carter. J C Collins. Rudolph J
Dunweody, B Danahelseer,. it
Davis. John DyAlembert.e H T
Dmnweody, J p D BaDlo
anlets, Abe I Daniels. Julius
."avis. B T Dia, 1mlio. Jr
ZAlemberte- C W or r, A A /
Day., JoDan a on, David
.Deham, K S DeGroes, Jesse
Derr. J W Daniels. John
Evans. C A
=masuek Geo J Fobs, J J
alott, E W Fowler, T A
English. P S Freeman. H
vans, C E Fullerton. Robt
rvin, Gavin PFish., J P
.gan, Pat orchemer. Ben
#mundson, Horace Fvench 80 G
heoffbo Fred B E emnlng4 La L
Forcheimer, 0 Frajre. John H
Fly..m. J X 7arguarsn. Walter
'oretelnmer, 1 0G 0 arnsworth, HBrace
Gosales. S R Gagnet. Z B
Gosale. G W Griggs. J H
Godfry, Tom Grant. Joseph J
Green, tL Huton Gagnet. Joseph
Goldstucker, K H Gagnet Henry
Gagnet. Edward Geeker. B
Gilmre. Fred Grant. Frank J
Grant, C 3 o ugh Iner, I
Gon:: G L G kufen her. J B
aOthl y. Felix Green. lmer. I
Greenwood, B Gibson. John G
Gundnmanden, H Gladden, B L
Gristh. Job nH
Rerron, J 8 Iycr. A M
Hagerman. F B Hirsehkovitz. J
Ferachovits, Hughe., Wmn W
He ler. Powell Harper. R F
r W K, Jr. errtmnte Jeff K.
= L B Harr Arthur C
Hirachman, I Hand. Geo
"0e1111 The Hyer. A Maron
'olmaes. Chas Hester. John C
laaselborgs. Horace Hughes, Joseph A
baxltUt, Jack Harman. Henry F
9ana*n. Gua Halstead. Herley r
3Uas, John Henaeasey. Osb6rne
,arrey. E L Hollenbach. Godfrty
M *arrl. Charles Harrison. W T
Hancock. B 8 Hall. J Dan
Mlrachbnan. B Reffner, Fred J
Henley. Wllber S Harris. J B
Harrison. H Holden, J W
larrson. D Hicte, Joe A
lumphreys. Gad Hall, WHiimer 8
Humn a Frank
rel Sam Johnson. Jo. I
Johnson. Matthew Johnson. M G
Johnson, I H Jones, Cadwallader
-.ohnson. Christian Joee. Johnr C
Johnson, Chris Jones, W 8
Justus, C as Jacoby, Las
Jacoby. Joe Jacoby. Joe L
Jones. W Chipley Johnson. Oscar
Johnson. A K Jourdan, King
Kugelman. Dave Kennedy. Thom H
Klein. Fred Kovach. Chris
Kealar. W DeC. Keathg. Thoe
Kntg. Thoa Keefe. J J
Kalley, Daniel J Ker., P N
Klerce, Moses Kufrian. Chas H.
LeBaron. Lea l N
iachkof. A Latam. Ernest
aLibehkeff. Moes Leaslass, W C
Langford. C B Lagfeed, C L
Langley. Gee Lybrand. Chas P
Latham, Ruasell Levy, Dave
Lawrence e W IVLanferd. Ef11r P
Lansford, CO Lltman. s 8
Ladsay. Mical Law, Jeff
our-ti.yJ. z K Linsey, Ralph N
err'tt, C Ber Mrisey. J r
Merritt. J A Miller. J LI
sabson. C ItFarpn Wm J
Maxwell.,E C MS e, Ashby
kalno. John llltte Bt L
Moore, Joe oore, oba
sadden. Sami E Morris, W
Mann. John W f Marshall Oliver
Miner, Harvey Mock, Thoa a
Miner. Those. Jr Maloney. Jack
Markenkel. Ernest Maurs. Frank
Merlin, Paul Mattis, Viscense
Mooe. A Miller. Hugh
Meade. F R Malachis. Andrew
McDonald. Martin McGinnis. Wm
McMDian. D W cDonald. Dan
Vciatchy. Michael McHafh, Pat
McGraw, Jane McHu h. J p
McLeod. James cVarish. Wmn P
McGunkin. Jas D McKlnna. Wm J
kcKay. John McMillan. Arthur
Mcintyre, Albert MeDonald. John A
McKlnna. W J McDonald. Jay
McVoy.* Joseph, Jr MeVoy. Cites L
Ner. G Nealeans. W H
Naass. A B Nicola, Joseph 8
O'Brien, James Owen, Henry B
O'8hea, Edward O'ConelM. JJ
Odium. Loano O'Brien. Jaa. Jr
O'Connor. J P ..s en. Peter
Plerpont, J H Pohbaan. Heary
Prather. Aalen Pailas. Vie
Pftet.r, H Peterason. Parker B
Porter, J Clerk Pierce. Walter
Porter. Frank Parker, Clemaent W
Petersen,. P Payne, GeMer L
Peacock. AF Potr, D C
Qulna..Ed Gale Reed. J X:
Quinna, Robt 8 Ralk. Chas
Qutna, E I Reese, R E
Quina, Horace J Roper, J M
Riera. Albert R aon.W K
Reed, D B Rupert. J G
Riera. Albert. Jr Rupert, Thoee 0
Reed. D B. Jr Rupert. Joe M
Riera, H Rosendahl. Aleax W
Rupert, J C lRuert. o
Riera a RC. iCbert Ls
Roteran, N P Roe. Carl
Robinson. Tmo C
Sleeambeo Sawyer, Kemp
Saataman. E enSin. Leon
Steamns, Jamne Seller, Cubbert
Sciad. C F Selix.M


Andrews, P T
AdAms, 0 Jack
Alston. C H
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3Csel, James
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Caisteo. John
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aouss. Robert
=kqpes. Paul


upeitgr Whitfield
Xlavenpow-t, L S
Uareels, F.x
atwon,, M D
ftoSovan. R 0
.Dougherty. J B
elAlemberte, A 31
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Allen. Geo H
Alexander. A
Arnltte. Clyde 0
Allen. Lee
Benjamin. Hend'san
Brown, Sherman
BeDoit. J J
Brown. Guas
Brown. M
Brown. J H
Baelmoimy. Victor
Borr.V A
Bell, Gregory
Bonifay. C A
Brown. Ed
Bowen. D E
Bicker, W R
Buck, Fred M
r Barr, RD C
Brane, Oscar
-randon, Jack
Brown. Joseph D
Bell, Peter
Brown, J W
Bresnaham. H A
Bonifay, F F
Borras. Theodore
Barrios Theodore
Butler. Daniel
Beanett, W J
Bonufay. J
Brown. L F
BowVes, 8 J
Brown Joseph. Jr
Bernet. Chasa
Benson. Andrew S
Baney, Dick R
Brent, F C
Brent. F C. Jr
Sennett, Ca a E
SBontfay. Wm F
Bowen. Tom
Bowmur. Edward
Brent. Gee S
Brown, Wm Henry
Boaso. Willie
Badger. Percle
menl, Marlin
Brown. Thoa H
Bureh. Nathan
Bradley, I B
Burton, John L
Branley, Also
Bowman. F 8
Brown. 0 M
Byrd. B H
Butts. Wesley
Barnes. Genrel
Bradford. Edward
Brown. Dan
Bertholomy Theo
Blue, Jesse B
BUdwell. Wm F
Bennett. Rob H
Blake. LeRoy
Bannerman. C 1L
Carter. ThWo
Caro, Jim
.Crepg. Bishop
Cunningham. D J
Crockett. Lawrence
Coins, Geo W
Crockett. E
Clifford, H DL
Clark. Cha
Cassldy. J C
SCrook Andrews
CaldwelL. Wm
Comer. W J
Conner, Wm H. Jr
Crona. 0 G
Castlilo. F DOll
Colvin C
Coe. Calburt
Caro. James P
Clow, Martin
Conmr. W H
Cashman. H L
Cashman. D L
Cushmar H C
Chrockett, Robt
Cinoni, Bernado
Colegero Nick
Conner, R
Culver. Ed
Condon, Nick
Clark. S P
Clark. James A
Condon, Geo.
CampbelL. John L
C n. Grover
CarrolL Frank X
Caro, Ernest R
Conway, George A
Crowson. John C
Churchill Raym'd J
Chris, Pauline P
Cren. Walter


Cooper. William
Collins, Manir
Cook, Earl
Cole. Wm A
Caldwell. F R
Collins, Jas
Copeland, J D
Cavanaugh, John
Dennis, B F
Douglas. A M
Dorsey, Wm
Dix, Forest
JEh.wl, R P
DeBoyst, Rtobt
Ditmrs. Ed
Donaboe, ZB D,
Eervllas. Frank
Dabrire, Jack
Delano, Peter
DeLand. E
Degan, Arnold
Davidson. Stephen 0
Dansby. Geo
Davis. Lem
Doteon, BenJ
Davis. William
Dupont, Wilbert
Dawson, Milton
Dunn. John
Davidson. Harris
Dariere, Adolph
uDavis, W m
Davis, Ge. WV

Elchwald. R
lrdnnmdvOn, J R
Edmundson. R L
English. Wrm F
Everett. Chaa
Foster, Perry
Foster. Lucius
Franklin. Enoch
Fair, Thomas
Ferguson, F
Flores, Michael J
Favorite. A
Finney. J F
Flemminxg. C L
Farinas, Ed
Finney. E D
Foley, Matthew
Fowler. M A
Forest. R C
Faust Chas
Frenkel, Clarence M
Ferrall. Wm B
Flillnmgi. Wm C
Funney, Geo F
Prater, Harry L

Fmer,, N IV


Simpson, H L Smith, Carl W
Schmitz. A E Swanson. Peter A
Smith. W A Siley. Julius 8
Sl Joe 8tagno. Dominie
Stcno M nl Sm ith. Knowles
Scott. E Sheean John
Stearns. P J Seeley. JO I
Sorensen. Harris Stagno. Peter
Stokes, John E Sp!txer, Chas A
Stainon. T G hea W
Scnhmitz. N J. Jr Sptt. Andrew
Sbuttleworth. J G Stubbs. Wm H
Sarmtnt. Chas Sutcltfe. Geram D
Sitb.J T S_ mmons. J B


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Farinas. C J Perens W2iain
Foss. Thomas trk
Forum. C' W Freeman Felix
Priedman; S A Pergusaon., John
Frori. Grani
inllingim. R J Foercbeimer, Fd
Fernandes. Tay Fair. maary
qonselea M L Oarrimeas Hal
Gonvales. BJ Gun, A
Gonxales, C H Gaent. J M
Gopalex. 0 A Goods L D
Goenales. 8 J Ottan. P j
Glenn. Sampsn Grabmm Jameb K
Gorice. Tha s S G eoldst8 a I



Guottman. J B Gasew. Gor
Green. Jon Gae er. Gas
Galma n Frank Gu-aa lmer. B
dU not.L D Omer, Ri
GraeR V Graham, John H
Gonxales. W C Gonsie. Felix C
Goes J D Guillott, E A
Garrett. Louis Grfgta. Clinton
Garrett, T E Gattman. Louis B
Gardner Jack Oebbard. Nathan
Geele. Henry F oue. J IW
Graham. Thomas Gaines, Payton
Gonsalek. H T Genmran. Aumta
Gonzales. I GU r Jeddie
Gonzales, Henry Gimeore, Joe
Gonxale.L R E rner, Henry
Gainer. B P Grce, Herman B
Gonsaex, W R Grice, GoR
Gonale. Joseph Grifbam, Caslus
Grion, Herman Gray. J A
Gibson. Ben Jr Green. Roly C
Gamren. Ed Gamlin. Alex T
Green. J Gaa Alden J
Hart, Martin fardy, C J
Hanson. John Hbymes, P L
Hart. Ed Hargis. Robt B/
Hyer. W K Sr =oltso, Wm M
Hyer, Knowles 3J eson. C R
Hayn, HPeter wta&. W L
Heffron, James W annen. Louis
Hartman, Chas >n Pery S
Hernandes, .Rudolph ua. Ban
Hill. N A iayses, Chas R
Humpinreys, F C iurey. Jeremiah
HeOedicI, W H offman, IC
Hannah, Philip owe=n. Jo. J
Hamilton, R B Harvmw, J
Hupt. Thomas H HlL J B
Herandme. Wm Varford. F B
Hansen. H T Hahn. Theo
Hoffman. L W ordse. Henry
Harris, C A endrcks.Gp
Hal. W H =olmeldWm V
Hilton. W H ;fargis Geoo J
Hendricks. J D hse, Wim H
Hansen. James Hangans, Dsrtba
Huff. 0 M o-ester. Gao W
Hughes. W J Jols. Celestiae
Hay. JGordon Hwe. Chas W
Henricks. C F Hoist. Victor
Howe, W D HalL Moses
Holm. Jobn BHoist, Victor Jr
Harrtison.NE amnd. Bd A
Hedstrom. CGus oa John A
Holly, Jack ]Ra '.eorge
HUilton, Neheme ister, John
Hollis. U Kolmes, ( C B
Harris Robt Hill. Ed
Harvey. -James Hanmaon, Dos
Hix. Thomas Holmoan, Griffin T
Hamilton, Wesley ohaos1 John
Hamilton. Thomas _olt, Th_ La
Hill. John A elmw,'M JI
Hicks, Joseoh Hubeerd, Joe
Hardy. Jackson Holy. Go
Haawen Asberry Bimdeman. d
Hatton. J T Ternaniex. Philip
Iverson, Jame .Vhm Walker
Jones. John B John Gor
Johnson, Thoans Johausn. CHarlo
Johnson. O us Johnson. J L
Johnson. C W Johnson. John
Jones. Frank A Jones. Edward Jr
Johnson. Wm M Joano. J3 D
Judge, Anthony Johnnon, Chas G
Jerome. Simon ,Johnson, Frank
Jones. L A ."Johbon. Martin
Johnson, Johnnime Joaon, J F
Johnson.. Carl T Jolly. J N
Jones, P W Johnpon, Tom
Johnson. Frank Joson, Harrison
Johnson. 0aW Jeoraon. B W
Jones. W M Joas Alfred
Johanson ourgan Jaeaona, Janme
Johnson, S A Jocksoc6 John
.Johnson, Freeman Johnson, Dave
Jackson, J3 Johnson, Ged
Jackson, Robert Johnoan. Albert
Johnson. John Jackson, Ella
Johnson, Joseph Johnson, San
Jenkns, Wille Jordan, B A
Jackson. Will Jackaon. Frank
Jackson. Andrew Jordan, A
Jones, Dolas Jo hnbason, Fank
Jones. DoWg la
Kelley. Jame Keeg, Jn
Keller. bt Keelson, C B
Keating. Mike Kaumn. L 0
Kelly. John King, J L
Kramer. Frank KI a, B F
Kirschoffer, Eugene Kirk J D
Keaten. T E Konstdnser. K F
Kage, Wm C Kaul. Chas
Klein, Wm F- KaUnJ. Jon
Kanen. IJ W Ktedtler,A athis
Keyser, Joe C KaPdtta, Prank
Kage. H J Kefwrm JP
Kearns. J B IKel, James T
Keuster. 0 M Kta Manuel
Killer, Zeby KUPria GeoO
Knox. Charlie
Lewis, W M Lewi,. Joll e
Lewis. Clinton Law. JOA
Lewis. J P Lewis, T L
Lowery. Haary Lucas. Tom
Landseller, W B Lee. Isaac
Lee. Chas W Lee. Walter
Ticata. Joe er aLvalette, Fred
Lasster. Henry Lnord J P
loewey. M M Lawrence, R
Tl.andrum, B A Lindenstruth, Peter
Lawson. John C LOrameV C '
Lockwood, Gea Lawrence, B R
Lucas. Alfred wery. J r
Lawrence, W 8 _Larue, Manuel 0
Lovett, James Lery, Moats
Lsangord. Jack Levy, Joseph
Lewis. Cash A Lnbbea. 0 A
Ltcatl. T M -idebom, W R

Lagos. Joe Lawson. Frank W
Largue. Clement Lind. Walter
Lanagon. John Lister. W i1
Lovett. J S. Jr Lewey. John F
Leeds, Cnas W Lousberry, W N
Langley, J M Fr Ucate, Joa L
Levy. F P Lena. James
Lopes, Ianier, Anderson

Lassier. Afx La rbl Tnee
March, James Mitebell. Nick


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UTASute. S(30 aerp M Pater
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Mallow Then i~r John La
Meousay. Joe =-I. Julius,
Maques. Joseph, Sr Wa. Lobt B
VAaker. CGOO A XM535Albert
Wse.a H Merril Ge. W
71900" C A Matthews.' W a
WIUfle,1r. Chas Vathewv6, ReM
Marques, JOsePh, Jr Mal~ne William
Max-wec, P D Madow. Nick
Main. 5 0G)iAdson, W H
Merritt. M D ManeCa.
Mathews, jeane Mato.,Hardy
MatewEli ILCCuals ,T R
Uordis. WM VCnabjR
KeemR .aC M i.K B
Ilkors, war Vcfuy, X R
IMeasky, Mathow MoRse. La C
3NeCfay. Sam McNichols..jobs
mcciow.John Mc~air. E
Ve~adR.Cba 3Mccrasa5. J W
MCCWWVe. Juison XeDISll. Edward X
Mcae,'o James hJaghlf. ve"
Ucxinney. Wm vic~a WA
WIeneaie. leJ, V 3m
ACcCI~skey* 1 coray.V3A
MaMcree, louis
McNair, J T V~55 Alex
McNair. F L SMalisyAleanier
VcClain, Columbus
Norris.,FrankNolm ~WIn
Xortbruv, W H Nicholans. Henry
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Nayor.Wm Newman. it
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Oiusser, W Frank

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Muowell, W Bi :Perry, C1)t0
F"1erc6, John 7to Imak
Piwersn.James 710100111.Rphicar
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PritL WalteCr Plaewe. HR
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PewdL W X Packrde. 3 cbym
Pate. John P-edaaih. K R
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Rivers, ALev
payter. Dan Cka

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Robrs.eHaile. Aeerx
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StJclwey A ex Sevles. Richard

sundiny. John Jr 8006PWaul
Sqcruggs.Peter *S-tud, Relubens
Solair. Angelo nunliY. Johnl
Shire, Salvador 8Spanklf.Ed
Sphiller. L Sdequst icDe
&eunders, Z E :=V Jaobw
Steemns JU Uevraace, ~John~
sano. he e=Arche G (
Sunoi.Wn 1 una, C C
StarnL jWs, Th. Shelbs, W D
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.AGED n- wo. to Mr. ami Nm. Ao n S -el -
S.. a Monday night last. a e boy.
Lim- " rv"~ Wedneday into IS aayA .
, : *; ..... "** AtIIlmium, * ...- +1- l gat was enjoyed by all presenting


48 Ia na., .. ...,fMysin t6 I outMeerStant see s soe an IteR
impoatttenI em.thy paceineihh
F: *^ .,' r -" " ~g^. + ""*U U. UUB.I.--.a A."..Jim ARD DWlklaeont55-eo. -a-on"our Spo- g
,drstreets today. Mr. WUkason ha Ivory

7.. CAGED RETUDENT RWY.O O lEN, ,T.a vit. A:dain.o SMot
WC.- "O f y cn d te his week on b ne
e -. -.. AWAY YESTERDAY MvOMINs f o Our f armers are-interested In on-
T O W, A y m. th about Mei aerta Stre, and that's ie on culture, and seed is quite an Item. 1 V
STO BE ACED AT RET TH importance they place in their chil- We are needing rata very much at his bo



It.-Mihael's ct- dre's department, Ther iwst ie t. Mr.lueand ters rJoe.a ees vised his itt
CEMETERY*. t Dan atve atld So PROPed-tY, and. MOTHERS. l oral this week. u Thel



landand came to thiscoury,.y ca a them down alone so Mr. Ls rsGed his oldoo so,
SThe feral rvie Me. ar- e they will be attended an4- tted we pany. John Rchboure was taken in with
og at D e who diet |s ter. win alway the beat, assure Roes inst as if you were witi hiFrank Carter and Will Liston are CVe

S- y paro them, as the children of today are visiting Montgmery thi week. Crea
o'clock at St. Michaels church, and -The Wa|lter LOWy Cs. the men and women if tomorrow and The payd. carab some of tae boys all th


f ?_^B^ f. row.- years, but for the ortege wll re t@ we- -aue -to ei --egld- r-dnsdy
St. Michael's cemetery we ale their trade. Only 0,0 "BROMO QUININE" leaves


nSheIs wilrvIvl by twopla oe a"ttwo.
ma rs. benta a ate i. So send them around for all their That is LAXATIV BROO QUIN ti
-- -r.aDMur.&WeUrj..Sto_, rm_ aofBntJa. nt t rsM EYERN5HS. Look for the signature of E W.C
lwa r n lad and cane to this country, land* *Soes GROVE. Used the World over to
eastrtlto voice, remiard a beautiful Ing at New Orleans, In the early BE Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.




y a .oa d etUted nHi yeTheir Spar- 50s. CShe resided thero0 ma, o The board of trade and c ,
A Iter -53o at We *s tld erlih." t- years, but eor the oast forty yA.r3 .- G raham, o Sa $to and


come thm baeX. W..-Connors. T I
,It will be learned with regret that innnland Waterways A atand Warrand to
Inm-A Miss* PERS ons ON s veTMION at- tlhe 1,In surey byn atth t t V POP t-I
S he ofer aunt, Mrs. S. F. mChipley. nu. ll nd waterway
S-Mrs. W r. D C.hbrley ree. J. Stor ued y erty, of BrentA Jas. Doerty, that ve
I6 day afexted rno e today from dmer spentJaa C. Clark and Mrs E. M. Woo* The tE INLAND WATERWAYS. h


Si r ete wiahtwal trip to Connectict New or The following will act as paibear- .,j et UmIs.er .r olks Editor Pensacola Journal: l
Marty, and C. Before returning M rs. J F Crona, J. M. Cro Ja. The board of trade and civi bdes,
A A tBt t'lorie many friends w be delighted to we. Kelly A. J. Graham JO. ato and So Palafox treet city councils and county commission-


come the back. W. H. ConrChpley is er of the souf then stacksovlle Board have
S now w be Mreand Mrs. Joh Megrwell that g company, was at m Inland Waterways Assoremme ation and- their ten
-. -. t t- i In, I - 1 M- Jelly Jones is very ill at t.l of lutions as aort the movement to eonr
g SHE DIED YESTERDAY MORN4ING polal toe JeAmmaL the interests of his company. "Resolved. Tht te Jacks e mht
4 1ealas id 'W a Mrs. W. .1 es raccompanied AT AT HE OM mOct .Mr President B.F. Jernigan ofhe o Trade tht e-
faMs1 s R latchOd Tif e. daby Dlafte.ooo from aemmer speent 1 1a The omany, of Sl shtaken m embte Guf oas the Penasacola Tallahas
Sa wedng b weguest for ome AFTERLLNESwetoWalnut Hil BendaynBea returned yesterday f.od abus way asysociton. .men and g
S wth haer n Mr. Dudley Cply, AFTER A LINGERING ILLN t .mu la.. Oct 23- Chamber of Commere the Jack. services at
Maall N C. Before retiring Mrs. O FEE McArthur. eral uperof week wtth a sonville Board of Trad being contir seem
SM WOIN ey e. as. r. Chapley e i the Escambia Land and Manuof R. 0. Bookeactur- to those of the Jacksoville Board ons haved
itawd" gm*, now eatU Mr, .and Mrs. John Mawell as y ws at Flmaton acou- of Trade is recommended. The rear their inten
we e-'' afe a--L- 5qmb tathe beM eI" .n cawl of Plelsant Grove e of days last week lonhts ao. Inland Waterway afoUlows: The chbly sustarc
SIIK i 6a*Irl:=r e l n HE dIED YESTEsyit-AY MORNING ap*en or The Jouma. the interests of his company. "Resolved. That the Jacksec M.r aAville a-,-e-'ght, and w
0resmle styl he, and their war al Mrt. W H.e Steaand aMrom.anied M M Mar McKIAuaour wl.e, Oct. S 3.-Mr. Mc- President B. F. Jernigan of the Board of Trade app.y Tor member. srvicBe pe



S W S.awd4t&g bgld f Nd has&q ben he gBest for some AFTER A LINed yes RIay ILLNE M a went to Waut ill Sunday. Bved returned yesteaay f a bs- way association and
4% r- -w.sman at ad Whileto r Mobetheir McK Sunday. ear Be they have been spensaola. ng"Reolved. Tha the onve ovillde eIn spite
"8110.I a meo M oao Sf "Oas eo Mr. andd MmE leT r Nowill . ?er A, ToNnt awe B H = ited relatives tre yested.y romA. Mlton, here- Rel.f Thst Ge.,ee, of -. -r
I yellow Mr I3s days at Walnut Hill. Mrs. MeLood's parents. as the Gulf Coast InlandW Waterway The Dar
I.rb ...IM I S. W.M. JaclfksonandeGeorgedLasnch. Mrs. Henry C. .McDowel i. spe3 committee of thia btord, wae duty J- s
Ss irlted s le Mr. mirs.Willam Bmayan are the deceased bad been despaired Lof. a Mrs. West Mate, of n. wi also visit Mrs. Joa C. Daniels, late the Interest of Jaeksoavllle and r.
S. m th M w. H T de eaT had rec the p swh eeSey. her niece, at Flomaton. before she the peninsular eies therewith, sad a
Alm "of...f Nort4p, Wt Gregory street. of years, and is survived by a hus RicharHd Hd .,af ion, c returns home have full chae of all matters per- lht, mu
andORichard-....... ".,- ...... of- ---- o
Wee-p s ay ms -. .. .. ..-band, one son and three daughters, ed here Tuesday last. Mr. Wiliam Henry Bass, our et- taing thereto. tu
g i, aerelhem Ths ciy. eaas. Proctor and Taylor. of ea fictent county surveyor, was the guest Membership ees are as follows: making va
Stiat" whl h_ r aothat she-Is T to be oat The uneral services w2ie e thoni- Iino, were here Sat uray. Suay.ioer
--- tOducted at the family reillee ofhH.C.:_vWillat u idrIndmidualsr $2.00. wieooer
tbf -B .- Mrs. Guster ipre is the guest of morning at 11 o'clock. Fre Cobb went to Polly Watson, who his been trheatons, pnttl or ohp
Se .. ~e~~er mother, Mrs. Welch, in Montgom -- Mr. and Mrs. Emanoel wrubbs, r.,"pendin some timewith her a- a s" m iP or pop- E chAr
ithe GoiadeaA Street cry. of Dyes, Ala.. were bere Monday. ter, Mrs. William McCorry, in MU- ulation of 400 or less, $12.50. Ae
Me -%l 4irwh I*t. I... -.who BLUPP SPRINGS a Mr. Joba Underwood, of Enon, stonhas mret nd hom rel. 40 to 600.es2
.... -----0 Mrs--the atWt oe, "o account of ..... ---s - "--."D .. c"ine"t riously in at the home of his unclee IBL&ND J. H R8ON, ,ey. "S ..
/ =WftSscan^^ ^ rlt fever aEntielyrecovered apcuut 1110 Se^m and
SU* XS ff w.-n An % ad wasaot-*y disc-awd by the Bluff Springs, Oct. 23.-M. B. Do the uxcutcof Mr. %SD owhIs up aialn and able to visit the
a watioe dead for the week. attending physician. live, of Mobile, and John Reynolds, of ofGnwood. pGres eesn Itereost soie
a A t Me TOAY who hasMa ve Tistlno in Pe Orean.Mrs. G.. I.Sanders last week. rd Reynolds died Mnday. and the WUla McCorry and =a,.
m IV .TOD. who hs b vist ig PDr. F. C. Kersey. of NeW O olenrmain twere inthed Tuesday atLeon.ofMln oent" e at ardy ninht
StS i oeaeoa for several months. lent last night on an eye specialist, was the guest or. chapel. L, o Milton ent today nfht
6 =4 0%W occur i t oftyI tofe the qlst r ty for- heer ome. Mc- and Mrs. G. ISaders aset W Dwitrh Hon. Milton Watson and family, a Pr t<
lue i the fer f.ml al l or c mpMaed by, li.e Miss Jorethen ne.day. W M. MeCon-y's brother. a ah aoreg
r g rrM ltl Schock. Tey will spend two or Miss Francis Harvard, of Perdido, M r. Ula Bene F one of Cead
P to tle y.wllSi tw red .ro.Mrs. Uoa Belle Finley, one of Cen-
t- hree d ys Mobile an then d pro was the guest of the- Rev. and ,Mrs. .vn l.tury's ft.aet and-most accomplished | --
SWi-o-- -- -ket a ...air 'ad eased to NeW .Orleans,, where Missa. Flilngim for ad twod .r -.----- de -aughs, i viiting her aunt, Mrs.
.lt lTrsdan e ring .. . __I to, A.F. i w m ntore v dn" /c I>ks.l II .ImI IK tS^ Suei M.W -er-). i- wife ..
be e"nd si- --- 'w CAK---A-ITH-EMr. and Mrs George Taplis moved e, I d from South Florida and are The smack Edga dall, of M


IF^ ,* .C....i. s"t 'O e" a U----LE. _l. g ta.. -"I"a"i.s wentg p, Mb l I J o 1\ i Mray In. Stot ando. A. -,,- n bet ita uDM m avt MISS
SY, Eag WYro. witm. hj eet A'iy Sar oef of which are Miss Fe itanton went to ya.teh basmt sperat te rsidence werehsevercdy iat aae aeor
'F tFhNATI. quality rre tBlhe oAMis., are. visiting their pa rents here J. P. ars l oand family r S. rt3 f



1r a Wrght te Clncins beautihetl woqua in the cast. Recog- Mr. and Mrswhile. DavdWalter tao, lat ccess twa given for the beneot rk.s * aa
N eai a ntg tis ft Manager George H. Saturday. l aof Bethel chrch. There were 4n or Th teams Mateo arrived Ies




tte w hladts of the public by short visit to er mother, Mrs a two th ttere that your coIre- *
Sth rtc work b he has also frolends last Faturday mn on la st t is lly nd of the Nolt erwii bare n ta
-e 1S tevy of beautietpo x- a p day he went to Pine Bdarren on buMrs. i t contents of the baskets. .The detai-ed -t tte 5 bi -
aer st .... . r taD.... A Byrdn went to C .Mob la east uate d al f furnished or L. K. and are The smack na oof Mo
Sit Sa alld attet wherever the co ay. T t city- whic w The Russian bark Oces a which








it. W. IBSeON, pany Plays. A fol the fair femi- Baul McDavid, of ashort ma.vit was a t l. famgrand, both of these gentlemen be. went to ruaratsap e Weraeeanyk hae At te
r M's 1 qteam. eit for WW r. "The Tratcr" will besf seen t Mr. and Mre. Rolant McDaviw ad ills in the worbd .e t -urtcth meee-t were preseeasent l tosbao h-eld
S....., ---the operi In-tY- NOT. u chldar o ade a short visit here to ainpread of q. D. D iamond. R. D. Daniels, G. E. i Norwegians.ark Nolyt S





LT-l 0-- tbheir Peatftl Mr. eaa Mrs. D-u Me th tweg .dt M. lWal E. Ptrkt Daaos ala W. C. Diamond, of Pomona, be nisted dS hn SbalatatPal __
Off.t sar h .snn. Tiug Part Maaterr. David, last Sday. B Vetable Con mfde were prominent Theures at were 45 or The steamship Mawatteo arrived yeM s-





tak2. Tht h t sx attiratiob at the opera Bill Knedr deks who has tor so0me tainmelt. W. J. Bohannon and daugh t eer mortnin ft nrs Sdo t
he e wil be I.day cght, Oct 2, time past, Fery at swork at oer ter. Ma s Mate. were among there in- e t nh for Mobile.
*p gy t af g. aawin the Ptidl Stoers Companblic by shoCreek, came t he on a vacation re- toinNo other n erethc voted teests. T British *tea p D te





f cotei for a retail wekha geaeat of gently. record of stcSeur for woman d od- Yout correspondent ia looking for- took bTnher orwe at Mbar ewh5 ar-
i one week. The Oeel ofg pete wo s pealbe A very highly appreciao ted re,, o l hot of w foal do the contents oof tha eood timse Tin yesterday morni. ad w nthtoa


S" "n the Serpea towerr" A lady wll was premed at the Piesaht Hvl si h hato Lydi E. Phaa the ai-nt. De, for it will soon be h- theNevenin. ar o ye aAC


be admitted tree with ea h 30-cent Baptist church last Sunday evelt Vegetable Compo;nd l h raing uame and syrup making, J
Stcket purchMsd before 4 p. m. Moen- by Rev. J. I. Wills, of Bibb cos ,- ... -a the aest and bst of all on Cleared. O. C. cott
.iB Fod lthWey r day. The sale opens at Coes book Alabama. Formore than30yewarsthas been the 3rd of November. when the hagte, Br Strict w
store. George Dean went to Browtow eon standard renme for fem Ia py news resebeh our city of, Bryan Buenos Ayris with 2.212000a ft lin-
WlbL AUILDw CH W M NOE M. Mrs i. of Is to oUt 18on th 3r and vote, u be u r. W
BUIlIm -Ispector dal yester- guest of relatives for a fewdays. we. sure you vote the right way. Vote ---
With tB in mind we day issued a permit to 0. H. Smith to G. R. Stanton is getting everytag It hbrelievedAorecases of Back- for Bryan dad Kern.
erect a a&*itery fraine building on reda to start his mWi up ia 00e near a&&a and local Weaknenew than
C1 your ttenhitio to Earceles ret r-for the storage of of Ne. aer one remedy. It d isolvesg w-on.; ..'.
iAmber hase an dos oore, wOrleans, expels AUREL HILL. was ,expe &s K a.ly.:..
, .k here last Monday on business. of dev ent. K.......
R D. Byfe, of obWe, came ever .- -........
here last Monday on busiaess. .r g1i maid.pero d clothes the serves and '.. ....
; MULLET I' xsain M~rMis Fronie Reley. of Moble. wto Wkruuu. of thf Stom*acD Jt meclal to The Journal. m sls with warm f h as! been on a va st t Mr. and Mrs. tian BlotinNerTOu iLaurel Hin. Fla, October 23.-The S. ....... .
l B 1-- ^ -- G. M. Gentry for the ist week, retorns- Headache, General Debility,quickly death of Conductor Artaur Parker, the Veins With qig jOd D"...
Sed home last Tuesday. yWii to it; also rangedd orgU, which was. caused by the moving of
--' iJohn Fllgim went to Peasmacola m wim, dtaim ca flBats. which should have been made --..- -I.-- _j
S Of the sea- on business last Wednesday. ndbac Uner all circum. secure, at Palo. Junction, has calmed At mKS *iu Tg
Mrs. Henry MaDavid, of Cact mkla, a j z z g w Wfith adness in our town, where m1n&and hardy and fearless of
spent a couple of days with lor misi knew him wel. and it is indeed pain-
lo i | ter. Mrs. Dan McDavid, rm etly. S e futl-to his friends to know he met so theCOld. It fills hewhole ., ,
Sretrmed home last Thmeryda. It moves that wering felrin horrible a death. Tae engineer and _-. --*.- I| a
.* S 2o Mr. Albert Davis, wy h o-ir s aie eud6t a g adana care"anm fareman both escaped by jumping from body wIth wauztU a1ie p
__ -l _three months, has been reporter at *oint-to-be-1hf-a-n fetlin, the eagine. Candactor Parker aln
I I -L urel Hi4L, retUrned hnme TU JunI. but most have stru his d energy. .
aet at this Wle, h lecausieng to fall across then Thin people sOmetimes
... ....head. _agi .st some=part-of K the e ga-
i I III 1 ... -- a fe d dT, which Medi mo W- Dr. I. Porter Webb was at Gar- lir .
I,, el 1a_..M.ant zer.s baey Msaya last- o a pa.-1 I
iK..+ geness-+ gI Sta-ll as a amat so -h g ga** _*mld ... -Iitr- IdoX I U I ml_ 1 .. . E
Sub"21_rIWem= 0 ick an=A wAt t bynly A__w last Sisit at o'eock.
B K. ^ ^ ;<--Watso&, PaReF &erwna ntde 101ys Jo er ue.df tf 1. IS
**~~ r*. y 10 7 -Ben Gerea 'to 1S. M. p%=g-I Mg l ,laitosAY w%= 31 W. Br a Mi e-.-->S s
>Carrie L. Philips. $100 aI ther o galliitu fo LydA E. P0hak S AMW e
^^ wt:91M'a~m 'B^ *. .Lu-^i w o wKAm. ass ^^ t ,sc w gte epe. orsmtract. >-lh )n W * p


6a hunand abyU
"t in other's lap
L bowl of clean,
water. -.
tre. he finds a
e and a Cake of
Soap.
her squeezes the
- and water runs
er baby's arms,
dy, his legs and
le pink toes.
a she takes the
does something
it and baby i
d with a soft
y lather that takes
m dirt away and
hisskin as smooth
n.
7ory Soap
Per Cent. Pux1




S NOTES OF


LIAHASSEE

eclal to The Journal.
see, Oct 23.-The revival
the Methodist church we
Inued and great interest .
ifested. About twenty per.
already publicly announced
tlon of joining the church.
h building is packed every
the morning and aftersno
re well attended. This at-
ere will be a service for we.
irls only.
f recent illness, Dr. Culpep'
to preach with his ase-m
or aad'earnestness, and is
ined by his son, Mr. DBkrk
who is full of entUm=im=
*k.
will be held three times on
ghters of the King, S.
scopal churcT. will give a
at the residence of Mr. and
Ps Warden Wilson, oa Prt-
6th. Refreshments will be
I there will also be a de-
iical program. The young
upled their recent hoidays
rious articles which they
for sale c- this occasion,
is to be applied to some
rk they have on hand for
thief entered the residence
D. Cay last night and wmnt
ie bedrooms on the second
ut *wa&enlg any of- tho te
ie thief was barefooted a0
bed through a south widow -
ad down into the sitting
aft footprints on the freshly
or. Mr. Cay was relieved
ketbook. and his son, John
ib watch.l Mr. F. M. Pil-
had his pockets rifled, but.
to his account, the thief
paid for his trouble by wat
it them.


"Chic" effects
from our own
rooms ready for
selection to-day. I

HIERRIAN.
*ne, 5 S. Palafox.

al Anrxrnncesntent
FOf 1IERIFF.
nnode un e am a enier
n sand dMelst the
vota-s In county.
qist of many friends t both
ate or- e of 5heen Ot
voter in tis oa-ty.
t C. m l A-ui. r




OLA COTTON MARKET.


urnal by Mar- Gem. f -V.
n merchants. Penaes-la. Fa.:
middling .... .........1-1
.... .. .. .. .. .. -
ita .. .. .... .... s-
Inl .. .. .. .. .. .. -
.w, B. 4a
Sge'y.
NAVAL STORES.
.... ........ .... ...4 5
. ....0 ...A s
.. .. .. .. .... ....
... .... .... .... % tos
.:::'... :.".: :'.'.:s' ::: :
... .... .... ..2 7 to
.UM,
-ott market

RAKYRR & CO.
a Turpentine Sd








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b~uf[~_EIW COL ~yMORNNG, OCT~ER 241901L_______







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.IFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY R:N
ADV SE ,o*.. WA.T A,


--___ V U~


%at You Want SmewoeW4 se May Have.


s.. ADVEzRTISEl IT


What You Have Someone Else May Want.


FewBargains In ReaEstate


La" e leo and i -. -..wp eon W Westardos tG ee, near Palafox. A

- $1.50 Per Acre.
San m ea of good lonk, abmt 4 mesU from the ety and convenloNa to


Two-try dwvlmngam Nourth H containio 6 reaom, ball, bath. etc.,
Up let. O.nhaf block frn Nprob HI car line. A bargain.
Special Me on.
We ar offering, for quick sale, a large Isrick budftiog all rented. Vmry
awwA bsenes entcr. Partledmess, term etc, glaftyfunished to bona.




#OOTON & WATSON,
"THK RNNTAL APANTaS.
LEADIaNG RAL STATE, RENTAL ANO MAUKACE AGENTaS.
saws* Ptaleax i Phon No. 5.


WANTED.


very locality Inteli
or woman to repre
v S teed income plea
Aastii rmaneratioms to
Basuanen-. Good ,
Mt AAdreim W ns
ft.wtmrent x. masi
N w Trk CLty.

i M ai for am e. Must abe
mp. Apply slims Chle., 6SW Bm
0. OctC4
D TO1 BUY-A giso II h I
go d4Mtery wrt. AMpply D.
-Mag I"e


FOR SALE.


mnt FOR ALI CHEAP, 'three, eight whee
ent TLndoy LAO Wagag, must go. Bank o
to- PnH4 Ala. 24oct7
FOR &AI-LBAAVIM THE CITY
P PRMANVNTLY WILL SELL AT
mon LOW FIGURE FOR CASH, FIR
.- CLASS URN1TURE, ANTIQUE
WAMD MUE HOLD GOOD
ow TOYN eWC. P. STONE, 34 Z
et CHASE ST. 21 octaw
* t


twor
J.
rtt


e P-~Uos bYWey e lady ate-
by young Ad-


POR AB Sue self-feedings heater
in t tl a-,t a bargain. W. R.
Miri. 112 S. Tarranan St. -22octlw


FOLDO AJgArTARY COT. chairs, gas
stee smaMM o&i d er, washstand,
anid ~w rw ~bades. Apply 501 E.
m moet. 2octlw*


M eets for Mt FOR SA m of 10 acres, 10 miles
S sb 4 r aem !mm Price -S500. Address
efrt (ty. W. C. t. IL a0.0a ft Pensac ola, Pla.
S sgadiatS SLt 1$ecuw* Soctim*


B Oure JournL Btpettf



Iii-Yo to Boew that the lele-
Vo(httnre Ooavaay sell -asnkts.
a- Boad. rug s and lace our-
juiB-woe r or meathly paments.


- doakyde eloplnw and print-
SJohbtMon's Book Store. Soet
gM---AM. the lidtes to know that
%*I- Itt TheParisian
S -9 Drest aSi 'g. 1 ctlas

*S^Ba do' an kindof S ^ele

dTor aen 1for. b t


klnds of eBemed-band
t toWs; shiwp thorn to
M E us, write to UB_ I r
m~Abosaft ga~eata. im" o
ML ow.eMeas&a. pt
I u for 15 lots In o*e
SSlets ea East M;I.
'wew sT N. Palaftox St. 2epttf
M~-ftorsa oraiwhl


iAB sm mi a
~~s3L lmmlsts
-~FI bub


S -- LOST.
w leather pocketbooks strap-
- tM~ with rubber. Finder win
wO o m same to SM West Bedmnct
ktro I.d r eeie reward. IB W. Waters.
S 2oettwo


OnT OR STOLEN--On Monday or Tues-
dhy, October th or 6th. one red Irish
S*OiU dog, named Mike, supposed to
bes taken from DeFunlak to Pen-
-a a the train about the date above
mt d.' Twenty dolars reward will
bV -ITr his return to me at Mar-
i W= IL Price. octistf
TWO POIWTkR DOGS near poooe
Ol whtte, with liver spots. very lo
ad ln. ad on roud leather cellar.
"M s oud red, fat and has wart on top
o W. W. Martin, at MOMia.
a 31 03-Mz 12 W. Intsvidets. I2
UCATIONAL.
NULL CONSERVATORY COURSE Nor-
m uthed. Harmony. Theory, Poda-
* e students quatifed for teach.
toate awarded. Phom 7. MadamM
Si HeMull. loetim


MB WILLIAM PACKHA LsRM, M Bac.
t and choiraster o Christ
c3Mebc. teaches the Piano (Stuttgardt
mosum). sitging (open threat Italian
Mo"). organ and theory( incdlnog
*-altaon.) P. 0. Addiam6 PnOn-eela,

S MARGARET MACLAY wi reopa
SKlud'-srten at 316 W. Stroa
o a .m Monday, Octobe tr th. P,

THIS FOR THAT."
L N-lmkoy. th"e amo peltemoe by net
advantage of The Jmnrs
t A They awa brg aaits
a hy are not -


FOR S*Al-A le mare mule in first-
el ebadO s i h. e Fisher Real Estate
ABesy. octitf
FOR SAL-Wipo -d room i sood lo-
eCtOmM s ta r o buagi, on easy
teo .L A ly T. F. I eal, 160 W. Zar-
Iragess. Itectlw
FORIIUTi Ishroam, two-story dwell-
n mos wn. emm Oer lot, Tax5. Pine
ar ear and buine =sectlen.
Wom". men at elmac o mike quick sale.
428 3st. O-Cmtt. PIhoe 264. Lloctlw*
FOR SAIA-L-t Sie h-ms Incubator and
pert*Mbe hoe qie; horse bmessy. ow
and two heoWsalso test and beat. See
Van Winkle, t Jackson street. on
BayeO. 2octlw*
FOR ALX-4 XelM geM came Howard
m t a! met, 15-Jewel watch.
WoFor --A3 sale 55.00
eash. W. L. Mac Jr. No. 27 South
Palfm street, or at Gibbs., Qnly &
Mor-- 2*octlw*


FOR 8AIB -43ma dairy. cows. horse.
w n smd b Trade established.
Wo mthu M month. Price $350.
B VO nkl a Jack street, on
Bare TUxar. lgoetlwe


FOR BALE-Lease of home at Bayou
Grande. 5 roas, until June, 1909. $12.50
per month. Apply to William Packham,
Pensacola. Fla. lSctlw*
FOR SALE-One MFa-Shoales Typewriter.
practically new. Address Box A. A.,
Pensmols. Pla. l1oct
FOR SALC[-Blankets. comforts, bed-
spreads, rfs and lace curtains. Weekly
or monthly parents. Phone 971 and our
salesman wll ell. olomon Furniture
Co.. W. GoverenMa t St. 10octim
FOR SALE-Timbered lands in large or
Small tracts. Southern Real Estate and
Inveetmont Co., Flomaton, Ala. oct3tf
LAUNCH.L2 loset long. 44-inch beam. 7
H. P. i paar.S Opeed abont 10 miles per
our App A. A. Wrlghton, 6 W. Ro-
m-a street. sept3etf


FOR SALA--A Ae 2-story house with all
modeMrI' -'e e, on East Hil. one
block from ear 0 aad on a corner -fac-
a south ad east. lsArwe let, $3500.
FOR AI-A ul hm on Bayou

At ho-se and a lots on East Hill,
A 5-0rom ob eaS3 lets a West Gar-
den. $3M
A 6-room eorne lot, N. Spring
A. 5-gese and 3 lots on North
4 at the corner of Chase and
DMOTO .laets, at 0P.
Cottage em W. aewment St.. $1200.
Cottage a Uttle Bayou at $1500.
Sene tbusmam m on Palafox,
Garde.. Bsalie a.nd nte ncia Sts. Pri-
Also me fa for sal*. '
JOHN N. DAY. 6 East Cardea St.
BBAD COL Latest novelty ouat;
In ceo e white, blue and amber,
eant to any on recent of fifty
cAts, poetp 1. Phe 102., O. 0Box
No. 7, Pensacola. sFt.


FOR SALE OR RUNT-Salmrease cottage
on Banta Roem Iund Good outbuild-
ings and about 1 acres land. extending
from Pens a bay to Santa Roound

FOR SALE -4oecoad hand Kranlch &
Rea Plane; ebsep and on easy terms.
Phos S. Sept
A BB&ATr & DOMW FOR SALE-No.
1 g Bast GQddeM street, 2-story. 7-
roam houes, good cdftion. now rented.
Sfor 35_3e mpa- Can be bought for
$250. Tsrms~inyew month. Has large
lot, surrou by beautiful shade tee
Ly .L Cluttr, at The Clutter Music
Honoo. ~i.


-Si SALE OR EXCHAte-A goeed 5-
-Shaoue with all edII ceavm- MONEY TO LOAN.
elde In anad ccel to three car mm.
5 .VS.ne Sf'r cIW w per. Joh I N. __
Bi AWard -"avE $am* ae n At frst
SelGr n* per st arais on cty real
S think It is time to "t*ara leea estate la a from $1. up.
She t into these esLtm It W 9II Real meate
Aget Street. 14


$1000

For quick sale, we are offering No.
826 East Intendencia street, consists
of a comfortable little hopu eleoe in,
lot 40x172, beautiful flowers and See
garden.

$600
Elegant building lot 6n Mast Cer-
vantes street. 70x132. Just the Iiac.
to build yourself a home.

If you have property for sale or
exchange or if you want to lead
your idle money upno real estate
-mortgages at good rate at mterest,
call us.



L S. BROWN 6 CO.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INUR-
ANOCC.
Agent tThii sIo110d
.06 8_e ...


MISCRTIANEOUS.


f CUT FIOWERS-Orders ftens fr o e-
It cass. particularly w wedI s adI
r funeral Leila C eese, 1 .
r Baylen. Phoe 2M2. St
I TYOU WANTED a nice carrae anid
& match heres for a weddlonger to so,
calimg. where would you so to set them?
STo Pensacola i Uvery Stalle, or rim
SPone eCtf


J. C. YOUNG will repair r ummiea.
Make It good aS new. -
ate 2%1 i. Tarraembs.
and Romana Sta. M t
NOTIC--I will not be rMpge hr
debts contracted by ~vli-e Le Pol-
vant or anyone else. JM e-l.lePW4at.
S~aftp~~a


IP YOU WANT TOS BORMOW -- ,
or If you would lie to lend m- at a
good rate of laterest oa atdnO -
curity. try The Jourmen Wst rA.
It is the quickest, easiest a"d emaeest
way.


A. H. MclOD & CO., S ema-kn-C.
vass froem 14-lnch to .- b&.. ofan
weights. Large supply of Awi t g
Tents. Cots. H-w'o"i=. oti alwanjra
stock. 7 South Palafox.
MERCHANTS TODRA., Ther. Ba
SThson'. Prop.. an- an kta or
mov haulna. paouatu
tor '=pmeut. Parnot te O&eP
pone W7. Depot phe Ml 71Jiit
YOU ARB JUDGED b ey r printem
It casts ns more to be the h-. HiA
it doee at the Mayes PStef 062 W.
Governmsent.
JNO. A. BERG-Maer .of sas, tats
awanis. tarpauln. .d aver. Agm*=
wemters Perfectd Awang. alyner-
xm awningtmm*te. ___


FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms.
centrally located, nice family. Apply
204 West Romana 5t. S4oetlw
FOR RENT-A furnished cottage of four
rooms at the Old Mill Inn. Apply to
Miss Lillie Taylor. 0oct
FOR RENT-House at Bayou Grande. 5
large rooms, at $12.50 per month. Ap-
ply to William Packham, Pensacola, Fla.
FOR RENT w
stores.
DeLuna Street ..................... $25.00
309 E. Intendencia Street ...... .. $ 6.00
106 8. Tarragona Street .... .....$10.0
120 S. Tarragona Street .... ... $12.0
13 W. Romana Street .... ........ $3.35
7 N. Palafox street ............... $40.00
Store, near Palatox Street.
Ioarding House--
National Hotel. 18 rooms ........ .$ .00
300 E. Wright Street .............$25.00
Dwellings-
1401 N. 8th Avenue ...............310.00
1800 N. Palafox Street ............V15.00
1107 East Cervantes ............... 15.00
905 North Reus Street ......... ..,12.50
724 W. Zarro Street ...... 1 .0.00
207 N. Reus Street ................15.0O
1211 E. Cervantes Street .......... 312.60
lath Avenue and 13th Street ....X 12.50
Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street..316.00
308 E. Intendencia Street ..........20.00
Slil E. Government Street .........15.00
1307 E. Strong St. ............... 12.50
1013 E. Strong Street ............. 15.00
Large 10-room house at Fisherville
with electric lights, bath, hot and cold
water; can be rented furnished or unfur-
nished. 2 servant houses In yard; 2 blocks
from car line.
Cor. Romana and Palafox Sts.. two oM-
ces upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate
Agency.
"THE RENT COLaECTORS."
Pheno W.
PARTIES out br a job sMOid try The
Journal's Want Columns. The cost in
small and results almost certain. At any
rate. they are worth trying for you have
all to gala and nothing to le.a
IF YOU HAVE anything for remt why not
Advertise it in these coltmias? Every-
on re sure to see t.
FOR RENT-
A warehouse with private sldetrack.
Stores East Gardena .. ear *Pala-If ,
$15 to S2 each.
317% South Palafox, upstai, peel moe,
tG0.0". I
Store. Gadsden and 6th avenue. $14.
164-106 South zm.. smna St.8. L3.-.
Houses-
119 S. Baylen. $20.00.
Fisberville, modern. 117.5k.
116 W. Romana. $15.00.
1009 Strong St.. $!5.60.
37 E. Romana. <2b.01.
126 East Chase. SL2.50.
2-00 N. Spring. $10.00.
1622 N. 7th. 12.5*.
710 West Main. $8.00.
1301 W. Intendencla. $s00.
JOHN N. A.
S East ara L ist

HOTELS.
Old newapapers arm sotal at an Uamens
eltheor I the store orm IN theb o. Th
Journal sells them at W ca r 2 "WMl
They are a yetly U Zta a et m egt
sun.


WINTER RESORT-The ]" -il" Ian,
on bay shore. 16 minute rue from city
on electric car line, wl b o fr t
winter Oct. 1. A. A. modLra ron' e.
Addres Miss Lilli Taylor-OU W'
Inn. Pensacola. P1a. Pbono 1S4. Zs-pt

ft inTe m a -

EVERY HOTEL In We1 t 1 I*4 M a"
South Alabama should cany a small ad
ie this column. The cost Is ealy $1.6
r math for four lines or less.


WHY PAY RENT?
When you can buy a home so cheap
and on such eas terms?
$M cash and $30 a moth will buy a m
infant home on Jackson street car line.
5 roos, reception hall, bth, gas, etc.
Price, $2100.
$10 cash and $20 a month will buy a
5-room and hall house on East DeSoto
street. Cheap at $16ce.
$100 cash and $50 a month wihl by a
9-room house on North HUL Price, $;J0.
SSW wil buy one of the prettiest boIes
In the city, on at Hill half-block of
ear line, all modern, rooms.


Leslie E. Brooks Co.

(Incorporate-.)
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
43 South Patlfox Strt.


BOARD AND ROOMS.
TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with
bath room attached. Apply 216 South
Aleanis street. Iectim*
THREE NEWLY furnished rooms with
kitchen and bath room attached. Ap-
ply 21I 8. Alcanix St. 1ectlm*
ROOMS FOR RENT-Centrally located.
Goed aelghborhood. 18 B. Garden 8t
1ToctIm*
STW-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM-:
Alo rooms for light housekeeping at
Flaberville en the beach. Terms reIson-
able. Mrs. C. J. Allen, Phone 1683.

FURNISHED ROOMS by the day, week
or month. Apply No. 3 N. Palafox St.
Sootlm*
TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS for
light houvekeing. Apply 614 E. Jack-
aoB street. 7ootlm*
FOR RENT--ooms asaltale for light
housekeeping. Apply corner CervAntes
and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. Goctim
MOR RUNT-Two completely furnished
rooms, suitable tar llglmt husek p
isa of gas. bath and phone. Appyi
nmaigs. Pbhse 125. tocet


FOB SALE ADS. aMways bring O
Why dnt you try Th Journal's ant
Ad.? They are do wamderful thing
hr other people aid wy not you?


FOR RENT-Furnished or aunfuralshed
front room, southern sad eastern ex-
peoue, phone and bath. to desirable
arty. North Hill. Private family. Ad-
r Box 574. 15mug


HELP WANTED.
WANTED Maid for office, neat, apt. ana
of good character. White or colored.
Room 392 Brent, Building.
WANTMD-An experienced cook to lIve
on premises. Apply Southwest er, er
Blount street and 12th avenue. ect2ttf
WANTED-A first-class look. Good
salary. Apply 229 N. Spring street.
14oct2w


WANTED-An experienced solicitor to
sell blankets, comforts. bed eads
rues, and lace curtains, an weekly or
menthly *tiq S4met Somo Purnltwre
Co., W. Government Rt. jloectim
WANTED-Lady and gentleman can-
vassers to handle useful household arti-
cle. Good money; ss at sight. Apply
310 X Government St. 4oet
UNCLE SAM wants Mail Carriers and
Poptoece Clerks. Tw5-iminetions here
November 18. E examinations, for Railway
Mail Clerk. Customs Clerks apd .Clerks at
Washington coming. $6M to $1860 yearly.
Common education sufficient. Prepara-
tion free. Write. Franklin Institute
Rochester. N. Y. octlmn*


NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

NOTICE OF REMOVA,--I have leased
the store. No. 101 North Palafox St..
for 3 years. I shall be glad to see all my
old friends and many new ones there.
Yours for business. J. N. Andrews.

PERSONAL.

IF THE HOUBcwitra., whose cook left
without notice Is wise, she will place an
ad. in these columns fr another and thus
end all the trouble at on:c-.


FOUND.
FOUND-The right place to buy blankets.
comforts, bedspreads, rugs and lace cur-
tains on weekly or monthly payments.
Call phone 971 and our salesman. will call.
Solomon Furniture Co., W. Intendencia St.
10octlm



* LIVE STOCK
AND POULTRY


CONKEYS ROUP CURE will cure yonr
wheeling. swollen-headed fowls. F. 8.
Mellen & Co.. Phone 334. octl7
FOR SALE-One good Jersey Cow with
young calf. Apply T. E. Welles. 14oct
EGGS are Eggs) Conkey's Laying Tonic
EGGS are Eggs) is effective.
F. S. MELLEN & 0(30., Phone No. S34.
FOR SALE-Bayview Park Poultry yards.
Cor. 14th street and 20th avenue, have
Black Mnocras. Barred Plymouthroeksi,
pure bred cockrels and eggs for sale. W.
T. Tracy. octlltf
PEOPLE are finding out every day that
The Journal's Want Columns are all
that is claimed for them. Why not try
them and get what you want?
TO CATTLE OWNM RS-I have a pure
red Jersey bull for service. Rates. 2
in advasee. Roger Owaley, comer 9th
avenue and 24th street, city. 2j
FOR SALE-Two good mules. Leslie E.
Brooks. 3octlm


PROPOSALS WANTED.
For clearing the property at the north-
west corner of Palafox and Garden
streets. say 150 feet on Palafox by 100
feet on Garden; all material to belong
to the contractor. Work to be com-
menced about December 5th and ground
to be cleared in twenty days; successful
bidder will be required to give bond or
satisfactory assurance of ability to carry
out the contract. Bids to be opened at
the Chamber of Commerce at 11 o'clock
a. m., November 6th. Right is reserved
to reject any or all bids.
F. F. BINGHAM.
Secretary Pensacola Hotel Co.
22octlwk .


In Escambia County Circuit Court. State
of Florida. In Chancery-Annie Ewing Vs
Wade Ewing-Bill for Divorce. On Mon-
day, the 7th day of December, A. D. 1908.
the defendant, Wade Erving, is required
to appear to the bill filed against him
herein. This order to be published once
each week for eight (8) consecutive weeks
in The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper
published in said Escambla County. A.
M. McMillan. Clerk Circuit Court. By C.
G. Hartsleld. D. C. Pensacola, Fla.. Oct.
1st, 1908. octloaw8w
BIDS WANTED.
Bids will be received by the Board of
Public Safety at their office at the city
Hall up to 6:30 o'clock p. in.. October 27,
1908. for the sale of one Hook and Ladder
Truck and one old steam fire engine, in
fairly good condition. Can be seen at the
City stables on East Intendencia street.
IL. G. AYMARD.
23oct3t Clerk Board Public Safety.
ADVERTISEMENT.
Sealed proposals for the construction of
a concrete bowl and foundation for the
iron fountain to be placed in the Plaza.
together with all the necessary pipes,
complete In place, according to the plans
and specifications on file, will be received
by the Plaza Park Commissioners up to
Thursday. Oct. 9. 1908. at 12 o'clock, noon.
Proposals to be addressed to A. Greenhut.
Chairman Plaza Park Commissioners, and
endorsed. "Proposals for the, Construction
of Concrete Bowl and Foundation for
Fountain."
The Plaza Park Commissioners reserve
the right to reject any or all bids.
Speciications and blank forms of pro-
posals can be obtained from A. Greenhut.
PLAZA PARK COMMISSIONERS.
23oct3te
Proposals for construction. Fort Bar-
rancas. Fla.. Oct. 6. 1905. Sealed propos-
als in triplicate will be received here until
11 a. m., November 6, 1908. for construc-
ting, plumbing and electric wiring fire-
an's quarters at Fort Pclkins. Fla.
Plans and specifications furnished upon
deposit of $10.00 to insure return. Full
Information furnished upon application to
the undersigned. A. L. Rhoades, Q. M.
OctS-7-8-17-24-31
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888. Laws of
Florida. Notice is hereby given that
Alex. L. Webb, purchaser of Tax Certifl-
cate No. 19. dated the Third day of Sep-
tember. A. D. 1906. has filed said certifi-
-ate in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said e-rtificate embraces the
following described property situated in
Escambla county. Florida. to-wit: SIQ of
NWs. and SE', of SW and K^ of
8W24 of SW't. section 23. township 1.
south, range 31 west. The said land be-
Ing assessed at the date of the issuance
of such certificate in the name of F. M.
Langdon. 'nlens said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed will
issue thereon on the 14th dlav of November.
A. D. 1".8. Witness nay oai'lal signature
and seal this the 4.th da\ of Octob*r. A.
D. 1903. Angus M. MdMillan. flery ir-
cuit Court. '-sanibia <4'ountj. Florida.
By C. G. Hartstield. DPt-puty Clerk.
tot l0oaw4w
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888. Laws
of Florida. Noti-ce is hereby given that
S- ILR. Gilmore. purc-haser of Tax CerUifn-
cate No. 88, dated the 4th day of Septem-
ber. A. DI.. 1905. has filed said certificate


in mY o-e, and lhas made application for
Stax deed to issue in accordance with law.
ll Sal certtlat embraces the following
S deerlbed property situated itn scambia
1 W M B a House county, Florida, to-wit: Ns of NE'., Sec-
tion It. Township 5, north, arnge 21 west
To suit you and sell it on The said land being assessed at the date
of issuance of such certilflcate in the
easy payment plan On tWO ame of D. J. & Rosetta Rhodes. Unless
said cerUtcate shan be redeemed accord-
lots on corner f 18th Avemuee to Nw. tax deed will issue thereon on
the 14th day of November. A. D. 1908.
and Gadsden street. Take a Wtnes -my oacial signature and seal this
the th day of October. A- D. 06. Angun
look at the lots and ring me M an. Cler Crcuit Court. Escam-
S Mond County, Florida By. C. G. Hartsaeld.
up Monay. aepn Clerk. octleoaw4w
This is your,chance. mme -
SU-rkTuHFAN BRICK CO.
J. W. Blk Jr. Mm
OWi 412 TheMmag Bknleg
Phone Sg Thloens am l I Pi&


$1625

For an attractive Cot-
_tage with all modern im-
-A-AO OS provements, on N. W.
U.a.L-CIIE Cor. of DeSoto street
4tmaW l-d'oY and 10th avenue., terms,
$25.00 down and $20.00


Call and see our list
of property.


THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
"THE RENT COLO ACTORS"
REAL ESTATE. RENTS .nd LOANS
206 S. PalVis St. Phone 67. Penameal., Fidrsea


116 k--


$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

Jno. W. Bollock, Jr,
PMONE W0
Rooms 304-306 Thlesen Building



Legal Advertisements.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under and by virtue of orders made
by the District Court of the United States
for the Southern Division of the Middle
District of Alabama. and of the District
Court of the United States for the North-
era Dittrict.- of Florida. both sitting In
bankruptcy. I will sell at DeFunlak:
Springs, Fla., during the legal hours
of sale on Monday, October 26th. 1908, all
the property of the Bonhamn Lumber
Company, bankrupt, of every kind and
description, located in Walton County,
Florida. The property includes sawmill,
engines, bollers pulleys, parts. fittings.
fixtures, mill bed, slhanties, small stock
of commimary goods, three hundred thou-
sand feet of lumber, more or less, stand-
tng timber and timber leases. Property
w be OId freed of all liens, mortgages
or lncufbrances. Sale will be made at
public outcry to highest bidder for cash.
Certified check for $500.00 required of
"every bidder. Checks of unsuccessful bid-
ders returned immediately after sale.
For further Information address the
undersigned at Dothan, Ala.
A. E. PACE.
Trustee in Bankruptey of Estate of Bon-
ham Lumber Co. ISoctlOt


"MONEY MAKES MONEY."


There are Thousands of Men

and women In this city today who are earning excellent
wages, but do not realize any benefit from their money, be-
cause it is spent in small amounts for me pleasure of the
moment, rather than put aside to be added to each week or
month for a lasting comfort.
Saving is the foundation of wealth. Put part of your ears.
ings in the American and get the full worth of your ef-
forts.


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reuMemat. Vo*-frma. & CMMir. A. Cashier. AAt. GCable.


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Lop Mayor,
T. A. Jen kni,


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DIRECTOR.
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Thee. P. Weot,
W. L. Meyer,
J. RI. Ta ms a a,
Carl &L Jermagma


J. R. Jennnge,
W. C. Dewerry,.
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BUSINESS.


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LAND COMPAWy
O 2t% h at 7:- o'clock. M fti
fojomrat Si/r Knights aa5D.sl ers
catstesy invited. LUMMER. SAWED C g v :
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PROSPERITY


Your prosperity dates from the first dollar saved.

Have you started on-the road to prosperity? Why

not open a savings account with that first dollar, and

add to it regularly. We will add four per cent. com-

pounded.

Commercial accounts solicited.





First National Bank

of Pensacola. Florida.

Designated Depository of the United States
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Harrison, J H
;aynes J E
W dfancock, T L
Aerman, Fred
I N garrison, Jas A
SHenderson W J
S Huckby, A C
Jones 8 A
Is Jeruigna, F P
Jones. W H W
rid Jernigan. RF
Johnmton. Eugene B9
D Johnson. Mose
R Johnson, David
Ik Johnson. James
E Knight, E P
Key. Geo Wo
is Legeitt. Elnar
B Lasteford. Johna B
Lisce, Cbas T
Wm on -mn. Anderson M
Irew Max Frances D
I MeaN WL
Morxgan, W H
Milner. Baker
McK.e. James J
im F Nobles, Albert M
I Nix. Adam
Peters, Paul
Petterson. Carl B
ert Pewhan. Louis H
Polk, Johanie
F Peban Herman
tone -Pate Chas It
3'J Reed, WP
H Reeves, Jas
Smitlk. R
Sharit, Joe L
Smith. Wmi
baa Tayler, W
A Tucket, Ellls
an Tucker. Jos W
WUlson. Wmin H
Henry Willams. E B
Wilson, Chas E

trict O4. Is.
I aggettM H0
Bowman. W P
Brwman, Leon C
* Sr Brewton. A M
F, Bird. Richard
c Bow man. O K
J Bowman, R M
W Brewton. F T
S Brown., P R
B i aontay. Joe
C Jr Danifay. R A
So I cER
Cftrd U E R


Gamno. W A
Ouy. i B
Hall. MartUn L
D T
nan -Geo M
Jobnaon, W L
Knowles. W C
Lee. WJ
Lambleth H C
Lee, HA
Mc&vid. Walter D
NoblesW MW
Taylor. F M
Wmismoon. Jas W
WIllnseMi.. B F
No. 19.
Anderson. J A
S3oykitn. Troy
brooks, D
Baett. Josh
a rrameau. C t
faumliter, J
aerrineau. C H
awinaa., W A
Butler. Bob
Ctabtree. L C
Crabree, J iW
CJwesn. R F
Carroll. Nelson
Oarrington. Steve
Coertan. H B
Cole. E C
Driver. W
aney, j-a
Duke L
Dean. Alous
Mglley Dan
MGA
FIMagim. J M
Finley. H H
Fairchild, Leo
Wiluiuiin, A J Jr
FIluligst. Assa
Filngatm. G W
Felgon. WilUam
Godsmith, John


Herald. Aaron
Harrill, W H
Hanna, T M
Harris. Frank
Jackson. Andrew
JonRes, Xeekk
Jones. S J
Jacobi, J A
Jackson. R H
Jackson. Everett
Jackson, Ransome

Marshall. Gee
Miller. W B
Miller. W A
Martin. W A
MeKnight. N C


Ptllp%. Frank
Peqton. M T



Stakes. IEV n
Smith. D
Spelman, R14Ws
SafeRelN. FPbuip
Terry, s W


Tate, W W Thormas Jo"s M
Terry,NB*erry, T D
Union, Dennis Union. FUmA
Union. Robert Underwood. Jerry
Union, N B Union. Solomon
Union. John Union, Kurrill
Vaughn. W T
Wood. F M Ward, Robert A
Williams, Isaac White. Thomas .
Watson, pps West, Se tt
Waters.m W L Watson. Solo-00
Williams, G F Watasn t"
Williams. Ashbuta Wnllnams, 'Seria
Waters, A H Waters, Albert
Wilson, W D Wasm, A J
Young, Geo Youn. It B
Young. B S Yelder, JeSle
District No. 20.
Ash, W H Alexander,-Qe.
Armstrong. D
Ratts. JD Ba0s, W IL,
Barfleld. J F Brown, D1
Crappe. J J Cfttmn, D
Crapp=. W A Cooper. W A
Carnley, I Clemnom James
Clifton. Marcus Cow eld. J T
Dunlap. W M
Eubanks. R H Eubanks. W R
Farris. Tom Forbes, Pat
Gooden. D J Grimes, Thes
Hathaway. A B Hendrix, *J A
Hutson. A H Hathaway. The* -
Helton. K R
Johnson. A J Johnson, Joseph
Johnson, J B Johnson, J
Johnson, Chas Johnson, James J
Johnson, M Johnson,' A /
Johnson, R J .
in. JH H
Mitchell, J F McCardy. Wm Jr
Martin. M MeCurdy, Winm Sr
Martin, M F McCurdy, G W
Martin. C E McCurdy W J
Mancell. J B McCulan. .Jno M
Mitchell, J F Jr McGoCurten Geo
Mitchell. J M MeCurdy R
Malqpe. W C McCoy. C
Malone, J I. McCutehse W T
McCurdy. Mark
Newberry. W T Newberry, B P
Newberry. J W
O'Neil. J B Odom. H H
Purvis, W A Phpps, W H
Purvis. N B Potter. Jerry
Purvis. J T
Rogers. John Renfroee, J B
RoOe. S L Reeves, J H
Renfroe. H H Renfree, H-P
Richardson, Geo Renfr W
Smith. C H Steele, l r
Stured, J D
Taylor. J M Taylor,-
Taylor. J A Taylor. M
Tracey, S T Taylor, W C
Wilder, John White, Austin
White. AW Willis, W P
West. A F Wely, J J
White. A
District No. 21.
Arnold, Alex ArmistmaLd W A
Arnold. J A
Bonifay. Ed Gale Bamsse. M
Bowman. W A Bradley, Thus I
Bradley. Clarence Bryaat. Jo hn
Busbee, Marion Barter. W A
Bell, J A Bmrnett. a Jr
Boone. Alfred Browsn, C A
Canty. Chas Cooper. H
Cheatham, J H
Dunaway, Wm B Dixon, M L
Dunhajm James Davia, term
Day. Thomas Dunham. Arthur
Day. Jerry
Ezell. Matt Els, Heory 11
Elsmueller. Rudolph
Franklin, Jos Foster, Ed
Finch. J H
Garrett. Wm Grant, W J
Goodlett, Sam Gaffney, J Lee
Henderson. J R Hallman, A L
Hopkins. W W HendersonM E
Henderson, T M Harmon. Wesley
Henderson, F M Hall. E A
Henderson. W D Sr Henderson. W D Jr
Hutchinson, Geo Hopkins. H A
Hall, Henry Hendersoa, P A
Hamor, Doe -c
Isadore, Robt
Jennings. C F Jones, Wm
Jones. A A Johnson, A I
Jerry. Day
King, Solomon Kittrell, R N
Kirkpatrick. A
LAmbert, R E Iacey. Adison
Lott. W C Lowry,. M
Lang. J W Lewis, Geo T
Larkin. J W Loftin, W T
-^ewis. J M
Merritt. 0 Mosley. R W
Mullens, J M Mtesp C E'
Mudge. W A McGutra
Merritt. A 0 McKinnoa. A2ex
Mosley, G McGuire. C J
Merchant, H J McCaskill. Warren
Nellams. W L Nelluims. Lewis
Norris, Reason Nellums, L M
Kelson. Wm Nelson. Wm
Price. E M Parker. A X
Patterson. J H Pittman, G P Jr
Pierce, P J
Rouse, Chas A Rhodes, W r
Richards. H
Sweat, T A Seals. Chas
Smith. Emanuel Shelby. Pane
Swendell. Wm W Smith. Clyde L
Samuel. Philip Jr
' Trammell. J D Tompkins, Simon
Tompklns. J H Thompson, Stephen
Taylor, LaFayette
Tompkins. R D
Underwood. Samuel
Vaughn. C R Vaughn. W K
Welch, JM Williams, The
Winiams D J White, W W
Willismas. W J Wallace, B S8
District No. .
Abbott, W F Abbott. B F
Adcock, J A Ad Lo
Brown, W F Baer. J J
Bradley. JR Bagh, Vifchel
Butler, J B Baker. D L
Black, Joe Baker, B J
Baker. Joseph Blanton. T I
SoutwelL J E Black. C K
Rurnett. Morris Brauer. F W
Sarwick. E W Bagtt. 5
bowman. W H BomaiwdH, W
_eyett. WA Burke. A T
Nowder, John Brow sr. C A
erowder. L 8 Boutweil, W R
3aker. J J Booker. Richard
3outwell, L S Deseweil. D
Cramnell. Geo E Carpenter. 0 B
Cuyler. T M Corley. Brus
Campbrll, H D Carson. T A


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Angle, R W
BeBowman. D W. Brown. C C
Barrow, R H Bowman. W H
Carnes, J F Cooper. J T
Creamer. J J Chavers. J T
Creamer, M C Cooper, P A
reamier. P W Creamer. P J a.
Creamer. W T Creamer, J B
Dohrn, N
Puller, R I
Gimore. E S Gilmore, J A
Hobbs, T J
James. J A
Mlliam, H (C Ktllam. J W
Kelly, W C Klmmons. 0 E
Kay, J D Kimmons. J M
Kllmons. J H Rinunons. W J
Mobley. J J Malone, E
Powell, A M Powell, M M
Powell. DC
Renfroe, E D Renfroe, W
Renfroe. M W P
Seymore. R J Stuckey, W W
Stephens. B F -
Taylor. J T Taplin, C
Taylor. S A .,.; Taplin, G A
Wiliama, L "
District No. 24.
Andrews, Artur- ; Andrews. Green
A rewsDavidv Adams, W H
t. W AJr Baines, Buril
ard". John S Barkley, H B
tt. AC Br Bainer. Alfred
t. W A r-. t, Barrs, H M
Blouant, A C Jr. u Beckham. Ephriam
BMnt. Ferdinad M
Chpate. Jae R Dorr. C H -
Davenport. Jona 0 Davis, James
Davenport. WW D
rost.Christian Freeman. George
tan. Henry
a Guy Hayes Thomas
Tom W aley. Ross E
Haley. T M Haye. John
KnowlesWm ", .-esder, T V
Xeyner.. V anr C W
MaxwelL Joh a " 19owan, Wm C
Miles, Henry McCord. Geo K
ParkhIll, Chas McFarland, Isaac
Potter, Henry Potter, B H
"otter, Allen Potter, Frank
Potter, James Powell. Cheney,
eilly, C M Jr Rice. Chas V
Really, F W Robinson. Nathan
Rouhot ough, Alex Reedy, P H
Reilly. CM r
Stingletry. John A Searey, John R
Shine. Chuver L Slokeld, Dave
Scarritt, T M Shoefot. Willie
Thomas. E W Taylor, Hiram
Whiteford, N P Wood, George
Wright, J A White, Elijah
Wilgus, S B

District No. 25.
Alsep, C V Alsep. W G
Ashton. J E Alsep, R T
Alsep, T M
Blanchard. E C Blackman, Wm
Blanchard, W P
.Clrk. James Cuilla, D
Clopton. N M Cullia, Mike
Creighton, Joseph
Dp Howard Davis. J 0
Fuller. Dani
G4dwin. J Ed Grant. A
Hendrix. J A Harris. Chas
Harris, W H Homes, J M
James. Fred James, Fred Jr
Kuehan W A
Miiner, J C Murphy, Morris W
M cnek, John C Murphy, Wm A
Nelson, R Newell. Thos ,
Pitman. E A Parker, Martin A
Susg, H A
Topper. Wm Thompson. "Allen
Thomas, Mitchell
Union. Mose nion, Malachi
Waters. Travis Williams. E
Williams, J Wynn. H
District No. 26.
Anderson. Oscar Anderson. David
Allison. Jessie A Adams. Nathan
Andrews, George Ashford. Joe
Athey, G W Allen. Ernest
Bradley. Lea Irvia Barclay. Ben L
Bruner, D L Beck. John W
Barnes, W H Burton, -Chas H
laloek. A B _BohlckMark LI
S3oifay, J A BriAs.C, E
2aroes. WA Beck. Jas X
Bradley, Joseph Bryant, Geo
Boooke. August Borras. Gregory
Burgoyne. Caleb R Brown, Henry
Bek. liaWilliamm Betley, WIIam
Brady, Alexander MBreden, Archie
Brooks, Coleman Bancroft. W H
Bauer, Ed Barnea, Sam
B ckins, Andrew Q Borras, Anthony
Br Thomas L
Crt, C. D. Clutter. Geo W
Coburger. J. T Care, W H
Carroll, F Caialpae H
Collins, Jas W Coons. J W
Church. H P Carte, B F
Crumpler. James MCoberger. C E
Clarke, W H Craft. Walter H
Cobb N H Carroll. Giles
Cpburger. H J Carroll. Richard
Casdiass. Henry Carroll, Charles
Cardlnas, Joe Carroll, Napoleon
Coilin. Oscar Crosson. D M
Care, John I .Cuonmtcham. Rbt
Cardinas, Louis Chamber Frank
erbe%. Frank Oeek. Louis
Ortkl o S Clubbs. Elbert A
Cobb, Thos Chalmbers. Edw
Cartier, Joseph I Chambers. G.eo
Davis. Chas A owart. Jas W
Davis. Willis Davis. -J J
Dahlstrom. Gus A Davis. Burvin
Davis, F C Daniel, Booker
-Dy es. J E Davis. Wm
Day. John W Douglas. Scott
Uoreott, J S dwards. Thee W
Ifrt WW Brirett. G N
tdwards. Wiley M En J 0
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Graye. Diethad N Goodwin. Howar
Ooludinr. Frank R Garland, Spat
Given, Isaac Grumes. George


Johnson. Gee W Johnson; Thos E
Jones, Stephen J Johnson. John A
Jennings, Pat M Joilaston, Geo W
Kohler. John Hf Johnson. W LeB
King, Edward C Keys, Jeff
Lewis, Jasper A Keys. John L
Little. Jacob Lassiter. Druis
Lenox. Jeff Lopez. Oswald .
Lenor. Mancel Lusk, J W
Metts, Furney
Metts. Richard F Morrison, AD
Meeker. Those B Mitchell. theo S
Mayes..Frank L Maloy. Jobbh W
Mowbray. Walter L Matson. C P
Meeker, Geo W Meriels. Jeff
Marble G(eo W Malachi. Mark
Morgan, W L Jr Morrison. Horace T
Maura, Oscar E MeClure. C N
Mosely, Ralph F McLellan. W W
Mulier Theo McCurdy, W H
Maxwell. Jas C McCovy, Lonza
MacMey. Walter M McReynoMs, Wm M
NeviUe. James Z
Nobles, Winm D Nobles, R X
N.oblea. Latimer C Nobles. L E
Nobles Toypan R Noble, L A
Oertnga. C Julius Oliver, John G
Ola0 Wi Owxley. Roger Q
Pinneyr.- Jon bI Pebley. Jeremiah C
Ptta. Mie T Phillips. L C
Patterson. Joseph HlPeley. ThOs
Planer. Sam S Perry. Joseph
Pinney les L Pepper. Barton
Page. amk B Pearl. W E
PeWaln J Peterseo, Dan
Prya. Goo W Palmer. Robt B
Pryer. Job L Perkins, Henry
ouii J-s- F Quarels. Frank
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Richardson, Lewis
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3M. 8 Pr RusselL Ed
Sfit. V, W Ricks, Cha
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Ased, y -
Smith. Abeer Z Skelton. Henry F


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De-almpD C J.eCae, W
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Franklin, M W ~ 4dley, Janm
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Green. J B Groaskopf.,
Gamble, R A Gladden. He
OGl er. H L Grimes, J D
Glover, F D
Hiudon, B J Hane. E A
Hudaon. M Holihand. J
Meeker. F C Hall. Wiggin
MInman, A B Holt. W H
Hall. W L >ous. Richai
Hurry. J L Hill. Chaks
Jernigan, B C Jeter, J W
Jones, Jas-H Jeter. R R
Jeter. J 0 Jernigan. F
Jackson, J Jernigan. J
Je im. N D Jones. Geo
Jernigan, E N .Tefferson. A
King. J H -Lyach, R S
Kule. H E Lynch. C W
Lnch. J W
Ma"e. W H NeDowell, G
Mayan. A M McDavid, Cl
Mayo. M MeNeill. D
Mayo. P A McCaskll., N
Mathews. J A McCurdy. J
Moore. P E McDowell. W
Mitchell, W H McNeal. AD
Murwin, W H McCommack.
Maddox. A C McDowell, ,
Mayo J L Mcavlid. A
Masi,. C H McGee, H L
Nelluma, H 1)
O'Gwyn, JE Otrander. R
Parih. T P Pulmer, E
Piles A B
Rt e.W P Rice. H D
Ranwny. Archie W Rucker. R
Robrson. F M Robinson. R
Robiason, L H Rosers, Shei
Roselondo, J M
slamplay. L A Sirickland, 1
Aent BR Sweat. R W
st Oscar Samuels, Je
St aley, E I
TayWpr. G E Taylor. H B
Trawlck. J W Taylos J R
Tuiterville. J 8 Taylor, J W
Toalinson. T F
Underwood, Jim
Vaughn. J B Vaughri, F 1
White. W F Walker. C F
Willid, John Walker. Wal
Weedraff, E A White. L C
Witls, Ashley Willshire,.* R
Woodruff, H A Williams, Bi
Watson. 4 J Williams, E
Woodruff. C A Wallace, Ed
v~er, W C Watson. And
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Youngblood. G W Webb, J T
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Distrkt No. 2.
Avant, John A Andrews. D.
Alken. I H Amtrey. Ld
Avery, Pollard Andrews. Mack
Allen. Wm Ahrwns, webt
Ahrens. Henry
Bralnard. These M Dowles. 8 J
smtha Htenry P Brews, Wim
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bbe6. Bary W Gentry. Nelm s
im'F JB H"a" Boot 3
Hutchtin. John H Hantx. Henry L
Hards. Wiln Hltason Henry
Hunter. Spencer Ho ey. Robt
Heine, Robt B Hanes Chas R
Hilburn, C A Hall. Alex
Hawkins, oeph Aurd. Chas
Harrowe. Prank Hicks,. Har
Hard, WUIanm awkins thew
Jonest .J- W prisonn, Frank
Jobasok, Joseph J naraham. Thee
Josep., Water Jordan. Henry
Johnson, John A-Jobaoa, Geo W
ust Kersey. B
Joseph, James M King. Chas M
Johnson. Barney Kelly. James B
James, Gilbert Kelly. Wm 0
Jones. Nathan Keefer. Wm A
Johnson. John Kirby. Edward H
Jones. Geo F- Kersey, Thoe M
Jones, Motley Kersey, Henry E
Lindsay. B F Kersey. Ben F
Little, Robert T Lowery, James A Jr
Little, Wm E Lewis. Wm H
Likes, Sherman X Lewis, Richard
Lewis, Geo E Lewis, Lindsay
Langley. Ge H Lancaster, W W
Moser. Tony Massey, Fred
Metcalf, W B Marsh. John
Muller, John E Marasalls. Chris
Miles, Gere Morrmo. Thqe
Morgan. John E Mereno, Frank
May. Willie Minneg. Chas.
Matthews. Emmet EMitchell, Frank
Myers, Jas D Mickers. Robt
Miller. Glenden W Minus, Edw
Monroe, David M Miller, Frank
Murphy. C 0 Moreno, Ernest
Maxwell, J D Mathews. Chas S
Maxwell Gee McD McCutcheon Thos B
McKIuson. Urbank McHIllu. Robert
MeDffle. Wm T MeDuffee, Wm
McKinnon. Gray R McHugh. James, r-.
McHugh, Jam Jr McNeil, S M
McAdam. Soterry T
Nolen, Henry Nelson, James
Nicholas. Chas Napoleon, Allen
Neal. Wm Nelson, W Jr
Neal. Leroy Nelson, Joseph
Olsen, Chas R Nelson, Wm
Powell, Ben
Powell, Edward Oweley, Wrm B
Petevsen. Geo M Perdue. Leonard D
Perkins. Wm Phillips, Seymour M
Pritchard, Gee R Perry. c
Pfeiffer, Ernest F Parker. -Daniel M
Palma, John B 9 Peterson. Dan
Pettis. Mat
Quina. Arthur W. Parsons. Clarence E
Richmann,- Otto Quin.a Chas M
Register. W 4 Rogers, Joseph B
Redd. Wn. Rivers. Thoe G
Rodenbach, Louis Reymonda. Frank
Ross, Jeff D Roberts, Alex
Rice. Edward UI Roberts, Ed M
Rogers, F A Rendall, Leroy
Roberts, Ed J Russell, Walter
Rogers, Jas H Risby, Wmn
Reilly. Ed Robinson, J H
Sutherland, John WRay, Wm A
Jr.
Sutherland, John WStephens, Clark
Sr. Stephens, Thos L
Seeger, Julius Stephens, John R
Slheppard. Marion PStimpson, Richard
Schambeau. L P Seabury, Robert I
Suarez, 'Frank Still. John R
Smay. Fred Smith. ChAd D
Suarez, Francis C Sargeant, Wm.
Strickland, Edw C Salvant. Jack B
Schnaekel. Louis G Sheehan, James H
Stearns, Albert L Sunday, Wm
Simmons. Joseph Surles. Ernest
Spach, Albert E Simmons. Thos
Thurman. W I- Surles, Walter
Tharp. Lewis E Senor, Albert
Tharp. W P IT Smith. Everett
Taylor, Wm E Thompson, Geo W
Taylor. ChaI Thurman. J L. iSri
Turner. Jas D Thurman. J L, Jr
Untrimer. T J Tutner C L
Van Winkle, LewisTaylor. Tom
EL VVIlleneus, Joe
Wlesmann./J H Williams, Joe
Way,. Ed P Whitwell. Alex
Wise. Joseph R Warfleld, Willard
Walker, Geo S Woody. E B
Wilson, Clyde E Williams. Lem T
Welles, Thos E Whitwell. Harry
Ward. Frank Washington, Geo
Williams. Stephen Watson, P H
White, Marco J Williams. Those
White. Jas A Williams. Mose
Waltz. E H Washington. Joseph
Walton, Wm Williams. Nelson
Williams, Chas S Watkins. Richard
White, John E Wilmer, Paul
Williams. John Williams, Hosea W
Zeek, C F
District No. 27.
Armstrong Chas C Anderson. EU
Abbott, James A Arbona, Joseph
Acosta, W E Alfred, A D
Amos, E J Ashley, Willie
Abbot,'W 8 Ashley, Molton
Armstron, Jam F
Bussey, Thos J Boyer, H H
Busey, A F Bodenstein, J F
Bogan, Leslie E Butler, T J
Brook, Robt L Born. Chas A
Bonifay, Eugene C Brown. Alex Jr
Bredt. Clarence A Rear, tMax L
Bell. John E Robe. F S
Bingham. A R Berry, A D
Bingham. F F Bryan, R L
Burnett, Jas H Bickerstaff, J H
Barter. Cyrus R Betsworth. Walter
Beggs. E D Brazier, W H
Bonacker. Chas Bell, C J
Breen, Wm F Bibb, Spencer
Blaisdell, Horace N Burnette. John
Bragg. Robt L Bell. Oscar
Br4idley. Elijah B Bradley, Carl C
Bell, Frank J
Calhoun. Walter D Clutter. J M
Credille, Amie A Clutter, Ben E
Ceratil. Edw' B Clutter- Marion
Crosby, Louis G Collins,. Jan H
Cosgrove, Wm Caro, Benito G
Coleman, R E Coker, Jno T
Calhoun, Ed B Clubbs, A V
Crosby, Jas C Clarke, Daniel
Careo. Philip A Crumb, Chas
Cranston, Frank H Chambers, Will
Dou1ass J M Dougra.s, Thos H
Daniel. Nel G lavls. L-e M
Do0:aldson. Willlle Dalley, W G
Davis, C T Davis, James F
Daw, James A D)ubose,. Geo
Edwards, Julian C Elmorc. Gunter C
Eley, James W Everett, W S
Eubanks, Geo N
Flowers. Henry Fulghum, Stephen F
Franklin. Holden E Fulghum, Stephen L
Farina. Wm Flowers, W J
Pulghum, Clifford
Ginles. James W Gillis. James McL
Godwin, Thos A Green. Geo C
GeraldO, James T Griffin. John J
Gilmore. J K D Goldstucker. Jim
GC.onalez. Albert W Green. A H Jr
Green. John C Green A H Sr
Howard, M L Hobgood Dan'l P
Harper. Joe M Hoer, Peter
Harrison, Fred 0 Hocr. W P
Hendrix, John R Howe, Lawrence
Hendrix, G B Hoffmnan. F L
Hendrix. T E Hflaer. Adam
Halford. Louis J Hendrix. R E
Hendrix. Stephen P Hoyt. D D
Hendrix, Arthur E Howland, Harry T
Harper, John T Herald. Thomas
Heoffman, Geo Higgins. A
Hoyt. W F Hendr.cks, P A
Hightower, S M Hannon, Archie
Horne. Cary B Hughey, J Pearson
Holden. Franklin E Higlgins, Thos J
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Stricklant, Joe S StaBworth, James
Suds, Julian C Solomon. AMle Jr
Stanley, Fred W Sugges D B
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Williams, F M Jr Wilson. Clyde
Willnams Benj 8 Williams, i bn
W'ttich, W L Jr Woods. Fred
Yates. Dr. Tandy WIlUama, Joe B
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District No. 28.
Andrews. James W Allen. Hubberd
Acost, Euene B Allen, Ed
Apostole, Const- Allen. Dave
tine Arrington, Henry T
Adams, J H Arrindell. C B
Bell. John E Broughton. J N
Boley. Julius L Brown, W C
Brown, Levi EB Brewton. WP
Brown. Archie G Bowes, M F
Bryan. Jesse H Blount, Edward H
Bennett. H J Brown, Daniel
Bredt. Geo E Brown, Moses
Banks. Frank Brown. Morgan
Broanaham. Geo O.Banks, Julius
Jr Baker, Wade H
Brosnaham. Geo O.Burnette. Stephen
Sr Brown. Alex 0
Brewton, John H Brown. Joe
Bennett. S D, Jr Bradley, Jeff F
Bray. Berlin L Barden. Rice
Barlow. J M Bell, Thou R
Brosnaham. J C Bell. Jordan ,
Crawford. Wm H Clayborn, Dave
Coker, Wm H Cribbs. Wm
Creel, Wm L Chambers Hndy *
Cushman. Ralph C Collins, Dave
Chamblee, John E Coker, Lum
Cottrell, Chas T Cole. Newton
Cole, Clem
Dailey. James M Dennis, Sandy
Delmar. Eugene Dean, John
Deloney, James M DeAubre, C as
Douglas, Dan D Daniels, Wmin
Dilger. Robt. 1. Donnell, Rob
Daniels. Marion B Dunkhln, Joseph
Dudey, Isaac Davis, Jeff D
Dorrah, C T Darts, Calvin B
tavis, S M Dennis. Jesse D
Dean, Jake C Dean. Ed
Ellis, Andrew C Fiinginm. W H
Flowers, John D Fuleher, Joseph
Frater. Joel Farley. Israel
Fell. W B Fowler, Robert
Fillingla. Lonnie Foster. Perry
Fillingim, Arthut WFltzpatrick. H J
Fleetwood. Those H Ferguson. L L
Eagins. Jas
Farmer. Milton J Gaskina. G W
Gentry. Elbert C. Gaskns Ed
Gingles, Geo B Gaskims, Cbarlie
Gibson. J J Golay. A V
Gingles, C H Gordon, Preston
Gonzale, S M -Grace, Wilie
Getting. B J
Grant. R L Hardy, Louis
Hurst, John T Harris. A D
Hoomes., John T Hamilton, Thomas
Heinberg. Herman Hearn. James
Hobbs, Chas E Hauser, R W
Harris. Squire H Hunter. Peter
Hyer. John W Huglias, Class
Harris, Tom J Howard Emtes
Herwig, Wm C Hooks, Walter H
Hilliard, J G Holly, John
Hansen, James Holly, James W
Hamm, W J Howard, Wmi
Hamilton, John Hardy. Co S
Hood. Robert R
Hudgins, David James, Dauel
Jackson, Wm H James Toney
Jameson, David W Johnson ER
Jackson. Will Jones, Phil
Johnson, Lonnie Jobasom Cooper Aa-
Johnson. PA dy
Jones, John Jenkins. Theo. E
Jones. Sam Joheson, Chas PF
Jordon. Osh Jackson. Wile
Jackson, Starling Johnson, John
Johnson,. Ben Jasette, Chas D.
Jones, W W Kelly, Geo
Jenkins, James L King. Willie
King. Marion 0 Kohler, John W
Keeling. Wm 0 AltlAbor
Lewis, Robt Le. r
Long. John E Ianglle, Peter
Langford. AR Undang EL
Lawson. Robt A Louis, Jesse
Leggett. A J LAtrsy. James
Levy. Chas J Mathis Jasmes P
Miller. Clyde E adusa, W X
Medlock. Luctus Mandeville. Jack
Morey. Those B M ertether W K
Maloney, Hugh Moesley. jarch
Morey. Eugene B Me-r. Jobs H
Mitchell. John T Mallory, S
Maneely, Raymond Mitchell, Garel
S May. W T
May, John B Jr McReynolda, WIlson
McConnell. J C McReynolds. Garfeld
McCain, G C McCowan. Jas C
McDonald. W V Norman, W C
Neilson, Nells A
Nielson, Niel L
Oliver. Alexander Owens, Levi
Primm. A G Pousil. Sam
Phillips, J Graham PIue, B P
Porter, Walter G Parsna, Geo A
Peterson, Herman Parson. Thornton
Padgett. EUJah Philps, John
Petterson. M W
Reese. Eugene L Bobersm, Tom
Rasmussen. Henry RosleS D W
Rawls. JD I) Rgers Rd
Ray, Gideon H Rewse. E W
Reager, Robt J Boundtr e. X 3
Reager. Wm T Richbourg. Pete j
Ross, John P Ridley. Wm
Rice. Evan F
Ransom. W Simpkins, Slme- P.
Senterfltt. Jno W Stimnsm. Henry
Strickland, W B Sherma, George
Smith. Wm HI Shelby, John
Sanders. Frank D 8trand. H
Sweeting. Robt G 8priaagr, WiUie
Stokes. John P 8 Hilliard
Salter, S J, Alex
Siddons, Geo A Shields, Isaac
Sharp, Alfred J Swana. W H
Stayrook, Elmer Bt. Mary, L
Stanley. Fred W pe Isaiah H
Scholez. Max A ins Theos
Stephens. Geo W m s Lewis
Simpsoan, Hardy 5rti, Willie
Syce. M St. Mary, L F
Smallwood. Ely Thints Augustus
Taylor, Walter B 'Thors loose
Taylor. John E Thompson. James
Turner. H. Flo Thompasn, Alexan-
Thomas. Z A der
Turner. Gee J Thomas. John
Turner. R H. Sr WRlams, James W
Van Pelt. Jas C- Wlkinsa. Claude L
Vetter. Chas B W M J M
Van Horn. Ben V Whiakr., Walker
Virain Oliver WUt--.0
WHIlams, Lemuel WssHatea, MD
Wilnams. E B J W walker, Ou W
Williams. L H V Wynn, sam
Wade, Mark T Weos, Eara B
Wrtihton, Thos WP n, Daniel
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Cooek NB Cot, Maws D
Crena. I F Copia, Gerge
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Cope. Jamee T Calhoun. T eb
Connor, Jas C Co lnatol. C 3
Carter. Horace G Cala. James
Caro, Franak Coleman. WIND
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Fairchld, B W Furgerson. W
Favorite, F E Fu'gerson. LoUls
Favorite. R L Franklin. SaaAel
Fureren, C 0 Ferguson. Jma8
Florence. Wnm Freeman. W H
Garmer Wade
,aM. Charles P Hooks. Lee
Aendreks, Goo B Holly. Wm
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Habick. Cla Houman. A
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Hambrie, A J Hatcher, Murel
Haly. B H Hudson. Lafkytts
09ogan, Frank Herron, John G
Johason. Chas W Johnson. Sandy
Jones, Grant January. I1
fohnson, Isaac H Jackson. Xkr
Johnson. Wm C Jones, Oliver
Jones, Wm C Jones, Louis T
Johnson, Armistead Jones. A A
Kirkpatrick, J A King, Geoga
Kent. Those W King. Ja=
KImions, Jam L Kelly, Harry J
Kramer. John E
Lee, Isaac Lenon, Sylvester
Lake, J B lJoyd, John L
Landru.n, Jam R Leonard, Alonso
Lewis, Jack
Mackey. J F Miner, Stepney
Mackey. H J Morris. J C
Morrison. D B Marshall, Ed
Mathis, Oliver 0 Manker, Floyd A
Mackey. W C Mason, Cooory
Maitland, Edward Malone. Cha
Merritt. Richard McReynolds. 0 A
organ. Wm McCullough, Jam A
erritt. Daniel MeNealey Jae
Malachi. Ed McDaniel, C
Mina, W A
Oliver. Columbus Owen, Nelsea 8
Pfeiffer, John Pittaman,. Henry
Powell. Jim B Parker. Geo M
Perkins, Henry Perry, J C
Pfeiffer, John H Ar-Powell, Ephrlamu
thur Pyritx, Chas J
Pubtell. Mike
Quigley, Morris
Roberts, W C Robinson. Phili
Rutherford, Dave B Roe, James
Register, John H Rivers, Fair
Ralford. Wm Reese, Samuel
Radcliffe, Frank B Rosburg, Pat
Rice. C J Russ. Ed
Rosier, Jas K RtIchardson, Arad-
Ransom. W B stead M
Robainson Tom Ref, James
Robronl E Ro iaon, Jaa A
SIydert, Richard J Scott eo W
Sierra, Robert L Stennls. Dock B
Steinmiyer, L B pears. William
8kiper. James H Seeman, Henry
Sheiard, Daniel H Sims, U 8
Salter, 0 A Sommers, Jas U
Sunday, Sam simtmon. Irvey
Simpson. Henry Stanford Adler
Silva. John D Smith. horac
Smith. Abe Smyley. W D
Smith, David
Tiller. Seaberg T Taylor. J H
Talt. H E Taylor. H B
Temple. John H Taylor. Chaa N
Thomas, J H Turner, Louie
Turner, John Twi, Andrew
Travis, Alex Tobin. Philip P
Telr., Hegman Q Thomas, K T
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Vann. Edward
Wolfe, Wm W Witherel, David M
Wolfe, J Emmet Wolf. Hemnnan
Wolfe. B Weatbhespoon. John
Wittich, W L Westmark, T F
Wesley. Jenkins Williams Willie
Wittich. B B Willlams, B W M'
Webb. H F Walker. Vincent It
Whiting. James Warren. Jan H
Wright. James Wlnate. WIe
Williams, Wm M Williams. 0o
Wllaamsot Jeseph Weathe spoom Mla
Williams. Alex Washington. Ja-
Wood. Wm WHllama.-WmI H
Walker, John A Willia,, Heary
Young. Houlie
District No. 30.
Aymard. L 0 Adklnson. M L
Brawnir. Frank -E Blocker, Louis de N
Btear. David Bear, Jake
Bruce. F B
Covington, H L Cahn., Sol
Carter. Frances ~ Cross, John H
Carter, Francis SCroes, Sami M
it Chipley. Fawn"
Covington. Terrell Chpley. Buckner
Calloway, Thow M Cov C M
Caldwell, Robert C
Deilva, H G D'Alemberte. NH
Fisher, A A French. Bobt 36
Flemiug. AE -
Gerson, Ben Gant, T L
Goodale, Francis Gareld. W 8
Greenhut, "Herman J
MHston m. ,J J Hina, In W
Hubbird. Franmcs M brgM M,5 J
Haley, Harry A Hemboma,
Hyer, Rbt A HL to W 8
Hart, Daniel J Hurst H V
.Maacs, am I
Jeanings, T A Johnson, Frank 0
Johnson, Wm R Jhnson, Prank
Jones, Boykin
ZahNN Max j Wrrenji a i 1
.oag, Preston Lurton. iMm
nArton. Harry LIarta1n J W
Merritt.WH MMma., NK C
itehelP. FRP McCleasa,,W M
^rpthy. W H Mcoansho J 8



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We guarantee iedlate relief -t
a positive cure to all sufferers b
Comtipatioo. Ia every case wheW Wm
fall to effect a cre, we will lf
the medicine free. That's a fmi
statement of facts, and we wat yw
to substantiate them at our rist.
Rexall Orderlies are gogge, et-
ftective, dependable and nate bewel
regulator, strengthener and gdo.
They re-otablis, nat f
in a quiet, easy way. They meiSt
caue ay Inconvenience. gri, .or4
aages. Tley are so ptseasat
and work so easily that they -M rb
take by anyone at say time. Tey
thoroughly tone uo the whole sys-
to hoalthy aetty. They hre. *
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PHER AND TH BO


E'VEdevoted much ime and att

| wishes and needs of the Mother an

\N Inewly planned


DEPARTMENT OF BOYS' CLOTHES


Today you mothers who are discriminat-

ing, and your boys who know what's what

should make this store headquarters for all

that is newest and best inBoys' Clothing.

.Every nobby effect in material and color-

ing. Every new style YOU'LL FIND HERE.

Come today and let us show you.


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X.,rltt. Frank R MSVoy, a
N P W MleVby, L.
oSr., A O'NeaL Arthur
Chop1. L R f
PUSm, JteD Palnaies, o V
-*. Guy W Petteroa. W
eAndrew Potter, W W
Irving Parer. Housto
John H ( PlanW. Sam C
in /Rettnger. A L
Wm A Rocbe. Henry M
RPe Roberts. Bdwasd
Link,6e0Raeeves Ladite J
0 Reashaw, F 0
C J mnUthwlek. J H
=rJOhp H s alth Ptoyd RH
L tM .DdMtey RSbherwood. Thboe
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Le' e a.,J 'p" war t Parren. John Pfelffer. The. H
k Patterson, John Pbair Robert
r t aPetterson. Frank Pr Andrew
NBro W Robt Quaries, Henry .Quig ie.J
0 Brace i ,P- 3enatt John L Rendall, Jno. 1D o ufus T
Burns Tim Brnett, Robt Rendall, Wm J Robinson, Hayes
.Blakshesa. Robt Hlarnes. Cary Rkdl-y. Orange Rudolph. Robt
Burostt I Leslie Robinson. E V Rudo ph
CoWner W J ClIMwll G B Robinson, A J Reid. Mak
Casero. G B Cook. Aaron A Raynes. Jps I
M eary. Rehard M OROeaman, Chas Stearns, Wesley E Salter. Charile
Cornelle, W P Osleman, James n Shelby, Thos. J -Saadford, James
Colvi J Thomas OCleman Walker Stillman. John E Stebhens, Dozier
Caldwll. COolmbus Coleman, Jas E Jr, Scott. Mathan Spaun, John T
C.opto.n, Tbnaa Carter, R W Spencer. Earl Sandford. Leonard
B Cook. C Spencer, Willie Simpson Joe B
Duval. Daniel. Emanuel Samford. Sam Smith, ndy S
Dana. Frank DeVaughn, Edward. Trot. Dominique J Willlai Nicholas
Dorsey. James E Turner. R H Jr Wentworth. Geo P
S fniel. Captain I svUs Wiley Thornton, La Earl Weeks, Bruce 8
8 Daniel See Dorsey, Lorenso Thomas, John L Weeks. Sylvester
S Eljah, Z Thomas. Ed St ClairWIllisma, Morris
Prbes, Hal S Fair, Harry Thomas, Chas M Watts Hetry
Forbes. Bleeker Fair lamac Trotter Henry Wyndor. EaosB
Fried an, Louis Frear. John H Thomas. Mathew WIlams. Howard
p Fak Wm M Fair. Henry Townsend, Jan Wpkins. .Doi A
Fell A G F4ir, Preston Thomas, Joseph B Wr M, lathew
Fell J J Fell. Francis B Vaughn. William Wilktia. Henry
Forbes, W J Fair .Jake Vanderbilt, Moses Wilkins, Norman
S GOrenmeley, 0 W Gulley. Rev D T Williams, Wm A Williams. Alex W
r 0 Goodman. Calvin C Gary Charlie Whaley, Percival H Washincton, P
Gonsale. Robert H Gibbe. Toney Watson, Elimas Jr Wyn. Carl
Grant Edward E Gldemith, Loui Di r iat N 9
J Grant Winfeld 8 Garrison Hal A1,a No, 'M
r Grinumdel, Jme J Almgulst. Wm Allen. dward
>Iowar. DpauM N Haynes, Eaton Antoe. Ira A Adam. llsa
S Hyer, Henry Herger Geo Anderson. Andrew Alien. Alexander
arvey Jackea : 1milton. Gilbert Anderaon. John M
lowe F 0 HoImon. Jacob W Brown. Henry W Boris. John
-lIowe Geo. W Hea!,4 George Roghich. Frank A Brewton, E H
Huff. a Houston. Herman Brown. C I Beal. R R
arvey Ri d H Hines. Green Bailey, A 0 Butler, Wm B
Hamilto. b Harris, Martin Robe. A T Burke, Wm T
r Hiins. Bert Butler. Robert P Bell, Bryden M
Ivr-a. Areh*l Wasxetn, Geo. R 3411 4. 1
Jeaes, John A Jones. Edward Baxatrom. John luans. James J
Johnam, Charlie Johnson, Luke J Brazwell. Ivy 3ura Chas .
Jackson, Rott DV Ardan, Chas Bell, Chas P j Thor
Jordan. P A Johbaon. Aaron 8 Bell. H Lee e J Lomax
26 Jackson. Luius Johnsaon. Reuben Bijornson, Bernard 3eoe A C
SKabn, Harry J Kion, Dan Bear, Robert Brown. J H
xZlen, Mac Keuey, RAg-er Balkuni, David Bradley. Chasa
Kehoe, J Wplter Kemp, An1 rw Bailey, Wmn L rown, Matthew
S aa. Alex J KIt. Napoleon Boghch. Eugene 3ttIUer. Chal B
S atn, Samuel Balkumh John W BriWn, Daniel W
man. Jaamos W layman, Mose Borras, John Z Black, Everett
LAddon, Ben F LOSe, G(eo Brashaw. Chas Biggas. W F
Applntom. Oeo L Lewas, Geo W Butler. Lawrence Brown. Aaron
'o0nard. 8 A Iewis, Ad a Chestnut. A Chestnut, Alex
eAwis, Harr F P Llanay. w1 l Cooper, T G Cooper. Robert H
Lee, Jeff Lee1 Jackson Chestnut. W K Cooper. Aden
Lan. James eeMard, 8 8 Clegg. B B Chestnut. J A
M, this, Wilam W .aafows, Jamei Colley. D s Campbell. A J
Maura, JTowep 1 Moore. Moses Captain, Harry Cook. J E
Mayer, lasac Mlns, Peter Crause, George Clark. Charlie
Mayer, Dave .MIner. Andrew J Chlapella, Thos C(hristian, B C
Mayer, Lep Mootry ,Fletcher Caro. John G (atholic, Philip, Jr
Maura, Joseph E JrMlmas Duncan Chestnut. Ozier Catlett. Philip
.Motta, nEmle Moore. Geo Cravey. Hines Cooper, Jack A
M oney, John daura, F R Cravey, Jonas C (lark. Smith
Macgibbon. James Mitchell, Chas. Cooper, James ` Christian, Chas H
Menefee, OSas Chestnut. Jamns C Cobb. Hurly
fo McDan Peter J McGpurin. T F Carter, John B Cases, Alfred
lo. MeCllea. Graham McDonald. Geo Chestnut. John M Campbell. W H
asac, Sam Jr Pinkston, Chas, Davenport. Oscar Dade, J XN
Preston. Homer Po" ar. Sam Daw, James A, Jr Douglas, Albert
Page, Sol Pritchard, J M Davis. Alfred Dangherfeld, C
___ Davis. BenJ A Douglas. Henry
Durrant, Chas L DeVauguhn, A M
Duval, Bertram C Dean, Earnest
Dawson. 8 C


Fell. West Francis, Thomas
Ferries, Win B Ford, J E W
Fleming. AlbertAB Fliatrick. 0 L
Gonsales, Lomn Geakin. Richard
Now^ insoft r a 1 Gonzalez. Manuel Gross. James
A d -toa bve- Gonalez. C Leonard Godasmith.S
D ng^'^leemst the nourisag a" Gibson. Willis Graham. John H
tnc o artey-Mat d Griffn. J W Godwin, W H
o"o.a Lrtoy oncoction. Itconales. Chas L oo. Ja A
con tan W half of 1 per Glenn. R Gulley, Pete
S cent.. Ume, hence Goldsmith. Tom Gravettr Thos P
S r. Wi te s Governs aet Ho.ihand. Morris J Harvey, E
in ltaw asst lsthePwOf soft drisoHerrington.JE o m Sharrdle
't t -tasteswVel lekswe Ad m _akes Holhand. -WThomas Hunter. Wi
eA4e 0 e4 el It beaSing prepared by Howe. George Howard. Wi
ed A h -u guarantees Ita merit Henderson, R Hiner. TYoua
__ __Henderson, Wm Hatten. J T
-Herrin-gton. F J Holmes, Jote t?
. Holland. Wmi Hesea, erang
i Dr. Mallory Kennedy. Hawthorn. Isaac Harrn Walter
Holland. Jesse W Hlatton. B NM
nd Harris, Walsh W Harvey, TboO
"d ,Henderson, D W Hengbey. Heary
has returned to fe city and resumed Ho liband. Morris f itb. Jn
his regular practice. OfcMee in Blount Hifcks. Steve Henderioa. .ao L
Building. News 9:30 to 12, and 3 to arvey,H Hamb WmC
S Johnson, James M Johnson. John A
iJohnson, John Jachm, i D "
Johnson. Cha3 J Jon. e WB I
DO. THOL S. MITCHELL Kitnesmidt. J Keller.
W-l m .o e i -racce In the city. Ca.n, la erP KLapwrn t H
e i at WitsP .armacy In. the dayKei, P i ng. H
j / re ol.ne sene hn. er.iyh, Alonzo E KellyO, et
NO 4 ........ elly., Aonz o & Lewis, James
SNso. "7. Lamebrt. Alcide C Lio, Charl T
_.. .Lee, Frank B Ladiner, C A,
S Langley. Frank E Langley. J M
ILindsey John R Lewis, Lorenzo
Uvingston, Louis Lowe. David
T Livingston. John B Loga, RoMt
WILL PRACTICE a Williss M kgeneB
....... Meredith. S R Moore, G-eral
"Mitchell, Andy W Meadow J W
*KTfX/yV Mtnford. John M2anwA& John A
N.M Y 1 'Mlford, Fred Messer, F P
Malone. J A Miler. Henry
.. .al. beck. Wm H Marshall. Car
lying their clothk s than pre- k.. taiase, s maett
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o itari Oitto Wwtofm Xc er T MaOannt, latx
b Owen- tailo.- Major. E- I Alf T H M
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Peteraon, Thos 3 Powell, Hun
Palmquist, F F Poaey, Wayn
Pate. Thos C PoWell, AndI
Phillips, Henry E
Rowland, W E Runyan. Man
Rogers, Ezrel L Reese. Henr
Roberts. Jas T Robinson, R
Runyan, Albert H Roberts. J 1
Rhodes. John P Richardson.
Reynolds. Fred A Royster. Ra
Runyan, Wm B Bash. John
Ross. Alex Reache. Vie
Runyan. Amos G Reed, John
Renaper, Willie Reache. Rob
Roberts. Fred Richardson.
Suarez, L E Safflln. Ema
Solqmon. B M Sharit, Wmin
Solomon, H D Simon, W 0
Sanders. Wm A Sheppard. E
Stamn, Wm 0 Staulkworth
80einer, L Smith, Robt
Steqall, A A Simon, Jack
Stfmavon. E H Smith, Jewe
Scof. Walter Shinahouse.
Shelby. John T Steward, Jet
ileard. Jos Spellman, A
S"lth Goo R Seeborn. Ed'
Sims. Wm J Smith. Chas
Scott, John T Shinn. Ande
SCeeOe. Wm Smith. Berr.y
Tornoe, Paul K Thomasa Rot
Tucker, John E ttylor, Johi
Taylor, Hirtam Inompeon, t
Touart, Frank Thompson, S
Thorsen. Thor
Villar. Chase H Vplar. Marti
Villar, Augustine
White, Paul Williams, Jo
Way, Chas A Wilj1ams. Ja
Wilson, George W Ed
Wiggins, Wm D WiUiams. Ar
Waters, Johnson Wt:. Ephra
White. Earl Wlliams, M
Watts. Hanlbal W4ekly, Per
Wilaon. Wnm W Wiltliama R
Walsh. Patrick T White. Wmin
Wight. John F W shlngton.
Wil am. Robert K W lln. Calv
Ward, Cha 7' Wright, A
Yates, Wm J '
District No. 33.
Asheraft, J W Abrams, Th(
Blanton, FVnk H Byrd, A C
Blanto. rW H Brewton. iR
Blanton. J E Byrd. J W,
Brown. W C Byrd. Moses
Byrd, Heaeklah Brooks. S E
Barnes. R A Blanton. L I
Chavers. S W Coleman, B
Coleman, W T Coleman. A
Coleman, Alfred J Coleman, Job
Cribb, D T Coleman. C
Dockens. W B Dockens. WI
Dockens, S B Dockens, J ]
Dockens. eo W
Ennis, F C ddins, M W
Eddins. J R. Jr 'Eddins, R 8
Franklin,W E
Gilley, W M G(odwin, E F.
Gilley. 0 R Godwin. WI
Godwin.W T Godwin, Jan
Godwin. W M Godwin. W I
Godwin, Thou Godwin, I S
Godwin. Marton
Hank, J~i Hall, B C
Hanks. L G Hall, W G
Holland. Etlas Hall. D T
Holland. W IM Hall. J C
Hanks. 3 W Hale. A A
Hanks, C C Hanks. G L
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Line.
James Jerauld. Capt.
Leaves landing Monday. Wednesday w>d
Friday at 7:30 a. m.. makisg regu stops
at Harrw Mary ExLthr, Camp Walto.
pestin and B"o ,_
Returning ,eavs Ros B Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 5:0 a. in., Ar-
riving Pedoscola I -il p. m.
Passenger and freight service.
For rates apply to D. M. WIterlw
Contractor and Manager. Landin 71
South Palafox. Phone 6t0.


Mobile & Gulf Steamship Co.,
In connection with the Atlanta & &.
Andrews Bay Railway steamship Maxo
fn freig t and passenger service between
NMelPe, Pensacola. Panama City, GL. An.
a drows. Millvllle and all points on S. An-
drews Bay. making connection witS A.
& St. A. B. Ry. trains Panama City, T-s..
n days and Thursdays.
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s and paesfetgF rates, apply to
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THE BARK MARIETTA ARRIVES READ ING
IN PORT AND THE MYSTERY IS
EXPLAINED-A WRONG FLAG Ready for you here
WAS DISPLAYED To THE now in the Novemn-
OCEAN. WHICH THE MARIETTA ber Magazines.
SOUGHT TO WARN.
-y / .-- Our New
The mystery surrounding the un-
known vessel, reported last Wednes- Loc2tion
day as displaying diaree sFignals in
0 the gulf. has been solved.
'T:e key to the solution was fur- 109 S. Palafox
0 I'. nished by the arrival in port yester-
1 day of the two vessels connected.
Switch the incident. These are the- IS a moSt CouillOd-
0. Rusaian bark Ocean and the Norwe. -ios one and you'll
^H ~~~~gian bark Marletta. and cle reoorta Iu "*a< o
made by the captains of both vessels find "the change" to
set at rest the numerous theories
Advanced concerning this muchlk- our combined ad-
ed-of maritime happeningu.
The first report o( tils matter as Vantage.
S made by -the bar pilots wa- correct
according to the information furnish-
ed them by Captain Ericsson of the For S hool B ks
bark Ocean. This was to the effect
tiat he sighted an unknown vessel a -
in the gulf displaying signals which C all a
he took to be a call for assistance,
but he was unable to say for a cer- -
tainty that he read the -ignals cor- Bok Store
rectly owing to tue fog prevailing at
the time.
t Since the occurrence both vessels 109 S. Palafox.
have arrived at quarantine, where
the matter was discussed by the cap-
t a i n s 4 a r i e t t
S tCaptain Bjornstad of the Marietta
J L Ledkins. A E told Captain Erickson that he order-
ham, J E Lewis. Sam ed the signal "IVJ" -hoisted to warn
H, Milstead.. V B him that the Ocean was nearing the B
ne. Ephrai McKinley. R E breakers and was liable to be strand-
ood, J T Nettles. M ed. According to the international ici ar a Atlase
ols, Britt Nettlesi, W D code. the letter- "IVJ" indicate that conanes and Adass
11s. Jesse Nichols, 0
rrall, A J Owens, LB danger is ahead and that the vessel for the home and for the of-
Trrall, J W so warned should change her course.
rn, W J Pert. DRC In the excitement incident to carry- fice. Both are necessities.
y. J F Robinson. David g out tae command of the captain
ly. JE-K Rigby, K Linoute oep
ster. Robt Rig h L the wrong signals were displayed by Full lineC of each at -
ison, Wm Roerts, J J the Marietta. This mistake accounts
i. J M Seggeis, Wesley for Captain Erickson's statement HARRY T. IHOWLAND
.y. J V
on. J W Watkins. Samuel 0 that he was not certain of their exact aMmme. ae E-m M 4h 11
ins. J E Wiggins, o j meaning. e B M.
ins. J j Wiggins. u j Both vessels were very close to the __
J W Warner, Philip breakers and were endeavoring to en-
. D. Goss. supervisor of registra- ter port. The Marietta had just t
In an for te out of Esabi changed her course when the Ocean oifa C ta
of Florida, do hereby certify that changedheA Con5LLGw
above is a correct list of all of the was sighted. The captain of the lat-
tered and qualified electors in said ter had discovered the dangerous po- Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
mbeo vote at the general election sition of ahis vessel before the contus- telephone brackets, etc.
mbr 3, i9i. l t heform
J. 1). GOSS. ed signals were hoisted on the form- NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.
er and had luffed uD to recent ac- NO CONTRACT TOO SMALL.
E TRANSFERRED cident to the bark. The Marietta was -
TO THE COUNTY COURT sailing in an opposite direction and E. W PEAKE,
was lost sight of' in fte fog. This -se 346 W
Sykes, colored, charged with accounts for Captain Erickon's fail- -
9 a pistol at Nathan Shackleford. ure to go to her assistance. The -
colored, has been arrested in the proper signals were afterwards holst-
a ed on the Marietta.
ty court and was placed in the The Marietta was found west of the A
ty jail yesterday to await a pre- bar yesterday nd towed to quaran- A W Z
ary hearing* tine at an early hour during the
ackleford claims that Sykes fired morning. She was released and
m without provocation, and says came over yesterday afternoon and
Sykes opened fire on Jim sever- anchored in thae stream. The Ocean
ghts ago while he wa. standing went Into quarantine Wedaesday and By preS vm g yOu
Is yard in the northeastern por- Is also now anchored in the stream. woodwork tai is x
of the city. Or Is ex.
t, ENDEAVORING 'TO ENFORCE posed, you reduce your
istration List STOCK LAWS OF THE CITY lumber bills, save labor,
Contains 8000 Names *** a
Contains 8000The city authorities are determined wages, and avoid inter-
"- to enforce the new stock ordinance tins O business.
ie Journal publishes this morn- and the trial of persons for a viola- b r l yu ep
he list of registered voters for tion of its provisions is almost a daily great a yOUr exose
mbia county as prepared by Su- occurrence in the recorder's court. lumber, shingles, etc.,
sor J. D. Goss. The list is by Yesterday Wmin. Ridley was fined $2
be largest that has ever existed. and costs by Recorder Johnson for with
contains apDroximately 8,000 violating this ordinance.
s. of which from 2.500 to 3,000 j a P Io
colored.
pervisor Goss has taken a great CA M OLINNUM
of pains to have this list as cor-
as possible, but in transcribing Ju Lt R C eiv d Prolongs the life of
any names it is obvious that
errors must necessarily occur A full line of dill, sweet and mixed lumber, brick, sails, tar-
thesunrviorask al whsepickles, Dodeon Uraim pickles, cat. pau i ,etC. COSts littl.
B do not appear-properly on the
o notify him at once-or at the sup., apple buter in jars, fresh aauer
not later than Saturday of next
* The proper correcton will kraut. New and fresh gods arriving
be made. daily.
J. E. CONCANNON, &
r 509 South Palafox St. (.m. *

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