Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 10 27, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01224
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
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Sh Attack of the
Siisent Too
N36 on AenyOne,

fWgtm ...Oet. sO M.-'aeplyiag to
P5ealuet ainsevlt's letter to Sea-
tor K tM o i reference to the appli-
Sat the wrt of Injunction in a-
b, hw diekft-, SOiel -Oampers, presi-
-dent of ,the Amlrts- Federationa of
a -9 *4waeat i-sed today.
4 gaBernai he pMit for
Wbot Ae Cf position
Of a l t at -ui-udi*ip to bit-
*t9 t~raulllb- -t~M-.

'Kict, justice, and

At nw gxss et
a_0d uplift I-tasil ed
wmw the Invaslonr
and human, itere
W'ru Mot, -the pnisdent

0#* 0 Caj

Chairman Mack

Very Confident CHEI

The f"l"owl V telegram was received in Pensacola for National
SCominittoeam T. A. Jenntags, who is at present out of the city, rg-
ltg a deaoerats to be active in' the campaign and get out a full In f
Vote Oc November 3:
"New York, October 26, 1908. *
T. Albert Jennings, National Committeeman, d < #
"*Peasaola, Morida.
-"We are now confdent that Bryan will win in the electoral col- Hou
lege. I am wiring to urge you to call upon the voters of your state *
to be active aqd to appeal to those in strong democratic sections to C
bring out .tCae full democratic vote so that a big majority of the *
popular vote will be east for Bryan and Kern. A majority of the Wd
Popular vote will help to secure the reform legislation to which our *
* party to committed. A big 'majority in your state will help thekdem- *
* eracy everywhere. Please leave no effort untried to get out .e *
* full democratic vote in your state. Appeal to the democratic pa- 0. AIUI
* pers which have done so much in this campaign to aid in this work. -Oct, 2.-
"NORMAN E. MACK." ed its 5
Garden 1
* * * 4* * ****** to the D
quickly 1I
seat -n o


Maj. Edward M. Robinson,
of Mobile, Shot Him-
self Sunday.

Hi.s Death Crested a Sensa-
tion in Mobile and All
Over Alabama, btue to His
.Prsmnence The Cause
of Suicide Cannot Be

I, ;-

Sn r. lt an Issue ef the
t o jaMelratnim lst, in whieh was
,ehapter, "Some equivo-
or. trom George A
ftt ral Overstrain."
.i Citicism.
S1, hTt e b h u of the book." Mr
'GeO erssapm 1s an been criticism of
w4 .te otry in their Id
rights., atereats,
* &ntfl 48V t0the worked& aS anything
I Xii *Ave ~ Si or written."
JThe e Ieli acknowledge thank e
Ci, pt e a article, set the follow
"Tbe White* House, Wwbluigton.
.Janrr WI. l.
S"My Der Mr. Gomprs: You may
Sbe e n o I ow that I have sent
pimps of the mL*e Owrstrai' to Ju-
tlceg MY, -"'lUK4ana. I am -gad
at we y r W Os to t re It in the
a ending tmet the -copy of the

party fr ..t. and peers,
-To Nr. 1ueto I% arpers, President
the laimar i federation of Labor.
STbe.eteer tlkdiverter, perert
Sde es. "Is that Prer sident Rs owe-
volt bavtn mmle Injnwwtm Judge
oTaft that tme te of the R wll not be can
party for peetent. an& seeing t tj
the Olabor, voe, which so b ofte has
been cor Ud,'diverted, anad pervert
edby m by e i wUi t n MIs now arotmeo
and detenatd to de ver t oear
vote; that the tOllers will not be ca-
JoiI, deceived oer brow-beate, has
Ibea m e dperaft and angry. an In
3his agr. by thel m the w xhIMtle h of
"si0I tet to nstille wnto the
u-erss -and business men the fear
that their prpevty and brsiine are
Aen im Vr if a -eare deal'. Bplied
Wa a fltya btore the law sad human
r tu s *t-^aonied to the workers
with all other itienas. It is an ex
bf htiut of yspotent rage and dia
peltaMtg. ade an awful descent from
the % fty oe the high ofece of the
pre Iatf the UUated States. No
e nbuttlNmusel will be deceived an to
p h ewrpd of Mr. Reesevelt.
"'Te workerss and imberty-loving citi
se s are aromsed as never before
S atnce '61. the battle cry for tree
dom' is agala take ap. Then it was
for the. naio and the abolition of
* black slavery; today it Is. for the

(@eMfui eM 0 POWTws.6)

mr. ]dward 3M.

thei ry, tkore *a rsentative. in
the legislature of Alabama, and who
had refued many honors in the po-
litical feM, ended his life Sunday af-
ternoon by a shot from a revolver in
his private bedroom at his palatiaI
home on Government street shortly
after 3 o'clock. The news of the
tragic ending of this brilliant young
man, when It become known, caused a
seMsatUn thro6tbout the state, and
last aight and teday telegrams have
been received "fro every part of the
state expressag coamdlesce. He was
well known lan te nouth and in New
York, and at one tipe in the last De-
mecratic ntiaal campaign toured a
portlan of the United States for Wil-
41am Jennings Wryan. He -was a warm
supporter of egtor Josephl P. John
ston,. 'upportig lhim for every office
that be was a candidate for. He
toured the state for Senator Johnston
in several esapaigns and made a last-
Ing reputation for himself as a politi-
cal stump speaker.
SNo Cause Known.
The caeqs of his suicide cannot be
fathoed out. as he left nothing that
Is known to show why the deed was
committed. He hadt practice that
was making him a t rtaue, his politi-
cal future was a great one. be num-
bered his frieads by the thousands
his finances were all right, his home
life was happy. The eoly emaee given
is that the unfortunate man became
(@mmtemus ss Semi Pam.)

* Washinagt, Oct-. .--- I,
suppose Heaveu helped us to *,
* Jets our ha dsJlrnay," sa" Ml
* Japanese Ambassador Taka- *,
* hira today with emotion, as he *,
* discussed the visit Cf the Am- *
* erican fleet to JapWa,* which *
* has just come to an end. Am- *
* basaador Takahtra had just re- *
* turned a short while before *
* tram the White House, where *
* he was the guest of President *
* Roosevelt at luachaon, and to *
* whom 'he delivered a message *
* of thanks from the Japanese *i
* emperor for that which the *
* president seat aa the fleet de- *0
* parted.
S* **0*0

For Murder of Wife Whitmore

Being Tried the Second Time

Sr Agesated POesM.
Iqk, OCt 2$-The secod
Wode tWhitmore began i1
y thi moraninag when the at-
p took the task 6f select-
1I ey Whitmaore on a charge
eis 'hts wife and throwing
qt* Lmpblack 84amp, on
..rveo. at year.
rst trial, the turi Joagreed

but this time the state tkgn Its case
is stroger, a two woma -who diap-
pared immediately after Mrs. Wit
more was killed, have heM found, and.
It is said, that both wR teaty that
they saw Wh&tawore .4 hi wife leave
the hose on ( hristms IW, and later
saw Whitmore etars altoe. Whit-
more declares that he did not see his
wife on the neight of the murder.




The Standard Oil and Pow-
der Trusts to Face the
Government. -
By Amoclatd PPest
New York. Oct. 2.-The hearing of
the suit of the government to dissolve
the Standard Oil Company will be re6
sumed in New York tomorrow morn&
tin and during the week two otf

be gotati 01a on l S
the other being the bearing J the ease
against the so-called powder trusts.
During the week the hearing In this
case will be transferred to Wilming-
ton, Del.
During this week and next a large
number of railroad men are expected
to testify In the Standard Oil ease, the
defense having summoned many of
them. December 1 has been set by
the judges of ta-. circuit court as the:
date by which the defense mst finish
the testimony. Frank B. Kellogg, whG
is prosecuting the ease for the govern-
ment, will then be given a month In
which to introduce testimony In re-
buttal and the final arguments will be
made before the fu;n bench of three
judges of the circuit codrt of the
eighth district at St. Louis, soon after
the first of the year.
Mr. Kellogg will make the argument
for the government, and Merits Rosen-
thal, of Chicago, will sum up the case
for the Standard Oil Company. It is
expected that each lawyer will require
at least four days for his argument.
as the record of the testimony so far
taken In the case consists of more
than seven million words.

When "Joe" Cannon |

ASaw&t g
Swth 4'A~-

L W--e wmute
Lr BWch 4-He
mme the Closing
'dft ('rnpaign.

- n- s
arOeard*. ew York,
yf-.4 Deakocracy turn-
oward Madion Square
t t -tek. its welcome
S* eaMate, Wm. J.
auditorium was
UdaS 8' o'cbck every
L dik d the aisle-

t~~Represeitativa if
hawna .thea Derma-

: Campaign

The Bryan-Kern campaign fund c
S contributions had increased it to $
Sto receive contribution to Satu
Sbe received after that
S Money is needed and z ed bad
0 crats of this section of Flrida ar
* creasing the fund to at least $900.0
Raised. Democrats who can spare
S The contributions yesterday were
Bryan tunwody. City .............
Through Bueil Cefc4
* McK. A. D. Ca.upbell. Chipley, Fla
Total. .. ... ... ... ... ......
* Previously acknowledged. ... .....
* Grand total, ... ... .... ... ...
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...*****. HeAlsoAnnounmcesthe Sme

Fund of His Interest in the

FS $834.00 FNational.
s$834.00 ""*
continues ts grow, and last pight *
834.00. The Journal will continue" ACTIVE BUSINESS
irday, October 31st, but none will *
Ily at the present time, and Demo- *
e appealed to in the hope of in- W. S. Keyser, W. A. Blokdt,
00, even it a thousand caasot be 0
a dollar are urged to send it in- Knowles Hyer, W. J.
as follows: Forbes and W. K. Hyer,
C. p ey.. .. a00 Jr., Are Purchasers of the
ple4y, i. .
L................. ...... 1.00Stock of Mr. Knowles in
.. ... ... ... ... ... ...S 4.00 the Institntion.
... ... ... ... ... ... ... 828.00 .-
.. ... ... ... ... ... ....834.00 An announcement of. much aInterest
was made yesterday by Prasuieat
Wa. H. Knowles..of the First Natb=s-
al bank, when he stated that he bad
) Tscr T7E* Spurchased from W. A. Meant *the v-
IBO N ea-story bualdiug at the corner at Gar-
den and Palafoz streets, sad*ise that
'C A M P N E MO he Is to retire from active etrol of
the Flrqt National bank on January
CA rA A having dtnoad of tAe coPtroviaK
stock of thke bank to a syndcate. com-

neat cthe ,Deuver conven-
John* 1V J Fourten MoreM Arrests
vid R. 1; Governor
Ansell, thna: former Connection With Night
Judge, arrHerman Rid, R Otae
der a iran Mack. Rider ut es.
The leader were wildly
cle^ered y took their seats.
ad- tLewis StuyvesantM a" "
Ca1 md tratic nominee for.Tells -i That
great o, *he cheering T ey Have One of the
lsertd i, t ll b oote bnler | | h Rin fT Leaders, and She
stopped 1^ Wielding a chairman's J |ae
gavel. T I Proposes NoW to Tell

hi peaking. Mr What She Knows-F.eel-
Ve aHin W whpeaing. Aye re by Wil Rtn r
eryan e roar aound- Says He Is Satisfied Until ing Now Intense Against
ao l a i." e-'svoile, and Hearst Read Stolen Let- Night Riders.
VadGrdeen was in the terms That Judges Did Not 4 p
tlri. a s tether cllire, and Know of Their Existence. Camp Neo ReefootLake, Tenn-.
wail thIsWroh nor farteen e Oct. 26.-Fourteen mere prisoners
te atis. obernor S Proud nt H were broughtto camp toda
hei n -i g enaection wath the recent alght rider"

a sto d at spa table. New Yor, o ct. 2-John D. Arch- Ing parties weaf,,t tanI ww e o e
crowds i te galleries shook te bunt- bold, of the Standard Oil Co., made a turned. The third will sot be back
lgr. icorations that h ung from al-a statement today regarding the letter before tomorrow night.
ler rails, afd when the sand played read by William R. Hearst here Sat- As an Illustration of the temper of
Ameca," the crowd sang the nation- Irday night, in which Archbold says the people, an incident which occur-
Mr Bryan stepped to the olAtform "I was very sure antil Hearst read red Sunday, when one of the prison.
rail witroutan introduction and waio- the letter neither Judge Morrison nor ers now in camp, was taken, is of in-
ed forthedeonstraton to cease Judge Henderson had any knowledge terest. The prisoner's wife came to
then said he was glad to begin the of my having written Governor Stone the gate a Ms the party passed and sald
closing weeh of the campaign n New in their behalf. Judge Henderson was "Thank God the time has come
York City. "I am glad." he said, "be "not appointed by Governor -Stone to when I can tell what I know. You've
cause by reports which come from the supreme court, but was three years got the man there." she said, pointing
your city and your state. I rejoice in later appointed by Governor Penny- to the wagon load of prisoners, "who
the evidence of a victory so large -that packer to the supreme court jadgship is one of the ring-leaders. He come
tre east and west and the north and If however, any feeble words of mine to my house and held a pistol on me,
sopth wie claim a part in that vic- could have influenced in the slightest and I'm going to tell what I know."
atoey** the selection of those gentlemen for
"I expect," he said, amid great their respective positions, I will be
cheering, "to be in Washington after very proud of it. Their state has had
March 4th." He pleaded for a demo. no better servants than they, and I
cratic congress to help frame the rem- certainly have never asked them any
edial legislation which the Denver favor of any kind, whether for my
platform demanded, and saldeit would self or for the company with which I
be possible to send to the senate am connected."
measure after measure, "and with a' Further on in the statement he
majority of the American people be. says "Any Intimation by Hearst that LU .
hind us, we can demand that the sen- he had any communication from me
ate submit to 'the will of the people or any of my associates in connection
as expressed at the polls." with the stolen letters is a lie." y Associated Pres.
Mullias, S. C., Oct. 26.-Fire today
destroyed the building occupied by the
Imperial Tobacco Co., owned and
operated by J.. P. Sal" & Co., who are
buyers for the Imperial.
In the building was about three hun.
dred thousand pounds of tobacco,
some of which was ready for export
This was a total loss. Several of two
hundred employes had narrow escapes
from losing their lives. The less is
estimated at four hundred thousand
dollars, mostly covered by insurance


Atlanta, Ga.. Oct. 26.-The
state court of appeals today 0
held that municipal ordinances *
that conflict with the state law #
which licenses looker clubs are #
* illegal. The decision was hand- #
ed down in t e ase of a MS- 0
con. Ga., club against the state *
attacking the ordinance of that #
city prohibiting locker clubs. *
The court held in substance *
that municipalities cannot *
Make illegal waat the state has *
Legalized. 0

Syndicate Buys
Mills, Payinlag S

SWiaM to The Jeornal
1 Brewton ,Ala.- Oct S2--T)e larpsd6
deal to take place in the baber lh-
%in South Alabama uhas usttoa ee0-I
rummated here, whereby S. J. J. shest
31~M. P. Yataso of Brewtan.C. YT. MayoI
- and Joe Douclas have ecge vato pos
session of the property l the Mad
lets hit by this storm he'll fand that it is a twistLr Thy Lia r cy at ns i N~i

posed of Wa. S. Keyser, W. A. amount.
W. J. Forbes, Knowles yer and W.
K. Hyor, Jr. The Blount building as
it is known, I the finest and largest
building In ta e Aity, thoronugly fire*
proof and practically new.
S Retires January 1st.
Mr. KnowrW will remain at the
hetd of the fIrst National baak until
January 1. when there will he an eloec-
tma of officers. He will fiaia a
member of the directorate eran after
ht retirement as president of the In-
sttution. it Is stated thut W. K. Ky-
Jr., who has r b eea iest.le
oint the bank an cashier and vice-
rweident, will probably be chosen as
president, with possibly W. J. Porbes
as cashier.
Wr. Knowles has bess iestifled
with the First Natiusal bk since
tq orvsitk-I and w Z.C. &reAt
Petrad from active i ,J VO a tw
or a Mr. Knowles p ane the
060 It tn *he bak a" be-


-P w
sin bo hk a- pOurn-se of the
Blount building. Mr. Knowles made
the following statement:
"I have sold my controlling interest
In the First National bank of Pensa.
cola to a syndicate of gentlemen of
this city, composed of W. S. Keyser.
W. A. Blount, Knowles Hyer. W. J.
Forbes and W. K. Hyeri. J, ad ex-
pect to retire from the active cOm-
trol of the bank- on the firat of Jaa-
uary next. I will remain on the
board of directors as heretofore. .1
have also purchased from W. A
Blount. the building on the corner of
Palafoz and Garden streets, known
as the Blount building."


MfomSE ThiL

Morse "Busted the Bank,"
Said Former Vice-Presi-
dent Lee.

By Arsd tdi A Bla-s.,
New York, Oct. 26.- O 0rdis .
si m of the testimony of John W
Gates, Former Judge Morgan O'Brien,
Charles M. Schwab, John H. laiglec,
aud William P. Havenwyer, to the ef
feet that a directors of the National
Bank of North Ameries, they had
evqr auterhosed the hooriag of over-
drafts by Charles W Mbormt, viea-presl-
deat of that henk, a"d a- eves
known the existence of such 'practice,
the prosSeeutie late today rested Wi
case In the IUnited Sttes6 court here
agasitt the former bankersad fronoter
and his fellow defeadit, A. H. Curtis
who are being tried ofr aa aseged vioa
lation of the national habtrig laws.
The day's session furanished a* aBum
her of sensations, not the bast of
which was the declaration by W. W
tLe, former vice-president, that oa the
day of the Institation's collapse,
Us, who was present, had aid to him:
"I have just told Morse that he has
busted the bank."

Pollard, Ala.,

am of $380,0OO

a.edsey. the owner atof mueak valua
real estate In Meoble.
The property eemNo-t Of a larv
sOw MiUR plant, 3k arssr at tiau
-'pd land and ftoiW u Il' a of mp.
rood, the pric paidml M sme.0
Th new ak takes
Meigage, L wl likely
to1-- early date, as
fha se ia interests ia

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tr l ch he pistes some .yd the Big (Contune From First Pa) tage Hill Sunday school, as ted Yander h adthisce a d u anq wish. YOU need not e
pictr hopes to fool the man into suddenly insane and the orror of the Bible cams, ao vice ast egaphon. Simply talk
E I I I EUeisto a d oall.h to seek restr" r g" f lt thep L and* he v A W th isr''ng'lSo about it. Let your words i
'-- i- ~a "ae a maiarright to die- Major Robinson, er att ndi e a.u .. ug* e. listen. Thy lik it. .. SO 0 thIrteip s involved in In- church, was down in the business dlwSudepess Nn P b Ignite.- -?
The. F i Taken to s NOW as atterney-g w- trict during a etthe st ed ht e wth ebeTheirs s s* Spend thousands a ye
i Wbt aWesoeted a civil suit for dam- Athelstan Club. onet ofthe led 800 ,f our sister and w contemp-ete wt get Spd thousandwss as -
armnvile, "a., Wtoa^ ured, wor.uA. That social organizations o the -city at 3 Nrrow tae v acant chair. i Nw Y theS..S to and experienced salesme
Se stor ox was the cial counsel o'clock, went to his home ad was death we have lost one who was ever sn -arrir atstesn are hs niggardly hundred or two
He is Wanted. 0'f o Pesycvapa raltow and of se en with his wife and ULtt Schild o ready b lte oe o Cet*. to e o lh ha
-e Wantbe United States Sed Corporation the lawn. apparently in elymius. Later She wa aobe fmgple a tSue oSf t b11. #u b the peopl that you have
-w4id WIO-d quity %Ia dsulm to ss the trio entered the house a& W_ t Christian d alwaysftitea Jton e qrr the salesmen, ab" hangings
Thus. ankam&,7 a y0eMg W^1te maMM *he ijoaction abuse. but certainly down to the midday meal. Daring the atgr s e.ttahhrt" gtint e agro t Wt h
tI the employ of a teIe as.ea y on e0ly fromthe viewpoint of the f te-dd dining hour he arose fro a tie tshte S te ?S3ra' utS p*e1-1"et Ase m of wealth are shop that spes $5,000 a
Ae G --- -----m ... retmly few t o the dpiesds Ardining hour he ar foe the table ho eamvmesIricherfo tr th ilransfer. od N k NO mar myin g b ea utf,. Ircvla
asstGoveama arrftad ar corporations wno profit by abuse and went to his room without saying so lev the world sad His a- e- 7 mwom beanttafr meqcen- very owst imat Spe
yesterday by Depaty sheriff Siaath the injuntion writ, as it brings ad- a work. In a few seeeaa n sashot ram that He scattered flowers threno'gh N wem a re tly as t
on the charge of embal He is wantage s" d piet to corporate greed cut on the air. Hi-wtfe and sertantsm warM to beautify tse dwellIng sert mWe In fact, these hideous mar- n
wanted tn Greenville Ala. where It is and power, on rh into the room- ftOid the wa, to steps their natures, i boErog ae becoming In this country o
ad he embesd 'ed absou Ste Invades Human Liberty. uelass Oftthe brlia tV g 0t tSwde memories back to them. ge ste that the newspapers don't hes- Yor ii
pany "ouern eI the nts have got Invaded h- otorneys tr d-S he h 0 -L Merriman was ever a lover of tate to ru=t very forcibly upoo enterprise. It Is your eatp
Waeriff Irwin, of Alaam, arrived mm liberty. They haye notN ader- ifeblood low ngterm a *i aw mAl the beauties of ate. I approve the cruel c yarself create and w
here yerdatie 5 3ithSSo "" t pet oora Itein s w He7604616 Si e to st powers .a -mnts. i Wka such pemrs of yoa -saf
see trasifo s 5 aid t dentRoosevelt c aracterize Uimy i bbr nto % so meSeYTva Thatwewlr.. wasaedwn. In a ittle town in 1S as endteagg as the eyrn
onrain for Oevme with the Jf uee o 'y Ja ofJ udgelate frWoodseeing Of s the MnY Otbrexample, her w^e Z@Ml Rt yit," he NadSW"a WMlRW.
prioner 4Ladia WSMOS. f6e upon the city Sfpkel emO D sooty eamum sad amfaltering seal in *e altef sevet-Sine years Marrieda
TO CURL A COLD IM Omg DAiy samaadi 0 trust an 'a ,&es alsear. enshroudd. to* =POWeassee a Christ and the unselfsh I- "M*g p30 tty mlam t tweaty- .y-
TOh CU A OS nOMO QIt4 Y i se tof jusicer ? n 'aee ist we deughe- terest she bd in all her friends tOW The e-l paper printed the next
Te U satla imosey if it T4e0tw4ar that "the ver*e't type of Major RobUtnason im in M s sa .ue i Vy W Bilai pamgraph a be\
fatls to w. W. GROVTW Nignw. alras In his .wiMest dreams never mether, Mrs. Marth A. Robipaso .of Realved.s That we extend to t 6e -wse pr a O
ture em eao hext 8. setl th3e sh.aem tt the taluae. Stocktoa; two sisters. Mrs. rnest relatives our sincere sympathy and |, sas hen Mr. Bla|k's
...tie process, Mr. um talts that Jagerman, of Nashville. Tens.; aM *se* that a copy of these adol ti p mm v his sl.u aft
A lW 0f Old lab3 orasto de tsio IEMe Robinson. er.hM. s aet to tem oame to beraed 4 u did,"h
estored to the uase wceh it has oGeorg9e A. -obtes-, s Mw Yeek 4t o pled on e*Ie t the lmastes o rf falr ia"b Wol
tud UP ntt or be tUsly dverted from the pro. A special steamer left last nlght for Sunday school. one to the irgh e'a-*Vw th sl beravemet Their
als, Sftca lae, at I JVag* tectie oat property rights to the iavas. Stockton to coawy to NOWb e the g6le 4age SaWd se to4 the ladiM' 4W b e" sow Avowst# MMS, '
.u ofien of personal freedom." He quotes stricken mother and sister, they arryv society. also be published In ow come .
8WO e O EM oftnm the Presildent's messages to con-,tag shortly before midnight. .1 Ws XM be fOr ThoeiJOUnaL.

"t l. ,I Apalachicola Bv
--men, soel--fteo UsI Strivi
wbkk wereveretby AllC.U. Perte.

jun c nasrMr. On this qBbus et ppuae h adat, emblem
Gms alm Isists thaame rW of needing r St, when sweet repose
ohaofe farae sUE h. They late has dceded mo ke a Iumeicea upam
advocated by the lMderation lo deis b olaeethiart
OnMan Viit her, are not as broad or tmow here, the are I town, the writer yelds to the lmun
ive in s sn t- the r r ik Trma am d h m aina" tic- t-g o- to for a stroll Sten t the
Dus ....- ... m5putes actn a_--- -J
Sd T.r The mo re fact," conti aue Mr. or button, onpry V dreamy sound mini b e
Go:pers, "that Mr. Roosevelt d0 j m mmt upon Ute snow-white beach and revl
UK so constitute it; t, and5 h.ra ing Red M& WI& Saend Woran In the d ueslth c c m

unctio"nmrld rly ir tUo to fnths-unctiont bi to i to A"d his unwarrant- I$.00to$2Mt Iuing nearest to tere Bi dve i vie
-i m la each I m-twa the d attack o we so thoroughly .a- Wh- D'isclOtres toG Waaicola is indeed a veryo prett-
.... .di ..e.t reel- elated by the New m hch Red formw--. _An W e.D co prosperol sad proressive ow s
aiding ar- aactrises Nhi for Ms past utter-aO. Are Made. r o Ho .
SMarshal es In severe language a at all the go. atedat the of t
gt withwhich he now attacks me:' and bay, which bear its name, is the
t.bu! eoed in amvce nicty. Referring to dissentive opInions of y Assestated Pros. southern terminUs of the Apalaaicola
the l btween the med- Justice Harlan, Justice Moody and and .i N orr rc.-A special to &Norther rS. by
,- w many lev Yark Oct. 26.-A specias togbpat with e F. -. R. R -
WAR se s dsatfitie Iu thedS urses of lega MEE30 the Trilhae f rom Fall River, Mass.,, 1fssesosed oF superior shipping fse
iss ~ ifs reetUM1 ti ahe declares that Mr. Roosevelt Feet FIurn iem l lisays ciUties and a beauty peculiarly it
11:3- wBhen a negro baa "placed me in good company." Ake the climax in a drama was own., its futureis as brght as the
s W ts Roosevelt Swalowed It. 1s2 South iurthf wrevseq o a a re woa at surfce of i lad ba
.to ima. Puie "Of Xcourse-" he says. everyonee "twe6dil~ of her suitor and "ter ri- Reeved trme the arrasin
r, -by tel.e knows that the president 'stro val here yesterday. The marriage of clamor of competitive strife and free
___ M ah.T n went to urged every measure which he ao Charles J. Reagan, banker, and Miss from' th.e tortures of disease-lfaen
vated, and iaen accepted what his Mary B. Chadwick. was the social dust, this Ittle gem of the alt coaqt
.at ta.,-,,o ,t. Mr. Jacoby political opponents in his own party I event the season. The church was at once wins the admiration of ts
siai s fled a dist am e s choe to give him. It is general know- I fIled with friends. After the ceremony visitors and enslaves them to its
NaUtdstatalJ the ara *' at- ledge that he had a mere liberal plat- the bri" e and members of the wedding charms.
a he left to investiate the form prepared for adoption by the Re- party tarted down the ale as the Amongthe many things e which
s g.A. t.e. the home of publican convention at Chicao and Lwedding march was played. A closely LPpeai to the lover of objects of In
li Aede le. 108 North Bar. then accepted what they 4oled out. v led wa clad in black rose, terest, *Is a monument standig alone
* .ated by a Ah know at the pwination of Mr. picked up a four-yearold boy and held upoa a plot of ground, where starlight
Wl g w dertb. Sherman for the vice-presidency was h st to Mr. Reaan dewdrops fall ently upon the
wgggb paghaTy grtwtgg s ea a rw of counted .by.) o eCnnon as al n t "Step, Charles Reagan," she cried. sculptured urn 4hich forms its sm-
lltt' whMi h l Be e atg- Mr. Von 'Genial Joe' Cannon as a slap in tte Ci*ty Givin This -.- "Wils- Miss Sullivan," gasped Rea- r'it-
n "A ndale's room and was i the act face for Mr. Roosevelt, bute eag Mivan, gape te urn, upon each of the
WI Nofa 1 6eahi &-for a geld wteh*elyig en dent, because hi W loatets judge, Mr/ "Ye_ It's I." exclaimed the woman. four faces of the shaft supporting it,
----o-----a toale when he was discovered. Tat, bhas been nominated for the pres- t "Hohe I here yourchild. I've
When Mr. Va A.ilale endeavoredto dency, now not only swallows the tak ,'care of him Ior four years. Now
-e.. under his pillow o- r a revolver whole pot pourd., but oust e d- Taxes N owy must take him-you or your
1 r the lntrader made for the door and rectly and indirectly attack me in thae e"
S.. ea Mr. Van A ain fred Igt which my fellow-workers and The w te sad walked out.
thee shets at him, but he Seeing are making in defense of equality be. City Tax Collectsr Whiting la TTe7e bAiBan.Ctureda rndwaledu
i e eaped without being bit. He fore the law, t the semaof labor with opene the tax weeks WS* eept The bri e a friends were
Set get-ite watch. all other citizens, and for the estab of taxes for the year 19S s ba Ios stricken. Reagan stood alone in
Wiglt swas going on an un- Ishment of human freedom the large corporties etas the aW35, bdIUg is hIs arms the baby
mi oown aegro .entered thie home Mr Gosampers asserts that the lin this city who e w Pl I M wN /revivedI she re turn-
SOR rass ev lmnt street, be. "Pearre inkUctIaon bil0 which pr. taxes for thge thea _,as a- I.,theu
S pr tg Bara ma. Roosevelt attacks. has been before Soauthern Bell 'elssphbse Cmpany to* Mr. Reaga
AI was abo it&port- to peMn smlear.t'/several congresses without a wer4 of and the Standard Oil Camer. He left town last evening. refusing to
S* ters sa was investigated by officers. criticism or comment f bt- im" and expects to pe y a ei e Ia s s ake ownidestation. He took
lbea, ortly after eatertg the eouse the scouts the sureation that "Mr. MItch. days from tW LoirsvI 31e Rt the chi m- with A.
wi lftB gi'?- ainegro was discoveed by. member of el and other labor leaders" are met In v.le Railroad Compe y agr SAW tI .
fmthef1a1y and 4= made hi escape by sympahy with him ip his advocacy payment of the amoat tof taxs a- A ERIES OP TN TALKS ON
thrn wag a sw ow at wchofl the Pearre and WiLo pjwetl n 1II U essed agai mesttthat Is at e ase o
--,.. te O A member i the bola. properties in this place. -
she can identify the "John Mitchell, Frank Morrison and This in the last month la Iwhich a | BU SY
SI are now on trial to show eae why two per cent. discomt wM l he e r ,
S- .we exercised our coetlt tonal rit yew w. newspaper which has the
.having violated so law of Wstate or na-
S I I 1 o tion," says n Mr. Gomper-. "Wil the MRS. MERRIN PASS usually makes the lode
president publicly justify Justice AWAY XT COTnTAB HILL
* s i i i ,- , A --. ... ,o Gould's injunctiont ,d the coate.npt .to T .h--.. I..,mt Jish
....... proceedings to ds Mit he Mor ts H to ott Jasge. H Do 0t S.p aronad fro
[m.and me to jail owk fe g rounds for Cottage Io oe 'hi. ( ureah Delivered Five Speeches, At- Suaccess in atis
contempt which are pUt forward by deith ofMMrs. M m. lth smeflt 3o0d- a t same a .
-l mr ,-lo _o pithe Bnck's stove and Ransge coaay anht (October 19) brs to the tded e and Re- t e same
_l_. 1 el ql ____ iw sud by Justice Gould isbaedp new Sielld.Ba u 101eUponed a rae b OI newspaper youw nor s
j--unctione issued by Judge Taft nd fris m the epest enee ow viewed a PIarade. Pick out-the newspa
S Ia ge Taftas language is quoted by md speech wea r ism. !l rre"aders yo want for csto
Soa Starts Road Juatice Gould. ca-- early Tue '- y i. g -p 1 l you et things go-g kee
.,. -"It is the purpose of the opponent* quickly ftoud iway heS ~ o k&
1I I. T Ine_ o Sveral of labor tonullify the labor movement homes. S Ae d NO. t theday canvassers from cmpe
*D C t Sc jois ~through ra and M r. Roosevelts now cottwase a deote to a trip late Connecticut and the you immediately ad show
Se-eI have attacked the federal courts. aI workr. y ae else o a esseess sei n rof meic, or it may be of geogr
S- a man and as a cuitien. I have notha in to temperace .. --inr on the present visit to twice the rlaeo at ha
R A 9 Pm C SS tO pt N ml.n g W Cook leaves toy foron te o Baa u u ct by Mrs. this section was prosetedbyhim advised you didn't kow
t '.n w d as- u s pressed my views and ecrdticisa -per- aH and the feeling of sadness tat withrbOth w. oa eme taAm ther ne p e
MU'wodyshunaUps strong, yet respectful Ian- touchedev ery bore testo We theday was one of compaaty
he will also visit the Roberts .o ttrono yht eec lan- t the many vfrtue and graces t ease or the cdide,call made pays other newspaper
S-d of eportance mind and character which had so e po him In Brooklyn tonight wereillio ire
M 111U n n r IM t both tai- deared the deceased to her many such as to keep him actively occupied "illioare.
U-s. Mr. Coak is especially em- friends. every sment. When Taft entered
pcet oves the maaer Il wheh the The Sunday school sent two floral tht portion of Greater New York this They are all
A agt of e=t10a1 A rest to the eity ashools ame progresag daring UU I tributes. ane of roses, the other a afte m he foad himself fairly .
cih-i the ethwe paorttom af tthe e rt etow weeks aulowiag e LL U sheaft et wheat, which ito typial o verw elae with engagements. Be- and you like to meet the
cft w Smeu at the s nse*s sowfso of the school year. A meit- her work in the great harvest feldu. ore the nlot was over he seom-B your advertisement is the
the ard o f Psbb Safty to be y a igr teachers may be eaued short- r rWe know one bre aeaf has been p"lit e speeches. eaten dinner and that store
at :. I* ass te the ctI ly4 m110 s it w ll be possible for all l garnLered In the kingdoms of God. with a budred prminent republican s and ayour st a pa
clem saews, T is wa he 1- reprt teOers to complete ther monthly re- Mrs. Merriman's nephew. Dr. H. H. as t*e sst of Republicea State can't afford it; at least not
of the 2n 110e10 to e1et parts by next qgturday. This Mr. UU Y Ennis, of Moline. Ill., came to take Chairman Timothy L. Woodruff, re adertsin r atin
r the w trct t e Cook is espeally desrous to bring her remains back to be ured beside viewed parade, and the attended a ering app
InGt l t rt of be city ahoat. and wpes that teachers am- _C her husband. a reception athe Union Iague Club. newspapers C inOly.
At tjft bu set s atothe bus Ute yeld In' the city schools especially WN7. IF%- ILV AM-l-^
isagn aM5 5e n..airnwagIeSv prepared to 'submit their reports There Will Be NO Celebra. "Bury me near the old home
lag ass In this matter mad t. es at the ml of the present week. There let me sleep. I V| i i | 1 An eight-inch adverti
aa- was tsnseea to muas Its tion, However, Over Bury me where mny ol friends N i f fll will bring much bigger resi
Mla ns t assist. gesnl eens Labor Vote Arouaed, May other round and weep. ||n| in fo~r atWS
Vinuin f this 8e e i5ysSamu n G pe the Event. Where rn fries wee ktew me bept,
ta ke tree as owrsu s -t t-e Is 3. a urnK, n ci tas sigsn al- Washington, oct. 26s-Tmorrow "Bury me near the old home, that in due time evecyb

til1 ZOQa j-.b i f rt e that part 3f S. cit. b* having be __a the attack is o tedsl l ti- beard me present tte ehe thinlyeled to receive ily celebration has been planned, sc W*en trote the world I'm, hid. Street. coiinh" 'COe. YOur shop ad
tears at ahsedts sateauce la oma e Ieda. "iS. stores over far as is known, but something in the M ir ianet"* of tes Of thoU
Sad Seths wrers ad other the president by Mrs. Roosevelt, prob- 0Whereas. In His wisdom and His months getting arond to
o far aI am concerned. I have 4a5Iled unto 8Him.e I a 5d lt a ke leek. out .ln the one-story brick You can talk to ah
mths' I the InaieM nor the desire Prominent Club Man asiSroMEMen, building ast the corer Of Chau aud peopl. any day of the we
Seseevets - v hew wth them e nem-

r and Prosperous
is as laocrmtioa plate sad
each plate chl-uoA in raised lettora
is the mBme "Gorrle."
Appradla the mameut bAe
the adth sMe we and this uAlNS-
inseripmo "*Dr. Jea Gerate, Meb
Chariuton, 8. C, Oct. & 180.. DI m
at ApmlaJhin a Jine 135. 6a."
Ou the opposte face Ike ingeriptioa
eatS "A pimer wVkW devoted to
StalBt to toi beet de makl" On
the eat taw he -IIB rIYad@s:
Favvinter ed the ie a =ad re
, frigeratiRm a eni C hI is patat
NOb am. agst w.M."
On the posite face the nscrp-
to repd 'This monument was
e18eeted ly e SoutMern lee ftxchaINe
oa fes. ew .w* of i ,storical

Sto the jors ate health,

muthel to mm and 'c mmtle moll-
IHow mourn"; but -"as a a e
whose ltatve i ; 1MM-blessed
smmnuk- smnd )1om yet uborw ami-11 ever be,
parti epts a it th ta of hMs
legacy to Amen ,-
AtIalav-1- a is, sad .t right should
be, el me less hibistoedi terest than
is Moent Verna. The latter is the
last rfstthg pace oft"the their of his
country." The former as the home,
and Is now the euatoha tf the ashes,.
of the benefactor of te world.

loomemm aee

tf N 1O. o

circulation fool yen. ThM
least power to sell go.ds
st shot about circulation.
I one newspaper to other.
mes from.hpeci*'ag away

per which has the kind of
mers and then stick. When
p your head. A lineup of
iVe newspapers will call on
Syou by a process of arith*
aphy, that they can give you
df the price; that whoever
what he was talking about;
Iertisement is in actually
Swill certainly make you a

ws and put up good lunches
m. Each will tell you.that
prettiest thing he ever saw
rfect gem. But don't. You
unless you have sufficient
to keep copy in all the

segment in one newspaper
alts than a two-inch adver-
r store to a hundred and
can safely bank on the fact
ody will hear about you.
ng aloAg good news.
dvertieier et appears con-
ewspaper stimu|iptes public
.aMces step by step in the
ends of people who inay be
make their first purchase.
mndred and fifty &housand

oy an iatirpreter or use a
SThat's aB. Be sincere




ring r. Tft people wm

ar on rent and Plec*tc light
u and thea squeeze out a
on adve Iidag o* telling
he store -ad the goods and
around waiting, A retail
yearo-em ft ought at tle
d $10,00 a year on ader-

t a thing apart from yTr
reprise; a contagion which
idch, if thoroughly sprad,

ame Cmeme thagg


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Change with the weather-Jest in. putting it off still, you flirt with a doctor's bill. Here's a store
Srichl ready to serve you with all the things closed under the head of "absolutely necessary," and a great
many more that might be termed novelties. Now w. _an't go in much for details in the newspaper,
but we do go in for them strong in buying Men's wear. Giving the headlines only, the things you'll find .
at this store, read like this.


They're all new; they all combine extreme good taste and durability.

Hats Shoes

This season Men have STRONG & GORBULD
broken away from the tradi- SHOES
tonal Hat \colors-shades $5.00 to $6.oo00

you never saw before. You'll
find three great lines at our PE SHOES.
our special.
*"Stetson $OUR SPECIALS.
wf %No -$3.00 to $5.00
N o--Namne $3,5 50

S $1500 to P$.00. $12.50 t. $25.


4 -. -. 7 degrees an he average m.nimum ** ------- -- n---- -*- -n

localioyetay.All the News of West Florda T
incin Iat ,II ,Is I Ue e" Aas.nW.vWillias arrived m Me N D SOUTHERNi ALA BAgM A to-da
Crail days bue s s ev- David yesterday, in the interest of R
cm da, *business. ,
S al staff. *eh s been Ill for several eJno eel was over from Westvil 1{ leu* 1 THI

S* Alderman J. N.. Andrews I rapidly -- -- I Parish, of larkson Wash eral weeks visit.I
:Unl after several recoverW om the efects of a a- ..ato county, was i our town last Messrs. J. W. C. Man, C. H. Klly
m talat* t and MlissEs- ed t curred to bi foot sev- PONCE DeLEON .wek. He brought down several hun- COTTONDALE. and Capt. Joan Rourke were visitors
he, w. qgst ~a he sWas e gaged '_ --.. .. goof sawa- .timber and re- to Pensacola Snday.
afte i sevra co theefcsfha ntyh a is beeC..,.. l
.- -. foot. -causing an infection. Ponce DeLeon, Fla., Oct. 26.-W. C. The steamers Capt. Fritz and Eu Cottondale, Fla.. Oct. 2,.-J. D An- bank, was tendered a smoker tat
Geo. A. Smith and T. H. Warren are * Graves, who a few days ago was dan- gene cleared from this port Monday drew is now running two phone lines week at te hands of his many fHends
ameng the recast arrivals from Mont- Thirty-three eases were docketed gerously burt by a falling tree while morning, with a full load of naval tothe offices of Dr. Coleman an Dr. of the office force of the Stearns-CulI
gomery. Ibeig In the city on a shirt for trial in the recorder's court yes cutting cypress, is able to be up again, stores and shingles. Harrison. He Intends placing phones ver Lumoer Co. Tgere were evtral
business trip. terdaW -morning. Twenty-four defend- We learn that the infant calld of The shingle Industry is coming to in all residences, .tors and offices, ucaion.On wie- Mr. Harvey on this
i * ants were found guilty, one discharged Mr. and Mrs. D. Hughes is quite ill the front here, as the mills are ship- thereby establishing a phone service occasion. One was C. W. Lamar, ow
Miss Sara kloe arrived from Ca p and eight cases continued. liness to at this writing. Dr. G. P. Morris. of ping their product to variotls points in for this town Pensacola, was present, which was
Walton yesterday, remaining -n the the amount of $113 were assessed. DeFunlak. is administering to the lit- Alabama and Georgia ind into extreme rT-e postoffice at this place is in kept a ecrrt faom the popular cashier
city a few bhors on her way to the Sixteen defendants were charged with tie sufferer. south Florida. It speaks for itself. receipt of hea y mail since the finish- until he arrived at the smoker. n I
state fair at DeFPunak, where she 'will disorderly conduct. J. T. Mathis and Ira Andrews, two The automobile which was tempo Ing of the Artanta and St Andrews nd oa good flings tlo eatl and donk
exhibit art work. prominent farmers of the San.y Creek rarilyv disabled, is again on the line Bay rathroad rws eri had an aamid the curls oft smoke
H., *. a e fo D. P. Beovich. proprietor of a South neighborhood. transacted business in W. F. Graves, of DeFunlak. being one school opened last Tue.lday a from cifars we tol any anaotew of Miss
W. Ht. asrto -rrived from ,Shel. Pldatoxstret saoon, was arrested town on Saturay._ of the passengers Sunday evening. veryv good attendance, with Miss Grace. r M. uy wigin w ie
A_.e --t--rda nght r i tea aretanM tree TaP- _. .a "ed ..... is, t eR b a wo er inada Brer
o H. K-mball is ove froa Mont- that saloon be wlosal at 9 o'clock. His otton. M. m'i Masters and ev her running in the near future. struction one store and two dwell- wTuesday niht at. her hom time s
e o ase was called In the recorder's ou rt i a=hs k- l .- g w s .... had, after which refreshments were

over fe ,MIllgia yMesterday, being *. . this place, s.t.rted oi Sa urdayt tM MOLINO. i ko ri svraln Tdursay fr w ea t n ,S. J. Ha.rvey, cashier of the Miss B
registered at the Merchants for the A. A. Johns was fned $15 and costs East River island on a hunting and __ -.J meant. "iNsatihonal bn, sent Sundayin nate girl
day. in the recorder's court yesterday for -triP- J. R. Shoemaker has a good force P r.. at Brent
Ge ephntgo end noh H e ne dtor.e an sealing gro- rbe l. O. 2- tt Molino Flla.. Oct. 26-Mrs. Pleas of workmen on his new concrete a. o foerot rpned tt e ,1a b
from. Dr.i; esteray.- Teries o r Surnday. | .......... ]1 Dawson, of Atmore, was a visitor .n store Building.e by his' wife and children, spent Sun- despite tb

spend a day or two among local bns. was continued 1 n til this morning. trip to th le T b rsines sgn, to the delight ot armers Bru i n town eery Springs flo a l wek. sa. e r .. se p
.a case of Harr Allen charred visit to Jacksonville. returned to Car- many laboring people, who have b the sm to e mo to pnd tello will be pleed to learn hwhmo
.... ,,,, g" * rs E Baley afer plesan upbtti~ns ,agai, .o te dllgt o ... " -. Th may fiend ofMrs Peer oenscol

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he Star Theatre


Bessie Johnson, of
nt, Will Lose But

One Foot.
eisle Johnson, the unfortu
who was recently run down
'tatlon by a passenger train
eit, contia.m to improve,

Sthe foot, Is now of the ainu-

member, as a re3ult of the
e progress whibc the patient
during the past few days.
visited by a number of her
re connrlarnhlv attlld hv b

Hon. Will H. Pr of Marianna, is with being a dangerous and suspicious raballe yesterday. without employmen or ong um :Jugiy' -,w y- " that he i Imroving pdly, er rrminio
at the Eacambla. character was transferred frm thse The town council as opene- the H. C. Jaco i manage r of ti Ja hbu -tli g. having undgon a painful operation os rort w i r
a recorder's court to the county court street to the -ie plant, which adds t, cobi Lumber Company, is having A drummer was jieard to say the on one of[ber fiOt. d t te.c.h
E. McCaskill is over from yesterday. the appearance of the town a great mill plant repaired anus expects to other M arianna and Cottodale rathan er her wa a visitor at faced to submit to
r anarefvsi-deal. do a more extended business in tle Marianna and Cottondale than any Pensacolah to .
relrt ow a brief isit. a | - ,,pt ovroo P,
aree Tie Payton sisters Company arriv- The fishermen are not doing much near future. towns in wst Florida, and he could .
G. A. Scott of Dexter was in town ed yesterday m rning frs om Mobile on in the way of eating fish as east We have a public school now. Miss always get pretty good orders at- course, proved to e
terda ott, o Dexter was in town yesteamship an rom obe on wtnds have been blowing for ome Mattie Herrin Is our teacher. either place. E rv .N EP
t d a t time. Mrs. F. 1. Wood has gone to New ..
The. itlexiupa temperature at Pen- Two thousand feet of bose recently A. P. Holt is still quite ill at his Orleans to visit her children there, The new stalls to h
sacolayeterday was t 3 degrees at purchased by the Bod of Pbe e home on Calhoun avenue, and his and sie will g-o from New Orleans to MILTON hore. fr uning the
l te ires gt s b t friends wish him a speedy recovery. Wiggins, Miss., to visit her daughter Oa to e Jsurnae engine have been place
1:30 p. in. ile the al m was ty for e by there depar t has C McKissack is now located n there. Fla., Oct. .As he attempt house on East
degrees at .2:30a. m. .lAt year on arrived nd has ee placed at fil te building known as the Vnandyke d--, F at .. .-s ae attem los otnt arhe
the same dte theitin um wa 78 eem. quarters o at ren street house. on Tallah:see street, and hMr J J is Spec-lag Tne JoiurnaLeod to ea n-wget oen teyrhve
ande the nln i e e p . .t e eeas t MiltonM Fla., Oc"^t. 2t-- George A. Epiarlo Gainc bcme entangled Ineae ie adhye ri ve t
eae maximum for this date is Material for u.s In the construction drug store is being put in shape. JAY. Creary. an old Miltonian, Mut now a wheel, which resulted in the breaking e reIy for service.
.... of the sidewalk and wall around the resident of Mobile, is here on busi- of one leg just below the e. r.
ci_ city jail was placed yesterday and I ness. ofon-le;
the walk will be rushed to compl Ja a Oct. 26.-Re. B. F T. F. Wet, of Pensacola, is in town Gavin reeved medi ttt
M t c ,hi l d r e e t t o o m u c h ,l t o -- J a F a a ..O c t -- B .-F . ; t a on l a y f o t e ^ w ffi u ruit
O, 1 f- C.. .. tion... I Brooks. of Barnette. Ala.. delivered r-today. o nce, andg III, W ek and Em ciat
.vrtx the ieti ngt h-e-e -. O o a.two excellent sermons in the Mission- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hudson visited wroif the .n.. u^ and Ea ia
overta the digestion, get . Jones, of Ferry Pass, has Pre- a elat n a th the de Water city Satu v ed Preston. of Milan City. Ala., Heath b V
thin, weak, lanu stop sented.The Jo als agricultural edi- eca e u ary apts ur ere ay E ldrid. ho as is visiting hi uncle, D. Prston "Our little daughter
tnu so ,,... Freeport,Oct- 26.-J. J. n Sn-.asbeenIs vil ile
bothanouriashmalnutrtion tror with a line cow-born turnip,a S was in town last ea end day night. I agei aHte atat sea verefme aoctoi
eg ,ng. ar ly h reepoun d. TheS. r r, O.... .as in Mobile at Inge-Bondurant sanitar- of this place. age, ater a severe a
nio -. s a weigh arl the pods. ., wursday own business. Rev. S. D. Page. of South Carolina iium for the past few weeks, return- Mr. and Mrs. W. Clark attended measles, hich develop
or no01 gestiofl 01 1 turlp is only awsaml of any of The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jis .conducting a series ofmeing n nd home Wednesd booking splendid the faiMr ao omern o.a Mont and ema et
ra me dti w h M..os h Xcea;kill. Jr.. who has been ill for te Freewill Baptist church ths and much improved, being. abl e now J. M. I dn r o- ae. S
pSose Ctis y ier. the past three weeks, i s reported muca to b. at his onice. Sau wr en b a e toa h wa m
Ia hr " -better. We hope to have communication Mrs. Joe Francis left this morning on business not retain food. She l
1, I llraal ... ..... h ..... .. i for l aurel Hill and Florala for a oev- Quit.e a num ber of th e dtlzea s of ditlon for weeks, and no
G-Ulo I I 0 erman Viet-Consul Rolfs was down Messrs. Vance and Fo-arty. of Chi with the outside worldobn rail soon. this forLaurelplace hae beeno a ~n l cout to r prsc dd
town yesterday for the frat time since ago. are in town on business, a wi, p as the railroad surveyors have given - at Bonifay for the past week. we were beginning to t
o. hi--- .. s l..h rokes arm several days ago in probably remain several days. us a permanent -survey.a . ied n ... ac,
has he d COIntleSS tu getting off an electric car on the es Mrs. J. B. Nored is visiting friends Colonel Stewart of the United tat never reov.
=X% in this condition- It North Hillbelt l ine. and rela in Alabama this week.V
o ourashment and Regular meetingof Oentral Trades ton yesterday, where he went in the heart disease, aid it ends for a time marvelous. e doctor
mot p rful Council tonight at 8 o'clock. Ev'ryh interest of ais business. '. at least one of the most unpleasant in at her progress, ad
e.a ... p-W deleate's gr~eee is )i(.- Bui- l Miss Maud Jo of Pollard. is herea i ceat i o him we were giving .e
aid to tiOD. ness oft importance. Union UpX- 1 in the interest of the millinery trade cid-s "teatsinperamental astaeosr" to ear n O plied, "t is a ae ream
..ters' hall. Mrs. J. T. Nowling has been very hinad troop there ap ,st to be ttle We did so, ad she r
A s.aa dose three tiuARs a sick for the past few daY-. uIt to the -o' doubt but the pet s toe to re health ad strength mt
w o -- Oders A TRUE LEMON*,Bu. joy of her many friends i. improving U tire an undesirable Of ,er seem, otr -oh se
day wil work w e True Lemon Extract, which Blue very rapidly. Ih ar Hvh Glagg, Portland. Me.
but be sure to get SOW18k ribbon is, Is a delightful .dainty fia- %%e Ieals softe em E. M. Magoba made a 6asiness trip athehah Viol cures cosdiz1p
S o, entirely different from the weak. A delicious product of Saa to .Milton Friday. __ _-' o cause in a natural man
acid, interior, ordinary lemon extracts. n iHt an e tu Nered & Hogdon have purchased L A SA lot old newspapers t e appetite, tones up
so" 616gibg#8WrIntoxicating. Coms under a we- the J. J. Murpav place and will erect They nt shr ak, acratebtied up in neat bundles for orsans, makes rich, re
-wsa The Journal delivered at lws. a., mgh*, a handsome building on it soo. saw nor streh sale, 5c a nl, at The our- s
UhSWedt -kuarauteed under the Pure aood an$ L.A. Bryant and family. of Pollard. iscem -0swraicos V
yo-ue"--gger Veek p door a we .ru Act. Ta he product of &m .. attended services here yeoterJay. T, r.h 4e Co.. Trz r. nal offic. white- P.
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It is of very great Invporuta0 -i

W uB vote of the demiratH party IEI
Mr. Bryana should be cast on the 11l
prachingS 3rd of November.
Under our system. In whiae the ele'
taM college made up tof the presen-

meets after the general election, ald
t- the vote of those states, one vote
Sor each senator and repvnetaiv In
congress. It may happen, and In fea
b habs happened, tha a candidate for
Spradent may get a majority of the
pep dar vote, but not a majority t,
ote elctoral college.
M Mr. Cleveland was three times the
S-eogratile nominee for president, and
sa e time he received a majority of
the popular %oe but only twice a abs
siorty I n the eleeteral conese. In I=U
SGeneral MBarlee defeated hin by a
vet" in the eletorl college of 168
#- Cleveland and S3 for Harrison,
S t la the general election Clevelad
-* g- the majority. tMr. Tilden also got
a I-erity of the popular vote ever
eIlg but he was counted int by a
opubMeaian tribunal which *at eOut
th veates et three states ft aBegaed

In the election next month there is
e doubt that the full deuderatle
stvenght in the northern states will
be brought out at the polls, for there
Is wfiere the real fight is beoag made,
S b*e the opposition is latoise
_2-tue -retaefer both 1bS greet
fully aroused In the store ltr ma2

y democrat will register Uhi
veto- is those states, but here in the
Sento where we have only one party
St O ma strength ant the notml-
-em are virtually elected at the pr-
a mieriles the full democratic vote Is
ever brought out at the general eleo-
tiOa The people ee# that the matter
b ealsredy been decided, that the de-
S nt ef the nominees is impossible, no
S matter how light the vote ad as a
S reolt many stay away from the polls.
But this should not be sa sext
m th. It the full democratic vote ao
th e s Is cast. that added thea
auNMera democratic vote, will almost
certainly give Mr. Bryan a popular
S narity, even though he might. be de
S tesit la the electoral college Such
a relt would be a magnificeat morai
vietmry for our candidate and cut paou
ty at would give democracy a preo
ti ge all ever the Union that woeld take
away meah of the sting of defeat in
the electoral college and convey se
am impressive ani salutary lemmns to
S.ty as weoid net ealy
restrain its excesses during its term
of power. but help In a very real way
to secure the reform legislation to
which .our party is committed.
A popular malerity sla the voice et
the Amerlsan people and no pirty In
power weld tal to recogItse :ts 8W
aifloance or disregard Its w.rMnlg.
We would hear so more of a dmit de-
mocracy after such a, tesult as that
and the pam wofN$ gather new
streugtased w ltaIlrw onu fr the
next fight that wol assure net only
a popular victory, but triumph In the
electoral college as well.
Tbe Journal beleoes that Mr. Bryan
will be elected and shares the gnmerat
democratic faith in the resultt next
Tuesday, but even If he fails to tcure
a saMerity ot the electors, he ^an aml
will secure the poplar majority If
every Southern democrat goes to the

et*.- Let no man stay at hosm en
' that day.

106 csled last Sptwrday in ?Lest-
g omry after a week ot brBlant sat
unaltSled success. The attemalam
f was very lar, perhaps be d prm
S dent in the history of the fair a lhe
exhibits were altogether worthy ef the
heavy patronage received.. ThiU an-
f nal expostlen e the prodedts of e

S a estabished success, a fned factor
" in the development tof Alabama ant

PadMtU A. G. F sorbes atd scretoW

I le seal ad I aMstry am,
-ected eaRts .ase m... or
-C week!s fair Is so largely due, have
WEB a*d the thanks of their fel-

An &Exampbe to
Other G nors.
'In the Lt...-Udinary vigor which
Governor Patterson, of Tennessee. Is
manifesting in inning down the
3eelboI Lake -maai who have tar-
-afain that part of the state, he iS
giving an example to ether state ex-
es which ea hardly fa to have

lie has declared artial law, put
the troop in fell charge of Ch sitaer
tion, and gone to the spot in person
nl face of threats to murder him if
he did his duty. Tea of CAo suspects
ave bem arrest a"m entlesm
search is being mde to gather in
every member of the great mob of
criminals who so cruelly put Captal
Rankia to death art sought to do as
auch for Ohis esmpmlos, and the
prospects are good that all of them
wfl be caught,
The South, and indeed, the whole
entry, needs just such a stronger and
Inspiring example as Governor Patter-
am In fura,-img It not the law
of the land that saves the situation
in the war on criminals, but the man
beal that law, ad trhe ffecy
et the latterIs precisely deterred
by the qwmlty of the former. Given
A, WRW nMS a week aeritw
weak iVys. ad no matter how perleet
the statutes, they mist fall ct their
Wmue. The converse of this prop
coest Ias enawy tre.
Te govern of Teaesseme is show-
Ing the executives of his neighborting
states w to stop the p ime of aight*

Harvie Joran ,presdeat of the
Sothbern Cotton Anso-ition, says
that the only rem y for Aght-idiag
ewet gin-huaming, etc., is at a-W
crease la the price of cotton. We dare
say that Harvie is mistaken. The
oly remedy for crime since the begin-
anfg of ergamised society hae been
the enforcement of law and the pun-
idhaleat of criminals.

There was a time within the mew-
ny of Many of us not yet old enough
to be Osleried w-aen no presidential
campaign in this country was com-
plete without the truly loyal vetei of
William Pitt Kellogg, of I1-'Islna,
heard responding through the land
landing the G. 0. P.. predicting its
ateems and denouncing democteay
and all things democratic. But Mr.
Kellogg. he, toe. has seen LUe light,
heard the groudswell, and now says
that Mr. Bryan will be elected next
month. William Pitt has been a polit-
ical prophet of remarkable accuracy
heretaefre oR prlasdea elections,
and we trust that his gift still kold'
Mr. Hearst, as his final play, hax
injected another watch of Arcibold
ltters Into the campaign. But as
they being wa ms big game, "as t
the ease 4f fbraker, and faraish oniy
additional proot of what is generally
known. that Standard Oil and the re-
publican party have heororemain-
tained clse and affectionate rela-
tons, eCy have not created a sen~w-
th. It is well enough, however, to
get the documentary evidence on the
subject, and Mr. Hearst, without iM-
teding It, ha een a valable ally'
of Mr. Bryan in that way during this

How does Hobeon reconcile Cte
Ja65' reception of the A-er_- iest
with the war talk he has been spet-

dem not fel caled on to reconcile
anything. He spouted first and it
it his tau It the Jamenao did net
make their es.s.le in.sst with
what be sad.-JaenW le Times-

Or, as Matt Carpenter once said
In reply to Carl Schurs in the Uniated
States senate: "The senator has con-

a- j' .

Anyone wishing to play the Athletic
Football team will please reply
through The Journal.
The line-up is as follows: Quintine
Borras, right end; Ralph Gilmore, left
end; Roy Sheppard, left tackle; John
DiLustro. left guard; Charlie MertiUs,
center; Milard Gilmore, right guard;
Rosco Wallace, right tackle: E. Bar-
row. quarter-back: H. Goul, right half-
back: Herbert Childereon. left half-
back htt orth f back.

Odd Things

very newOpper in New York Is r.
ported to have published the Teefpt
by it of the first letter sent out =per
the new Anglo-Ameriean penny pet-
At visitor in Leavenworth, at sight
eof the city ball, made the remark that
it was a sdame to have such splendid
earner occupied by a very stable.
-Hetty Green. known as a very
wealthy woman, lives ia a Wat of
which the rent is $19 per nuth. t
The sheriff of B Armin ia. ha
forbidden the sale of 'ear beer." 1


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structed his theory without. enmaeW
to facts and doubtless huis that it
wthey are against itJ w hy, mmeb the
wote for facts." We an ha the
pwra of paternity in ore owu opinim,
but facts are comm property, and
where the two confliet we mnat be
phlosophers of a superior Had et to
stand by our children.

Domnt' forget the proposed amend-
m s- to the state eonstitatios wV
you sast your vote n the 2r of N-
vember. They are all good sad all
deserve to be adopted.

William Laaa Martia, who has
dos much writing for toe state prea
over the nomle-plume of "Peter Stan-
ley," and is also an occasional con-
tributor to the eastern magazines, has
been secured by the Gainesville Ele-
vator as associate editor of that par
per. Mr. Martin is one of the rising
young m n in Flrida Journallism.

Mr. Taft spent half of last week in
Indiana laboriously explaining his la-
bor decision while be was on the
bench, and this week in New York he
will devote himself largely to the
same discouraging task. A candidate
who must be eonitantly exlainng
and defending his record is always at
a disadvantage and 'the voter with
poised opinions who hold the balance
of power is not generally convinced
Sby th-a explanation.

Hon. Sidney C. Tapp, of Atlanta,
candidate of the liberal party for pre-
Ident of the United States, takes his
nomination seriously, and apparently
the country does too, as it has thus
far failed to add to he gaiety of the
campaign, or to elicit comment of any
kind. No one has even asked "who
is Tapp?" although mighty few know.
Campaign slander took a peculiarly
mean and most detestable form the
other day when an opposltio news-
paper said that Mr. Bryan in a ree-t
speech tad referred to the laboring el-
ement as beggars. What be said was
to protest against the use of that word
in speaking of the working classes.

A noteworthy contribution to the
last issue of the Florida School Ex-
monent is an article of considerable
length by Miss Elizabeth Pagh of the
Florida Pewala College, entitled,
"Does Florida Furnish Material for
Artistic Literature?" The literary
merit of the article is of high order,
adn Miss Pugh has gathered and put
in attractive form enough of the iis-
tory; traditions, roanaae and legends
of the state to incontestably prove
her case that Florida is rich in mate?'-
ial for artistic literature. Here is an
instance she cites that will prove of
,loel interest:
That our state furnishes instances
of-ram personal daring to establish
by an incident concerning tfe recent
history of Penaeola. Before the
great storm, two brave girls lived
with their father, at the light house
near the harbor. Daring the absence
of several trained men, employed at
tje station, the elements became un-
ruly. A ship off coast gave signal of
distress. Unlucky chance! Yet one
fortnuate circumstance prevailed. In,
frollcome mood. the two girls had
learned how to throw the ropes, as in
rescue of lives. The knowledge thus
gained, they now used to save Nor-
way's seamen, and, In token of their
heroism, received a medal of honor
from the king of that country. Physi-
cial prowess of less moment than this
has been celebrated in ballad of prose
romance. Why is not the rescue of
the Norwegian sailors it subject for
a minstrel's lay?
We need to stimulate the literary
spirt in Florida and to encourage te
production of writers of something
better than the ephemeral literature
of the press, and Miss Pugh's article
ought to do good aleug this line.,
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Pensacola. Fla.. Oct. 26, 1908.
Editor Pensaeola Journal.
The Athletic Football Club chal-
lenges auy team in the city their size.
including the Pensacola High School
the Classical School and the West
End teams. The Warrington Jr.'s
have disappointed us twice by failing
to meet us at Palmetto Beach.

It is quite possible that the demo-
cratic state committee is taking mt-
ters a trifle too quietly in tUi cam-
pate. The situation in the Third
congressional district is somewhat
disturbing In Its Present aspect. A
ood many colored voters are qualify-
ng, an if the republican cadde
can get a vote suficently large to
base a contest the b6me = hapelsm
to be republican he will be ted
wtout rerd to the merits af t
ease. If the additional vote hapen
to be needed rently the prem d
lags will be had in the began o
the session. If not. they may h0e d-
Wlayed but theb esult wtU We thU GMs.
The reach it tbft district shMbd he
haled. or the effects may be dtW-4
t =ws and the hitting democraeIc
members will be shorn of any j1
tmses at Wasbiawton for Me 0ooA tf

eatIc vote cast in Florida as p
t the a set It wm mave in the fa
tre. Thre are m oMss OmtIM
e In which a seat I9 coiMgrSs m
be of vast Import e and It we
be a very unMrtunate |cf m e

He Got the 'Limit.
A. A. Tompson., who lives at the
Hoe- still, about niae miles west Of
town. was tried Saturday for sheet-
ing or killis ouall in violation aof
the game law by Jrte Jomoph Bul.
He plead guilty and was given the
extreme limit of the law. the 5e5-
tence being that the defendant pay
a fine of one hundred dollars a*&
costs, or in default of the -ayment et
said ftne and costs to be coaufed la
the county Jail for a period of sixty
days at hard labor.-Ocala Banner.
A Very Salty Opinion.
Hundreds of negroes are register-
ing and getting reads to vote. The
whiskey question has done more to
bring them back into politics thaa
anything else. And one State cam-
paign for prohibition will result In
the whiskey men getting them all
qualified to vote. WhAt does com-.
merce care for the human race? It
it knew that bringing the negro back
into politics would result in social
equality and intermarriage for the
sake of gatin they would pay their
poll tax and induce them to vote.-
olk County Record.
Population Over Two Thousand.
Census Enumerator R. A. Bartow
has almost completed the census for
Osceola county, and the results sho
a very gratifying increase. The fg-
ures for the town are nearly c"mplEte
and up to date the names of 2,2l
residents have been recorded, Mr.
Bartow thinks the census a h- eaoe
plete will show Kisslmmee's poelar
tion to be about 2,020.- -Ttslim
Valley Gazette.
Another Jump for Wilk.
Poor old Senator Wilk Call Eaas
again been heard from, and this time
to the effect that he has again desert-
ed the democratic party, and is now
lined up for Taft, the repubtlean
presidential candidate. Poor old man.
For so many years the leader of dem-
owacy in Florida, loved and oesim-
ed by thousands of loyal democrat.
"How tath the mighty fallen." It Is
charitable to believe that the old ge-
tleman has reached his dotae.-Mad-
ison Enterprise.
CanM Now Go Ahead.
Formerly the Record always join-
ed with other paper of the tatMe a
girotetng against the shipping of
green, oranges from Florida, but we
don't any more for if the people of
the north prefer green Florida
oranges to ripe ones from other states
and counties why let them have them
-Volusia County Record.
This will be good news to the
range growers ;o Florida, who can
now ship their' oranges whenever
they get ready.-DeLand News.
A String Tied to It.
The announcement is made nf
the White House that the president
will not consider it oeraicious pot-
cal activity on the nart of any gov.
ernment employee in the classifed
service to go home and vote Inla te
approaching pos ldenttal. eleotIo
This is encouraMgt n an assuranee
that the Roosevelt dynasty is not let
fully ripe.-Pensacola Journal.
Perhaps this announcement hal a
string tied to St. It means that If
the government em-lo.e votes right
t-that is, votes Hlik he president
considers right. it will not be per-
nicious political activity.--eals Ban-
Prises System Running Smoothly.
Hon. B. I. McIAU, of TallaaMee,
commissioner of agriculture of the
state, Mr. S. A. Rawls. lessee of the
state convicts, came down last nIght
stopped at the Ocala House and thiM
morning, in company with Mr. R.. IL
Hall in Mr. Hall's touring car went
out to Salf Spriags to ftasect the eon-
vict camp there. Mr. McLan who has
charge of the prison department at
Talihmrisec whenever tae oppor-
tunity offers itself be likes to vit1
the camps of the convicts in perwem.
Mr McU-n says the prison syOeM M1
running very smoothly, there Begi1
few complaints and those Of a mdAer
character and the convicts seem to be
in good condition and spirits.-Ocala

Again Changes Hands.
Again has the world-famous St.
Louils Cloud plantation changed hards,
Mr. W. Reese Parker, of EddLAtoea.
DeL. purchasing it in Its entirety bum
W. B. Makinson. The price pal has
not been made public, but it is under
stood to run high into the thousands.
This place has, laid idle for yea, or
even since the death of its original
owner, Hamilton Disaton. the com-
pany into whose bands It fell persist-
eatly refusing to part with it except
as a whole, and as it contains about
3,600 acres, it was elmost hepoedhie
to find purchaser, but now that it
has been sold to a san backed with
sftcent catlW to develop it. the
good old times of a dozen years ago
wifl return. The plantation will be
t up into small farms and sold to
actual Valley
stes Wake Up-

Hen. Don McMullen of Tumpa,
.aminee for senator from Hills-
borough quty, s stated that he
Wl Intrledue in the next legislature
s lt 4 e 1mevide -for1 the guarantee
of bank deposits in Florida. It will
doubtless beMume a law without much
oppoettion and it In the opinion of
many able men that such a law will
be of benefit to both the banks and
their depositors.-Punta Gorda Her-

C. M. Brown of Ocala and later of
Miami is travellx as one of the
speakers in the interest of the dem-
oeratto national ticket. Which
moves the GalnesvilDe Son to remark:
"The democratic party in the east
must be hard up for speakers when
they even consider propositions from
Charles M. Brown. Jr. Is this the use
to- which campaign contributions are
being put? If so, the Sun regrets its
edarts." Ah, there "aorend of mine."
That ought to hold you for awhile--
but it wll never ruffle the impervious
etinmh-re of emod-nacured gall that
surrounds C. M. Brown, Jr., son of
t$e oUl man.-Lakeland News.
Hon. Don C. McMullen. seator-
elect from Hilleborough county, is
studying the "guarantee bank de-
tt plank" in the democratic plat-
firm with a view- of having it enact-
ed Into a law in Florida. To one
wheo 4 gne through two or three
beak failures, as has been the ill luck
of the editor of this paper, the law
leaks mighty good. Indeed it has
-a more Inviting look and a sweeter
fvor than peaches anad cream. Had
it been a law in Florida all along
many a man would have been many
a dollar better off and instead of de-
potIng n t ticans, hollow trees and
bed ticking these deposits would have
have lound their way to the bank'
axd entered into the channels of
trade. It seems to us that it is the
beet law ever suggested.-Oala Ban-

Jacksonville Times-Union.

X rida would properly take care
of "r Wqgher institutional of learning
they -ould draw a heavy patronage
fr abeed and the students from
oter ataies would pay for their tul-
tie. The college year begins with
October and ends with May or-early
n. -June During these months sta-
daent of northern colleges suffer from
the rigors of the winter and many
wl *ieoms to Florida to escape the
We know that Florida is healthful
all the year. but the majority of peo
Swho live In other states imagine
tbt the summers are unhealthful
fThey know, however, that the
mouths of the scholastic yea-
=l a period in which the
Sof Florida is mere conducive
to ile and health than that of any
ir state with the possible excep-
tke OnChifornia.
kIs a snaffthing to discuss when
dnet l interests at the stale
tmisWeL. but it is a tfact that good
s In Florlad
Srom other states would
to bring the tourists
-eg Teyer d m keep the here Sbos
at, 'They woul come with their sons

f Florida should furnish the repub-
UeaNs eeame or power to seize it
The committee should bestir itself if
It is not too late.-Tampa Times.
An Impending Danger.
I very heavy Northeast blow, with
the consequent high tide% has a
marked effect upon that point of An-
astaria Island waich lies immediate-
ly in front of St. Augustine, and
which serves as a protection from
the fierceness of the ocean's billows
in stormy weather. The high winds
of lamt week kept the breakiera laei-
inx the shore in the vicinity of the
Wireless Station, to such an extent
that a perceptible inroad was made
usen the rapidly djmlnishing narrow
strip of land.
Now, tere Is no more serious
matter that coafronts this city than
the invasion of the Dolnt of land that
serves as a barrier to the direct in-
coming of the ocean upon the city.
It -is clearly a case of government
concern. If Florida's delegation In'
congress can not exert sufficient in-
fluence upon the nation's law makers
to se to it that an appropriation is
made to do the public w.erx required
then the city must move ii the mat-
ter if it has to bond to raise an
amount sufficient to meet the emer-
gency and offset the impending dan-
ger.-St. Auxustine Meteor.
For Sore Peet.
"I iave found Bucklen's Arnica
Salve to be the proper thing to use for
Mre feet. as well as for healing buris,
ames, cuts, and all manner of abra-
sa s." writes Mr. W. Stone, of East
Poland, Malae. It is the proper thing
too ftr piles. Try it! Sold under guar-
antee at all druggists. 26c.


As good a way as any to secure an
early constitutional convention, is to
defeat every amendment offered un-
til the legislature calls a convention.
-MimU i New-Record.
"If the primary law is unconstitu-
ttleal. chammi the cestitutin.- says
the Pensacola Journal, and we be-
Itvm this expresses the sentimev
of the great majority of the people
of lorida.-Wauchula Advocate.
The duty of voting should not be
negleeted by democrats, even if it is
slaelwtely certain that every demo-
cratic nominee will be elected. In
this district,the vote for Hon. Frank
Clark should be a heavy one as a
testimony to the efficient work he has
performed in congress for this dis-
trit -ad in the congressional com-
mittee for his party.-Miami News-

Jacksoaaville Timen-Uen. S

The Perry Herald disposes of the
three proposed constitutional aMeal-
ments in an easy off-hand way. -After
referring to the fact Cast they are be-
ing advertised in the paper it says:
The first provides that the salaries
of justices of the supreme court, cidr.
cult judges and judges of criminal
courts of record shall be fixed by the
legislature. This means in plain En-
glish an increase in taxes. Vote
against it. The second provides t'jat
a tax of one mill be assessed against
all taxable property for the support
of the state schools. ThiU means an
increase in taves. Vote against it.
The third provides that the legisla
ture shall have power to create ad-
ditional courts, and that the legisla-
ture shall have power to clothes the
railroad commission with judicial
powers in all matters connected with
the functions of their office. We like
the latter part of this amendment, but
the first part means an Increase in
taxes. If the voter thinks the latter
part of the amendment is of suffie
ient necessity to warrant the possible
increase in taxes provided for in the
first part, vote for it. But if you are
opposed to increasing the powers of
the legislature, and increased taxes,
vote against it."
Good advice. If we pay our judges
fair salaries taxes must be increased;
don't do it. If we increase the nuia-
ber of judges taxes must be increas-
ed: don't do It. If we provide for
our higher institutions of learning
taxes must be increased; don't pro-

and daughters In October and stay
until the end of the term in June
They would find Florida's climate de
lightful during the whole time ana
would spread the information, and
many of them would try the other
for. months and fiod the state good
to live in the year around.
This is such a small matter in corm
prison with others that we hesitate
to refer to it, but what that is no!
smaller can be said on the other side
To the man who thinks a tax of one
mill on the dollar is such an import
ant matter that the eduational inter-
ests of 'the state should be neglected
to save it, we say more money would
come to Florida from out of the state
If our higher educational interests
were properly cared for than the peo-
ple of Florida are called on to ap
propriate to them.
Our higher institutions cannot in-
spire confidence unless the appropria
tons that sustain them is fixed. The
people pay out no more money for
them when the constitution makes
provision for the than when the
legislature makes provision, so the
opposition to this constitutional
amendment can only come from men
who do not wish any provision made
for them at all or wish them only
half provided for.
Do we wish to continue to import
our teachers from abroad, many of
them the most desirable citineas that
we can get, but a large number or
others entirely out of sympathy with
our history, oI aims, oU civilisatom ?
Do we wish it to be necessary for
Floridians to go to the other states to
finish their education? Do we wis])
to drop behind the procession in edu
national matters?
If we understand our own people,
they do not wish this. They propose
to march with, the advance-not lag
with the rear; sad if this Is the tem-
per of the people of Florida they will
show it by voting for the a dmdent
proposing a tax of one mill on the
dollar in the interest of higher educa
p pp pegsIepseepe seep peep c


When you want to lay new coverings on your
floors, when the various rooms in tle house get a-
good "going over" and heris the ideal place to me
to choose the pretty mattings, druggets or carpets
you wish to lay on the 664, and select the various
odd pieces of furniture needed here andthere. Ion't
forget, too, that Ecommy Prices prevail and our
Buy Now, Pay Later plan gives you their use while
paying for them. Mattings, mt;e thndsoemst pat-
terns of Jap andlChina &attmg S for 25 and 35 cents
a yard, laid free. Linoleum 5 cents a yard; stair
carpets, druggets and rugs at prices that attract.

Marston & Quina

108-10 S. Palaox St. Phone 149. Penacoa. N

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iDoctors ftialm.TeM
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Advance Sale of Dls.

Genuine Handwork, Jointed Limb Bique Dolls,
25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00, worth double the price. Now
is the time to buy dolls and dress them at your leisure.


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vide for them. Down with taxes.
Zosaomy tw the front; everything
But our rlden-d doesn't go far
enough. We are payibg taxes already:
let's stm0 it. We are already being
taxed to pa the salaries of a number
of Judges. Think of it; we are being
taxed! Has American manhood sunk
so low that tis outrage will be tame-
ly endured? Away with t:ie judges
that fatten on the hard-earned money
of the peepul!
There is a governor up in Tallahas-
see drawing a salary of $5,O90 a year.
every dollar of it derived from taxa-
tion. Fire him out. Who wants a
governor if be has got to be paid?
And Cier mare a lot of other men
hanging around him-a secretary of
state, a treasurer, a eemptroller, an
attorney-general, ai superintendent of
public instruction and God knows
what else, and there ar a 'ti a--
er man banging around them. Sweep
them out.
Then there is the legislature that
meets every two years and Joes a
lot of devilment and charges for it.
Hang the legislature! Think of the
people being taxed to support such a
mob. Chase them.
The state of Flortda pays a big
pile of money every year for educa-
tion, and the people are taxed to
raise the money-taxed to vend a lot
of children to ascool! Waat have
the children done ;or the people that
the people should be taxed to educate
them? Down with the public s-Jool
system. Down with evearthIn that
costs moaey. Clean out the whole
shooting match, laws, courts. odcials
and everything. ast let tCe uata u d
people have a high oldU time.

For Preeldential E ours:
H. P. Bailey,
P. W. Butler,
Robt. E. Davis.
Ge. C. Martin.
Samuel E. P9epo.
For Congressman:
D. H. Maya.
G vrner-Albert W. ailebrstt,
Secretary ef Stalt--. Cy Craw-
Attorney General-Park M. Tra-
Coptroller A. C. Groom.
State Treasurer-W. V. Knott.
Superintendent of Public Instrute
-Wm. H. Holloway.
Ceam14-elnr o Agrieuture-oB. E.
Railroad Commissionea--oyil C.
Justices of the Supreme Court:
Wm. A. Hooker.
Thop. M. Shacklebrd.
C. L. Wiggins.
J. P. Stokes.
Sheriff-J. C. Van Pelt.
Clerk of: Court-James Macgibbon.
County Jdge--Henry Bellinger.
Tax Assesser--W. W. Richards.
Tax Collector-J. 8. Roberts.
County Treasurer-J. 01. Williams.
School Superintendent-N. B. Cook.
County Surveyor-
Justice of the Peace, Dist 2.-R. L.
Contable Dist. 2.-C. P. Robe.

Political Anouncamu nts.
At the request of tainy frlenfis e t
city and 6in, I
as a candidate fer e n or g0
Eseambla ,ounty, -thM geum elect10
to be he In Nove and saleit t
^^^^fC.S ION.

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!N|dM.g'.m1w I -Q ^ .THE CAUSE OF COLDS IrMillC OF
Ve..e '' as !veng ** H M U Lt Uf 4The *gtP

o esnes, whp preooies a catatrrhal con-ol pe
i" :.. '" -.^]I t -' + ;'' i^ * ", "' "' "' __ __ -_ ,a - B S ditlom --at, ness, the m ae m brme ane, whct g tf 9a < n
a ra 1Eil' CALnty 1)-- BOt*ba County torais Ite drns1m a skm o w Recent DecisIoL of Totereet t iture polish
_________ siWhen this kia Is weakest ed, it be-
S- to Amemble m Seville come. infected with germs which are Handed Down by Flor But soap
.2 Square at O pClock. y eida Justices. merit, as st
_____._ _-_ _---_ _nw_ u p a soreness which protaduce what is
I'6i--%-*0in reality na external scofthblod. deciionshave 0 to
on re ioo errl 'The only thing that will cure cough The following decisions hae been
*itMg ra Marpe. 191- North |l for the slant Democratic rally which and colds and prevent pneumonia is a handed down by the Florida supreme Ts IS hi!
Se. I. t o r .rvntes, HIL D i IiI o q omN're on next medication which Is absorbed and car- court:
l lll -l5e6. W. Cva&te. eight o eloc, sad rtied by the blood so that the diseame Supreme court of Florida, June Makea tep
s a event wlna is to make the old membrane is disinfested, clean. .Soap; dipado
llr llllsflnHed. Music will be disaeorsed We have a remedy which we honest-. 1 Ivey. et al, versus Elha J. Peadock,
SUiS |I E o time to time by the Pensacola ly believe infallable and unsurpassable et al. Opinion given by Jdge Cock rl tmes.
Sp iealat I nd, ansd ar or pngmreparaiions for the prevention and cure of coughs. roll. Judgment armed.
m i--a_ *. bt W C Ctreet, 8 to n received dem attention, all tend colds and all catarrha l conditions. Itue rm court
l w'..n. ...n e of the largest timea is the scriptron of a famous physl- DIV B. Jwe Ivorr
'i-- M Wa aba : which am ever been witleased by Es- clan, who ha an enviable reputation of record, Hillborough county. J. D
:' 9 "" NThe Ri"chmon1 and Venas ibS Ut t veteote. The mtal of 30 ir of res ginemed u m en o Judel 99 0 P
1'",0m ,I really lafep a"tly of thei caspaln the eof is medie. e pom- Hce4gnvrd
- Ulu.Mmluesitoillbe disofusual Wcaseaoremakednohye..fiohe weh nedt-AngaS
..i. c.r..t.t at* m writt meEnter With a Totalin Pen cola hee t either effect a ura every e
S' teret, and the results, it in expected, ine. We urge everybody in Pena- Florida. Judge Whiteld. Judgment
Sa 9 ams. eft 4 te451 Logst tO- will be all tha( i s at present anticipat- cola who has need of such a medicine affirmed.
ed. Following are/those who have to try Rezall Mucu-Tone. ir. B., June term,. anta Rosa Co.
SO ------ been WW.vited6 to spealn It *tadl to reason that we could B. W. T. Cobb, et al, versus A. J.
S VBAOAtO. iso sthla that tels a Ie mo quickly Probably the largest number of mar rMl, o.. J. B. Jones, W. A. not aord to make such statementsude locker. Judgment C_
S. they'ree en a a w 's ohes. Thevast ma- hogan a to re a n-h this rt t o 3altlr eh 'raHoy. . JFoesntahes nt reo mak sh s a b Dts .e ted Le Wl t C
Wl to..." : -met con- time wer brougtr W lmter K'ehoe. Hon. D. U.Fl.etcher, to thIs remedy If we wee not aerbA
-Iri_ -- om a.emTL~e h ther tlIe were browui her two steam- Hon. A. W. Gfohrist, Judge L. J. lately positive that we could substanh pope ves State or & Jg a
,mN and c a shig ow in or --~ v-a Jdge B. C. z- _we-". Jude tiate our claim in every particular Whiteld. Jigent armed. wa
"- "+ It. is diggnet show ecomowmiy. If their cargoes at the l. & N. dock. A vsy. . t, Wtllt L and we see no reason why anyone Div. B., Jm te Walton Co. Hen-
*ow+ -" it were, .ave out or every hun where . . work wI ---- Moyer. a eilly. C. E. hckle should hesitate to accept our offer and ry Clark, alias Kid Fritz, verss State
The ftord, _. A egs, wles, try it. e have two ies of Rexaltl of lorida. Judgment reversed. Judge
'"W ALT P" b'" i ....p"k-'; died ms w di be ugnrw lB. O c t
e a e, wh so ahy women ght and day until both vessels Hon. G. C. Mart, D. J. Muare. M-Tone. Pces l and $1.00. Hocker.Our central
S- agWS hSKe a I ileaalg beyond their mtas Sntu unloading and the logs are Maor C. C. Goodman ad Scott M 8ometites a 0Sc. bottle is sulcient Div. B., June term. Hillsborough crates po
l llMlllA. se as siliya s the mistake ef others shipped out by rail to Sr t Lous for a cure. As a general thin, the county R. M. ithll, vesus St r hours
-iW who try to dr .e their frien nds sad tle She LIk Thin- most chronic case s cured with an Peterburgh & Gulf Ry. Co. Writ of or ho
m ty si velvet fe nrst steamer arrived Sunday Mr. Fran- mer o th bottles. Re- error dismissed, Judge Taylor4 every day
Sa.l eec. .r tw.. the" be they wea. r a eath twmitation of it: from Ax, Africa. This was the ,. s.sors r. Kin New 1 tel nothing if you are not satisfy ed in YOU may us
-- t t ey ofmeeel x pteasness of their British steamnhip RichTmond CaptP e XCl.axwa el medicine, every particular. The Crystal Pha C minutes at a
t w 4la ab M a o t n ace; at u or cox. Her apmo cowssI osJt lsC 5 l a* J. tWirrewsoo a W o thIr -mey, eBrent m usr Pea m ona, ny a. -aI nig
se emso aor1.014 o00e snmuperfl feet. wr w I or m aking a fuss abo~I Ni t. and mght
a -tg "l a grt t-e ea mr rk among T..eiery ssrn e S d at submittedd for rati-aton at the next ar o *un
a ._ " twer. w-le r. "Lot y-m oewr -betamhp Venus, nCapt. Goodwo. meeting of the lea which is to oc
t WOW.S- the kl ht ki mka, If yea ca6aot cuwhlnh edayu tr l bothae. elsR POR SALE Dcr at the Y. M. C. A. on Wednesday I have
whtic en3W Mtedfmbsyeeyod the ro 1adi andm- nQC mc afternoon at 4 o'clock. A large andMEct
I If bet f es y we b "al h 2 of c e150 sa meott, d,, ig room chair. Important metlng is planned for that S witch t
a mm merl bunevr a e of rbber Te chSde ^ l. ch a when r tst of interested a pull it out tc
.g g. .sth .il-L-, tor Jo.r ts frtisAr mnay yIL n want. Apply Or. gaialoas will receive attention. Popular Y. M. C. A. Club n.

PKSOKA1 MENTION. Thealeb c roes of is hi T- Deatane C Kof A. hail, F ected Officers for the ability of suj
iaS j =t hr. I w, Xsita o spent Saturay will be shipped from Peasmola aIn T-I r| chrunc PceeeIst Yeae. 28.r
we me vVU d. ( ry emr eSoS!hir...soi and train loads to Lrsi nI A t of old newspapers,
ed. T be used in the manufacture of fari- III l | I mu llllU P YL -" -r
S., MrWsm. C0aer. _r. Nnym Garrett o lf Bay Pont ture and other arst elS tied up in neat bundles for
they e_.cano si 9i M s the y. -a le,5c a bundle, at The Jour- THriers' olub of hthe d e-
_ _m_-T______ _r_ charts an- Consumers should be on dhsr Inal important meeting last night at whic Ibw a & taio ofIt fA food rirtaTh s that o -icers for the ensuing year were K s
e d i = __ are kel ton--. pen CO AcoTmplished Con- ULDU eU LUA I/Ue.Tclbwc Io lc", F

RIB wil be learesemria rgret that tre likely to prove dletcrious UL LpoUUnar tosf year, aniza sespe its a. 51 U
i iaas cts eiert&u sat rto aeaclthi iderable Yesterday. inm n o yt with many aatteridn M t-
t s i ag e. gm iscrt ialy= altatsabhualth."H prospects. Jas. Semple wa c e Teisph
,. .A--.-- [Interest of the Civic ci last ni0 ts me f

wS m -Wb -e -neitehe- ta m bisA nVeuse o th committee eon con ty, Spent Last Night oFA GALL O ss

S-M CIhn sf e ..... i made by a phyu cian sad ches obmee alam ons in the big o c.Rvr ad r e
ty f a w days, ad isbe t--leanly, pure and *eptb wor before the newly made oraniza Naonal River and Harbors Co
Ste Wm arly rdted by many 2o the most delicate stomach. u a omiftte, composed of Mes 8 CB t Haws, eblteo beh in Wat'i te and
Jr 4 W sda A. &ar r um rne a g --- dames Frnk Mayo., Max e L ear* eamdia, Xorida, spent last night in the delegates to this important congress the*
iaaaStcay Uitiay AlW 3m019in2, where framing a coastitution, which will be cit en route -home from Alabama, within the course of a few days. quesaes is attende
ite2-WArode sh cg t 6 a week anmon old -where he and Mrs. Hare had been nd.. Ledge, Ne. 30, Tim
Se alfelg oar smXinstafst, g--reatly en- pndn several weeks with friends. at 'clock, pr
"o 00 It tit -T **,he Journal' Datw raashion Feature are- ha skA *a*ly be that
Sye Mis. W. Ileo r dA l uatl.e aag h- Pensacola had e a great future and
5 aieMl to j!e ter. Sales left Saturday for their wMle he comes here only at long in- .our supae Rep
be j set maial after a very tervals. le iS more impressed than l Un2S t1s* -
w --l. ... .ever with that belief now. He edits as a M ieton tre
.. an *g el the sv e anudothere is probably not as-a-a--of - ----l----

In Isr A V! Ien iatn 4- to the tact that Blue B or abetter i"ntuence than his. vt atAthet. A PO
bee ed. endnold tiarpr leav e this morn g JAs. NLLE,
41biMM N, Thgc mbndc a0g ies af NWo where tetheeyIDn eaill K. R. 8.

a i...h.alle Party. __ -----"_ 1 p 'ea ...f...
7c?' Ne.T 4e wfee Ie39 rvd a mer- ,h a ctb 2 .
W6 -142dolveWn Dr Ix W, 3e W1amspent "ttty for the spem. fo P- emo- net ^ *
P0bi-e. usat Th othe L b e used Inn ttem thePf ose b OCT01
l IbTeea October a" dumn. cents.

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ah sesLna serbaed.
ma.UUWV lL.p od=Inta 'O S IU INofc

me B&LUf -RA r mnme1hi,&tee
fte parcsfAg 4~ e[t-XJ TIIe ETy sSn

`. .u .es- _2'* d. 11te Work le
ciabree 1W in EbyNg lecttio. But Mat- .I I O1 SAm That's t
MCWe, W a m 0 wa i That's t
* Mit-wo tia tes Are WeUn ---t one straw g oke a way of l

Unusual activKy, preparatory to r. . ...._ OlaOnlyoone
eat Tueseday esleelon is event a: tal 1-1sBa kas .w
the county eurt house this week i r townte.hat
whoe tally sheet e bses, ballot boes, It is found
land-MEAT a A" bengae e red qcreek, The extra 0OOd ft an
A99M.4ar bei ngs p/ted and ala style of our tailorinu anI &
big-oev,, w. f.nw. A ...nvg may afford It the in- I "Uer

IFeio *s: W gt wias loon a lle,-l_ ?4n 7m ro ... .. a a
aW Set the bet h opeas have yS ally been a
returned, account of the special 1- -
nthe 12t wenm the delsm will betosc .

An attractive street ,ewastum is here 4tptctsd-the model = baing a Sw FlORida gl
1m--lmly's D. Malory K**B*B*dv o( eaapire aeses, although f it ealeq the Agor" about the back a"
h. .. -d aos. Dart ta oroeadstl waos -ad (or the o(gnal ca"Me. trm, e M m L0AD C
i-,.i ate rhset to tAe iour amt re-emed with butieas of the cloth, and with a white pae Test, which fastened _withss
SSs reer0 acp it oBlowdt a single black satin button. The skirt was a red circular, and tted AiC s
w :0 toK 1 3 to part way .down the frest, the lower part -opeatl to show a&vlaited faa or
... ...the cloth. po m F Ag K

gerofa vr-
ry says that
+1livd the
p and water
I not be so
mapd for fur-

and water
d with judg-
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d suds of Ivory
e furniture sew-
Polish with a

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station gen-
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a day and
in the year.
e it for a few
time, or day
the year

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o start, and
3 stop.

the responsi-
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Mntina of atRMaefs
rsday night. Octabw

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For quick sale, we wre off ting No.
326 East Intedeneta sutret;, Coassts
of a comfortable little bome aoe0 in.
lot 40x172, beautiful Sowes aMd in0

Elegant buildinK lot on: East Cer-
vantes street. 70x132. Juat the-iacee
to build yourself a home.

If you have property for sale or
exchange or if yo want to ; lead
your Idle money uDon real estate
mortgages at good rate of Interest,
call us.' .

mag.'g g*e Peasaf t. 1tLne NO. 54.. ANCE.
I_____Agnts Thleoig- .Udg M.

ALVIVW-fmlmbar ON.Palafox
*'re.A4W4em Excb ago,"Core JOur-
L 260OtWO

A TO BUT-'A:good bosse for
"--ig delivery work. Apply 1DJ)
.w-an. octMtt
-~ u
.- afoTXDPosltion by young lady ste-
lsgahiepr. can give reftence. Ad-,
Y tS ou19. Jackson St. StoptlSt
AMrKMD.-A small cash register. Ad-
udrs --egister." Care Journal ectl7tf
WANTED-Position as circular saw flier.
or fore9n n oaI nrt-clais mill, cutting
l-o (r export. Al references. Address
o." ox 24. McKme eAla. 7octl2w
"AJMTKD--You to know that the sole-
t ae titture Compe ny sells blankets.
e Mat, bedspread- rugs. and lace cur-
on weekly or; monthly payments.
im 971 an4d our asksman will call.
lik non Furniture Co.. W. Government
WANTED--Kodak developton and print-
g at Johnson's Book Sre. octln*
WANTED-All the ladles to know that
the latest patterns nla ParleIn tailoring
Mea-'be seen at The Paristan Taloring
* Parlors. 37- ent Buldtng. loctc
WX WANT to make sour stencls and
ka and do any kin, of etletrical or
West oa"la. Phone $9. sept
WANTb-Your orders for fresh meat
and vegetables. Delivered any part of
city Samy Meat MaIrtM lot 1 st
Strong. Ph no 115. Ieteptt
WANT D--All kinds of second-hand
ae.L Bring them to us: ship tm to
STelephone us; write to us. Cr
Gardw and Alcanis street. Telqphone
t 4.S *. S. Mellen & Co. Sept
*ANTSD--A buyer for 16 lots 'In nme
N k and house w'th 6 lots on ast H.iI.
w I Palaox St. teepttf
WANTED--Your shOes toe pir while
- wait. Half soled l 1- minutes
iCharles. 511 South Palafox trMeet.
614 I al 1042. lar
WANTED-A. L. BtaglasI wat year
aend bauig'. Ho to=an
F~ure 4t3 o_____ h____

3kST-Gold and amethyst rosary, either
n St. Michael's ehurh on Palafox
street, or on rar. Reward for return to
26 East Gregory. oct2Stf
-O-T -A misses' gold watch and fob
with muAic medal attached. Monogram
S 'A. L. W." on watch and fob. Name on
medal. "-Louise Williams.-' Reward on
return of property to B. 8. Williams, 304
hslesen Building. 25oct3t*
IAlT-Gold h lket. containing Initials
". L. M." Reward for return to 3 8..
Palafox St. 26octSt
JIA0T-T.kwo leather pocketbooks strap-
ped together with rubber. Finder will
ptepsa return same to 508 West Belmont
street and receive reward. R. W. Waters.
TWO OQINTER DOGS. near poorhouse.
One white, with liver spots, very long
Sand leao. had on round leather collar.
Other solid red, fat and has wart on top
of back. Just above tail. Reward for
return to W. W. Martin, at McMillan
& Co.'s stables. 120 W. Inteadencla. 27sep

mal method. Harmony, Theory. Peda-
agtca. Students qualified for teaching.
(CArt. ate awarded. Phone M7. Madame
a. olse HulL loctim
orgents, and cheirhater of Christ
Church tacbes the Piano (Atuttgardt
system, Hinging (open throat Italian
Imethodl. organ and theory( Including
oreb stration.) P. 0. Address, Pensacola.
Florida.. octl8lm*
M13 MARGARET MACLAY will reopen
hbr Kindergarten at 316 W. Strong
street on Monday, October the 6th. Phone
2S. 27septlm

IjW --Money. time and patience by not
S advantage of The Journars
W t Ad They always bring results.
Aad they are not expensive.
room boase with all modern convenlen-
4s cl e Jn and cose to thee car lines.
.. Vep "r Jobl*

r e Y" It Ist ias t to trs ss
Fos- y.s--htayemars Pat
a =a 08d In tho se am

MAZING-I am located at the St.
a Hotel, room 8. where I will be
arve my old friends and many
as. ventai e and trous-
.." ',

FOR BAU-Sa vace h&au..erlesa rile,.
30-30 calibre. 2 tColts Automatic pistol.
perfect onditionm. Both for $2S.00. Dr. C.
Ray Mtchell, 42 Thiexen Building.

FOR SALE CHEAP-Phaeton In good
running order and one 1-horse spring
wagm In od condition. Apply J. A.
Kirkatrick, 222 B. Gadiden. 25oct3t*

FOR SALE-On bed-room suit; als
Victor raphop,.-e ad ga plate. -V.
219 North DeoVfler St. 25octl *.
FOR SALE-Fine bens, hen houses, full
blood bor pigeos, horse, buggy.
cowa. beferd tent, boat and household
goods. Van. Wlmklde, I. Jackson St. op
you. Soctw
vines, Peach TIres etc. Address Jas.
Blomeley. Fem Vtieyard, Contoument,
Pa., or apply tClyde Biomeley, Union
Tradlog Store. 26octlm*

ofs" &so*" Pow. .

HAVE YOUR i Yk'rW xULiRS rUeired
and put in working order. Price. reason-
able. Allen TypewriteExpert, Walker's
Book Store. Phone 16 27tootlw*

all occasions. Crysnatbneinuan,, Can-
tions and Roses. Deglas a. ea cialty.
Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Bay s. oet27tf
SrT FLOPWERS-OrWers taken fOr all" oc-
-asions, particularly for weddgs ad
funerals. Mi Lella C. eeQ 1 .
Siaylen. Phone 282. e oNet

IF YOU WANTED a nice carr ge'and
match horses for a w 4dibg or to
calling, where would you g o o et them?
To Pensacola Livery StabWMe, r --r
Phone S. ecUt.
J. C. YOUNG will repair your a"Arega.
Make it good as new. Cares r-
(ate. 22% 8. Tarragea, between
| and Romana Sts. 2". -ept

FOR SALE CHMAP, three, eight wheel IF YOU WANT TO BORMOW mesy;
indAA Lo Wagens, mt go. Bank of or if you would like to land m at
Po Ala. 24oet7t good rate of interest e aIt-
- curlty. try The Jourana WSt
FOR BALB-LAVING THE CITY It Is the quickest, easiest and chmet
WAR WOB1.E HOUSEHOLD GOODS whtass froe 1a4-inch t '-,a f
STOVSI, RTC. STONE, 3t' E. Twns, Cots, smhm a ft.a4
CHASE ST. .. 21 octlw* stock. 7 Soth P&A.i

FOR ALE-Oe fine belf-Ueedi g heater
practically new, at a barghll. W. R.
Meriwether, S113 Ta gea, St. 22octlw
stove, small het, dresser, washstand.
and Small window 5. ly 01 E.
Government 2octlw*
FOR SAL-Far arm *4 acres, 10 miles
from P*esAcola. Price $1500. Address
JH., P. O. Boa Ts PenMacola. Fla.
FOR SAl r-A large mare mule in first-
elams c don l The Fisher Real Estate
AgeScy. oct2ltf

FOR SAL --ight-t"ie, two-story dwell-
ing. mode eorair lot, 75x90. Fine
o a. n er ear and business section.
Would sei at macrice to make quick sale.
423 Bat Orvantes.- Phone 264. 21octlw*
FOR SALE-Lot tee hens, Incubator and
portable hen house; horse, bug, cow
and two heifers: al o tent and boat. See
Van Winkle East Jackson street, on
- Bayou. tooct1we

FOR SALE-Oae Pay-Sboales Typewriter.
practically new. Address Box A. A..
Pensacola, la. 10oot
FOR SALE-Blankets, comforts. bed-
spreads, rugs and lace curtains. Weekly
or monthly payments. Phone 971 and our
salesman will call. Solomon Furniture
Co., W. Government St. 10octlm
FOR SALE-Tlmbered lands In large or
small tracts. Southern Real Wtate and
Investment Co., Flomaton, Ala. oct3tf
LAUNCB.22% feet long, 44-inch beam. 7
H. P. engine. Speed about 10 miles per
hour. Apply A. A. Wrighton. 6 W. Ro-
maana stree ept30tf
FOR BALP--A Mne 2-story house with all
modern conveniences, on East Hill, one
block from car line and on a corner fac-
g south and east. Large lot, $3500.
R SALE-eautiful home on Bayou
Chico, the Sw0..*vwwunts coMIt more
than the sale price, at $4000.
A 5-room house and 5 lots on East Hill,
at $1600.
A 5-room house and 3 lots on West Gar-
den, $1300.
A S-room house, corner lot, N. Spring
St. Close in, $.30W.
A 5-room house and 3 lots on North
Spring. at $1300.
A fine lot on the corner of Chase and
DeVillier s eets, at $2000.
Cottage on W, Government St., $1200.
Cottage on Little Bayou at 31S0o.
Some business property on Paiafox.
Gardena. Bayles and Intendencla Sts. Pri-
ces on request.
Also some farms for sale.
JOHN N. DAY. 6 East Garden St.
BEAD COLLARS-Latest novelty out:
in colors red, white, blue and amber.
sent to any address on receipt of fity
cents pot d. Phone 1029. P. 0. Box
NO. Pensacola. in&. .
FOR SALE OR RENT--Seabreeze cottage
on Santa Ross sound. Good outbuild-
tigs and about 19 acres land. extending
from Pensacola bay to Santa Rosa Sound.
Harry W. Gibbs, 27 S. Palafox St.
F OR SAL -'econd-hand Kranich &
Bach Piano; cheap and on easy te-rms.
Phone 32. Sept
$1I fart Gadaden street. 2-story. 7-
room house, good condition, now rented.
for 25 per month. Can be bought for
S500. Terms $9.00 per month. Has large
lot, surrounded by beautiful shade trees.
Apply W B. Clutter, at The Clutter iusic
House. 9laug

FULLM Adicco Oldest
est a e724es.0t0and $2.00Spec-
W al rat b we-. L Jans. ProP 1J
ToE JOtUnAIr'S Pa8aa Canal 01o-
tias at lSc a e 1y. Full of illustrations
and local viewS. the thing to send to
out-of-town Mends. They are ready for

YOU AR MJUDGI(by year W*' tin.
It costs no more to have the best. Hav
it don* at the Mays Pr stMag .. 24 W.

JNO. A. BEIRG-Maxer MOat ls -tst,
awnings. tarpaun & d'a sw -Agt
Cm apene streeAt 3Io

FOR RENT-Store building on S. W.
Corner Zarragossa and Baylen streets.
Apply McMillan & McClure, 9 W. Inten-
dencla t. Phone 271. oct27tf
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms.
centrally located, nice family. Apply
204 West Romana st. 24octlw

FOR RENT-A furnished cottage of four
rooms at the Old MI Inn. Apply to
Miss Lillie Taylor. 20oct
FOR RENT-House at Bayou Grande. 5
large rooms, at $12.50 per month. Ap-
ply to William Packham, Pensacola, Fla.
DeLuna Stree-t .................. .$25.00
309 E. Intendentia Street .........$ 6.00
106 S. Tarragona Street ..........$10.00
120 S. Tarragona Street ..........$12.00
13 W. Romana Street .............$983.235
7 N. Palafox street ...............$40.00
Store near Palafox Street.
Boarding Houses-
National Hotel, 18 rooms .........$60.00
300 E. Wright Street .............$25.00
1401 N. Sth Avenue ...............1 10.00
1800 N. Palafox Street ............15.00
1107 East Cervantes .............. 15.0
905 North Reus Street ............120.SO
724 W. Zarragossa Street .........310.00
207 N. Reus Street ............... 15.00
1211 E. Cervantes Street ..........M2.50
15th Avenue and 13th Street ....312.50
Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street..316.00
308 E. Intendencia Street .........420.00
913 E. Government Street .........153.00
1307 E. Strong St................12.50
1013 E. Strong Street .. ..........317..00
Large 10-room house at Fisherville,
with electric lights. hath. hot and cold
water: can be rented furnished or unfur-
nished. 2 servant houses in yard; 2 blocks
from ar line.
Cor. Romana and Palafox Sts., two olR-
4-es upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate

Phone W.
PARTIES out of a Job should W
Journal's Want Columns. The c
small and results almost certain. A
rate. they are worth trying. far you
all to gain and nothing to lose.
IF YOU HAVE anything for rent wl
advertise it in these columns? E
one Ls sure to see it.
A warehouse with private sidetr
Stores East Garden st., 'near Pa
11S to 320 eaeh.
317% South Palafox, upstairs, pool
Store. Gadsden and 6th avenue $1I
104-10S South Tarragon St., $WOO
119 5. Bavlen. $20.00.
Fisherville, modern. $17.5U.
116 W. Romana. $1500.
1009 Strong St.. $15.00.
37 E. Romana. $26.00.
126 East Chase. $12.50.
_200 N. Spring. 510.00.
1622 N. 7th. $12.5.
710 West Main. $3.00.
1301 W. Intendenca, $8.00.
S Bast 6rdM

Subscribe for The Journal. Subscribe for The JouraaL
.; *5

We Will Build You

a House

on lots we have for sale on
East Strong street and East
DeSoto street, between 10th
and 12th avenues ,and let you
pay for same on easy month-
ly plan.

Are you paying the land-
lord now? Do you want to
own your own home? If so,
come and see us, or phone
down and we will come see

43 South Palafox Street.


ONE ROOM completely furnished for
light housekeeping. Gas and phone. 301
W. Chase. 7octlw

FOR RENT-Newly furnished room, close
in on car line. Apply 228 W. Govern-
ment street. 27octlw*
FOR RENT--Good. comfortable place to
board and room. Southern exposure.
Apply 420 West Chase street, three doors
from car line. Good location. 25oct7t
to business center, private family. 230
W. Government St. 20olw*
FOR RENT-Furnished and unfurnished
rooms, use of gas range. 102 N. Alcants
street. Phone 1102. Call in mornings.
TWO OR THREE furnished rooms in
private family, for light housekeeping.
Bath and gas; desirable neighborhood;
also one front room for one or two gen-
tlemen. 422 W. Gregory. 25octlwV
FOR RENT-Comfortable furnished room
with gas and bath, one block from Pala-
fox street. ;10 W. Chase St. 1Octim*
FOR RENT-Two large nicely furnished.
or unfurnished rooms, with bath and
modern conveniences on North Hill on
car line. Rates reasonable. Phone 753.

. . *. -

AFew .Barzains* k eaI Estate

$12.0 Per Acre.
~& F ac e of go"MI dlad, aboIt 4 mis ft U e ctty and convenent to
|sbe.lsmod. oburs h

S -awtery.AdwoUlng on HNi. *fi Mtni"" hlt, bath, bathetc.,
..;ele Mt. one-shm tleek o rM NewS o I ear w'iM. A baugalm.
Special Menion

'te a be feine qetek aleto, a larigere boeNdlng all rented. Very
mr the mbuelnees catr. PartlculamI, term, etc. afly furished t bona-

No. 9 W. Intendencia St.

TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with -
bath room attached. Apply 216 South
Alcanis street. locUtm* HELP WANTED.

THREE NEWLY furnished rooms with
kitchen and bath room attached. Ap-
ply 216 S. AlcanI St. 18octimtl
ROOMS FOR RENT-Centrally located.
Good neighborhood. 9 Garden St.
Also rooms for light housekeeping at
Flaherville on the beach. Terms reason-
able. Mrs. C. J. Allen, Phone l163.

FURNISHED ROOMS by the day, week
or month. Apply No- 3 N. Palafox St.
_- Soctim*
light housekeeping.' Apply $14 E. Jack-
soa street. 7octim*
FOR RENT-Rooms isrtable for light
housekeeping. Apply corner Cervantes
and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. 6octlm
FOR SALE ADS. always bring results.
Why don't you try The Journal's Want
Ads.? They are doing wonderful things
for other people and why not you?
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished
front room, southem and eastern ex-
posure, phone and bath. to desirable
party. North Hill. Private family. Ad-
dress Box 574. 15aug


WE have $100,000.05 In a.-ranteed, first
class, 8 per cent mcrtgages on city real
estate in any amount from -100.0 up,
You have worked for your money, now eit
it work for you. The Fisher Real state
Agency, 206 So. Palafox Street. 10-Jan.
Are you getting 2 per cent. net for
your money? If not. you don't get all
that is "coming to you." We can place it
on first mortgages on improved city prop-
erty. How much does it piY yu aid
dong nothing? Leslite E.RO 11
MONEY LOANED on an kinds of er-
sonal property on short notice.
terms. Suburban lots sold on easy pay-
nta. J. B. Gray Co.. 2 W. Romak.

MONEY LOANED. on real estate anid
personal property In the city of Pen-
sacola on short notice. Terms eaay. J.
W. Bullard. 3% South Paiabx street.

WANTEI--A presser at on,'e. Apply 12
West Romana street. 27oct3t*
WANTED-A reliable woman to cook and
help care for children. Apply Mrs. Ju-
lius Oerting, Cor 12th Avenue and 14th
street. 2.o-t
WANTED-Men to learn barber trade.
Few weeks completes. 64o chairs con-
stantly busy. Careful instructors, tools
given, diplomas granted, wages Satur-
days. positions waiting. wonderful de-
mand for graduates. Write for Catalogue
Moler Barber College, New Orleans, La.
REPRESENTATIV1,S to solicit. exc-lu-
sively or side line. the Saloon. Drug
Dispensary and Wholesale liquor trade
for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran-
teed under the Pure Food Laws and
adopted by the U. S. Government forlios-
pital purposes. An easy seller. Write
quick for prices, territory, etc. Box 294.
ovington,- Kentucky. 25octlm*
N'WANTED-An experienced cook to live
on premises. Apply Southwest corner
Blount street and 12th avenue. oct21tf
WANTED-A first-elass look. Good
salary. Apply 229 N. Spring street.
WANTED-An experienced solicitor to
sell blankets, -omirforts. bedspreads,
rugs, and lace curtains. on weekly or
aionthly Installments. Solomon Furniture
Co.. W. Government St. 1OoctIm
WANTED-Lady and gentleman can-
vaseers to handle useful household arti-
cle. Good money: sells at sight. Apply
310 E. Government St. 4oct
UNCLE SAM wants Mail Carriers and
Postoffice Clerks. examinations here
November 1R. Examinations for Railway
Mail Clerk, Customs Clerks and Clerks at
Washington coming. $600 to $1600 yearly.
Common education sufficient. Prepara-
tior. free. Write. Franklin Institute.
Rochester. N. Y. Soctlm*

FOUND-A gold locket by postoffice yes-
terday. with the initials R. L. M. on it.
Owner can have same by applying to
Walter R. Middleton, 513 E. LaRua St.
FOt'NDr-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.
R.olomon Fu-.'rnitnure Co. .W lntendencia- St

-_-- ....................... ioctim

ot iS AND POULTRY Oi newsapemrsare useful at all ties
t an thatr In the store or in the home. The
t have .>* Journal sells them at five cents per bundle
Shaey are neatly tied and convenlet to
hy not CONKEY'S ROT'P CURE will -ure your WINTER RESORT-The "Old Mill" Inn.
very. wheezing. wollen-headed fowls. F. .VW.1 nbtshore. R ntes"d Mlomit
Mellen & Co.. Phone 34oct: on bay shore. 10 minute ride from cit
Mellon & .. Phone 34.on electric car line. will be open for the
winter Oct. 1. All modern convenien.-es.
FOR SALE-One good Jersey Cow with Addres Miss Lillie Taylor. 'Old Mill"
rack. young calf. Apply T. E. Welles. 14oet Inn. Pensacola, Fla. Phone 38O. 2iept
lafnn. Pensacola. Fla. Phone 38 sept
EGGS are Eggs) Conkey' s Laying Tonic LOS0T-A good opportunity to rent or ex-
nrooma, -GGS are Eggs is effective. change or sell what you have, unless
F. S. MELLEN & CO.. Phone No. =34. yocadvertise it in The Journal's want
I FOR SALE-Bayview Park Poultry yards. m
Cor. 14th street and 20th avenue, have EVERY HOTEL in West Florida and
Black Minocras, Barred Plyinouthrocks. South Alabama should carry a small ad
pure bred cockrels and eggs for sale. .W. i i column. The cost is only $1.50
T. Tracy. octlltf ear month for four lines -r les.
PEOPLE are finding out every day that
The Journal's Want Columns "are all SR-'RRT SU "IF.i:S.
that Is claimed for the Wy not try
them and get what you want? VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
TO CATTLE OWNERS-I have a pure

Svenue and 4 treet. ctty 2 ts mets at Knights of Columbus
Hall the first Friday in each month.
FOR SALE-Two good mules. Leslie E.. J .N. ANDREWS.
ns Brooks. ctlm ABE DANIELS. President.
Ltan .. Secretary.

Nat L= "1e No. 1, Daiugs r of
NOTICE OF REMOVAL-I have leased 'cle it a .tL F. hal .
the store. No. 101 North Palafox St.. elasirs e'rdiay Invited to beprest
for 3 years. I shaN be glad to see all my REDCCA JOHNSON, N. G.
old friends and mny new ones there. POLLY DARLINGTON.
Turs fdr business. J. N. Andrews. Secretary.

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* i

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

Jnae. W. Bollock, Jr,
Iooms 304-306 Thiesen Building

List your property with us

and we will find purchasers

for it or tenants for those va-

cant houses.

Collection of rents a spe-

cialty. Don't. you think it

is time to invest in some good

renting property? We have

several good investments to


Call, write or telephone.

IF TE HOLw. W A whose cook left
without notice Is' wise. she will place an
ad. in these oplumas for another sad thus
end all the trMU atM oz-c?,e

For clearing the property at the north-
west corner of Palaox and Garden
streets, say 150 feet on Palafox by 100
feet on Garden; all material to belong
to the contractor. Work 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 Sth. Bight is reserved
to reject any or aU bils.
Secretary Pensacola2 Hotel Ce.
Northern District of'Florida.-By virtue
o-f an order of sale issued out of the 7Unit-
ed States District court for the Northerin
District of Florida, on the twenty-third
day of October, 1908. notice is hereby giv-
en that I will sell by public auction, for
caah. on Friday. the thirtieth day of- Oc-
tober. 1908, at 12 o'clock m., at Bagdad,
Santa Rosa county. Florida, the steamer
"Linus." her engines, boilers. manahlery.
boats, tackle, apparel, appurtenances and
furniture, as she now lips, Bagdad, Santa
Rosa county. Florida. V, F. McGourin.
United State* Marshal. 25o6t
Estate of John R. Saunders. Deceased.
Creditors, legatees. distributes, and all
other persons having debts or demands
of whatsoever nature against this estate,
are required to present the same to me
within two years after the first publication
of this notice, to-wit: September 15. 190.
Administratrix of Estate of J. L. Saunders.
sept oawSw
-Notice is hereby given to creditors, leg-
atees. distributes. ad4 as persons hav-
Ing claims or demands aglAst the estate
of N. Girl; deceased, to present the same
to undersigned within two (2)-.years from
the first publication of this notice.
Administratrix cum testamento anpexo.
September 22, 190k. sept22oawSw*
IDepartment of there interior ; U. Land
Office at Gainesville., Flrida, October 10.
1908. Notice is hereby given that George
W. Soule. of Camp Walton. Florida, who.
on November 8, 1902. made Homestead
Entry, No. 31869, (Serial Number 062-) for
SW'A of 8SEa and SE%4 of SW%. Section
14. Township 2 South, Range 24 West.
Tallahassee Meridian, has Sled notice of
intention to make final five-year proof, to
e-tablish rlaim to the land above de-
scribed. before the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, at Pensacola, Florida. on the 20th
day of November. 1908. Claimant names
as witnesses: Mary Elizabeth Atwell. of
Camp Walton, Florida; David 'M. Wither-
ill, of Camp W'alton. Florida: Thomas
C. Brooks, of Camp Walton. Florida;
George B. Brooks. of Camp Walton. Flor-
ida. Henry S. Chubb, Register.
Notite is hereby given. to creditors, leg-
atees. distributes, and all persons hav-
ing claims or demands against the estate
of Mary A. Rhodes, deceased, to present
the same to the undersigned within two
() years from therst publication of this
September 22, 190. sept22oawgw


The following. report is furnished dally
for The Journal by Marks & Gayle. F. 0.
B. cotton merchants. Pensacola, Fla.:
Good middling ..................... 9
Strict middling ..................... """..
Middling ........................... 8%.$
Strict low middling ...................
Savannah. Ga.. Oct. 26.-The following
are the naval stores quotations:
WW ................................ .35
W G ........................."...... 6 30
N ...............................:... 5 f
I .................................. 25
H ................................... S7

S....................................2 75
B .... ............................... ..f 75
D .. .............................a 724
B ..................................2 70
Spirits Turpentine, 3X% cents.

All Week TOOted ii uu
.MMt l -r1H MWe a. _lawn* ai


Pensacla-Fort Uarrancas Schedaule.
Elective Thursday, October 1, U.
Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Barranoag.
56:30 a. m. .................... *00 a. m.
6-:0 a. ..................... 7:16 a. a.
7:15 a. m. .................... 8:00 a. m.
8:00 a. m. ................. 8:45 a. m.
8:45 a. m. ................... 9:20 a. m.
9:30 a. n. ................... 10:15 a. m.
10:15 a. m. ................... 11:00 a m.
11:00 a. .................. 11:45 a. in.
11:45 a. m. ................... 12:30 p. m.
12:30 p. m. ................... 1:15 p. m.
1:15 p. m. .................... 2:00 p. m.
2:00 p. m. ................... 2:45 p. m.
2:45 p. m.....................3:30 p. in
3:30 p. m. ................... 4:15 p. m.
4:15 p. m. ..........Sat. only 5:10 p. m.
5:00 p. m. Sat. only. .:45 p. in. :00 p. m.
6:00 p. m. 5:45 p. i. 6:30 p. na. 7:00 p. m.
7:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m. 7:15, p. m. 7:30 p. m.
8:00 p. m. 7:15 p. m. 8:(W0 p. m. 8:30 p. m.
9:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. 8:43 p. m. 9:30 p. m.
10:00 p. m. 3:46 p. m. 9:30 p. m.0te: p. m.
11:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 10:15 p. m.11:30 p. m.
10:14 p. m. 11:00 p. m.
11:00 p. m. 11:20 p. m.
The 7:15 a. m. train from Pensacola will
run as a local train hereafter. The 6:10
p. m. train from Barrancas will make all
stops, except on Saturdays, when a local
car will leave Big Bayou at 5:20 p. m.
The Pensacola-Big Bayou local will be
discontinued, except on Saturday after-
Local freight leaves Pensacola at
7:15 a.m.
10:15 a. m.
3:30 p. m.
Through freight leaves Pensacola at
1:15 p. m.
First car leaves Pensacola at 7:00 a. m.:
second car at 8:00 a. in.. and from that
hour on, the week day schedule will bh
obeer'-ld. except a car will leave Fort
Barrancas at 5:00 p. m. instead of 5:10 p.
Freight car will make but one trip,
leaving Pensacola at 9:30 a. m.
Passengers wishing to go to West 14111l
will take North Hill cars and transfer to
West Hill car at Ia Rua and Ievillier
streets, except every week day after 5
p. m. and Sundays* after 2 p. m, when

Reatl E t Tr f West Hi cars will run through. Palfox
Street to the poatoffl-e and to West Hill.
rollowaig Is a lt et real bae ALBA H. WARREN. Mgr.
travuactin record**ed ye d aye_ __
missed by the PasaA __
H. L. Brooks toO eorge W. Howe. COTTRELL.
$100 and other conslderatioas, block
299, New City. Fine
I- E. Brooks to J. W. Bullock, Jr., PHOTOGRAPHS.
$100 and other csasidmaaflons, lota HsT R.
11, 12 and 13, block M 8, Mast King PTnsuacola, Fla.
T. G. Britton to W. C. Barrineau,
$100, E. haIf of N. .m quarter of N. W. A ,w.. old u lon er
quarter of section 14, Touw hip 2, N., l O- O --w s--r- .
Range 3 west. tied up it uOndph fo
Wm. H. Kwnoles "to H. H. Boyer. a. e, ca bMdle at The Jeer-
$200. fractional lot 1. block 162. Bel-, -C a DUnaifr ai jaur
mount tract- ial office.
L. E. Brooks to James an- AUllee
Harris. $100, lotp 1 and 2, block 108, DON'T PAY CARRIERS.
West King tract. Once more the Jourial mst tN OB the
E. F. Goldsmith to Packard Land attention of its subscribers to the pay*
Co., $80, lots 11 and 12, block 22, Park tag of subscriptions to carriers,
place. I Carriers are not authorized to cot-
E. F.. Goldsumit, trustee, to sama lect for the Journal. Its only asthbr-
$0., same property, 1ted collectors in Pes&c-a areM
R. G. Bushell to L. S. Brows. $100 Messrs. J. A. Wales, Sam. M. Roac
and other coasiderations, lot 16, ,G. Lambrecht, John Gerkin and Wyp=
block 113, New Cfty tract. I White. On the road the paper 4aP
Louis Boley to Albrey Maura, $1.00, resented by Charles F. Stew -C
and other coaal,."mea., setio 56, U. Porter, R. B William* a-"W A.
township 2, 8.. rsme'3 wet. Beal.
Kupfras Park .Co. to Mandy R. Receipts signed by theg Kmflemen
Simmons, $1 aad ether cwneisdertons, will be acknorkl4 by ofice
lot 5. block 22. Park place. but none other. .
Melissa Cowles to Iteeutors of Wm. Don't pay carriers.
Fisher. $5. 8. by 100 ftet S. W. cor- FRWD'., wBV r,
ner Florida Bla0 and Mate streets. r. aCroeulmatL

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MesUrae Cor. of DeSoto street
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IAn Int sting Satement Upon Several Points on Which
In Bu-ine Men Want Infotiation When Asked to o ~ usegasltet, because it Ts
SJo Inland Waterway A c on-Practicable kicker oeyeglae but a brilliant
S** ^ am al D\*bI ,e, Both Cv wnwtrcially and in Engineer- penetrating light, the nearest approach to
O V0 S ing61- ealiation of Plan Apparently Depends Prin- that is. Inverted gas arcs applied to your
e a cipally o the Amount-of Public Interest Shown in for $1.50 each.
e di-t-r P l Joural: prepared to clamor for it. Fletcher Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden S
SMo a I gi~l isvke your public sand Talsftrro openly advocate it-
Sspirit o3 tae mr o space for an Ranadell, the leading rivers and bar-
appeal to eivic pride and intelligent borsa 'an on the democratic ide in
con e l Iera f4terest in behalf of the lower house of congress, indoors. -
the CO Coast Ilami Waterway as- ed IL The influence of the state ad-
ea tia? ministration of Illinois is within us.
0. The local me aership to date is Georgia is behind uas. Bverr federal
only fatdry laru As the recruiting engineer in thl< part of the country
o*f mbertip here has fallen on me, agrees that it is both practicable aad
look, -doubtless it Is I leat partly my ftalt desirable. The army and navy look
POW that tle local ImnberAlp Is not largo on it as highly desirable from a strat-
er. Bat. be that as it may, the local eic viewpoint, in view of Port Bar- MVn y n1 SI
"o "-' "nu-r-M v sp Ihould be much more nu- ranca and Fort Morgan. And the
merose, for several very excellent senate of the United Slates is corn-
resa8 Soae of these reasons are mitted to the project by its vote on Y Otr ft li
either ot understood or not suffi- Mr. Morgan' amendment to the riv- Y C r.e I
Sciently appgePt a cd. I therefore would ers and harbors bill carrying an ap-
O"f .v ^- avan yself ot year columas to an- propriation that "Uncle Joe" and Mr. A bank account aches, helps and
swer to all the questions that some Burton killed in conference, just as
Shave pt to me. they iad already killed every other yOU t- Sav. .
Relative projects of Apiachlcola effort to put into the bill any appro- The First National does all your boo
anS Pemesl. ad their relation to priation for any absolutely new work. Yor .. 1o a e -- ...
the projecet-4Llad3 J Henderson, sec. These facts (there are others of Your bank book and chcks make a compl
Sretar of the l' trade, is the father the association, dictate to my mind that we of Pensa- -
and (1a wel memited recognition of cola *win have inland water cofamun- WC Solict yOur account, whether Sa
his work), a general *icer of the as. iatiom. cheap and Wate, witta Mobile. checking account, or both.
soclatdo. Ap secretary, he has U at as 50eo as we thoropghly satisfy F c t o.
South the general tertre, but s is congress that the bill of te senators Fur per cent compounded, paid on y
no reason why should assume sad representatives are not mere ings
-_ '____________' that the lamo IO either detvied, baits for votes at home, but that the
or.being..ond:Etod, especially in t1e 9peple really need and really want
I f Virginia Aust as,' Pryl, 2314, Now aint resto s t agen- ucka avenues b dIce. deaests te
St York to Gulf TransitConr SITES ir -- -asa genue -deade of rst aNational B
"3e14,Gt t Manell "LL ft sert uWeulvOcanly that Mr. Header- number of men who are willing to

Inn OIIOe BrWICanham.1250, Vil- 11% enIry -and5"a In the cause briig Remittances for membership can be
l Jto A. Merritt & Co to the support f Pensacola's claims made to either G. A. Waterman,trea-f Pe cola Florida
.Ont a 1 1- .Bme, tt aoN 193.b 21 e s l rt Influenceswhich Pensacola perhaps urer .0 o 1
Ste a C could not win by single efforts. I L. Hederson. secretary. Apaach- eignated Depository of e United S
Deg IIill Ragate, Br as. Rpo .198, ClNA MUi UUD I have in hmind chS support of the pe o. icol. Dues are $2 a year for irtdivi tF o- ... J., *-, -
-- to yr. SiP achrs pie of Georgia. who have no small ad. u"as; $5 a year for firms and corpora- Ti W. Cashla W.. n
S UI M s I.andow., Shr. r, Paters-- a, 277,vantage togainby the bildig o tions. WATERMAN -. A. .
"Nowt Gn"rG.aA.WATERMAN..Dom
Sco W.H. Knowles,W. H. Ml. tere I Apalachicola becomes t Treasurer of. C. .. 1. A.
IIu 31res, Nor ahip, Aesen, 99 avatage of Pensacola asaI part of
Busse B oAygre* to A. Znai, ton and A. J. Alford to the W oast mina d waterway pro- S 0tumw k a and juamer _________is_ __l
SMNer a M p Backer. im, 1 Ject. Whatever chance Pensacola
6 --Nsil.. . --= 1 Am ,erf r R epresent Florida at wou a ve f getting that in which sdd t.
.. W 06W VA 2n.watColembus. Watr communatIC n with Mobile and
:_ _"-- ^t J -, Ik 1t.i Columbus. the rivers-tributary to Mobile-Is en-Let an account
C.', F.N ph to' A. o, fueScSne to tavnt2Dpncerof Almbam i IN I I ent
Nare snot., Nor kW rst, 1509, fth ao ofr a i-
4, PNor-Ita -, No, b. Crite n* T. iJuira. al Florida seastors and representa-
"144B. 9som Ayres to ma~er. Apalachicola, Oct. 2L-Governor tive. .hield in time of tro
Ia---a R a-t-"ii l I pan. t,, a ors, 1242, Broward has appe4ted as delegates to To me It lkms If Pensacola now O .
r- BH 81 the convention of the Gulf CoMt I' i --"nce th-an has Apalacheola. Ap- lI l
. b .as ei oin tr n- t to M. asMbs land Waterway Association to be held lachicolas best chance of accom- W a r .
0 4" pses deat lt yee w e atew Nor b, HMaanse. 733, aerte at Columbus, Ga., November 9-10, 198 sloshing anything of Immediate ad- e JUS TuFr per
Cabsil., 3t o f Robinson. Hon. W. H. Milton. Marines, F .; vantage to that port lies la the pro- o
l- .awal w bk, Jo-basf-,l, on. W. H... Knowe, Peasos, .; nting Ofe wle prQ etI ncludingA
s e M s. n. A. J.AlfordCarraela. wat OfSpecial advantage to u Sale-Davis Co. Plant at -- -- - Co po ded ar
SW S S-m .wr w .91. PL eIv at. to master. cilia and cieic bodies of the state, ar advantage to s is the part of the
t owt Gw orrtoIl, Ital bk, Rittore, urged to send delegates. wor that, under normal conditions, So.-Uth rt, Was Mag-
heq>mtr a*3,. 1, t Mau. Gha4,le ts ter. A ,&round-trip of oe and oe can reasoablybe expectedtoebethe AMI -A IA IIA
S. .t. fare plus cents has been arranged Sat f one. The ounty between nificent One. AM I f O N ATION Al
0 .-ii ,al n, Am ht., Abelson -n -, Bal- from points in Georgia, Alabama Inor, hare sa MN l is Cat most populous
iUmes to ater. ida, Mississippi, Tennessee a3 section Involvd. and the commercial
Saie II port Sda i Btlneizt A Ieh., Prisble lana east of the M1ssppi n dla oladai o to the cost of the es t c o gnahe sI 5
16orken r Te Jackstpon evil o r .Trade.. -, hee The Panama City Pilot in its last I a. W.. ~ .
__ h Y ..adope hefolwin-"g ro facts constitute ,wo reasons which Issue contained the following regard- .
S T delivered at ReolvedThatthele ld ery probably actuate con- l the burning of the Sale-Davis Co.
I ,our dor, 1t0c a wa. ord of .Trade apply for membership gres In providing for suc work, to mill:
your+door, d v6c awek In the Gulf Coast InlandWat erw a_ give the preference to t ds section in --_"___.............
It Gtu Coat MenlaUWaterway l the In stitution of the work. The fre whistle of the big mill at
SIonTh La'T hamt the aJaco arrini Will congress institute the work at Southport at about 8 o'clock last
-m? nI II ar T ad, e ,swnman? I am f equently aske this ques- la Bank & T ruveledsth the t of
_S _SSme basson II hn llto the convention of theGulf to a the ooe tnd ore cnsttley great r to the northward, told our P en aca _u 1+
Island Waterway Association, tot be t is agitated, the sooner it will be people that a serious conflagration
* held at Columbus, Ga. November 9-10, accomplished, and that for more tian was taking place at Southport. I lwV
1 wi Iagy fI I I UnUI IIResolved. That five members ofal century the project has had th Telephone Information states that T. A. NaINa CAtRLa H. "JE
"R ii theJsolvd,"lhat five memrs of endorsement of the engineers as be-
Tr s i A*l t I EI n||*I the Jacksonmville Board ot Trade be i entirely practicable and also th Sae-Davis Co.'s mill was complet- ipmge-te Vpi-tPrdt
Te girt ag stammipt ATJamost ar. * W II I I VlIII Iconastitued a committee to be known highly desirable as bota a mercantile ly destroyed, but that the planing mill
jro v -a*a!s geni- ag ga-- ____ as the Gulf Coast Inland Waterway and strategic project. and lube.r docks were saved. eThe DiRaCTO
h- g joIL Committee of this board, whose duty Leaving the field of positive asser- 1re i to have caught from the -. ,- M. e, . J...
S- The L -n'i* it shall be to foster the Iuterests Of ton. I can state, within the boun'Js slab.burner. . U I -..a .. -a-i
a r --v- ---ter, h- "'"'" r" the waterway assoiatio.nandtoa of r-m- .... s probbl. that he bu -n" hs mill, which had but, just leen @n6rk JOHme JN T P_. W,. W. C. Dewb
Others roma Moaile so a er i et e Te fliate the interests of Jacksonville an1 bile-Pensacola section of the work oc- completed, was one of the best in the I L -.---.-. L. Uaeve J. N. PW.e,
47 lI5r St. adew d other y Mo s o W other peninsula town therewith hv cuie a congresIional statuN that state. It was equipped by A lIs Mae. . a.-eu--.a.,- J. A. wrig
-ft-S -t, A__ jw -uing full charge of all matters pertain should encourage every Pensacolian Chalmers Co., with their most imiurov- a. h -- ... ama
t-- .* r rs ing thereto." to work for thae cause. A bill order- ed machinery, aad had a capacity of
Arive. -And the Times-Union, coazneUntB ing a preliminary survey of eaals to about 40,000 feet for ten hours, with f VW A- mr A
IheOW, "r aa, 0lvedwi, 32. 5.. editorially, aiys: connect present inland waters so as one side operating that alone had been W SE DO A GaO-ENERAL BANKING AND
S__a. Trs2i2t sO, The Jourala est*amed contempo. ~Convincing figures and arguments to give inland water couznunication completed. BUSIN SS.
13a OG r -, T tadnra, s2St, Gulf- G Trya the nsealg Newt Is rejoleing wes those of Secretary Hmderson of between Mobile and Pensacola bays The equipment running consisted of
art car m ii. war the tS s It w o.n the Apalachicola Board oft Trade. In has already passed the United States an eight-inch band saw. lath, shingle
ggtg ar4 st. evere, the i tthat it-now ocupies a urging upon the Jacksionville Board of senate, despite the apathy of Mobile and stave macinery. The battery ol J. A. UItritt 4s .o. Sate its oewly halvpig jbut i Vd TtTrade the importance of tie project to and the total lack of anything that boilers was capable of furnishing 1,200 --
5lBn J A MerIt, 4 lIV ii n 1 it s -loeqirppebuildstrg construct an inland waterway from resembled concerted action or wide horse power. It is said they were not
tDr 1s, tCi5 At 5 A i h a IthW let n oSlaet re- the Mississippi river east along the territorial support If the late Mr. greatly injured.
NoIIOMI, aaou 1e4build2. Mogtb baa been I nlargethfe- gulf coast to conneof with a caial Morgan could JIo that much, practical- Recently Mr. Talmadge, of New
TtlIoto~ IS- ftam W. Motbilt 1td intOrI 0 ..... I cross the Florida peninsula. He was ly unaided by well directed public York, jad bought a half interest in 1 ITb S NAT INAL
v * e otcevintaey s atne li facn it addressing an organisation which can sentiment, why should we doubt the the property, and arrangements had P AOL A
Csere-es pretty near bet g a model in hardly be said to hsve a peer any. realization of the project, provided we but just been completed in the way of
Mass. Gr m. Andesa t26e every way. The r portion of the where in the south for energy and all work for it steadfastly and intelli- a very perfect organization for the A euna l Umakl m se.emis C a a See eM Ca
MWiIpAsag- -Pt 37, to. al. bU tdina. downstairs, is occupied by those qualities whics command sue gently? rapid and economical manufacture of I --B
UShaat. Dr as aS kals, the business offices, just back of cess. The action of the board in tak- Value of association work-In this lumber. J. M. Barrow, who has been
S...... withl 7M toes which ls the circulatiMon department. ing membership in the Gulf Coast In. day of rivers and harbor congresses manager for the G. A. L. Co. some ,a.n . . 9L M.
--In the rar of the building as the lanid Waterway Association, will be ad a host o other analagou.. asso- yars, was to take charge of the man- i -e. SMdlSnsoi.
I. ikL ihBllea, 85, lor Us- press-room. Upstairs, the editorial followed by enthusiastic action in fur clatlons, congress looks back of mess- ufacturing portion of the business on '.
a m0 a ft sawn ther. rooms face unon Governmeat streeL therance of plans which mean much ures to the extent of support, Ipivid- November 1st, and with him in the -aa

l- R. --Ital hk. Maisa, I7r, f-er and the a rooms and--- composing for Jacksonvillnville, the state, the entire sUat au)n tee i ora n logging department were associated j a. n 3. M. CAT. J. W. OU w'.
l__C03nr=slfod by logging department were associated
-gagAy w .-- a ft sawa room are In the rear. Altogetan- gulf coast and ultimately for the such bills. Therefore, conventions Gothie and A. I. Beebe. PrsUMatL VlmPe-Mit. Onfrv. As
a g ggUmer. or the arrangement is most perfect. whole country when inland waterways are of direct infece, and evry The company were extending their
Editor W. B. Crawfo d and his able shall be established from the Great same on the list of paid member.alps railroad, preparing to ship from this
liT j IsN PORT. stat f m.stnt are to be congratu- Lakes by means of the Mississippi aa direct argument to to cogrs point by railroad, and establishing a CS
Slated upon a moe that will enable ith the Atlantic and. qprthward, to l9l mind on why such nappropritN- yard here. The lo is not stated but
& +ArvI ai l,_ 19ML. thbe to get out a better paper even few England. This is one of the tion as we would secure is politily must be upwards f $100,000. perhaps
Than heretore. greatest American movements of the w we ay or, with nsurace.
,',-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __,_ _ _ _ ,, ,- ,_, _ _ _ _ __ ______ age W h en the lo w e r M issisa pp i h a s ble .
been connected with the Atlantic at Competition-Thi is not a fight--
.the mouth of the r o abee- agins t the. and N. railroad nor
fth mouthofbedeed.froit by.theente. is It a fight against corporations. L.-.
W- I .. lUh ~yond calculation." enterprise. To the few who think this 6*i IiW. a aAtav ieeti n n. e di- W. D C 3
s o I rl JI Excellent Health Adviom. movement is actuated by "radical-. A a s
ofy. w-.y.TT .... Mrs. M. M. Davison. of No. 379 Oit- a=6 or "Comerism.' I wodd cite U6ne K^-Mim t A Gmi -..- h_-.m -s a
a y ric the fdd which d .Ave., San Jose, CaL sa Jm. 3 Hill, wao i, notoriously in S n l A is.
aS--t'em eae ofs i aiti. constipation, weak worts of Electric Bitters ag a -eneral favor of water comm uncatIon be-n s-~--_,_--_r-1_,----'__'_-- ....
-|5tf ll--kuqe of the n which are sometimes family remedy, for headanebs Wos developedd everywhere, on the ground -
Bteelseaedomes oa l iai.gate.diflet is as pronounced that I am prmpt r oy faster than the available wealth o611111 ii..
a'g -==- e- d uci t to say a word in iyits favor, t- thi the world permits railroads tO l"- PRE.... .m...
lS.2SanSin ts m. bMenetse, t o sees .eet the demands of commerce. The I ..
S w its iae R-entsue afch actions. hre is r greater and more wvrtd me ansa a
a for the digestive, organs Ia bottle by whch ommerce can reach this
h dw kes e~ WeSin forfthedigesticttergs"thn a. ortthe better for every interest ..U. AMURA -. NW
ita->iwiro-t,- c fataind tmrtl- of Electric Bitters tha ix any otb ....... ..... -- t"
B dI remedy I know of.-" Sol vg r "re whether that Interest be traWic U
Soldso I.gB at a ia f rug anis.. n g s... ft. tlends at Coa^ 0 project SOUWTz sacN BRI CK
evw. er* 1 e~ tWst7 ana Dr. Clarence H Mo* ' &IL 3au. we -.. **** ______e CO.
_the be- a-~ s by d. issm... .. a ........ a..... .
S theBrentbuldig. We now sl tl sssse- fe ....... u."
&PON* AS 'H ur_ ad --to Hrsloh Resad The Journal's Want Wan .t
She.e ocuc or The Wa a.seeworlset s an aC .is**
",___IB^BnalaB**"* -.---ee ol a Aoseana d .mEW __ ._. o u i
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from Dakar. from which port
steamer sailed for Pensacola, m
bers of the crew became sick w
the fever which they had contract
at the African port, and for a ti
there was hardly a sudcient num
of men left to man the ship. One m
died on the voyage, and before
Hollingside reached Pensacola
master was taken ill.
When she arrived at quarantine
tion Friday several of the men w
very ill, and among these was
canta!n. After the arrival there
other member of the crew died,,
was buried on the island. Yesterd
the. condition of the captain wat
ported as being muoh improved.
According to statements of sea
tag men. who hpve occaslioi to v
Dakar, the fever is caused from dri
ing water wbich comes from a ri
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Left Last Night For Chic
aaauga For the Army

Col. Towasley, commanding ofli
at Port Barrancas, who was recent
promoted from the rank of major
colonel, left last night for Chickam
ga, where he is to stand an exami
tion, together with about a dozen ot
army officers of high rank.
Colonel Townaley la to take what
known as the "riding test" such
was prescribed for Col. W. F St
art, who was recently retired. T
consists of riding 100 miles horseba
within three days.
The following permits were issu
yesterday by Building Inspector R
To David P. Haggood to make
pairs to the building at 1105 East C
vantes. amounting to $75.
To R. A. Milton. colored, to er
a ena-story frame building at 317 W
Zarragossa. street.
To Whiting Hyer to erect a o
story frame dwelling on North
street, near Cervantes.
-* 'e. Whitting Hyer. to erect a o
story frame dwelling on North
*teet. near Brainard.
1 Subscribe for The Journ

uy Suits Here
guarantee of entire satis-
i;s0 k 1'

Veliet Arrives at Quaran-
tine With Captain and-
Many of Crew Ill.


With the master and many of the
crew Il with the dreaded African ma-
larial S tvr the Britieh steamer Hol
lingsude arrived at tAe 'Santa Rosa
quarantine station, during the Latter
portion of last week, and has been doe
talted there by the port physician un-
Hit the recovery of those who are ill
at the *resent time. This in the see-
cud steamer to arrive at the quaran-
tine station during the.past few weeks
with the crew sick from this fever
which was contracted on the coast of
The voyage of the ship. according
to report received In the city, is one
which will' not soon be forgotten by
the master and those of the crew
who survive. When out a short time

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They get not only our
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Just published by T. S. Sowel, .Jr. of
Pine Barren La.. containing
Table of C'ontints of Round and S~mare
Timber. both tiibi" and siipprficial.

-n. MIs 5 .v _._-LWWo ---''_O_ -official 'eightts of dresaeo lumber.
Celebrated Cartoonist, former i n f t he Philadelphia Press, appearing at .- -L Tables of Rail. Spikes and Cromsties per
the the Oogb this week. mlle of track.
e....TINu n ORPHEUM THnTRE Also other valuable information for mll,
SORPHEUM THEATRE owner, log man and umo m
Ith THIS WEEK. Price, $1.50 pe .
e The Payton Ster "There is also the Elwoods, who are Overture by ohe-m Orch.tra. HARRY T, IO0ND
ime The Payton Sisters reappeared at billed to appear aserteoists. Billy Billy Ellwood Co.--Presenting the A Y HOM AN
hber the Pensacola opera hoase last eight, Elwood's drawings e wonderful. He Picture Man. anRingArtists,. k
"n and were greeted with a packed hoppe. twa cartoonist wi -e Philadelphia Two Perfect A -ntas. Ring ArtiLa AL. e 141
the "In the Serpent's Power" was the W11. Press prior to going AInto vaudeville. J. A. Jonee-In illustrated melodies
the and the manner in which it was pre- Duriig' the act Mias Elwood intro Levy."t of I tha b "Down In ld --
senter evidently pleased the large aud- duces a couple of Sas which have Mobile." P col n
sta. lence, to judge by thb frequent en- won immense ahpebMi. L The Thr" Kelleyo-Sllging. dancing, l r i ral
ere cores. The specialitiewere excep- The show then el with the pic- comedians, feaurin anr f he
the tonally good. and brought forth .tr tares and it is e to say they world fixtures, desk light
an mendous applause. are always appreciated from the fact "Joe, the Turk, to Begi Life Motion ancturo-with effects. by telephone brackets, et. .
and The company Is billed for all the that they are worked- with effects by Prof. Joe Levy and L o Ad- NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE.
y week andfrom the manner in which Profs. Joe Levy mlf6Louis Bourdon Lcaure Series On Next matinee eery ayat 4: p. NO CONTRACT TOO sMAL
re last night's producnetion was greeted, Tecau S es l xt night 1 how 70, I, 9-.0 chi
the house will be well filled during Why James Le. GotWell. dren. ic: adults, 0c. E. W PEAKE,.
far the engagement. Everybody in Zanesytle,;O., knows Saturday Night. Don't fall to beaat. the m h and to-
ifat T- -- Mrs. Mary Lee, of rural route 8. She morrow, a big t-at Ia tr for all. Pione 346 a 9W
k The Traitor eop Nov. writes: "My husband& James Lee, firm- -- -- .- -
ver "The Traitor", the new play f re- ly believes he owes his life to the use An interesting" .eries of meetings
ver construction days by Channin Pollock of Dr. King's New I)scovery. Hi.s teresn s tin
and Thomas Dixon, 3r., which will be lungs were so severe affected that ill commence at the alvationarmy THE TRAITOR
the attraction at the opera bouse, consumption seemed Itevitable, w'2en Call on next Saturday night. prepara-
- Tuesday, Nov. 3, differs very material- a friend recommended New Discovery. tons for which are now well under IS oirt t
Le ly from "The Clanaman", although it We tried it, and Its use has restored way. __ W o dw r n
is the dramatic sequel to that world. him to perfect health." Dr. King'. A character familiar in ary e-COMING
famous drama. While the Ku Klux New Discovery is the-King of throat cords, and known as "Joe the Turk,' "n
Klan figures prominently In the new and lung remedies. o For coughs and will appear before local audiences on . .....W
play that awe-inspiring organization Is colds it has o equal. The first doe Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights -
shown at the time of its dissolutia gives relief. Try It! Sold under and will lecture on his varied exlwr-
after its great work was accomplished guarantee at all -- ts. Sec and tenets in the United States, dating Free pictures
In some of the most stirring scenes of $1.00. Trial bottle twenty-five years b ackrother' home in Con- at
the play are als shown how S un1ru n tile from his brother's home in Con- at
the play are also s eown how-unscru- stantinople, he cast his fortunes with The Star Theatre
i prlots men, traitor ato thheirownpeo- hose of his adopted country. Now is a good time to palat
ple, organized base Imitations-at the According to Captain McAffee. of to-day, 11 a. m. to 7 p. rn.
order i.and inaugurated a shdrt reign the local branch of Salvationists, the window and door frames,
of terror that was finally ended by t"Joe, an habitual drunkard in those baseboards, etc., in your hoes,
the original members of the Ku Klux days, finally drifted rundar the proton-
Klan. Nothing morefdrtmati has W W lONurean al v ion Army. being aodkonorflor
ever een prlac ed on the stage so many a S t Th course notified trindeedal, with t organza- artist of te Orient. the a brush can do the work.
:- There are several negro chnaracters In tion ever -.ince. During his varied Salvation Army people ar them in readiness for the hd-
"The Traitor" but they nero ares hasnt Mr uced career. 'h s said to have been arrested p affording the public an opportunity of
more for their inimitable comedy, al- ed 51 times for pon teaching in the ofeing a character who is known Idays. W'e ave ready mixe
though Isaac A. Postle, with but lle real the ace Bgrano e streetsrsiUpon one occasion.Joe's trial throughout the length and breadth of
u. characteri o. In act no other company at ort s was wa s set to occur before a judge parthe United States. It 4s claimed. In paints, stains and varnishes so

S oa rtewhoprocamshemsalf tbe aD eted Sya nrevnte behrwa ofst the fervid Salvationjg Sale -fa c a bundle at The Jora Mccomplished more
prop het, is one of the mostany new mporta tiularly noted for his hurfach me, and a s- good, single-handed and alone than that any one who can handle
figures in the play. o racter tat has Tea b y the Score of ures and lack of alleniency. During the re- n an d

Absolutely new to th stage. T tre- made the int a thos sult After hat co ntempt of court NEGROES CONVICTED AND tified
ce: ever place ss o fn the stage so many ad Seven to Th n the course of the trial the legal light who with the army as a whole a brush can do the work.
edof the Sou the negro as has Mr.tthird an T happened to be representing the pin -
ily Dixontha Other playwrights have only The alace B ay dees work oner t he additiup on al fne. atur he n ascob Claton. colored, chargedhis

acl unexplored field of dramatic writing for 11 hits, whol the olivee sint the indefatigable Turk C istan y left with keeping a place for the purpose, 608--6 & Pala St.. Pele,
to utilized one typewith but little, ireai tween the Palace BO S and the, L,,t conversion to the Christian faith. A ml d neae
la s character ouses tio the. In fakeenest nter Restcompany at iortche was wteas wit- Unfortunately Joes feelings got the tied up in neat b5 handles for
est dramatize cap has ever before portrhatyed nessford by 77t cmp any and resulted better of him. sal d ermen the recorder court yesterday. Frank- Mnzie
plas of ratelythe real life of the south in torPalace Boys. lairh pitched Right there the fervid Salvationist colored, for engaging in a game o

ed no-hit game for eight innings and only one of the many record breakers chance, were ined $6 and costs each.he E-r Me A mtbs
anher "The Traitor" presents ewthe etw o hits credited to te soldiers in hi bubbled to the race and a ant Cha. Milnero for
t types of Souat then characpheum thi week were m ade the nth inning were long-drawn Unusual Figurejh was th re-
re absolutely new to th estate. who tr wo maden out Retth gave fd those suit. After that, contempt of court NEGROES CONVICTED AND
er billdothemselv succes as of ring. ons made by te al the it was another of the things which oe FINED FOR GAMBLING
arew- of the South is largely dueb t two of the bet second third anlk. Re t. was up agaistruck nst ad the jdge got in Company
ecthat he has found a new and hithertO The Palace Boys i ended on Restau his work on the additional fine. hen Bascomb Clayton. colored, charged
a unexplored field of dramatwriting for 11 hits, while the the indefatigable Turk fially left with keeping a place for the purpose -6 S. Palaf St.. Pns

Both o the bys are true speaiens game, and Cobb sto* e two bases h of gin a e
There is anhood. element of novelthe fean hi were held down to two hits band G rdiffins oweer he not only had the of gambling and engaging in a game
plays that arouses the keenest Inter- Restau and Mitchell was the battery hard-hearted judge completely con- of chance. was fined $5 and costs in
est of the capacity adiences that al- for the 77ta company and Laird and vetted, but also half of the aldermen the recorder's court yesterday. Frank
to ways witness the production o his D. Touart pe formed the same duty in that particular burg had reached a Edmunds and Obadiah Taylor, both
plays of the reconstruction eroder, for the Palace Boys. LairJ pitched a stage of absolute docility. This i colored, for engaging in a game of
tied -- no-bit game for eight Innings, and only one of the many reco:'d breakers chance, were fined $5 and costs each. Ns Mul .
tan-At the Orphu.the two hits credltet to thle soldiers credited to Joe. The case against Chas. Milner, for -_
The how at the Orpeum this week were made n. the nth inning wit An Unusual Figure. h same offense, was continued until a Mary Eh Boy M
re- opens wtit the Sterling Bro,"- who two men ouf. Reirpt" gave four men In securing the services of this this morning. at CITMAL
in Old Mobi l themselves a. ring artists. They, bae aon b alls, whileLard allowed no

saeola boy. ext Sunday, whet Laird and Touart llowe noSHOE FOR T. ;| ^i S. d av a
ar Next without a ubt two of the best'one to walk. Re'ot m struck out five
dect athletes da be seen in this city. and men and Laird e Hot% a aeboom
est their work on they ings is marvelous made the only tw-base lilt of the....

Both onth iboyi s aroe truo eae thcis game, and Cobb sto two bases.
no- of manhood. T re the feature. eRoe'e s work at psort and Griffin' s eTe -U. .a0
the bill and will draw large el'ood playing at first base wBeinger for bile & Gulf Steaa-shi C
to the Orpheum" this week. tureL of the am. RUTH
m)ew- Prof. Jone fc!lows the brothers, The game was i by Jones H t n
Sand is heard in that great sogch"Dow ande of oa ey b false Pensacola, Mary r andip y Man

Sin Old Mbl byidneynevy, a p Tie sae d e boof R et ad pbt Lme
s xeola o-. oe ut ndywhen L rd Touart James J auld. Capt.
al. Next the bill comes the Treenwill again be the bt dins for the Pal122-12 alafo St. li ****n esd
ate rth Friday at 7:0 a. mt making regular" tops
Kellys. who do some clever singing I ace Boys. t Ha riw, Ma t an oy. m Wto.
and dancing. Baby Kelly Is without a I L I WReturning leav t Tuesdr:BC p lte.
doubt a dancing wonder. During tha' ona. Ater reviewing the case at *r sedtn l at0 f
Kelly act the introducerit aisemen, an lat Saturday he de
dog, and it is remi:kable to bear this'Bt -mUR YhllnpsrfoeithghtoD.L
animal join in the chorus.F rasacho _s tted SIDNEY KAHNd
v and John Stakes. tMortsenting J. Har Soo he
Ad oPsillpe ith e p hilliy ga recendWto ..y-S.
beld by County Ji*ge Bellinger for Mobie & Gulf Steamship
the hitter triar In the criminal court on five! MoinGu l thetan p
_&J meai w 1cha8$-s of obtaiu g mo -ey by false
Mgeeep ti Ue prefttse. app6ed & Judge Wolfe of freight and passenger service
B!TTO RCaS' 'to ac bIthe circuitcoutO wr+I wlwit of habeas I 1 12 Me Pensacola. Pan4Sa Ctty. ftA
Sweet a dSIcorpus to review tbe gindings of th1 2 2. aa aSt. dr -"' ag -" -
the digestivet lower court. d.AU. Ry, tains Panene C *ty, Tr
orga`n r" Judge Wolfe granted the writ, which aSLA.IL" A tra -s Pama City iW
real. ForWtI was made returnable last Tuesday at I' ay dita hrsdays .
proven Its Bontfay, Judge Wolfe took it underpipandpassenger rates, apply td
tam$- of cided to remand Phillips to the eus-
Sick Headache tody of the sherM to be tied in the SIDNEY KAHN
Indigestion, criminal court by jury-
Phillips Immediately gave bond to
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