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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 29, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Volume ID: VID01226
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,O.PCTAT- from WASHINGTON-Fair Thursday and


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Light to fresh north winds, becoming variable.




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PENSACOLA, FT41~TmA, THURSDAY rWING, OCTOBER 29, 1908.


I PRICE, 5 CENTS.


L HFEARTILY IN HAVOC WROUGHT URGES REPRESENTATION AT THE
SOR OF TICKET DYNAMITE EXPL N DlD A AD A W'

RVIR ER AN 4D HROSCNR


..nSena. **- *#**** ****** ** **********: One Killed, One 4i ing and j

b Hon. Dannitte Mays Many Inure at Gads- BOARD O0 WORKS ASKED

Contributes $10 den, TO SPRINKLE TARRAGON ST.
TWENTY-FOUR .
SMe_.... T Bryanel ern campaign fund yesterday jumped from $836 G
ftdAN to $S490, several contributions being received. Among the contri- HOUSIECKED no m I n Tlr Much Discussion of Matter
b uttons was one from Hon. Dannitte H. Mays, and in sending in 4 II LI M
his cheek the Democratic nominee for Congress writes as follows: at Reular t C
,[ n--,, *,t .Monticello, FiaL, Oct..28, 1908. 0 9,- UUUti ,iln UII a 7
.rle-He yBryan 0 Hon. Fr- k L. Mayes, Pesacoi& la. E Tvery Plate aZs Window
S Co ,. Dear iOr: I *and yon my check for ten dollars to help elect I in Town Was Broken. mr t t Meeting Last Night.
!t tJ,,P7!.U, m ,$7 ^ 9 Mr. Bryan. and sinterely hope he will win in the great fight he ,". L II I|lL.
Quest Io in the Is making. It would be a loag stride towards a government b. Explosion Was Gaused by r I l 1 I e
.and If -eI Y ra a say to the people, in every nook and corner of the Fire Reaching aigTS7ine B it s For
SThird district. I am their friend, and when elected to congress, I Handling City Funds, But
aldnOt wHI Joetheir Serwant, and &a,%o*d char"sthey want done by con- 4 at the H a.Kines.
SLaAra d With ~Stri~ g rs sto ome,& whatever power I may have wll beased :th l 1(1 D IO E No Award Is Made-uMany
'n 't.. .. ___ Yeurs tteian uv*ydc horc--hey wa nt Ha.-=== Matters of Lupoil ruce
Yours truly, 9 AssaO
*". :-, D. H. 3tAYS. *. Gadsden. Ala., Oct. 8.-One man D cs... S n--
S- 11 P1PM. 9 The Cntributions. # dead, one misi.ng. n dying and four OS-
A! ". Y.0Ott. 2 .-The .fftr'* 'Hon. D. H. Mays. Monticelle ........................... $10.00 others were Injuredby dynamite ex- Yesterday Was First Day of ing Resolution Was Re-
tato m- w~4 1e appearance o Thbaugh J. H..Rlchboumrg, Crestview. 00 e .e, a c o Observance of Centen- fr -e.
f r # _. H. R.chbou--........................ .......... ....... .- every piateglass wj w in Gadsden
0 0"iIs te l of *to R .-F--.-----------------I wasbroken and t1tmW-isur miners'
S I Ms80 or David W ge.-houses In the vict the explo- rm Anniversary. The dust u on Tarrgona
Se d forwarji as chair- G. W ...... ................ .................... i on were razed to Ae ground, and Te dust nsance on Tarrgo
M to Itrodce the demoac lea d . .............................................. many others damaged. street was discussed at the semi-
r the great crowd which packed the Ttal- 1350 The fire department had responded t o t ih Ofaia s tf mntl mea ng of the city confi-
o ssI e as. aeas sad wildly cheer- ....................... .$_1.'0 to an alarm, the hage burning be- Most of the High Officials of t night and as a result of tim dic
.a.&. g ane owaeag ................ ..... .. |ng near the magalte.. Hundreds or Roman C.-aholic Church cushion -some action win now be
.g- con with po Gr totalnc .................$84.50 spectators were s near the taken to abate the nuisance. Alde
m:them ~M~at e ~ta a u 9 *t* hurled*h*urld eto thee Stonesu were~ Clration," Which Will usome arrangement, t ifor the sprlklWngls
of thSe s.MQws rr" ter g national t. hurled t o A i A On the Stonsrr d AotanM r d cy ld e
,, Its.. 2, a.m.t th****os*t* ***owb n** *** n tiel t s erwe Celebrationdyof Which Wi i Is nowr na o
tiebts. I s not partln, bow-H blown entirely t Ce body ofh Continue For Five Days. sition to do so. He said that bus
t- I .. -M support the party Henry Ki el, and tia .has been nese hos es on that street culd not
i grht or 'w_ _, but U Apermit f A |. 1 | I A ound of Arthur be rented and that merchants apw
Sme t9 ag that I suuport tbe national Vm1- L J idLI 1 located there are endeavering to
Ss sese th ot of the move. On motion of Alderman Moyer
S es tial candidate Boston Oct. 2.-With mos Catholic the Board of Publie Works will be
tai. to hoolay rigS unon every .EiVJLVl 1 S church prelacy in America as active i qvera"" 'r-ke thiso tre
tested qeslso et this cawpign participants or Interested spectators deplrmaa Brown also ke of the
4141 for hi ,"l hv us -166b- in the Impressive ceremonials of a oagna
Sbebestem t cal mass of which Mostreet from the du He sad he ad
ShII GirllRev. DiomedesFalconlo. papal dele- houses on that street for wh. he Is
S e t. t Is Ue *l U U iL U ltllll gate to Washington, was the cele- unable to get tenants on account of
s'i- E tthea Ws tea- laist tio~ Man She Loved Could UHIII i brant, the five daysobservance of the the dust. which he said was about
a e oa t ste IsIUIII III II 0, centennial anniversary of the founding two inches thickandthat ano6ect
Sg &" Ns.r rorr AdWdrsHrdRich- .the cathedral of the Holy Cross to- of one hundred feet. Alderman An-
i iW to the o eopl I a day. Archbisriop William H. O'Con- drews corrected him by saylg that
i'Ehele W .be 1 i -- nell, of the Boston diocese in his of- the dust was foum- inches thick.
-eU-o a mond in F of Can- ace of preacher, offered. "Thanlw derman Brown said the city w
to"-- t .* . .. giving for the blessings God has grat- throwing away money under the pe
H jWTaft ed us durIng th#irsthundred years ent system of Axing streets by jump.
-qf Boston's e a diocese." lrg from e to the other, tas lev-
BY, 21l-B t lfl emofitpries there ingtreta nimname
_- t before awe present o ild; state of a He it. eoad4 tat
,--B- l l~g, A y-.-.g rgr nte audience the Academy of Mayor George A. Hibbard and ot-her when work wqs commenced a, a-
a- ----- Music, Secretary af Wa Wright representatives of the -state and city street It should be completed tor te
heonok e s ftec mp governments and the judiciary, entire length, no matter what the dl-
Frank Ferriner Impcats a The great cathedral had been elb relo or location may be.
SCARDINAL. and favor of the candidate of orately decorated for the exercises of Ma Pa Trra
y A Judge Taft tonight. the k The pulpits railings, ad a a.
ibiy Oct. 8.- gu 'Millstadt- IM, Oct. 2t.-Whe Dozen Me Now Under Mr. Wright was introduced br John other parts of the interior were hung A motion by Alderman Yonge dt.
Oct'.a .S'B11' mes- Blanch sander, twenty-two years old Skelton Williams, former president of with laurel wreaths. Tae altar itself reciting the clerk to communicate with
,g-y Payet bishop or bah de se o ye old Arrest. the Seaboard Air ULine railroad. In draped I d the bond trustees for the purpose of
Sth SpaLnlb. eard the ma she loved say e could introducing Wright, Mr. Williams said s red adin roe th e reb ascertarings ifr they would have fany
Sof apo- not marry her because of ill-health, he intended to vote for Taft. and then toryto thecathedra had earlybeen money ih hich to dave all or
V" bwlr a 1934 and was sbe prepared her beat white dress.- referred to W. J. Bryan. of whom he trygt op th the ralea ha early bye meotine wit i toe aved alt poro.
S ges i: In ROLE 19wrote a noteasking that her engage- His Cnfession Cae After a sai oyI judge him only by his ree-turn of e rch soal ross bearer.ee for the rceicofthe

Smot ring bb left on her inger, Bing losdrankly oruarded. ome haold e everything by cleryhb which slowlynio and ArSolehbemh- ing of trah in the fre limits va
art mother lt nd ded tir t a- G u iag E i attis wP O'Connelld its waere seaed inby acolytes, of other streets, was adoptassed. A
earbolie aeldand died thirtY ist- O at turns and nothing long. That he pos- christeners and tne clergy, who were The election of a plumbing inspect-
S tes later at her homit e n Millstad the Hands of the Tennes- es now as a conseratie gives me no followed by the monsignors, bishops or was ostoned unti next rida
Shc i tch In the note spoke of her w assurance tat by next March he will and archbishop. The officers of the nigh at 7 o'clock. when a special
S'ohearot as "My darling Geortges.and 41- see Go ernor-Prisoner is not be alarming the country with some mass brought up the rear, headedbymeeting will be held for that purpose.
IN NEW ROLected that jewelry and personal e fantastic folly or with the return of the arch-episcopal cross bearer. The ordinance regulating the bar
Sf tects be given to his sisters an Being Closerely Guarded some old one. rchbesent opat todalono and Arcbih- ngd sidewalk grades was read the
4 uot meeUn e dp O'Connell were seated in the sane- eadr Chicago, and Keane. of Dbqe, nan the thi rd time and passed. Al
r s atl r t -es. At her hone it was said she had MARRIEDTUESDAY; tuary where episcopal thrones. elab- derman Andrews voting o. This or
Nw ork, Ot. 8 rist een ead to George ast, who By Assoc e rss. SUICIDED YESTERDAY orately draped, had been arranged on dinancg temporared n an amended
Mathe the famous pat Lon- "Dea in the r, Sister business Brotherst 1200 Camp Nemo Reelfoot Lake, Ten., shot himself through he head. their side. formade is
S. f etid aeN York Natonal her South Sevent street, St. Louis. Erst Oct 28-Withn one week from the Assoc P Among the well known prelates The ordinance rvieulating idthe ex
Steague team. Will be one rat is imsd. Miss-ei atenert's suicide follow i t Paris. Ky., Oct. 28.-J. W. Hutchin- Jlresent at today's services were Arch- and sidewalk grades was read the
m te speakers at a DemTeratiy ed immediately upon her return frowim ie the soldiers under the personal son, a widower with two cahldren. was bishops Farley of New York. Quigley third time and passed This ord
masstredetigeIn the Tweoty- #St. s, where she ad talked W direction of Governor Patterson, married here yesterday to Mrs. Nannie of Chicago, and Keane, of Dubuque, nance gives the Board of Public
third aoehnably district n HErnst. spread their tents in the hearts of the C. Swinford. and this afternoon he Ia., and Bishops Allen, of Mobile. Ala.. Works authority to grant permits for
night John J. Hayes, at ner 4 Her note, sealed, read: night rider district. evidence of the killed himselff in a livery stable here. Chartrad. of Indianapolis, and North- building temporary sidewalks -whe
S of the aatbon race at Le "Dear Father Sister and Brothers (ntinue on Page TWO.) He shot himself through the head. rop. of Ciarleston. S. C. no grade is provided
S members of the American do. but I am tired of life. Everything pens of the city government for the
Olympe team. will occupy seems to be going against me. n ase fiscal year was read by Alderman
seats on the platform. I die before 12 o'clock call up Jake Yonge. On recommendation of the
,' f m ceat 11 on am se amem finance committee it was placed on
second reading. This ordinance con
*, _._ tainsthe following provisions: Gen-
Minors Will Fight the Use "

s of Explosives in Mines New York Book

*y Aes^ Ml *r'-* "The state department of mining DiSnm issue
Pittabwrg, Pa. Oct. i8.-Represeet raa been, enfynlng the use of explo -
Utives of the 40.400 miners of the ive which makes the work of the -.
Pttabtrg' district, who will meet here mn.er both dangrous ad 4-. By AgmoClated Pres.
.____ ... .... WeYre actual m. ha not -- ( - ew York net 2s-Maattrnte


o*morww WmaUinc. unave* w ueu to
make a deteratned stand against the
latieclaueate ouse of explosives is
mines. President Francis -leehan 'or
the Usited Mine Workers Wf the die-
trict smwe


myAegats Press.
Uaion City., Ten.., Oct. 2.-Mr.
Will Flack, who lives In TiptOville
Is in the city this morning talking
of the confessloW made by Tod Barton.
who was arrested on a warrant charg-
ing him with opmolilcity in the whip-
plg of Squire Wyne in Lake con-
ty sme mMatim sae and who is
now tn ta 4 lpttarstlle jaiL He saM
that IWrta -m e his statement to
im sad two other getlemen whose
names e i A et He said the
eamtsmscy -apfti without the ask-
ing. and thk ere were o threats
or prmiaes ie i AM~t Inm order to
exrt the mii that Barton
vulutarory l that Su was in the
a wd afterI w tel nt eow
po I wIin tell YeO U i" know


curred from explosions the attendant
gases have made them so sick that
they could not continue work. We
now object to the use of explosives
ofany kind until after they have been
tested."


of the killing at walnut Log." Bur-
ton said be was at the Walnut Log
hotel at 7 o'clock on the evening of
the killing of Captain Rankin. that
he went near Samburg. about 42 miles
below: that he arrived at Walnut Log
about 7 o'clock and went to the hotel
for upper and s aw Col. Taylor and
Capt. Rankin. but that be did not eat
at the table with them; that be took
his supper in the shape of a lunch
and went out on the lake with it ad
ate it there; that be left the Totel
shortly after he received his lunch and
remained outMt o w,Jke. aS1 niht
washing. He sail tV ih e -.ta shots.
but did not know th. occasion of the
shootag. He stated -e wa. present
when the arranget ts were made
to go to Walnut Log and see Col Tay-
lor and Capt. Banking. but 'e went
back home a' afterward went fish-
ing, as stated.


Geismar in Brooklyn today dismissed
'ne eighteen bookmakers arrested at
the Gravesend track on the charge of
violating the new anti-betting law.
Among the accused were Sol Lichten-
stein. Orlando A. Jones and Joe Ven-
(dig. The majority of them are still
under indictment by the grand jury,


J %JI I %JIlJldL

Resolutions Adopted at
Joint Meeting Hel
Yesterday.

CAPT. ED. cubaiN
SPOKE AT MEET


ss

the
d


ING


He Told of the Importance
of the River and Harbeqa
Congress, and Said
Pensacola Should a
Big Delegation at the De-
cember Convention.

At a well attended joint meeting
yesterday afternoon of the members
of the Chamber of Commerce and Golf
Coast Inland Waterway association.
resolution were adopted urging co-
operation upon the part of the com-
mercial bodies and city council with
the National Rivers and Harbors con-
gress, and requesting that a strong
delegation of prominent business men
attend the congress, which is-to con-
vene in Washington on December 9
for a session of tree days. Resolu-
tions on the Gulf Coast Inland Wa-
terway Association were also adopted.
A feature of the meeting was the
address of Capt. J. Ed O'Brien, who
was called upon to express his views
and give the meeting some advice ru-
garding the influence of the Rivers
and Harbors congress. Capt. O'Brien
urged very strongly the sending of a
large delegation tb the congress, as
the latter is about the only associa-
tion wbach has great Influence in
Wathington He also urged the Cham-
ber of Commerce to send delegation.
to Washington whenever anything is
desired, as the presence of such dele-
gations has much effect, both upon
oapgress as well as committees and
representatives from Florida. though
fae latter have -been very active In
their work for this section.
Gulf Coast Waterways.
A letter was read him hee Gulf
Coast slad~ Waterways aeseation.
which tAted that .eh0 eP1 id
sI o o t6e 0 vtl to be Oieto1 t
iobus, Ga.
Upon motion of Mr. Mitchell the
president was authorized to appoint
five delegates to attend te conven-
tion.
Mr. Waterman then introduced the
following resolution, which was adopt-
ed:
"Be it resolved, That the Chamber
of Commerce specifically endorses
the objects and purposes of the Gulf
Coast Inland Waterway association
and urges the business men of Pen-
sacola to give it-practical support by
becoming members of said associa-
tion; and
"Be it further resolved. That the
president of the Chamber of Com-
merce be, and hereby is, requested
to appoint a special committee of Ave
members, with himself as chairman, to
be styled the Gulf Coast Inland Water-
way committee of the Chamber of
Commerce. which committee shall be,
and is hereby charged with Cie duty
of fostering interest in the proposed
gulf coast inland waterway between
Mobile Bay and Apalachicola bay. and
thence across the isthmus of Florida.
and also the duty of a-cnring mem-
bers for said Gtulf Coast Inland Wa-
terway association; and
"Be it further resolved; That Hon.
P. K. Yonge. vice president for Flor-
ida of the Gulf Coast Inland Water-
way association, be requestqd to aP-
point a committee. of three or more
(Continued on Page EIght.)

makers

fd by Trial Judge

Magistrate Geismar ruled that there
could be no bookmaking unless there
was the regular paraphernalia of book-
making, and the men remained In one
particular spot to carry on their bus-
iness. HIe said It would be necessary
to show that they posted odds and
sought bets from the public.
"Their conduct was reprehensible,'
said the magistrate. "but in no way
a violation of the new law."


Target Practice Records

Broken by Gunboat Squadron


The Hobo-Cuss inventions. Them air-scoots will do away with railroads, den
there will be no bumnjers to. ride on, an Iiy profession will have ter hoof it.


By Associated Press.
Manila, Oct. 28.-W-hile tne scores
and figures of the cruiser and gun-
boat squadron "nade in target and bat-
tle practice, which has just been con-
eluded, will not be made public until
they arrive at the navy department
,in Washington. It has been announced
;that all previous records have been
broken. The Rainbow led in the gun-
boats squadron. exceeding all t'e
scores made by the Wilmingtot, )res-
e:nt holder of the trophy.
In day and battle practice all the
warships Improved the shooting made
last year in spite of the fact that con-
ditions were much more difficult and
:hat the cruisers knew notaling of
the government conditions until seal-
a


--.


ed orders from Washingto- were op-
ened on the practice grounds.
The Helena. Galveton and Rainbow
accomplished remarlWble results in
night Bring, some of the reeords ex-
ceeding by 300 per cent anything ever
before aceomplisbhed.
The order of excellence establHsed
according to scores made in day prae-
tice is as follows:
Galveston, Chattanom nver,
Cleveland. Rainbow, Helena, Wilmint-
ton and Concord.
At the conclusion of the practice af-
ter the scores had been tabked.
Admiral Harbor, cer--mngC the
squadron warmly conwatulated the
ordnance officer and ceamaaders of
the various vessels on the remarkubtO
efficiency attained.


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NAL.


One of Tcnncssee Night

Riders Makes Confession


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SE -COL ..MOR I, OCTOBER 2 . I .
H PESCL ORA ~fSA ONNocToBER29198


1 fe3m, o1r 1bee OF Ur J WOLFE ORDERS THE CHICAGO HEALTH

.P or te.d..with-the t t r,~d_ CI Y TO ISSUE LICENSES A UMES BI
[. ".'. "* IHI ~Li- HIlhis successful xppo Oet by quo war -,_ ,
~ .... ,,BB5 ilf llln-l l lin ll ~ranto. or other proper procd t .M.
there be any the legal right to the Gra d e Writ of Man Reports Must Be Had From
Sw What the Florida Primary .-u damus Med For by 0of the circuit u Farmers Ship-

the lie i Ws nopw Provide-- Aco.,r and Whitfieid, J. J., concur; Parkhll, Liqpor Men. inu ,p AP fET ping to the City. rya
S"complte, embacg all the .,awA om g ddqualified. The chief iJustice" II i ii U ll
i, -ather all styles, with but to Rect Tledsio: ws pented ne nbe SEVEN DEALERS OUTSIDE OF THE UUlIIIb UfUU IN If the Latter Do Not Make LAOlUI
S$ present at Its nounct. DISTRICT ARE TO OBTAIN LI- a.. Reports Milk Will Not Be
S As cmett of athe decision of biw a softM id J V b bdo CENSES FOR $1I,000, INSEAD OF Alo d Effuu
_. O. u m, BIb ce olfte cili IIf 'okd--* othto.- -^ --
And reme9ber, good wear the supreme co a few days sinc st laM miy mw Ml. oA E FOR BY OR I IIn .- E orts to Sup Frank H
St I / n Ce K OM a~s ce mention ot U$2U500 AS CALLED FOR BY ress Typhoid and Diph-
which was mde in the Metropolis, Is M W b. NANCEt r. Student
a s ect of interest throughout Flor F.S, OYSTR. S thera.
-- --I =e 4d other states as wel. since a FRESH OYSTERS "" -h -S-- "" .. _av
r n ital prinoiPle of the primary EOiR aJ ye bi rd The Movement to This Sec- Say
9Iu IHIE- l il lw was adjudicated by it, says a Every day. "-1 6-3 Judge J. Emmet Wolte yesterday is- y Asweatd Press.
fli from Taeia see to the Jack Oystwr pot has moved tO sued the order applied for by seven tion Exceptionally Heavy chicao. Oct. 28.-Ten thousand ver a
Peet Furnia ers For fPol T e was b ght up from the 112 South Palafox St., Phone quor eaers o the cty to compel er re ud e This Winte t. armes a in. rede
Thrd VCogreusiomal strict, In which 1210. cs tto sse tm have tbeen taken firmly In b hs s
lu-which-1210. Ce--e to sell liquors. in the city at It
l .. Ma-. .m. SWhiter Ke b detestedd the nor- 8$1,000, instead e t-JS_,. as prescrbed the of health by 0 a batery of
__ aa ot D itee_ H. Mays. In the by city ordinance for all -saloons con- C. C. PACKARD WHO RETURNED of suppressing sporadic outbreaks e
tur-, s made to the couat.saional 1 I l I L ducted outside of a certain radius as scarlet fever, typhoid and. diphtheri eatlie School s
l-4mmittee Mays bad a majority of .1 stated In the ordinance. YESTERDAY SAYS THAT THE L. The supervision is tht most w the New Rave
"T r'lI tILN ,49 votes over Keboe. Contest wasi U l gUklLI Recently monem-ns proceedings thematic ever attempted in Chicag, Reerves, says
. made by Kebee, charging Illegality in were brought In the circuit court by A N. S BRINGING SIX TRAINS and in the opinion of Health Commsa N .
four e ontle, an d Wpon these charges i.- Goldring, J. E. Whittle, John Zir- TO THE SOUTH MANY BOUND sooner W. A. Evans, not oly wiu built at the L'
S Dthe ong m m-o.al committee, upon a k Iebach, J. W. Graham, P. C. Mor. avert the likelihood of any epidemic, gine works, i
K o Pvote of to 6, declared Keboe thel ris, w s. Norman and Mitch Jacoby. FOR THE ELBERTA SECTION. but will go tar toward ridden the e y ew y
-aSalee. Mays appealed to the cir- Yesterday the case came up for final city of all three diseases. the ve
.- -c-, c ucrt for .inaitmas to compel m decision and the mandamus was is- The supervision over farmers who l tthe *m
the district coTmiittee to canvass the -t sued. "Everything indicates a great immi- shi- milk to the city will be Do e the modern nu
*&votes as returned by the several This question was passed upon last i m s t, strict. Beginning toty. thousands Thelfsav
S" a-"- S~. of W.tr emmttes. The cort did Is, Series of Accidents in Un- year, but has been appealed by the raon ,rom the orth this winter. of litUe yellow tags will be sent out dispensable to
P6 ... ----"Ositeisinft..hathGO-Lolt aai CnC.Pakar l st. nightst n upon ar-
.. .. .ase w .dw.w ad thereupon the C ity. and pending a decision by the aiC. Pard ls nit uo a. to them, on which they will be ex when the surf i
oSJbe ofta m -order a mcbm emltoUte reconvened and declared s aup Lupreme court the city refused to rival of the afternoon train from the


to,. a s 1a-. t e h bot ne on th - Sprinnde 'aora-uiia St. "We came down on the fat report certifying to that efect, and if cuately, for t
, 0 Su seSte... l a- t.e^t the Detoer.i ,..votie. would J. H. Taylor scored, engaged in pet8 a6 peels. te . Thve, eet waso u divided. for pe unloading mahogany logs on the steam- na iense, e fo o, left Cihcinnati last night-two from sent .back. rc r i o
sas s uhsEe fi been excited to nhl sBae pssa Evansville and oe from St. al Ites
alg tw 1v .t l*P* or we tis ** w pi... t.rd ..... a..dl.r tare.. by .oe of. pense of the police department, $44, was postib that another wo,,ld be an r dfdl | tt dt Ifftfl taons of darkness
d "In rs "May. oeW th the s .n terdaam ow, wase badl Injure by
- ,- r.ar eheay deie otfv the PreMe- the ls. He was on a tcaan 702.00; total expenses f.re department required from St. Louts, as there are It er, which cond
our,. "Op --- .-tickeeDmorti otp Venus.... .Tayeoraicoloroad. hn ofetih-, e poi ed dpatmepnt, wasi xOioble that noe f wol be Mthree iS
i a N s a *. eel was holding a guy line to p ll the log $47,256.00; total expense street de ications a big movement south- i I to the u
JAB. HAt, t.e atrPte&ofI te re ower s pohtio on the car when ittrck apartment, $21,720.00; for the twa44 from the northwest. medpeooadrng

K. R.S. and satatalits the co-tention of o b. the blow and otherwise ed-e es, $4,900.00; total for the year, far run out of the north the Louisville poatsk=wa
a-ys, will assist in solving. a prob- rd He a carre to St. A $252,983.00. & Nasville railroad having made an m S u lower end, fora
-----........ lee that promised to be perplexing t-ony';s hospial. A report fn-there The harbor and, suatary committee prc ent-r-e fa'--re for-te--ou-d-trtp. -,le for water,
S T decision was written by Jstic late ,t last night said that his injuries recommended that the city wharf on Another similar excursion Is, I be- I lll rimer and w
NOT i teoner, ad is irn part as follows: lawhe _I^ r .l fata L Magnolia street be rebuilt and that a e o e . ef t mont. must be tecuretl
or opon upon the point d. A. C. Douglas, colored, was also k. fee be charged for its use. It aeta "I have not visited Pensacdla since srecon .
d.A., I. tahtM M the' riht s cnt ted jured while working on the same ves- recommended that the application ot last June, so am not informed as to The disadva
~ader ours primary law I are such that sel yesterday. His leg was badly hart Ed. Bock for bath house privileges what 'is tae status of the proposed The Little Town of Enter- erea .s _se .u
.....wea violated te courts may be e while engaged in unloading logs. be not granted. The recommtenda- ferry across Perdido bay which was P lde i
S7 THOS. MTCr. NTLL Urte to for their redress and that A sallor on the Spanish steamship tons were adopted. up for discussion before the Chamber se Now Threatened aor t vesse
I. rsm e his _a ie s tm ;n the writ of nanumna may be i ed Vivtana was struck by a deal yester- A communication from the Board of Commerce last spring. But ift pr" ow atne to et a d
,e td bsaoSI -S-Wr to con the performance of the dr- day and painfully injgted, of Public Safety asking that the nothing definite has been done it methods.
S, Oatre mU ps* ties. wieh are Imposed by the statute water main be ex teded to the ex- seems to me that the matter should by Blaze. The illustrt
o. 4. "ps the beanbers of the 'standing or treme northeast option of the city have immediate and successful atten- fthe eh eaonst
gne. .. J [ irrstoal committee of a con- "n m n n us referred to the bond trustees. tion. My Information from Chicago isli at t"e mo
S=reoI distret If those duties are IAii I i communication from the Board is that tAe Baldwin county land comr- special to The Journal. l ble te m u-a
Ministerial and not judicial. Section I of Public Works, asking that $2,000 pansies are flooded with buyers and Meridian. Miss., Oct. 28.-A forest empory
a I iril i cle 5 of our constitution, a be appropriated, for the purpose of that every indication now points to fre of considerable magnitude has placed on
a nI IdlnI III added in 1898. reads aq follows: ... ... constructing 1,500 feet of petrolithie their bringing down and locating more been raging on the mountains south ing, a~d at th
.. A I U xpt the nature may loth | An appropriatin f $150 for the of immigration was taken up. over fully two miles of timber, lev- ,ta edfor
Sr Iiln"w ronad eomxeaiton with udi I ll chase of horse "tforse in the "A gentleman wto was in Baldwin iing in their wake blackened sa be loaded, cla
S'l M l owr In all matters connected patrol wagon waaite by the county late last week Informed me charred trees and underbrush. ,Start- PieSta* te
mnUULU ^ the ftactiaMs of their offce.' ance commIttee. In Lousville yesterday that there are ing on Mt. Barton Friday night, rem here and abro-
"As there Is no provision of the and G.ioa anor .h e- A resolution adopted by the Board now so many newcomers in t'at cout- a camp flre built by a party of po -en.-nt
t-"tlco nti anathoraing the legisl- Hug of s Pubilc Safety at a recent meeting ty that people are living in tents. and sum hunters the Are soon gained con- Recent expew
t.e .. S e to obr Judal powers rpoa asking that the city ordinance require cooking their ,bred in mud ovens, sierable headway, eating its way, with b--
Die4 Last Night at H r those who hoM, conduct ,or canvass, nAddiCSSd An immnse tag saloons to close at 9 p. m. be pending the construction of their slowly at first, but gradually gaining met rifse ha
election primary or otherwise, th amended'so as to compel them to omes headwayalong e side of the mo where the un
Homse After pvwgering powers conerrered must necemarily Gathering at Madison close at 11 p. mjwas referred to the lI know that the Elberta people tain, and speading out to the sopth- ae tn he
b =It tsis reib ia their nature. It Is fire and police e imittee. have concluded arrangements for ward. Since Friday the fire bhas g fi-red a spec
cam aain borhe canei ated tno t e au Square Garden. A communication from the mayor budi ab ch from Bay Mi- burned unchecked until it now has" g wi dede
s ad ultimate power to pass upon ----- for the beautifying of the Palatox will put railroad transportation from homes of persons living on the moun- impossible. T
..... the question whether a vote east at .o-t street parkway was referred to the present lines to Elberta, or within tain have become endangered and Int phenomenon be
Mrs. 8. Corlano. wife of Cap. 8 a aeleetion was legally cast, for that Madison .. New York, finance committee. six miles of the shores of Perdido at least one or two cases it ass been aggravated, as f
Corlao, died last aght at 9:0M 'e'OC Is a JudAtleral question. We mst, Oct. 28.-William H. Taft and Chas, A petition signed by citizens ask- r' company alone conently necessary to fight the fames back of a cannon of
at the family home on West teefor, eastrf the pr elc- E Hughes were te attraeions at the ing that s.oos be allowed to re Ms o e esl be sa nt t keep them from spreadin to the type (such as t
s e e d te, ,tios laws in the light of these d ret reubla ass meet ma open ntl 11 p. m. was refer i es n the eberta t rI tis wn houses and consuming them. used by the
ciio qpi Ge toh-. ..a street. She.. Tg In a top teren unt pol come tot. s s The territory swept by the fire is service on abor
Mrotm heart -trouble for a erl I pe r I is contended by plaintifs In e a ei n Sqath reGarde- n a tM ito eredos fir aolm i ca n tothe estimated that noth less than 10 two mes in length and extends fron projectile and r
ad was 6 years old. She m ae ror that this ew wous- mete was t S rem.arkal e In mons tFrom Bakll s people wei then lvin g in the mliMt Barton to the terprise road twenty or thirty,
from Ne~w .r--,n~s ot ~.asesultinlding n cssaeqle ways than Doe. Every mention Of tge I rsnse... t. o -a.an for b0s from tea f whico-h anto is theeter. A.n ,iso e ofte Cek by. theve ,
from New Orles about result in rr holdg the priar name Governor H hes caused the bks to be des ted as cty d to these, say, 2,500 now expected as theast o the city. Checked by the over
and had resided ta.t hs atty ever election laws to be unconstitutional, hall to resound wt cee g and re receil d wcon Enterprse road the fire has turd This source o
EL.ptetii fouling were recesv- n y coming and we have 3,500 con- to te suthani ie a

ce. She s arrived by W e h- became, accord to the cotentio, hen be entered the all the crowd, to d on ers wai for o -tunit to the th and is read exist with the
band and s ae.hs an tW *uger jadllal powers, the power to pas which filled every available space in e- e n fwere aed se n es acola a aitin thought the lowlands on the other much as the gu
one of the latterbelog o rsa. Clae4 upon the legality of vttes east at an the auditorium, cheered "in m for nak- t ol mesns ooes tse an o nly dw side of the mountain. N o effort has sition, as in a
Wliktas of this city.~ She also ar election and the making of decisions teen minutes. Gov. Hughes made a Fi National s Bank, 4 per cen on oerenv ic to and o M- been made to extinguish e re and brate under th
vived by three g ladhchldran. of the county and congressional com- characteristic address which was re- 4 to and from M this would be practically impossible Rat
uneral services will be held at St. mittees final upon these and other ceived enthuiastically. But t re- Pe la Bank an rust o., "In addition a world trk d even should it be desired to do so. The improve
Michael's church, the cortege leaving questions would bring the whole law malned for Taft to Inspir a greater cen on time depos and 3 per In addition a world o truckan for te tonues of flame spread out r considerably le
the home at .30 o'clock this evening. I conoint with the constitution, as it demonstration. For nineteen minutes cent on daily balances. food supplies will bed asdw on t a hundred different directions at the length, and is b
The interment will be at St. Mohaes cannot be concluded the legislature Madison Square Garden trembled Peoples National Bank, 6 1-0 er acres, all of which will be ofimty same time. clal bronze a
cemetery. would have passed the primary stat- from tee stamping of thousands of cent on all classes. alue to the eole of this city while Tbe leaves and tmderbrush are as tion o salt wae
The following have been 'elected utes without these provisions. It is feet and the roar of voices. When American National Bank, 6.05 per value o thpoe f m city le dry as finder owing to the fact that tapers from th
to act a pall-bearers: F. Co ar duty to hold the states to be the noise ceased Taft began his ad- cet on rst class; 6.10 per cent on the value of trade from 3,500 peopl there as been no rain for several greatest train
myns. Win. Camp. P. E. Peterson. co stlttional If we can do so with- dress. His voice was hoarse, but the second class, and 6.25 per cent on to be over-estimated yays. However, as the nre can do no of ave inches a
James O' Neal. Jackson Brahdo, 3d out violating the plain intent of the crowd was satisfied merely to look at third class. "It seems to me that tss is a de- immediate damage not a great deal of clal sel-locking
Peake. eglare. him and every word was cheered. The bide will be considered at the tail which should be promptly urged concern is felt. for the first little the simplest a
"We think it plain that the secUtion Tspecial oeetfn briday ht to a safe conclusion." rain will be sufficient to check the parts of any y
in1 ii ll of the general statutes provides the NIGHT RIDER The B dt of Public Works re fire, if not extinguish it entirely. For loading, closes
Uon I!I I m Iil Woly occasion when and method by O -- T quested the~ nbance committee to 1.i. . that reason it will be permitted to in such a way
nn n I I mn iHIr which the right of a perso to vote at CONFESSES TO name separately the amounts appro l rrT Tburn itself out nto th
U U 1 1 IIU IUL, primary election can be questioned THE GOVERNOR priated for the different squares. The This is the first time that a fire drained out.
It Is to be done at the time when allotment is as follows: has broken out in the oods on the t its safety
Ti 1A0 ilsPP slffIhP moB person offers to vote. The in- (Continuod From First Pa~e) City hall grounds, $250.00; SevilleI I*/ mountains in several years, a similar a lanyard, and
IsrieliLLcl.. l tors then hear the evidence ad _e ae, r80; L then determine for or against the most convincing and damagag nature Georgia square $800.00; Bayview having ocrred about e years ago. and cate t

Ma ----r-. n o Te is. a e minit tlherei ap on n. uoer he-rlhat tramadtrrh square. $100.00. iNal reoil
Manly Addresses D iar oor y el a e Neo, wi dangle St he said he is sure that after the election Ipecal recoL e
-- ldu- --p. --_: he will have $250000 with which to ..... 11 ill moist. Instead


Starring to the Frank Ferrbeger ha confess a theconstruction work on the aens in o e ot tom- der charge in a
DJaring the Day and gtstatute reference to the o Implicated ten Or twelve men nowhint osrton ksI I
statute I ference to custody. He gave the W it A"4,sarailroad to Pensacola. to misre, it
Sofvoterthe court sat -und.ao e t The following resolution, onered by mons Have Been Closed Had its prime
NUght Seasions. r 0 thatth e Se W mnat iw e-Sa Pn AerewsA laerea Ard awop tod broofa U
. Toay and ton t et ha. bee tO slips esy t
-. iL l SnaI carefully guarded in anIst tat. it has co to the w After the cartri
The VFloridaanur coaforeo ofdede wahehasbsocmeafter laette The Florida, preme ourt has -up Re
the A. M. Zton church convened ys. _do not dtak that this section author- tus' tent. lat *1tL vV& lasted changes to the city charter est ;t b P---- Al iduvS P h.m
terday at noon and was largely atteoa&d-fes the committee to speak or taka thoee urs. -resented to the next legislature; ana d ce hae drien the govern- hel tleality of the clock clo ee a
ed Reports of oaont show e e sad entheetaeror r in r0pro uble a few ears ago by rel of vmet to the unusual course of te-a In law, passed by the city council emhisally at t
Im. vee.nt among the churches n et f thAe ai r44eiq opie y csin the oP of and now eetv i e aat. r. f
La't night Mayor C. C. Goodman vote Ix concerned. for there no moat eti Jq dev _lo te tfi that tlh charter was chn d dies g lers in the House o Crin The case wa appeaAed some mot r
addressed the conference on be W o authority piven the to sum. w -SK d -tte-ahe t -- actoidy de. without .being sully understood, sad m Thl was ithe ced by the ago, when a negro emploe of. a al
the city. Other addreses were made nesses or go into investigation t agree, ad the ovrr red to aveld a recurece of anything of speaker toghtl th saloon was arrested ad fined for do- OVRNOR
by hishp Alstark of o0ttowr. suc qmason. There Is no ex- sew tonight as highly pleased with like nature at t se of the eg Dring the evening, wh the. In business after the closg hour. ON NIGH
Dr. J. P. Moreland, of Charlotte, N rss power given and an implied t had been brt out. isl e, be it y proposed lse was scang th licesing W wonder if General Grubb will a
C.T Dr. ov Jackson, ofen at d i a. m "r-s" -etved by the fact the d (meaning othe y o ed at tsie opposite e.ed of the csinam- tr t cwl ino thee Rubla M epsl




astly. t-h*s o the c.-. omaWtte the court deems and tea d im to send word to my th referring lo the resolution Ae ber, O ad a man d hooted protehe sOukeinan' Head <, >rtU
Dr. J. P. McMlW Tusg Ala t ane1es4ry to twei saylg only: darling Ge reviewed only knows how de to the city charter by hos apS A wase twedbytity t r a i ntoa mp
o the addree Neai f red byC counThe word mmittee.- ry w- e n- ateto leae m i. l det il t an early date g in voe prem T te ale oRader was nleeremon- Severed From Bod a a the
io attendance on the conventionMwas e- me the wen a te best that the puble aopty be fully theresol iny eoetey bndt from f he hdbllesi- tdi of reii
world by A. F. Bradley. rip y matter hs ee decided by cord When I am gone y cn tke to any ap every council in a taerown from the stra were heard of a b
Tremovm tlae. Call openrt 1fu am. el tft cet rating to the (meay thing s brotheat of Geort ge e rn oolt h a te' t e opposite. Twd of the chas-ragettes Cle M- ric
daily. tiW Of the 00=11"e the court deeres and ten 'him to send word tomy n referring the resoutio nA- lbert od a man shouted r*eg- o ...... Head.the pre....
it unneemasr to dwell, saying only: darling George. God only knows bow derman Too= that the eouneil against Ofujustice to women.- -- sti
Hudsh sad Nc 4--- ,.m C6ele -The wo 0 w Very well be u- I hate.to leave him, ut it is I l tI was -o. W2tIn the prom T male ofender was c en. Severed From Boay -ct-- on th
AtXATIVE ,ROMO Q the de od mea ing that wen a the best.. im a0. -the option of the remolu, ejet atedutfrom te -laes. -
world wide CON Ad Grip rem00Y matter has been decided by c.-I "When I am gone you can take any ties woodl--"put the eOUMLl in Sl l -al"ery e sounds were heard of a B _. -at-' P .. e J Pr.....
Look for signature E. W. GROVU. to the --m te.-: t-at there is to be them. I want s to' leave -my e Tt eating was presided over by Airly chased themselves to the Els wag d.9ptated $aday a n .-- -i-te v
25e. ,. . pre-rsTlat- sad delays. 4e" h gagement ring en my aer ne ry Prildet Toae ae d A"ldermea DIa- grle, and for a time 'reited all er- the Anueraa Sleee, and Wlra-
as are te t it Ts5a~nsan5 re-t w me tI my e' 6" in. mAndrews, Ingraham, R eteblae. a osmt at rem~l- crying cotinuously compan-s ill. .. wa. a .
; a w Party. ossraimls. It -ae. to s that he will be Es s she reqa-st. Wa -Y. oge, B elly, Brow. Is hrill toes their demands for ire duwert, d e w-: r to .S
The chlre at sebol No. 40 will s a a view Is esIal to the proper ed all In white, with the enag-ement Ghey, Wright, Moyer and Ander votes. Finally the ffragettes were n a ed ot wire broke d
give a baw'ta y for the e ma i ei s the pr- rinLg, Gte symbol of her leve, her son were present. removed, but only after portions of struck him about the neck. Hi
St o the achd ltheo eser b mary lawf, 1 i a primary electia is happess and her greater grief, The counsel will meet in special the grille had been removed with neck was burned h i a
ag. corner Pulatox and Chase, Satro ceDed at & -amCfieay early date, as her inger, and the locket, another seMson FriMay at 7 p. Im. m.f tses completely sever- &
day, October 31. Admission tree. It should be, and the committeemen t venir of the love thai led her into rr a. S "c t f r The Ty ua
e mmts served. 4 acer are rompt In attendindeth will ue at her white t Su ribe for The Journa Subscribe for The Journal.al
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all, Former Yae
Invents Life-
ing Gun.

illy laid out and maes
miles back of here ex-
were completed today
improved breech-load-
Sa former Yale St- i
tuient and member of
a Battalion of Naval
a special from New-
she guno whici were
ckawanna Marine .
Newburgh. are of an
pe, designed to be 3r-
iseFa ranl or tops with
e ease aid accuracy as
val rapid-fire gun.
g g a is absolutely in-
Itte-savers at times
tins so him gtas to pre-
the life-boat. In order
ecdes-boy or life-car.
t be shot to the vessel
o insure success, the
ad fire quickly and ac-
tere Is no time to be
cess, furl her. tiat ofthe
the gun and the pow-
t be adopted to condi-
rs, cold and wet weath-
Itions are directly op-
mcessful working of the
gun. with its unprotect-
ge bags, its open bore
rd and closed at the
ing a natural recepta-
and its open, ignit ng
oden carriage, which
y tied down to prevent
stages of such a gun
elmingly obvious as to
cessful use heretofore
1, which led Mr. Hall
parture from the old
Ion represents one of
-ucted for the Snolbom-
tent of discharge. As
i Is fitted with porta-
platform, which can be
round without anchor-
e same time approzi-
iction the ship's deck.
men, as indicated, are
rving the gun. It can
9d aid fired witJ ease
drty seconds.
being prouM A, bo,1 .
.a. .
Ex rtments.
riments In connection
rmy and navy govern- ,
re demonstrated that
is not properly bal-
in position while be-
tes of vibration devel-
cts the path of the bul-
urate shooting almost
he above mentioned
comes in certain eases
or example in the case
the old mussleloading
he muzzle-loadng gun
government life-saving
i), which Ares a heavy
ecoils when fired some
feet, turning over and
if inaccuracy does not
new Hall gun, inas-
n Is rigidly held in po-
vise, and cannot vl-
e heaviest discharges.
her Short.
d life-saving gmn Is
ss than three feet in
built of steel and a spe-
y, which resist the ac-
ter and air. The gun
e breech, where the
comes, to a diameter
Lt the muzzle. A spe-
Smechaunism at once
nd ba.ving the fewest
et devised for breech-
the rear of the bore -ii
hat any water finding
gun will be instantly
The firing hammer.
device. Is actuated by
relies wholly on the
nner, all t2.e springs
ches ordinary used in .
being entirely elim<-
vent the troublesome
jumping back of the
S It is provided with
aecks, attached to the
I of having the pow-


looms woolen bag, open a .
is contained, together
r, ta a hermetically
cartridge core, which
the breach atthe gun. J
dge has been taserted .;
cloed, the- projectile .
ae is inserted in the :
laerical shaot. ronded
be inner end and hay-
swecwring the shot Has

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WO5frs C* Per s Chosen IIMBLH 1
i any other med-&
2*0 lafiffit ND.Cm 11.metees Appointed. --
mtr he nt _Hae w gg nt--down r~hllBL 1 McAV. --}
Mad "di ieAe for McDAVID.
ihZ..MW tu 8 i i" THm CONSTITUTION ADOPTED al tT JurnaL
IUS .is1 W7j me U ,. PMT Bcial Y Th. JeurmalE
*V ,I I d it coa- A& PRESENTED BY THE COWM- a SaSO McDavid, Fla., Oct. 38.--We had just
s t e a s MITTEE-PLAKS FOR FUTURE F a very light sprinkle of rain here to-
ila of tthe melcin- With Stiffening- Prices, day. which was greatly needed.
Sewm ive s m lg el. WORK MA PED OUT-MEET. Old Grandfather Brewton is quite
, a m cad Miver oil actually taken INGS TO BE HELD TWICE EACH S the iepolt. ton.
i ft e iak s tvem witbhut a MONTH. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McDavid and
i, p aoW f o to eet the stomach and It Is nearly bark to the halycyon mother, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Har-
a ztarz.M w-rk, tlc i.o. .dmed days with the lumbermen again prisonn and little daughter, Eleanor.
aiuti o ak irn ar d ide Te rd.Prices are on the rise, smiles are on spent several days last week across
VI1nl 'I reMOnlae4d throKot the The first regular meeting of th,- faces and still the demand continues the river at McDavid Mineral Springs.
(w 4rl 0S the grateat trengt ereS- Civic League of Pensacola occurred says the Montgomery Advertiser. They report a most enjoyable time.
Stor for old apple, weak, sickly wo- yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at The optimism contrasts heavily Mrs. M. M. Caro of Pensacola. Is
e -d children. sad build upthey.. C. A. buildingwhen con-with he cotton interests. While the visiting here, the guest of Mrs. Salva
Sd bild up te Y. M. C. A. mii, when a con- warehouses are filling rapidly with MeDavid and family.
tsri-th after l stitckutio was adopted, officers elected "hold" cotton, the mills are working J. P. Harrison and family spent
Vitol to also seeelled for back and the appointment of necessary full time turning out handsome or last Sunday at Century, the guests of
ag e01ghs, 0 hreSsc 4o 4 .and bron- ConKlttees. MrsX. l~orida Sheppard ders. The prices, too, have shown a Mrs..C. H. Quinn.
chite was aanimously elected resident slight increase in the past two weeks Miss Dora Clark visited home folks
f V& f ail to give -atlaionthe popular new organ Ization, with which, considering the eve of the last Saturday and Sunday. and also
t falls to lve -tisation Mesdames W. D'C. Kessler and Hor- presidential election, I; the more took in the Pensacola Batf Association
-V alwaysre ruran eey On demand. ace Simpson a iarst and second vice- pleasing and remarkable. at Roberts.
Wlite''s Pharmacy. Penaeola. presidents respietively. Miss Rider The advances are through all Mrs. John Williams. of our town,
was chosen for the olle of corre- grades practically. The railroads are is visiting in Pensacola this week.
spending secretary, and Mrs. E. C. building cars at a tremendous pace, Mrs. Minnie ABns and children
'Maxwell recording secretary. Miss anticipating the rush of the traf left today for Adalusia, Ale., where
Burrow will serve as treasurer. fic. of which there is already a fore theywill in future reside.
TOLD. The entire afternoon was given runner. This calls for special grades. AV. C. McDavid of Chumuckla. was
over to shaping matters in order that Those heavy buyers who are not build a business visitor here Tuesday.
systematic work minay be begun t ing cars are building homes and in- The new M.. church is neari-g
.. -"." -once, Secretary Sherrill of the Y. M. stitutions. Here is demand for an- completion gret has onecoat oppearpancet.
0. L. St41e. o- Bfrmblghamm, is C. A. aiding the ladies considerably other grade. whh adds greatly to its appearance
among the boiness viltors In the by his presence during the entire The result of the improvement of and when it is finished will do credit
city -who are registered at the Mer- meeting. The Civic League, which three months. therefore, has been to Mrs.1 C. Brewtonreturned Sun-
cumts. really received its first substantial transform the entire lumber entr enter day from Atmore, where she nad gone
s footing yesterday afternoon, wil: prise of the yellow pine region, to visit her father's family. She was
R. Bryn, o Hartford, Ala., is in meet at the y. M. C. A. on the second Where once there was cutting at an quite sick while there, but she is now
the city on a bLnesas visi at. Thursday of each month, the dues as actual loss a profit is put weekly to very much Improved and able to be
* decided upon, to be one dollar a year. the credit A the lumber manufacture up again.
Capt. J. Ed O'Brlen is at home, and As to Constitution. er. He is cutting full time and pay- Mr. and Mrs. Wade Cardwell visit-
is befig warmly greeted by hin large The following extract of the con- ing his men 'air wages.* The time ed their son, Riley Cardwell, last Sun-
anmber at reads m n Pensacola. Capt. stitutioU whieh was framed by the has about ceased when he Ia sawing day.
O'Brtien wil romai 'ere until after committee on constitution. composed for intermittent orders. There is a .
nmet Tuemday, having come home to of Mesdames Mayen, *Marston, Bear regularity about the demand that X ..ro -_
east his vote in Cie gneal eletteis. and Miss Mauaierite MtIntyre, an't seemed 10to be lost to the btrsiness at
He will then go td New Orleans on which was adopted at yesterday's the height of the panic. CHIPLEY.
buoanless oseted with thp Amerl- meeting, contains the alma and pur- The mill yards are accumulating a
can Bar Plots' association, *of which poses of the league in a nut shell, good line of stocks, but this has no -
he is presMidat. and It should be considered thorough -bearish effect. The manufacturer is special to Tih Journal.
* ly and wen by every public spirited no longer sawing away just to keep Chipley, Fla., Oct. 2S.-The farmers'
J. L Walker, of Norina, Fla., is a man and woman in the city of Pen- his labor forces together and his ox institute met here yesterday and was
business visitor to the city. sacola teams paying interest on themselves addressed by Prof. P. H. Rolfs, of
* Article 1. Nsme. This association There is said to be profit on every Gainesville. superintendent of the ex-,
Jud J-. Emuett WaOfe ad State shall be called the Civic League of deal at present. periment station, and A. S. Meharg.
Attorney J. Walter Keboe have re- Pensacola. "And we look forl prices to go high- one of the trustees of the A. and M.
twned traon mBltfay. where they have *Article II. Object. The object of er after the election," said a local College. Grenada, Miss. lae meeting
been oMRucting court for tie past ten thi sseoosation shall be to secure wholesaler Tuesday. "They cannot be was called to order by C. E. Pleas of
*, better civic conditions-to ptromot' kept down. It is contrary to the law *tifts place, a good attendance being
Sloal municipal improvements-to fur of supply and demand to hold lumber present.
Hon. John Neel. of Westville. wa ther wholesome legislation, and to prices down. ,Everyone knows tha: The first speaker was-. Prof. Ro!fs.
ameng the visitors to Peacola yes- stimulate public esetiment in favor more timber is being cut today than who talked on the different crops that
S, of makldg Pesacola. a better place can be supplied by new growth in could be raised in this county, and
St In wdch to live. Three times the years the man the value of each aTd th different
The tlele III. Membership. 1. Any abroad who depends upon America times for planting, after whichh A. S
e la y .y V 62 degrees at citizen of Peasacola or of its -suburbs and Canada for his soft wood supply Meharg dQ1ivered a very appropriate
1 A1. 11., wh0 t he 11111m1r ws54 At shall be eligible to membership in the must realize it I believe be real. address and one that was appreciated
4 I. a. .ar nthe[ame date .LeagueIzes It more ar do the American by all.
faeg"egre ne afternoon -session wa.;called
iumwas 68 t L There shall be five classes of consmers right here ain our midst." The afternoon session was cal
.l s 4 -date Is 74 degrees. eber-Honorary, sustaining, con- Building operations in Montgomery the two above speakers was enjoyed
_41 _i A 74.dogromtaibuting and regular. have shown improvement In a fort- by all. There was lo a display of
.l ..- ,. .. ,-- Honerary -meprbers shall be those night. The activity of surrounding some farm productA present, showing
Dr. Jon L. Tiller who ma been0'8- persoas who contribute annually $25 counties is also more noticeable. Tt what can be raised. There was a
rioawfi tertwo uqths w& a An at- to the support of the League. willertanly increase ith the ad stalk of cassava and also a cassava
taSckOf tpoifever, was outonthe Sustaining members shaIll be those vance in cotton that is exp-cted. It root nearly six feet long, raised by
St yesteryreeteig his friends persons who ootribute annually $10 will he much like the aphorism 01 M. Danley, as well as some very
aterhios t.ina. to the support of the League. Swift and where only one house large potatoes and corn.
0 Contributing members shall be grew before two will grow then. Mr. Pleas had a small bale of pea-
James Blaes nd *orman Prtchard. those persons who contribute annual- Yellow pine timber is still holding vines, showing the quality of hay and
Bdcharged gm with gab-tn ly $5 to the support of the League. its own around 25 cents. quantity it would produce to the acre.
twith ds, were discharged in the Regular members shan be those Messrs. Rolfi and Meharg left on the
geaer' court yesterday. persons who contribute annually $1 6 p. m. train for DePtniak.
00* * to the support of the League.
Charles Taylor. a negro hahanChildren's m membership hal % b -
Was 3d $and Cests in th record- those under the age of 12 years who IA K FROSTUTIS
orc tNyesterday for fast and reck- conrbute annually 25 cents to the FARMDALE
los g.suport ofthe League. a: TON I -- -- -
l* -3. In addition, there shall be pa
John Snow. colored, charged with tront, those who shall have made a l See a to The JurnaL
ftag a vagrant and also with being gifL to the Iague to the value of $100 U I Farmdale. Fla.. Oct. 28.-G. W. Low
a angerous and suspicious character. 4. hMembership dues r-hall be pay- of Wetappo. was here Monday.
was entenoed to 2 days In jail by able in advance each year. J. D. Forester of St. Andrews was
Reeader Johnaon yesterday. The Much Was Accomplished. doing business here Pri.ldy.
sentence will be suspended if be A flatteringly large amount of Weather Man Is Authority misses Nellie and Belle Russell
leaves the city. work was accomplished by the ladies ame up in a buggy from Cromanton
",; at yesterday's meeting, among which That His Nibs May Real- Saturday to visit among old friends.
evenmteen cases were docketed for was the establishment of a complete They returned Sunday aftcnoon.
trial In Ce recorder's court yester- understandinag'hs to the manner id E ct Several ladies visited tall e school
day. Seven defendant were found which the league is to be conducted ly Be Expected. Friday afternoon and all gave the
gUlty, four cases were continued. in the future. The main idea 0o If the -plans o the weather man do I e. sdv smntppt o ifor thep
ad si discharge Pines aggregat- course is to beautify Pensacola, and not seriously miscarry tonight, Pen- Pick Higgins. of Wewahitchka, an.1
$ag 4 wre assessed, it will be the purpose of each mem- sacola will see the first frost of the two other gentlemen, were here re-
LUE R ON COOKS- e to instill t e a knwlede o season, as predictions have been tc cently. They are prospecting a few
The women who make the best need nto the n s of hdred. the effect that western Florida and miles above here on a large tract of
he, pastry and r ak e the who should at one become active parts of Alabama 111 be caught in land they own, for lho:pltate and
eakes, none but Blue Rib members of the organiaon. It wa the breath of the first blasts of the other minerals.
ames or Vanilla oi decided yesterday to hold an annual winter season within the next 12 W. F. Woodford made a trip to
CLemon or election of ocers on the second hours. Pensacola has been expex Maliville Friday to get some dynamite
OC C Oh Triun'rsday of eaa May. encing some ideal October weather for the prospecting party who are
Sut eCrit) for The Journal. pTwo important ooMa ttees were lately, and a snap and tingle of frost camped a few miles above here.
SuObscribeforOT he ^CJO nal. appointed yesterday, one being for in the air will serve to lend a zest -- ---- _
__________ the purpose of nominating an execu to life which will make it all the If, **** L'rL =
..... tive board, and being composed of more worth the living. Today, will beDeFUNIAK.
SCa- Miss Burnrow, Mrs. L Mayer. an fair nd cold-once more relyin onDeFUNl .
Mrs. C. C. G-odman. A soliciting the aforesaid weather man. - -- l
ship list, was also created, these to ESCAPED CONVICTS peiO, t" Th : J. -rml. a
serve beaig Mesaames C. M. Coving- Deiaaiak Springs. Oct: 28.-riday
*ton, G. A. Watermamn. B. D. eggs. C. ARRESTED HERE nigat at the home of Mrs. Sue Gillis,
C.' Goodi, E. C. Maxwell and S the Christian Endeavor of tbe First
ou'l e i j- ut ** R. Mallery 'Kennedy. Mrs. Kennedy Wm. Smith. colored, an escaped Presbyterian church had one of its
y-l Ju w ttis .wl act as chairman of this commit convict from the camp at Atmore. most enjoyable socials. Each guest
mteana by buying here. tee. Ala.. was arrested yesterday by city on arriving had their first name pin-
*ML A large membership is anticipated authorities and placed in jail await- ned on a prominent parn of their
QMO4IC FAMILY Q cERI.ES at the next regular meeting of the ing the arrival of an officer from Ala- dress and were only to be so called


I BLUFF SPRINGS.

special" "aTe urna&
Bluff Springs. Fla.. Oct. 2S.-Miss
Maggie McCaskill of Nora, went to the
association at Roberts last Friday.
S. W. Dolive of Mobile. wa.< the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Sanders
Saturday.
The Messrs. W. A. Miller. of Mo-
lino, Fla.. Whalter McDavid of McDavid,
Oliver White, of Pine Barren. John
Gibson and J. E. Bowman. of McDavid
were all in attendance at the Masonic
lodge Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. McMillan of
Pensacola. were up here the other day.
John Chayers of Bond, Miss., who
has been sojourning here. returned
last Sunday morning, on urgent bus.
iness.
C. C. Parsons went to Brewton to
I absent about tAree weeks on buA-
iness.
Mrs. Georgia White and children,
of Flomaton, spent Sunday with her
parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Linton.
Miss Sadie Coley, who is teaching
school at Myrtle Grove. spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob.
ert Coley.
A fishing party from Repton spent a
couple of days angling for the tinny
tribe in old Escambia river the oth-
er day. Tae party was composed of
the following gentlemen: G. B. Sims,
.1. A. Ward. L. E. Watson and C. K.
'Carter. They report a good time and
plenty of fish.
Cam Fillingim went to Pensacola
one day laAt week.
John Fillingim is shipping several
car loads of sawlogs to the Jacobi
Lumber Co. at Molino.
Miss Bertha Jones. of Mobile, is
spending a few days a.; the guest of
Mrs. Dan Douglas. She has been at


having had a jolly time. and it is ow-
ing to Mrs. Sue Gillis and the social
committee that there was not a hitch.
Miss Christine Gillis. who has been
away some months teaching, has re-
turned to take up her work in the
high school, which opens next Mon-
day.
Hon. and Mrs. Wallace Bruce and
Mr. and Mrs. George Abernathy and
her children of Brooklyn. N. Y.. are
expected to arrive here about the sec-
ond week in November.
The Walton county fair commenced
today (Wednesday). and there 14
every prospect that it will be a suc-
cessful one.
Dr. Waldren has been in New Or-
leans the past week on business con-
nected with Palmer college. Ile is ex-
pected back next Saturday.
Mr<. P. D. Beville returned Monday
from her visit to relatives in Ala-
bama.
L. H. Cawthon is having the cot-
tage on 12th street removed to Or-
ange street, between 12th and 13th.
Larney Sharpe. who has bePn
clerking with Mr. H. H. Dreyer for
the past four years. leaves Saturday
to go to Ponce de Leon. where he
has accepted a position in a store.
At the Metiiodikt church. Monday.
there was an entertainment, consist-
ing of speeches from Messrs. Bryan.
Taft, etc., on the phonograph.
Prof. Wine returned from his vaca-
tion Friday and will reopen school
next Monday. November 2.
Miss Mary Gnnn Campbell. who
has been in Florala, returned here
last Friday.
Capt. and Mrs. W. tW. Flournoy are
away visiting places in the north.

MILLIGAN.

Special to Th Journal.
Milligan. Fla., Oct. 28.-We had a
splendid rain here Tuesday night and
we are expecting some cold weather
now.
Rev. E. T. Pilts, of Red Rock. spent
last Saturday in Milligan. He left
home that night for Laurel Hill, where
he went to fill his appointment at
Magnolia church, Sunday morning a3d
evening.
Misses Annie and Minnie Bishop
left this morning for Milton and oth-
er points where they will visit friends
and relatives. They will be absent
several days.-
C. C. Eiland, Jr., a prominent sales-
man in A. L. Garrett's store, and Miss
Annie. the eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Gray, and one of the most
popular young ladies of the village,
were united in marriage at tthe resi-
dence of' the bride's parents last
night.
W. H. Gay and family ar-, preparing
to move to a farnu near Milton in the
near future. We all regret this, as
they are among the most prominent
citizens of this place.
Rev. J. T. Mapoles filled the pulpit
at the Wellman Baptist church, near
Blackman, last Friday night. Saturday
morning and evening, and Sunday
morning and evening. The congrega-
tions were not overly large, but much
interest was manifested. Tie baptized
two new members on Sunday evening.


the Montgomery Fair and stopped off
here en route so her nome in Mobile.
Wilkie Taylor of Foshee. was down
here on a short visit to his many
friends one day this week.
Brooks Carley went to Pensacola
Wednesday, where he will return to
his duties on the L. & N. again.
Mrs. Moses Penton. of Molino, and
Mr. Harris. of Molino. are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Byrd this week.
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Ed Byrd,
a girl.
J. T. Finney, of Marlosed. Ala., was
tae guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. San-
ders last Tuesday. He came over in
the interest of his property:.
R. G. Byrne of Nora, went to Bay
Minette to the court at that place last
Wednesday.
Mrs. Brooks Carley went to Foshee
on a visit to her father, Mr. C. W.
Taylor.

CARRAURT-T.R*

aSecial to Te J 'qMal.
Carrabelle. Pla.. Oct. 28.-Mr. Mor-
ris, the father of our worthy citizen.
J. C. Morrii, died last nigbt about 8
o'clock. He was advanced In age.
Eddie Moore, the young man who
was burt by a train last Friday even-
ing, is now d.ving. All that couKl be
done for his relief was done. but the
injuries were too severe fcr medical
aid to cure.
C. V. Porter. representative of The
Journal, was here yesterday, -coring
your correspondent, hustling for The
Journal, calling on subscribers andl
getting new ones. He is the righc
man in the right place. and if the
mails will bring the Journal prompt-
ly it will have a good circulation vere.
Subscribe for The Journal.


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profitable because you have used them!
Turn your leisure into Dollars to-day by preparing some copy for The Weekly
Journal.


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come to town will come to see YOU! Copy must be in by this evening at 5 p. m.


who


sulk pickles., t&ur Kft Lgue, when every member is urged bama to return him to camp. during the evening, and this was the
to be ready to submit plans upon. Another convict aniu'd Sim Ewen. cause of lots of fun. There were
terinf, !pre Ribs and Pig' which the oganization may busy itself colored, who escaped from the convict guessing contests, fortunes were told
t a actaty right now. immediately, camp at River FalLs. A.a.. was ar- by a witch who had a "spook" to
rested by Desk Sergeant Murphy. He point the way to her den, and delic-
Jq*t arrivoe-FLOWER ANM At C. K. of A. hall Thurs- will be held until an officer from Ala- lous refreshments were served. All
Palum r PCI s LACKr MOM ui bama arrives to take him back. those present expressed themselves as
SGAFW4 *SEAS. day, October 29. 1908. Music _
VW al- eat Hams, by Barrios. Ad-sion 25c
seoer, oateferc, las, m F.A. BOGHICH, JR., 'M UA U o3@ TU.
weed OWSaree War ToFloor Manager. IMPazas u amon ,s-
aUn abes be ame inr s 2 1 e as smOwew.
bases, Cigars ad Fe RECITAL. B s3- Se.. sts S s ..I 1 i1r
Youe ave se0Oy P~yim cas To be given for the benefit of the m* 4 IIe' 'ts. a
fog GO eght ngu SUhadft a PlFirst Baptist church, Friday at S p
m. in the Sunday W chol rom. Miss __00_W ...-e a *.h4 s ."
UhL M -I&cawton. Soprano. and Miss Olga .-.Ll. .
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TH .PENSACOLA JOURNAL, AY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1908.


odium, for. happily, the rteconuaftW
Idft ak L days are in the Wa and foam ft. .., B y
Native Smnthern white' nshM- M W-ME--=ME& ___ -AM- W Mmd a.


r are still scarce, but their aln srhbo ANDs,VIB w S e
S.. no..o longer look askance at them.
W, U AY* Memorize The names of the candi- a'- AVE-RS MSAIR VIGOR
g l g.- gI ~ dates you want to vote t r nett Tuese-
day, so that you will make so mistake 7The Real First of Democracy. saw a movement in a tree top, cocked
.... ". : into t v o The Times agrees with The Peasa- his gun. went towards the tree, then
when ycu go into the oting booth t ola JournsI that the real test of de stopped to single out the squirrel Col. Tapp now resides in Atlanta. lae hbos, where he
-,. NAT CO PA P prepare your ballot. You woa't be mocracy is not merely whether you among the Spanish moss. He felt a but he will be weU remembered by his lair in the swamp
. ... ....:allowed to take any aid to memory in are going to vote the ticket, but what curious squirming and trembling sen- many of our people as having at one to get fve shots at M
there with ybu. have you done to help win the battles nation under hie feet, an looking time been a member of the law Drm patently with no aerto
S ee e of democracy. There are men who re saw the blaek and yellow mark of Finley & Tapp, of this city. He amal. The boy ha
'More than sixtysuspcts have.bee fused to support the natio sal ticket 18s of 4 diamond rattler. It is U a deep student and is editor of a maga on Doty Corthroa. 'I
ret s subut now are the klmnest lunged in necessaryto say tat Mr. Starling lid sne in Atlanta, where he enjoys a trailing the bear at o
_-- thus far arrested as a result of the the support of their "dyed in the wool not "stand pat" On the contrary, hE good law practice. The Liberal party the trail and took a
vigorous policy of Governor Patterson democracy." They make themselves got out the way as quickly as possi- favors woman suffrage. Col. Tapp is a thick clump of tu
.,... .....AT=S of Tennessee in declaring martial law, ridiculous, and are not fooling anyone ble. He 'then cautiously went back a bachelor.-Gainesvllle Sun. with and were baying
.--- ...--. .... .... .. f calling out the troops and sor without it is themselves. y their to where e the snake, andW N Raffli.- oo saw through
I -- --S ian&..................... the c country n ethe searc hfora tce Reel- in f shall you know them.-Apalach dispatched -it with a load of shot. W antsmistook for the ear
i. *. ... 1 in a..0 othe country in the search or e ol Times. yo ow m When he stepped on the snake aoe We are sorry to see that raffling, els go and killed the
Sfoot Lake assassins. That -way at had probably pinned its head down so which is only another name for gamb- erts. Judge Come
Stacking the night-riding proute is Fears There are Others. that it could not strike. The snake ling, is being practiced in our town. are not giving Doty
S-the true way to solve it. When the In Taylor county a convict boss has Sported twelve rattles and was of The influence of this idly begotten at- it-San Mateo Item.
Saw -- tha true wa oR sl st W th been sentenced to aix months in the good sise.-Starke Telegraph. tempt to receive something for noth -
: criminal class terrorizes a comnnity state penitentiary for cruelly mis- -- ing, on the part of the person taking Struck a Rattler.
-- -let the law In return terrorize the treating convicts. We rejoice in the The Inauguration of Gilchrist. the chance and in nine out of every While Freeman J. H
.I daggigg..e p ol C l. jf Icrimlinal class. punishment of this brute, but we tear At their last meeting the Tallahas ten cases a scheme on the part of the Smith were ldin a
S- -there are many cases of inhulan see Board of Trade formed commit- person putting up the article, for re- automobile en route
S|af t 4 s L ta. Inrlty in the isolated convict camps tees to mike preparations for the com-eivin an extortionate rice or the Winter Prk one day
.,All the in burg that can be ofthe state thatnever come to light ing inaugural ceremonies which will same, is indeed a bad one creating noticed a large ratt
-done by the criminals engaged In that -Lakeland Newa. take place next January. With the and fosterin especially among the the road. They were
Ur gma__flahdIM. business ol threatening to engage In +,d aT e cooperation and support of the citi- and fostering, especially among the te road. They were
b ess et toenad to Play Traied Nurse. es the board hopes to make thee young, the spirit of gambling, making p before they had
It can'tforstheheceremonietttheimoWtbrilliant that idle orsandlcriminalg eff nothing ufp4llnsion ahd n thes
i_ '"-,- -- .-- .. -Southern farmers continue to increase per this week. It is not what we n- have ever taken place in Tallahassee. theindemoralizi effare wronit n o the car n
ANLA. 9PLORIDA, tti uvAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1908. the acreage. The best statistics avail- tended it siiould be. But, as long as There ae various reasons why thiormedf our eemn. By the tim
able thus far for this season indicate we are it, the sole owner, properitor, should be the case. During the past formed, raffling is a violation of stopped the car andti
boss, editor reporter, typesetterprint-four years Tallahassee bas grown- las and it is certainly violation o[ stopped the car and
we that a record-breaking crop of more er, advertising manager, circulating increased both in wealth and populr, the moral law. We should live above Freeman was out of t
k tan fifteen million bales may be manager and devil all combined in tion. The tate, also, has grown. ro a life which permit a desire to get lug it down the road
teeig bank deposits did the work. made this year. Eight cent cotton, or one, we have done the best we could. be chosen governor of Florida, no. something for nothing or that woula and would probably
I1the voter wlltake It there isoem etic issue in even l, th nevitable result of What upset our gra plan for this means more, in one respect, at leas ask a neighbor hard-earned sub- Mr. Smith had not ca
Whhe voter will take It there is one magnetic issue even e issue was the circumstance that our than it used to do. Florida has stead- stance without compensation.-Mari- The snake was atil
wiM u e t-a boet, xt TTsefay the campalga outside the personality such figures as that baby got sick, and we had to add ily risen out of semi-obscurity into a anna Times-Courier. quick patch a
S he t sec Mr. Bran sel it is thisthe trade of trained nurse to theplae among the most progressive, te feet and two nches,
-'mml. I t s tm camit4s o Mr. Bryan h f it is this q~les- The Florida Fruit and Produce small items of ourltt of occupations,s t most important states of the union.
ftW~rWaV M wiss to vote an demig* tio which reacehs directly into every News published weekly at Jackson Now, we will promise to do better The governor of Florida now ranks When they enter the polling booths tles.-Sanford Herald
Uff tatr s ll prea ~rbed by law, lbe in America of giving absolute ville, with Jas. L. McComb, Jr., as edi- next week if baby is better, as we with the foremost dignitaries of the on election day Florida voters will be Excllent Healt
Sth a d p safety to the earnings and saving of tor, and Joel A. Dean business ma- ope.-Freeport Observer. country; his position and influence n onfronted or the first time in the Mrs. M. Davison
selet the thep In the banks.ar J A e is a. r tb national affairs Is more pronounced: state's history with the name of awo- ford'Ave., San Jose,
It. P lit tNe mst elect the the people deposited in the banksager, gis gew venture in Florida jour. Plant for Half a Crop. in saort, he is recognized as the chief man as a candidate for high office. wort of Electric Bitt
pi --- --ter--. mm s and The democracy party is 'seeking to nalism which ought to succeed it we It the ea Island cotton growers will executive of a great and growing state. The lady is Mrs. S. F. J. Linn. and family remedy, for h
a IMa" aty adaites for wm do this: the republican party rerpdl. may judge by the excellent character plant only half a.crop next season they It behooves the people of the state, she is the candidate for the Socialist ness and torpor of the
t to te st h ate th planmailludge by the excellent characterwill receive a good price for the sta- therefore, to honor their governor at party for the office of state superin- is so pronounced that
S a to vt, am t a e t t plh. of the contents of the number at pie, otherwise they may expect little hope as they would have him hon- tendent of public instruction. Florida to say a word in it
M--RI 1to nMo his ehoifte of r s w hand. Its name suggests its mission if any increase in the price. Supply red abroad. Hence the coming cere- voters are proverbially gallant, but it benefit of those seek
yes or so te three tio The Mississippi press as take up and it has a large and vit field in and demand will continue to regulate monies saou not lack that degree remains to be seen whether they wil such alictions. There
S li ub l d to te plit. Mr.' Bryan's request for a full dem- which asa large inviting the price of products in future as of magnificence which is requisite to permit politics to mix with their gal. for the digestive org
lne most s modter elections ocratic l ote next Tuesday and the ork they have in the past.-Gainesvile demonstrate to-the rest of the world lantry.-Madison Enterprise-Recorder. of Electric Bitters tl
mnt Wag moe-n, election orti vote next Tuesday and the Sun. our.faith and pride in' our state -is
wa mne eo ls W a S thaa they'stae papers are urging every demo- The Miami Metropolis puts it strong one ofthe most Important in the union All On Account of the Pistol. remedynt tknodrn ts
'MW* is the ps ea owranotot erat to come oat and cast his ballot ly when it says that the democrat Consider DeFunlak Ways. and our faith and pride in the man Justice of the Peace Howell and an rs ,
11 th d o 4 Ct oettlwentsaysthatMoed DeFuniak Springs proposes to make who has been chosen by almost mnan- Will Coulter clerk to Justice Willard, b fr
the law has saeguards aound for the moral effect the grand ag who falls to vote next Tuesday is ts 198 fair the greatest in its history mous consent to be its chief execu- became involved in a wr of words in
them to protect the purity of bea sl ate will have upon the sentiment of guilty of a political crime. Whether Go to DeFuniak, ye State Fair direct- tiv.e.-Tallahassee True Democrat. a Jacksonville restairrant one day -- 1
ot that w M roose ily aMte h the country. Of course every demo- it be crime or not, it is inexcusable ors: consider her ways and be wie. last week. Coulter pulled a gu and
S rars the le lfe. But cratic pre eatal elector will win, neglect nl or a st personal If DeFunak can defy financial le- Shut Off the Licenses. shot Howell. Howell got te gun from
reah s we the life. But 0i0 neglect, unlesufor a s cnt persoal pression and hold its fair anyhow, why Credit Is due the present board of his assaH l. Howel got t im. g om '1llD ai
t ga e we ter o ht the e, ut t reason, and is pretty good proof that shouldTampa, with all its resources, county commissioners for the ntrepidmen assailant and then shot him. Both CO
ed.taryne f d st bse daret i It tt theis t gh vote not the delinquent is not only a poor kind be balked by even greater obstacles? manner in which they hAave handledd wounded. There was io neesslty for
eO fe ea t m tt the oter only Il Mississippl but In Flor au of a democrat, but holds his right of -Tampa Tribune. the saloon question. In North Miami, the shooting and there would have U SAWED
t ".0 it ai when e i every other southern state wh;o e the tharaget hot-bed of vice, where numerous been no shooting but for the too ready A KILN-
oo insuffrage as an American citizen too Gladly Welcomed Bnack.tragedies have occurred, they have re-
s t the bath eacy of democratic rule isin cheaply to argue much for either his Mr. F. R. Mccormack, well known fused to grant permits for the sale ofpistol in the pocket of one of the men
S eO ee a m t or so dager. t g used as a strong intelligence or his patriotism all over Florida as J. F. Sherwood, i liquor. This refusal has been met e c y of pistols is dangerous n I
aot wth n the to rebanargument toreduce South- again manager and editor of the Su- with a hard fight on the partof the and nnecessary. Public sentiment
S.ohn Temple Graves, h the trueem at.s under his saloon keepers and their adherents, should be arou tolly of it- NAT
Ii i ia I iotst- ea re himI ni e res. t John Temple Graves, with the true able management some years ago that but the board have been firm in the MadisoForrpr Reertr. N
S seleetlag the ames e not creditable to us that we permit Roman spirit of heroic renunciation te Democrat firat took its stand as -stand they have taken. If all the of- Florid a o Tobaothe BeH. P. B e
t deignate y e X ark our states to go Into theelection ta- in the cause of duty, rises to remark one of the leading papers in the state fcers and officials who come in con- e recently received y the kind P.W. Butler.
Sm of Geem ttes bles with such paltry and msleMaing that if the Independence League and be is recognized as one of the best tact with the sale of liquor would see ness of Congressman parkman, the Ro'fK. Davis,
e ts form i l to "time ide,8gures as to our strength, by whie doesn't accomplish the reforms he newspaper men in the country. Live to it that the laws are strictly obey- annual year-book of the department of Geo. C. Mrtin,
rthesWor will Judge us, ad surely Oak's growth: and prosperity was due ed a great deal of opposition to the agriculture fov 1907. Sauel K. Faze
t bth any m iethe or Will jdge s, n surely expects of it he will unhesitatingly in a large measure to his efforts, and liquor traffic would cease. On the In looking it over we hap ed F CEan:
vive tiket ar uemorandmi dIspaoraoge bot our intelligence and turn his back upon It as he did upon the people of that city should show part of the saloon keeper it 1. a mys- Inp the tobacco statistics of thp e H.ma
or written, other than the -ola't a-,. ear pavtrsuu If the south will give the democratic party. But if John their appreciation by again giving him tery that he shows so little common states where It Is grown, and were H
lot or te. t e mto aa Mr. Bry a full democratic vote next can help himself we suspect that a substantial support. Florida Jour- sense In relation to his business. He surprise ed t-> note that Florida tobacco STAT NOM
et Or ticket.o enab m to ma Tuesday,while.it. WlnotIce can help himself we suspect thaelnalism gladly wcomes IMr. McCor- should know that tte ultimate result sold for a higher average price per orno--Abert W.
alo otrtic ket." Tt Metn etouhm et T In the elretora l.n will not so cheerfully turn his back mack back to tietr ranks.-Punta Gor- of doing things contrary to law and pound than that of any other state, Scfry Stt-
eli any ballot prepared bel re s"8tat e s c redly sureoIt will upon that $15,000 Hearst salary that da Herald. in open defiance of the law is only 4 centsGeoria comes net at ford
bei and the voter must la c -* s res t consid now makes life so roseate for him. Good for Champ-and Steve. the force of position that 40 cents. Th Connecticut product eneral--P
Himself wit te more pe anCongressman Frank Clark, Wed-besets him. In Dade count especially brought only 111-2 cents, and although
Sand kw ust ow e wats to a estige abroad, strength In polling a light vote in Florida nesday night stated to a Metropolis lythere and d re saloon keepers who byeakin t Connecticut raised three times the Tre-W.
t* Mo I1 ate te W ld e"t orr the m democratic ony c psrty and the other Southern states in pres- representative that there was no are only making way fo a ry quantity, yet the Florida growers re-
at the north, and not only help us In idential elections, as has been the case doubt whatever but that the nex: county.-West Palm Beach Sun. ceived nearly 700000 more money for -Wm Holl
wa a win that we are anmany years, the Sothern deme- moratte, and that, in such ease, Game Law Flagrantly Violated. The same is true of the re crop
ways as showing that we are an alert crats have been playing directly into Champ Clark, of Missouri, would be Notorious, flagrant, unrestrained, of which Florida is credited with 69 Ralroad Commisioi
it is St l elghtemd people, with the just the -hand of the republican party which speaker, and 'Stephen M. Sparkman. nrebuked violations of the game laws 000 bushels, the average price being Dun
taim to Hedlp. prie American electors whether is seeking to pass a measure cutting of Florida, would be chairman of the continue. Birda are being shot, tur- $1.10, while Louisiana rice averaged Justice of the Supre
The Pedinlds Journai l will sccIed w wi lose down Southern reresenttion and n rivers and harbors committee, which keys are being killed in open deft- only 85 cents per bushel.-Wauchula Wm. A. Hocker
Journal will ew down Southern representation, and In is the most important committee in ance of law, alleged good citizens, Advocate. Thos. M. Shack
fit raisIng one teusand dol"s for fact got such a measure through the either house for Florida. Congress, people of high standing and good con- --
the yan and Kern campaign fund. Governor Coer, of Alabama, is in House at the last session of Congress man Sparkman would have made the sections, dress up in their hunting For the Oratorical Championship. COUNTY NO0
oo Wet Florida's great daily t water again because of an in- Republican orators point to the South- race for the United States senate in togs and fare forth to drag their good Two medals valued at $30 and $20 Repreentativs:
SSvew he gave ot Monday in w h election fthe recent primaries had not his po. dogs through green rank beggarweeds respectively are offered the boys and C. L. Wiggins.
Now let every democrat la tr id t be would toleraty in ern election figures to sustain their sition on this committee been of so and shoot up coveys of quail that the girls of the high schools of ihe state J. P. Stokes.
ritory reached by The Journal who tMaIg with the law i Mobile on tension, and every democrat who much importance to the state. Many law gives a right to live until No- for the belt work in declamation, by heriff-J. C. Van P
as not yet sent n his dollar belp thirst of the coming year on stays away from the polls next Tues- regard his position as making him as member 1st. Fh are shot in their the Florida Press Association. The Clerk of Court-Jame
t nve th the rt of the coming year when pro- day is putting an effective weapon in valuable to the state as either of the beds in spawning season, all sorts of adoption of a resolution to offer these County Judge-Henry
to prove the Sun true prophet and ibtion e into effect. He will go the hand of his republican enemy to United States senators, although they nets are used to drag places clean of prizes was mentioned in the report Tax Asseeor-W. W.
e In his contributionwithout d there a nerson It necessary and and of his republican enemy to are both men of great ability.-Jack fish, and it seems that a univeal of the last meeting of the association. Tax Collector-J. S.
say. The n his ontribut not quite dee- therat ever saloon if necssary, and be used to reduce the number of con- sonville Metropolis. conspiracy is about to exterminate all but we call attention to it again be- County Trspaurer-J.
bjay. The $1,000 mark has not quite see. that every saloon Is los and l from this section. giving beings except tae numerous cause the time for the contest is ap School Supertenden
bee eched but final d e s tays closed. Mobile is very sore on gressmen from this section. State Fair Athletics. tribe of game hogs. What sort of i;roaching. It will be held in Gainews- County Surveyr-
lasUc spurt will do the werk, and that subject, and the governors in- The deplorable suicide of Major The Tribune commends to the col- effect is this sort of thing going to ville. Friday, January 1, 1909, under Justice of the .Peace,
every dollar in the closing days of terview is taken as a gratuitous irri- Edar Reioh aor leges and schools of Florida the sug- have on the young generation coming the rules of the Florida Educational Nieholsen.
the campaign will count as effective station, "ruabbing it in" so to speak Edlward M. Robinson, one of the lead. gestion of President Brown, of the on? What ort of law breaker-, will Association and at the time of the an- Constable, Diet. 2.-C.
th perhaps more son than heretofore. ta t ll r rongit tn"o toh l paai ing citizens of Mobile and one of the State Fair Association, looking to a our children be when there shall be nual meeting of that body. Our bud
y perhas more so, than heretofore as well an affront to the law abid- most brilliant young men of Alabama, development of school and college ath no game to be protected (by the ding orators should take notice.-
If Bryan wins it will be a deep lg character of the people of the city. who had apparently every motive to letics, and proposing a series of field laws)? Will not the habit of lawless- Times-Union. Political Anna.
and lasting satisfaction for every doi Mobile wil knuckle to the law and f itisday. at the state fair. The plan con- ness continue along other and broad-
lar contributor to know that he per- close her saloons just as Birmingham ove life and to seek to prolong It, is templates an athletic meet somewhat er line.-Oeala Star. Florida Bear Story. FOR S ME I
smally helped, not only with his vote did, without resort to heroic meth- probably another Instance of what the on the order of the Olympic games, Two More Dred for Everlades. e c at e TleT asteek
but with his money, to achieve one of ods on the part of the law, but if the .noderrn life will do for hiighy organ- leges and universities woul compete trp or Bokeeeh ee turne g a bear, Son t, sabOs Coun t
the most glorious and fur-reaching strenuous governor of Alabama wants lied, sensitive natures, tuable to main- in one class, the high schools in an- trip to Okeechobee this morning, and teo. Hunters got after the bear, foun to be h..d in .e
victories of modern times; if Bryan to tackle a real tough proposition let ain thed speed. Doubtlesl those con- notherla, the gr er h e o th an r taint his roosting plae and the remans of
loses the contributor will be out ol him try to keep Mobile dry in fact as dtions are evolving a new type of 'State Fair Aoeiastion wll be offered ti In hiad views of ane development



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for there Is still time for it to reachc upon the rain and 'tUashine, are the frequency, of the collapse of nervous program and the Tribune believes the construction at Tampa, one of which
the spot" ifou hurry up. basis of that prosperity It follows that systems and resulting suicide under result would be an awakening of I1- will be placed in the Caloosahatchee
e spot If you hurry up. aU of us owe our gratitude to rhe the intolerable pressure of the grind, terest in healthy sports that would add river about December 17th. He state A D f laAl I111if '


The.... Rea*l republican party for so kindly furnish. greatly to the emcency J01 o ed that the drainage of the Everglade
In line with wat Journalideducational Institutions. Good, clean would be accomplished, although It
IN'la g such favorable crop weattear. But athletic sports are becoming recog- take some time to do it A LU In te
a ISSUe. Mr. Bryan disputes the laim and in yesterday about polling the all demo- nized, more and more. as a very de governor's party to Okeechobee were
Touch the live wire of their pocket one of his recent speeches says: cratic vote for Bryan and Kern in the sirable part of one's education and the R. J. Bolles and his attorney, Col. Wl have a Spitndid slowing Of lar
serve sad you've got the rapt atten- "I can prove to you that the repub- South the Tampa Times says: state fair games would be the best pos- William O'Brien. of Colorado Springs,
tion of the great American people lican party has nothing to do with Clip ousta list of the democratic sible means for developing such sports Cel, who are interested in Cie pur- ro
futility O SOil or sunshine or rain, presidential electors for use in the in Florida.-Tampa Tribune. chase of several thousand acres of rockers into which you can sink and rest-t
without further delay. The guarantee for it it d there would b t booth Tal f 8k-- land on the banks of Okeechobee.
lTr for it It did tere woulb a trut booth when you to vote. With A Tale of ak N nothing could be gotten out of these ty, wholesome and delicious r t after a h
of bank deiosits is one of the truly on sumashine and a meter on the sun. someth like forty names onee lis t Saturday afternoon Hardy Williams. gNmtlemen for publication, but they
fetching issues of the democratic The fact that these things are not it will be hard to avoid making mis- a young farmer living northeast o: will give out -ome interesting facts in work. J t the kind that can be used and
tl4gsn and we observe from the monopolies s conclusive proof that takes unless you have a g4lde. What- Temple's mill, was out in the wood* a shorttime.--Fort Myers Press.
press dispae reub leaders exercise ever else we ought to do in Florida along Water creek looking for adlast
les dis than s in the t etcrMr. Bryan ol over ther." there is no question but we should his hogs, of whch he has many 1 New Industry for Florida. CVCy day and yet last a
than in the West Mr. Brysto And yet there are people who say give Bryan and Kern a large vote that neighborhood. He nhad with him Successful experimental show that
audeaces are specially anxious to that the dewocratte leader has no While there is no danger of the losa a fne dog to catch the porkers, ad tire very best grades of boo& paper
bear him on that point and give e real sense hmor, satire and Irony. of an elector In this state, it is a good the dog got on the scent of some "var- can be made from Florida yellow pine,
th ** appause to his views. They am r e roy thing to pile up the popular vote as mint" and chased it into the swamp andat the same time save for com- *
The eole waa t their hardearned are among ais most effective high as possible. There are election near Yulee Silcox's place. The dog merdlal purposes its most valued by-
The peopl want their ad- weapons. tables in which every absent vote did not come back, although Mr. Will. product-spirits of turpentine. This The choicest line of floor co r S eve
money protected when they putt iIn counts against the party. ias called him many times. and fat means a new and permanent industry
bank and it the government can The Montgomery Journal says that The press of the state would do well ed to return home at nigat. Next for Florida, one which the government Pensacola Drop in and e.
guarantee wealth to the plutocrat' General Lake Wright is "a gentleman, to take up the matter and stimulate morning Mr. Williams went into the bureau of forestry has given assurance
threagh protective tariff they don't swamp where the dog had entered may be carried on Indefinitely up to a
the tve maybe a sat- n but Is certainly the people to such a full and enthus it and after some search fund the certain point without exbaustinr the
see why it eanmC t also protect by leg o daet--rat" Surely not, as he has lastie expression of their faith in the animal dead on a mall Island. The timber supply. The natural resources
JAsition the bank deposits of the repudiated the national democratic national ticket as we have never had ca-cass was swollen almost to-burst- of this great state are gradually being t
meane oft the people. ticket and is making speeches for before. The greater the popular vote and it is pemed that the d iogNoerede-Palatka News. 10 1
V Mr. Bryan wls next Tuesday, Tat. general Wright doubtless does for Bryan. the more likely we are to snake. Saturday morning, Joseph GltAerife Oee Had Him..
as we hope and believe he will. Md not desire to be considered a demo- get the reforms demanded in the de- Starling, who lives on Black creek, 1 Galaiesville has the distinction of
It 1m poble to asertaun exactly crat any ger, and, unlike Long- mocratic platform even though Taft Clay county, went along the creek having at one time been the home of 810 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. P
Shfacr swamp looking for squirrels. Tne oee 'of the candidates for PresIdent
t er m fatorn m g the Ii street and men of his time, he can should have the majority in the elec- ground along there was hidden by a of the United States. Hon. Sidney C
llMIm vote that Carried the dy.o p into the repubcaa cam without tora college. rank owth o1 Lerjk.& Mr. Starling Taj nominee of the Uberal party.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL,--t ilcSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1908.


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IK C -da Miss f ann e CawIIis to convales our workrooms-copies
t "; L- Mi safteer iousi neeS, mueh t our workrooms-copies Who they are and where they may be ;
t be- h satatreds. n of her numerous of tinapo Led models ready you are going to build anything, co
IQm -- Mrs. George Norton and Miss uie -- for your selection to- Journal's Building Directory.
,M J Ut cd ShipI D. Nort are expected here Sunday ______
SUMrs.t North *will spend a day or two dy*
of with her her Mt. -A MISS RRRTMAN F. M. WILLIAMS, S. F. Fu
to spend the winter with her daugh ta a lGaC
-r, 5 NLZlINE ----' 5 South Palafox. w.n .. m -- c.
OfOf-ce, se assout Side P1ei -7-- Phlne
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*Its per pIound. Th e/>i 9\ -sd Bga vi ,
; ', Of 54-inch ,Al dA itmm O a
H.m. d ierrmig are Broadcloth ,,. *.u.ieiei em s J j.. 140- 4 s.
V-O W.- IIworth $10
-../ f> 'w \ .l11 and $IS,^l12 W. R. TAYLOR, Saunders M
S. T da \ eTo-daey P. lw a il- St., I,
750 "'----r t-- ''
o BLOUSe OF ATIN.
A very smart blodse leI s-iheore depicted, the design being aspe-
I I ally good for a separate wat to war with a taller cstume. The model e" WAndre St C.H. TURNE
&8~~iny ,was in black liberty satin, WIth the npWer part of the blouse made of d &C
novelty lacem showing a heavy black Hk foundation net. with a rated de- r uAN
Watn, zPark &r laoe, ,_ terec
sign in black silk. Tiny vel~t tulttes in bright sapphire blue were used CONTRACTIM. t r
....... "*2 Co about the yoke and sleeve parts. -Md a bias fold of the velvet ouUted 9-11 S. Plafox S Pt.;. ,.". m. r
CO Wthe yoke. The satin of th blouse eWas -ad scalloped and laid over the
vEVTHMeG TO WEAR. lace about the a-pper part a tLW-AIttl -oke was of white lace.I __ _Iil


of a. beads for their huge appearance and look quite
S'draipag l ver a t sleeves smart. A stylish example is in smoke
and across the fronts of gowns. gray satin with black velvet band on
Jet balls, aW #d heavyv, for fin- edge of brim. The sole decoration f
*siWag off the dUWpire sashes. on top is a large bunch of uncurled
R..eady-made A1rectoire and empire shaded gray ostrich plumes, caught
bertha efetts ytth sash ends 1i the directly in front with an immense
fR i all .S oft beaded, braided square old-silver buckle.
. all the new s coorings THE WOMAN BEAUTIFUL. OWS IR
Ierpeusie iiIaestone ornaments Note.-The Journal will be glad to dg we
"- in the form of daisies, fleur-de-lis and answer any questions which may be
ribbo CALENDAR : toa t s ill without^ PROVE ITI
CA LEN DA R crescents for sewinglon the DOPulDW directed to this department. Ques-
CA LE M AR N black ribbtthrot bands. tions will be published without sIgna
::. ,Union underwear and tights in mer- ture. and answered in full. A corres-
ceri-ed cotton, dark and light color pondence is invited. A ldy from Msumftes:
.^ .- T"ISIUI M&AY. S i. ng. to wear under the new tight-ft- _"As a resut tr uia teandeiae. my hasr
,3 T ta.ntrm U6re-j nostee, MIss Cora Hunt. East Wright: oing, drop skirts. lee water should never be used for jas rcstloft Iagth.
t,-'r s mn b a oh drhti Chiffon veils for. motoring, in Per- ceaning the teeth. It is worse than Beautiful Hair at Small Cost
W sbee- u : V ." l Ql M"^ star patterns on black and other dark hot water. Lukewarm is the right H
w~gMe**** 4* brouds. These m not used ove: temperature. Ha-otroube.tlkemay-totherdiseasahae
Sthe eyes, but arond the hats. bee-- wrong.ydiagno.dT and aito. esther t i-
Wide chiffon veils in soft, becom- "%When milady is unable to sleep a betreatedefor the re or tha it is simly t product
9 -4MLS, ar frme drlesd in which ihe has fig- ing shades of tan and grayish green, cool sponge bath taken during the of the scal. and who dandent *ou tnt ahet oa.
TMSsi M nwer m c en whic er s hood eOasiggfm thalL Ik- embroidered or appliqued withvery night ay soothe the- nerves and dcThed s eurtred a rws ptralo u
A .ag INt- gl Ti r; will be keenly _ul. The groom, who ham's Vegetale Ce.rn n re. large dots of a deeper shade and flu- bring rest. It is worth trying in any receive the attetion i( results are to he expected.
u gsqrn to -m twreae o pls bears a awe of sterling worth In stores woese tn memal malt.j Ished with a broad fold of soft satin event. t wo o e y good to treat the men a
Veo wd r. Kentucky, is a member of one of the otto match the dots. These are used It is claimed that it is wrong to e beautifu--the oil white art ws
oldest families of that state Mr. Mat* o V er, of 1 o. for draping plain felt hats for outing iteone's thread or silk when sewtbeaegr to. Thetfo t ie. pn
* e sjii- el~Ut a nd Sad MriL -orbes will be at home at 21st St, Pa sons,Kans. writes: purposes. bie oes s as rsl en s ne- hi
Sa ta t Dec. th-at Hopkisve. J "For twoyearsI ered from the High back combs showing amber teeth and the c ances are other sa teeth itt be
4 d e *sis sd Apri E REworstATforof femdinmills, 1 anthill was overlaying tortoise shell or vice ee o th t or losing s supy of posture or torment: when
PR:eareVUsed -worst foperationaareiused forotheersaathe scalp has simply ot alls
tr th ~t a. *EUCHRE AT almostdriven stti m versa. e the enamel does become worn nodurishment, in nothing for the hair to feed
PSIOGR~~S CLUB LAST NIGHT. hine would reUlieve .LydtX. P k. Dilreetoire coats, with the long, from ust the practice. upon (a pant or even a tree would die muner smi4o
i lgt tle star are drfl Pr~gessive euchre was played at ham's Vegetable b-&ro he af swallow-tail effect, made of black e conditions.)
etl ter- *'. f -.*t: Progtress g ub last night between health and happimem, and de me a lace or fandy braids, very transpar- Tired feet cause an almost unenh a rlni the oi r p e the ase may
,-p ng tg. af i the hours of 8 and 12, an exception- wellwoman. EerysicekwoWmnambbld eat, to wear over evening gowns, durable pain, yet many suffer from and your crop wil grow and matily as nature
eg ally pleasant event being the result bemet by my experieaee." Not only has Russian fish net in- such' merely through carelessness in iatendeditshould.
Ter stasmg uMie l my heart. 'be regular card parties of this pop M C O vaded the field of veiling, but it is not having the heels of shoes straighi- al pof i t et
ular club are events of much interest Fr thirt to be a dominant fabric for good- ended. You know what it is to piut scalp. It us the only remey far the hair O Ve
r g.o at IM.m -tIn: la t local soeala world, and last For thirty yeas Lydi I k- looking blouses. Except for the most on an old pair of shoes that -have discovered that i similar to the Mtural hair
.Atl ag e y heart is yearnlng- night's function proved no exception ham's Vegetable Compound, made ordinary purposes, the white wash been cast aside for months, and if Itpnetramt 't sul s p.
Sto the well established rule. from roots and herbs,ha been the blouse is to be relegated to the back- the heels are crooked it is almost an m. shows the eects of its woeul hi
tos tl a ~. up9 the glen PAIME EUCHRB MlT LAST standard remedy for female ils, ground this winter, and even with impossibility to step in them. 'yet one sinandlife-producing qualities.
c s my Sretr. SODE ST lythe street taior suits colored waists will go on for weeks wearing high Ocits gr2ea th ase a air growin and haire easts-
M lg Mrs. N. eRquist was hostess atwon hohave been toub with: are to be worn heeled shoes that throw the ankles it agreiyr m an se vr yourself.
HATT, .N. .Sou meeting of the Pa atime ais havet, natrou b led t. oThey must harmonize faith, if theyout of place. Burning feet are caused li r
urns s-delightfulmeetingeofstheuuPastimeoI do not intcht -he skirt and coat. Fish by poor circulation. This can be
raNDISB. Eachrk elwb last night, the guests as- tao, t .broid t O,1Wan~ors, net is dyed in all colors this season, cured in a short time by plunging the 2 & h e
On et e etpnaet birtdaY -sembling at her cosy home at Perodic pains, backw c to be used for thesZ blouses. It is feet into moderately hot water, then -
.~.-ck b attracted e o'clock. Mrs. Soderquist proved an l-down feeling, flatulncy, d especially good in taupe, in plum pur- cold, and applying witch hazel or To show hwquicky tm
.ei e, was exceptionally cle ver hostess, and tn4inessorner ouprestratio" pie, in bronze and in dark blue. bay rum. pef.e orm ai^to an w
h sath which oecr those preset report oe of the most Why don't you try it? Its coarse mesh makes it wear ad- sendsthis te compotothe
V at --the of Mta'Hattie Bra pleasant meetings of the season. )n' hesitate to *rite to Mr. mirably. It is lined with soft silk or If little Miss Pensacola would U iM NS., U L..
b ig at 'N. 301 Wet Jackson Mrs. Soderquist was also hostess piha le Isa to h messaline, though sillk pongee is used make one grand resolution to keep a with their name and address and 10e .,,
tr et o last Triday aght. wlaen a pat the regularr meeting of the eSoceal ymslo by some dressmakers, strict lookout for untidiness about hei in r or stamps to pay postage. *
1t b lhtr W t io hs ea of the pe- Card Club whieh took place yester the will treaty y0r The elaborate ones to be worn with belt and collar, and steer clear of
w.-em kin coa cele- s" ae letterfimeJleeieoaBdtla e yoa handsome long-skirted suits are made taggy shoes and wispy locks, instead
Sllversary oft her POSTPONED CLU MEETING Wee. No e an eer re ued up of a cloth of gold or silver, the of gazing soulfully and longingly at
S aiic helped to WILL OCCUR TODAY writia her, sad be mue of her new weave that is soft and pliable- the last shipment of horse hair puffs
M very asa Mrs. .Js Whte will entertain the Vast expermeae shei'has helped he old harsh variety was never ar and marvelling on the fearful and
iWi Mr. Me'atr 9arerlan Tguesda Afternoon Club this after- .e u And_. Adreuw, Iyn lMaoin tistic and was a failure as a lining, wonderful present day coiffurie, she
ol, Tle hw.O U no, the regular meeting which wast ....n These net blouses are trimmed would be more than pleased with reA dv Sal o D o
o were iost at -ohv mTeesday hv in with satin bands of wide silk braid sults. The very young girl should
tAe aham .ta were ag gg]ow: been pos o account oft ter, Mrs. R. H. *Brooke. Miss Norton When they are made up simply for begin early to bear in mind that i.
M ]1 11 hlM t ly. ad Ethel fact of its being very sad nnve-will remain here until about March 1. everyday wear they are finished she is trim and neat and sweet that
S H, 4al -e. Vadlla and rIn ithe faly of Mrs. White. Little Marory erpont, daughter with high turnover collar and cuffs after all, there isn't much more tc Genine Hadwok, Jointed Limb Bi
Ja, c. C iynr La Cravey viola pent t of the material edged with plaiting.: consider.
tai Negat. Pecy The Tuesday Afternooin Club is an of Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Plerpont, is ill of satin. ---25, 5 7c and $1.0, worth double the I
andi. Mew s itmsc eammpUonmUly popular organization., at the home of her parents on West Women in the business world
a. W BU MNaJa sad its members ae looking forward LRua street. Her condition, how Quaint and artistic is a delightful should exercise the utmost care as tc IS the time to buy dolls and dress them at y
0. al C i. Wheat. to a season 4t unexcelled gaiety. ever, is not regarded as seriola. evening gown of pale yellow silk pop- neatness of dress.
MANWYC. T evening gown of pale yellow silk Epop- neado r
*. N.. PLMANYE OCIAL VENT, ARE. IT TASTES, brin built on the fashionable directoire The fluffy ruffled, big bowed, flop
LA t f TH W h r be br lines. rhe trimming on the front of py little lady who perchance.has one
00PONT.tobe ensacola society ircles will re- forth exciganatio s of delight when the gown is heavy lace insertion eye on the goto-nooking oGernereon
scelve new Impetus next week with temade with Blue Ribbon Vanilla, or Which almost matches the material lftheroter on theoingtoer
arrivalof three of Jacksouvlle's most lemon. In color and the embroidered design
of9l city, M r. < g yemgU ladIes, the Mtses mo on shoulder tabs 1f done in gols good today or tomorrow or ever. The
S. Mary sad If1a t Coamen, and Miss FASHION'S LATEST MANDATES, thread- The draped shoulder pieces. business girl who dresses unwisely .h
cardaft ftel'A Alice Munerlys. who will be the which also form the short sleeves runs the risk of establishing the
-111?" Pea-guaests of Mra. X. 0. MitcheU. Among Following are a few of the season'3 are edged with a narrow gold fringe wrong kind of impressions, and her
othe numerus social events in which novelties, wICeh will be of interest .--appearance is often startling as well
Iul t this interatl g trio will. re will to the well dressed woman: In the stand th4 new hats seem ex when her varied surroundings are
be a ceatsepiece showeron |in two mbere 1la0 of the th, at which Mr. Mitchell ings of cloth and velvet, 'with large MEALS FOR A DAY.
llSu w- WmK W 4 will be tits s, and which will be flat. mother-of-pearl of smoked pearl state of ,CThursday, October
". s .0 S S hLinn1 In lhtler of Miss x.ie Bass butttons. -. t ofOto. ty of Toledo. Lucas Thursday, October 29.
R4614 ,w oos .tSS Ae larariage to -Mr. Jas. Forbes Solid patent-leather shoes, vampS k3. Cheney makes oath that he is Oranges
tis- ul st~e ts b of Hopkffe.- teoatueky, will take and uppers, with jet butts. n partner of te firm of FP. J. Cheney Oatmeal with chopped dates and
place. m th~ -t-, - ". ..Brocaded slippers wh gilt a l t afore d.andRE two telephone not necessarily
Onthe veag of the twelth, the ver heels for evening wear. that said firm will pay the um ofON ried liver Wh bacon ERE two telephone not necessarily
ift remally- brilliant social function mnameled buckles In every pd, HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every Country fried Potatoes subscribers are served number you asli
"G aof the eson tooccurw at be Osceola ble color combination, to match cae of Catar that cannot e cured by Muns Coee. by one line the service The other teleph
ON NO -NWS 1 N. club wll take the t form of a dance, fabrics. FRANK J CHEN Luncheon.
A arary num ien by rs. Mte in hoor o ti hat frames from p, h 8worn to before me and subcribed n Creamed Chipped Beef they receive is known as "du- use and in that c
M a fts sa a .M ......t.........ire no trimming-- ave ., y presence, this 6th day of December,
M -a A e as ni . .entertain tans eA.i .. GLEAS rStuffed Potatoes plex" service. This class of ser- busy."
....Mis JenWe enm(n wiea entertl.n a(.l) Notary Public. Fruit Salad
whm app waf marriage to Mr I their honor, as will also Mr. and Exaggerated hat crowns built en- Hall's Catarch Cure is taken internally. Toast Triangles Preserved Fruit vice is for small users of the Usually the tw
Jaw ]isn In ss, Of Io Mrs. McNtil, during the course of tirely Of lightly curled ostrich l and acts directly on the blood and mu-
a s cor trl icous surfaces of the s ystem. Send for Hot Chocolate. telephone and neither party on a duplex line
.110-1-s- alrftdy bm an' their sojourn In this city. ers, simulating a grenadier's tall haL testimonialsfree. Dinner.
.--- ,the l, ftwlt te vM1t to oc. In fact. -local society is planning a These are used on satin or silk hats F. j. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, o. puree of Bean the line is expected to monopo- numbers, one bei
cur ORUthe W bth n MY' week expressly for these visit- Without any trimming. old by all Drlagnaft, 7 cP ex d
a a H a be Cord an ta ssel effects I sFamily Pst fr consu Roat Pork with Saner Kraut lize it. When one telephone on and the other as
the Us.lahw t e urch. l Jacksnville belles, whose arrive. Cord and tassel effects iin-an orstiop. Steamed Potatoes .
Mts Basem wheso striklang beauty al is being looked forward to with Combination Salad a "duplex" line is in use the line letter J or L apj
al lef bit admired by-all these a great deal of interest. Baked Squash Creamed Cauliflower is "busy," and the other tele- phone number tl
MMo blve Ome s contact with her R The JoSTal' A n& fa, lashion. FeatureW Washington Pie "
b i uMit, Is one of il PERSONAL MENTION. [ e Joa D Fashion Feature American Cheese phone cannot be used for either much a part of
aeela's best loved and meat popular Mrs. _. Bro 13 East Gad Coffee. incoming or outgoing messages. any numeral. Th
oe l, a her dert- den street, s the guest of her son, a bill of fare similar to t aoe may When you call a "duplex" always be repe
0 .. -OJ Brown and family, of DeFaniak. do so by sending the same addressed telephone and the operator tells when you ask th

UU17 ^ MAUJ *Mrs. Della Cater, who has been meat of The Journal. It must b you "the line is busy" it does such a number.
*g a visiting at the Jno. Crarey home a: I- M' in mind. however, that the ex
Big Bayou, left recently for Corinth penditure necessary to the prepara-
SNadinol a B. lt r,, f' C t o tion of each menu aut conform t""?,, SOUTHERN BELL TELE
4 |CftU o XAM. t oe am will thea coatiane to Tueson, Ariz. KS pro uers family.
Sto spend a short time with her M.on She Likes ood ns- and TELEGRAPH COM.

~ who are residents of thme latter rcity. Mrs. -a. ". Smith. of W F'. rank-

l 'a-a -- -sr. Jandm o s Carhoe7of lin. Maine says: for Thie Journaod thng
emv ear s and have adopted Dr. King' New Life -d BUILDEtS AND Un.eveINs A.
the bay ystrdaya on because they are good ahav-d do their _________________________



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- 1HE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1908.


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY-": "


at You Want Souonc Else May Have. As A DVERT E' IT sasu What You Have Someone Else May W


ADS



ant.


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A ew Bargains In Real Estate


L W.ae let and lmpr eaoae. West Sarden
- y See investment and a bargain.
$12.0 Per Acre.
PIer acres of ood land, about 4 mile from the
M- an dwrho.


street, near Palafox. A


city and convenient to


Two-story dwetlie on North Me. containing s rooms. hall, bath, etc.,
-' Le t. One-half tosek from North HM ear line. A bargain.
Special Mention.
aa offering, for quick sale, a large brick building, all rented. Very
a e busineMss center. Particularse, ter etc, gladly furnished to bona-



HOOTON & WATSON,
STHI RENTAL AG NT.L"
A IN REKAL STATS. RENTAL AN* INSURANCE AGENTS.
eth Patafx t. Phone No. 54.


WANTED.


FOR SALE.


$1000 RAILROkO SHOP MEN
Who are paying rent. read this ad. We $
have a number of lots on pretty level-
For quick sale, we are oering No. eas the shops on whih we will build yS
326 East Intendeia consistsgtages of four rooms and up and sell Best
326 Eat Intedencia Street, consists onm easy payments. Do you
of a comfortable little home close Il, want a home. Do you want to of Ea
get rid of paying rent? Come and
lot 40x172, beautiful lowers and fine see us, and we will build to suit yoe, car li
garden. Now is the time. for lumber and building
material are going up. bath,
$600 sanita

Elegant building lot on East Cer- Leslie E. Brooks o. lfootr
vantes street. 70x132. Just the place (ncorrat) lot
to build yourself a home. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE I
43 South Palafex Street rent.
If you have property for sale or your
exchange or if you want to lend
your Idle money uo real estate I RW B id a se 5 lots
mortgages, at good rate of interest, W u neloC
cal us. To suit you nd sell it on che
easy payment plan on two in t

L S. BROWN 6 CO. easy r kt o Jon
REAL ETA OAN A uRand 'a-dsdn street. Take a Jo*
REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSUR- a
ANCE. look at the lots and ring me R ,ms
Agents Thi'se .Wludi up Monday.
oe Se t ed Fle *r. This is your chance.

TFOR RNi.T I W RnUlArk 1r List v


100O00
a Cottage Home in
Residence Section
st Hill, block from
ne; 6 rooms, new,
hot and cold water,
ary connections, 9-
ront -and side gal-
South front. Large
The balance like
Don't slave for
landlord.
Son 16th ave-
car line, the
apest property
this section $1100

W. Block, Jr,
PHONE eM
304-306 Thiesen Building


our roert with usBuy,
your propertv with us T ... ..


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We Sell,


M5.0 WIlN Bu:
SO acres n section nine. three miles northwest of
city; land In high state of cultivation, free of stumps;
with residence and good improvements; wlr. in the
near future, be suburban property. A fine investment.
$2,500 Will Buy:
Lot 8Ox150. corner Cervantes street and Eleventh
avenue. A vct-y desirable building lot.
1SO00O Will Buy:
TheA -fllowing ota-ref*TA~ all rentm- s.J _ad intLJ*A-a-- -


-A horse for farm work. Must FOR SAL--150 ane-bottom dining w au and we will find purchasers A ur s I tent: co e corer
ti Address at once.. tatt room chairs as good as new. Cost $1.00 FOR RENT- Phone 606. Thiestreets; & ottages on DAlcann. bet. BraBin
SCa Journal oct3 each. Must go at 4 each. Will sell waehoue with private ietrack hone 08 Th en Bdg. for it or tenants for those a- e: 4 cottags n Brainard. bet Gon
uHorse. a a one or as many as you want. Apply Or- Stores East Garden st., near Palafox, __ cottages on Davls. bet. BraMi ard
1 e for o and harnesg pieum Theatre. .Soct-1w $15 to 20 ea Palafox cant houses. n Gnz
erae for d lot on N'. Palaox W o re OA R .0 property with us. We get results.
-* el coaer Zall i person or BOARD AND ROOMSr Collection of rents a spe--
address change. CareJtO R SALFE--one Jes. e French ptao lies. .ornerZarragoss and Devil.
.1114- rworkgood as new absolutely faultless, will 317% South Palatef:, upstairs, pool COlction of rents a spe-
4"We llwes. All work m 4a8S oem Gon, Ala. Soct-w* Stores. Gadsden and 6th avenue. $10. light housekeeping. Gas and phone. 301 Calty. Don't yOu think it
r moy refunded. I also 104-106 South Tarragonna St., $20.00. W. Chase. 27octlw is tieo to IVCst in some good
i -Wells on easy terms. Give me FORR BAI-Savage hammerless rifle. Houses- is t invest S gooind
c 1438. P. O. Box57. A. 320-0 calibre. 2S Coats Automatic pistol, 50 3 W. Gregory $22.50. FOR RENT-Newly furnished room. close rIetin pro ty? We have
SLakeview Aventt. 26o"tle* perfectt dtfon. Both for $25.00. Dr. C. 119 4. Baylen. $20.00. in on car line. Apply 238 W. Govern- rentlg prOperty We ave
_t f.JS ty M]tebell 42 Thiehesen Building. Fisherville. modern. $17.50. ment street. 27oetlw* -. Buy a lot and build a house now In Kt
TO BUY--.A good horse. ftr oct27tf 116 W5 Romaea. $15..e. oStveral good investments to $.8 .0 It wil be worth in 3 year
j- delivery work. Apply D.J. 1 W. Gregory $2 .50. -FOR RENT---Good, comfortable place to offer- $30.00 per year rent received. a profit of
y. ocUtrtt S AOR BALIE---OO B bed-room salt; also 1113 N. 9th avenue. 8$1.00. board and room. Southern exposure. O r. to 0 per cent or 50 per -ent.
Victor Graphophone amd gas plate, at 10"t Strong St.. $15.00. Apply 420 West Chase street. three doors 10.00 per month deposited on savings.
Poltion by young lady gte- 219 North DeVUller St. 2octlw* 37 E. Romana, $2'.0. from car line. Good location. 2Soct7t* Call, WTltC r telehont. interest compounded for 3 y"ars would
1 b. Can give reference. Ad- 2200 N. Spring. $10.00. 382.07.
*muiil-. Jackson St. 2loctlt* FOR SALE-Fine hens, hen houses, full 1622 N. 7th. $12.50. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. convenient $10.00 per month paid on Kupfrian Park-
blood homer pigeons, horse, buggy. 710 West Main. $8.00. to business center, private family. 230 TI for 3 years would get the deed, guarantee
3-A s.all cash register. Ad- cows, betters, tent, boat and household 1115 W. LaRua. $7.00. W. Government St. 25olw* iV JVlC T $44.40--no telling how much more.
ta Care Journal. oct7ttf goods. Van Winkle. E. Jackson St. on i1301 W. Intendencia, $8.00. L Should you die after maki six depos
Sbayou. 2otlw*JOHN N. DAY. FO RENT-Furnihed and unfurnished your beneficiaries would get .4. In ca
IW ralb--Poltion as circular saw flier. 6 ast Garden St. rooms, use of gas range. 102 N. Alcaniz Re Estate, Rent and Loans. after making six payments on the lot, you
;er ftegan in at-cla mill, cutting ONE .AND .TWO-YEAR-OLD .Grape street. Phone 1102. Call in mornings. itd would get the lot worth $30.00: you have
tr expert. Al references. Address vines, PeacheTrees etc. Address Jas. FOR RENT-Store building on 9. W. 25octlw* No. 9 W. Intendencia St. U vtment while you lived and left the Um
u, 9."a 24. MeKenzie Ala. 17oct2w* Blomeley, JF1ntiU Vineyard, Contonment, Corner Zarra-oasa and Baylen streets. inceasing all the time.
Fla.. or afty1 e Clyd*,lomeley, Union Apply McMillan & McClure, 9 W. Intn- TWO OR THREE furnished rooms in I Phone 271. No colored people can own a lot.
Sto know that the oloctlm denca St Phone 271 oct7tf private family, for light housekeeping. restrictions.
AM ture Company sells blankets, Bath and 1. gas; docesrabl neighborhood:! PensaCOla, Fla. Sunshine and pure air. healthful.
bedspreads, rugs, and lace cur- FOR SALE CHEAP. three, eight wheel also one front room for one or two gen-
weekly or m aa ndsey Log Wagons, must go. Bank of FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms, tlemen. 422 W. Gregory. octlw* 2 2__ _ONRO R
and o lsma will call. PoldA.I entrallylocated, nice family. Apply 224-2i.
Furniture Co.. W. Government t204 West Romana st. 4oet1w FOR RENT--Comfortable furnished room rn B
1ct FOR SALE-Farm of 160 acres. 10 mile with gas and bath, one block from Pala- HELP WANTED.
from PenMacola. Price $1500. Address FOR RENT-A furnished cottage of four fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 1lOctlni* , , a
WANt)D-Kodak developing and print- V. H.. P. 0. Box 789 Pensacola, Fla. rooms at the Old Mill Inn. Apply to ---_TRIC ._
ta at Johnson's Book Store. .2ctim* 22octlm* Miss Lillie Taylor. 2_oect TWO NkWLY furnished room. with A% TED-A good se o l (cook for hot 'ILPENSACOLAECTRIC
SI bath room attached. Apply 216 South Apply Merchant's Hotel. 28o-t-t T
WAUTBI.-All the ladles to know that FOR SALE-A large mare mule in first- FOR RENT-House at Bayou Grande. r Alcanis street. 1locUm* -. COMPANY L. I1 n
te latest pattern in Parisian tailorting class comdtion. The Fisher Real Estate large rooms, at $12.50 per month. Ap- WANTED-A presser at once. Apply i g
e" ha seen at The Parisian Tailoring Agency. oct2ltf ply to William Packham, Pensacola, Fla. THREE NEWLY furnished rooms with West Romana street. :2o7-ttl* p e Ta a- e
ariers. 337-9 Brent Building. loctIm 18octlw* kitchen and bath room attached. Ap- Pensacela-Fort Borrancas dulle.
FOR SALE-4One Pay-Sho les Typewrtter. FOR RENT ply 216 S. Alcaniz St. ctlm* WANTED-A reliable woman to ook at WINTER DAILY CH LU
W WANT to make your stenietls and practically new. Address Box A. A 216 Acanst ctlm* W NTE-A reliable woma to Effective Thursday. October 1 10.
.os and do any kind of electrical or Pensacola, Fla. t DeLuna Street ....................$ 5.S oROOMS FOR ENT-Cetrally located, lius Oel gCor drn. Atl M. 1tt .:Leave Pensacola. Leave Pt. arranca .
anla. repairing. Lloyd A Baroco, a 309 E. Intendencia Street .........S 8.00 Good neighborhood. Il E. Garden St. street. *->-t 6*:00 a. m. ... 7:15 a. m.
ana. Phone 19. 20ept FOR SAI -Blankets, comfort, bed. 106 S. Tarragona Street ......... .$10.00 loctim* a .................. a.
a __, a rugs and lace curtains. Weekly 120 Tarragona Street .......... 1200 .:i.,a.m .................... 8: a. n
ANTD-Your orders for fresh meat or o metat. Phone 971 and our 13 W. Romana Street ........ ....n S. FIRST-CLASS BOARPD AND) ROOM-: W'ANTEI- Men to learn barter trade. S:0 a. m. ................... 8:45 a. m. According to a rep
and vegetables. Delivered any artof anm wil calL Solomon Furniture 7 N. Palafox street ............... $41.0 Also rooms for light housekeeping at Few wek.s conipl,.te. 6o chairs -on- S:43 a. n. ................... 9:3 a m. the largest smarn
rtty, 1 sA Meat Market, 1 Mast Co., W. Govermamst St. 10oct.m Store near Palafox Street. Fisherville On the beach. Terms reason- stantily butsy. tar.-ful instrn toi-s. tHlM 9:30 a. in................ ...10:1. r. 10:15 a. m. rt
gPmw. Phone 1158. Issept Boarding House-- able. Mrs. C. J. Allen, Phone 183. given. ,liplonias grant.dt. waes Satur- :. n. m .................... 1 a. m. shortly be launched at
FOR SALE-Tlimbered lands in large or National Hotel. 18 rooms .........$6o.00 IoctIm* days. positions waiting. wonderful die- 11:00 a. m. ................... 11:4 a. m. vessel will be 208 fee
WATD-All kinds of second-an lil tracts. Southern Real Estate and 200 E. Wright Street ......and for grdutes rite for (atalogu 11:4 a. n. .................. 1:30 p m. tos displacement and
acks. Bring them to us; ship them to Investment Co.. Flo aton. Ala. oet3tf Dwellings- SHED.......H ROOMR by the day week Mol.r Barber College, NCw o-leans.. la. 1:30 p. m. ................... 115 p. m
Telephone us; write to us. Corner 1401 N. 5th Avenue ...............$10.00 or month. Apply No. N. Palafox St. 4.tlw 1:15. p. n. ... ................ 2:00 p. m. op a mean speed of
SandAlau street. Telephone LA .NC % eet ong. 44-inch beam, 7 1800 N. Palafox Street ...o.....b....e..00 oetm* l . .. m. . ": p. .............. 2:43 p m.
3. F. S. Mellen & Co. sept P. Speed about 10 miles per 1107 East Cervantes .............. $15.00 REVt1-:.S ENTATIVI'-S to sli-it. ,u 4 p. I....... ........... :30 p cr equal t strng
hour. APp A. A. Wrighton. 6 W. Ro- 905 North Reus Street ..........$15.00 TWO NEWLT FURNINHED ROOMS for .iPl or side. Iin.- tlt, Saloon. I>ru g -n:o p. nn 4:10 p. m. dentr
SA bnuer for 1S lots o mans street sept3Otf 724W. rrao Street .........10.so light housekeeping. Apply 614 E. Jack- lispen.sary antd Whle.-al. l.iqor tra 4 ..at n 45only 5:1 p.m. destroyer.
ado07 N. Reus Street ................ 15.00 son street. 7otm fop a straight Kentucky Wh sky guaran- p. n. 5:45 p.m. :30 in. : p.. inie
J.. .V drews. 7 N. Palafix St. Spttf FOR SALE-A ite 2-story house with all 111 E. Cervantes Street.......... son teed utranel" t*h- Pucr l-'0-ok law. an 7:00 p rn. 6:.0 p mp :3015 p. n. 7: p. mie
modern convenience, on East Hill. one 15th Avenue and 13th Street .... 12.'50 FOR RENT-Rooms suitable for light adopted by ti Ut.he Gov.rnne-itt fon'Ilos- :ant p. 7:15 p. i. 8:04) p. n. 8:.0p Inm years, a bride of a fet
~Mfl'~- shoes to u r while block from Car line and on a corner fac- Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street..316.00 housekeeping. Apply corner Cervantes pital purposes. An eas-y .ell-r. Write 9:00 p. 8;00 p. m. 3:;45 p. mn. :30 p. in. herself at Shreveport,
yeswalt.Hafa"" 1i itagteo. outh a ad east. Large lot. $3500. nA S-R. Intendendia Street ..........s329.00 and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. 6oettin quirk for priees. te-rrltory, etc. P.c., 294. 111:00 .T :4 p 9:30 p. n.10:20 p. husband, a Methodist
lam Charles. U1 Soith Falaha eree OR. SALE-Beoutiful borne on Bayou 611. F. Government StreetC........ovington, Kentu(-k. tl*
S t4 anl 143. S tar Chlte the improvements cost more 107 strong St ............... 12.5 FOR SA ADS. always bng results 00 p. I. 9:0 p. m. 1015 p. n.11:30 p. m. with her to a B tist
13012UO. SrongSt. .......:::, 5 FOR SALE ADS. always bring results. 11 p. i. :S0p 10:1 ,.ll:30 p wihhr to aBaptis
t_ tthan the sanl price, at $4000. 1130 .. strongtet ..............15 Why don' t you try The Journal's Want 10:15 p 11:00 p. m.
AS.S an SO A&-room house and 6 lots on East Hill Are 0-room house at is le.1 Ad They are doing wonderful things WANTED-An expriened ,,ok t live p. .
Sat 00. with electriclihts. bath ht and cold for other people and why not you? il premises Apply iiwest ner T- 7:1 a. train from Penaola will Forty minutes after
artE0 $asr a eke* A from s1h10soA ea hruseand 3 lots on West Gar.- water:oanFbeOrented furnished or unnur- h BlIount street and 12tlh aveniue.e-t2itf run as a local train hereafter. The :1 e d a po on as ste
nshed2serant housInyard: blocks FOR urnh or unfurirain from Barrncas wll make all
Ac-rom house. comer lot, N. Spring from car line front room. southern and eastern ex- WANTED-A first-cla.< -clook. Good stops. expt on un whn a grocery firm r: St. Lo
St. Close in. $23. *- posure phone and bath, to desirable salary. Apply :-9 N. Spring stre-t. car will leave Big Bayou at 5:20 p. m. Kelleher gave up the
A -room house and 3 lots on North Cor.Romans and Palafox Sts. two party. -North i. Private family. Ad- 14oct2w The Pensaeola-Big Bayou local will be ied.
LOST.let onthe. ces upstairs. dress Box 574. 1Saug discontinued, except on Saturylay after-
A I*lot on the corner of Chase and ANTED-An experience solitor to noons.
DlV-na ack cashereDe er streets, at $2000. The Fisher Real Estate sl hlanket... comfort., bedspreads. Local freight leaves Pensacola at A man who conam
vai.ued black hashme a sh.w Cottage on W. Govermnent St.. $1200. MICgs. L A Ed laveS, urtaji. on weekly or,
ower by reason of asa- Cottage n Little Byou at $1. Agency. MISCELLANEOUS. ionthv Installmnts.olomon urniture :15 'Dear Mry or e
*low& Finder please advise Mrs. Van- Some business Property on Paiafox. (o.. W Gome rnne.nt .t. S,10o(.tl 3:810 p. in. -1
E. Jackson street, on Bayou Garden, ylen and Intendenca Sts. Pri- "THE RENT COLECTORS." AV YOUR TYPWRTER rpaird Through freight leves nsacol at taly not repeat the
c a. eI re for sa P e and put in working order. Price reason- WANTED-Iady and gentleman van- 1:1 p. in.
JOHN N. DAY. ZeS t Garden St. PARTIES out or a Job shou dtry The able. C. J. Allen. Typewriter Expert, vasrs to handle useful household arti- Rev. L. Cramp, pasti
LJournal's Want Columns. The cost is Walker's Book Store, Phone 1693. le. Good money: sells at Light. Apply SUNDAY SC DULE.
EDUCATIONAL. BEAD cOLABS-Ltest novelty ot; small and results almost certain. At any 27,t-lw-* 310 E. Government t. 4oct First ar leaves Pensaol at : a. m. cat. now ed 15
Ae. red Wh its nn tm rate. they are worthtrying, for you have second car at 3:00 a. n.. and from hat his t. now aed 15
UC I AtL s rodwte, bs and ametyr, all to gain and nothing to lose. NORTH HILL GREENERY-Flowers for IUNCLE SAM wants slail CaTiers and hour on. the week day schedule wllu be lows him like a dog.
LL CONSERVATORYT OU r.M ett anyadSs. Ph recst1 of fifty all occasions. Chrysanthemums. arna- Postoffice Clerks. Eaminatlons here observed. except a .ar will leave Fort
sth I Harm r. i N 018y6-. d 1 o O.ai Box IF YOU HAVE an ythhg or rent why not tlons and Roses. IM-signs a specialty. November 1X. Examinations for Railway Barrancas alt :00 p. m. Instead of 5:10 p. At Shamokin. Pa..
Sa.Students quallaed for t1ch . advertise it in thee columns? Every- Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. lylen St. oct37ttf Mail Clerk. Customs Clerks and Clerks at in.d bro
tIawarded. Phone 8U7. Madame OR s AL OR RENT breesecot one is sure to see it. Washington coming. $600 to 100 yearly. Freight car wil ake but one trip, WOen, uhIne, br
S. ]Deas Hull. loctlm on Sanas Ros sIound (Good t oa CUT FLOWERS-Orders taken for all oe- Common education suffleient. Prepara- leaving Pensacola at 9:30 a.m. establishment, several
S ood outbuild- FOR RETr- easions, particularly for weddings and tion: free. Write. Franklin Institute. *husbads.
M WILLIAMPACKHAM Mus.B.t and about 19 acres an extending A warehouse with private sidetrack. funerals. Miss Leil C. Reese, 51 N. Rochester. N. Y. tln* WEST HILL SCHEOULE. h
WIIAM PAc AM a from P o. GIbbs o ta Roa Sond. Stores stGarden i near a Baylen. Phone 2. 22oct Passengers wishing to go o West Hill
oy0m-. alnging (open threat Italian 1aur 317% South Palatex, upstairs. pool mom, IF YOU WANTED a nice- carriage and DRESSMAKING. West Ilnl car at l.a Rua and Devillier world 6 per cent. of 1
t) organ aid theory( Including OR SAL1-Seoend-band Kranich a P0. match horses for a wedding or to go streets. except every week day after 10 years of age have t
1n-1) P. 0. Address. Penacol ach Pla; c eap and n easyhterm StOr. adsden and th avenue. calling where would you go to get them am lated at the t. at unda after p. m w lien.
-) P.O] o bs Lh 10; 4-1oouehy te8. 1-1 ^u St.. tTo..^. TO Livery Stable. or ring I)RES.SMA1KNG--1 am located at the St. W'est"Hi rsan'throuhP^fox lvin--
sept Houses ut Phone 3S e Stbeto Charles Hotel. room 39. where I will be street to tue postofihe and to West Hill.
SBi r119L O Baylen. S20.00. glad to serve ny old friends and many PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY, Every piece of pla
B at GMdUL e street R -story, 7 Fisherville. modern. $17.5 J.C. YOUNG wi repair your umbrella. ew ones. Evening dresses and trous- ALBA H. WARREN Mr- world today is due to
61E as GadsTden st**eet w t 1; .Ro s M.a7,ke t g as new. Charges mnoder- s~Gaus given special attention. Mrs. L. ten years, according
for$ hoser gAood Cnd beibought for 10" Strong St.. SlU.00. ate. 2=% S. Tarragona, between Garden Hendrick. 25o.tlw -" .e
X aO R-ey. rmon p h. as large t Romaans. 2.and Romana Sts. 29eept COTT average.
O)ST-Meney. time and patinuc by not m, imurmjdl y beautiful shede trees. 126 East Chase. $.5. an R nS.Let--
d.intat. e The Jos' rSS"tfl B.E. C.utOerAat T.heClutter 2 c .IF YOU WAT TO BORROW money SEC ET SCITI .eSin a recent y built I
Atey are ot expensive. I a_____ or if you would like to lend some at a ie ther Is a special cabi
Andtheyamnot__ 10 West Main. S8.00. good rate of interest on gilt-edd e- VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMENPHOTOGRAPHS.
-- ....a.R Er HA.NG E-A o 1301 W. Intendencia. $.00. crity, try The Journal's want columns. VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN P outft A dentist will
It SAL OR EXCHANG e--A -good J --- s- -N. DAY. It Is the quickest, easiest and cheapest olnteer Veter remen's soia eel
--n house with allu modern convenien- Fs E atram St way. Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Assoca-
acl ose tn and close to three car lines. o tions meets a n Knights or Columbus
VW.r 4ae hik itin r eti .o t A e LIVE STOCK M .A. s fro 14-inch to -inch, of Hall the first Friday in each monh. A of old
Snak It t. o i -erto iAND POULTRYMONEY TO LOAN. we s. Lag supply oAwin ABE DA ELS J .N. AND REWS.t I RW Nd m at
i oi a yB b ht a year ag, pet Tents, Ct. Hamo cks. etc._ always in ABE DANIELS. President. Ne.ther the captain, owners .
a .adt.theme cams ....... WE have $1 .002.n. l f garan~ rst c at .Secietary. nor con snern of the Itallan a g S
1164044---s esclass, per cent ...14gae eTU real MRCHANTS T WRA IPE CO.. Thor,. ship tiob- will bI- resposs aledl
CONEPT'S ROUP CURE will cure your estate in any am oit from $1 A TlTheren. Prop.. all kinW of DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH. for debts contracted by the 4
whees Ywollen-headed fow s. F.. You have worked for your money, new let moving and bhanulitg. urntret packed NaOmi Loede No. 10, Datughters of crew of said vessel
weu.. swoen-hea Fowl its. .t work for you. The Fisher Real Batate for shipment. Furniture stored. Office Rebekah meets every Monday night at F. I.- ZZO. Captah S
Mellen & Co., P one 34. oct17 Agency. 2 6 So. Palafox Street. 10-Jaum. pboe M. 1Depot phone 704. 21jnetf 8 octlock at 1. 0. 0. -F. hall. Visntig loS o BROS.. Consignees. be f
W FOR SAT--One good Jersey Cow with sIsters cordially invited to be present. __ .
I-A T AWfA young calf Apply T. Welles. 14oct Are you getting I per cent. met fe YOU ARCt G JUD by your prirting., RIEECCA JOHNSON, N. G. W N1 .
SA Ar eyIft t t cots o more to have the bet. Have; POLLY DARLINGTON. Ne.r the Captain. Owners.
EGGS WE g) Conkeys Laying Tonic that aconm ing toO U cn do t the Picti CO. 4 W. ry. es o ter Co.. 24 W. ran tary.-
EGGSaro Egg) Is effc tive. on firsthati cml n improvedcelw e A -
APALAC 1COJ- P N. 34. (I0_O. A. A.ER-Maxer of salls. tents. ----- rt ai MA ...-.R]
BU Maoa. Oldes FOR SALE-Bayview Park Poultry yards, nPa ot igx ?uigs ~a ctdr e A PENSA--OL.a d LR CO.
h cityfre Cor. 14th street and 2th avenue. ha-e!-wid w D IR E C T O R Y
r a" .LOe860-Black Minocras. Barred Plymouthrocks. MONE, E ANED en an SIs"1e of maw. i JNe. .-.-tThetn
Snwe. ..si. Prma W edcols. .t and eggsD a for sale.W. t osee. PROFESSIONAL. Monsoen. PTENAon A C=t
P alMnJOURNAL'S PHnama.Canal Mil-.Tcets.lts2dopyL.
tliehs IS a coFy. of -m 't- POPLE are ding out every day that =**S HOTELS. M. AG By CO. e2. oerisn .. P
and Views USthe thing teo smad to The Jeunars Want Columns are all fG ~Omiddling.......
Spersonal^en-^ in the tcity.^SSS^ of^'"wgr PS c r M T XX>AN >. * a h rI Dr. Chas. W. Fain, S.amless Turpentie Stll trt mdlng.
eut -lewn friends. They are ready tor that is claeted ftr them. Why not try MONEY WANED. en rest estate and Od sewWpers are usetal at all time: Dr. Chase. W. Fain, Se lt m.
me them MsA got what Yo uwant?paT Dentis t.. t te str or t the lome. Tibe Middling ..... ." .. .."
tm_ end ge t what ya oee. r e . Journal sels them at Ave cents per bundle D"-S. S tStrict low middling ..
TO ------------e------- W. allsS. WA -eem Pash stest Ttly teL --s ceavement aJs Charges Moderate. UPWehS SC~l5* P13.
aPwRSONAL.geraged.s aest ea Phase uqso e nuaw. DeIO e, Masera Bldg, Next to Dr. Welch's 8NAVAL STO
PERSONAL. sS act -- WITR RESORT-The "OldMir- Inn. T. G. VATES. M. D. e -re naval stores. qu
on obayshore. 10 minutes rtde from citty Optican WW ....................
Ste wt sho place e a 3octm n -FU N D. winter Oct. 1. AU modern convey eaces. 410 Btount u tlXdin g. .......................
ad. I ths o ether ad thus "Address Miss Lie Taylor. '"Old Mill" Twe exere a ..... ... ........
ei4 aa e trouble at oen~. FOT1 ^FOUND-The right place to buy blankets. Ina. PeaoIiF. Fla. PI.e SS8. 3 a
SIY iCE /^*B I? X7A talna on weekly or monthly payments. XLOST-A goad rt t runt O T R W ....*.................
, A lNot of old OTICE OF REMO VAL. Call phone T1 and our sa sma ,wIl ca. haa or se what you have. in AZ. J. B. TiL ,.
Solomon Furniture Co., W. Intendeia St. a iea to t DENTIST. .. : DE ..
tied p i neat bundles fr NOTICE Ow REMOVAL-I have leased urieoctm " *e 1 Bla t Smoe U* 'I,............. .......
Sfor 3 years. I shall be glad to see all nv South Alabama should carry' a small ad 'in- -- m - -. -.- .* *..
Sh old friends and many new ones here. f this column. The est tIs only 1.501 AllWrTt daMrate Tuirpentin-. 3,% enu
U .- .Yours for business. J. N. Aadrews. bScr for J rth1e J na. ft or four a r less. SUSSCRIBE FOR THE JOURNAL . Wrat us fse se-l. e W c- m m.t I Marktta. fa
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its on savings
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ort from Paris
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Cherbourg. The
t long, with 625
I she will devel.
teen knots. She
a report, have a
th to that of 1

ock, aged 17
r months, killed
La.. befume her
t. tould not go
church.
she had obtain-
ographer with a
iris, Miss Louise
job to get mar-

Itted suicide at
a note saying.
me, I shall cer-
offease."
or of a oburch in
travels without
rears, which fol-

five prominent
ke into a plr
surprising their

countries of the
hbe persons over
o work for their

e glass in the
be broken within
to the law of
Lallan s:eamsblp
In with a dental
be carried in the

newspapers,
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at The Jour.

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Place your renting property in our hands and save the annoy.
ance of collecting rents and making repairs. We have the best
equipped rental department in the city; having six men who devote
all of their time to this department. A special repair department,
saving to our landlord all the promt that would go to an outside
carpenter on each job of repairing he has to have done. Our clients
are our beat advertisement. We challenge comparison.


THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
"THE RENT COLLECTORS*
REAL ESTATE. RENTSamnd LOANS
206 S. Pelefew St. Phone ST. PenseIola, Fleride












AY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1908.


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'I U R 0 THE ESQUIMO
1bI. ber. Thel.nubennncnat
P !d .po r T V P o The Norwman fishermen
P FLID L v1 e e eon codliveroil. These
S, m to cold and p cal
Expeiene has them that
Judge Beggs Passed Sen- fatty foods give warmth and
tence Upon Law Break- For those who have cold and thin
bodies, or are threatened with
Users Yesterday. consumption or any wasting
40 00 disease, there is no fat in so
Yesterday was plea day in the crim- digestible and paatable a fom as
Snal court and a number of prisoners
\Pleaded guilty to the charges against
th Those who appeared eforeSc's Em ulsion
ude Beggs yesterday morning were: it
Charles Bruin, colored. carrying hysi s pde
concealed weapons., three months. Sed isdtm k saw
SPaul Davis, colored, larceny, 60 es d, larceny, 60on. we w e
a s. en rW ,eJohn Williams, colored, lewdness, SCOTT G OW pI au TYo,
fou m tManda Wright, colored, adultery,
_t_ "ah o Frd\ the t day o^' Aftwo months. -
St t k Annie E. Watson. colored, us ingd
Aobscene language, $10 and costs.
O U Ike Jonson, colored, se lling liquor
without license three months and A full line of .di,. .wet and m.xed .
S30 days additional if he fails to pay pickles, Dodeon Braun picktles, cat-
C ,f Os Arr6e 193 1stB sups, apple butter In jars fresh sauer
I emay a Exet.anrt catS ceughi kraut. New and fresh goods arriving

St Gu Troas. BRdraMts. J. E. CONCANNON,
"a ms, Pr,yl, 234, NewsSeal-509 South Palafox St.r


FLOR A MAN'S UNITED STATES MARSHALS SALE.
Northern District of Florida.-By virtue
of an order of sale issued out of the Unit-
ed States District court for the Northern

SEenthat I will sell by public auction, fo
Ss .cash. on Friday, the thirtieth day of Oc-
to Gl oTJan. o. Iri III -o. bt hl u tober. 1908, at I o'clock n., at Bagdad,.
MI rs, Gers, Headerson, 2236, Gulf- Santa Rosa county, Florida, the steamer
part to Cary & CO. t.agnus," her engines, b ollers, machinery
s co UULLL Passed Through Three Hur- boats, tackle, apparel, appurtenances an
IV R _ r all. ;. 2069, Ar te furniture. as she now lies. Bagdad. Santa
l Vivina, Span as, Arroten l, 1983. rans On the Tug United States Marshal. 23o5t
SwI t tLhverpool, to Gulf Transit Co. I II it ADVERTISEMENT.
,U, 1VIrgial ,Aust as, Prlyl, 2314, New llJ ll Edna Dewey. Sealed proposals for the construction
York to Gulf Transit Co. i oU tA LL of a concrete bowl and foundation for the
Adel i d Men-el, Gei as, Mensell i iron fountain to be placed in the Plaza,
together with all the necessary pipes.
3149, Wpallton to the Keyser-Mul George Fix. a well known citizen of completV in place, acordlng to the plans
4-de' Co. Natnal Ri r nd specifications on file, will be received
SPomaron Br anha 150 Vi onal River and Harbors Jacksonviie, who has for some time by thePlaza Park Commissioners up to
lReal to JBre. A. M1r20 tt i been in the Bahama Islands superin- Thursday. Nv. 4o 1 908, at 12 o'clock noon.
boIe ,la C tJ A. M rt : t& o. congress to Convene on ten h erection of boilers and Proposals to be addressed to A. Greenut.
-omedalen, Be as, Witten, 1632, COngrtSS 10 VOnVCRe On tending theCerection of boilers and chairman Plaza Park Commissioners. and (
Vora Cr to the Keyer-Muldon Co machinery f6r tae Bahama Lumber endorsed. "Pr sales for the Construction
i B i T IC aigate, Br se. Rippon, 1936, Car- December 9. Co., after several thrilling experiences of ete owl and Foundation for
ldowu, Br s, Peterson, 2773, Th olwn i th cl .u fo -, which was thought to have been lost h t naza rk Commissioners reserve
-TGanown rt6 Gl ft Trasit Co. The follown is the ca issue for in the recent Wet Indian hurricanes, Specifications and blank forms of pro-
Tabip 99 t6 Gulf W Trasi Co. the annual session of the National arrived in the city from Bruns- posals can be obtained from A. Green-
r No ship. Arese, 90. This call is issued by the board of encountering humane after hurri- NOTICE
TM bar wa1., I "oed y Be- ^o. ZBetelo Ayes tA. directors, acting under authority of a cane the douhglt little vessel came Fer ApPlication For Permit to Sell
Ssa treet whar Mall, Nor I lp, Backer, 18 32, rsMolutlon passed by the last conven- in with all nafe on board and with lit- where.i onstantne Mshell and
016i i o"Ae n t dr er- lion of the congress aeld at Wash- tle damage done John Diomus have filed witr the Board of
S1-- P "-a i a chi tvrda Oe i bk ksen, 1239 i ngton, D. C.. December 4, 5 and 6, Lost a-'Shooner. County Commissioners for ascambia
Sf tntrne to\A erius. 1907, to which there were 1978 pro.p The Edna Dewey cleared about a permit to sell L Auors. Wins and Bee
a ,. .e mi. remetmt. Nor bk, Ro t rup, 10,o early accredited delegates represent- month ago for- Wilson City, a pro- In Election District 13 at North Tarragona I
i It or T erteolo bto A. Zeutr. 150 ing 37 statess and two territories of greater settlelitr in the Baamas, Street, of Said County and State; any
rtw" l the. nioeb citizen of such election district may show.
The improvements of the water- and Lad y Shea, which were loaded-the Brd to be held on Tuesday, the
Is ,arMtt sad l a eandis m d 1464, Buenos Ayres to master. ways of the nation, which this nation- with machinery. En route, the first Third day of November, next, why such
t, oth ..Lnb C 4a ,A A.te lo,t tpa. bk, Roura, 1242, al convention will advocate and dis- hurricane forced the vessels to run permit should not be granted.
r b, Hamen, 733 aerto cuss, 'means increased and cheapened for safety to t'ie proteefed section Clerk of the Board of County Commission-
t. Wto arr'tv yes- ~~ae, tor bk, Hanson, 733 erto transportation facilities fo the pro- near the Hope Twn light house, in er, Escambia County. Florida.
u 1 l Swum St. Andrews and Cabello, to Rix M. Robins ducer and tae consumer, and there spite of which dy Shea went oBy oaw4w G. HARTSEDputy Clerk.
., wit -a la rge careo of Hiawatha, Nor bk, Johnson, 1406, no question before the American peo- down beneath the waves.
M uf D om elefto att 5 m. yes- l us bk r to master pie worthy of their serious thought The windows of both vessels were NOTICE
n mdaeil.e. Ru? t k, ter.cksen, and consideration than the proper de- smashed, the sails were rent and For Application For Permit to Sell
* 1191, Pt. Nollata to master. velopment and utilization of these nat. maquors. wines and Beer.
Th dyer esaIar Eugene sd Gavarome Praten, Ital bk. Rittore, nm hanneloftre many parts were torn away. Whereas. Birmingham liquor Company.,
S e rs Egene and 14 Goa torate r.l bk, Rittore, rural and economic channels of trade Through Three Tornadoes. has filed with the Board of County Com-
S* T om e atne d taking o and transportation. The tug, after .safely landing the missioners for Escambia County. Florida.
S t e et whaf Doris. Am. acht., Axelson,-- Bal- The National Rivers and Harbors Blanche at Wilson City., started for their applicationfor permit to sell liquors,
atto leave this Mor tiUmore to master. Congress advocates a policy, not a Brunswick with the schooner Salbor 117. arraossa street of said Count
V Donna Christina, Amsch, Friable.project; it represents no particular in tow. Three ties the plucky little and State; any citizen of such election
165. Belize to master section or project but is the direct vessel got as far as Wright's Key, but district may show cause. If any there be,
The ,iver steamers Versen aw sad representative of all sections that the fearful gales making progress Im- a Te mting thie oard tNo b hldv n
Si ara sbeduled to leave port this Why Jamne lee Got Well. have a mertorious claim for the im- possible, forced the tug to return to nexte.why such permit should not be.
5prala g. The Vermoa will So to par Everybody in Zanesville, 0., knows provement of a river, a lake. a har- Wilson city for fuel. Throughout the granted. ANGUS M. MeM N.
t'US leaadl and the Belle to Ver- Mrs. Mary Lee. of rural route 8. She bor or a canal. This national organ- hurricane period, in which about 35 Clerk of the Board of County Commission-
bA .o writes: "My husband, James Lee, firm- ization-with delegates fro-m every vessels were lost in the neighborhood era. Escambla County, Florida.
* ly believes he owes his life to the use part of the union, In national conven- of Nassau nlone, the officers and men By C. G. HARTSFIELD.
Delayed by the northeast and east of Dr. Kiag's New Discovery. Hir. -ion assembled, will advocate and of the tug were constantly in danger octsoaw4w Deputy Clerk.
ey ahsw hcave prevailed at lungs were so severely affected that stand for a broad, liberal, comprehen- of being drowned but all reached NOTICE
the breakwater siace last consumption seemed Inevitable, when sive policy for the improvement by port safely. Mr. Fix also had a nar- For Application For Permit to Sell
M mda. a iet nearly 100 velsel a friend recommended New Discovery. the federal government of all water- *ow escape, and considers himself Liquors, Wines aod Beer.
h9 en a tLa e ce to get to sea. A him to perfect health."- Dr. King'. favorably reported upon by the United Jacksonville instead of being made for Escambia County, Florida his appli-r
ie h mga-. th Atlantic coast the New Discovery is the King of throat States army engineers, an. by them food for sharks cation for permit to sell .iyuor.s. wines
5In Siltis ot a n rc exists, and and lung remedies. For coughs and recommended to the congress of tbe and Beer in Election I'istri-t 15. at coinorer
aflloC Tpets are having a log wait colds it has no equal. The first dole United States as worthy of Improve- Read The Tournal Wants. Counterand tatei nmit st-tent of sa
t to sea Ttg which have ves-gives relief. Try it! Sold under ment for the beneit of the commerce election district may show cause, if any
e la tow oatward-bounad are return- guarantee at all druggists. 50c and of the country. there be. at thu meeting of the Board
aeg fa fre buaker coal supplies.- $1.00. Trial bottle free. \The platforms of the two great p- to be held on Tuesday. the Third day of
Philadeliba esoerd. Oct. 25. lit cal parties have unequivocally n- not be granted. why uc pert hould
* BUILDING PERMITS dorsed and declared for the improve- io ANGUL.S M. McMILLAN.
The t1 p Keailworth. now trading ioo ..... L ment of the waterways of the coun- Clerk of the Board of County Commission-
e- the oast, has bees sold to O JISSUED Y JST KLfxDAY try, and by this declaration have prac- rs, Es ambia Cointy. Florida.
lhe Al a Packers' Am for .. .. --- tieally approved toe platform of the H octSoaw4w Deputy Clerk.
About T sae ab pIca ser The following permits were issued National Rivers and Harbors congress. .oti- |e gity tl o r
bught the ark Wllscott a monthyesterday by Building Inspector Ran- The improvement of our rivers and N|iW th h e da b f mvien hert n onday' T
; afto 10te Nl f.-- talp'al Ia ol.Sdall: harbors is thus taken out of the pnot- pli-attion will Iadeto the Governor
S e "* To Aniada Jones, colored, to erect ical field and placed on the roll of -of the Stat. of Florida for letters patent
1 AArive*., a one-story trame dwellin- on East business questions, the solution of incorporating tihe Pensacola Mercantile.
Martha. Ger. a., Ley, 803, Gulfport Bobe street. which are demanded by all sections 1 fCmpanYt ttein acco rdanco, under ththe asfo-
to u 17mber Co. To Martin H. Sullivan to make re- and all branches of trade and com- rom lowing proposed charter:
Iiverdale, r. a., Ho, 1710, Mos pairs to the baidiag at the southeast merce from their representatives in e i T nm t t 1s.al
10 P1st to Gulf Trnsit Co. corner of Gregory d Baylen streets. the congress of the United States. the Pena ola Me r-anotio Copal.l anb
SCleared. The National Convention, 2eld at its place of business shall be ensacola,
SSISerfa~,. Br. s-.. Hog. 1710, forFINED $25. BUT the nation's capital. In the presence of Florida.
|te AyrW, With 500 tois coal. .. -"'-l the nation's lawmakers assembled for U e The general nature- of the business to
9 $I WA REMIJ.i Li the second session of the Sixtieth ht tr nMet M hil he hve-in arid. e


Sailed. congress, affords the best place and selling of general merchandise, dry goods. ,
Sr. v. Ardiount for Scranton. D. F. Beovich, proprietor of tie the best time for all friends of im- l hoes and notions: the buying, selling.
ALst. so. Virgiats for Galveston. People's saloon on South WPal ox proved waterways to demand of their UUleasng alpropertyto be used al otate and
street. was fined $2a and. costs by representatives that party pledges be with aid business, and the doing of all
LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. Recorder Johnaso yesterday for keep- carried out and river and harbor tI=- "- "" o ter things cidental to, necessary or
lumansm ing his place of business open after provements placed upon a pe aDent fori the purpose of conducting
Ar&gmt, Br Ms, McDwall, M7. 9 o'clock last Saturday night. The basis. commensurate with their Im- I N'T m butsriness.
to J. A. Merritt & Co. recorder renaitted $13 of the fine. portance to the commercial. manutae- s f The amount of capital stock shall be
turning and agricultural welfare of all hyaer.reav lere Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00). to
i-m .h e heu ,the, have feting be divided into fifty (O50) share of the
&the people of the union. ac be retfulf Yo ver p r value of One hundred Dollars
M BRESTI TREATI~ To this end and to accomplish this nedBa frentionf ort ($100.00) each, to be paid for in cash.
^ IBit ( ]BESTgMmjIIM 1 great purpose, you who receive %his 11[ "160 atte.ntion- 4._
Sr are cordially invited and rnestly re- the great liver u The corporation shall exist for the J
S.. SaO )._ fRnn- UMUr l nnu quested to be present at Washington, esDown term of ninety-nine years.
F OW5--r7IM H U rl lBiJ.. December 9, 10. 11. 1908. Every court- e.wI, CUl aMi F;~ IS The business of the corporation shall
.esy and urivllege of the meeting rill r Lv-d-- be conducted by a President. a Vice- A Gu
S- ed to you and to thoe Y rsidt. and' a Secretary. who shall
L. 8 8. 6lbeottimtI l1r, Catarrk beer e it is a perfect blood be extbrnded to you ad rsetou m C. MH also be Treasurer. and a Board of thr eo
SIt lJ6th mlydid.ne that able to owinton- may bring with you. Very rewspct- toT rit .di to ete at e r -
~TI mtfly m.^me N- -ta m ^ a NATTONAL RIVERS AND HARBORS r a ned ea year. Until the first election, the
-a tam A ONheadache, dad c year. Until the first election. the
'.- --... --. CONGRESS. w a officer who are to conduct the business
IUg agagi tat^d Wlit4d E the blood Mwill Jos. E. Ransdell, President. .no j spe1 of the company shut be: EP Fried. Presi-
adia tOm 1 the Attest: 3. Frea. Ellisitl Secretary. e[li dent: Alex Friedman., Vice-President: P
cotnoiuesinte Attest: J. F. Ellisdh rand was ceaylet el m&eXI Sam S. sightrnan, Secretary and Treass.
gr 110121k 01iYeye%' d id mn rer. and said E. _Fried, Sam S. LIhltmax
Sb mdhode m wike*.Oain tlth b, ao otbeperaa- Real Estate Transferm. Mand Alex. "riedmaa, the Board of Di-
b S3ig--os---l-to-t F tet & isSThe highesLt amount of Indcbtedne.s or
le 'To-. -- I Ina list ofd stday s I- ,to which the corporatio can
Svsmyt....a c -r t e _O .. .e.s...ths . . etran sctinsi recorded tie yeat t e. -at m" sbJect Itself is Ten Thou-
B liss"mabs ***ttaa^suassqa lfs, T he. T manna at thessribers amES
h Lot 6. Blk. 134. WIest King Tract__ __i__ T ___.__.off sd a o whoSambsies
StpIo an yR& WMh omReuben Crooke to Wm. Crooked, $35 P3 an. 01 rs, w s
k- n- cud a th a generalh Im el -Lot 5, Blk. 134, West K "g -Tract. Sold d .....m t by SrS. rmn.of Pedameola.stckra *an
SooI k Catalh d ny edic l dE!d~ desired sent free Christian Tressett to Oscar W who subtcribes for three shares of stock.
Trissett and Paul F. Kuhne. $100- W ATi
2= rT r D .0 C.I O- Lot I As 41 and 42. East of Railroad in W. A'AT S AS ALEX. FLRIEGIMAN,. C]
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W. H. K newmiml Peslident. W. K. Hyer, Jr., VIce-Preldent and Cas lr.
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Capital, $200,000.00
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presented E [r the seem"ti
0 Is0: -this avis Mth billOe m the recent
visi ta ot the e mpy to this city. As
beisre the pruaustatiof at the Sa-
. .the. large audlecs. -I
SThe Pyton 8taters company is one
iiof the best popular price companlp t IS AN sIC AND NTm"GA

s IN PAches, ann s -EA
I.I Dixona the Ved Vdas. l3 : s iehsl d ig is, LA
I4 L eTra itor thhe dranatization of For Man and Beast. Atdruggst. 2 5., .ad $1.
I whicda by Chanaitg Pollock and Mr. LYON MANUFACTUINGCO., 42 Sitamhb St- OO T.iLT.
Dixon will be seen In this city at the Ready
Tells of Suit Brought by opera house on the night of Tuesday
Tells ofSuit.!Brouy November3,is thought by some to
hold extreme views on some of the ber M
Judge Montgomery Vs. problems that are confronting the
southern people. For instance, take
O '"" Tholas iori a quotation like the following ::'Min-
Thomas Dixon. gling of races makes for lhell."' If it
Swere not for the quaint p.araseolo LARGE STOCK OF OU NCl
=w sore would thing this an emanationLA G S
THE NORTH CAROLINA JUDGE of Dixon's pen. As a matter of fact.
BO H A IL LM O it was written about 2.500 years ago,d
oii n1";1 'l .v BROUGHT A LIBEL CLAIM FOR for it is an extract from the Bhaga- 10- S.
vad Gita. the -reat, dan,. c poem of cry W on Wck yes
6 -u a S .&toata el$50,000 AGAINST AUTHOR FOR C'I his ntoin eheWae Weite knce oy Wafs.
*'. itg &a94I J w git- A B Tne thinkers and statesmen of India
" it- pau3 i.&"Si SNo" AND OBSERVER OF RALEIGH, were perplexed with the same prob- W M JOHNSON & SON ios o
aN. C. 1m thathIs agitating the south today find "t
S..... 5 yN.S -C. The Brahmins, the white race of In- d t
'T __i.dia, were firmly convinced of the
Natural superiority of the white raceU C
Howard Herrick. general press rep- and that racial mixture was an abom-* - vanta
OF liil Ln Vresentative for Thomas Dixon. Jr.'s national. So it seems aftr all t adat
-" O ",Mnew play. rh Traitor." is in the city. ionand the people of the south
anew ply *'Thi- Traitor .*IInhe t$. Sir,, merely a nd t he on a propaganda
and when seen this morning by a re- ar. merely carryi-g on a ropaandFor
porter for our aper concerning the that was first started during the first
we Sheisuit for damages for alleged slander Jawn of history.
j d l which had been i4stituted in the. fed- At the Orpheum Theatre.
eral court at R igh .,against The Orpheu continues to play to
SMr. Dixon for $50,0 by ater A. good houses. whie is an evident fact
-4 .1A mif. .Montgomery of that city, a former as- that there is a good show on at this
pup16&5ma. .Psociate justice of the state supreme popular place of Amusement. The Ge h aB
court, said: Sterling Brothers. who are appearing '10 S.u
m, I "When I was in Raleigh doing the in a Roman ring act are certainly .
11-' ---MWi dl. TAW -wow2 U press work for "The Traitor," JIea two good athletes, and the work they e
,% Il MBeisl. 0 l He iIive dienoer publican mass mcetirg was heldat perform on the rings -Is marvelous. f o A
E. ddia0 the Academy of Music, in which the T ie Three Kelleys. who do a sing-
Wbmi 'il a candidate for governor. former in dancing and taki act are good. cannot d good
111 asm .atN b .w s. ,yl i t publican congressman antl xJudge Baby Kelly is a dancing wonder. Dur- 'th u ayr r
A* Lai 611411a Montgomery participated. Judge Mont- Ing her dancing she introduces inge,h your hand 4.
g ey's ee s ed toe p double and triple steps. I ht-to ork right-- u must be foot free. I
r ctr Yl sta TAionpally aimed at Mr. Dixon's n w play. Prof. Jones, the singer, is alsotoum s
r P Can"d he also defended the lmp- heard in a late illustrated song hit. I are T En N I
Swho caused so much misery t the The Ellwoods are another big feature. Tie"ST N Lah s
south during the rdaannhtrucoAl Pe- They do & cartoon act. Mr. Ellwood, Sc'ott. e.
riod. The News and Observer of that as a cartoonist, has few equals. His
city. which is one of the prlcid l pW drawings are good and are done with was d the ma. who we fa dalres.. Per t i be t'moh
pers of North Carolina, took up te e -apidity. During the act Miss yt a stead ly become ore,. s o atte petition with any off
Jfl subject editorially on the followlag Elw.hv. :1 introduces two songs that te book
Sunday, and in turn arraigned Judge are good and win great applause.
Montgomery before the bar of publi rThe show closes with the moving YOUwve been ruths' Steed; has. ked as welt as-th, best- HARRY T.
opinion for voicing such unsouther picture, and the manner In which the lokig shoe ou see, 'give d r we ea.
sentiments. in this editorial, t. a effects are put on by Profs. Levy and ever doll ea cy the a Ne whm t .
defense of the corrupDonais a t 5de- show all in all it is a good one.* St Loo2a is but
*punL .as 't7e unpardonable sin in North of Far and dun Seetse 'il
Our central station gen- c- "The subject wa. taken op edtrai r- E ci a l I
rates power twenty- t Will Takel ace ly all oVer the state. and manyro- r NOE A ES CONTRAC
SIo a and iunent men gave utteranceto. teir In- LO A LR H N Cra
fQur hours a day andr. t dignation both in their public a peech-v rTHNO CONTA
every day in the year.'o m vi su hc^ees and th og h theprss.T meu osintevr- ke Xmyo h-makng.e Wk
Yon may Use it for a few Are Elaborate. criticisms of Judge Montgomery's -I iLOCAL P AYEH 4 why em m- -u u preew- s
minutes at a time, or day speech emanated not only frto the ..,, s., ""*ee.. 37 5.. 11s ad tr r$5.50o 900. Cel ..d a a .
ii T h te id rt ryrepresentatives of the pa rty in power _____p e
and night the year Toniguh the big democratic r aly in North Carolina. but many proml Statistics Showi Work of
around. will occur, preparation fr which ent men wrao were political aee i1-
ei m uonacc too fore the astiog we, mates ef Judge Montgomery repudiated Men in ' Than
live been on foot for the past week, any sympathy with such utterances.
You have only to put in avnia been completed with due sati As a matter of fact the question ts Ten (a 1es. StO L o T
o h on start nd facti to an omeeraed, and Sebille not one of polities In any me ue of Boston ShSt
a.witch to start, and.. I oSquare will be the scene of me inthe word. Mr. Dixon's plays and writ- The following are he averages of
il Ut to stop. teure ilg even this evening. ngs have nothing whatever to do with players participtpalh in the Pensa-
pulltiterest events this evening. Aex-politics or political conditions. They cola-Barrancas games during the past
. ceptionally capabA campaign commit- are simply a truthful presentation of season, where the player was in ten
Let bs take the respmo i- tee composed of Frank B. Radcliffe, the horrors of the black s hetdow un- or more gams .
I.Thos. W. Kent. Chaa. Iaevy, Jos. der which the south rested during ate
biity of applying your Johnson. Henry Clopton, W. J. Sennott the dark days of reconstrction. A. H. PC.
I o -wer !-and Alex McAvoy have been boosting History of Case. Stevensen, P, ... 40 2 14 -- -r-e p-e-r--e--t--
S"ithin in the right direction for one "The suit which has been brought Anderson. B. ....1 4 5 15 ,3'. W-i-t-h y g-r cr-a-nT s-n-d-r-y coppbte i
of the most enthusiastic Democrat- against Mr. Dixon is based on a letter Lurto. P ...... 14. 45 9 14 31
ice rallies t at has ever been witness- written by Mr. Dixon to the Raleia Mitchell, B.-P. .11 3 7 11 298 D-o-n'-t r-e-ad t-h-i-sb
ed in the county of Eambia. News and Observer, w h is publish- Gordon, P ....... 13 4 4 13 289 -e a-r- a-p-p-e- i pced
/ I Promioent speakers will be present ed on the Irst page of that paper in ,Roche. P ....14 350 6 14 2-80
'to address the crowds, among whom the issue of October 16th. The letter Bergin, P....... 1 4 11 10 2 T-hos-e w-h-o a-r-e t icit t
i msw ia FktiTi, will be Hon. W. L.. Martin, a man in question was printed in big heavy- Lverett, B......10 31 3 7 224
well known in Florida state politics. faced type. In this letter Mr. Dixon Restrau. B ......12 40 3 9 225 -r -t-r- CO,
IIhe Pensacola Concert band will be saft"If my books or plays everns n. P......12 40 3 9 2 Ri
C m p ty.I endance tofurnish "stirrngmu- meet the approval of a southern seal Roche, P .......13 4 45 4 o+ 223t,, I Mirpw W R,,tro 1d T*I
CO MIi appropriate to tT occasion, and awag or traitor, I will withdraw them FMelden, ..... I 1. 34 .7 a 20
Makers of Light and Powe.re will be a large number of ut- from circulation." MeI wen, ..... 3 1 3 4er in n 7a 213ts" W hr A
66 -tw visitors in attgnance. Noth-. 'The courage of the Celt. the no- King, B ........ 10 3 0 9 t 20
Main Offlesa, 9 a11 W. a dnd Lag in fact. has been left undone ability of the Norman. the vigor of Thomason. B. ...12 41 5 8 196 and a strth\
Telephone tii which would be further condaclive to the Viking. the energy of the Angle, VanMareo. P. ....14 3 9 192
"|a more brilliant success than the one the tenacity of the Saxon. the daring leupold. B......1 3 4 6 18 e
ant1. i pated for tonight of the Dane, the gallantry of tae Evens, B ....... tO 38 2 185court t grat hr dive Few
The speaking will commence at Gaul, the earth hunger of the Roman tnart, P....... 10 :4 : 17 At the Rivers actresses could hope for a distnction
7:30 o'clock. and the stoicism of the Spartan are Waters, P ....... aI 3.. 1 o on s such advertising value.-Los An
The Journal .delivered at man by divine gift o blood from sire First basemen: geles Express.
i HE nR AIT OR and dame through hundreds of gen-( G. PO. A. E. TC.PI' (Ceutinued From First Page)
VOurdoor,10caweek. erations and through centuries of cul' Mitchell, P.-B. .. 6 50 S 2 60 9 local members of said association -
IS .ture.' Anderson. B, ..13 98 11 4 113 96 w.io are not members of the Chamber Dr. Jno. B. Tiller
COMING -iThe oulice of ro st "'|nasmuch as this matter has been C. Rhe.bP P..... 7 9 7 ;2 6 l2m917 co-opera wIh lii as recovered and will resume
ealt Is what is allowed to enter anything of such ortlioas of his let- G. A. E.TC.PC. Chamber of Cohamerce.'" Biluding.
..- the mouth. The more simple ig the suit. As I have llv.-d ij Nortb leupoid, B....... 24 13 3 40 92z Rivers and Harbors. aess. .s
the diet the more perfct the Carolina for over twelve years, Third basemen: Mayor Goodman and Mr. Stillmnan ..
THE TRAITOR hedmth. h know full well, however, the feeling of G. P0. A.E.TC.PC. made short addresses on the subject.
IS lion. In fact, the tremendoes aud- Stevensen. P. ...2 24 25 11 60 817 Rivers and Harbors congress. and
_I. iences which have greeted "The Touart. P. .......10 21 17 10 48 792 Mr. Goodman introduced the follow- "
COMING Traitor" all through' that state would Fielders: ing resolution. which was attended by
settle that point for all time. No G. PO. A. E.TC.PC. Mr. Mitchell to also include the com-
_____________plays have ever been presented in King, B..........I) 9 2 1 12 917 mittee taking up matters regarding
"LUE .the south that hpve aroused so much Jones. P.........11 8 2 1 11 910 the local navy yard:
a ViT O enthustiasm as has the "Traitor" and Leverett. B ......10 13 4 2* 21 905 "'Be it resolved. By t '. Chamber -
Don't fail tO Visit The Or- .its predecessor. "The Clanss en." Bergin. P.........13 1 :l 3 3 21 85; of ('ommerce and by lo- l members
phuiTheatre today and to- Mr. Herrick was a delegate from Thoumason, B. ....12 13 5 4 21 M10 of the G. C. I. \V. association that
night if yu en"o high-class North Carolina to the national demo- VanMatre. P .....1 9 2 3 14786 it is Assentia1 to the iroiper promo- _"_"
cratic convention at Chicago in 1896 Fieldina. tion of the interests of the tport o.


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vaudevI and u0ov1g,1 pic- 'w '1w.. when Mr. Bryan was nominated the Pitchers: Pensacola, that thi.-s ort should lie U
iure R ed, ae nd wholesome, ',ir.t t hime. He hast been a friend and G.PO.A.E.WP.TC.PC. in clot-e relations with ihe Naiional *
a yy- lS. si g preventS Con- that day to the present and expects to Gordon. P ..... 53 23 1 0 27 903 that, to this end, the officers of tie '
youreri endsplae!t1 ,79;-1 that,.t thiss end Hhearooc. of,,s ad RU
Mtin m tatin. present at r. Bryan's iaaugura- c. Roche. P. 1 02696tChamber of Commerce. h- mayor and ti
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Three night shC7:30, catchers: Chamber of ('omninerce committee on .LI...l-. ry
-- 0- '.'i P0. A." TC._CCatchers: legislation. riv,'.rs and harbor, way tave an
AMUSEMETS,: Mitwshe!, G.-P..4 0. A- ......... "t --the way the better
:.701,9:l0.3 A USo Mitchell, P.-R. 33 3 1 7 97A rr of th ('. asso- -a Cn atu 7C..W.
6.30, S .-- fat Hatlsc :op rt..
.--- -- .. Lrto. P. ......14 100 4 4 10oS 93aton" b.. r o-.td ,o 10o-operate in dressed men around the ASt 3arr r
... ....P =- --- __._ ---.- .._ _ McEwen. B.. 11 66 2 5 73 932 ia zealous effort to iidide .id adequate U B .
Salome Was Premented. stops: G. PO A. E. T( PCn ue o a ei-s'el nt th bainalu RtOWn are am g t0 US rlnPsa.l:
,vsatoand Harborues 'rebdin ahnd. city ofatu-n
By special request the Payton Sis- Evens. B .......5 14 11 3 2,S 9.a- Harborn on Dec. s i0 a city o r their Fa Clothes. ad fr
tern company, holding the boardL at E. Roche. P ....14 33 27 10 70 ugon on De. 10 a uex. or their Fa Clots..
ere____ __Base Running. For Sore Fet- Not only our regular FeSt fo
A. de ergin ............. G S "I iave found Buc!e','s Arnica
y get not our guarantee entiresa- A of Brin ...............Slve to be the poperhin to use for tr, but dens of Mobile & Gulf
"r,,b,-1os ............!sore feet. as well as fir he-!'Inc burns,
faction, but the aditioal assurance giv en y the before each Lurton.....................14 re uts. a ll annr o aa- new ones.
naume and labels, k "-K4UPEN JMRR" and 9%ma 1WiA Steversen..................12 8 sIons."' writes Mr. W. Stone, of East Aedews By lallw
AWRENCE"fa s for worthy q ty and keep tke Mcwen ..................11 7Poland.Maine. is the proper thingOvercoa
"OLAVIVElCi--f-v ut a _tO 11 n h Mtchell...................11 7 too for piles. Try it' Sold under guar- Su Mipet ,mmaol
honest woRrkit.Oetip. sweet and AnderLson ..................1... 8 antee at all druggists. 25C. drew. smla and
$15.00 to $35.00. o .K- aom*on .o 7 FRESH OYSTERS Tailored to Tate. b r r*,*",,a
1m"L FrW5E. Roche ....14..Evh.... 14e
Sit as Resau .. .......12 Every day. The Escambia! $20 TO $50 "d 's
IcWl It.Ps.I K t ingi .......................1 0 Oyster Depot has moved to a*d pa***o ga*es
*n Mal ia meA NOC e a t Irit In Van. Roche ......... ... ..... 112 South Palafox St., Phone Bell Ph
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