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 28, 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: VID01225
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
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OFFICIAL from WASHINGTON--Rain Wednesay, fresh to strong north winds; clearing Thursday.

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S. pected en C. ******* *** *** : Local Medical

i STEAMER STRUCKROCK H. BryOanCKern Fund Held Largely
the-Day % _1I, iw osA h eJr4
S. The Bryan-Kern campaign fund reached $836.00 last nighi. two
-L I _ A''W1 CHATIt contributions of $1 each being received through the mails. Others *T
y Ml ",*z Seventeen Passengers Had* a ***************** are urged to send In their dollar and do so at on.,. ,
S' COFFEE MARKET FUTURES The election is next Tuesday. and money is now very badly need- a
4F Na*rtw *S ea From AT THEIR LOWEST LEVEL. ed at Democratic headquarters in order that teemy mateonr oh
"I.:,""-----" -----" 7..... ---.-- -Testified had, 4 carried to a sueesul finish. According reas- t I the Desre o
S- t iated Pr. r er and chairman *f the finance committee the Democrats hav a
*. ITi HoriMble Death. New York. Oct. 27.-with While Cashi if the Baik fine opportunity of winning if they can only continue he active Medical Men t<
*'At lo March contracts selling at Ave work now being done. To do ta.monem y is necessary. The con-
-S t -. ._ it Ever* cents today, the market for cof- Of North erica, Over tributioas yesterday were as follows: Meeting the M
Rafting Tug R onded to rsinceu is at itvs lowt eve-l Certified a to the Through E. A. Wil.ams, Iifay. Fa. Attended in Hi
k a y-a x..zts.[w of ,, *g. ".o 0' 1_ ..... R. R. Adamiz......................................... 1.0 *
-t- B Distress Signals and Res- **************. Amount of rty Million D. L. Green ...... .................. ..................... 1.00 State Associati
t cued the Passengers in the Dollars. Total ...... .....................................$ i" --
.C3 Nick of -SnokeT T If IT T Previously acknowledged ................................ 4. To map o plan
SofBank y Aoc Press. Grand total ......... ........................... of the lorida Medic
T IU TENew York, Oct. The expected 0 which is to convene
Il,-l- ,, *y ,A r-cit ...0-. -split between C W. Morse, the **.*** **.** * **** ****** sion here next April, a
Chicago. Oct. 27.-A dispatch o he U ar bank promoter. A er and "ice Pensacola Medial A
Tribune from Detroit. Mch.. sas: L IIU L trust" organizer, Alfred 11. Cur- held last night, when
S o ri a ., o- .Sau. taEy I -tie, p residents bth al PROSPECTO R LEeT DIARY ing to he approh
SYstometr Jrqniu, with seventeen pa America, both m are u best means of not only
Ofatwr 'n '^P1 seugers ad a crew of five, smasahedb c** ** n der indictment c t.em.jointly visiting medicos, but
I.e ll it it aght fire from an overturned nng laws, came t th the swear- a i AJ meeting since the orga
... at R cook stove. The persons aboard we Ing in of Curtis as rst witness for association.
sbi t- .- 'tr_ a. their lives to the prompt response of .l iin|W the defense in the 1 before Judge The meeting last .tN
-ranhou o a. la i a. a rafting tug to the signals of dis- Hough, in the States court l T tended by local physicl
.g.... Te t .. ,, ere. Died of Thirst in the Des- two hours or more in
'- -.'- -01-:m"d.. When th6 Iroqouis crashed na the Monument is Unveiled to Before beginniw -rti. s examina- | |i|| the aIproaching meet
at.rock, areen n far over. a panic an- ition, the court t A arguments irt W st of Death matters.
Sall" "a S t m sed. The- e were w en- on b ar Memory of President of motion dismissing ib LWts charging b FiLSt Week o
eo l .er e inThr w s -, g i mo onspirc cy and ropriaton in i P i IT Valley. 'he assolatio Is- t
the lowering of lifebo i. impossible. United States. one specific ins t maintaining II ut I du ong the frst
twobours. Back of the %vmesInthe fty-five kon p b g over-certifl-
,ni Mo ear s was the rafting .t.. The Iroqoutsffty ct on, ai oI r'i-a This was decided uao
r. ation, making rtmiapplidy of B. Pratt, ho vtaton extended by
auIguoplatled for assbtooe, and the tag.r a tion and use of aof depositors Iaccept'd at its last ay
i Its Cbos ,-cane sten- Vice-President C. W. Far- or speculate p. r r Attempted to Cross Des- Nearly every physac
estate mogk t Wed there was a banks Presented Mou- Curtisbegan testim ert Found re Another re
S erlIthe bP ndn .h. the bankink by i. is the e r tonaro
'-. SS.L. -L ot: e t_ eO, of Detrot, was a ment to the People in a business .. He .1W, that while 1II l L n Prsector and An terest taos te to a
:i +tha '. cashierrof the Nat..... Bank of North PrLoLsUN,, '.0ran ... ... teresa meng the~ to
egmlast 5te tgS labor ero o the wreck. He caught babies Few Fitting Remarksi- America he had ovaue'tlfied checks E e n y th cola meeting g the lar
Js the D .mS pS w V rma. as they were teaosed over the rail of ew g emar Aericahe of I aod s ---- Experieced by the Lost held oface the organdl
VA.Bas t the Irosoae-s tf thecbeaier, and lent Large Crqwd Present De- to the Saamount of dollars He Will M ano
S and everywhere until all were Man are ed. cos wll ommece
a 't aboard the tug. spite Inclement Weather. work, d by Apr-il t
t e te tbk Enforce Prohibition Laws that they will have
Jy Aecsates a s pm in Mobile. or thirst int e eh t t e s S e g-ulag se_-o-
Indianapolis. Oct. .27.-The tribute .Valley iB tric, o o to be held -
(I of his~l he was paid to -Generala BelrleGre d tGraeiy F ao b a orid
I wllOstatesman nd president of ute Unit to That City on January 1, rarigs o e eta drrto
ed States, was honored in a way that When New Law Becomes Ps er being warned tha the
will be remembered by thousands of en New Law Becr aPratt, aer ine, tat
citizens who gathered despite the cold Tells Those of His Home Effective, and Give the trip was a fsegerous oe, started
to witness the unveiling of a striking Mjave, a
Spent -Seveal Hours in Air, bronze likeness of their former fel- City Why He Left Dern- Matter His Personal At- ed in finding water. He really en.
loa townsman. Vice-President Chas tered a region entirely destitute of
P Fairbanks. who is president of the tendon. moisture and lost his way. Here the
and Said He Felt Per- General Harrison Memorial Associa ocratic Party. pages of his diary contain entries that
T nC te tion, in a few remarks presented the read as follows:
tctly Safe. monument to the people. Social to The Journal. -No wa
the Search for Night A parade, participated in by the By Associatd Pre. :Mobile. Oct. 27.-Much comment the nept range to find my trail back.
riedrichsh ,n Oct. 27.-Prince tenth United States infantry from Ft Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 27.-Bryan and was heard on the streets and in public 'Things aiead look bad. President Roos
Henry et Prnsla spent several hours Benjamin Harrison, one regiment ol Kern and' their political history were places this morning when the declara- Can't find my trail. No water mow
hi'/ the air todaa" as the gueat of Count Indiana national guard and seven hun- the topics discussed tonight by John tion of Governor Comer that -he for two days. Am about all In. Wi the Day of His
Zen pelin wr ahe made an ascension, dred civil war veterans, including Temple Graves in a speech before his would come to Mobile to see that the be abl to hold through tomorrow.
M'B l p-ro In .his remodeled airship. Prince many of the 70th regiment, of which fellow townspeople in this city. prohibition laws are observed, became I can t stand the pace. Have left
7Cauap x ][el ^ o! t id ^-e, Ta Hen'ry's satIsatistlon at the eat flight former President Harrison was colo Graves said that for eight years his ge'.eralty known Some who com. my grub and blankets. Am going y at is
-r statn t .blind with this s.n and headache. Lips
OCt$7-Tb. ~ .~ ~ hampe of was unbounded and .h-e gave express nel, preceded the unveiling exercises faith had been pinned to -m. J. Bry- rented upon his declaration were of blnd wth this and bheadche
Oct .-The return tocamp today o to it n atelegram which he sent The Unveiling. an as the only hope of democratic re- the opinion that Governor Comer had and tongue cracked and bleeding.
Govrnr Pa ed by the emperor, follow: under Zep- The speakers were Vice President form. He charged Bryan with being bene misinformed and felt that he Must getwatertoday or Il cash inD" Washings T
Assistant Adjtant OeOlr Harvy plain's glance I felt just as safe as Pairbanks. General John W. Noble. the "democratic party." He said the should investigate such statements be- though Pratt had previously foreen dentRoosevelt oe
Alexander, the capture of tea 4di- on .ay own fagahip." and John L. Griffiths. the Harrison Den nd"h ahi fore making known his purpo.e. li' his fate and left a request that noti- birthday anniversary
tUoal prisoners aod the retarm n Cap- With Co t .eppelin at the wheel biographer. James Whitcomb Riley his will and the platform all his statement relative to troops was re- fcation of hi death e sent to his ply. He attended to hi
tain Rogan, r an expedition cover- hbtaelf. thairsbip rose to an altitude read a poem written for the occasion ownconcluion Grave said that ceived with a feeling of resentment. brother. ties as usual and except
g, the ette ootAe section f about six hdred feet, soon disap The monument is in University Park thIndependence party fails in its Some citizens were of opinion tht ton of a delegation f
wef- the pflaetll events here today potng behind a bank of clouds.. facing New York street. -faithe "I shall as unhesitatingly tu the threat of using the military wa NOTABLE PASSENGERS. an republican club of
GovernorPttrso theaftero About two o'clock the airhip return Miss Elizabeth garrison part in my back upon i shallt as nhetatntly theurn decidedly untimely. The governor' the reception of a l
eld a long conference wi Colonel ed, After, maneuvering above Lke nt .*econd Democratic party." (Contined on Third Page.) Friedr at re congratulatory messgi
Tamt and looked over the evideae Constance in full view of the city for e i n 7.oun tributes and gifts fro
that w-s developed from the ezxamia- some time the airship made its way hiZpplins airship made ascenio of his family, the day
t a riponers 14 Nothlas towards the Swiss frontier, disappear this morning with Prince Henry of to him as any other da
tlo.1treo o it iov or Nhing towards the Swiss frontiero disappeared .. -- of Prussia and Captaia Mischke as a jolly family dinner a
de .A iven oat Nii lgovernor lag in the direction orf TyroL It re passengers. The airship started In the Hose in the evening I
St tC ,direction of Ueberlingtn to the north president's anniversary
-,, ---"ward of LIke Constance. were present.

W Mithy Lumbermin Was

Kidnaped, But Escaped

f A tuseet pr~s- Vernon bank. The robber, within two
Wash., Oct. 37.-While mile- of town, sanded the note and
dri Mt. Vemm~ last night from the letter tO a passing traveler, tell-
SC.T ap about Bftieft mile Ing him that Eftliahad been injur-
iseard nglish, a weal thy ed in a runaway and to taIke.the miss-
f ore. AEward Eanlish. a wealthy ives to Mrs. Egliph. This the strang-
l 'at- MtL Verjoa, war held er did. Meanwhile the bandit left his
WgT Iag by a lone robber victim tied to a tree. etidently in-
Stw-- *al fromm toa. The tending to return to him in tile morn-
ng h tb to make a notW. Ing to see it the zraeom was forth-
ba ~aomftt Vernon bank for coming. .
(000 g 4i the following letter English, however. managed to break
to ais loosp from the repea whih boUnd him
"I ma'bed up and kidnapped for and made his way to the ho3meof Hen-
$6.0O d I am threatened with hav- ry Day. about two miles from Mt.
jag may O cut off if the money is not Vernon, where te telephoned his wife *
forlheogtng by tomorrow noon. For and Sheriff Harmon. of Skagit coun-
God's sake make all haste. Show this ty. The sheriff at once sent deputies
to Mr. Hak and solicit thi. .iuml." out in hopes of securing the kidnalp
Mr. Hanay is connectedtt wirA a Mt. per.

Faithful Dog Defended

Home Against Intruder

special tc The Journam l escape the clutches of the' animal
Mobile. Oct. 27.-A trail of blood broke through the window to effect
marked the retret of a would-be his escape or whether the v window was
smashed with a muffled instrument. is
burglar who attempted to enter tle not known. but whea the family re-
residence of Andrew Dacovitch, South- turned home they were led to the
east corner of St. Anthony and St, scene by the faithful brute.
Joseph streets, some time during the A mass of. blood trom the wounds.
early hours of last night. The family either received from Cte broken glass
po098ese an imm-ense bulldog and the or the teeth of the dog, was found
Supaotltion is 'that the burglar was near the window, and a trail of blood
given a very warm reception. for almost two blocks marked the
Whet.ier the dog was attracted by path of the aight prowler. Members
the efforts of the burglar to gain en- of the family-were abotent when the
tra :ce tiiro-Ah a rear window and to visit of tlie house thief was mPad. nia


t Night.


)f Pensacola
o Have the
ost Largely
history of the

or the meeIag ,
al Association.
in annual es-
meeting of the
Association was
there was an
F matters relate
; event, and tha
r caring for the
also for secur
dance of anq
ialzation of the
hkt was well at-
lans. who spent
a disecussml of
ing and bthe.

n April.
o meet in Pen-
week in ApriL
n whm the 'ta
Peniacola was
manual sesasion.
ian in Florida
Umociatioa, and
se esuciet in
wake the Pen-
get one to be
Mtiom of thoees-
the local edi.
early on their
SIs anticipated
will be the Inst
b Medical Anad
- lmaseola la
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velt Spent "
Anniver- -

Lt. 27.-Presi-
his fitietb
very sim-
a ex-'cutive du-
t for the recep.
om the Hunga-
New York. and
rge number oft'
*s, some floral
the members
was'the same
ty. There was
it the White
n "ionor of the
y. No guests

Woman Sacrificed Self to

Save Others in Big Tenement

By Associated Ps-..
New York, Oct. 27.--Mary Frrell,
a seamstress, is dying in Roosevelt
hospital, having sacrificed her life in
a successful effort to save the lives of
a score of people who. wit' her. oc-
cupied a tenement hou-e in West
Forty-third street.
While Miss Farrell. who lived alone
on the top floor of the building, was
preparing supper, an oil stove on
which she was cooking the meal ex-
.ploded. Fearing the house would'
catch fire from the burning stove,
Miss Farrell seized it in her armlu and
hurried down the front stairs of the

Taft-it1 you are for Roosevelt and his policies. then you
Roosevelt's representati e

should be for me, for I

building, crying out to the occupMats
of the other rooms to helm. their
doors and give her dad her sing
burden a clear pasagewhy.
Although her light dre a ht fBir
and tMe fames ate their w linte
flesh,. he did not hesitate. it he
bottom of the second Night oft etaes
her foot caught In her skirt and t n
fell on top of ler fiery burden. She
was dragged away from the burning
stove, but It was too late. for the bho-
pital surgeon who responded to a call
pronounced her injuries fatal.
Firemen extinguished the Alre after
small damage h'iad been done tie

Schools Close in Biloxi,

On Account of Diptheria

peclal to If-e Journal. quite probable that the schools will
Biloxi. Miss.. Oct. 27.-A'. a meeL reopen before the expiration of the
ing of the school board yesterday it two weeks. The teachers during the
was decided that it would be wise to time that the schools are closed will
close the schools for two weeks be have their expenses paid by the board
c-ause of two cases of diphtheria which It Is reliably reported that the two
have developed in the western part cases reported came from New Or
of the city. City Health Offcer Car- leans.
roll was present at the meeting and Considering the requests of the
after a discussion of some length the board of health that all children be
conclusion was reached that as a pre refused admission to the moing plc-
cautionary measure and to allky any ture. the management of the Palace
disquietude on the part of parents, the of Pleasure has decided to close that
above steps should be taken. No place of entertainment after the per
owher cases have developed. Should formance Wednesday nigh: and tc
,there le no new case this week it is keep it closed indeOnit,,hm


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


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'"i *n*** COMMENCES ON N* .0 1
By Hotel 3*J .D3*W "L of New Fire Truck U ent to
CSb.w FOUNDATION OF BUILDING Arrived At. F ishingo
A U9 i .9 i XET sold for cash regardl4
A assrusF Ts sco.0i 1 1 uThere Will Be No Fur E BOARD 18 NOTIFIED OF THE omptly at 8 a. m
FOR n TH TO DelayU in American Na- IFOR.M OF THE POLICE AmP Thursday and
WNMZE THE wUANC OP tional's Building. FIR, DEPARTMENTS AND WIL. for the purpOSC of M
S- WERE ALTERED, ARRIVED YE The absence of Mr. Radclie from --
eived T AY ORN. ING, SUPTthe semi-monthly meetlag of tA f lm tion undeO r thC e
ithot look the w bena Weather Bureau Received T Y MO, m SUPT rd of Public Safety last night
torm t'e os ulil W&.- t_ dear- Nh., R- GODDU IMMEDIATELY STARTED caused another postponement of the W e will open,
.w suett ai te t mo l. AdVIFOCEO Last Night Re- matter concerning the selection of a
r aolldhar beotel .at ecoear of .A- FORCE OF MEN AT WORK. location for the new truck house in f neSS. CC riday al
rw- t sal Gardens *reet. Cestract- ga&ius Disturbance. the southwestern portion vt the city.
t M cur-a"'lm i4r e .. ..av....eChandialso ie androu objection fre-
aevt d sm AM .. _<sera w -- Yesterday witnessed the comment irma and alvr ob cti re. :
-at owfrs be M r i gs crying The Followiing the advisory message re meant of work in plac~ng the founda- gardiag tAe putting off of selecting a
Sue, of Ine o myeter t e oa yaftro.n as tion for the American National Bank's site. Mr. Oliver requested that he
&eW al i committee aof .d. ta .ee ten-story building, which is to occupy be placed on record as being opposed
MW Hotel w has &ad aune- a ds mreuce. ithe local weather bu the site at the comer of Government to continuing this matter. Mr. An- -*
ouq rqa last night, received the following and Palafoz streets. This work would son, the other mem-er of the cosmit,-J
61 addition to the ohurch. the par- erm warning message, and storm have commenced several weeks ago tee, was present, and mentioned sev-
monge and two frame astes are to -.. -.. ewere iM iely dis but it became necessary to alter the eral places under consideration by
be. moved. ft is the belkt that the w l. sgals were lamediately foundation plans of the building to them. He was opposed to selecting
parsnage can be moved and Htlianl played: some extent ,and this caused a delay the offer for the site at the corner
s' a residence. "Received Local Offce, U. S. Weat. which had not been anticipated, of Zarragossa and Devilliers streets
A ametiog of the steckhoMeA of er Bureau, Pensaola, Fla., Oct. 27th Yesterday morning the plans ar- and the one at the corner of De il i LiUL
the company is to be -eld In the 1*,- 1: n. m. 'riv,d anJ upon their receipt Supt liers and Inteu pe r a streets. He rll rSi
ro. 49 t. e Cha.r o, CO O ;"Fz;; WasN te, D C.:North Goedu placed a nunaber of men at said that tie lot-w occupied by the' I
m. Novembr 9 when the d actors "Prom Washiston, D. C.. North rk o the foundation. Gravel, sand Carnival assoctatled was alzo offered. L
will be authorized to Issle bonds to east storm warnine. 9:40 p. No and' concrete had already arrived, and The committee was given until th3 o t
tbe apMat ot s,e2 bie, Pussosbale Apalach la, Carra this is being mixed preparatory to next regular meeting to make a re-
fiorne d w ,eeved frer m AraMteet belle..-edar Keys, Rockwell. Tapa,. being placed. The foundation Of the port. tl
8teddard, who is working upon the Puata Gorda, Pnta Rassa, Key West big building will be almost a mass of To Make Extensions.
p~res, is to the eseet that be Miaml, Jupiter, Jacksanville. Disturb concrete reinforced with a large Judge D. Bes appeared before
= m to Ja thve at the sasctral nw sorth o wee ex- number of,.steel reds. which. are on the- board in behaBA the citizens of
pa ot later .t Wtar*. 1- *h' tMRty f. Caba. im, tg w d&m the site ready tor ue.. the extreme northeast portion of the .
bads4 be iactls -e-re. e Ung t- XUafe for vessels n eat go t and yThe plaseall 2or te base oft the city, who weeitly presented a peti- U. S. Forest Service is En-
t Florida waters ne two days. build three feet In height be tion asking tthat e anater mains be
" iPLEI CURE- IN 4 TO 14 DAYS. of stone, with stoneJaad terra ecta extended in that direction. Tae deavotiAtg to Stop Loss
r OwM: tois- -- t----- up to the third story. The remainder oard decided to 'ake an extension
IKeh. II add, is to be of terra cotta and light gray of three block nmth on Twelfth av- b
"J I Ii i Uf orProtrding Pl4es pn s'to 14 pressed brick. enue from Moree. street and two by Such Fires.
idays otr me.y refunded. sinct The two first floors will be for the blocks east on Moreno street from
ao1 days"-- ,-- or -o... .a-7 -- S ee- use of the bank and a store building. Fourteenth street. They will also ask
the later to face on Government street. the council to continue the extension Wh at starts these forest fires? This
-. S I I The remain stories are to contain ff- of the mains as asked for in the pe. question has been asxea over and
IE ,G I K F iGEMn001 "lf teen oMces each, and a large number tuition. I over again this summer by readers ot
H I L. IUiU il m unIMW of these have already been lease by Officers l nl vthe' Ccounts of the destructive fi es
w rw w .. parties desirous of locating in the '....... _bigE n.. the accounts of the destructive wire
,., ... -F.. : --,c crom.. .. y) sky-scraper. c-wh rn .ie or, ae .wia au.p wade tob h have been raging in all parts of
tke homers made the event unusual for ten days. He was appointed a the country.
Florida Coflre"cc wil C ort fow member ofMemphi which has the contract -member of the force shortly after the Cmers and locomotives, is the
r If eb o r ,er'a regiment" the 70th In for erecting the building, is to com- recent street car trike. The board's....
vone Here- at an dN m e walked from the reviewing g pete it and turn it over to the bnk decision was e car rived at e xecutive- usual answer. any of the other on the th side of the street by August 1. session. The officer pleaded guilty to th s hi truth that perthape
To-Day. tU5e im enB .nste. There she the charge. -a- f gotten. I t.iru ets
led the ord that qveiled the fig Mounted Oifte- wer.,, charged on i to three-fourthsofthe forest
t of her. father. The veils were with neglect of i ........pende., 3 do begin as a result of the care-
-fo T- U sixue a -. su we aon afUp eda -ssueass of some camper, o.r from
.. a i -p. yti army for six d,.ays, his, aUsMnion of 24 bt
^s s ..-, A.. t 'g --I- -- Lb* "my AN t wn^f"^
4.'" Ons. X_ the ~ .dthenavy. -Thecad IN5355AKESUhours by the mas a o to count spoearks flying from locomotive hbut
S- Med by the girl drew the flags fro day. He was found by Captain Wilde te are a number of tngs which
-awwe-----d gB see tnay the figure of the statute and Ta a sitting in froat o a fire wlth a night the woods a-fre.
i-e -u. --+l a s V I II e w an t- the plant the A te A complete reportof forest ires
W ago the T Tenth regimeat .LI sn L and p Mn any aon East t private forests of the country and
S-at se n ra ltdenI h me was their causesis not kept by anyone
of,_.te. with tWr mta.-The"ve'e R EHIPL TO BRYAN found by the captain twenty minutes Uncle Sam, however, is most careful
,. T. -. m ruae_~ 4m"r -*rw hrew ~ ge-h tom the ui before the time f Ir hi to make his tvaccoumt for the damage done b y the
&mi, r1 S Largest Theatre at Yonkers alty was also decided upon in exec u-adinstration. aggregating aoout 1 .
SMm~ a ar i ll a4a tt kat the left the Inignia tive session. 000,00 acres, and each year the tota
s.11 'a'1 onavy. hisdo e, the dahter Could Not Iold Crowd The trial of Officer Swanson wa are burned over, the timberan
S l mert trned to the ye continued until a future meeting. burned over, the amount of timber
f.a sti erp ame r e t to th ~ .. H T-T, Ed Bauer, white, asked that he be destroyed ad its value, the cost of
a -et Roos-- evelt sent a laurel out to H. reimbursed for leng reideged un- fghtaing fires. and the causes of fires
S C. wll deliver aid' utSa Sower to belad able to work by beang bitten on the are carefully checked up. These re-
10 -05 8 o' clock the he the monu n1t _o* band by a prisoner who was placed ports are made at the end of the cal-
W t .tr ceti a mones the. wreaths Troy, .his cell at the city- jail while enda year, and the announcement of
a S ers w e* m p_,la ed on the grave 'of t Y. Oct. a 27.Th icnd tre wt servingg time: The matter was this year's loses will therefore noc
thoties an townrs w"ich referred to C re marshal for investuga- be known for more than two months
SE" . .. arrison 'a own Hill banks of-the pictureftae Hudson from tion. Last year's figures, however, give a
*S~mtry.-- Greater New York to Troy were made W" Award Contat o e f the things whteh cause
aij_ __ _.__s._ ____ ,the text for speeches by W H. Taft Will Award Conutiact. o .Ie,---Ofthe t hings s which se
thetextfor speeches by .- AmriaH.Tau A. fres inforests. Of the 1.35fi res di.-
today to the people of these cities, and The American LaFrace Mau the ntiol forests last
threat..._ elr V towns. At .onkers ne talked at during company will be the successful t c w bt h rnetked by
th e atn ngsrl 1 r length p as many as couhl get into bidder for furnishing the new conb-year, .an of which were checked by
wtthes te nest theatre and are action chemical and Iose wagon the rang ers before they had burned
6m, I anoth rge ed those who stood waiting in t e they can deliver the agon la y e. of the national forest area
Wt += lut t rain, whose number was even greater. days.- e e 4, whai e raroadr,

-SS, ats w a iertla3S? lalf Of Maximum Pernalty hd been devoted chiefly to the inter. recommending that the chief of the by lacadaries andwthose set by herd
m tie m w theis- I Bryan spoke In Yonk pointerday ou The eouncilpartm will be astruced to appremen rs ters, 3. r more than
tal e a nd saying that herprise understood his i the steam150 for the engipurchasbe oerve oremed next withat a reghtning came
l tigushe opponent had aged thC was receive for use n the patrol w agon. s ext t th a17 ir isdonkey engines usto per
T Tra o one, an the republican paty had doe nh- igivethemmen ard two sets included in umt tberhe sm opke to be s, fourth a dwith
wammited the applause which 's lib-ing for labor, Taft first aspet. tbat for pulling the wagon. 45; careless brush burning by home
S iven last night. TIe vael of the policies o the publlca party A communleation from the mayor tent t ersclearin land, 34; fires cat ed
his e acts was trel "Thr icularofe tyhad been devoted chiefly to te inter- recommending that thecommittee ap the by a wind so as to reveal it by prerd
Trltr." vied with "he a" in Chicago Oct. 27.-Ats of labor and then pointed out fire department Instruct the firemen ee adto then watchful forest more than
itmny w put n a matinee for White Slave that the protective policies made po- concerning the location of fire plugs 4Arrive o the fires the cause s not
lItsday afternoon, saowinsg sTe ar caI cf iible the sugar refining business, the and also that monthly practice wItr. known. This is not strange when it is
S it over a e ld. The play eral governmentchief enterprise of this city the steam ir e be o rd, rred that ire may mold

on th vel, whih is the Bea imposed a e of 500 on Jfile. The mayor's for dys if the ar is to ot thplce. Forer

-oset wok of chantas Pe~ock and seph Ochaer and sentenced him to ro e tsw be Il ur es started by both are most unnec
tl mas ixe r than the novel ery at ort ahe nevenworth will m eet for the fire department t ac e before I t b reaks outand be suan-
hist tRet pakTtaesa t el story on a charge of harboring Marie Schul- A rsd W ans now in the hands of a eommlttee ap- ned by tt wind o as the railroad compa reveal its prs
irs aor." re elective h It dramata kra"t, a hcaso Oct. 27.-oA stunning blow pointed for that purpose. "e w would use the most modest and er.
Sliat ter te Ttg ebtoric purposes in vd iolation of t"white slnmigra- N e h Unfort s Arrivet hose let sparkmparresters caused reasonable
iat is stmla. dramatic Isl be- tior laws. It wasc ao yesterday byg that CratiC Club In NW rte s en oi atr then e annual oret a re
tel tl is over a an y lthe play fe b brought the woman from Stutt- Chief Bicker of'e re department la c be reduced more than one
or this novel, wfors thea latred t m garte G erma ny, e of ,500 on J York. was r anted ive days'ltvo af disputed claim nks to first place. one
ton at ew o eas welc h oe c tk ple- and se Ochmer and senten him tn e which wil e e nt in t Ires started by bothes a nd of course, mannec
toiral preenta hn of the iLtagce tor District Attorney Parktn urged the ra dy for eTevot very. The ard es ary. Ifno campers would exercit is
thmir powe the athlaed to wefu* court to thatt the Ltreme penalty we. will meet at the Garden street trnk case than to put the fire out as soonur
et extent Te novel hia ienta arepon Ochaner washich is guiltve yea Thu Mrs. Willihouse this morning at Chairman O'clock foer deth at possible after dxtinguiscovery. Cabefore thlessy
gd a but the sperstrnctare protect anda of500but Jennings Bryan made her .st speech caedthetie brh burning by homesteaders and e

at t l.:tay Is at r all ral pott th court declined o_ tae ground that of the campaign at a reception ten- persons clearing land is said to be

^of. labsresaL -A*,' M Ham et- bi -the eundered her yesterday by the Womanci DUKE IS OBSTINATE. the cause of many of the fires whicT
l .the thing." sad it tar saaa t alty of the law under which the Demcratic C When called oa to have started his year particularly
es avl In interest, intensity and "white save" prosecutions have been speak rs Bryan roe without itesi-d r.'s t, those which have swept over the-
taonnandesaid: v A. s.shave.started.trisn-- ar9prtiulrl
power. In jact, vieed a a play, prosecuted. station and saidn Turin, Oct. 27.-It is reported that those which have swept over the
"Tne Tlrator" is far more. emetive "I w'eat amlet the extreme pen- I.. might have felt confused but for the Dowager QOueen Margherita re- Thae raner force on man of the
.fo It tells a t" said Jdge Bethea. Before the rule that exists i rfilytbatmains immovable in her attitude of e ranger f e o many of t
more dramatic story. The two plays b aeta is take t' supera during campaign time M Bryan is to position to the marriage of te n l forests have been kept busy
are indeed the classimes of the SouMth. cortlhO have an opportunity to do ll te *alkingn nim leM Ifa ake lke of Abruz,1i and Miss Ka-.therine hting fires which if left to run unl
nd as one Is supplementary to the pas upon the coastitutionality of the a tended remarks there are two da- --edI that-e wilthA bi e his ow wat h ionege bt e ndg"orlta oin hrulabe
ll w a eoyed w. It will be called upon t do so, things which I may touch on with pro ar that be will veis on way ties between important points through
Mean a" willnaturally, be eager to Ihave p doubt. priety. I may Arst bring you then spite of opposition. the trucon of telephone lines
see bt seq -el. "The Traltor, wbleta KERN IN HIS OWN STATE.. greetlAgs of Demeerats from other and building roads and trails, the ma-
will be attraction at the opera A ^Mced. parts of the cupatry. And although a tional forests have been made momr
boewe abxt Tuseday, November 3rd. idisasl as.cIndtGet. 7.ohn W woman usually conceals her ae. I accessible during the past two years
TawRKEYV MOanST O ANDo. Kern. peuoerate candidate for vice- shall take you into my congtence sad and fre fighting has'been greatly fa
Tm _._ T -D preeldekt, started on his tour of In- tell you that twenty-lve years Iag" 1 1 0 D eflitated.
ow *4i-, Pr--. diana tofay and is -scheduled to make concluded there was not room isn one True only of Hoodle ST napells the
demG. Oct. 27.-Th Times' Con- seven speeches before he reaches De- household for two ambitious luke mine .Slightly Colder with Snow.
O*no teMVrrespe-ent liO~evns catur. where- a aigwt meeting will be and Mr. Bryan's. I have, there e e blood prifier m i d s When you see that kind of a weather
that Trkey Is ready to enter into 41- ieLd. MWr. Kern Is traveling in a spe.- merged my own in his and out W t this tomic. This a-ma*ble Mane -s forecast you know that rheumatism
rat WA gsti*es with Bulgarts on the tal train. an dwas accompanied teday has grown a very lesve a at..- eamted maay radical and permwa-- weather Is at hand. Get ready' for
oents bt Bulgasa asyuminng the Otte- by Seater Geoe t Oklahma. Geneer emes thm are the we under of the w IM. it sow by getting a bottle of Ballard's
alsOr 445AI4MKs0 mudrng theayOtht al Weaver of ow la ald The a s COUNESS ISGmSZS- H VI alYIVES an". ... fa w Idmet.F Iinest tcam made
.rm asNed the Anetlan tribute. O'rien f atCaerW a. BIRTH TO A IAIGHTIER u an humorf iml r rhematiswm. ehillblala. frost bite
S. to m lohf sore amd stiff joints and muscles. all
Sy Amwn y PW, aches -an pains. 25c. 60c and U1.e
______------ --- 1 Bu4apet, Oct. tT.-Tue D-da st S abuttl&.
-- n .. newspaper announce that the Countess W 1os s 1 Sold e d iby w A.
g 9Smcentyl. formerly Miss Gladyya iberte.adruggintaandapothe.ary,
L 0--o" Vanderbilt, has given birth to a daugh- 1nui q or it Plf*X streetPensamco
ter. 6dM l w-amSwiiestbe.MIdm i*8L



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WrMtes by t"Imer Eate onf J% 1ouaNlr o.

Never spring a big newspaper advertisement upon
the public unexpectedly.
Make it an invariable rule to lead up by two or
three nicely graded steps to the inpoilaat annornce-
meat to be made. People take a certain pleasure out
of anticipation. They enjoy their dinner all the more
if they have been aniou sly waiting to hear the bell.
But if you open up your morning newspaper apd find
blazed forth in big ihet4liners the adverti-ement of
sonofbinig startlingly new you are stunned rather than
interested. If, however, for two or three days you
have been looking for this vtinouncenent and ea&-
day getting a little- more serious about it, you get your-
self keyed up ii an ja-i ad h f thiviWuiWcE"'
ment is even better than you had imnagine.f you sur-
render in a body.
Don't pay the United States government two
cents for carrying a letter or a circular worth less than
two cents.
The average advertiser will shave off 15 cents a
thousand on envelopes and a quarter of a centa pooua.
on paper and beat down the printer in price so that lie
is obliged to use a 30-cent ink and'by vassohs other
&covnai-s get his material ready for $6 a thousand.
He will then pay the gov..asAue.t $20 for his
stingy, badly-printed, cheap-looking $6 worth of
stuff and pat him-elf on the back for being economical.
Don't waste gray matter on your competitor. .No
matter how entertainingly he lies, 'you go right on
telling the plain, blunt kind of truth that-mother-used-
Truth can be made far more entertaining than
falsehond Don't be afraid to call- spvde a spade.
If the goods are shoddy advertise thexa. shoddy. ,
give good shoddy measure, and charge shoddy prices.
There are tens of thousands of people who prefer
shoddy; prefer to eat it, to wear it, to be entertained
byi '.
you 14h news .% print about l>u store -XASI
calOadvertng-p't order twe r @-Aree stes
type wit whigig br-fs and a craiy, a4ly-
ed picture. The mamn er on .ew Year's Day r
CIO*=. ay 4 0e Y

advT*sie 'idea that thie more fodrdiwmis.w
drags into :copy the more entertaining it is. ,1" -
clown has the very same idea.
The greA tIhipag all advertising is set quaani
of CelatoR, hut-quality of your copy pointed in a
newspaper t( -Teaders of which are aNItO buy your


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I&.MOM$* r., 411Bath1110.1Tt-CSale Company
St .Bathta .- -18- -- "Everything to Wear.
o At This is the Opinion Of Chair
I* g Br - XL. Fleasat, Tea.. h man WS Irc Express-
.s* A as. m " in -eeo Ee50 dozen Ladies "DUFOLD" Underwear-a two in o
tfty. k ei cvle m a etter&. webbing with the cotton next to the skin and wool outside
jla. ,. In acknow, ing receipt of nhe weight for this climate. Comes in pants and vests--all size
c. Cashpbe eand J. J. Me gr1'y POWer =Uin thee last remittance. to the Bryan-Ker ments all at the One extra Special priCC e-----------. -. -
It Piuac y nteg O te eam ame campaign fund, Chairman Wetmore
.* . ma ki it ro gh t.- and of the finance committee, says:
*. ,. '' 'g .'A -Chicago, Ill., Oct. 21w. IS. ". -, ..- _. ,.
11. Phillip of Tallahssee, is a hard t e "Hon. Frank L. Mayes Editr Pe 100 dozen Children's Mustin Drawers--the best quality
-d pestf the Eacambia-.__". cola Journal. Pensacola, Fla.
Guest of. the E ct f ambMa.a i I a in receipt t 2( deep reinforcCd ests. 2 to 12 year izes, all at--.........--
"'l se M coi alod, 4- .a-ed Us 0y -our esteemed favor of the 19th iCnst
I . tfore"aglagte rirn.a-S cm r all gsaOrts of enclosing checks aggregating $255..
or beg ta thank you for this kind 2000 yard Percale at-----------------------
A *". '. .0* * .. - S.rfilm eS. distance, and to say that souvenir re- ------------------------------
-' .colored .barged celpts wi lgo forward at ant early These are all new fall styles Navys, Reds, Greys. Ch Bl
S- the'omotma.ra .cmftt leas .ai moi 1 ws~ to o- Yo U that 0'o Calicos when you can get a Percale at the nominal price fi
Recorder Jobusem r.mitted eas d t not unmindful of the excellent work
the ee. Stllworth was ar you are doing for us and of our herty
afor beta his oases when wash away easi b y appreciation of your efforts in our be
M je\ t Ied to -more. They were * haih.
to h back. T' -I "Conditions are growing more favor 50 pieces Fancy Worsteds, all good styles and some plaids
S. *t able for Democracy every day, and in
i heppard was Sued $25 and my opinion, we are going to sweep the your e.....-- ..............---------------------................------------------
;-am In the ooter' coart .ester Jt- country in November.
'- ., 4i2 B.4r a slNa- without a 11. *1 , "Yours very:truly.
j01me" ^ W 1 -'M. C. W. oM E.OR
* "Chairman Finance Comittee.'
Starler Harey, charged with ob- do your C r fhr ince.
*treeing the sIdewalc, was 1a1d $1 work." W Yours forn Pa kess,
Scan tsa by Recorder Johnaoa yes- w U U T 36 inch Black Buskin YtSOn, Parkes &
|... gl*c"If M*lM ,'in S iW IU! Taffeta, best on earth
aTwegty ases were docketed or $1.00 Om py
a tftn BE JIT rET P Q -TIN- "Evcrything to Wear.
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+. ,, ** .-. -. ---- x x - . -- __. ._xx: __xxxxxVXxxxxx .x.xx xxx xx
r o 't. G. Crawf d, who practiced Pensacotl development and Con- .
ht1arfes ion. that of attorney. 13 Pen- struction Co. to Jas. C. McKinnon, School Improvement Asso-
,0. ug to wtMin a few weeks ago, $155.00. lot 11, Wock 54, lots 12 and 13, v< M-. A i r --t -- -. a-a
1/ l locate permastly ln Jaekmooille, block 34, Beach Haven tract. CiatiOn to Exhibit Some ". -
% saiufg formed a partnership with N. Thomas PeWey to Peter Mills, $1 J 1 h IS
'" P.DBryan, a.brotler of the late Senator and other cousMeratios, lot 23, block ,-- i--- Flwers. I
W_. J. Bryan. Mr. Crawfrad Us beux 125 of the Weapt KIag tract. Rar Te FlOWerS. W S .
-, -I Tatlahassee for several weoks. J. L. Hall by guardian to Ella L. -A I t N e w s 0 -
64f v beea called there by the death Tama Bell Hall. 47&. a 50 feet. lot I
of,ha iD"ther. to 4 inclsive, block 44 of the New Pensacola is to witness a real chry- A OUJ
.. City tract, S 40 feet of the N. 80 feet santhemum show this year, the pretty A
S.Mutetor Thos. V. Kirk, of Mobfe of lots 1, 2 and 3, block 129, New event to be in the hands of the School
t*' aft e of this district of the Ulit City. Improvement association, the date be- HAPPENINGS OF INTEREST AS CHRONICLED BY JOURN
: State Immigratieo service, was JO.annaie R. Hal to Etta L and ing set between the tenta and fifteenth
Stthe cltX- yesterday on a tour t in Tama Bell Hall, $65, same property of the coming month. The 'mums will -^ s -=a. a ks- S,.w- a J
.. lio. and M found the local oee in above. be exhibited by the members of the
STit condition. association who have been ralaing the -. ,, "'What's the mater wth our mail?'" ~ i-'--
-- Mr.. F. .- pon and. a prizewill be awarded to tLie WAUSAU. it :hat our mail should pass by Laurel
w,, be .. er-i m t that ape i vry personn who has been successful In eul Hill going North, and return on the
n m aSt me. w ft fever. tivating the most perfect specimen. f SS-'" .'^' first or second train? It is a mystery
*.A: .. ...A second prize will also be given to ----t s amer
O RST VANL t'e the Piotete. casesi of 't vwlo Wusau, Fla., Oct .7.-Mrs. Milton hopes proper steps will be taken'to Samson, A
"i .."e U V Abb n I A the m o .t ttract v collection of m.i Sllcbae t lb s JS W R L we are n ot abl e to solve. Wue are. pecaa
le o bra hae -k' t ree Lveders. Two clashoses of which s will been Sketo. of Holes Valley spent part remedy thetrorble one of Samso
. The 8tar Theatre growu in pes and hose which have of Tnau~day in town shopping and vis- Laurel Hill is entitled to mail co ed to hi
to-day, 11 to p. m bloomed out of doors u e event. Duncan Tharp, ot this place, made mail from- Pensacola only.oce a day Mayor Gres
Am ." et whicll be conducted in a rousualinenrt a business trip t:,Chipley Monday. Th Is the merainag.: Our. or rce are a
S. V downto*n district, in order t t h C. Cartert'h ttrlhe with his arer nut anreomn1e. and woeldT not biUd tiger"
-- di.- + w- + - -d splay.dmayt be easily viewoedt bte friends and politicsk" here Momlay. ask for anything unless entitled to it. cases o doc
public. te The patrons of the Wausau school We like to get The Journal, at least, John Boldo.
have secured the able fer"lces of as we get news from all parts of the stores man o
i Call Out Tr Miss Blanche McMillan as their as- country through its columns. and Sunday i
Will Call Out Troops sistant'. Mrs. A. D. Campbell left this porn-. WlterDyk
..' } -If It Is Necessary w. A. Tiller made. a business trip lng for DeFuniak, where she will Greenwood, Fl
East Monday. spend the %eek with relatives and to friends and
OUrW l J(Continued Prom First Page) Uncle Sampson Carter was trans- friends. home Sunday
statement, as a whole which was .acting business in t3te city Monday. Mr. Blackman, of Blackman. has We were gl
statement, as a whole. which was pt Uncle Ben spent Monday and Tues- two children in attendance at Laurel on the street
for listed in a Birmingham paper, as fo0- day with friends around home. Hill's graded school. Attack of the
lows, was not favorably received with The B. C. took another shipment Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Folmar are visit ens.which h
aheesel W hite better element here: of cotton here Troy. Ala., this week. Gowan
Before leaving Birmingham for Sheriff Allen was in the city Tues. M'iessrs. Carter and Lester opened on
toG uaephi wheie he will join a friend day. up yesterday in the old drug store. looki nda
to go on a hunting expedition in Ar. Justice N. P. Taylor was transact- Miss Alma Beckit visited Florala looking after
"E x tract ofkansas. Governor Comer threatened ing business in this community Tues- Satuy and returned Monday. The body o
The Only P re E tract of p r. to discipline the lawbreakers of Mo- day. Misses Maggie Cobb and Jeanette body o
bile. Wesley Syprett. of W'hite Oak, was C smpbl left on the evening t ra ought in on
Sbst Sauce of Oysters and Meats. The governor said he had read a re a business ca er Tuesday. Catrda for al the etn and Interred
pobest Sauce of Oysters and Meats. ri t from Mobile that there would be The committee on arrangements, same day. Lee McDu
Don't Take Any Substitute no obedience to the prohibition law headed by Uncle Ben, met here at 8 same A. _rdon has resigned the ar- atal accident
t Take Any ubsttUt. after January 1 in that city and :nti- o'clock Tuesday and discussed ltans shalshi ad John Stovell has been fatal ope accident
mated that there would be an enforce- for the democratic barbecue to be open a tin
DrG AGeeAr al ment if it became necessary to send pulled off here on the 31st. appointed in his stead. dentally cut a
D I.UGE-LM AN & CO. Ag.nS. soldiers there to accomplish it. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Owens, Jr., were Go. y. Crawford visited Florala of several phy
Will Call on Troops. pleasant callers Monday. Saturday. of blood.
.. S. W. Simmons, one of our most __ --_____ _Rev. James
Try "H kileberry"' Cigars. "If it is necesary for Gohernor Pat- progressive farmers, was mingling pointment Sun
Stepson to call out the armed forces o with friends Tuesday. FALCO. ing at the ac
TTe OTthe state to put down a bor:; of revolt J. B.L.B Carter was a business call- X friqdnds will ,
'do you think it wouli ble necessary Cyrus Syfert. of Southport. and a S-ecial to r** Jounat. Messrs. Bus
i for the governor of Alabama to take prominent figure in the W. O. W., is Falco, Ala., Oct. 27.-D. D. Miles is hu-tMng youn
extreme measures to put down a re- visiting in town this week. still quite sick with grippe, but the have purchase
volt of the people against the law in Uncle Perry Horne, of Orange Hill, baby is better, and if no backset oc- Griffin.
._________ g____ ___ ......___ __ _*_, any part of Alabama?. came in Wednesday, and spent part curs wiUll soon be well again. We are gla,
"I have a deep sympathy for the of the afternoon with friends and rela. D. Wilkinson is visiting his family number of ou
. people of Mobile and I want t'em to -tives, in Pensacola this week. in truck farm
have sympathy for themselves and for John Barfield, a prosperous farmer Rev. Gibson, of Florala, preached hope to see a
i; the law of the state- of south of here, was in the city two fine sermons yesterday to a large put up in Sam
S"If reports are true. that certain Friday. audience, industry.
people down there propose to utterly Uncle Ben made a business trip to Miss Ruth Bagley, who has been The two lar
disregard the law and have open sa Chipley Saturday. visiting relatives and friends at Anda- King and the
loons and play ball on Sunday. 'hen. F. E. Simmons, a prominent mill lusia and other points, returned this pany have co.
of course, something will have to be man east of aere, was in town Satur- week. jtinue the bus
done. day. The tires for engine No. 5 arrived name.
: "I don't like to cross bridges before Joel Sapp, of Oak Hill, was a busi- Friday and Henry Francis and J. H. Mr. Wheatl
I get to them, and I certainly do not ness caller Tuesday. Givens put them on the engine this soon move hi
B "care to be placed in lhe attitude of R. W. Warren, of this place, has morning in a few minutes, and the home near tl

making threats. been touring the bay country this engine will be ready for service in a he expects to
"I it Is true that a man ad :o e week. few days. ing next year.
carried to the Cathedral in Mobile for Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Owens were Our school is progressing nicely. J. Griner an
the purpose of takiIng a pledge against shopping and visiting in town Satur- We have an enrollment of nearly i now residents
getting drunk .and committing the day. pupils and more will come as soon domiciled in
crimes that accompany drunkenness. Rev. E. J. Syfret preached to a as books can be gotten for them. tages at press
then I think it high tin,- for the large congregation at Barnett Pond
law-abiding people of Mobil.- to get Academy Sunday Evening. t
2 some of those who propose to run t HAM TS. MT
law to strit themselves and makek:!m
take the pledged that they will sup- LAUREL HILL | --- =- --
pert the constitution of Alabama and L
be law-abid' g citizens." Special to'The-Jeoral. Speci
The govn or intimated tha h Harris. Oct. 27.-The schooner Milligan. Fl
wThe gov o Mobile on January ted and h cal to The Joumal. Honor went tc Pensacola : yesterday vey and family
3 -0 Y d s to Mobile on January r vld hisaurel, Hill. Fla.. Oct. 27.-Rev. K. with ninety barrels of rc-in and A. D. Burkett
... *a 1 XiI.aiA sonal atetiotme theregivitg his L McIver, pastor of the Presbyterian spirits, their many re
t L ING BEEt UO oE he eAnfrcAmetA orth att church, preached two interesting ser The steaners Capt. Fritz and Eu- several days.
or ana m Seakin of the roosl ons ere Sunday. which were en gene passed here this morning wit! at Cainer. Ala
.* Wki;"a call for BRR, iit means, any beer t iey may o Patteso of Tenopsa to ver Joyed by all present. rosin for Pensacola. tr. and Mr
t W y c o 'm" o "LION EER," it l tos e nor Patterson. of Tennessee. to have Miss Jessie GomUilon takes the Rev. Mr. Campell. of Garnier'. companies by
S 16 yto Ye 6te. ing.*n night ridovrnoernors meet and saidsthe place of Miss Ola Hinote in the cen preached a real good sermon Sunday Civil, visited
So m bstitute. Instat on havindid not think suc G governor Co nfereaid trol ee during the term of school. at 11 a. m., at Camp Walton, quite a They returned
did not think sue e conferee. Diaaie Campbell was in town yes party from Harris attending. Themany f
"Certainly there are no ntht rider teay attenng to business Pertain- George Wright. of Garnier s, spent be glad to lea
E. B n AlbamL declared Governer ot lag to the Bank of LAurel Hill. Sunday night here, the guest of Capt out again, aft
SI AlabaI. declared Governor C- Rev. Wiley F. Martin went over to Asa Ward and family. several days'
Ser.And -whilster s e we symparthie withNatral Bridge Sunday and preached D. R. King was a business caller at J. R. Miller
San cee ssity fr sucha coference efor the people there. DeFniak Saturday and Sunday. Cobb, passed
SGovernor Comner wiPll be gn e r a mers are thick in town this The many friends here of J. T moraiag ea ro
several days. He left for week', interesting the boys on Xmas Brooks are glad to learn he is now Rev. E. C.
where te will be joined by ,hi *mt- improvi:tg from his recent spell o- appositment a
SW. PFa Jerome Parker. The two wil e H. A. Hughes. of FIarala was in sickMne Sulday night,
to ig Like. Ar as wit tow this week on business. Mrs. A. .L Harris spent Saturday congregation
S- 4 .. . ^will huit ducks foe r A .ltr ay hIr. es ia improving his residence. night. and Sunday the guest of he- Mrs. E. C.
Rs .n wby making esae additios and giving daughter, Mrs. J. D. Sellers, of Camp her home inl
S-aus CRtutse i"-THU JMbksAL. It a coat oppailat. Waltop. ing after a Dt





ne g-rment. two distinct thicknesses of
e surface, soft and fits snug-splendid
s, $1.25. $1.50 and $2.00 gar-

y we have ever shown--with 10C
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------------------------------ 5c
ues, and Black and-White. Never buy
re cents.

in the lot 50 to 60c values
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a m

Vest Florida


-ame Vg


il to The JeemaL
a., Oct. S2.-,-. S. Allen,
n's leading grocers, was
.s bed several days last
ham and his new police
king it hard for the
men. They hai several
;et for Monday.
a, a prominent naval
f Esto. spent Saturday
es and James Jones of
a., after a pleasant visit
I relatives, left for their
ad to see Carl Moseley
s again after a serious
muca dreaded typhoid
e contracted at New Or-
of Mobile, a member of
Gowan Lumber Co., was
his business interests
f a Mr. Spiers was
the train Saturday ngbht
at the Piney Grove dem-
ie came near having a
recently. Wille trying
can, his arm was acci-
nd it required the skill
sicians to stoptAe allow
filled his regular ap-
>day morning and even-
ademy. Our Methodist
soon have their new
for worship.
h and Ricaards, two
g men of Enterprise,
d the dray line of Lema
d to learn that quite a
ir farmers will engage
ing next year, and we
a large canning factory
mson to encourage this
ge firms of Dannelly &
e Samson Supply *com-
isolidated and will con-
siness under the latter
ey, of Enterprise, will
s family to their new
he fair grounds, where
engage in truck farm-
d family, of Geneva, are
of Samson. They are
one of the Morris cot-


I to The Jewrnal.
a.. Oct. 21.-Arale Spt-
y, accompanied b4y Mrs.
% who has been visiting
latives at this place foi
returned to their home
L., yesterday.
. E. M. Seoams, ac-
their little daughter
Pensaeola yesterday.
L bome this morning.
leads of J. a. Edge will
rn that he Is able to bc
er a severe illness of
a prominent farmer ot
through this city this
ute to Milton.
Mayes Slied his regular
it the Methodist church
preaching to a large
at both services.
Strickland returned to
Peasacola Sunday mern-
easant viett here as the



guest of Mrs. J. Waiter (Carrett. She
was accompanied by her little laugh-
ter, Glena.
A. F. Paderick, a traveling sales-
man of DeFualak Springs, was a bust.
ness vizettor here today.


pecal to The Jouna.
Gariers, Oct. 27.-The Right Bow
er, Capt. Brown, started for Peasa
cola Sunday with a load of wood.
J. P. Roberts is now living in the
new John Pryor heuse at the head of
Five Mile Bayou, across from the
Pryor saw mill.
The government yaeht Santa Rosa
was up In Garaier's b yon for a day
or two last week.
Albert Riera, WA.A. D'Aleberte and
Allie Riera returned to Pensacola
Rev. Mr. Campbell did not go to
Holtlast Sunday to preach, as r port-
ed, but to Camp W'lton Instead.
A lot of old newspapers.
tied up -n neat bndes for
sale, 5c a bundK, at The Jour-
nal office.
The fire which started shortly after
2 o'clock yesterday morning in the
bay warebhoue of the J. P. Williame
Company at the corner of Church and
Tarragona streets, was not extii.
guished until about noon yesterday
A large amount of bay was damaged
by fire and water. The fre was eon
dmed mostly to the contents of the
building. The roof of the building
was badly damaged.
George Morgan's fine new launch
was launched yesterday evening from
the boat house on East Cadar street.
The trim little craft has been named
Sunbeam and tae Is one of the best
equipped launches in the bay.


This Question Should Me Asmvemred
Easily by Penacola People.
Which is wiaer-to have Confidnce
ht the opiomns of your fallowUeltsena,
of people you know, or depend on
hnatetmoe mad by utter stringers
reaMsi~ I n 'ar-away place& ? B-d
the fote nugr
Mrs. L. K. Lepoblcat, 517 E. Zarra-
goea St. Peimw Fla. Wap: '4My
kIdMeys wve inn a d aornered condi-
tion for ome tme, hefore I wan
aware of O. I lost qat ** gradual-
ly, my appeteti #ue" al I *mnl d
a grat dsal W osve e imdebes.
MM 16aEstig si= mW often
nmuch mery. I tried several reme-
dart edt at 's K idamy Pae ,

the cmtg.a of eme boe, all ains I
kidaery aZ ad ng tmb *
Flr 2Uby all esasIas. PNies 0
cena. FaMert lbMub Co. BOale, X.
T., sale agents for the Uilted S~ates.
Rinmame the namae-Doan'
takas m er.

V .. --



36 inch Black Buckskin
Taffeta. best on earth


* *

7. 1-


S .. Eeassaults upon the democratic nmi- t o that w

States to old fast to hi egance But they dont know that
Sand not fall to cast his vo le tor Bryan e ar o agents oorr the
-THE J NAL COMPANY- 5In November. ul Coast Inland Water- n*

limit to their almbitioen msoudting Larn Number.

ag 'g g g another. The are both great prs arth lsor agents.00. Come in
S0**stte**. tooth .. .. added splead o. .Apalachicola, Fla.. Oct 27.-Thefol and see themn-it will do
Met h .T. .. .. i.. n O S.?... a s pe r. lowing comments on the Gulf Coaster
3 .. .. .. .. 1 5 W Y UU seem temW'$O The night rider, the lyncher. the Inland Waterway and te convention y-OURo
Sliborder rufian re all equally inimical to b held at Columbus, Ga.. Nove
g Xgagap*per Feag-W A M *ag-al to good government.-Memphis Coin- ber 9-10, 1908. by new members and
-- anoth ercial Appeal. men of note are interesting:
nd we would add t this lsparklet the Juus Heart Piano House, New Or.
pistol toter, who is perhaps a more le oua n rest assured that we wish TH E M O .
,,io ... o1....R Bd l a> p..Tcomprehensive calamity than the you every uccess."d t 321 and 323 S. Palafox St.
Lasta nero a*4 DeLMa t b. other three combined. Tuey are all t
P9I tol toters, too, but there are m ener F.d mNewO meman tends Opposite Plaza.

Phone": ERaOl ROo 38. Bu em.i Officet 15W. ofin eonte aresinwterwaiyng: T H E M 0
SPresidet Roosevelt yesterday eel- / lltend to keep alive the public in
ebrated the fiftieth anniv rhary of his New Orleans Board of Trade: terest in the important problems of
P FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 28. 198. birthday. We wish him ay hay pWe appreciate the meritsof the Improved transportation facilities."
returns of the day. but are glad to working and shall be pleased to take 0. M. Leighton, Chief Hydrograph-
S- elections. and vote for the nom- know that be won't have a White out membership." er. U. S. Geological Survey. Washing
SUMnbrYMinees thereof." Hourte setting for the next one. May J ton. D. C.:
ary gn q o t g t m o e l iva toa ars, bitnot a no. A. Cunningham. Jacksonville "I take pleasure in accepting and
Prm ry Pledge. Beyond queAtion tae great mass of he live a thousand years, but not an- Fla.: will be prepared to present some ideas
Democrats will support the regular other one to get on the nerves At this "Enclosed check $2.00 to cover in on the subject of "Federal Policy i
a CMe election nezt Tuesday it w nominees, but there are probably nation in his present capacity. With dividual membership in the Gulf Coast Waterways Development."
e the Ip erative duty of every demo' some, perhaps more than a few, who apologies to Tennyson, better a cen- Inland Waterway Association AAs
In treduyofegestusoThennysbetteIar e nnoted in your letter, water regulation Gov. B. B. Comer, Montgomery. Ala.:
a who voted in the last primary to will not and who think that they can tury of Bryan than a cycle of T. R. is rateregulation. Thistells in a fe "I am in hearty sympathy with hite
' vote for its nomies, whether they evade their plain party obligations words the greatest benefits to be dt. movement you have undertaken and
we his personal preference or not, and yet be good democrats. What Attention is directed to the call rived by our community through the believe It will be of immense advant
Seven tbgh he did what he could The Journal has "ere said is to show another column of this issue or efforts of your association." a o. the south."thirteen
bto dleat them la ae Tprimary. that they are mistaken, on that poitoint meet ing i rn the rooms of vi the C Clarence F. LowSect L. L. & G vCaters e om nted thirteen
t1 he be t cs tsceuetioeu democrat, and to urge them by every consider- Chamber of omere this evening at Co., New Orleans La.:ntion.
dfl of ht111 plat party obligations nation of party loyalty, public duty ana 5 o'clock of the members of that body "I take pleasure in joining yourr as- 100 COTTAGES DESTROYED.
h e ote te os for the good l nondwe to t ad by the pri- and of the local members of the Gulf sociation and enclose $2 to pay mem By Associated Press.
S ea t the mary law, vote to stad by the prnominees and Coast Inland Waterway Association bership fees. I am deeply interested Salsbury Beach, Mass., Oct. 27.-A
a r c atsa an ot evr the ry law, their foreti the nominees and Thenti will beof unusual iin your work which will be of great re will be of gpt the summer homes
ear elementof an honet contract submit their will to that of the ma-n oe o unusual vaue not only to your section. but to here early today was controlled about
In the cae l which the vote d has Jority as they trpliedly agreed to do. por'tance and among other subjects t) the whole nation in my opinion." 5 o'clck after more than 100 cot-
pledgedFhim-eynspectorsandcatatembe discussed will be that otharbornimb
byeessar plicat ple hi The inspectors and candidates be- proveme and also the question of Emile Meehn.New Orleans La.: damage Is estimated a abut$100,000.
el t e at eved that they were square demo-ro t ad also the uestio o Enclosed please find membership Therewere no lives lost.
a advantage t the primary, to crata of Integrity of character when having a delegation from this city to fee for one year. Wishing your or
abbe by Wts reaults. Not to do so is they were permitted to vote without attend the convention of the National gasization the best success." LIBERALS GET A SET-BACK.
to make a mockery of the primary challenge or being compelled to take Rivers and Harbors Congress on Der w .P. Johnson, father of the idea B Oct 2 7.-atest re
system d a shameless farce of the the oath of fidelity, and without that 9-10-11 In Washington city. It is high to divert the surplus water of the Victoria. B.C.,O amt. 1er
gh privilege of sel government n elef the tet would certainly have lydesirable that we should have a Mississippi to the gulf by means of ports show that Ralph Smithlibanderal.
the party by which each democrat been applied large Pensacola delegation at that con. the Alabama river Bellingham, Wash.: elected n analtemo distrhe Socialistand anot
water expresing his eo preoer Cslece and reason alike point vention to ook after navy yard inter- I enlose P. 0.n money order fol r eviously reporWaite Thise Socialist, ashe
Sthe ese tothat rt pasthofdy toomp lanly thises inlnddrasetc.,iandpoar$2aformembership In the Gulf Inland previously reported. This gives the
sce In the primary, il that pretf- taepath of duty too plainly in this ests, inland waterway, etc., and Mayor Waterway Association." results in British Columbia theecon-
ye I needp e a~4 pierge matter to be mistaken, d and the man Goodmanu will probably be asked to ap- servatives and one liberal. Three
Sit m be amtte to be Emta a the m e Frank A. Danielse New Orleans. La.: elections aredeferred. Seven liberals
wn ill n that-of the majority who don't see it simply doesn't want Point e ave not been ablee to study the were returned at the last general elec-
To violatt this primary obligation to see it and dilutes his democracy w- p ti ct probable benefits to New Orleans In tion.
by voting against' the nominees of the beyond recognition by sophistries that t co section with the inland waterway., E -
party Ia ta clae a prtclptor rule are not even specious and deceive no r VOX POPULI but I know on general principles *
yof setlne, d hKf 8 carried ato the one. least. of all himself. / .what helps one section of the gulf iPENSACOLA AND
bu i.IISOposooflife.would-be will help the other, and we are mutual- PENSACOLIANS
nterealitegrity, and would eliminate t R l P rpos C f ON TARRAGONA STREET Gov. E. F. Noel. Jackson, Miss,: t l mith i
a'he ipV gar e ab I truth ald d ae al HbaM t, WatSOn and Des. Pensacola, Oct. 23. Is rote you appointments of dle- it eats Tha Now
is-eaen s from the busintes- world. .The New York World thought the Editor Pensacola Journal: ch- eck for s$2 f ididual memboser The Pensadola Journal's subscrip-
Apropos of the great movement c for m rp inth Gulf I Tests n shoia Jrynal ucon-
That IF eat it means ad nowhng less omination of Mr. Bryan persistently now taking placealtl ver the world ship f in st to the Bitnsfand hesc
whel wei out to ts logical result. and fiercely, but now taat he is the for the purpose of devising means to H J.aun, New Orleans, La county have demonstrated that the
for it Ias in * ct declaring that the party nominee Is giving him strong eliminate the great white plague from "Herewith enclosed my check for are both liberal and patriotic to the
d1oberate. violation of a plain con- and valuable support, and undoubted- our midst. I would sungest tiast as $2 individual meI bership fee. With- cause of Democracy.-Wauchula Advo-
btret based upon a valid consideration ly wants to have him elected. The arit begins at home. ome ete be out any study of t proposition I can cate.
dearlyewhatiis therrealstaken-to Interest our BeareL of Pulb ut readily see an advantage In the short. Got Interest on Her Deposit.
Sgitiate ad permissible. Wor sees celery what is the real Works in the condition of some of our and ceaenng of trhe sort
SThe primary la was enacted at purpose of Hearst, Watson and Debs public thoroughfares. i between this city, as a gaPenacola has justreceived$3,000
the demand of -the d.wecratic party nla the present campaign and tears Take Tarragona street as an in- and the Atlantic seaboard; the further as interest on dAer deposit. Putnam
to do away with the notorious buses the mask from them in a recent ar- stnc onhathorribleree tions development of that territory traversed cositanowdnawdsihe eeslosto auirte
Sthe old convention system, wh tide, from wach we take the follow- upon eabominably lthyontons by the inland waterway oly and the sum In this way during the past. th
ad grown intolerable. Under tat aing: prevailing there. Do the gentmen of the monopoly n freights communitiesight take a hint from
steam the wishms f a majority *of The republicans seek only to de- composing the Board of Public Works enjoyed by an oppressive system m these experiences.-Times-Union.
the voters could be disregarded with feat the democratic party, but Mr. ever think of the filth, dseaed ex- railroads, operating in lorid nd All counties and cities should get
Rear t, Mr. Watson and Mr. Debs pectorations and corrupt animal mat- neighboring states, and the case interest on their money. It sezms
Impinity by as lrrespoeasible convea- are seeing to destroy it. The ambi- ter which is day after day ground quent broadening of trade with that like a one-sided justice for the peo-
tio e of appointed delegates, open o to on of each of them !a to build upon up Into dust and inhaled every hour state, as well as other sections of the Pie's money to be used by the banks
all sorts of corrupting inlueaces and the rul4i of the *'*'nocracy a new of the day by those unfortunate eastern United States. Wishing you free of. interest, and tnen when the
the domination of demagogues and party. in consequen. these three enough to have their places of busi- success. county needs money that they be fore-
factlaleaders, nd Ab cure the f former supprter and warm adtier- ness situated on that much neglected G. Grosvenor Dawe Montgomery, e to pay interest.-Polk County Re-
fi ln an ehers. ang those ets of Mr. Bryan are now his most street? Think of the e bacilli Ar co Mtrd.. -
evils teM primary law aS enacted. Implacable enemies. They assail him and eAvry other form of disee gen- Relative to the meeting of th f A B
Under that law the t rped preft la ore vigorously and vindictively than erators that are floating around in coelative to the inetina s of the Gua a trn
erece of a majority the party In does any republican leader They at- the whirlwinds caused by. passing o m a r at scumbuSt teaton hal demot irat canpn
the omna or ita es Isatyg- tack the democratic party far more trains, and vehicles of every conceiv--pe.. Nvemer tof 1t th at I aoll tr esn cohntyS hears fnot speehes on the
the nomination of cates g- l and n loul thndoes andes t and w r oythme tla water wa Iha l t e r- Jo .an d fis sh as o the a
istered with almost autovatc certain- freRoosely a srpulou Ta ft low abin dtes onir systems wc f r ao deavoi to be present. Enclosed pleat doubtful states, they are slighting
ty ad accuracy, and the very esence This I undobtedly true and it i feared no protection by tae city, al- chc or ue for a yer Florida. Beard has a great brain, and

.isulle to the will of the majority When Mr. Hearst saw his htos tons of the city. While the BorsI fraluobs convention todand reret texc- agor qountdestsaions. Hes nows t
en the part of those that vote In the vanish as a democratic presidential of Public Works complacently sits iny thato i pres e cement p itroton teione. H t sem
primary. If they are at lirty ln the e Mr back and allows s to becor e sunim c at- ey between Democratic and I
eeral election to waive this stron wsin nd ryt e i ed and impregnate witd a all the fithy ro et broadening Wistrnd wit t ol pole- ies.-DeSoro Cotunt !
t nt s n orry i as thne party leader, re- excreations that burlden the air from success fl ouy nes m .f
nmminees of primary in which they ocratic party became the absorbing dollar s to doitht o s that not nee her of Commer'e, Tampa. noa.. ed L Ma est.owner and editor-

without value falls completely In its l b ta heis a Hisen has no c en t a day in sn workandveIrwlob youever s uccf otheMedn I isso Dsatch. a
purpose and the democratic party It- chance he aopes through a vigorous We believe the members of the yo"r undertaking. will make it a power n the afairs of
mlt Is set adrift, a ship abanuomed, campin for which he is doubtless board to -be honorable and fair- W. W. Royster, Secety. Tennessee that state. Mr. io ayes will remain in

Every democrat ia Florida who went freel, to draw nhes be a little casted ri.pac ing Nooeae Tenn1 wilh be managed by n S. Bernards who
Ithe p enough votes from the democratic par- dividualitv injected into their c eiT, eThirt m eaton is a mtas of has long been a member of the Pe t-
ve i eeci nyiew assedeethe defeat of the operations, d collectively they fre ae- the National Rivers and Harbors Copa dol ourl stat ersty Tris veigygnc
votee withat ution nie peretln whom he hates now as a Ta rbonal or fully at sea on wsat is requisite to gross and has eentributed great n-at- f r e prospertynis ee -
weU when be JId so taat he was ,v build up a progressive ad attractive ter and cash to the development of all ryin to fret- ae Tele-
Imm is yan a. soealty"e an i~reaa~l i ril t flty vntmy c~p .Wlhla yU aRo~vet olies--D~oo Cun)h

And he hod te ti Pr we t wn- rivers and harbors; is very much in -r __ap
oatd ees of that primary whether nd he hates te democratic par- We plwo are compeUed to pas six favor of an hlatd waterway connect "at W W S
they were his indiv al eer ty with hardly i ay less malevo. days a week- on Tarragona street 1g the MisspiWp and the Atlantic. -'Frapk Mayes an R. S. Bernard. I
they were his individual preferences lee. and to compass its destruction, and know whereof we speak, ak no .- t a waar men, of Pen-i
or not. He knew perfectly well that ot to elect Hisgen. '3 the real purt special favors, but Slaply demand Gee. W. Ward. DeFealak Spria g s la re aespk in the Mssof Pen-
he had no moral right to vote in that pose he has ia view recognition of our rights as taxpayers, Fla.: sippl Sq. W parehadingthe Meridiai
primary if he did so with the mental Watson knows that his own can- nder what everyone else would expect nsUpon receiptof information I will Disptc, a progressive morning publi-
ruservation that hs would only support odtps. b e glad tor c t f c at iia ommunity of 30,000 pop-
reservation that he wou only support didacy Is equally itopeless. but with We have heard mach about the membership and feel that I wil get u n jers wishing success to
the aoines in the event they were the rea et populism at I- aeels, city beautiful." What incentive is several members from this vicinity. e.- mes County Ad-
the men of his colce. And knowing he Is seeking with all th. vigor and thre r when t hea lf il hin be uderta reat c vertiser.
this he is bound as a good democrat vindictiveness of a peculiarly vindict- hangs over a part of the city pt all Headed for PItnc.racy.
and a good citizen who obeys the law Ie nature and by falsehood and slain. times nd makes it prohibitive for Senator W. 1I. Milton, Marianaa prahk L. Meppe. the acknowledged
to support the nominees of the, pri- der. open and shameless, to carry anyone to open their windows or doors Fla.: leader in Slmnt IPure Democracy, as
ar in the election next Tuesday enough votes on November 3rd to reto let in the few sunbeams that may "I have been appointed by Gov. propounded ia his excellent Pensacola
mary in the election next Tuesday. enough votes on November 3rd to pr- be able to ercolate Lrough the Broward as a delegate to the Gull Journal, will soon, It he Is not careful,
We .v "as a good citisen. who obeys vent the election of Mr. Bryan and in- clouds of disease bearlag germs float- Coast Inland Waterway Assciatio be placed i the ranks of the pluto-
the law" because it is the unmistaka- flct a defeat upon the democratic ing thereabout? convention. I will attend the convene crats. He. with B. S. Bernard, of
ble Intent of the primary law if party that will make an end of it. Where is the likelihood of anyone tioa. also Dr. Theop. West and prob Pensacola. has-recently purchased the
voted the primary he must sup- of with common sense Investing money ably other citizens of this place wid Morning Dispatch. of Meridian, MiPs.,
he rt ren the primary he th deathof democracy men in a city that exhibits such an ap- attend." of wiach Mr. Barnard has taken
port th result In the general election, like Hearst and Wat'on would find parent wanton disregard of thCie wel- charge. No doubt. the Mississippi Yen-
ln proof of this her is the oath pre- their opportunity to organize, each a fare of her citizens? Where tne tax- : ov. Fred M. Warner. Lansing tre will e placed on the same sub-
scribed by law, which any man, whose new party, with one or th other of es are higher in proportio-. to the Mich.: atanthd basis as the Journal, which,
rig-at to vote ia the primary is chal- which the material of the old demo work done for their comfort and "I will be very glad to appoint ee of course. meaps success. Well.
leaed at the polls must take before- wYh t* bateace a od that mioh benefit? gates from Michigan to attend the r'ant Mayes deserves all the good
longed at the polls must take before racy would cooeace, and that might Tarragona street Is the first convention at Columbus." thios tast are eomilg hit way.-St.
he CAs Its ballot: give these two.agitators what is now gliaMpse of the city that visitors have olte cor
"I do solemnly swear that I deaied taem-some reaL hope of sue- upon arriving here and, oh. could we J. Hampton Moore. Pres. Atlantic Au Recor.
am by te laws of the state of CeOW. but analyze their thoughts or catch Deeper Waterways Aan'., Ph ladel "aS a Level Headm
ra a lawsfl ltor of te an De a t the impulasve comments that fall phia, Pa.: ,Jae Sheoppard, of te federal dis-
F a a lawful elect of an Debe Is in the me, too. and he from their Ups as they perceive the "It is with very great regret I write tric k ew sitting at Pensaeola. says
election district within hopes to ,ally to his cause enough hideous wave of dessicatede orrupuom to say I will be unable to attend the the Tames Times, has remanded a
county and have paid my poll treagth. not to elect his ticket, but floating down noon them? convention. I am grattled however complaimIg anoa-resident tax-payer to
States legally due. and I pledge to fatally wouad Mr. Bryan and get Perhaps. or let us be charitable and for your invitation and would gladly the state courts for redr~ of hib
my honor to abide by and sup- the democratic party out of Cie way. say. it is probable. the board may avail myself of the opportuaity to at- eomplat agiant the collection of cer-
Sortte O r l t y .d sh p- At h reeo i oetray. have pity aad rive us water. least extend fraternal greetings to a tal taxes. The judge seems to have
rtthse result of such priaary All three of these men betray their ARTHUR W. DAVIS. sister ~*sociaton. I tust your work level head.-Lake City Index.


IN NVY $2 Ladis' Sh
I Meyers $3 Ladies' Shoes
are so unlike the general run
Orders Issued to Officers in sl o ors.ho a Thra in
style. Corujo e T and wear in
Service by Depart- every pair and absolutely any
style or kind that you nmay
want, if it's
Special t The Jurnal. $.00 SHOES
Washington, D. C., Oct. 27.-The fol- are after, then it'
lowing changes have been announced yo are at
in the United States navy: Meyers yOU Want.
Rear Admiral-J. H. Dayton placed
on retired lhit; A. R. Coqden placed
on retired list. N IR SHOE
Captains-S. W. B. Diehi detached
command of the Ida;io, ordered home
and wait orders; J. M. Helm detached
duty as naval secretary of the light- Feet Furnishers FQr Folks
house board and ordered to command
the Idaho.1 South Palafox Str t
Commanders-H. T. Mayo ordered 1 South Palao Street
to duty as naval secretary of the light- ..
house board; G. R. Slocum ordered to New York to accompany the m%
duty as ordnance olcer, Puget Sound general, comuaudavt marines: S. J.
Lieutenants-W. H. Allen detached L retired, ordered to Butalo, N.
lhe Dolphin and ordered to duty on Y., for recruitin& duty.
staff of the commander of the Third A SHAKING UP
Squadron, Atlantic fleet; R. F. Zog- may all be very well so far as the
baum, Jr., detached the New Hamp- trusts are concerned, but not when t
shire and ordered to duty on staff of comes to chills and fever and malaea
the commander of the Thid Squad- ,Quit the quinine and take a real cum
ron. Atlantic fleet; W. G. Mitchell de --Ballard's Herbine. Contains no
tached command of the Stringham, harmful drugs and is as certain as
ordered to command the Macdonough; taxes. If it doesn't cure. you get your
J. C. Kress detached the M-'.he and mosey back. 25c, W0c and $1.00 a bat-
ordered to the Hist as executive and tie.
navigator. Sold and reoommeaded by W. A.
Ensigns-W. B. Howe detached the D'Alamberte. drggist s apothecary
Alabama and ordered to the Hist; P. 121Adt P'aieozt Mtola
E. Dampman detached the Scorpion 8B ll oz t, a" e
and ordered to continue duty on the
Mississippi; I. F. Dortth' detached the ECHO OF FAILURE
Mississippi and ordered to the Scor-
pion: G. R. Wright detached the OF COTTON FIRM
Stringham and ordered to the Mac-
donough; H. G. Fuller commission an. By Associatd Press.
nouncqd; F. J.Fletcher xde:ached the Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 27.-An echo of
Eagle, ordered home and wait orders. the failure of the cotton firm of Inman
Midshipmen-G. S. Bryan ordered to & Co., of Augusta, came today when
the Mississippi. Pn t i i
Surgeons-L. Morris ordered to na- Judge Pendleton signed an order di-
val station, Cavite. P. I1.; D. N. Car- recting the receivers of the estate of
center detached naval station. Cavite, the late W. P. Inman to declare a div-
and ordered home. idend of 20 per cent. The estate was
Assistant Surgeons---J. Donelson I in Cae 'hands of the receivrs
detached the Stringham and ordered ac n t hands f the receivers
to the Macdonough. following the failure of the cottoat
Paymaters-T. DeF. Harris to dutArm of which thae late W. P. tuIn.malt
Paymasters-T. DF. Harris to duty was a member. The total debts. aS
as purchasing pay officer, general $97903 of whir $439.442 Is due oI
storekeeper and paynmaster naval ,no esh l by Shuous banks
training station, Great Lakes. North notes held by rous banks.
Chicago, Ill.; W. V. H. Rose detached si B-- -i
duty naval station, Great Lakes, North
Chicago. Ill., and given special duty
Naval Constructors-F. B. Zahm or- NATIONAl..
dered to duty as inspector of electri- ontl NtAs
cal material at works of General Elec- For PresidM .al ctor:
trick company, Schenectady. New York. H P. .Butler.
Chief Boatswain-J. Laven ordered E
to the Chicago. eo MErDn,
Boatswains--G. Olif ordered to the Geo. C. Martin "
Maine; .J. Danner detached the Maine SamuelgE.ehmoo.
and ordered to the Enterprise. r D.n MayS.
Warrant Machinltts-D. McDonald D.H. Maya.
detached the Wyoming and ordered to STATE -OMINIES,
the Albany. -Ga-,-r Albert W. Gmlehris.-

Marine Corps.
Major-C. C. Long ordered to Bos-
ton for duty in connection with ex-
amination of candidates for appoint-
ment as second lieutenants.
Colonels-F. L. Denny granted leave
until November 7; R. Dickins detached
marine barracks. Philadelphia, Nov.
10,' and ordered to marine barracks,
Mare Island. Nov. 23; L. Karmany de-
tached marine barracks Mare Island,
Nov. 23 and placed on waiting orders.
Lieutenant Colonels-R. H. Lane or-
dered to San Francisco in connection
with examination of candidates for ap-
pointment as second lieutenants; E.
K. Cole ordered to Chicago, 111., and
Atlanta. Ga., in connection with ex-
amination of candidates for appoint-
ment as second lieutenants.
Captains-H. R. Lay ordered to du-
ty as recorder of examinin, board at
Washington. D. C.: L. M. Gulick grant-
ed two mouths' leave from. October
17: G. C. Reid ordered to report to
commandant marines. Washington, D.
C.. authorized to delay reporting one
month: T. Hlolcomb. Jr., detached du-
ty at White House and ordered to duty
with marine battalion. American le-
gation, Pekin, China: S. D. Butler or-
dered to recruiting duty. Philadelphia,
Pa.; W. E. Noa ordered to duty as
post quartermaster. Philadelphia yard;
F. 31. Eslick ordered to marine bar-
racks. New York; T. C. Turner com-
mission announced.
First Lieutenants-T. H. Brown or-
dered to report to commanding officer,
marine barracks, Washington, D. C,
for duty; R. B. Putnam ordered to

Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw.
Attorney General-Park M. .Tram*
ConVtroller-A. C. Croom.
State Trassurer-W. V. KnottL
Superintendent of Public Instructiso
-Wmin. H. Holloway.
CommlJsloner of Agrioulture-B. C
Railroad Commissionr-R oyal 0
Justices of the Supreme Courtu
Wm. A. Hocker.
Thos. M. Shackleford4
C. L. Wigglens.
J. P. Stokes.
ShertW-.J. C. Van Pelt.
Clerk of Court-James Macibbon.
County Jdge Henry Bellinger.
Tax Asseose--W. W. Richards.
Tax Collector-J. 8. Roberts. -
County Treasurer-J. Ed. Williams,
School urntendent-N. B. Cook.
County ueveyor-
Jusite of the Peace, ist. 2.-R. I
Constable, Dist. 2,-C. P. Robe.

SPolitical Anpjnceme
At the request oFr mI friend in bot
city ad county, I hMs-gNmnoMmysellr
as a candidate for tM-beCc SheriwM *I
Ewemebis County, =s the eneanu atodm
to be held In November. and ti
votes ot an voters ta this cmty.


4 -1.



When you want to lay new coverings on your
floors, when the various room in the house get a
good "'going ver" and here is the ideal place to pome
to choose the pretty mattings, druggets or carpets
you wish to lay on the floor, and select the various-
odd pieces of furniture needed here there. tomI't"
forget, too,.-that Economy Prices prevail and
Buy Now, Pay Later plan gives you their use while
paying for thea. Mattings, the 1andsomest pat.I
terns of apand hinaattingsfor25 and 3
a yard, laid free. Linoleums cents a yard; stai|
carpets, druggets and rugs at prices that attract. -

106-10 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pe=--B -
i i II_ n~n!- ,

Aii y OA- --BERm8

S-e eather"s and are ,o theft and fea rat- the usuailanda healthy ska. A harmless
S- that the effect is almost that o, a care- powder dusted over the whole provides
i A Standard lesly noatted feather cravat. Good a maskas k wer, through whi the The b
Sor schemes are displayed in these effects of the elements will permeate
,T re" dollars, soft green fes ters tpe wit iiulty. pipveewd
LU FAN NE C F EE t deeper brown ack blues A smll sap dispser filled wipth
," . .""E softened with oky gray or black. aarn conment'w-en intalled
V- .A Sd 1 "- Buttons are to be freely used in lap- just above the basin in the bath room. P t
601 p ping, one gore over another, and very This precaution is exceptionally advis-
STHE 'EILY -TLOR COM PANY. often the whole skirt will be covered able to persons who are ideatited ti pan. C
AA T E~NE 4 LA.' with them. a prominent way with the public,
SOt ORS ^ U, S. A.' -- where hand shaking i. one of the fea- water.
BH*- T^ ^ -. 11Silk and wool challis has taken on tures of the day's routine. Those w-o
.>-" .. I a new luster this week. It is offered are forced to handle a great deal of Ivorr
.-_-e. h. teef 8 -or, indoor frocks in dull and light money, and who are thus endangered
WDAY. o* /- f in stripes and in plaid. where the spreading of disease is con-
e Chb s Wet Cha ree, 8 to cerned will find the dispenser equally
:.,o ss ina- . tNot in many seasons -as green fig- valuable. and let
SMrs. N. Goderqust, Wednesday, 6 p. m. red so prominently in modish ma- .
1 ,,clak p. en. Mrs. N.- oderquist. terials as just now, and never before One of Pensacola'. most striking ma- Until all
were there so many lovely shades of trons confded a secret not long ago,
T. this color as now are offered, as to the remarkable state of preser- SOlved.
Thmay msuin 3.. w M i i Ku-t East Wright O Lro votion of her d kid The agent is sim-a,
W 1ais,11 -Was- Coe m iHatT East Wright ABLEWARE. The hair ribbon continue, in mark- pie enough. Just before going out, this i
OUR NEW PATTE IN TABLEWARE. ed popularity, but will probably particular ly doses er face and
:* "#A* " To those Just star eung or in homes where the old set hav- driven out in the winter. It is the arms liberally with the white of a raw COld wa
SIng done good semwice e eds replacing by a new one, tt pattern with I outgrowth of tennis and golf hair rib- egg, allowing it to remain until quite
SgraTceftl utliMes ~4Liiy on"a |plan background recommends itself for bons, ncelsary to confine stray locks, dry. When the application is suffic. with a
S" Uf *ny dy SoadSows of the autumn afternoon be- eok. W guar lts vce* Such fabrics as crepe de chine iently dry to "dust off." she whisks a
I 4, t fadi Iat5- S emgtbnWlg into nighL Delight- pre- efperoyal. or any soft clingingcrepe
4 ... .... t n b G E SON'S upe oy ortlgi re result is at once the delight and de-
.., l'l= -_ _r I-es hamo ad hen pre- GERSON S or satin will undoubtedly prove twe sl i h cquantances.
O T1e tos, Aies to a ser paed while were enjoyed to the ut- best adapted to tie Clinging and drap-spar of her 99
t most, as were he dainty refreshments ed styles, while the softer cloths and If every woman will take time to
W 3 e 0 sep a9ps 1I. which costPtage4 a prominent feature light-weight fabrics, such as veiling rub tre wrinkles from her face at the
9 th "2P tie t era te- ra* and cashmere, are good for dressy end of each day with a simple applica-
Sthnd, Gerald and e- ing of the East Hill Euchre club. Hrmphreys conduct a series of meet gowns ion of olive oil, she will do much to
ar MWleleM's fard lrCroa Wthel, Harold and Mar which took place at the home of Mrs. gs. Among seasonable things there are kee upwe the general ravages of
a sway, guerite Van Aaedale, Lawrence, Alex Edwin Sharpe, at No. 1616 N. Avenue.e new white angels that every
A bers r ler, pray as a and Rosalie Brown, Harold Mackey, Mrs.. Clutter received rst Supe tedent B. Cookies spend- some new white flaels that eeryfall to keep their faces
b n Ines Croft. Paul Williams, George and prize, Mrs. L. M. Davis the console n theof day in Muscogee, lines of black brown and blue, fho awn clear ost woen fat it? Nevertheir faces
S, ay dare the otais of Ruth Vlar, Carrie and Adelaide ion, Mrs. Wm. Roach the lone hand terests of the Muscogee schools. ines of bl Roman stripes; cominla- it is true. hen 'you sit? Neverthelessty un-
the osn Yu lestra, Evelyn Wrtghton, Carrie Mrs. Feiguson being successful in car Col. Conrad Rukelelshaus, who has tions of pale blue and turquoise: Chi- certain sort of feminine countenance.
S Tbe A rw"ebe& stars be-ore her feet to Lee Miller, Harold Lewis, Fanne May ing off te booby Delicious re been visiting his brother-in-iaw, Geo. nese pink and wood brown and the which happens to be muddy along
lay Andrews, George apd Ruth Williams, ments were served. The next\m W. Johnston, leaves for Indianapolis iris shades of lavender. witi the rest, it is a hundred to one
Ser Q te lbols hs forehead Graham Dorsey and Dave White, Er- Ing of this popirlar club will occur at today.shot lady needs an n.
S, h- nest Uoyd Fell. Frank Crona. Claude the home of Mrs. Bennett on Ninth Particularly effective for wear with troducton to a good flesh brush. so The officer
S l ret, his oramme Saaley ad Myrtice and Rett Red. avenue. Mrs. ena Mayfleld, who has been autumn millinery are the new ostrich green oap and a booklet dedicated to lodges of
dick. o Harris, Fla. MR. SODERbUIST quite ill with blood poisoning at her feather hat pins. These a e compos- her particular needs. Scrub the face members of
witniadlh or asaiNat giants Mrs. Watson was assisted by Miss TOENTERTA TOAY home at 319 North Guillemarde street ed of diminutive curled ostrich plumes well with the brush and soap, using quested to a
SVesta Dilger. TOENTERTAIN TODAY. is improving, much to the satisfaction poised on gold pins. t e feathers be- warm water. After this phase of the Lodge, No. 3
:.M an4i 'Tratht and LoVq his Ibat- Mrs. N. Soderquist will be hostess of her many friends. ing in a great variety of colors, which process, follow with a dash of cold 29, at 8 o'clo
NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT at her home on West Government mu't. of course, be of the saMe or water, into which has been introduced
KI only ofat a laughing Vworld I1 HALLOWE'EN. street upon two different occasions to Mrs. A. E. Leonard. who has been contrasting shade to the hat. Some- a generous allowance of alcohol. A
G tly tIi v sad with bae heart A date whiehJs its numerous at- day, the Social Card Club to meet at visiting her numerous Pensacola what more expensive are the dyed firm. healthy comtplexion 's bound to
S. trace for othe clever hostess is three o'clock,-and the Pastipe Eu- friends, has returned to New Orleans. mother of pearl pins in the form of result, unless ill health has already Our Supre
close upon us. next Saturday night be- chre at 8 o'clock. Both events prom. dragons, butterflies, dragon flies and made irreparable inroads upon mi- pointed this
Wisest of m adol., maddest of the ing Hallowe'en, or All Hallowed Even. Ise to be of unusual- -interest, both FASHION'S LATEST MANDATES. birds, which are rivaling in popular lady's beauty Iat session
wise !- Witcaes and ghosts will put mere mor- clubs being immensely popular. Importations of fancy feathers are favor the gold pins set wit-i crystals .. also o give t
cU we sM adventure where thy fan- tal man completely out of business as unprecedentedly large. A great num- en cabochon. It's no use for the little lady to be formation in
Sci4 iehd; usual on this mystic night, and the hi- BENNIE GRIFFIN ber of plumes and wings are seen, but trying complexion lotions unless she pective legisl
hem. -gn ~ -aly thsoght quickens to clarity of the various and diverse SURPRISED. the majority are of the fine, airy class THE WOMAN BEAUTIFUL. is Immaculately clean and tidy. The
.I l deew, spooks will be infectous as usual. Sev- A large number of the friends of of the aigrette and paradise' sort. Note.-The Journal will be glad to daily bath is a first essential, and
Sthy defeat skaaes eaner oral pretty social events have been Mr. Bennie Griffin gathered at the --- answer any questions which may be sne shou be sweet and trig and trim. A. NVI
r letr. planned for next Saturday, and there home of his sister, Mrs. Jackson Bran- There s a new hip-length coat, directed to this department. Ques- Pin those scolding locks well out of K.
I t OMB elifTe's I" at thro' will be pranks and pranks in staid old don. at 526 West Garden street on semi-fltted by seams to the should tons will be published, without signa- the way, and avoid a general appear-
e ey, Pensacola. according to present indi- last Saturday night. n honor 'of then front and back, that is. excellent ture. and answered n full. A corres- ance of tag ends. Then watch for real
SW el- ightes swol when griet cations, before the first gray dawn of 21st anniversary of his birth. The for covert cloth or for serge and pan- pondence is invited, results.
=ee !Iaagb Plead, All Saints' Day ushers id a day of evening was one of rare ood fun, and ama in plain colors, worn with a DO
ma e-fts world from all en- thought an4 etrospection. the popularity of the young man was plaid of check skirt in wjich the color A common defect which plays havoc One of the best features of a sea
11101O -E tread, well attested by the presence of a of the coat predominates; green with among the hopes of the modern Wom- bath is the salt water inadvertently O
r.-ted a-.1 thy igh e CIVIC LEAGUE TO MEET large number of friends both from black is smart. an Beautiful nowadays is a tendency swallowed by bathers. It is a wonder-
Warrington Aand Pensacola. The hap RNOON. nd t t toward puffiness under the eyes. It ful tonic. In -nny case it is said to
: we ld b stHl elare A Important meeting o the new- Warrington andPens la. The hap Band that suggest the tuic are not caused by a constitutional disor- cure biliouses when a drug prep-
eat s t. M or lass. a ly-*rganised Civic League will occur py event,. in fact, which was in the more practical for walking skirts than der, which may be eradicated by fol- rations have failed. It s peculiarly
4". ..thin afternoon at 4 o'clock in tCie par- naturre of a surprise, was enjoyable the tunic draperies that are seen at lowing the vice of the family phy- elective in ordinary cases of imi-
u -b-, ,i utr, B d a s- dlors of the Y. M.C. A., when a great throughout. a mirth provoking feature their best in the loft materials of ian the rubica the al e o ti n dirse e o nd
.....t creat es le ti of the evening being a giant 'bi.-: house gowns, and evening dresses, iclan, theho rouble may t be traced to soin, dihordeen known to pr-
Sarest creatures will reeelv attention. The election day" cake which was brarely sr The line of trimming that i most gen- la ck of sleep an do at mor to tear du exceent r n man a

fts A ~ iNS~y~iy Da1 a t to every Pensacola expected home tomorrow. starrotand pp l~ as are t betla l complexion is apt to suoer as t r tempting doelto tare.sut ether an
.- --i, eo 2iers, wll be one of toward her owain rounded by n Knoless than 21 c eraly becoming diis toward te front down the constituton of a woman and of dyspepsia. Clean tou seldom. uc
.r. i ',t event, nominations Those present joined In wishing -th, and rises on the asdes, giving a slight put a quiet on the good look prop- as is to be d at any of the numer-

-a t are a nt o a ely a tose ho have young host maan y friend rs of Mr. Patilhe dy.o F eather collar ow, to soe vested her. Here is a formula ocean of good edice
.... u cet .al s In omdenBed y otsa eu o fwith thoe dost Campbell awill be glad to position than any other known agent up a bar spreads all about his k and hefull
S. e t he is able to be out again after being line models a hr ar many adesan hecommondoses himself copously it it e
-AL w d. "- -. utlard betT framedolty tcommplcet t over on Pined his home for seTere isgoingt e a good deal of e Pensacola ladies have veryto assail not hi mechanism b eomes te leastor
S. e same on Monday after of Pensa ill frontulle wornthis wint liberty. Itsnewheavy little to contend -with along the listr e three bi waows of it woud e a
tbe retr p ac pted. .Mr. jenninds s returned es are, tooa a close-tti collars of these our dalythe smoke nuisance known n large positive bne at nine ht bathers out
S lschloolh *TeCreithip imgu MARlh EDI e ld be of paG t erday from a visit in N ew Orleai e same featccers, which have several liberal amount of good benzoln and al- of the warm weather, or ny reaptles
St to eery Pe col the expectedhome tomorrow. pendant tabs falling g rom the poinblue..t ofm ond lotmlexion a bris apt to suffer a which s or tempting dose to take ne toher

S a the tilay tt te e rally taken the lead B RNew York and other pois ints dith fastei the necklittle to the left of tn hef l n brio et any degree of beau-s to or dyspeptic, a longer a with aco In-
tamte at the blate of m the mom This fact shoud e e h e e is bus ting Dr front of. Theseat, a to tie fashioned froms, ty t-w h Ol Lahoy Nature has refreshing resulthe reason
.e ThnIyf to ae-iast her Iild wad he Cluather collars ollow, too.e de- has nveted he Here Is a formula that an ocean of good m ed
let 9:30e-ebc^oIt .r01yt ci.ty Is9 C thoe right sort. as 'be 'Worn Is a do tt. Sfleey woa owe t

e-t bit .dentfred with this most Campbell will be glad to know that Iree, the shapes tthe net and mous- used extesvey In building up a bar- spreads all about his sky, and le
S- e o cl e he is able to be out again after being selneashion feature many rade as t were ginst the ommon doses himself cpuly wth t we-

d be ho la e confined tO his home for several close, hgh ile ar, arabou v isstudeshfamedh are bound to assail ever hie mechanism becomes the least ore
I i lt and a es c le tt they r e doing consid days by illness or orih, finol at the baae o th or her: it deranged. a
s a ca ealy e r the future one longa- fronttc with a knot f liberty. There Before o out on the street for else. Tis cools te bloo

o duwhen the late ye emem ed asto ld those whocon -oing to the brahn aad enaeths the
Sare The fidoWtitete the Boembership of the club U H de.has Inest d berH re nerve centers. It takes *Ily feor or
re se e sth ied o Mrs. E. E Saunders returned e are, too close-fitting collars of these our daily onstutonl, employ a If one stays awake t night beease
i .: Cy Tleos LUCf te orw sB Mep'E -" pendant tabs falling from the poit o mond lotion in a brisk massage, which ness or nervo can sleep for ss ca s to
Sd s-- ptant. e *u idsitated vae. Mrs. Sydney h Jseagaa bgseline will b I -the blood rushing asleep fitfullych a spong with alr te
sWde the c -frids o f, little Ahu ex e-taow mxlyplanht moeti nd the---'- w w he islaolit letothilet o t han a cold or hot bath. Tharis
*a rriem d--- th ot s as-se --,d tades Ehre Cext snege hs uedeshnot vryelt a. I11 t
I_.,QamSt thae teae.. of of the d will occur at thce home l ad have the MEALS FOR A DAY
s t BllMP~. to he f act c d Rech ot Eara t a overnmen at ale any It is not nece toB 28. ito th

...t . -,- .. U .-trt. T e os bataYtub tor Shredded Whiat Usit, withe rai mnl
MOMfot T l e fueoiture ofamhedfrn in e loca ante B ot Ofln e e over the bak y astd wipe It over the egg town t
Sa 9atheer 'st ( a161 grs. a teretont t these aomed *ry tire surfnce Fried ski. It is foy ore
b".. '-r - ss.W MAIMonDG r-dnav w lame *fgodfr hr hospital, su eede

44 t o h Et tT .Eot hE oioRTfAINED. IBn^ | Beaten BnrI wsgthw Honey hW
ilttnf 1olte MrsJ E. FT.ML Brue as o.Sle s B aa |r Bason willDbring-thner blood -------- te. on talt tt lf t alcohol at the base of the neck tE
IL-w ,MPlot ats be )Anm" e rmemremet amereoong one long thi anywhere else. This cools the blood

---. ------ when tee th 1 ortl a Of the Roub club going cntoa t M the brain own Sir SmaoothMSce. oth

dV et mte at, *reets The afternoon bwas spent in g- OI NA EVERY PIECEBotr PoT.ater....
S. *rfts L a n do s t 1Mrs. i n / Par u reserved Peach Cobble for with W r
bfnl n In d-mintg d vAseo Sydney lgafter such a poring. Itis f better
Srth that he Is el m redeiving an t aquarim of gold ho mont h than a cold or hot bath. That

ginaail a~msmable feast- Oing of the club will take placorat Neufchatel C .
a th.. me of Mrs. H. G. DeSilva. Coee
S about MSlh CHIPLEY Note.-Any lady wishing to submit ABB DANI
"" 'g wta .a a bill of fare similar to the aeve may
V Miss Ele Chipley entertained the do so by sending the sme aresed
Teday Bridge Club at her home on to the editor of the Woma's Depart- DAUS
West Cervaes street yesterday. borne in mind, however, t x- e t

ASTNIL&.U CLUBDon't call for vanilln't e atis-
MINCt MEAT Among the 1 ant events- of yese e
rAterd. ateti weas the regular eet orbut call for, demad and inst on
_ d ^ur B//J lU ^ Dr. Mald.wyKeinnedy ,having Blue R- YXU
SLATEST FAD IN -- -has retad t3e city tund reued Dance at C" c f A, l
Pat lthis regular prctice. in Bin st -Dr. p

SBuildng. s 9:30 to 12, and 3 to Wednesday, o r 28.
C--r m 'T m .rITcHLL TUx Y AN D EGGS DT.
S" onft tBS, Wavy and wmin e bWlacte in the city. Can
Pan be found at Vf Parmacy th tBle R4b&4
Straight swit s, fluffy hair wG or wrM CLOT. "~&' "n Mna n Do ert, Ce a s al 1
iThe illustration shows a tract des ign for a gow of Ught clot. 4a G .
'O G. llsHar GnO desot i n eitthe model being in white abgedi with a black satin tie. =d black sat- *
D tods In binding at the edges of the lipper -leves. Tiy coTds of the white cloth
SW were used to finish the edges W the pJece Scrtes the bodice tront and the m O a Alabmn Dr Clarence D'q n I
K .at little panels on each side, ap Il e clth-* severed buttons were used down M
either side of the cloth panel. fpa wait to tip line. The yoke of the LAND COMPANY has opened his pieUin.t oSS" In
SMrs. No*dstraw s line ry, gon was of white net. and the shirred leevs were flashed down the IosmOemM Mo the Brent building. Booms 312-334.
uter arm by a frill of the- n t =.4bl in scallop effect with white lingerie U H'11 to" 2 t-pi Subcri
No~1'reast -Ii __dtaMt.buttons. i^ ND KILN-DRIES SAM.


iest way to clean
are --solid or -
-is to BOIL it.
3e silver in a large
over it with cold
Add half a cake
y Soap, shaved
et on the stove
the water boil
I the soap is dis-
Pour off the
nse the silver in
Later and wipe it
rhamois cloth.
'ory Soap
Per Cent. Pure.
OI .


.of P.

5 and members of alt K. -i
this city, and all vialting
the order are earnestly re-
ttend meeting of Rathbone
o0 Thursday night, October
ck, prompt.

"e Representative has ap-
ipecial date for his report of
of the Supreme Ledge, and
he order in this city full In-
regard to all new and pros-
ation of the Supreme Body.
LLE, C. C.
R. S.

:TOBER 29.

Srg Worke a Sed-f


s the modern
f laundering a

one machine in
hat can do this.
und at the

plun Laundriyga

veteran Firemen's Associa-

at Knights of Columbra
it Friday In each month.
L8, President.
e io 1, Dsughter e
My Inv~te to be P Iwit.L
JONN5ON, N. 04

Chase. W. Fain,

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a YATES& M. D.


be for The Journal1

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If you have property tor sale or
exe;jange or if you wazt, to Imid
your Idle mone.v umn real estate
wortgages at good rate of Interest,
Call us.

Asenft Thiemn SWIdM@
0008 sees" FMW.

[I A warehouse with Private sidetmoL.
Stores East Gardeii xt.. near Palafox,
V-$I;'. to $20 each.
S. AV. corner Zarragoosa, and DeVU-
it licrs. $50.00.
1 ::171j South Palafox. upstairs, pool
11 room. $30.W.
Stores. Gadsden, and Gth avenue. $10.
104-106 South Tarragonna, OIL, S-40.00.
ifix W. Gregory.
119 S. Raylen,
Fisherville. modern. 317.50.
f 116 W. Roman&. $15-00.
51% W. Grexori, VLBO' '
1113 -N. 9th avenue. $19.6k
t !009 Strong St.. $16.60.
..7 1,. Romana. $25.00.
2200 N. Spring. $10.00.
1622 N. 7th. $12.N.
.Ito West Mail]. $9.00.
1115 W. LaRita. $7.00.
t 130 XV. Intendencla, $9.0)0.
6 East Garden St.
FOR RENT-House at 11swon. Gande, 5
I large rooms. at $1t.50 per nsouft. All-
I ply to William PackhRm, Pensaeoft, Fla.
FOR HNNIT-Store building on IS W.
Corner Zarragessa and Bawlen streets.
Avpl,. McMillan & McClure. .9 W. Inten-
;idenela St. Phone 271. 9027tf
FOR RENT Two nicely furWshed rooms.
1! eentrally located. nive family. Apply
r 304 West Romana, st. :!4oetlw

MR RENT-A furnialk4 "O&CO of four
r rooms at the Old Mill, Inn. Apply to
Miss Ullie Taylor.

INIfItIM. gdc"LTS CL v t TT

Wbat You Want Some"o Else May Have. ADVKR 7sK ir sk s#, What Yoi

tES&JLT* -

r Want.,


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


206 *'P&I&%K St. Pbwm 187. Penesoole. Florida

w ::U I $540 Will Buy:

;--0 avr". inset-timp nine. three mileq northwest ot
4-i"'; land in high state (kf rultivation. fret- of pturrjK.;-
witli re--idt-nee and g4od improvemratN; will. In the
near future. t.w, surburban property. A fine inventinent.
Buy $2.5W Will Buy: I e
i rart
Lot b0xI50. vorner 0,rvantes sineet and Eieventlhi.._0rt't .beX,
$1.%OW.Will 13uv:
%-,r:k- desirable building hit. '.Ort
The followInK eottag" all muted---a riffiod interefft -
Lm e. Or paying investirnent: I eottagt- vorner Wright and 19.
nd 1-i

streets; ;; 4-ottaices on Alv&nix. bet. Brainard and
zalex; 4 ewtages on Entinard. bw-t. Gonzalez anda
niz: 21 cottaxes on Davi. bet. Brainard and GonzAl,
-(4)ttages mi G.-itzale-z. twt. Brainard and Ale4wi& 4joi -
our property with us. '%%'e get resulte.

3E=b XZ 4C> 3E=' M; 3EZ

Who are paying rem*_ read this ad. We
have A number of lots on pretty level
ground. 9 and 7 blot-kx north and north- B
east of th sholm, on whieli we will build
4*FtAges of four rooms and up and sell
thern an eas'y payments. Do you
want a home. U6 you want to 01
get rid of paying rent7 Come and
"" us, and we will build t4o suit yown. cs
AOW In the time. for lumber and building
material are going up. IN

Lesfie L Brooks Co. Ic
43 South Palaftx Stre"

I Wiff Buflod a House 5

To suit you and sell it on
easy payment plan on two!
lots on corner of 18th Avenue 1 1
and Gmefndon street. Take at
look at the lots and ring me
up Monday.
This is your chance.

W. Buffock, fte L




FOR SALE.-l-W cane-tKatoin dining
room chairs as good as new. Cost $1.00
eaell. Must go at 45,c eauh. Will -ell
one or an Many as you Want. Apply tw-
pheum Theatre. :.Mout-l%-
FOR SALO one Jesse French piano
good an now abmolut*-Iy faultlesg. will
rell ebeap. call. in permon or addre" Hox
49, Sammop, Ala. 280t-t-2w*
MR :i8AfAF,--Asvaxe hatnin't-fless rifle,
30-30 calibre. 32 Colts Automatic pistol,
jwrfe4-t.ooDditIen. Both for $25.04). Dr. C.
Ray Mitchell. 402 Thtesen Buikling.
FOR I$ALZ CHEAP-Pimeton In good
runn order MM ode 1-horse spring
wason -in -8, cowAftfien. Apply J. A.
Kirkpptrick. = IM Cladeden. 25oct3t*
FOR 8A.LV&--O bed-room sult: also
Vi~ t
ve 7 and gas plate. at
North Devu St. 15oct1wo
FbK i4ALE-Fine bews, hen houees. full
a horse- buggy,
goods.. 'V and household
Jackson St. on
ba"m !5oetlw*
vines. Peach Trees etc. Address Jan.
Blotneley. FeruMlVine.-tard, Contonment..
OU.. or &VVW to Clyde'Blomeley, Union
Trading Stem L1501--tlm*
F16R SAIX CHEAP. thrt,. eight witeel
Undsey Log Wagow*, must go. Bank of
Pollard Als. L40ct7t
FOR BALM-One fine self-T&-ding heater
practically new. at a bargain. W. R.
Merkwetber. 112 & Tarragona St. :!:.,octjw
FOL114NO SANITARY CDT. chairs, gas
stove. rmall heateg. dreafter. wambstand,
and xmidl whbdow shades. Apply 501 1,.
Gov*rnment streeL =oetlw*
FOR SALE-lParm of 1" acves, I* miles
*00 P*n9&C01& PriCe $1500. Address
F. H.. P. 0- Box -n'- Pensacola, I-Ia.

ONE ROOM cornydetety furnished for
light housekeeping. Gas and phone. 301
W. Chase. 27ovt I w
FOJF RENT-Newly furnished room. close
in on car line. %pply 23ti W. GiAern-
ment street. 27 Oct] W*
FOR RUNT--Good, comfortable place to
board and room. Southern exposure.
Ap9ly 420 West Chew street. three door--
from car line. Good location. 26oct'd t*
to business ven4er, private familt, 230
W. Government St. 2601-w*
TOR RMk;T-FNrrnixbed and unfurnished
roaniz6 time of ow range. 101-* N. Alcantz
street. Phone 11002. Call in mornJngs.
TWO OR THRMC fumished rooms in
private family, for light housekeeping.
Balb and gas: desirable neighborhood;
also one front room for one or two gen-
tlemen. 42:1 W. Gregory. :3ioetlw*
FOR RENT---VAnnfortable furnished rotom
with wks and bath. one block from Pala-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 1604L-tlni*
TWO NEWLY furpUbed rooms. with
bath room attachto.. Apply 216 South
Alcaniz street. Isoeume
T14REE NEWLY furulokwd rooins with
kitchen and bath room atLaelwd. Ap-
ply 216 .44. Ak;anis St. IsoctInto
R00318 TPOR RVACr-Centrally located.
Good nelgliborhood. -12 K Garden St.
Also rooms for 4*6it housekeeping at
PinhervUle on the boach. Terms reason-
able. Xrx. C. J. Allm Phone 162.0.

WA NTUD-Harse. buggy and harness.
WM tratle fer xood lot (in K. Palafox
Istreet. j4ddrbas "Exchange," Care 4~-
*JLL 2boct1we
WANTED-Your repair work on Wind-
VWM and wells. All work guaranteed
8013MICIOrY or inoney refun&A- I also
dewn welh4 on epay terimp. Give me
CH& phone IM. 'P. 0. Box C. A.
IM Lakeview Avenut. 25oct1w*
4X*M0 To Y-.-. g.M horse for
delivery work. Apply D. J.
$rAVMMP--~Uon by young lady Me-
soon" -or. Can give reference. Ad-
71"s 1C. J846n mt. Voetlfte
WIMMAD innall cash reXister. Ad
Irase "Itesister," Care Journal. octl-dtf
as vimular saw Hier.
J emew in ftat-elaws rnill, cutting
Ver expert. Al preference. Xddreis
24. "PUcKoaxle Ala. 1-roct1we
to know that the Solo-
MOSA"Ure Compony sells blankets,
bed IL rusx. and lace eur-
or 4""thkv PAY1040ts.
911 and our salesman will call.
Fuluttare Co., W. Government
dveW'AnX and print-,
at Johnsou's Book Store. 3octIme
WAMIRD,-All the ladies to know that
In Parisian tailerbW
Z Parisian Tailoring
Building. lee-Uns
WANT to make your stencils and
do any k1wiA of electrical or
*=Ww repairing. Lloyd a Rarom a
WeNt-Womans. Phone 919. 24ftert

Collection of rents a spe-
cialty. Don't you think it
is time to invest in some good
renting propcity? We have
several good investments to

CaU, write or telephone.

'McMfllan & McCIt;&e

Real Estate, Rent and Loans.
No. 9 W. Intendencia St.
Phone 271.
Pensacola, Fla.



In Amy


of the


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WANTEP-A good s"-ond cotpli f---r hotel.
Apply Merchant's Iltotel-
WANTED-A V-r'UHg 11141% IWIW,-11 16 and
18 years old to Work ir Shot- I-Mpart-
Tnent. Must he williniz to work. *,t ta t e
salary expected, with ref-.-rcnves. S. S. R
Care Journal.
WAINTED-A pr"ser at onv. Apply 12
Went Hornana street.
WANTP.I>--A reliable woman t-- 4 -di
help care for children. Apply- 3rrs;.-Vi-
Mus Oerting, Cor 1'th Aventie and j Ith
street. t
WANTEU-Men to learn lxarbo-r trade.
Few weeks 4-ninple-tr-s. fito flairg con-
stantly hu'Ry. Careful instrm-tors. tools
giveti, diplomas graulvd, wages Satin-
days. positions waiting. won4J#-rftjl (lP -
mand for grminates. Write im, Cataliogu,-
Moler Barber College. -New (-)rloan-4. La.

siva-ly or Ade Ilnt-. the SW(Km. Drug
rAspensary and M'h(olt-salt- Liquor trade
for a straight Kentut-ky AVIOsky guaran-
teed under thf- Pure Foixi Laws and
uclopted by the U. S. Gox-rnrnent forlin-
pital purpose-4. An easy st-11cr. Writ-
quick for priq-"-. territory, ctv. HfIx 294.
Covington Kent ticky.
'11'ANMEIII--An experlencecl vook to liv..
on premises. Apply Southwest vorner
F"unt street and 12tis at-.nuv. oct: It f



FURNISHEM ROOMS by the day. w".k
or month. A, 2 x. 71ifox st.
light housek"plue., LAPOY 614 E. Jack-
son street. 7octlm*
POR RENT-Reortw'taultalme for I light
hoiLsele"ping. Avp* corner cervantes
and Cordova streem tPhofte 1457. 6octim
I FOA SAIX ADS. mLl*'&" bring results.
y don t you try The Journal's Want
A The'y are doing wonderful things
I for other people and why mot you?
1 FOR RENT-Purwished or unfurnished
front room, southern and eastern ex-
I posture. phone and batIL to desirable
Party. North Hill. IftIvate ftintly. Ad-
dress Box V64.

Your oWers for fresh an"
taws. D4at% nart of
=;a Meat Marke4 nOf-J&B-t
9 am 1
jVAM"5DAll kinft of vecond-hamd-
to us: ship them to
'774"'Mmm"! "w7w= to up. Owner
&wd2WM'and Alc6alm streets. Telephone
-- F. 10. MeDen & Co. .4"pt
'ffAMWD-A 'buyer for 15 lot, In ona
0" house with S lots on East IM
Amdrews. 7 N. Pagatox lit. 2*epttf
"W-Iftdt. Dw =6112,
SCUD. all south, Pulatsm street.
IM95144 a" I"& UAW
VA=3itt:L IL NUMUmm wwats v
IIZ- --*- .as

FOR UAXJ;-ets. comforts. bed-
spreads. raw and We eurtains. Weekly
or monthly paymments. Phone 971 and our
salesman will call. Solomon Furniture
Co.. W. Government St. 10octim
F0R.'$A1X-ThiiVM'qd lands in large or
small *racta. 41OUtbern Real Estate and
Investament Co.. Momaton. AJ&. OVt3tf
LAUNCIL22% feet long. 44-inch beam 7
ff. P. enwine. Speed about 19 miles per
bour..Apply A- A. Wrighten, 6 W. Ro-
mans, street. septutf
FOR BAIXo--A Me 2-storv house with all
audern convenience% on East Hill, one
block Imm car 4pe and on a corner fac.
Ing south and eaft. Larwo lot. smioo.
FOR besee on Bayou
Chme, the 0,00ra-VVIUM M cost more
than -the soft 916006 at $4M.
A S-reem bouse a" 6 lots on M;ast HUI.
at sum
A 6-ften 9011-410t*-Oft West Gar-
A 4-reein house. owner Jok M. Spring
8L C4000 hi, s2m.
A rp-reom house a" 3 lots on North
A ReMWM'the corner of Chow and
DeV ier *Voets, at SOW.
Cottage an W. GOMIWelat St.. $I_-00.
Cottage on 1AUe Bayou at $1600.
SOU'a business WOPerty on Palafox.
Garden. D&YIen and liatendencia. Ste. Pri-
ce% on reques
Also sonne for sale.
JOUN N. DAY, 6 Fast Garden St.
BMAD COMARS-Latest novelty oug;
in colars red, white. blue and aml-wr,
sent to any addreffie on receipt of tirty
pentB. Lostpald. Phone. 1629, P- 0. Box
No. 7. Psssa&-ola. jqg.
FOR "LJC OR RXKT--9e&Weze vttg,,
OR ftuts RON& sound. Good outbulld-
tugs and about 19 acrem land. extending
from P@n8a0@4& b&V *0 Sgta Ron& Sound.
HarrY W. Gibbs. 2"a ,;t.
I -'aux


141, E-3
Tit*- foRowing report In furnished dalLY
for The Journal by Markis & Gayle. F. 0.
H. cotton averchanw. Pi-nsat-ole. Fla.:
Good middling .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 0%
Strict middling .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 0
Middling .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..11%
Strict low middling
Savannah. Ga.. October. 2:.-foHow1nW
are tiw iiuval stoi-em quotations:
q%"%% .... .... .... .... .... ....
W G .... .... .... .... .... .... ..
N .... .... .... ...
M .... .... .... .. .. .... ..
K .... .... .... .... .... .... .. 4.76
1 .. .... .... o ... ........ 3.90 to 4.40
It .... .... .... .... .. o.3.50 to 3.U
*; ... .... '... -,
F, .... ..... .... .....
10 .... .. ..... .... ... ...
. .. .... ..... ... I .... ...

M. A_-vtA P. Co..-

%%aw&n Tun

Pftmmola, M&

DeLuna Street .................... S-10;i.00
209 jP-' Intendenels, Street .... -.-S 6-00
106 S. Tarragon Street .......... Sl#.66
10-0 S. Tarragon Street .......... $12.00
13 W, Romana Street ............. $33.s5
N. Palafox street ............... S40."
Store near Palatex Street.
Boarding Houses-
National Hotel, 19 rooms ......... swoo
300 1- Wright Street ............. S25."
Owe fin @--
1401 ty St'h Avenue ............... 1 19.00
1900 X. P*Iafox Street ............ SIL6.60
1107 Past Cervantes .............. 615.09
M) North Reus Street ........... 16.00
724 W. Zarragossa Street .......... 10."
N. Reus Street ................. U6.40
1211 E. Cervantes Street .......... 312.60 Avenue and 13th Street
Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street-214.00
:1.08 E. Intendencia Street ......... SM.00
613 1,. (lovernnii-nt Street
1307 E. Strong St ............... 312.30
101- E. Strong Street ............. x1a. "
Faj-ge IQ-roorn house at Flaherville,
with elpotrie lights. bath, hot and tdd
water; c8n he rented flar lahad or unfur-
nished. 2 servant houMs in yard: 2 blocks
from var line.
Cor. Ronuum and Palafox Sts.. two *1111-
ces upstairs.
The Fisher -Real Estate

PARTIES out or & Job Should try The
Journal's Want Coltnans. The cost is
sy#Wl and results almost certain. At any
rate. they are worth try* ftr ym have
all to gain amd nothing to lose.
IP TOLT HAVE anYtbftg.t*r rest why not
advertise it In the3e columns? Every-
one Is sure to see it.
A warehouse with prIVAte sidetrack.
Stores East Gardim UL. new ftbWftw
$is to $20 each-
317% South P&Iafox. u9staIrs. pool room,
nore. Gadoden and Gth avenue. $10.
m-iof South Tarragona St. SMAL
119 S. Etaylen. $20.00.
FIbiberville. modern. S17-54,
116 W. Rornana. $16-00-
low stv M g St.. SIS-00.
ST E. Romana. 52LOB.
129 East Chase.
220111 -N. Spring. $10.00.
1922 X. 7th. 1112.60.
.10 wqtst main. U.".
1301 W. IntendencIS. $11M.
9 East Garden St.

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eq).NKEly7s 1106TVURF will t-ure vour
wheezing. swellen-hit-aded fowls. F. S.
Jile-lien & Co.. Phone 3.14. oct17
FOR SALF-Ont- gqxd Jersey Cow with
young calf. Apply T. M. Well". 14oct

2,0917---stuall, 144kck va.-dinier-4 shawl.
v&h3ed by owner by re-axon of assoc-ia-
lieW Find4pr please, advlu Mrs. Van-
VJWe. N. JaCktoon Ftreet. on Bayou
]ANOr-GOld and ainothyst romary. 4-Ithew
in St. Michael** churt-li on Fbalator
qtroot or on ear. Reward Vor retuen to
"s Illimat Gregorv. octMtf
LOST-A nihnoep* gold watch and fob
with annual atedal attarhod. Monogram
"A. L. W." on watch and fob. %*jne an
mp4W. *'Loulme NVIlliarns." Re-word on
rrAurn of pnnwrty to B. NVIlliani& 304
Thliesen BtAlding. :50cate
IA')XT--GohI louk-et. containing Initials
61R. L. K.- Reward for return to 36 S.
TWO POINTER LKbG.,;. n~ poorhouse.
one white. with liver spots. very long
and lean. had on round leather cellar.
Otbee no3ld rpd, fat and has wart on top
of bibek. Not above Wl. Reward for
return to W. W. Martir. at McMillan
& C&*e jta)Iew, 120 W. IntenZtncla. 27sep

mal linethod. Harmony. Theory. Peda-
wak Students qualified for teaching.
Cortl8cate awarded. Phone 997. Ms6ame
S. jusim HUIL loctlan
4torganist. and chnirmaster of Christ
Chuvh. teach" the Piano (Stuttgardt
#Wxtem). singing (opqn t4hroat Italian
metbod). organ wid theory( Including
orabostratWa.) P. 0. Address. Pensacola.

LQW-Uonoy. thne and patience by not
0" adroontage of Tbe Journars
W140ft Ul. They alwww- bring results.
Aid tbW are not expensive.
7Vft "IX OR EX HANOM-A so" 6-
reans bouse with all w&rn q:onvenled-
clew In and close to thr" car Itnea,
onrivangti for city property. John IN.
4 met Garden street- 25aug
UP yies tblak It to time to -turn I*@W
"inia, bAs you a Year 0160, P"
lk so" we ad columom

feculted at the Dt.
row 30. where I vH1 be
glad ft mrse my old tHoWs and nuoy
now ONWA. x0eftim &I and trous-
;;=, epociQ Waution. Mrs. L. 11
Je% 26octiwe




PROPLE. are finding out 0~7 41AY that i wz.%"rER REWOFM-Tho -Old Mill" Inn.
The Journal's Want Calufanx Are All on bay &bore. 10 minutes ride from cit,.r
that is elaivned for them. UM try -on electy" ir car line, will be open for thit, EF TEM HOUSEWIVE, whoo- cook left
tbem and v#t what you want? winter Oct. 1. AN noodern convesuiences wftbout notice to wi--e, she will pftce an
Address 34[iss 11-111 Taylor, ---Old Mnl.; ad-- to tbene columns Ibr another and thus
To CATTLE OW_ haw. % -pur 0 1 I[nn. P*a-maeola. F-Sa. Pbvnc M. Fwypt, end all the trivubge at
bred Jersey bull for swvIce- Bales 42'
In advance. Racer GwsleY "rvAr LAML-A oty to rent or m-
I an
&venu* and 24th street. elti.* or. I i t You bs;ve UnIess: Avk* of old newVapem
"a x4elifte U In a Journsire waft 1
MR SALE-Two good mules. 1-f*W M- 66& up. m neat bu-n-diks for
Brooks. XVERY HOTE L ta West Florida SMS'salm Sp a bundle. at The Imr-
I Souft Alabomms. should Carry a SMWI ad
to tbts eelumn. Tbf- roe ft only 0.50
SUMISCRIMIL FOR THE JOLMItP#^L. p@vnwnLh for lour Unm or Issn. nal oWlm

16(;4' S are Eggs i (loilkey'-t [Aying Tonle
NGGS are Fggso j. efff4-tive.
F. *-- MELLEN & CO.. Phone No. 3U-
FOR SAIJE-Ravvirw Park Poultry 3wrdw.
Con 14Lh x4r.'pt and --9th avenue, have
Mat-k Miao-cras. Etarred riymouthrocks.
rum bred cockrels and eggs far sale. W.
T. Tracy. Or-tsItt

WLTLLMM MOM A8W&c%&,*Ia. omest
establish, a In elty-
bw* tr" bmam
,own SLIA and $2-041. spec-
gel mum bw &.5makhm Pao& isj
THE 30!M PUMM& C&nmJ Edi-
flaws at uo' e Pull of Illustration!-
: be loco views. 7UL tb,4, thing to send to
t-49-0&M M09MIUL They are ready for


FOIU'-Nb-Tho right place to buy blankets.
UOCACOrts. bedM*read*. rugs and lace vur-
WNW on weeW.- or monthly paymentst.
CWI Ifteno 471 *nd our smIesnian wlil vall.
Soio YuMkurr Co.. W. Intendetwia St.

rii. and Sjim -afler__i V-.,rn.-.w-,hen-
rest I-IM cam.wW rw^ thrbaoh Palafox
Ntr-t to the, pwtodlce wP* Ur w4st. -Hill.

fenq",p&_ Fla-

Subsuibe for The joumal.

For quick sale, we are agerinc xo
326 Fast Intendencia. street. cozsjs;
Of -a comfortable little kosse close in,
lot 4ft172, beautiful nowers aW fte

Elegant building lot an East Cer-
vantes street. 7fti.1-9. Juf-L the place
to build yourself a home. .

Lanp lot and Improwensafts, on West Garden i
*m Investmnent and a barmin.

$12.50 Per Acre.
For 35 acres of seed land, about 4 mHes Ymm the

or and Ckurches.

street, near Palafox. A

Awd 'Conveniont to

ftior" Kill, 6004k", A W, -both, otc.,
from North HIM cart line, A bargain.

SpeciW Mention.
We are offering, for quick sale, a large brick building, all rented. Very
mw the. businam center. PartkuMm terms. etc, sWAY fut"Ished to bona-
"0 pwvkawr&

Phone 08.

Thiesen Bldg.

Buy a lot aiod build a house now in Kupfrian's Park
for $1.800.00 It will tw- worth iii I year-s $3.500.00. Add
SnOO.00 per year rent rect-hed. A profit of $:.,7Oo.#0 equals
to I.-PO per vent or W per vent,
$10.00 per month deposited on savings at 4 per tN-nt
interest compounded for 3, years would ikutount to
$10.00 per month paid on Kupfrian Park Campany lot
for 3 years would get the deed. guaranteed to be worth
S446.40-no telling how mueh more.
Should You die after making six d*pdoits on vartags
your beneficiaries would get'SM46. In case of death
after making -six payruents on the lot. vour beneftlaries
would get the lot worth SM.00: *you have made the In-
vestment while you 1hred and left the inoney safe and
IncreasInK all the time.
-olored prople can own a lot.
No t H&* building
Sunshine atind pure air. healthful. homelike and
beautiful. For furtker information call. on
OWEN-CIARK CO., Real F-sum

FOR RENT-House at Bayou Grande, 6
larige rooms. at $12.50 jwr month. Ap-
ply to William Packham, Penaacela. Fla.

"R -HALKA lai *e,,ipwre nmtt, 10 first-
clam caddItion.. Pixher Real Ostate
Aseacar. o(.t-,itr
]POX HAIX-One Pay -Shoales Typewriter.-
practic*Uy new. Address Box A. A..
Ponmmcdo6 PUL iftet

WANTED-A tirst-vla.-.s look. Good:
salary. Apply 229 -N. Spring stro-et. COPPE M O B IL
HAVE YOUR TYPEWRITERS repaired 'WANTICO-An expertonv--d "licitor to RAW
and put in working order. Price reason- sell blankets. vomforts. bedspieads.
able. C. J. Allen. Tyrewriter Expert, rugs. sind lac-f- curtains. art weekly or
Wadker's Book Store, 1hone 1693. arriontbly Installments. Salomon Furnltnre PENSACOLA
27oct-lw-* 'Co., W. Government St. 10octlirn COMPANY.
NORTH tflll. GREENERY-Flowers for WANTEW-Lady 81141 -I-litleman 41an-
all occasionp. Crysarithernums. Carna- vassers to handle usefiji household arti- Pensacola-Fort Darrancas, Schedule.
tions and Roses. lbPaigim K spe4lalty. cle. Good money: selln at sight. Apply WINTER DAILY SCHECLUE.
Sweet Pea, seed. 919 Raylen St. oct2`orf 310 E. Government St. 4oct Effective Thursday. Octobe 1. 1908.
Leave Pensacola. Leave Ft. Sarrancas.
CUT FLOW F.R.8--ooders taken for all oc- UN-CLE `-AM Iwants 'Stall Carrh-rs and 5:30 a. in ................... 6: 00 a. rn .
camlons, particularly for weddings and Postofflee Clerks. Examinations her" 6:00 a. in ......... 1:15 a. n.
fusierals. Mine Leila C. Ret-se, 519 V. Noveinber IX. Examinations far Railway 7:15 a. In ......... ........ F:00 a. lot.
Baylen. Phone -n*-,- --220oct Mail Clerk. CUstornsClerks and Clerks at R:00 a. m. 12:45 a. in.
Washington veering. 3600 to $1600 yearly. m. 9:30 a. in.
IF YOU WANTED a tile- carriage and! Comnion 'education anfficlent. Prepara- 10:1r# a. in.
.#:30 a. 11 ...................
match horses for a wedding or to go tior. free. Write. Franklin Institute. 10: 1.-. .1. in. . 11:00 a. in.
calling. where would yoii go to get tlt*m?: Reocheater. N. 1-. 11:60 a. M. ......... 11:45 a. nt.
To Pensacola Livvry Stable, or rinw: 11 A5 a. in. ... ..... .....
Phone 29. ot-t1btf 1,21:34) 1). In. 1 : I.-. op. in.
MONEY TO LOAN. I : N, P. in ................... 2:00 P. M.
J. (-. YOUNG w.11 rompair your umbrella. 1 00, p. in. 45 P. M.
Make it good new. Charges mod -.,4.-. p. ni ................... 3:30 P. ITS.
S. I WE have 8100,000.00 in guz-anteed. first
ate. 22% Tarrl$49011a, between Garden 1:30 P in ................... 4: 15 p. in.
and Rornana Sts. 29ftept I CIA", 3 per cent mertgages on city reJLl 4 1- p. rn .......... 12648t. only 7.:10 p. m.
'estate in any amount from $190.00 U il
IF YOU VrAj;T TO BORROW money; I You have worked for your money. now p- ;-.: P. ?it. SaL. tonly- 1:4.'. P. Y-- f:. in.
F1 t C.:wo P. In. 4. --. :;-.. ti: --;o p. in. 7:00 p. m.
or If you wdluld like to lend some at a It work for you. The sher Rea! Estale P. M. 7-15 P. Ill. -.:!'0 P. m-
good mite of Interest on _gilt-edged se- Age*", 206 S& Falafox Street.
9: (W) p. ni. 7-:1 Tr p, jp% 2:46 p. in. 8:30 p. in.
eurity; try Tpq JqurziW'g Want Colunwr. - :4:M p. In. 9:06 p. in. 9: C; p.m. 9:10 p. m.
It Is the onckest, eisiffiest mind cheapest;' Are you getting 3 per cent. 'net for, 161441 P 11. 1;:45 p. m. !4:31A p. rn.10:34 p. m.
way. your money? If not. -ou don't get all! 11:011 1,. tn. 9: 30 P. Tn. J to: I h P. m. 11: 30 p. in
A. H.- McLXOD & CO.. 8aiimakers---Cwi-. that U "coming to we Cask 91se-e It; 1h: 15 P. IIN"I 1.00 P. m
-mas from 14-inch to 99-Int Is. on Brat mortsaxes on impr -1 1:30 1). m
erty. Bow muct, does It p= 010 Lj' in. trALin from PenAiq#oI*,wM
welzbtr Large supply of Awning Goodr,' lay L171 Th- 7. 1 an,
0 nothigg? Leal 112 inn as a local tralft hs-roafter. Th^_5:16)
Teiltsi, i-!ota. Iftentnuckm. etc.. always in , d;= ,"- p. ni. train I'mm R" nva;s will niake all
stocIL 749 South PaWo3r. 111aug:
-K& CO.. Thor st,-ps. o-xvept on Saturdays, when a local
KF06CHANTS TRANSIF .. a XO=Y LOANED an &IM Klaft of car wi.T! Ria.maye al :;* p. m.
Thairsenc Prop., aollcits mill -kinds of songj pftpetty on short notice, = i -fh.- Daym'' kockr win tw-
jno%1hC and bauling. Purniture packed: terms. 19tibuftan lots sold an easy pay dirwontinued. ext"t oii Saturday
for shipment. Furnittize stored. Of!ffoi-, nutats. J. 3. Gmy Co.. 2 W. Ronma&-. -
ybone, 973. Depot phone 7.04. 211netf freight leav4lk pensAL;OLK at
-I:# a.m.
YOU AJW JUDOXI) by your prirting.: MONEY LOANED. on real estate anA Ito: 17, a. m.
It tog" Ift vsw* f^ have the best. H&,Ve, perseaW property In tne c:ty of P"k- P. m.
It -4 an at itbe 111114yes Printing Co.. 24 W., saicals, on short notice. Terms easy- J. Thrutigh fre.1ght leaves Penea, ola at
W. BUIllardl. 29% Soutb Falallowc streeit. 1:1:i P. m.
JXCL A. BERG-Mimer of sails. tents. SU94DAY SCHEDULE.'
avmtagii tarpmlins. dray covers. Agent; Firt -ar leaves Pensacola at 7:-Wo a. in.:
Carpiffilift-s- POrfoctd& AW111.111R. only per- S----ond --ar at 14:00 a. in.. and from that
fect r~ wtnftw awalne nsade. 'Ift &,NOTICE OF REMOVAL. 1%.jur on. I;io, wipk day seheduI4- will bt.
J61111110111001 s1b*sL IPst-r% #A. exr4#-pt A ear %-Ill leave FfWt
V4arrancas at ;#:(00 Ft. m. instead of .-P:14) P.
:NOTICE OF leas-4 ni.
.4 Z.. .
1 OWELS. the store. X-. 1111 IN'ri-th Paldfux FrPiglit ar will trial.-- but one trip.
for Z; years. I sh;zll he glad to -- all 111%., lea% Ing Penza 310 a. m.
fri-And-a anJ niany is--w thvi-e.,
tftbw In the stwe or in the horne The Yours for bustrips-c. J. N. Andrcw!:. WEST HILL SCHKOULE.
JouragO woft them at 19ve cents per bundle Passengers wigwag to go to W"t Hill
Tber am Really tied and. conveftisat to' will take North Hill cars and tranmf*.r to
West Hill car ad L& Rua and Devillier
PERRONAIL- streets. ex1[;rPt -every --w4N* day after 5

IMR BALF-41evwW-Imadl Kranivil
Ww-h PUW*. ch"p and on e&sy terms.
Ptione 33. ftept

Us meet amd"&o ortreet. Z-atery. 7-
re bovissi. no" ceindition. now rented
Om Ise bwjWit fe;
Wz6T=W$*.%_PWnth- Haslarge
lot our-roundoo bF ftautiful skade tre".
AppW W IL Clutter. at The Ciutter idusic
House. Imaug


All WON k Testes QU=W*sm4
m ftr price& Wo one *so~

A lot of old
tied up in neat bund)m f
iali 5c a Wadle, at The jow.

hdm=,be for The Joummi,

Neither the vapLaitk. owners
aw cousimmm" o!' Ve Italian
ship 144mbe w411 tw rusponalble
fair evatrawted by the





Few Bmgains In -Real Sub Co

"4L F. Geuth ftlaftX &L Ptwme No. 54.



- '* -- -. i II g... r -- m i i [ i "

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k."~~h m .1-<-' ,

) t
aid bonito at Glen

j 4 under the, critical eyes of
Q propagating, and testing
6 -


A^hwT lme toihme
OMuOes, jL s, Gpefruit, Peaches, Pears, Pecuas. Figs, '
SMaWe Ti, Shrubs, Roesand Vines are a few leading
Item of eu"r cop-plte stock, everything comprised
m iuwbich has been grown because it is adapted to
S6qudw pnting.
Ou r mpi M illrastted Ctaltue \
amizmfrw o theo e tb.e asS for it,.

G. T arik ^T. H. RAOLD Hum, Secy.
'...... ..i.



Icd~S mind

aieboredcik bai-

lis.v4;.Ai4 ly iay of the Penscl

3 .1u 'lsmm* 81Wi e ~uof War-
=~* CAP.'$ Seet, silWe -yesterday
wit 1o* psmb~ ~I'ale mppers.
~t~euin~k mpeSaie &q wished
4l~bs~l~ p~pis of redl
Sr r aACo..

so dy 1'e* orthe

pool h h yesterday. Most
rtoto iw rd -Sob caught'toear Per-

unteed Sumday fr~wa
oafur *ahecol, sailed yes

TWW Gonerassa barellos sailed yes,

. T Prttahk stesmakip Pomaron was
' V St9 Wtowoa whart yesterday
*"iOg to ttke an bunker coal. She
6t not yet takMi en caro.
lm e- british stesamshla Ardmount
wles called here for bunker coal
will Mu t"ay. .
The rivet steamers Capt. Fritz and
ap lwe Inished unloading car
S O al stores at Jefferson street
whare T W..Waene brought 310 bar
Trels Str the J. RI. Sauandrs Company

Both steamers are now taking on
freight at Baylen street, wharf and
will leave Thursday -morning fo'
The Tarpon arrived yesterday morn-
ing from 'Mobile and sailed at 8:30 p
m. for St. Andrews and' other points
The schooner Dixie brought 800
pounds pompano anl 2.000 pounds ot
blue bsh .to the Bay Fisheries Com-rn
pany yesterday.
The British steamer Ardmount en
tered yesterday from Galveston con.
signed to Ino. '" lefflttt & Co., anl
will IlM er bunkers with 1,200 tons ot

l.: . "

Ardmouat, tBr -B McDIawll. z277.
arrstAn with t tB itmoa -a
Pirginla, Aust ss, PrigI, 2314, for
!4euiee and Trieste. via Galveston;
Ith 00ls otton, 1,100 tons Phos
phate rdj lQ1J barrels bl B $osln
102.857 a ft. i tbbe1 484 fUtlum.
her. 108.348 a 'ft saw timber.
ga *
Br ss Mmohes er ierchalt for Bor
Ger bk BetM., for Usbom.
lVenus, Br as. Gedwin; 2259, Belize
to wif Trsuit Co.
Mars. Ger u eaidetson, 2236, Gulf-
Rticmmm. ft. Cx, 2069, Axim
to "ItIf. raatt UL" *
Vivina. 8pan as, Arroteug'xi. 1983.
Liverpool, to Gulf Transit Co.
Virgitnia ,Aust s. Priyl, 2314, New
York to G t Trans .-Co.-
Adel eid Mentael. Ger a#. Mensell.
1149. Wilmington to the Keyser-Mul-
don Co.
Pomaron, Br as, Canham., 1250, Vil-
la Real to Jno. A. Merritt A Co.
Romsdalen, Br *a, Witten. 1632.
Vera Cruz to the Keyser-Muldon Co.
.Domgate, Br as. Rippon, 1986, Car-
diff to Fr. Julius Schreyer.
Sandown. Br sw, Paterson, 2773,
Tampico to Gulf Transit Co.
Niobe, Ital ship. Bozzo. 1482, Monte-
video to Rosaaco Bros.
Majorca, Nor -ship. Arnesen. 990,
Buenos Ayres to A. Zelius.
Mabella, Nor ship. Backer, 1632,
Aberdeen to order.
Ocean, Rus bk. Briksen, 1239, Rio
Janeiro to A. Zellus.


A NumberWill Occur When
President Knowles Re-

tires on Jan. 1.

On January 1, when President
Knowles retires from the presidency
of the First National Bank, there will
)e a number of changes in the officers
f that institution.
According to present plans W. K
iyer. Jr., at present cashier and vice-
iresident, will be president of the
Jank, as stated yesterday morning.
Wm. S. Keyser. one of the syndicate
to purchase the interest of Mr.
Knowles, will be vice-president and a
member of the directorate, and W. JM
7orbes will be cashier and a director
There will be no change in the di-
-ectorate. with the exception of the
addition of Messrs. Keyser and Forbes.
though he wiUll retire as president of
the bank Mr. Knowles will contlaiue
to be identified with it as a member
of the board of directors.
A lot of old newspapers
tied up in neat haminles for
sale, 5c a 'irndl. at Thie Jour*
nal office.




McAffee Inaugu-

rates Worthy Move which

Meets With Instant

/ Favor.

Free lessons in painting and draw-
ing for children whose parents are
unable to aford such luxuries is the
decided innovation which Captain Me-
Affee of the local branch of t e Salva-
tion army has recently introduced.
There are in the neighborhood of a
dozen of the little artists, who meet
with the captain every Saturday af-
ternoon to take advantage of his know-
ledge of the brush, which, byO the way,
is not inconsiderable.
Great progress is already -reported
in the little class, several members
of which are displaying decided tpil-
ent. The greatest enthusiasm, In ftct,
prevails among the youngsters, wbose
ages range from ten to fifteen years.
The class is known as the Band of
The following permits were tussed
yesterday by Building Inspector Rea-
To Dr. W. C. Dewberry to erect a
two-story frame dwelling on *test
Strong street. near Spring.
To A. A. Fisher to make repairs to
buildings at 913 and 915 East Belmaont
street: also to buildings at 917, S19,
1305 and 1307 North Alcaniz street.
To B. A. Davis to make alterations
to brick building and work shop at
No. 6 S. Palafox street.
To E. Olinder to make repairs to
building at 123 West Zarra7gosa



onn be I Retr-t, Nr U rW -.
Ssa be hap uerto Cabe*l t 4 A.
,win chihdren; it is iecr Noirdlyset, No: bE ih r ,
n. l otm~ thm as much 1464, Buenoe Ayrea to master.
S tM Ahe beuWtiu and San Antonio, Span. bk, Ratr, 1242,
Sa Havana to master.
W Te ordeal through Saluto, Nor bk, HauMea,.M *er
te perttt moIther CabeUlo, to RIx M. RoabimM. I -
ON WhCwthM D h iawatha, Nor bk, J. pq ~OUK,
A8I1,'nAon uverpool to master.
. to b c iter very Borroundale. Rus bk, ricdda.
the Syste m U91, Pt. Nellata to master. A -.
iThis Gavarone Fratelli, Ital bk, Rittore,
1463, Genoa to master.
Doris, Am. sch., Axelson, Bal-
timore to master.
Donna Christina, Am sch, Friable.
165, Belize to mater.



Bureau Receives

An Advisory Message
From Washington.

A disturbance bai been discovered
bY the United States weather bureau
over the south central gulf, and art
advisory message was received in
Pensacola yesterday afternoon, il
which vessels are warned not to pro-
ceed in tha' direction until further
notice. Shipping Interests were im.
ediately advised by the local office.
The advisory warning reads as fol-
"Advisory 2:15 p. m. Evidence of
disturbance over the south central
galf. Advise caution for vessels
bound in that direction until further

The Journal delivered at
your door, 10c a week.


Are They More Numerous 14er Than in
Other Citles.
SIn this city rats seem to have multi-
plied greatly in the last few months and
the damage they do is enormous. They
should be estermtiated at once. The
simplest and most effective way is with
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste.
which Is sold under a guarantee to give
satisfaction or money refunded. Surre
death t* cockroaches, mice and other
Sold by druggists or general stores
everywhere, or sent prepaid on receipt
of price. 2-oz. box. 25-.; 16-oz box $1.00.
Stearns' Electric Paste Company, Buf-
falo, N Y.

Chamber of Co~nnerce May

Send Delegation to Riv-
ers and Harbors



The following letter.-'alling a joint
meeting of the Chamber oft Commerce
and members of the Gulf Coast Inland
waterways Association, has been is
Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 26, 1908.
Dear Sir: You are especially urged
to attend, at 5 ocioek p. m., on Wed-
nesday, October 28th, in the rooms of
the Chamber of Commerce, a joint
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
and of local metfbers of the Gulf
Coast Inland Waterway Asciation
the meeting behign the regum meet
ing of the Chamber,of Commnerce, and
resident members of the G. C. I. W
Ass'n. being invited to be present be
cause of matters of vital interest tc
them also. -
There will come before the meeting
the matter of harbor improvements,
etc., and the question of having a dele
gatlon from this city attend the con
ventlon of the National Rivers and
Harbors Congress on Dec. 9th, 10th
and 11th, in Washington, when, a lo
cal delegation could also take action
regarding the navy yard, inland water
way and kindred urgent interests.
Very truly yours, .
President Chamber of Commerce and
Vice-President for Florida, G. C. 1
W. Ass'n.
Treasurer, G. C. I. W. Ass'n.
spread before you -would do you no
good if you couldW't eat. What good
caa food do a child when as soon as
it eaters it's stomach it 1- eaten by
worms. That a tke reason your baby
is ailing, cross, pasty faced and thin.
Give it White's Cream Vermifuge. It
will expel the worms and act a.. a
tonic for the child. 25c, 50c and $1.00
Settle. .,
solh ad oo ded by W. A.
D'Ale=1berte. sad apothecary,
121 South Palafto atreet. Pensacola.



Legal Advrtsements.
The Board of County Commissioners In
and for Exsamnaha county. Florida, will
reeive- hids for the construction of a
wooden bridge to be built across "Little
Bayou." Plans and specifications on file
at the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Bids will close at 12 o'clock. noon,
Tuesday. November 21st. 1908.
Il.rk Roard County Commissioners.
Deputy Clerk.
Pensacoia. Fla., Oct. 19. 1908.
Notice is hereby given that. in accord-
ance with the provisions contained in the
deed of trust made by the Pensacola
Country Club Company to R. .B Hushnell.
Trustee. the followlisi second rnort-rage
bonds tof the. Pensacola Country Club
Company numbered 19. 29. 38. 66 and 73,
have been drawn and will be redeemed
upon presentation to the First National
Bank. Pensacola. Fla.. on December 1st.
1908. and from that date all interest on
the said bonds ceases.
oct21oaw3w Secr.-tary.
For clearing the property at the north-
west corner of Palafox and Garden
streets, say 150 feet un Palafox bv 100
feet on Garden; all material to belong
to the contractor. Work to be -om-
menced about December 5th1 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 aith. Right is reserved
to reject any or all bids.
Secretary Pensacola Hotel Co.
Northern District of Florida.-By virtue
of an order of sale Issued out of the Unit-
ed States District court for the Northern
)istri't of Florida. on thI twonty-third
day of October, 1908. noti,-e ie hereby giv-
en that I will sell by ptildli- auction, for
cash, 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, machinery.
boats, tackle, apparel, appurtenancea-and
furniture., she now lies. Bagdad. Santa
Rosa county, Florida. T. F. McGourin.
United States Marshal. 2So0t
In Escambia County Circuit Court. State
of Florida. In Chancery-Dozia Stepli-
ens vs. Arthenla Stephlens.
On Monday. the 7th day of Decemhber,
A. D. 1908. the defendant. Arthtnia
Stephens is required to appear to the bill
filed against her hen-In. This order to
be published once each wee kfor eight (8)
ouonfecutlve we4ks in The Pensa-ola Jour-
nal. a newspaper published in said Escam-
bla County. A. M. McMillan, Clerk Cir-
Circuit Court. By C. G. Hartutleld. D. C.
Pensacola. Fla.. Se-pt. 14, 1908.

Pe sOd U

Capital, $200,000.00
VkIce-Orent ant Ctasher


CLERKS AND INSPECTORS. F. E- 3rawneP, M. L. fesh
Notice is hereby given that at a meet- Oliver Jernagan, Jr. Thee. P. W
ing of the Board of County Commission- Go*. Lappl st W. L_ U ._
era in and for the County of Escambia. L W
State of Florida, held on the 7th dlay of Lap Mayer, J. R._ Shen
October, 1908. the following named persons T. A. Jenaings, Cat H. Jew
were duly appointed by said Board to
act as inspectors and clerk, for the gen-
eral election, to be held on the 3rd day of
November. 1908, at the various precincts. WE DO A GENERAL B
No. .-G. I'. Parsons. Archie Benton,BU
Wm. Rich, Inspectors; Victor Goldbach, BUS
No. 2.-W. J. Shivers, Sr.. Wm. Archer. *
Bruno Caro, inspectors; and If. C. Miller,
No. 3.-H. T. Purcell. J. C. Hendrichs,
John F. Coppersmith. inspectors, and Geo.
A. Morrell, clerk.
No. 4.-J. P. Landgreen. W. B. Nobles.
A. C. Tippin, inspectors, and P. W. Me-
Lean, clerk
No. 5.-James Fisher, E. L. Shelby, A.
L. Webb, inspectors, and Henry Frater,

Alex McVoy, inspectors, and E. O. Jen-
nings, clerk.
No. 7.-A. I). Nicholsen, P.13. 11. Iast-
aigs. M. T. McMlIan. inspct tors, and T. iS est cultivated
S. Sowell. Jr.. clerk.
No. S.-Taylor Crabtre. Henry Chalker. count in Our Savuai
A. L. McCallum, inspe<-tors, and Elvin B. '
Morgan. clerk, soon it will interest
No. 9.-W. R. Stilley. W. C. Williams,
J. W. oilmore, inspectors, and N. J. Brew- OamOUnts to svW ll t
ton,. clerk.
7No. 1.-R F. Henderson. M. D. Mc- lar will do at first.
Arthur. C. J. W..ard, inspectors, and
Charlie Grahan, clerk.
No. 11.- F. R. Agerton. D. B. Steele. M.
L. Bartley, Inspecltos, and J. B. Steward,
No. 12.-A. L. Macon. D. A. Reumonot.
J. E. Caklahmn. Inspectors, and Pete MW--
Ltan. eerk. i to and Pet Designated Pepositor
No. 13.-W. VS. Reagan, M. A. Quina.
Theo. Pfefferle, inspectors, and Arthur fhas. W. a0M1 r. 1. 3 aX C
Ketrle, clerk. *IN- S cas l
No. 14.-Len LeBaron, D. B. Reed. J. E.
Turtle, Inspectors, and Jos. I. Johnson,.
No. 15.-J. C. Petersen. T. S. Caro, --
Henry Horsler, inspectors, and J. C. Por-
ter, clerk.
No. I0.-H- H. Bacher. Jas. Steward, -- _ 1
Ged. Locke inspectors and W. B. Hub- THE C-IZENS
No. 17.-Dave Johnson, S. C. Hitt and
K. L. L.Jones, inspectors, pod John L. Hoyt. PERNS
No. 1.--John Gibson, Henry Johnson, A OGuagrs 3aeih Smeil Caedam
R.' J. Brewton. Inspectors, and W. P.
Bowman. clerk.
No. 19.-W, Miller, W. F. Vaughn,
C. R. Barrineau. Inspectors, and L. C.
Crabtree. clerk.. I.d T Slsiei.
No. 20.-Mark McCurdy. J. F. Mitchell,
W.. R. Euhanks, inspectors, and H. H.
Renfroc. clerk.
No. -'l.-J. H. Paterson. Ed. Hall, WV. a gE, M. CART
D. Henderson, fr., Inspectors. and E. Gale Presd"e iL e ..LCesM Y .
Bonifa. clerk. P Met. Tf M
No. .-W. A. -Boyett. F. A. Mayo. Jim
Green, ispeetors, and W. H. Mayo. re. V
No. SS.--Cha, Chapman, John Taylor,
John' Gs6ore, Itnspectors, and H. C.
HKelum, clerk.
No. 24.-Tom Haley, Tom Harris. J. GC.
Davenport, inspectors, and T. M. Scarritt,
clerk. P n
No. 25.-N. M. Clopton, II. A. Suggs M. P n
W. Murphy, inspectors, and W. A. Keun,.
No. 26.-WV. E. Taylor. J. W. Collins. DIREC
S. R. Likes, inspectors, and B. F. Lindsay,
clerk. J. J. OOTOMN, M. CART I
No. 27.-W. L. Tharp. J. F. L. Quina,
Jr., LR. B. ingham, inspe-tors. and J. F. W. A. D'JATIJ J[T J. a. xl
Bodenstein. clerk.
No. 28.-J. E. Be;l. AI. W. Peterson. J. A General UamldW s Sudinge TMamoseted a
E. Taylor, Inspectors, and A. R. Langford,
clerk. menaOs iven1 1
No. 9.-H. K. Tate. W. W. Wolfe. D.
B. Morrison, inspectors, and Dan H. Shep-
o. M-W. W. Potter. Ii. A. Lurton. KNOWLES BROS.
J. fte ns., Inspectorts, and F. Rust Insurance
Smit, clerk.
No. 31,-T. TW. (rinizley, Lemnu Burin. FggtELIFZ. MRL
C P. Wentworeh. inspect,-r', nd Ton. FIaR E A sl MARIN
Shelby. clerk. *rm
No. S2.-Robert Bear. P. Kline. C. A. I Ther.Q tble
Wres. inspectors, and Chas. P. Bell, LIFE ASSURANCE SO9CtWTY NEW
mo. 33.- -W. T. Godwin. J. E. Rigsby. 2.2-230 Br p-' Ps eer.
To OMlea, Inspectorsn. and Joseph, .
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YorSf Hag- J--o -t -ebmarket the. SUS UiNREADING
SAccomplished Made by Sct.T llnV ead his a
I t o r l 1 1.nual1 report as tllows. T 1 1 1. I-U
t h e an -O ceg. ". "In m "ig "a report to you coe I lf N Ullll f
m 'I ,, ing the amount of work done 11y the _ _Ia_ .e I
asso ctio In the past ear it will --- eay or you here .
"PR oP CLASSIFICATION O LUM- be enecessarv to io into a few of n PeSacOla Now now in the Novem-
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SBER AND TIMBER HAS BEN general Idea of the work that ha .. MaazineS.
Ioilhe Tbeen done since the organization of Making Preparations for
MENTS OF THE fact that we havi e passed through one Hunin Trips. l Our New
I MNECASSIFIT ISSOATOF of the most disastrous financial paniews
S II SINCE ITS FORMATION ONE within our emory, during which the ------". T-- -
DE-NDT-B.HA--lumber industry sufered, no doubt wrth,-o
YEAR AGO. more than n other industry ha UAIL ARE REPORTED AS BEING
-" OF.naturally affected the association to a PLENTIFUL IN ESCAMBIA COUN- 109 S. Paa
ifam -- great extent in so far as its reHvenues 1. S. P-alaox
Snl t the annual meeting of the Gull is con ernedm ; but when we sum up TY-SECTIQNS OF THE FLORIDA a nBa. .
OR.SINCE ITS,. .-... the retilt or a little more than one A
.iCoast Lumber Exporters Asolation ;e work w nnd that we have GAME LAWS, WHICH lPORTS.- W s a most commod- -
um i -held recently in New Orleans, complished. first, the establishment o .. ..EN SHOULD REMEMBER. tW -ll h n and ious one and vno'll
a .;. lr hb _.!& annual reports of much interest to uniform grades, and next, that we MEN SHOULD REMEME. W-t al te snap and style _.,* ,, l y,,. [
m. hl 9A. . r- I I i manufacturers were made by the ofi. have succeededd in bringing the won,; -. that high class mechanics find "the change" to
I 1 his annual report Atin Prei of aniber snandtimer inse owrt n Wi the arrival of nt.x, Sunday can put in a shoe,. yet withall, OUr combined ad-
t ( .1 dent Hinton briefly reviewed the o with a membership of 70 firms and t"e o" nor as comfortable or the foot ah vantage.
C a m. "" g anizatl6n and early history of the as- .s woert e findp thar-,t. ad earGAr lf .P R TS ANet vanag .
"gA shlocia rn rlating ho i- .esuet f~ nanetlv e -tablished Isn an baice of in Pensacola are already akin pr one could wish. Manufac-
h it l. --affi Ii a rconerene shpp eld n .. a nen early Sunday ing to gt turned pecially for us by E. For School BooWks
Ii n tie- nl u Ilb pose of discussing means by which pend f. .t erio 01 acti. e wrk wc shict at he ruiorted to be gxcepbionardv 1Pe1 ed_ Soe
S& wurmbi a ^ ) foreign claims might be reduced and thae entered upon and which I ne ecificati s-- at
1 a lclel bid the great abuses that exi.t r yo will not only result in a ed te fact that t. have .ectred pro- S
..a, i n this country. of manufacturers' ship inua of the goo workalr tetion during the past two or three l
ping goods of a poorer quality than acondlihed. but. wiPl mean a broad t on al n Style and wear, top lace. *.P fK n
I they had sold. These abuses, Mr. Hi: ening out of outr field of work, and igr -year ,h w ,f thi state it is S ,ltYa w l
m det hiJa. ion said. were due largely to-the ir- -onse.qnece greater benefits to the nd er thel aaw l ofhs iei. Sl .l s o e ot.

ors. It was the opinion at that ts:me Jauli t thssand ao of lrr-de e an Toe-New perforated pat-
tshat there should first be af house- meant more to you than the actual m u Tin e a S or idaprisoneint for ent tip. l .
acorencn e______________ at home. and establish a set tablishm of uniom grades and the months. r StockFinest ntoeal-t
S. of clear and distinct rules for the reguatio of the inspection service It i. equally unlawful to have deer "r qua-
I .11 llAl fb iielef classification of lumber for export. or it hOs been the means of bning, meat in one's q ossission during thie ity kid. Re d hK. .
Ci l captain Hinton said hat the asso- together in actual contract a majority closed season. In addition to this the Outer Sole Stock-Visca-
lI-LAfl mo clatign had succeeded in establishind of the pine exporters and the mill men law is ver explicit in regard to sell-.
U UL ILU 9 an efficient classiAcation. which i, cutting for export in the gulf section. ing the flesh or hides or .hipping same liped leather. i arr~ n- ne te work of t
clear and, which has been recognized resulting in an exchange of ideas, from the state. Innr Sole Stock-Finest" standard author.sItn set.tin direct corn-
S-- by the United States governalent. (By opinions and experiences at the meet- When it comes to gainh' bird es- pe. ptition with .the traveling mook agen.
_: i__ _P__ the latter statement Captain Hinton ing that has been of much benelt to specially turkey and quail, the law is grain 1 eattr. T ,atl er.-r ConrIr ..plt
| II IhL l lll meant that the government had adopt- you. Much good must result tron. the very clear just how many birds ot C eunters-Sole leather to .ow ou tdLi com-
S I. I 1 IIII ed the association's classlflcation as friendly intercorse of men in the each speeles nma be killed ,y a sitagle petition with any off-r that you mtay a
T the standard for the shipment of trn same ine of business. and if this as hunter, and the number w bi m, A lt '" - =^.^ ber to the Panama canal zone)a sociation has been the means by which of two or more persons may kill in a dril "Au-Y T HaW L A D
Sn This classiacation, he sak has you have been drawn together to ele- day'a hunt. Here is th law: AKK.
k~It ]fbHI. *,been recognized by foreign importers vate and improve the conditions of Wild Turkey and Quail. LaCCS--Mitchell s best lin- Ma wr. us lz. ak 3t-
and their orders are now made sub- the particular business in which you "No person or persons shall have ---- m -- .
'Mtin the I UII IUIIL.UU ject to the association classification are Interested, and if you have profit in his, her or their possession, or shall Ce. ,
ing A The next and met important step ed by the discussions and exchange of hunt or kill any wild turkey or quail Last-oeed's perfect. -
........ a...heoeandm est tablisth. .. ..a-st--Red__sperfect.
., .-_was to get a chief inspector, who Ideas, which have taken place in o.a or partridge in any part of thi.s state, P. e I
. r4 Good ma. W. would, after careful examination, both meetings. then the association has save only from the first of November IC .Electrical Contractor.
.p O ., as to character and qual, oatoand, o partlY fulilled its mission and this until the first day of March. of any Let us show you why this
SHave su sectors for eate of its ork alone would justify ear o person shall kill more than best sho made for the
g,, ,at ng, Have Pensacola Well license under the association. Mdt er e o- in giving it Your hearty and loyal two wild turkeys nor more than twen- is th e uer shoe rnade for the tlcafltse -esk l ts
To .ers of the association wi employ sno rtp in the future ty quail, and no party of two or more moey NO CONTRACT TOO LARGE. *
Represented. others. thus enabling the organization It is necessary that you should go- persons shall kill more than four wild NO CONTRACT TOQ SMAL.L ..
,"_ -0to control the personnel and etelency operate with each other if you wish turkeys or more than orty quail in ,
-p. Ad. -- of the inspection service. The pesi-. to accomplish the elimination of many any one day. And no person shall d W A K
P ENSACOLA SHOULD BE MUCH dent said he believed that by this of the difficulties which confront you hill more than five wild turkeys in any yatSOln, Parker 6 W45 _*.... 'P, : ,
, e" ...... ..... ... n method a better class of men could be In your. business., o individual efforts one year, and no person or persons, _____ 3, B
^mel e t te IN EVIDENCE AT THE FIFTH bad, and the method has met with to regulate trade, customs and usages firm. corporation, association or con C '"
ttnr a NA Tfsuch success that there huit. bn as for the moat part valuable labor pany shall sell, expose for .sale' n Jnt lle e .
.CONVENTION OF THE NATION- marked decline id the number on lost; but whe.. yous your ef t this state, any wild turkey, quail or . Lining "
V S Aclaims from abroad. forts with those of otherss and make partridge. Any person or l rsonl Everything to Wear. -
AL. RIVR,8 ANO HARBORS CON There hase been instances where the yourselves .a part o: a united move- corporation, association or company ______ 4 ____tg. r
Sge e 'chief inspector has been called in and meat to bring abopt.3L healthier condi violating any of thrne provisi.-ons of tas J .
S- found guIlty of gross ~~licence ahad tion. the benefits- otryour, efforts will section shall, upon conviction i hereof., i' s. or from taking and keeping in a
the inspectors have beet called to rebound to xou in .value which cannot be punished by a fine of no; less than cage any cardinal red bird or mock- .
; II I'addition to the efforts being account, and eithericenses we re re- be measured by dollars and cents $2i nor more than $100. or be impris- ing bird for his'own pleasure or o
S made by the Chamber of CoUmerpe voked or tltey paid th extra cost o Such co-operation requires proper orn oned in the county jail not e'xceedinv amusement, provided the same shall "W "W r' I
Mayor C. Goodman Interesting shipment inurr on ccot of the gizaton, and s were the idea t nor les han0 om O t be sold or ahipped out o the .
-o"046tohmetsees lbie to nrl yto Mrh ; i .hot a anhe Af license is exacted rfroo non-rel- T P
tiw ft the Ietxh annual convention o thereby elevatg the service geer- ul- ti s t so doing are liable to a heavy isne .
w "I the atinal Rirs and Harbors Con ally. thi formation of oug present assocla s One seton of the law provide. that is 10 -rthe season.
gress, which is to convene in Wash. Captain Hihton said that be wanted io. The eceit y and value of the it shall be unlawful to kill ath or Co Weaow is a time
r Iingtou on Dee. 9 for a session of three to call upon every member to assoietthan ihtEo y eo ,d p ha in you, u iosession. living o to all is to beware of coughs and colds the wiadoW ant door fraass,
06,-e Havs the secretary his hearty co-openw-aon _g inrer t it.ha- Y- eer b-en... b ', deadart y wild r ird.orerthanatwen-rithest-s-m adeyfr i0
Many of the gulf ports are to have by furnishing him information of and you have the opportunity nw bird. No part of the plum., skin or ly lead nto pneumonia, consumption or baseboards, etc. i your hl.
S*K represetatie at this congress, and every kind that would be of any value peecti organization w"ic'-i body of any bird proftcoed by this other pulmonary troubles. Just as
mayortotofftoerfeting e aorganiationrohichugirdhinto ylseboa r
the mayor apt gmahter of Commerce to the organization and by arding in actual existence, nd through tha section may be sohl or nad in possess- soon as the cough appear treat it and stain your ooona, puttlur
'_ I are desirous of hlVing the Deep Wate- every instance where it il possible means bring, about a healthier and ion for sale. Only the following are with Ballard's Horehound Syrup the
City as well or better represented to secure other members, ereby better condition ot affairs in the ex considered game birds: Swan. geee, standard cure of Amea "a. Use as di- them in readiness for the lo.
The'Or- than ote. ports along the gulf coast strengthening the organization. port trade. The history of our asso- brant, river and sea ducks, iails. coots, rected-perfectly harmless. A cure das. We ave ready "t il
In addition to the good to result At the conclusion of hm report Cap- cation is similar to that of other. mud hen gallinules, th semicola. and preventive for al diseases of the I e
y and to- from repreientetio at the congress tain Hinton revelewed market condi that have since become very import commonly known as show birds. pilo- lungs. 25c, 50c and 1.00 per bottle. paints, stains and val.asheS.e I
,. -- delea dn fr this city could call tons. saying that th world has be ant factors i the particular branches ver. snipe woodcock. sandpipers, tat- Sold and renmwaded by W. A.
Ugh-cdaS upon the e .ectary of the navy and come so small on account of Improved of the industry represented by their ters and curlews: wild turkeys. D'Alemberte. druggist and aothacary, that any one who ca' handle
SIpossibly E omplish muAch towards methods of communleation that one membership, and I am quite sure that grouse, prairie chickens, pheasants. 121 South PalafoX street., Peuaola,
Woo Ipfc having stela se tMed to the Pensa part oif it always afects another, and our organization, with its objects and partr dges and qu ails: also etift e F a. a brush can do the wor.
tO bring cola navy yard for repairs. one market cannot weaken or purposes as set forth in article two doves and wild pigeons and robins, It .. _
strengthen without the other. With a of the constitution, must. with th is unlawful to destroy th nest or -- I
S ii strong domestic market there is inva active support of the members be eggs of a wild bird or have either in ias DVERTIS NT.
m L iL riably a strong export market, and the come equally as important in its re one's pousessionv. iro t of. oi -from andgafo ndato ti n *
s 7.l : rithr FllllEHl foreign buyers are more rea4y to re nation to the export pine business. Birds Not Included. iron fountain to be placed in the Plaza. oc n el
-, spond to a quick ptulsation of the mar- An important question brought be Birds which are not included in this etoeheii -i with all the nf egary )pipE. '
s114 bntd toadaidk tetranCasthe fSuc- """'dodl"nnhi pn o"-uta, w "ll bcdu I-.
voket in their coutries than ever be frthe meeting bv >1e acting presr r ec0ion and are unprotected are: F, an eme. par&ovidTed tthth e p s ame
Sore. dent was 'whether bhe association wa- T-re English sparrow .sharp-shinned 1 y thie Plaza Park 'ommissioner up to
*- -- - -- IIi| 1 The consumption of lumber ii ready to take up the work originall. hawk. commonly known as the little Thursday. Nov 4. 1905. at 12 o'clock noon.
SI III America for hse building, and that outlined at the time of its organiza- bue darter. Cooler's hawt common- sa'.pon i t e addr d toA. nhut
f II class of work is probably larger than ion by sending a representative to ly known as the big blue darter: .,,du.rsed. "Prosals for the 'o structlon
g on e Wti ever before in the history of the England and one to the Continent fo great horned owl, crow. rice bird. lof oI'onmor-.ter Bowl and Foundation for m Paliates S i *he-
_- world, is due, o doubt to the ps the adjustment of claims. The matter meadow lark, jackdaw and butcher contain", --. __ .-. .
grVat ertad of he farming eort who, on as discussed by the members and it birds. Nothing in said sections shall th 'tt to ret any t af bids
ke th Ralph Fisher Has Purchased account. of high ,prices obtained for was finally decided to refer it to a spe prevent any citibens of the state of Speclft. tions and blank formA of pro- .
S.their products. have known but little cial committee for report at the next Florida from destroying birds which posals can be obtwned from A. Green-
SA Larye Stoddat-D about the panic: ideed, the demand 'meeting. are tored injuring grape-, fruit, gar- hut. PLAZA PARK COMMISSIONERS.
tr fold e .Jay- from this-ource has become as stroa t The chair appointed on this corn dens or farm products on iis prem- Octs-2hs-3:0. + " I
'col-ars ton Machine that within ninety day there hah mi t ee E. C. Gaoahl. of Mobile: E. P 1 y v '
PO.S Je. been an advance from $r to r.3a0 oper felmcti of Gulfporgn and Gus Eitzen ibird ... .......f the skinor lead to ........ --- co nsu t
on. 1.000 feet. although consiaerahly short of Pensaola. I S I
leasu Rl" of the prices obtained prior to the fo- fo at 0 hl" bt 3l io th
leasure Ralph, Fisher, who has been g the nancial trouble. The railroads have t111ad T llI1 1 iPstory of o I

or th, owner ei a ru-about automobile for a bought practically no lumber for lllI UI L LARGE STOCK OF
Number of months. has purchased for eighteen months, but they cannot re iT||h LU r an w -
try U1 his u"e a amck; larger And stronger main oat of the market mmto loager IUUIU ILUI L. . .. .. "
t* m Icar, known as the Stoddard-Dayton for their business is lacrotng, and Top B im fCs and Rmnab puts. Li g U L
,.-- er macIiine. and attracted much atten- --- 11V U. Mail La
I The machine canpoibly make the 'TO- w ncK m
k on in te cy ystea aftern. |3 MIl ri t "y wa L W te aiosa WUIC. RUTH
*- r. highest speed of any automobile iow Quality makes Demand. 9- a ; -CM .
ST. owned In Pensacola. being of very --WM. JOHNSON & SON fets a-ol, Mary a
high horsepower.. ..- Jam es. J er.l., CaI
1 .Sub scibe for The Journal. Junio Gardeners of School ., ,I. e.,,eiad .
------ Jc- SON OqUI-iI No. 1 to Act With Worthy at Harri Mary Esther, Camp W ..
,_ I / : _:_ --. Returning. i cave. Bog y Tue i.Zr,
i-u lW- -luur'sday and tatrday at 5:04) a. ia., see
ft UObject in View. . ,sv, p..r ..a 1 :' p. ,i.
1Elaboratepreparations are ou foot ta slMano h
for the production of a H elay to be gi- 'r r th Psaox. Phone ..
uyH r Qu ality makes Demand en sometime in the near future by t:ie I F R .
.. ..esDean. Juni Gardeners of School No. 1. thed
only our guarantee of entire satis- Is sold on its merits, and fun to be derived to go toward fin- MOVING PICTURES. Mobile & Gulf Steamship Co.,
itionalassuraneby the each can we guaranee hg e aun ofthie oun Exhibiting by picture the *yaw **t ***r ^UeSS,
els, "KUPPEN "-UMK'? and to please you-now 52c. improved to' a mot remarkable ex- great and intric-ate, kings A., drpwa y aIndewer _.*q eS*
famous for worthy quality and per pound at your Th.e name of the play. waeh is e- of the Walkover h ac- i. .
s*ip. grocer. Ing composed and also staged solely my. ,,e .nd a, l.e6s ht,
$15.00 t $35.00. --- "School Day." and a more clever and Remember, it's aimluty A St. A. By. tra. Pa.a City, T
Srefrthing bit of comedy would be dif- days an Ta y
Ih ItercPC ffmI ,C 11t to and.* The -gardeners" have f ree-from 11 a. m. to 1 m. e'rr S _5 5r f --,
AftIA gem I lllil|MISCOW aUsIll I to work with a will. and the real at th, ,ssinmt, It lyp *
Ce I i i Pealex -t- ,-- seat and entausiazsm with which the ll P 1.
S Ms a W-V Ltd., New O u. whole venture is savored is STAR THEATRE EeY hn A. "
gagBear sWee. The production will be given In
iWML- t.. Lewis BarCo, the opera house. a" the worthy oY- Tr-DA .
i ***-- **I w rN4 0 w-e 4U7 WWI.i A .l Je In view will no!Aoubt insure the I --A T -B-...:'
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