Group Title: Pensacola journal.
Title: The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Uniform Title: Pensacola Journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola, Fla.
Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: 10 30, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01227
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d of the Plorida State
TroopIM Statement

Regarding Case.


'. tyof the Interview
.:of. i in Flournoy Ap-
1: ai ng m The Journal is
'Rfe twily Accepted at
.Headqiuarters, Especially
s, it Came From an Officer
.. of Much experience.
OS asIM To Te JownatL
S .t. Augustine. Fla., Oct. 29.-Re,.
SesMi .g toa recent articles printed
WIg The Joa tal, prportlng to be an
i I liew with Captain W. W. Flour-
S"_'r 0,'o Collmpany K, 'lirst Infintry.
._'. State. Tpoopi. tha following
#t *t fr gtven .p t by Adjutant-
eT O eWfIJ. Clf6rd t(er:
'Capta Pl- w MMr abent from
ipemnt aroy 4 illttia exercises
--AU*0 withent leave, and
l!lhave been preferred against
.404t ao t.- No application
0 W*1104 fwa- received
SiVapt. eweraoy, though be was
Sy ward as to tae pecessity
s M d0to61 Under these circum-
he corse taken uy bhi was
,edbuddered in witful disregard of or-
Saad a iros breach of discipline.
:, Tie aouthbtielty of the published
trviews of CaptaU Floarnoy is re-
awtstlr a ed at general head-
e s |-nh priety of such
a .d tof offer In t he tate
v**-i ef e to ca criticismm
Wi of vbich the humblesit sob-
ile a0 telt experience
pa4sldge, and certainly
g t @ e rtoo-ine Ian' ofleet
K # 9c fsm 5 eoasOMbleh exper-
an ia inced that the
,i A etast Apt., Pboumoy
direct' recoaimenaution
"4a w& A charges pr*Ved
_=ft ,lrby Colopet l-

of Jawand gatatIO
to otdersand it. is in-
Vtl ~ttlrtelr to the officer and the
vant*te sMOier. and it cannot be safe-
Jly amsan ed that an exalted c4villan
7aostlon or personal standing of an in-
dlvIdual will give him a wider license
.'fatn is eujoyed by the humblest solI
dier In the ranks."



S She Rioped With a Poet and

Has Been Located in
Seeltal to The JournaL
New York. Oct. 2*9.-J. L.. Morgan.
of Marion. N. ('.. a millionaire.*whose
daughter, Fayetta. elolwd with W. L.i
Craig. an ilII- 'uios t)po s oet. ltas ca-
bled friend-, h-'r ithat he foi nd his
Alansuhter i:: P:tris. Th"' dispatt-h does
not mention Craig or give any details.

: Bryan=Ker


The ryan and Kern -ampaii,
* morning The Journal acknowledge
* which increases the total to S.s
* Democrats should remember
* closes, as it will be necessary i
0 ter that date. It is the desire t
* iemittance, and Democrats are
* nations.
4v The contributions now stand
* Through C.T.Ca
A. A. Bishop. Monticello ......
0 W. B. Carter. Waukeenoh ......
* S. W. Kencey, Aucilla .........
/B. R. Lofllie. Lloyd ............
S.' Total. .. ...............
* Previously acknowledged ........
G* rand total ...... .....



Insurance Commissioner In-

vestigates Burning
Gins in That Place.

He Tooked Into Burning of
a.-Number of Gins Recent-
ly and Comes to the Con-
clusion That the Night
Rider Stories Are Fakes.

B, Assoawi~ Pres.
.Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 29.-Deputy
lag amace iw~ftiolonmer A. C. Sexton.
after an lavestigation of some dozen

come tho ooRe~sion that tie aigat
r r stories are Wkes so far as Ala-
biiia Is concerned. North 'Alabama
was especially prolific in the matter
of sensational reports of this kind.
and in every case the department is
told they were without foundation.
Many of the stories about warnings
signed "Committee" seem to have
grown out of fertile gray matter in
the publicity department- of the in-
.s a result it seems that the ar-
th-ity of the department to head off
the outrages of this kind are to be
without anything to spend themselves
upon. In one or two cases there is a
prospect that incendiarism prevailed.
but in not one ca-e has there been
evidence indicating that destruction
resulted from anything of an organiz-
ed effort to make "havoc. Captain Sex-
ton is doing everything possible to find
ou4 where he van hell)p. while Secre-
tary of State Julian. head of the office,
is aiding him in every way.
my Aoclated Preos.
Montgomery. Ala.. Oct. 29.-Gov.
E. B. Comer ha* appointed J. J. Will-
iams, of Section, probate J.udg.' in
place of \V. W. McCutcheon, deceased.
fMr. Williams is a prominent farmer
and Ires taken over the offe-. -There
were half a dozen men after the place,
nmon:g the nu:nber beings .1. A. Kyle.
the popular secretary of tCe senate.

S-Poison Intenced for Minister

Caused D. ath of Two Servants

I, OCTOBER 30, 1908.




Will Invade Home State of

n Fund -- the RepublicarrN mnee :
S $853.5 Once More. AT REELFOOT LAKE
es $853.50 4 By Associated Pres.
__ Camp Nemo, Reelfoot. Lake, 4
SPOKE YESTERBAY 4 Tenn.. Oct. 29.-Today was a 9
n fund continues to grow. and this quiet ont- with tle military *
es receipt of four $1 contributions ON BANK DEPOSITS lhee. Governor Patterson had *
B5:.50. 0. u- number of suspects and wit- *
that tomorrow nizhi the fund nessed before him today,
o cease taking contributions af- ,among them being Frank Fer- *
.) forward a good sum as the last Refuted the St events of riner. who made a confession 9
urged to come forward with do- Candidate- Wednesda night. erriner is
40- Candidate Tafto~ the Ef- kept under a close guard, and
it is believed he will escape
rS, CMoi no. fect That to Guarantee the severe punishment, because of
r$ o, Montice. 0 Bank Deposits Will Weak- having turned slate's evidence 9
S................. Bank Deposits Will Wea- nothing has been .promised 9
........ .................. 1.0 en the National Banks of in. The weeding out ofr
1.001 prisoners has begun and Z3 4
........ ........ .......the Country. were able to give sufficient *
..e Cu nt accounts of themselves and *
.. were released today. 4
-- By Associated Press.
.... ..........$..........$853.50 Syracuse. N. Y.. Oct. 29.-Having ****** j*9*****
0- delivered in this city his last speech
a of the campaign in the E.npire state,
William J. Bryan i- now speeding
--- -- westward and in .-the morning will
make another invasion tof Ohio, the
home of his republican opponent. The
DE here was his initiation in his private
car into the Mystique Krewe of Kan-
oono. a Syracuse "booster's club." A-
cording to the rules of the club he wa 1
given the Indian name of. "Hoap Big H G SO
W-- ~E Talk Panoose of the Platte." nwhih In- *
the. Platte."
In his principal remarks here Mr. called attentionito th,- fact than
the ca;mpaign was drawing to a close
and that the repoillicans ar. r,-.~or i.
to threats of a padii. rietr case he h ld Nitrate of Silver Used in Ini-
Sdent in the (it ofTaft. ad station Into a College
IIIN A I VIIwedwonder tht Taft had not i tiaton Into a College
to stave off the panic'o f l"17. wit. it
lie was in Roo- Bryan eau.sed a storm of a ;laus-
'Freight Train Goes Through when. in discusm4ing the gilarantet. of
bank deposits he quoted, it refutation
an Open Switch, Smash- of Tafts statement that the guarantee The Boys Were Shackled,
cf deposits would weaken the nation- T ld
ing Engine and Cars. a banking system, a t from Branded anid Left in an tu,
tle United States to ovfW. report. Field-Six Have Been Ex-i
which attributed tihethritl of the Ger- Feld-Six Have Been Ex-I
By Associated Pross. uan people to the guTarane of bank polled and Others May
Rome. Ga.. Oct. 29.-A north-bound deposits. ,
freight on the Southern railway yes- V Meet Same Fate.
terday dashed into an open switc, a
1o the fu4urbs of Rouke, kal1 i A --.' -' -
'ieer Pease and the negr a -.. Aeitat pre
Walter Perdue. both from Atlanta. Lo Angeles, Oct. 29.-Six students
The switch lock had been broken anu1 of the Polytechnic high school have'
stolen. evidently the work of malic- Tn been :unspendvd and three others ar*
ious wreckers. No clue has yet ei b I E A R I In u of meeting the osame fate
obtained, but the officers are working in danger of meeting t e same fate
on the case. I today because they branded the fore
The eugiue and seven cars were heads of two students of the Los An-
smashed. Traffic lhe ween Atlantt -geles High School with nitrate of -il-
and Chattanooga is temporarily stole o
ped. but will be restored by after- Second Squadron of the Fleet ver d-inig the initiation ceremonies
noon. of the Kappa Delta fra:erniiy, a for-
Reached Chinese Port bidden high .school secret society.
It is learned thaL the beginning of
SYesterday. the initiation was at. the home of one
* SIX INCHES OF SNOW of the boys, where there was a pleas-
* ON GROUND IN VIRGINIA. Am y (Associated iht ant atieriug. This was followed hb
SAmoy,"C'inaOct.29.-Bight bat- a visitto West wlake Park. where thedy
By Associated Press. tieships. comprising the second squad- visit to Westrip ke Parnd t where the
Roanoke. Va.. Oct. :.--The 9 ron of the American Atlantic fleet, ake. They were stripped and thrown into
* first snow of th, season tonight uit under command of Rear Admiral W. the lake. They were taken to a va-
* covers th:, mountains of south- 4 H. Emory. arrived here this morning car:t field, where they were bound
* west Virginia. The snow fell atto'-i an un.-veatful vovag-t front YO o- with wire' sha'klcs. branded and
* all day cest of Roanoke. and hania. The visit of the A~nericans i, left to shift for themnr.elves. They
* tonight there are live .iches at 4 ot" far rei'cning im)portanc,- and every finally freed tfemselvt s.
* Blueflehls, six inches at Rural preparation has itiadl notWRIHT GETS MEDAL.
* Retrea. four inches at .Marion 0 to extend to Th, '.,-res.,,ttatives of WI G M L.
* and several inert i ntmost the i nitetd Sta 's flattering wel- By AssoGlated Presi.4
* l)laces. The mercury tell rap- *coe. hi; to itti;)ress upon them n'hi- London, Oct. 29.-The Itritish Aero
* idly during the day. na's ,i'dsir' fo:' (.'n a more cordial club has awarded iUs gold medal to
S* ael.i0 iion t\ti hl t republic than has the Wright brothers, of Dayton, Ohio.
999999 ... *1 ,vail'd hilh'rto. for their achievements.

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Rally Last Night Was En.
thusiastic and Largely



Democratic nominee for congress.
who delivered address at rally last



Secretary LouilMnslager Says
Election Will Give Re-
publicans Increase.
By AssocaTa t P Fs..
New York, Oct. "s.-Representative
Henry C. Loudenslager, of New Jer-
sey. secretary of the national Repub-.
lican executive committee, who has
been in change of the New York head-
quarters of the committee during the
campaign. today gave out hbi esti-
mate of the complexion of the nation-
al house of represeimativeos of the
sixty-first congress.
"I am convlnce.u he said, "that a
<-omferrattve estnxtofe-t the lJftk'
complexion 4a the next house, Is& thai
it will show 227 republicans and 164
democrats. 1 am confident the elec-
tion results will give ai increase an
the number of republicans rather
than of democrats."
<'i'airman Hitchcock. of the republi-
can national committee. said today he
wi!l probably give out hit forecast
of the electoral vote tomorrow.

* 9
By Associated Pre s.
* Worcester. Mass., Oct. 21.--
* When Louis 3Mineli, a granite
* cutter, returned home from
* work tonight he found hi. wife. ,
* aged 19., and their year-old *
* Iaby. Caesar. dead in bed with *
* their throats cut. Medical
* examiners decided thai the wo- *
* .nan had killed ite infant and *
* then suicide with the same 9
* weapon, probably iher husban.' *
* razor. The woman left a let- 9
* ter to her husband, in which 4
* she declared that shie loved him 0
* but was going to end ?er life #
* because .he did not know how *
* to be a housekeeper. 9

He Received Much Applause
From the Large Crowd
Which Had Gathered-A
Long List of Prominent
Men of County Spoke Up-
on Democracy and Its

Despite the cold weather and the
various counter attractions last anl
The rally in Seville square under
:tuupices of the Escambia W
Democratic Executive Comnmittee. wis
well attended and much enthauiaenx
prevailed throughout the meeting,
many remaining to ear the last one
of the long list of of makers.
The meeting was presided over by
Chairman F. 11. Radcliffe, of the
Executive Committe, and the follow-
ing were seated on the stand: HeM.
Dannitte H. Mays, John B. Jo"p,
Scot M. Lottin, W. A. Blount, J$r.,
Joseph Brown. W. C. Monroe, R.
Pope Reese. Judge E. D. Beggs, M.
O'Leary. Jos. I. Johnson, Mayor C.
C. Goodman, Chas. P. Bobe. and W.
A. Firley of Pine Barren.
The Pensacola Concert Band was
In attendance and rendered music
during the intervals between speeches.
Hon. Jno. B. Jones.
John B. Jones was the Arst peker
and was introduced by Chairman R4d-
cliffe as the oldest citiena of Pemua-
cola. Mr. Jones said he delred to
take issued with the chairman, ad
denialed that ie was the oldest etistea
of this place. 'Mr. Jones paid a glow-
lag tribute to Wma. J. Bryan asd
urged the white voters of tis county
to -be true to their color. He said
lhat Va T elt would be elected be.
W* W 1omi tt 'a in l ns *
marMx 04 that the only *ret 4saIr
lay 11 'tu defeat of they'd eoermlc
nominees for the legfalatme. He re-..
ferred to the prosperity of the state
for the past thirty years -under demo.
cratic rrle and pleaded Tor the white
people to say who would govern tb '
affairs of the state. "Whether your
friend lost or won in thp primary."
said he, "you are uound by Its tre
sult." and said If taere is only one
straight ticket fouad in the ballot box
it would be his. "If you aid those ,
who are trying to disrupt the Demo-
cratic party, you will live to regret.
it," said Mr. Jones.
M. O'Leary Next.
Mr. OTLeary said he differed wita
Mr. Jones in his statement that all
Deocrats were alike, as he was better
looking than the gentleman who had
preceded him. He considered the
meeting unnecessary, as he was ce:-
tain the nominees of the DemocratIc
party would be elected next Tuesday.
He said further that the northern Re-
publicans caused the removal of ve.-
sels from the Pensacola navy yard
to give work to their northern con-
stituents, and felt sure that Escambia
county would not send two republi-
cans to the legislature He closed hy
asking the ladies to notice his beautl
and the band played "The Wearing of
(Centlnued on Second Page.)

Only Criminal Classes in

America Are Opium Smokers

By Aussociated *res.
Oklahoma City, Okla.. Oct. 2).-The
polsoning of two servants In the home
ef Rev. Carter Helm Jones. pastor of
the RIaitiit church hele and formlerly
of bouisville. Ky.. has started an in-
,vestigatlon to determine whet htr ...e
poison was meant for the mitlt'ter t hy
persons in .ynachburg. Va.. who oh-
? ejected to his marriage to a, woman
e o. the Methodist church. Dr. ..ones
S a s he does not believe the poison
was meant for him.

Edwa'd and Laura Davis. servants
in the household of Dr. Jones. were
found ddad. Ilesidle them was a bot-
tle of whiskey a,,l a bottle of black-
'heirry brandy. The brandy had been
)rou;.hi i by l)r. .JIones's family from'
Vi(tinia. Aloiti a year ago D)r. Jones .
weui to Lyntchbhurg, Va.. to take one
of the lar-est cha:rches th-r-. HiM*
ma rie'id a promlinent e Methiodist wo- '
man. and this marriage. which was
outside of his congregationn, caused
nimcli bitter continent.

By Assocate. ares-
San Francisco, Oct. 29.-Dr. Hlamil-
ton Wright. of Washington, has sailed
to attend the International Opium
conference a' Shanghai on January
1. which has for its purpose the as-
sistatnce of China in the avowed
desire of that empire to abolish
:opium smoking among the Chinese
Dr. Wright, after explaining -that
this country can use at most but 100.-
oi*00 pounds of opium for medicinal
Ipurpose'-, failed attention to the. fact
Sthat the customs records show im-

ports of half a million pounds of nw-
Jiciaal opium and an additional 1f5o..
000 poutrds of smoking oiLum. Hie
"From 50 to s0 per cent of the opiumi
in this country is put to filicit uses.
Among the Chinese of this couutr)
about 20 per cent are confirmed opium
smokers; 25 per cent occasional
smokers, 25 per cent use opium on
holidays and upon other infrequent
occasions, and 25 per cent are toLal
abstainers. Among white people
opium smoking is confined almost
entirely to the criminal classes."

Emperor Says Englishmen

Hate all Things German

Stectal to if J.ournal. people s min to prefer to list,'n to
London, Oct. 29.-A sensat on wasj those 'who tii.inie'itret and distort his
created here today by' the publication action-,.
in the Daily Telegraph of a letter, .
from an English business man detail-'; Intervtew is Correct.
ing a remarkable interview he had IThelin. ")ct. "2*.--The foreign offic-
with Etiperor William, of Germany. -* sid ;odia that t h, interv'i(,\. iv,,n
wI herein his nmajesly charged the to a disjtin'taiihdl Englishman 1hr .:li-
Y-Enilish press with persistent nagging peror William aid publi.,he-d in till
ef Germany ald declaring that Eug- l.oanfbn Tele grah'. has ba .n mentI to
lishmien in general seem to have a. :is majest,. who is, -. 'illt. In thi-.
iperlstent hatred for all things Ger- conversation the emperor told of
nMan. proofs of his good will to Brit-
The emperor is then stated to have ain. Until a reply from is majes ,
ei; d instances of Germany's historic is received, the foreign office cannot:
friendship for England andi aid affirm that all the details of :ii,. (,j'
that. one of -0e dearest wishes of his versation are correctly given. uti Ih .
life is to live os the best terms with interview is regarded as substantial-
e9st Britain. He -said the English ly accurate. I

Taft-That's a hard thing to get around

U. S. Senator Says Visit of

Fleet Was for Specific Purpose

Sy Aswciated Wr. make no headway againei it. Then i'
Anaconda, Mont., Oct. 29.-A dis- was that &.e emperor decided to ash
patch to the Standard from .K"ilifpell President Rootev-elt to assist him Ir
clearing the situation by A.nding a
savs: That the Atlantic fleet was clearing the situation by ending a
ay: That th Atlanti t was large and imposing fleet to strike ter
sent to Japan at the request of .-e ror to the hearts of those Japanese,
emperorr to overawe Mutsubito's sub- 'subject~ who insisted on war with :s
jcvt;s, was the statement made by 'power of whose immense resourcEs
united States Senator Joseph M. 'they knew nothing. It was to be an
Dixon. in an address here las night. object lesson.
i Mr. Dixon said it wa Known at President Roosevelt was communi-
Washington long before the fleet start- cated with and later the plan was ap-
ed on its spectacular voyage around proved and the great fleet prepared
:he world that thi .entinient of many for Its trip around the world.
of the people of Japan was likely to The object lesson, said the senator.,
bring on war. This -sentlment was pot was successful even before our fleet
shared by the ruler and his counbil- -reached the shores orthe iTlaa4h'-
lori, i ut was so great, they counditiie.

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F aI w tone to
l F. F. 'l eplytO the will make these trips every day this ths week. Next week she will com-
D CIc+ R InN- I n l week. It is expected the crowd will mence school at Pine Foreat, where
Sy t crease each day, there being cheap she has taught the lat three term.
SM y Pm i t Buie ers a t rates on the railroad during the fair. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Snowden en-
' ...... .. -ON- ... " ", W -_-__ tertaced a large mber of relative
r. ;.^^ ^ ^ "^ ,*i *. .u 'n A e ,~C -, ._ .uffi _p t-^5 -..rm.. .s.a and friends at dianer last Sunday, the ._...

Or|m TO- the Convention. IS- .R OPENS Le "s J i earlier inth
S radvertlasp occa, In which to make onal to being the birthday lerourna- week the
P ORTS EING MAOE SY CHAW answer to any arguments that might Benlah. Fla., Oct. 2.-The much- E. G. Bonlfay.
S- An dauia.Ala, k is the city eOm 11 OF cOmmeCE ANA MAYOR ueate tt of B Large Attendance and Fine eded rain came last t but not PINE BARREN. Supt. N.
i t e bearl. ut vistt. C e0AN ARE. PROVING SUC- too e I d supposed that *r A. *--1 help to keep the forest ftrzs in check - -as Mnscoee visit
* I would have to condense my answer DiSplay of Agriculture for awhile aL least. It has been so Mrs. J. D. T
T T. iT vwe aI -ato Cu6SFUL. into the fewest posslhe words In or- dry that It is almost impossible to put special to The Journal. home after a I
- -- t.e der not to ex d a. ProdUCts. fires out when once started. Victor Pine Barren, Fla.. Oct. 29.-C. L. dike, Fla.
S, us aty ea ay m h Now, however, the a making is over, Resmoada lost the most of tCe fence Wigins went to Pensacola on bust- An oyster su
S S Thee is a w hardly any doubt .bt nd -the m presented, pre- around one field by fire one day last ness Tuesday. nolia Ranch S
* ~~ i B willAbe rMe, mted at smly all @t the rgmatsa that a C m*a r week, and might .have lost it all only Mrs. S. F. Stanton went to Floma- benefit of the
V7 -in tem* peratre at Pea. the Sifth sams a the National l.v- coud be preseted, are so few in num- DeFuniak Sprins Oct. 29.-The it was close to the school house and ton Saturday. number of yoi
.a I ~f s m at w bor congress in Wash ber ad arm of ich a flimsy chare- Walton county fair opened hre yes the teacher and scholars put I out. Miss Katie White went to Century coee were
SW h e was S4l ten byA rig delegation of prom- ter. that I am satlad fut ad con. terda and in spite of the rai there Mr. Thomas Shelby and family were Saturday. wayos were l
at 0:- m. L ssttyear y esent Mn. plete answer coM be made in a was a good crowd present. The die- out from the city over Sunday, the Oliver White and J. D. Cain at- to the farm wa
t atSA ~ MN0Me S was dS o tardi Secretdry Waterman and space one column wide and one inch play of farm prdctsIs grand, al gues of W A el al other rel- tended hs o lode at Blt The friend.
S. Ma. r a e the md at l ongso I find I have space to burn. m play d farm t gey .eco T re atives. Springs Saturday. way symnathbl
Ssber Te line o armen adoped by a y of sk Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shelby went to T. S. Sowell, Jr.. has returned home of their Uttle
e r .... a- tthe Average Sees M ao the @ a apeaan prrmb was ret toward ouhe we, r.preead rc_"tr Pensacola Sunday evening to spend a from the Montgomery fair and re- Audrey, whoee
1 'f a-4 tme ber toI thearsam... os to he legislative end of our ticket ex- lntyi wellrepresets n evr few days with their sons and families, ports a good time. expectedly Toe
eae tnmberi t tDecs IemlbusThe eliely, tI t i one of two line ofts farm ducts, as wel as e Tom and Jack Shelby Mrs. J. Grist went to Flomatou of a severe at
S1 B .Iw a tte wtr ia r v i DK their dem b lte things, :. (1) EIter that they hibits from other counties "Amon Wm. Oleson and family were the one day this week. John Daniel,
iT. A- L"r retiree_ after anoi er wo natm .. iven up the contest that Me.spassr s one thnby the last Sn y of Mrs. Oleson's J. A. MCaskele spent the day in and Mrs._ AJ A
a. am" -- weeks' ce fr th city. two will c atne to Kehoe and May. sad tha supreme -broth- -..l. ...the parents; Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Busby. Mobile Sunday. e to his bed
a l ae- until they have court have been waging to save t're .fruit of all kinds. as well Mrs JasMes Snowden haq gone to Arrie Adkisson and Elma Steward an attack of a
D ala-en- a -mss were wot for whi S ich wir i rfect Third ona ds t or () as everything else raised on a farm Quintette to stay a few days with her went to Gonzalez Sunday. Arrie vays A number of
I-at ~~ the e.dor 's eo rt ye rday. -7- t that they thought the Hoa. D. H. C. Pleas.. at i a. .as e dl ~ brother, Heary- Barrinean and chil- GonCalez is noted for pretty girts. were ant
My 00 1. handle the y. the Jaano ...kudu-vine.- a for-
f w l^ tS N. .,e et a pur oses of ti delesa- Mays cou ate the aWtaat.o. .a the hasa vla*, a fr- re. W. A. Finley spent Sunday In Pen- tonh at
Sdm i 5 .d two tos visit to Washington wtne tito The local speakers. all personal ae plant for hy. He has one vine T Charles Barrineau of Quintette, sacola. 'Amaug those _
to t taat the s a of the M friends a mine. ad all personal s nearly sixty feet. He also spent Sunday with his brother, Thor- Mrs. C. L. W ns, Mrs. S. F. Stan J. W. Lang M
r m,-ne tiped.i. M a urge e do- e toe. trends, I believe, o my riantab matee, _s_ a e oYf t h a l mamde rrs the a, Barrineau. at gis aome near the 8- ton, Mrs. W. B. bernigan and Miss Ms- ae, Kte and
S. * ,. d w arth Mlai vessels to the asa. Dr.. Andrew Jackaon Pollock. after v i which heclaim will make m ie post. sour Wigginss pent Monday in Pensa- Jo Tompkias
U nnale, nedavy yard for repairs and ,. unaimously agreed. that we were tens per acre. The balloon ascension James Daein, of Quintette, was the cola Henderson and
ad A rat s a and a an d both I e, progres r fellows cofined at 3:30 in the aftermon was a sue- guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Snowden Rev. T. B. Barrow filled his regular Arnold, Fonda
e l slmu resr Waterman of the Ga~l tLeimselves to an endeavor to convince cess, even despite of the bad weather. Tuesday last. appointment Sunday night. lus.
I way es i y o Coast JIsla Warway *g-otiln the kadleace that we ougit to be de- The wind being from the northwest Mr. and Mrs. C E Snowden have re- Mrs. W. B. Jernigan went to Flo-
also re g e additional me fsted for the following two, and only it carried the balloonist over the tur ed to their home at Quintette af- maton Thursday. PILES CUREI
Se s a da "lnthe day for the two, resoas: lake, but he made his landing ilcely ter a fey days spent pleasantly with Mrs. S. F. Stanton went to Century PAZO OI1TM
e- 4n m of Lewis Tharb. eharsd d = da1. That if elected two democrats on the opposite side. He went so relative in this vicinity Thursday. cure aIy case o
S volafting so nw stotek li would be defeated. high that his balloon disappeared in Miss Mary Spore has gone to visit C. L. Wiggins and W. A. Filey iug or Protrud
S s y lewf t t to rnrat .- CeM ellm 2v> That if elected Escambla county the clouds for several minutes. He friends at Quintette and Fisherville went to Pensacola Thursday. days or money
hi. I dla I he re6rd- to all Is to beware of c and colds would In effect be without representa-
rW t ema the ebest-as neglected they readi- tion.
S. ly lead to pneumonia, consumption or The showing made by the distin- D ocrats Gathered in the that, is a placefor building a great |
Ssad. Heary Ovens ether pmmmary troubles. Just as gushed speakers convinesd every u a city."
V $1ad i-4etms emolb in the soan as the cough appears treat it man in the audience that the speakers e and Cheered He thankedthe voters of this coun-
SI~Nest ytu --eday r ob with-. allard'sleirahouad Syrup the were eminently correct as to No. 1. ty and city for helping to place him
-: i thle atisallk. Amnr eas standard cure of America. Use as di- I went to the meeting with a heart cetinu PFae) In a position where he can be of serve
l Owens ftr carrying a ppir t r.eted- art.l y harmless. A cure full of %tubbortress, bat so convincing Bingham. ice to the people of this district with-
SWl ekes d es eealed was Ceo- aed preive.the for all diseases of the were the arguments presented as to Meridian papers lease copy. out partiality or jealousy, and prom
i gss- 25e, ict and $1.00 per bottle. Contention No. 1, that I too, had to ac- the Green" as he took his seat. ised to work faithfully for the im- /
n * So and rne aieeded by W. A. knowledge the corn and swallow the William Monroe. provement of the Pensacola navy sacola, Fla.
**pat no yesterday Are burned Ymarte. Mnggst hnd apotteary, cob. yard. "It is needless to tell you what "Dea Sir: I acknowledge receipt ut g
boble in adry kiln at t e plant I South t fo re t, Pnsacol As to Assertion No. 2,I say so, NO r. Monoe -teo for his text the you should do, as yotr have always of your invitation to pk at the
tu could fill my column of space with title of Pam st sued by ao d one what was right." declared MrDemocratic rally, Thursday evenlng, p y Br
ial oL andt & iteames oBn ts orRepublican ho said, was t-m Maya. He told of a conversation with Oct. 2th. .
S LThe Aim -.epsrum eutu was Great s trees a was laid on the state-s I t waw eucapointment- He a Republican nominee for congress- regret exeedingly that a bus
Dl: out, but the fre Was exnti- WmS aii IL mAW S ument that the late Cgptain Ware a referred to the when the white man from the Third district In which ea ment g pres- "in
d wh Be Ribbon, the vanilla ll republican here is the main fact in tM e who voted i the place were pat the latter said he thought he would I Ie t Ab
guJj sd before they arrive| codt.,was not able to pass a bll. o w w d he ed o a t to M. twWhue tId ugtbed.

W ty oftn Ribbon Leya Is L ca.e of Cate i Ware Thi e good peo vote e ahe strawht ticket in the election rtre!sentation 0 ir y iephnMTe
APthe hhest quaty and rig f p of Fra whe white men ys on next Tuesday. Speaking to son, I Tueday b with you in spri t tutin his democr arse which
e as he ldm y rda t speakers, a former representative of had Itoote their the pope flared this cty and county sincere tru tt w. the r been present
the question at aeeptiug || L L iL U r Escambia county, told we Captalp bpi bO lCthe10 talked Of Mr. Mays said: "If you had looked as next Tuesdy's electIon is known I1,r'ii
014 .a n and in the poorer of heal uth there Is intended to eder good service to hope that there wictld be a glorious atl o t Dr.J.mB.l
S C Week. It aadden wasrnin thernc e wafor Escambia)ereust the city ti ebtld the fact that than I. This isa democratic year, nt o e will have been elected by t a

k .eo4 cat c f weh' thatHe was physically unable to cope wi.-h mans party- O. Tuesday. He said the democratic asked the p ltual Life eaou
w h l o te vanS. ia w sPd. buu t o sam the. an was he ffective In from the state's t l BP we eualmy t he continued, ah claes wnic he o iieks to co

000 ..o Pbe foreed no ictarWito bae-d ehis on and nether regions of Florida. *t. ts' I* y be declared, was the fundamental dit- on his wife. ac
*o t wehes u ome ad of material, or I make no reference to our Westlor Mr. Bloun coaed his re k erence between the two parties He o the autopsy

ar hnes c eope who say we have too many g w he to the er "me too tera to st"and y the nom- That Poarty Actuaoy Kle-ed i

l a t the Ile gisl w ?i al- B e o bea There hatbtheta]'.as 'Oe Olwthe s tae eamentMaske dte .pGoodman de D. ofser a
".w. pp'C IoI EQUAL I Ur ro bew Lwaws are always two eetent s ieat the oo l n t pre se Poers.p "upon the se what h e wo ddo on eemu st Niht. ve town be
So I wr l r ibbon. thevalls n rNe a o oe But here is th- proessiv e element whims of the diverent legislatures 1ad day. He said he would vote a straight oably be wante
tLeL treaterULaU Mar2 Sand,^ case of Captain Ware. The good that vote the straamht ticket in the eectmen representation. d asked the demo case, constitt
ofe ality. Bkt e Ribbon m Is .. would of In hands with the kpo rewrring to the levying of a tax r drattc votrn to do likewise. That the uniting party, composed day' session.

S vr w n Pensacola element. Escamblas Interests the maintenance of this Institution be Re of Jae Smith, of Chicago W. B. Craw- As sopn as t
mWhen he finally secured his election cy," declared Mr. Monroe. He con- Judebeen present ig
S.t at Sa tao oW; repair. will be to the legislature be was n old man tended. th at v fthe local Republicans Judge E. D. Beggs expressed the Frank L Jamere found t

n boroughs and Monroes. and the primary you entered into. a olema r hasEnUueir nfefc Maye., who spent a day and. night subpoena was
Sl K A MA cities of Pensacola Jaksovlland in obligatheton poorwt teof health hereDemocratc intended to e r good service to hope that there would be a glorious the bay at the Concodia testimony will
&w 10c-ceived witth gratyitcation byoe m eany, Is aMden warning there for Escambla). the city they el suld join the white victory for the Democrats on next sta a
Di ed f. The Mobile Item of recent newHe was physical unable to cope with man's partyblush coming to your face Tuesday. He said the democratic hen arty of ve gathered at the maata
sid* walk lawthe and that property w elected,- the finished tatesmen from the lowerate a endeavor- e of Mr. Mae and enjoyed a hoe before hi
"I"r AI1er will be vfor in to Mo bile are ing as a nd nether regions of Flqda. W. 4. od Jrie tee barrdse supposed, bedg Dr. Leoy w

SWithin the past year the tima of Mr'. aad Mrs. L G. Armard, of Pen. aata Rosa County, woeld be o bsoi SCOtt M, LOfti m^^s aae. mo nteiv s those klled on the hont b at leat by t we asu
AC s ol m walees of some kind of material, or make no reference to our West lor- r.Blount ofedhis re rkferce between the two parties. Hethe wr Mr th nd e died toy m
IUI U, n n H repair the -old oes so they can be ida representatives, because m o far as chiefly to an an apeal for the voters tar asked the voters to stand by the nom- That Party Actually Kiled ad read in co
Spaned over without danger I can judge they have cut no figure work for h im the primary next Tesday, and declared t he hope yes o the hunting art n ost mortem
S ,Wednesday nit the council pass- at Tafhassee In many years. constitutional V"dis He stid As ead of a democratic crty gay- the ae ie Dedrly cOf A.
r aeers wer recent dewalk law. whic al- But we would be effective. There that the maintenance or the ate rnment Maor C. C. Goodma Dr. o de-
low property owners to build walks are always two elements in the state school at present depended upon the cleared what he would do on next Tues-
ai, U i U r. yaof boards or repair Cae old wooden n Legislatue--a progressive element whims of the different legislaturesand Iay. -He said he would vote a straight i g o t ably be wante
Sand a nonprogressive element. We especially asked that the amendment democratic ticket and asked the demo- cs,
l t he e tbe ore Christ- would Join hands with the prol es- referring to the levying of a ta coterstodot theof hunting partyaca e, composed days se
uses o to hav every walkI hn Pensacolasve element. s cambla'oseInterests the Ymantenance of this i lustitutien bei
".rol,.of Jake Smith. of Chicago, W. B. Craw- As sor. a tl
Teasp tLre SteIamersi Wh h in a g"stateofr repair.are much thl same as Duval's. Hills- adopted. When you vbted in the R. Pope Reese. fo ra s Henry cndn t BON de Ca NT fran
o ath l A A borough'sand Monroe's. and he primary you entered Into. a olemp "Bryan has no superior on te face dMayeo. who sentba daytand.nght subpoena ewas
gtt ar oof the earth in honor and integrity." acrs the bay at the Concodi tesmoy wil

sbtieraol, Jako nhe doidnot elieva oasgeaw those killed on the hut by at least by the su

"mah "r moe t t ihe H .aaot-a i i. -- CAPED CONVICT UNDER vict Lease System and whether in t a a vs e eth or by Mr. ate, explaining Mr. fiton of the decree Ofdivorce o-
to foARREST AT FRANKFORT, KY. his judgment a citizen r only he purpose of b: i the sold iss absence from the meeting: ta y his wife, wo Miss An-
relawyer.sud t ie o south and the speaker urged discour- "Punta Gorda, Fla., Oct. 25.-Frank Gould of New York on account of
ar sl from HerIsla.By As ated Proes. Recorder, fill the f ity agement of the effort now being made B. Radcliffe, Chairman. Pensacola.-I her subsequent marriage to Prince evicted o
Adstl MeMase s taking on caro Naasrille. Tena.. Oct. 29.-Robert They had a curiosity to see Mr. to get In an entering wedge. "It is have an appointment at St. Augustine Helie de Sagan. came up in the tri- vic
at __g _eogee wlbert -89-__ MP- HRUtoR escaped life convict in the Wiggins for themselves, for news incumbent upon every Democrat to Wednesday night; Impossible to ar- bunal of the Seine. At the request of $
rives t Bu Ayr, th oy gi H at Fm ankert, Ky., for tIe mur- pape. picturess e notoriousl .nes.- vote for the nominees if he has any rive in Pensacola on Thursday; wire the defense the hearing was adjourned .
trom Plassa ola she wilRbe placed on W a Hodnet, at Bowling per pures notoriously respect for his honor," said Mr. Lof- If Friday night is satisfactory. ntil November 4. The count makes *y Ai
Sm between ueao Aye. Ham- Green, Ky., i ader arrest here. Hil- r Wiins stad th tin He said that Bingham did not "A. W. GILCHRIST.' this petition with the idea of giving Bato Rouge.
Slir Qad Aatwere CapWntal MeaA tn wae a n ot the United states ground .nd "wa ta d onthe know w hat be was asking for, be- From D. U. Fletcher. 1is another custody of his children. Kondert, former
sell. who I_ rated s a i Mieasaire. Detective association former special Further they.the good people of cause there was a "curiosity" in a The following telegram was receiv- There is reason to believe thatego- Natioal Bank
will n emaoi In command of the agnt of the Louisville & Nashville at Pensacola, wanted to hear from Mr former session of the legislature ed from V. Fletcher: tiations are tender way to settle the ed with the e
seaner. He is well known is this New Orleans. La.. and Mobile, Ala., Stoke-ss own ips and before a '. whose bills were instantly defeated. "Jacksonville, Fla.. Oct. 25.-Hon. case out of court. $50,000 of Cte. b
rIty.Therm- of ..e.a. .Co.was a"spealM..t of the Missour Pa wet and d crowd whether he was He hoped that the verdictt of the Frank Raddclifffe. chairinan. Pensacola. steed to se
Orga ed about eht year ago and clic and Iro Mountain railroads. He., really Wet or really Dry. But Law- jury" would be in favor of the demo- -Regret that previous iwaking en- FUNERAL OF MRS. ORIANO. local trhsh Uni
has taken a prominent place in mari- Is also a author and magazine writer e Stokes did notap eratic ticket. g ments nake it impossible for me The funeral of Mrs. S. Coano o- n te Uaitel
time circles. of some te e not appear and some curred yesterday afternoon at 3:30 and family n
n_ _r_. o soime ynine. people will go to their graves believ- Hon. Dannitte H. Mays. to attend. Thanks .. o'clock from the family home on West taklg this an
* ,l_ . - - g ing he was wet while others will be "They tell me that this is D-mo- "D. U. FLETCHER. Inendencia street and wa largely at into co erat
--- equally as positive that he was dry. cratic meeting," said Mr. Mays. j. Walter Kehoe tended. The funeral services were c peaida sentence
15rI "-^^j y A frost! "That being true. I am in the right The following letter was received ducted at St. Michael's church ad the puIisament
do* The People were foiled, but for the church and the right pew. I feel tha frow J. Walter Kehoe: tertent was made in St. Mias He further exp
2 i is time only. I am among friends of yesterday ad "Pesacol, Oct. 28. 1908. cemetery. The floral offerings we re department
l oCdih a .w a .X -FP. F. BINGHAM, for Pollock and friends of today, and am emlded "Hon. Frank Radtide, Chairman. Pen- mamy and beautiful ,- atier- in Kead4




S -,

fo The, oUaiML
Ms.. Oct. 29.-Mrs. B I
Roberts and Mrs. Rabt.. ,
ingbter. Miss Ethel, of '
visitors in MNucogee.
guests of Mr. and Mra
Cook of Pensacola&
F and Wednesauy i&
ing School No. 1. i
'rammell has returned
pleasant visit at Klow
pper was given at Maj.-
aturday niaht for the.
school tCere. Quite aI
ung people iroum MUa
present. Three larger
ecured and a hay ride
is enjoyed.
of Mr. and Mrs. Duna*
e with them in the loWs
five-year-old daughter..
death came very on*
eday night as a result .
ack of croup.
the little saon of Mr.
Bell. has been confin-
for the past week with
people from Mmcogee
it the Baptisat oaen-S3-
Roberts last Sunday.
rho attended were Mrs.
kisses Sophia Lan. Ana
SSophia* Barrow, Mr.
Sand family. Mr. R. J.
family, Mesars. Albert
Seals and Lewis Net'
D IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
ENT is guaranteed to
if Itcing, Bluand. Bleed-#
ing Piles in 6 to 14,
Refunded. 5c.


it Insurance COamn ]
ngs Out Sensa.
1 Feature.

Wife Dead, With
r-'of $1,060; an4 -
Revealed Arsenic j
light Have Bena
prom Embaluing).

an., Oct. 39.-Traces atC
it is said might have
i the embalming fUild.,
he stomach of the wife
sher, plaintiff In a sen-.
gatiat the Pacific Mu-
ince company by which
llect $15.000 insurance
cording to a report on
de by Dr. Louis Leroy
art yesterday,.
'Dr. Leroy and the aip-
s. F. B. James, whom,'
mnitted ae induced to
cause she would prob-v.;
d as a witness in the.
d the feature of Mon-
he appearance of Mrs.
city was announced, a
issued for her. Her
doubles prove the
trial, ga Dr. Fisher on.'
tted that be haa been
r a few doors from his
Swtife died. .
is called Into the case
ce company. He hadI
ra. fisher ex umedt
by tae company that

wedld have ca : e

Bank Man Can-c -
f Emberi,-ng
La., Oct. 29.--Oscar
rly cashier of the First
of Baton Rouge, eharg- .
mbesslement of about -
aluk's funds, was today- r
erve five year in the .
son by Judge Sandem
States court. Koadert >
ide restitution. auI '
Soter cirme' *
o=, Judge Sadess I s
e said he was akin 41
as light aspoailble.
res ad the hope tha '
of justioe would take
ert's casm.



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To Enable Us to Make Ar.
rangements and Re-Price All
Lines for This Great Sale.


In placing this stock on the market, please bear in mind it is no old carried over stock, but all new up to date goods bought dir
'from mill agents, importers and manufacturers, contracts on many lines having been placed many months ago and purchasing bei
made as usual for Fall trade. This stock is all in and amounts to about $50,000, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Furnishi
Goods, Table Linens, Sheets and Pillow Cases, Laces and Embroideries, White Goods, Ladies' Muslin and Knit Underwear, W. B. a
Thompson's Glove fitting corsets, Kid and Fabric Gloves, our own importations from the well known house of Mills & Gibb, Lords Ta
lor's Hosiery. In shoes, well known lines so successfully handled by us in the past will be included in this sale, Heywood Shoes for men, A
len's for Misses, Krippendorf & Ditman for ladies. Celebrated Ultx & Dunn lines of Rochester, N. Y. Gold and silver shirts, collars and cut

The Goods are Here--They Must Be Sold-- You Know the Place-- You Kno
the Store--Everything Marked in Plain Figures.


Beautiful line of ladies' "Iandkerchiefs, always
desirable for Christmas presents, to be sold for 3-4
value-buy now and avoid holiday rush-lAdies Belts, .
lamdbags, Fancy Combs, Beauty Pins at almost 1-2 price.
n~n'sClothingwill be shown in the large room
with plenty of light on the 2d floor. See window display.
All $10 Suits reduced to . . $6.98
^Al4 50and4$13.5O.Suits reduced to. $8.98
All $15.00 and $16.50 Suits reduced to. $9.98
Men's $15.00 Overcoats . . $9.50
. Boy's Pants, 50c quality . . . 60c
Boys Pants, 75c quality . . . 40c
sBos Suits $1.50 and up.
Boys clothing shown in shoe department.

25 Dox. Sheets, 72x90 in., invis-
ible seam ...................39c
100 Bed Spreads, this sale go at .. 79c
10-4 Pepperel Sheeting, this sale,
per yard .....................21c

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Entire line of Dress goods to be sold at
great reductions, at and below cost. Same ap-
plies to silks!! All marked in plain figures!!!

Underwear--Under Selling.

Ladies' and misses' underwear just re-
ceived 50 doz. beautiful cotton fleece vest and
pants for fall wear, regular 50c value now 39c.
All misses 25c underwear now . .19c.
Misses 75c union suits, grey and white 45c.

1 case Percales Navys, Reds and Blacks, 8c
value, thissale . . . Sc
All Staple Prints, this sale . . 5c
Yard wide Bleached Domestic, this sale Sc
Yard wide Brown Bleached Do estic, this sale 5C
J I r !One case Staple Check Ginghams, this sale sc
cAmoskeg Staple Check Gins, sale 64%
all styles ..............c
All lc Handkerchiefs.. 5c Not guarntced Gloves
I I i All 15c Handkerchiefs... lOc for .................69c
All 25c Handkerchiefs, all 16 button Glace, regular
Linen .............. 18c $3.00 value .......:..$2.25
15c fancy 1z-Hose ...... lOc All W. B. & Thompson's
25c 2-Hose ........... 19c Corsets sacrificed.
10c -Hose ............ 7c $1.00 quality, this sale
15c Linen Collars ....... lc only ...............$ .85
10c Linen Collars ....... 7c $1.50 quality, this sale
50c Shirts, Laundered .. .39c only ............... 1.15
$1.00 Gold & Silver Shirts 69c $2.00 quality, this sale
150 dozen Fleece Under- only ............... 1.50
wear, 50c value, this $3.00 quality, this sale
sale ................. 33c only ............... 2.25
Same, for boys ......... 18c All 0c Hosiery ...... ... .07
Kid Gloves for ladies, all All 15c Hosiery ....... .10
guaranteed $1 Gloves. All 25c Hosiery ....... .19
for .................85c All 50c Hosiery ....... .35

All 10 and 15 cent Ginghams


10 cent plain and fancy Outings, beautiful designs
10 cent Embroideries . . . .

Shoes-Great Bargain for Y
Every man, woman and child sl
buy at least two pairs of these shoes.
an opportunity not often offered-The
amounts to over $10,000 of which
$6,000 is new fall stock.


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~~~the event be succeesiftMr. Rooa.ek I n
g;^^Jm|^^^|^^ _j^^'4t^Sf^'. '^L^^^^^^t~~The P~ost hasxed It a's.ai1ows.' 1^^^ ^ ^ ^S""^ Q fi X T SS*^
Secere ry of tateJdeGog AB
Gray.ofs P S W rANDSeBre WS thetate oI chthe
fr" ~~~N A of^ '"^ y^ wf *'r ,Treasury, Governor John A. Jakasno. t T9 ^ DWr S | U U ^ ^ J f^- ^ oc-
iAof Minnesota: Secretary of War, John Pf 7gg
^ ]),AMY wjri^r 4L.Y Dail of Vigna ^ aTSe eNi^ ^ .*0 iiiii.1.. .1, 1 JJ Uft
aSy a and;r WOTheodoreBe Lo f Ca ifornia,; post. Danger in Walton. required two years for him to get the (18 OL OWICH SVC1 the USCCO
master Ge-eral. G Nathan Straus. of A note of alarm is sounded from ckeeakwhich is dated June 8. 2896 O CSOmc l n ns sat
New York: Attorney General. Gower Walton county. It is stated that, ow. and is warrant .o. 4.1IS. He was Child. ghi;niniS S tOWOmIn att
nor Joseph AV. Folk. of Missouri. ing to the activity of that party's ooered $100 for it the day be received Only s FliM Carry Women
This looks good, but there Is a workers, the Socialist vote there will the same, but be says $6.000 would chad-birth, but it prepars
lip 'V1 ibe quintupled bthis year. As Walton be a most tempting offer.-Gaines-
FRA" MA g -.* *ATOM sod 4006" Meaegr wealth of excellent material upon is the lo-wewatr Vsark democratic TBe Sun. the System fOr the COUsta*
which 'Mr. Bryan may draw to make county of the state, its majority four CVCnt, elieVCs dBIKthBg
14 e official family and his on years ago having b~e donly 34. It ev r rh n oess," Aantother rich d hs
^ / I'I w "" i--- -trouble will be an embarrassment of dgntlbeoovsth eocas inwo m t he wstr pr ofrte co un^ a~a&
riches. There'sno telli g when e t h of ty by finding of variegated gatbe,.
Or T41 .W ........^ -e O **. .. *~ ** ** 19 A contemporary calls for fewer and brick of democratic solidity and the pol- C. D. Schafer while on a visit to that
lXs *=as 1110 ..104&:S 5*O. -* ** .* better laws. The paper might add: Icy of Florida denocrat" this year la section recently. The find -as madc1
T toag Mgf.e ** ** 2 9 W IeJ -in 9W YOU - 1CO "laws that the people comprehend."--sleeping at their posts furnishes an ex- on the far-famed Suwannee river, and
Apalachicola Times. cellent opportunity tor the said burin Mr. Schafer Is of the opinion that
be * ftir Stamasse flk--i 81fttaem *e a And it might also add "laws that ing.-Tampa Tribuae. the stone can be found there in large
des.a..... gs at~aggedth cort an jris wllenfrc."Rocky for Near Beer. val~l specimensponte toppOf the
There is where the chief trouble lies A committee of Lakeland citizens sgrond. The samples'discovered will
2 leep-_ iretal ul~idag FarBT et IAmong the recent changes in Flor- appeared before the council and asked compare favorably with those that
ids Jouralis is the reappearance of Athat. a high license be imposed On are found In Colorado, and will prove I
I tenftenia and Del-Usa a. Ida journalism is the reappearance of venders of -near beer," Schlits fis. a rich And for the owners of the land
Editor W. E. Griffis, formerly of the and similar beverages. The ordinance as well as the man who made the
Iort Myers Breeze, in the Fourth E<- committee was instructed to frame discovery. The gems are used very
P n: E to l om 38. & Bc f e. 1500. tate. this time as ed$tor of the W te ces10 or$ 1.500 wl un- jewelry and are always valuable as
Springs Herald. Mr. Grifas has shown doubtedly be placed on this class of the article commands a fancy price Says He Was Not Acquaint- Back Han
hamar himself heretofore to be a good news business. The expression of citizens -Galaesville Sun.
PfN W O' A PLORIDA, FPIDAY MORNING. OC, OBER 30. 1908. paper man and he ought to make a left no doubt but that "e e ed With the National Jersey A
sellers will have a rocky road to trav*E 7 -
titles of the ollices to be illed and success of the Herald. el in Lakeland.-Tampa Tribune. PENSACOLA AND Banking Laws. Method
Sar nmi ^the candidates therefore Mr. Bryan has in remarkable de- The Miami Metropolis asserts that PENSACOLIANS
2ertwim .Law Questions. In reference to this same question green the rare faculty of condensation. the people of Dade county favor and HI AoaSt3res.
^ J~e~tl~n A-aW ^^Uesnons. an referecoeetoust asshis qrestiwns leaving New approve of Governor Broward's draln- .r A>cte*Pe BA
The folloing communication co0- Section 38.9 of the criminall cod* r 1ti tran w s he e age of the Everglades, and any state New York, Oct. 29-Charles W. Newark. X.
The reads as follows: York City Wednesday andentto the contrary is unwarranted As to Pensacola Dogs. Morse who. with Alfred H. Curtis, who gave his n
talW" some very pertinent questions 38 MAKIN FALSEDECl^AA-crowd massedlabout it was yelling for by thefacts. 6 people knw better t Pensacola o president of the National appealed to t
a shoue d M be studled and answered TION TO SBDURE ABSSITANCE IN one more speech he appeared 1y itvery election clerk or inspector PRXPARING BALLOT.-Any person platform of the coaea and said "We OPPrtoswa i atdad Whatlich hasthe iifortuetcoai
is the state heo p ov ision s de.lawprodngforroe le t J so l e l las many.sdogs asPeneacolhasit
W --- P-eoasse Jornnal.ssia the pp orepartion of isus and a frightened republican party demands taat the city council pass an in las took the stand in his own n he
pfimw answer through The Journal ballot in any election shall be imprisl back of us. With courage and con- Pensacola Scores Again. ordilncebrequiring the dogs to de today Mors related how he me rsofit
Ur .h SalormoltneaOf inspectors-gen- oned'.n the penitentiary not less than Odence we will win the fight." When war dM o in the anizatin ef a ecii c of being killed by the city. Penacolas
m y., the following questions, to-wit: one or more than fve years. all is said it is the unity of the dem- league, composed of ladies and gen. does seem to have an unnecessary onered oh teresme the a h ehsh
l eat. is it the duty ol the Super. This seems to answer all of Mr. oeracy for the first time in years and tlemen. the general purpose being the number.of the "friends of man," and isolation in 1902. decl mput
gt Ti ~r eggetratn to farh the Whitworth's questions and it they are t'ae evident scare of the republicans, betterment of the city as a place of racer hamtd ofauger amon Morse said tne was not a salaried vge for bet
M d' ptedeft *Ust of not answeredd correctly, The Journal also for the frst time In years! at residence. What an opportunity for ca ae ped-would oules l oflcer of the an and knew noth- polce are i
s; o q Ollvetora 5t92 S 2 aid pre- would be glad to stand corrected. The furnish ,the best reason for oun hope such work herel-Tampa Tribune- low the surviving canine vagrants a "of thenlega exactons erig We a
i' lest? -New It bo9WstNppen&stftt a Potll"upon which information is of success next Tuesday. Mr. Bryan He is Not a Candidate. chance to glean a betterliving from o o te fmng ofan does em
is Is able to pmeduce his poll tax sought are Ull important and every put the case effectively in a brief sen- The name of e willoppeart grba aid le nrilutah dn quaintace iwith Curtis and said: "I pers at all lat
41e1"00s far the two yeisr voter stuld be fapiar with thetence. bu h spot a candidate-Hes ta d reami the streets and none could had confidence in him then, and used
Vtg eloon .year. yet through govng em.Mr. Roosevelt has bad some pretty publicly and In writing that if the au- et ewih OLrealmuzzle on.-Jackson- infle tm madte S
I1ag for otberwive) his ame does fair horn-blowers in this country to preme court decided against him vie Times-Union. t h kne oh of th bank's pag<
e4 .appear on the precist register a n is Brooklan.address the oMie! trumpet his virtues through the press that he would acquiesce in Se de- Once*= I Their New Field. method of bookkeeping and admitted
tkalm boek. vNow whature the duties i Met as and many extravagant things have Chairman Lairdmof thewboard of dui t Ior Frank L. Mayes and Adver he s teaksoan sheets only a r0 t
at the inspectors in such a cow? hi n to call im exa ession been said in his praise. But down In ty commissioners not-to have his sing Manager B S. Bernard, of The d
0"ovl. Should a voter make Ids he laeV o call an extra sessos Yenezuela Editor Rivas. of El Con name on the ticket, but this Jetter Pte isaeola Journan hat e purchased MEDAIS FOR CANAL EMPLOYEi.
X k after the same ste a be- of congress to consider thean stconal, says of President Castro t eor was not received until a part of th e Me.din is at eipe --
^ X u-f afer he ametaaoado the- demnoratic platform. And this tluonI 9> o eetCaro ^kets had already been printed.- Miss.. the only morning daily paper yAor ?-_____
tore M and is the ticket thrown out that "he is the greatest soldier the DeFuniak Breeze In theoeast Mississippi metropolis.- Washington. Oct. 29-A ton of cop-
on that account? It is apparent that makes it the more important to elect world has ever seen, that all the na. True Democrat. per pipe. collected from old French
l ht a democratic congress at the same lated for Promotion. We wish Messrs. Mayes and Bpr excavators and locomotir-s, some
the voter's latentligs are honest and time ve elect a democratic president. dons fear him, that he is especially From the fact that Capt. Flouraoy nard much success in their new field, bronze bearings taken from Iars. lo-
why not should they be regarded so? endowed by .God with gifts wblhtn could not go with his command to and their splendid work on The Jour comotives and excavators, and two N
Third. ShonM a voter mark his make him superior to all other men the recent encampment, and through nal proves their ability to make sne-, hundred pounds of tin found in one For Presidenti
ticket wrong in aany one place-say TV and that he has exalted Venezuela to a misiudefstehding with Adjutant cess.-Polk County Record. of the old French warehouses on Tne H P
by vottag fr two sets of residential s te f C SW 1Os1 the highest place among nations." Ger alPoter w bat Ws.h Him Wellporenture. {th us of a t Phw l E
eacto4 I& the whole ticket to be self rwtereIt not les than state The value of this eulogy may be matter was Investigated, he was re- Hon. Frank L. Mayes. the brilliant delphic mint to be used in casting Ge. C.
cancelled? pride sbouid dnduce every democrat slightly impaired by the fact that Cas- stored without the formality of a and successful editor of The Pensa- bronze medals which are to be pr Samuel
Fourth. Kindly Inform as just who in Florida to vote for the proposed tro owns the paper in which it is trial, and now ittIs understood that cola Joural, has purchased the Me. ted by es t Conr m
Up. Jspetors are allowed to as amendment to the constitution wh pi te d editor whowrote it f enut Co e t hM ee theHucaoho ave oM i toiyes more D. Hho
i gn ktAg their ballots, and oblige, provide for amall ixed measure of Is his hired man. ment. There isn't an officer in the of friends throughout Florida wish on the sthmus. It s excted the STAT
D. W. WHIT RTH tate aid to our Ititutio of higher eFla Breeze dro o state troops who has made greater him well in his new venture.-Palat- b ready or dtribution G A
Bag~a Fla -ni o~ia, tov mist ave Th DeFunlak Breeze drops Poll sacrifice of time .nd money for the ka Times-Herald. a1l 9vf "L
I1 aa leaving, -suh as they must have itties and makes this timely reference good of the served than has Capt. MADE GOOD HIS THREAT
The Journal takes pleasure In they are to do the work for which to an evil which is steadily and rapid. Flournoy and there is-ao better one Kind Words Warmly Appreciated. Attorney Gene
;aswerijg the above uemtions, so far they were estab~lshed. The voter ly draining the resources of the coon- to AB the position of second lieuten- Speaking of Florida editors, where, By Asociated !r-. leb-
-s it is able to do so. and wil answer who rejects every appeal to him to to y a nd n e oe so a l a m nt in command, or first either. for that Is the superior of Fak L. Mayes. oi rew Oreas. la, O 2 News State r
try and nowhere^^ more o thanin matertha woul 4-.-D uikTh Pesacola Jouna? Hs dit-
tbeim In the order In which they-arIe sport the amendment based on the Florida: Breeze. a.. rial columns are simply luminous. He vic ama t rnhilI. htSprn
moked. 4letlrablUty of suftiient educational On o! th problems the next legs. . --- sheds light on every subject be JaeMua. rin a oten ^ ," 1
.lrMt. It Is the duty of the sper- facilities for the boys aad girls o ne oture Is going to have to wrestle with The Convict Camp Reformed Them- touches. His loyalty and enthusiasm yr terra s four a
leer of registration to taralsh at Florida might well reverse his dects is that of forest preservation. It has We received two letters the Wt for Bryan are based upon a broad mak eso ore ac s r3e ailroad Com
each precinct alst of .-a lqualied Ion by taking a perfectly selfish busi. loh who I tempted tooInto bad com eand ofthelsgreoatI e t u ro NseOrlsor a
eleeters in such precinct .In case Of tess view of the proposition remedy oake the mpoer worse A or o take an, occasional drink whIch democracy appeals to the ing o murder Mrs. Is R. Harris in Justlcesom Ahe
orw thp elector may exhibit his poll As the case stands now the schools ready we And the streams and springs might read. One was from Alex- An- country. We see that our Pensacola at r ho me in the Thos M
I tax receipt. Or his "restoration certflf- a. question are dependent upon legis in rhis section going dry or material- person and the other from Chaa friend has bought out the principal d abwhect nicod tt t would
vale"&o."traJiged by the super, Wive appropriateons whlch leaves ly failing with onlyafewweeks lack enfuss whowerehnttot tkhas ttpteon ith inoMeridianhMiste.RrpeS
vier of registration (Section 192, the amount entirely within the dis o bescut o this condition is going spring term of court. Both of these leaving Florida. The DeSoto County -- C. L. Wi
Election lawi. Mad he must then be cretion of the legislature. That to grow worse. Not only that, but were young men and both trace their News is a long ways from Pensacola J. P. St
allowed to vote. amount may vary from season to the timber which must Ivpply future downfall and present unfortunate but we should feel lost without Mayes. o % e sheri-J. C.
9uwm Wedo at mowof nv -in wit th. ir~ni cni.t.Hna~ nerations ia beeing wasted. It is condition to -bad company and whisky* The paper may not always be right UNABLE TO ESCAPE. TWO Clerk of Court
9eeea. we do not know of any s-^on with the personal convictions iem to sto it They realize- it. when it is too late. on men and measures, still it is a WORKMEN WERE ROASTED County Judge-
cape wteere this question has bees of the members of that body. and "m pi-*i*,. that the better way is the only way, positive force for civic righteousness. -- Tax Assese-F
toted and Judicially answered. The while undoubtedly the appropriations The mem~ber of the next legsltue and th' letters .state that thy sad an ornamtent to Florida journal- Aesso^ ciated Hmm.d Tax Collctor**-
taw say the mark <) must be be. ar honestly made after investigation wrho wPM tody ths pobem,^ mae h ahenrts^ si ?relc?onthed qdm l ^ee hopc eo a uLcn 4 inew omes^ unablemomew : Solaeo

ange (Section 230). There is a mates that they may exceed the suntude ofth pepl of Flrd and ght lives.--DeFuniak Breeze. to let him be defeated. Such could^ O aRd D 4larho ney Jut i of the S
|WstioB whether a contrary way of Bxed by the propose j amendment. ea.afaet .twl pa hia in th The Greater Centest Decided act happen if The Pensacola Journal 4 burned to death tonight, and Dnt^ n
Marilag the ballot would be legal, even Under that amendment the schools ea Sain the country has~er Sa^ cSySbeen post- circulated ins the doubtful states. Edi + William Settgast so seriously CM
theathl the voter's intentions may be will know just what to rely upon, frontt rank of legislators h r rT^" Posed by unanimous consent until at- tor Maess editorials in bhal of burne about the face an 9 -----

who woald sell AW vote, might mark the state increases in taxable wealth acio in thi matter. Now that the greater coatest is de- Stase, if read and "inwardly digest . by the firm of Stilbnan and -,
his hallet as oar correspondent sug and population from year to year the elded the country has begun to take ed." Lot live The Pensacola Jour & Engel. manufacturdra of cell- At the request
seat> fer the purpose of proving that Bxed per cent. of constitutional aid The reform spirit has at last hit renewed interest in watching the race nal and Frank L. Mayes!-Iegoto loid novelties, and were at eity nd conty.
th* *a4 "delired~ the goods." The sever varies and will bring a larger the funeral as at present conducted in for the Whte House. Fortunate that County News. __ wor went a bar~rel of cellu- 2 a^s
M aw it is1 provde. for a uniform amount for tbe use of the schools this country and seeks to cut out both b^eb JieeadS~'S^ beB -aeN-Kon a Hustler. 4 loid caught are. to asW in
ystem ot secret voting under which In the long ran or even from the the flowers of the mourners and the *c .l-- -rn L. Maye is a^ hutlr He # # ^^ # ****** ** *
set T efc e* *WTN-ee ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~lelog 01aeucto ol tr twl ^J tie et the law we think woald be a ^ya, "" sa.f a been -eara het, -we desire a popular anagrity aa ed aew departare and said to te the d~or..crl of that Wistrict that Be has now branched out and has| ^ -f AVA'U *IW

awr glovies: "It the elector matrks lege "anyour vote is needed to olrset '.It would be mauch better to have D~anntte H. pays is the candidate reorganislat its editorial and btr wy ^Jl- -

I with dreed, for
:COi rs Ito AI
-birh. The
suffering in store M
> he expectant pife
masint an -- oos
1~ 0F robs
o life of mother and
he ridCal time. Not
duv& te of


kd Society of New
adopts Peculiar
d of Revenge.

-ocate prom.
J., Oct. 29.-An [talisai
lame at Villardo Dippitl,
ie police here today for
dy-guard to protect hta
c hand society. Exhibit-*
5 of his arms, whiea h"
, the man declared that
e Black Hand had lured
anty 13 Machaelx, Pa..
is were amputated. He
Lae band Is now prepar-
te'als legs In further re-
raying a member. The
Candidate Chafln? Its
to get into the Bewspa-
ely.-Oregon Jourpal.

e 2 for Bingham's

he Seville Square

al Vectors;
crt W. h christ.
State-H. Clay Craw,
wral-Park M. Trani-
. C. Croom.
r-W. V. Knott.
of Public Instructioit
R. Holloway.
of Agricult"re-B. IL
mmissioner-Royal a
R Supreme Court:
Hocker. /
. Shackletord.
Van Pelt. y
-James Maegibbon,
-Hepry BeI~nger. *
*W. W. Richards.
- J. S. Rober~ts.
rer 1 E. Wl if.

P-eae Dist. 2.-R. k*
-2.-C. P. Robe.
*no vect *

tlCtPF. mtts *
t ot manaa Trends la1 bet
I hereby announce myal
for a-< rs sati ounte. th I
C. B. JA& Of x

MGM *rim Uwa there are persos a republicaR wvte somewhere else, funerals at night, and there should who received the majority of trab as tarke-avana News.te
to lbe elected to an o ee, or It for ees it not needed in your locality." be no Sunday funerals, either day or lots cast for congreasionea cVt vdfxa -- A R V Asxews.
That Is what Mr. Bryan says in his night. Funerals nowadays are too ex.-in the seeded primary. on the face of Gonefrfet of Jeurnal Readers.
OWa T"0 9 Itis impossible to do travagant. Too much 'aoney is seat the retar-. His opponent, J. Walter The Pesacola Journal's Bryan aand
tetee the elect's choice for say letter to the eocrats of t.e United^ ^on ower4and carriages, and thereKehoe.b had pledged himself to aMde Kern ca a fundbreached $79 on
40W6 htobe Alled, his ballot shall not States and it is an earnest appeal is certainly too much display. Prem by the deoalsio of the colrt and,-now Monday. That paper desires to maki
W* GNNA" for anoh 04lrr but OW tree the party leader which should an extremely solemn faction the fu- t at it be*sbeen rendered against him. the fta aa even $1000, and it looks
sia- n ak *H&tg the bsL* s-a m every democrat to go to the neral has developed iato an Pocasion he amataly writes to the proper sa', at thnoh it may yet be done. The W h a p S
P1180N I UVaw8 &Pe adrloth n ext Tuesday Doubtless he had for vulgar show." Mr. Eltelgorge also thorities In the respective couatles of Journal may well be procd of the
pitwrty a s ad nothle here ols ast Tesd Dobtlss he hd said there should be a Madledl reform that district slidrequests them to reaMgersoty of its readers.-Jackson- rOCkers into Which yol Can ink and r
-han 4 eCastraed to prevent any the moath specially in mnld when he in funeral sermons. He thinks there move his name from the ballet. This viMe nmes-Union.
alftar f *wtti~r .it* U mmhoe words for -Jere where is too much pr6inisenown 0 eulogizng- leaves but one .democratic cwdW%& --A ~~lj m ~w 1~f~ jiaft
o utrtan t wosey names- ourparty has no formidable opposi-T-The safe thing to do Would be tofr ma in that district as It's a Ham rgerr Stake. t w oes e an el ret a
tiou we have fallen Into the bad habit preach a gpo a d sed to a republic ad webe -f 'l Max Hamburser Is at the head
a0 Prkatd on the balot.- tofatin Cray aligh"tvothe in the would say nothing good about the de- Hiere, a .46cialist caudidate.i All da2' orf a company to launch a new after- Ok ittek dta a CUe
auction 281 of the election of atn ony a liht vote i the ceased unless It were justified by the ger of republican success in that -dis. SO newspaper in Mobile," says the
1 108116ax folls "A. S e r ral eloctiao seldyas on the pri- facts. Even then I would make it trict is thus removed, and aFKrMs punmari Jernal. Of course. its a very y at
Saa Tollws: Aay eletor ay to setle the le. very brief.- democrats generally will feel relieved- Ha sburer stake that the new paper
to 'ote who by reason of Preachers are Aometime- confronted -Jacksonville Times-Uniop. will start business on.-Tampa Tri-
orthe ass of up sto f i Mr. Hearats mas Htagen is tr'iF by very embarrassing 40tuations when Uncle Sam's Check for One Cent. ise5
mw h ""ads 'aa"able to prepare of the hopeful variety. SpeakiZg of they are expected at funerals, by the The Jacksonville Metrapolis of DIED FROM INJURIES.
G 'aRet, stay have the asalstance his recent eaothern campaign to a relatives of tae deceased to ascribe to Saturday contains the following con-
of the Iapaeors in the preparation bode Ishead audience Tuesday night the latter virtues they never possess- ce Ianga well-kaown citise' J. A. Tavlor. colored, who was d j.
of iaUct, who haIl retire to a te said "when the vote is counted ed, and as the Alton minister says- quarters in Jwacsonville: jea b being rck by a nsaho y Pgamaala ad gag taem
b*G*oOr coampartamet with the elect Ient week you wont see any solid with lurking bumor, "the sate thing "The Metropeols contained yester- g while at wor o n the steamy ip
'r aa0 the prepare the elector's bal- g" gth. As Joha W. Gates would to do would be to preach a gospel ser- day an article to the eeWt that a yestery from the o-
lot. 0 aa to tedW*e the elector's de- say -Bet you a mLliaa. old man." hon." His proposed reform was >--Charletan man had In his posseedes 4C bix______ri
clana bebe Oef amtMaute. as to each ceived with enthasiasa by thealisance Chad* for1 ce t.-whic h was -Q -\
be" to be SaUd. wtibot SuggestionaY Th ew York Eveat Post. which and we suspect thai a lar yroprtionthreeofthem io the cALtryTere WO O 2GUot= f i NW
or -fterormeIe tra leapaersln But o-aat wast ~ Mr.# Bryan elected but of preachers everywhere would be are four known cheeks of this car-I
ta aOn ca60 ay elector before retit has an aIeFOmartable suspicion that glad to have it become establiseN acter. as Mareus Zndel ('t tia d Cty
lau gt the booth as eer e la this he may be, Is flrst to the eld with custom. at least that part gef it g which roi has .se wi he qa 1Wt--10 S. Palaf1t St. PihoS l49. Ie
SMO leUV ha ve0 of the clerks o! .th hr1aesa but entertaining work-cuts out the customary panegyric so tras due 1 et repo ~ to. day. Mr. i
*0 setbatt to read eve to Mim the of coasbnt g < cabinet for bhim in often not deserved. on account of a money order, sad It WhP=N

wage resm'".

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a esB iM H *I -in( a rapid deo-
,'ji. _.S-- aa sa s mivei.ft_
*. mie fed her p t t
WH Mage! e-t t
x v t tlm v awaMt all endeth happi-
Tak. tbme eleMasesats say you are
P.Lt 'el In Tesas; the' owery or
Put : tsh powder an leve out
Sd Ad h e rmalt a swell
.- : **melsdraaaer.' -
r t -Comier's.
4e t aemu thme lt Ca Prime wtn-
nqers who w-em suoesa sl in Gcarrytng
off ?A e I. at the Mestig ofa the So-

*..< oet sto ace prims e, Mrs. Sodt-
IT iraq~i,. Mrs. J. G. Ynie-tra,
:"" I-HIII MB 0 Mrs. xm W booby. Mtrs.
"s WIl hieB. The eMt. Meeting of
Sthe lah lab e held at thr hone of
V. Ma. Th. Wrighton at No. 801 North
7th Aveste..
Those whu Wes Ar t 4t. e meet.
8ag of thte Pastime Unohrd club heM
at the hwem of Mrs. Sodenquist eon
ed. Weaay night were as follows'
1.sgg Ae, Mrs. Joba Jacobs; la-
die' tae head. Mrs. Dan Marhy, l-a.
S diM' booby, Mrs. Liastrum; genB.
a's-B ame, Messrs. Those. Wrightoe
M" feMrw-y. the tie eig decid-
Sdw in avr of the te=Ir ge-
an Mr. N. S;e Squiat,
o Mr. D"a Murphy.
t 11f wlI occur on the
eWWitUlseth Wat the home of
MV Ugwoa Oady on West Ialmont
furest. '



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of your life is spent in your
Shoes. Had you ever thought
o'f that, and do you always
have comfort with your
Shoes ? We will make that

lIe Nl, W k.P fak*. WUkins Dav-
m11 s IML e=fsWrea nds a wal-

S 0h~e ,ao mI Nelle Walk-
er, of Cia etty.'aad Mr. A. Field of
d tasok place last night at 7.
o'elo at the parucma of the First
M. U. church, Rev. C. W. Gavin of-
Mis Walker, who is well and favor-
SAMy knafw laiecal cltcles, Is popular
ta wt wshe ha-' come In
e aet dni gi her rapoad here, and
r y- ftid. will extend her
1ver o Willt In-her new relations.
Mr. ho is a Chicago man,
has UN- a good impression
w a b people. Mr. and
E' 36W I-at night for Chicago,
_M hi~r sp end a brief honey-
to Pensacola, where
they wi their home.
The work sol eintim members for
the Penesola Civic League has al-
ready b n, same of Pensaoola's best
kAbwa society women having gone in
for the work before then wlti an en-
ergy which aguars well for the fatare
success of the movement The subject
la an ad hA- one for afternoon tea
tables. a the numerous other minor
functions which are a delight to the
feminine ieart: consequently the
movement has already been quite thor-
oughly discussed. It is indeed a cred-
it to Pensacola society women, when
It is comaddred that they have gone
enernetleally to work on a proposi-
tim which, at bewt, will mean much
time expended In a thorough and hon-
et endeavor.
Carre LIoise. the charming little
ten-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Talestra, was the victim of a
painful accident on Wednesday after-
noon at the home of her grandmother,
Mrs. Thomas F. Wrighton. No. 801 N.
Seventh avenue. In some manner Miss
Carre fell to the loor, sustaining injur-
ies about the head. Last night sae
was resting well, and attending physi-
clans stated that there is now very
little danger.
The little lady is much admired
among a large circle of friends, and
the news of her accident will be re-
ceived with a great deal of concern
%by all who knew her.
The annual election of officers of
the Country Club took pakce last Tues-
day, those to serve during the ensuing
year being as follows:
President--Jadge A. C. Blount, Jr.
Vice President-Mr. J. S. McGaugh-

.Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Gavin of Cotton-
dale, spent the day with Rev. and Mrs.
C. W. Gavin on Wright street yesteff
day. J
Mrs. H. C. Barrinau, wrao has bn
very ill, is slowly improving.
"Uncle Car" and Mrs. Ttppin lpent
the day in Pensacola yesterday, re-
turning last evening to Ferry PS
Mr. J. M, Mnldon has r4tnrned
from Pennsylvania, where he d his
family have been sojourlang during
the -ummer. /
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Worti agton of
Mobile, are spending the )eek with
Pensacola friends. Mr. Vorthington
Is here on business.
Mr. H. H. Bicker and ife have re-
turned from Deatsville, Ala., where
they have been visiting relatives.
Now the favorite anllan the
South.j It pleases ev ry -usr-large-
ly used in the best Arestaurants and
hotels where the t is demanded.
Cold cereals eainbe 'fried the same
as mush; serve vith gravy.
Nickel may be kept bright by be-
ing rubbed with ool saturated nl ami-
monia. I
Kid shoes ma be kept soft and free
from cracks ny rubbing them twice
a week wit)& little pure glycerin or
caator oil. /
When bruhing a room sweep to.
ward the fir place, ofterwipe the draft
from the imney draws the dust in
that diree ion.
Table c other linen that is stained
with ray egg should be well soaked
in cold water first, as the hot water
would *et the egg.
It' is said that sirup or cream wlH
not d op from a pitcher on to the
table -oth if the nose of the pitcher
is rbbe with butter. *
-A er sponging patent leather with
wr m water and letting it dry while
si warm rub just a little sweet oil
, it, then rub it well out of it.
/ To keep, the hair in curl dissolve
,a lump or two of sugar in tea and
'with this moisten the hair ali*htly be-
fore putting it into the. curling pins.
If possible change the furiltupe of
a room about. This not only gives a
fresh appearance but saves wear on
particular spots in carpets or rugs
Take iron mold out of marble thus:
Wet the spots with lemon Juice or
with oil of vitriol, let it remain for a
quarter of an hour then rub dry with
a soft cloth.
A recipe for paste that will never
dry or turn sour is one teaspoonful
of powdered alum and ten drops of
clove oil. added to a point of smooth
thick paste.
Picture wire may be used lasted

The Journal' Daw

Mr. and Mrs. P. Stone aNd their
daughter', the Misses Theresa and
Nana, will leave' shortly toa New
York. where they will Join their sons,
Messrs. Joe and Jacob Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vllar are the
parents of a boy who arrived-oa nCe

A. 4-aMrn* O s--



of tape to gather curtains on. Double
*back the end' and the wire will run
amoothly. Curtains run on wire do
-not sag in the middle.
To brighten a mirror, rub with a
clean cloth dipped in a cream made
of whiting and cold water to which
a few drops of ammonia are added;
polish well with--old newspapers.
To remove a glass stopper catch- the
head of the stopped in the hinged
space of the doorway, closing thie door
su ficiently to make it grasp the stop-
rfirmly. Caretally turn the bottle.
Instead of putting pieces of pota-
to Into bottles to clean them and ex-
perience difculty in taking out the
particles, pour the water off of boiled
potatoes into the bottles: let them
soak, then wash in hot suds.
Try wet tea leaves as a means of
destroying cockroaches. Just squeeze
these with the hands and lay on
sheets of paper near the hearth when
shutting up for the night. The cock-
roaches go to the leaves and the tan-
nit kills taem.
Shelves for small supplies and a
box ottoman for remnants and bundles
of lining,' as well as knee board, will
be found very useful in the sewing
A Japanese patterned crepe is a
dainty material from which to make a
kimono. The edges can be bound
with satin in a harmonizing color or
with wash ribbOn.
Among the daintiest petticoats worn
by baby with the first short dresses
are those devoid of ruffles. Above the
hemstitched hem are little clusters of
embroidered flowers.
In selecting linings for a jacket it'
is well to consider whether the gar-
ment will be worn over light-colored
waists; if so, it is by far wiser to
have a light lining than a dark one.
The fancy vests which are being
worn are often made with no baqk-
the fronts are connected by a strap
of elastic at the waist line. This
makes it possible to remove them with
the coat without difficulty.
Narrow velvet bands are now used
at the top of fragile collars, "headed
with high ruching. It is found a good
support for the collar, besides adding
much to the neck fixture. Satin bands
may be used in the same manner.
The petticoat should be an object
Qo specia care. It is easy to pin it up,
but it will last far longer if you take
the despised "stitek'" A silk petti-
coat discarded the outer day by a fair
maid had acquatad pias approaching
Sftyf-seven varieties.
A very good trimming for the cuffs,
collar and tie of .a-very fine lnen. is
to-work the-.eds with narrow scal-
lops,- and make -: order edge of pin-
head dots, each the size of an or-
dinary pin head. This can be made
in a white French knot. If a color
is desire.' then use tan or blue.
W*sh dresses- will be worn more
than everthbe coming -fail and winter
by young girls It rbadly is a most ex-
cellent plan, for the dresses are easily.
laundered, and by the wearing ofi
warmer underclothing one may dress
quite as comfortably as though theI
dress were of heavy material. The
wash dresses seem more sanitary,
than garments which cannot be clean-
ed frequently.
Every one who wears darned stock-'

ry Fashion Feature



Don't make the fatal mistake
P| of using strange toilet requi-
sites, ites, without any g .rntrc as
to their quality. If you do
you're taking big chances of
ruining your complexion. Bad toilet goods are worse
than none, for they not only do no good, but often
contain ingredients that are actually injurious to the
We can recommend all the toilet helps we sell as
being pure, fresh and excellent, containuig only ele-
ments of high nutritive value to the skin.
safest and surest of skin beautifirs known to us. This
deliahtfil preparation is absolutely pure, and free from
all grease and oil. It softens, whitens, soothes, heals
and prc~ ves the skin and insures a fresh lad fair
complexion. Sold with the Rezall .r-,nate

of your life Comfortable. We
have made a study of the
Shoe question, and we will fit
you in a last to give you the
desired comfort.
Try us one barrel and see.

Feet Furnishers For Folks
102. South Palafox Street

ings-and that means almost every
one in the world-knows how the
darning cotton sometimes shrinks
away from the sides of the hole, mak-
ing the stockings tear round the darn.
This may be avoided by holding the
card or skein of darning cotton over
the spout of a kettle of boiling water.
The steam shrinks the wool and when
the stockings which have been -nend-
ed with this cotton are sent to the
wash no fear need be entertained of
the darn shrinking.
NOTE.-The Journal will be glad
to answer any questions which may
be directed to this department. Ques-
tions will be published without signa-
tures and answered in full. A cor-
respondence is invited.
If you must use rouge, and some
of us assuredly need something to
help old Mrs. Nature along, try to do
it so that your own mother will be
fooled. Get a good brand from a good
druggist and for the love -of the opin-
ion in which you may wish to stand
among your various acquaintances, use
it sparingly. A too florid complexion
often creates a startling impression.
Anxious: "I ani suffering with a
-,kin upheaval which takes the ibrm
of unsightly pimples. Can you sug-
gest anything to help me?
Answer: An ointment made of sul-
phate of zinc and vaseline will re-
move the trouble 4f *titch you speak
in an incredibly short time, if applied
each night.
'Mrs. B.: "Which would you advise,

dg I

Every two months or
so, you should give your
piano a bath.

A bath! That
odd, doesn't it?


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cold cream.or face food for the skin?
I have some wrinkles."
Aum W Co eream is a remark-
ably* good cleawdin agent, but Is
hardly meant for building up the tis.
sues. It will preserve the skin i-
properly used nla connection with te
daily massage, but the presence of
wrinkles suggest the Immediate em-
ployment of a good 4kin food.
Little business woman, do not over-
dress. In the first place, .ou cannot
afford it. If you could. you'd prob-
ably not be a business woman. In the
second place you are wasting '-good
money -a a fool sh case when you ap-
pear on Palafox street in your 'tart-
ling street costumes, which, in your
particular sphere, which by tfe way
is a gloriously fine and Independent
sphere, is nevertheless greatly out of
For Dain in the back of the neck.
the result of too strenuous mental
exertion, apply alcohol This will
serve to cool the blood going to the
brain, and will as a result induce a
sound and restful sleep.
Tight shoes are very often to blame
for milady/s red nose. However, if
small feet are to be considered more
important than a gentle, tractable ap-
pearing nose, then it is up to milady.
Grape Fruit.
Cereal, Cream.
Scrambled 'Brains. Hominy.
Rice Cakc, syrup.
Cafe an Lait.
Creamed Salmon. Hominy Croquettes.
Preserves, Cheese, Tea.
Vegetable Soup.
Broiled Pampono. Butter Sauce.
Saratoga Chips. Rice.
Baked Sweet Potatoes.
Celery and Apple Salad.
Bread Pudding. Hard Sauce.
spread before you would do you no
good if you couldn't eat. What good
cau food do a child when as soon as
it enters it's stomach it '! eaten by
worms. That's tae reason your baby
is ailing, cross, pasty faced and thin.
Give it White's Cream Veriafuge. It
will expel the worms and act aj a
tonic for the child. 25c, 50c and $1.00
a bottle.
Sold and recommended by W. A.
D'Alemberte, drugist sad apothecary,
121 South Palafox street. Pensacola.

6cial to The. JournaL..
of the Camp Walton, Oct. 29.-The people
t 8 p. of Camp Walton were shocked th i
Miss morning to hear of the sad accident
Olga which occurred at the Boggy mill
early yesterday morning, when the
boiler exploded in the mill. The en-
rnal. gineer, Mr. Bostic, was struck square
in the forehead with a piecec of the
fly-wheel, which crushed the entire'
forehead, rendering him unconscious,
m-- but not killing him. There is little
hope for his recovery. Dr. Dias, of
Pensacola, is attending him.
Personal Mention.
1P. C. Eaton's pretty cottage will
soon be completed which will add
much to the beauty of Camp Walton.
Albert Jernigan was a guest at the
Gulfview hotel this week.
Camp Walton is not quite so live-
ly this week as it usually is. But we
hope for better times, again soon. *
J. T. Brooks is convalescing, maob
to the delight of his many friends.
I Rev. Campbell preached an inter-
I ting sermon here Sunday to an St-
tentive congregation.
D. B. Powell started to Derobtak
yesterday morning to attend theat Oft .
[at that place.
SQuite a party of young men am-
up from Pensacola last Sunday an the
launch Reba to shoot birds i the
Brooks field. They killed quta a a
number and left Brooksdale rehle
ing, after enjoying two fne neal 'W
friend chicken, fish and many e .
good things.
George Ward, of DeFuniak, was
among friends at Camp Wa lton 3at .
week, dividing his time t both ho-
tels. ,
Mr. Kinnie Is hard at work th3 i
week on his cottage either Indshla -
up the building or making some a4dl-
Mrs. Lathrop and her char.,
daughter. Miss Ray. are ispemdi .
some time at their summer hba .l-'
this city.I
Hotel Frances Ill be closed Whe
first of next week a account f. Mrs. '
Pryor having to %.0lt her mboant-.N
to gather swet potatoes aaMd a
Mr. D. P. McKenie, fam 3,i 4
was a guest at Hotel Franew M
day last week..
Mrs. Asa WArh and
10, daughter. Mrs. Wright a ad n te
"and Mrs. Warleld w 00M .e ,
guests at Breiosde aid M s, -
S lars's last Sunday. They cas b-at. -
tend preaching. .
SMrs. A. 0. Harris, of Harrd Mi,
w I w the pleasant guest of her .d -
tar, Mrs. Sellars, of this puaMti l, 1
-- -M SateMay mlght and Se say.
.. Mr. Me la. ofM oaly, Oa, Hat -
last n igt at Btrookole. 4
m, A Colmabaus O., mas who .
a. he Uad invented a airship th
.. Iy a thoesadjness at bor.
M. passengers ad freight, ham I r st
... to an aIsane asylum.
By a formal wremletbl-th ew
Methodist church at ColorAda gs
s CaoL, has declared that We .
"" s -t wear hats in the church dw
.. .
.. w. .,. -me a
*As M
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at the residence of Mrs. J. S. Ri
corner Cevallos and Gregory, 1
*Philathea Class of the Pirst
dist church. October 31, 8 p. m
mission 25c. oc
To be given fgr the benefit c
First Baptist cUurch, Friday, a
m. in the Sunday school room.
Cawthon, soprano, and Miss
White, reader.
Subscribe for The Jou


7r=NA. fi

1'ga-Mr s f- of the 'th Thursday ey.
lal yeta raiday at her Secretary and Treasurer-Mr. W.
me t Wrigbt street. The'M. McC6Ilab.: '.. ...
evet IId of its lsual sitterest, ag The governing board- will be con -
dezc"WhnI ploent time having posed of Mesmrs. H. G. DeSilva, R. ,%.
been rported. n.ty those who were in Bushnell.. W. A. Blount, Jr., and J.AS.
attendance. Leonard.
'MAh Vgsle Biggs, one of Fisher- Mrs. P. Stone -was the succe sful
vl ia poplar young ladies, was ten- player at the weekly euchre part giv-
eiM *surprise by her young friends en in the club rooms of the Pro press
on Wa "salY Idt who came over Club on Wednesday night. A uarge
L itte afyou to make merry number of -tables were filled wi h In.
.wA their a l tg hostess. Refresh- terested players, the event p moving
aents w erv during the course an exceptionally pleasant one.
dt the eviatua. various games taking
Up the attenton.-of those present. FIRST MEETING OF
Th-hoW o pn nued the guest list THE NOMADS.
wrt asa f~a o :. Misses Olivia Ap- The first meeting of the No. ads to
.M1ber11 ma P Wkea. Zo Bell, 01- occur this season will take pla e next
9s M .tstart. Gertrude Bear. Victoria Monday at the home of Mrs. "Walker
Meata~i HIIsel Appelberg and Mary Anderson. the subject for the day be-
Peakse, and Nessle. James Peake, WIi- ing "The Dawn of History." aterest-
n-." in papers will be real, and a most
S. -. valuable meeting is planned.
oqsaa N-^o T uit a Luan* The club. which begins it' |I-esen!
i .nks J.t' a that he u i L, i "eason under the most a spicious
-limt'S_ th fn ef _. J. cany 'conditions, will have for its resident
c be. mloaushm_ ti the City ofrtais year Mrs. Lucius J. Reet es. with
'e.. ewl Stat" aferessaid, and Mrs W. I. 1Gonzales as vice p resident.
t 'he sum of ONE-
JI*MV l ad *ve Mrs. John B. Jones will serv, as 'ec
~- ,= anot be ee by retary. The study for the ear will
m m be the Semitic race, a very in resting
.suem e"ucribed couse having been planned.
a"mnosa t s ths s se sadi mu: Paymaster and Mrs. Ha ett will
loomO 1M00 th e 7 = Send for entertain at the AayY yard a the sev-
t. tl ngas o s_ enth with a dance which wirbe given
sils---C! -- an"MI- C -- 0- in honor of the Arst ananersary of
Take. r a y Pgfar o aupa- tkeir marriage. A number from Pen-
"on. msoala will be la attendee at the
__________________......_________ britiant event.

nw "w 'r ,e n. rMEETING WAS
The meting of the esday After-
Sa B chme club. whi r war. to have
n..TWI9.. 41! uh Id rmngg. at so"
t 'if" bt4 4a~a strut. s again post-
Vanoed. and will take lace upon the
a de .aand Ilar me*Uet.a &r day of the club.
hicn weI beaeut asday.

The New City club met yes-
S .. .... terday afternoa at te home of Mrs.
. F Prank L. Mayes. ere were four
tables, dahnty ents bein:
served during the mre of the after-
The ext )be w*Il occur at the
howme of Mra.C. C.. Boacker.
iic t W per REESE-WHITE ING.
Friends i Mi st. trice White and
Mr. Rages.. two popular mem-
b res of a society set are
receivn awrds lAg their ap-
Ss prachia which will occur
na Wednesday, N. 11th.i
Both Mim and Mr. Rees",
are extreme aind the news
et their union. is being
received interest amoug
their a frieanst both in this
.ltl and Pl**owing is the an
S- "Mrs. L. l. Invites you to be
iesB u pretat a rige of her daugh-
ter. 1to Mr.BoaeneLew.-
is Re*Wese evening. the
Cepd. eleventh tNove ber, one i"onv9WT.d,
s in e bn 1 ahd eight, at seven-
thirty o' First Lniverjsali.t
Sa 17 church, a, Florida.

Nevertheless. it is the
thing to do.
Dissolve a quarter of
a cake of Ivory Soap in
a pint of boiling water.
When lukewarm, apply
to the woodwork with a
soft cloth. Rinse with
cold water, which should
be applied with another
soft cloth. Rub dry
with a chamois.

Ivory Soap
994jo Per Cat. Pure



Coronet Puffs, wavy and
straight switches, fluffy hair
rolls. Hair nets in different
shares. Best goods at lowest
prices at
Mrs. Not dstron's Millinery,
No. 11 East Intendencia St.


by the
2. Ad-

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The two little girls la tim skslte may effer suaMsti s fw a simple
dress and coat for such il tMe t. The s aDhr costumel wom by eon of
the children could be made a-t el or seme for winter wear, dark blue
serge with an emblem and 'tie at re or blackbeiag especlafy good. The
little coat was of cream wMite elot, braiMed in soutache, aL the little hat
was in the form of a Scotch cap of white fur. with a ribbe rosette and
quill. -

We especially reccumnend Revall Cream

Almxonds, 35c a bottle.

Special attention is directed to Rexall Cold Cream,
25 and 50c a jar. Pound jars, 50 cents.

I We also carry a full line of

Viola Cream ......................... .50 Ko
Patey's Cold Cream, 25 and ......... .50 AlIb
Creme Rhea ...-...- ......---- --- .- ...----- .... .50 Entl
Weedbury's Facial Cream ........... .25 Crer
Stearn's S prema ....-- ............... Dag
Pond's Extract Cream, 25 and ... ... .50 25
Rexall Cream, Violets ............... .50 Snot
I Stearn's Almond Cream .............. .25 East
Hind's Honey and Almond Cream ... .59 Cr
Oriental Cream ............... ......1.25 Ellis
Crystal Skin Food ................... .50 Cry-
MHasllne S" ew ...................... .50 Egy
Nadinota ........................... .50 Hud
Creme tLimeon. 50., 75c and .......... 1.0 StIll
Halock*s Anti-Freckle .............. -.35 Mal
Hudwt*s Perfectale.................. 1i0o A. I
RIckltar Violet Cerate ..........-..- .50: Pom
C i l- Caya- ...-t...-.....0....... r.

Wi bf m ev"ythiR "th other fell


Agents for Whitma

Phoe 453.

the fo hg i :

mo Cream ----............
ry Sisters' f eauti .........
hymel Cream ..................
me Au Lait-Violete ...........
gett A. RamadaWse Cald Cromm
and .....-- ....................
watilla ............ ........
tman's Benaime and lA
eami .......... ...........
ion's Almond Creas- ........
stal Eleslan CrleMs ...........
ptian Cream ...................
Inut's Cold Cream.2 and .....
man's Freklde cream .........
vina Cream ....................
D. S. Peroxide Cream .........
peilan Massag, 9% 76.a ." ,.
Char*les's Fle* *P" ..........

-w has-umIiIUE. "


n's Candies.

See Window Display.

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Engineer Bostic So Badly,
Injured That He Can-
not Recover.





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tYou ^i~nt SElM& Kc May Have.


What You Have Someone Else May Want.

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.ew Bargains In Real Estate

le;... t and in ".ve~. e.t. en West Garden street, near Palafex. A
O=. --and a bargain.

$12.0 Per Acre.
e-rea of gof i land, about 4 mIlest from the city and convenient to

S. .$4850.
*ti ia.-My 0twlmtn en Ngrth NH,'. oetalig resma. tll, bath, etc.,
a gs let. One-half Mlck frem NOrth HiM car line. A bargain.

.Special Mention.
Sware erin. tIe fr quick sale, a large brick building, all rented. very
S1 ee. center. Pamrticwlar tarme, etc, Waly furnished to bona-


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*iri .-OM hiate to remodel and now
ito iMle to order. IDresmainRk
* ee ented novelties. Mrs. avely
(pWmI3, MS Bast LoRna St. SWctlm'

j2~AWI' ragmenio by an e K460n
eSUeeggw. Can turmuls boost ct rece

Ph aose for farm wag.
Adv*at once# -ON
"168Z eweO. roJournal 2900a
CAMugY and bMarine
WW= md lo on X. Palw
I Sectli

v u moewwrefund"s. a

UMLekoniew Avenut. Sgctll

-xtm ~reeft Ae .
dyggOM 24083.Jackinen St. Ibict

--Poiton a csclaer saw SAer.
orqlM n Ito nrt-elass mll, eattat
;Me export. Al references. AkNre-
: ." 2llx 4. McKosnxoa Ala. l cet2w
I NNTmD-You to knw that the Solo-
WM Furniture Company sells blankets.
nmforts. bdsrd. ra. and lase cur-
talus on monthly payreeats.
Rhone t 71 and our salrma wil lcall.
Maolinion Furniture Co.. W. Govwetmout

O-rVAANTI,--Kodak developing and print-
lug at Johnson's Book Store. Sectim*
1WANTI D-All the ladles to know that
.the latest patterns In Parisian tailoring
-an be. sen at The Pariian allor
Parlors, 33;-7- Brent Building. loetuam
WIN WANT to make your stencils an
keys. and do any kind of electrial or
n1ehiaaieal repairing. Lloyd & Baroeo, S
^West Romana. Phone 619. 20pt
WANTED-Yow orders for rash meat
aed vegetable. Delivered any nart of
city. Biey'e Meat Market, 1*07 East
Uf' eag. PIone 1158. Iept
WATEID-All kinds of second-band
amha. BrSing them to us: ship tham to
u. Telejimne us:a write to us. Owner
QGaena Md Aktant a street. Telephone
f 4. 34. Ft S. Mellen & Co. Bpt
!WANM ,D-A buyer for 15 lots In e
bock, and house with I lets an Mast wm.
IN.L-Andrews. 7 N. at St. 2mset

S wt. mant Is minute.
y s1i",".,a
.% I-

IjOST-Ladies' geld watch. hunting case,
with gentleman's picture In back. Rib-
bmo tl and pin attached. Loost on lM t
tMe street. near Hygta. BottlW Woreeks.
TYhra noon. Reward for return to
Printing. Co. 3oct
LOSNT--5nmall, black cashmere shawl.
valed by owner by reason of assoela-
tionm. Flder Dleam advise Mrs. Vean-
Wntde, E. Jacon seet,et. oon Bayou
Tesar. OctStlw-*

MMI ethod. Harmony. Theory. Peda-
esaa. Sttludents qualtited for teaching.
srtca-tc awarded. Phone S47. MLda
HulL et___m_
ergeIat. and rheirmaster of Christ
ChMch,. teaches the Piano (Stuttgardt
M j ). as going (open threat Italian
ixa > erg" and thtery( I mcluding
M .) P. O. Address. Pnsacola.
Y^Bdia- octIlStm*

Svt- a patiencemm by not
S tage at The Journal's

1W- are net 4xr le.
m h-m with al inmderm coav"ma .
so nt and riee- t tho ree ca ines.
a _- ct o p t. Jehm N.

16 k it is time to -mue loose"


I laWI Cos okt left
~W- o*" a wo p ae
d.~~I~s ~aewnthredSa


FOR SALE-lousehold furniture of all
kinds: also one Edison Phonograph.
with 0M records, nearly new. in god con-
dition. Call or write Mrs. I.. C. C'-a Ir,.w
P. 0. Box 7, Moline, Ia. Moctlwe

0 0 0
ndid little new cottage with sit lota
with fruit and pecan trees, In white sec-
tion m and where is swre to advance. 1$00
down and $10.00 per month will buy it.
:-room new cottage with 6 lots. in the
growing section of the city. south troet,
white, neighbors. $15.0) down and $16.06
per month, only one left.
4-roomn cottage good sel lot. No. 415
N. 6th Avenue. bargain.

20-acre farm. with 4-roop house and
good barn. 8 acres under fence and Culti-
ration. Fine. land. Will raise anything.
$304#0 casi. balance casy. Worth $1.,000.

Agents Thileon Euilding
Offego Sesd Flor.


A warehouse wit'i private sidetrack.
Stores East Garden st., near Palafox,
$.15. to S20 eaclh.
S. W. '-corncr Zarragossa and DeVil-

oR BALE-My' horse. b.ugy and lear- wi.. 5.
S eR at a sacriM*ho. ggd. Whit. Care :e;T7n South Palafox. upstairs, pool
newsatt aWti"the. I..White. Car'e
* The John White Store. 3,octlw* o-om. $30.0. .
we Stores. Gadmden and ifl avenue. $10.
P- SA* tC cane-bottom dining 104-16 lSouth Tarragonna St., $30.00.
wom:cai a sois good as new. Cost $1.00 o ses W. Gregory. $22.50.
Search. Mst go at 45c each. Will sell 11. e. Beaylen. $1'0.00. "
mesor as many as you want. Apply Fr- sherville.. modern. $17.51.
pheouna Tb"e to t-lw 116 W. Romana. $15.00.
OR Jee Frenh p W.regor'y $32.0.
~s Jesse Frenib D o 1113 N. 0th avenue. $19.1..
o g aisAlutIiy fautrleS, will 11*9 Streng St., $15.00.
SflJ allI in pemo or address ." ,,"- E. Romana. $2Bx.00.
S 41. nwo m At. 28oct- w 2*2(,0 N. Spring. $10.m0.
-e t rf 1622 N. 7th. $12.50.
10 OR. SALE-aa-sae hamsuerless rifle. 710 West Main. $8.00.
- 3e4" 3 $0")N ,,3axoUts Automatk pistol.. 11 W. LaRn. $7.00.
A I rfenameiS3tan. Both for $25.00. Dr. C. ]::itl Inteanden',la, ..9.
W Ray Xebe 401 Thiesen Building. JO1 N N. a, DAY
otUMTt 6{ S East G rden
'7 Iok IALB-Ode bed-room suit; also
Victor. _Graphope e and gas plate, at FOR RENT-rutore building on S. W.
S 219 North DeVfUers St. 2':-octlwI Corner Zarrago-: r. lr Baylon streets.
- / .. Apply McMillan & M.Clure, 9 W. Inten-
1d. fOR o AU-pFite beM. hen houses. full denca St. Phone 2'71. oct27tf
M. blood bomer vaeon, horse. buggy. --
haelfrera, tent. boat and household FOR RENT Two nlmely furinsbed rooms.
Sa Winkle, E. Jackson .t. on. centrally located, nice family. Apply
[5ottlw* 204 West Romana st. S4octlw

viem. Peach Trees etc. Address Jas.
Bloieley, ernhill Vtneyard, Contonment.
a.. or appel to Clyde Blhneley. nlion
Trading re. 25otlnim*
FOR SALE CHEAP, three, eight wheel
XJIdeeY f WWgons, must go. Bank of
Po Ala. Alort7t
FOR SAL-Fanrm of 160 acres, 10 miles
from Peeoseola. Price $1500. Address
F. LH.. P. 0 Box 712. Pernsacola, Fla.
FOR SALE--A large mare mule in first-
class edition. The Flaher Real Estate
Agency. oct2ltf
FOR ALX-One Fay-Shboales Typewriter,
practically new. Address Box A. A..,
Peasacela, Eta. loelt
;O 8A! L '-Bam ts. comfort*, bed-
spreas, rugs and la&-e curtains. Weekly
or mgntgw y payments. Phone 971 and our
taleaHmel call. Solomon Furniture
Co., W. Government St. 10oct'*m
FOR SA -Timbered lands in large or
small tracts. Southern Real Estate and
Investment Co.. Flonaten. Ala. oct3tf
LAU(CIL23% feet lgm. 44-inch beamn. 7
f. P. engine. Speed about 10 mile p.r
ou. A ly A. A. Wrighton. 6 W. Ro-
mansa street. sept0tf
FOR SAL--A Anm 2-story house with all
1mqern oeavelience,. on East Hill. one
le fron car line and on a c-orner fac-
ing south and east Large lot. $3500.
NOR HALB'u-Beautiful home on Bayou
Chba the -Impovetmhonts coat more
them hMe sale polee. at $4"G.
A 5*-e M eae ead i lets on East Hill,
A Mm bi hense and3 letsa on West Gair-
isa. e 3 t.
:micoer lot, N. Springs
tA 5 .WoM a"- 3 eots on Nortbh
onf t AQ t of MOM ate a
te8L. 8$12"a.
4I lito l et at $1d0.
m ,e omi, i rt~n en Palafox.
tGar4a6 Bala- 0 enia' Ste. P1ri-
moes e reueset. -
A N W for sale.
lot S. 1-XeAY. 4 tit eGa.-den St.
FOR UAXI OR RENT-afbreese cottage
a nBafta RMese. a5 .' Good outbuild-
la- an heet IS acres land. extending
rom PeOR hOarMy to Santa RoMa Sound.
Harry W. S a 3 PalaTox St.
FOR OALB? ecad-hband Kraieh &
Bach Plao.; cheap and on easy terms-.
Phese 33. Seept
616 Eaat 0Men street. L -story. 7-
reom bosea, good condition, now rented.
ftor a per I th. Can be bought for
SU35. TeP. er month. Has large
lot. Nunrrearie by meautitul shade trees.
Ap XB. (Clutter, at The Clutter Museic

4 **a.aias aamehe ieiai iai

FOR RENT-A furnished cottage of four
rooms at the Old Mill Inn. Apply to
I Miss Llllie Taylor. 20oct
DoLuna Street ...... ........ I... 23.00
:;09 E. Intendencla Street .........$ 6.00
106 S. Tarragona Street ..........$l0.00
120 .. Tarragona Street .......... $12. lt
13 W. Romana ,.treet ............g3.3
T7 N. Palafox street................40.00
Store near Palafox Street.
Boarding Houses--
National Hotel, I rooms .........$60.00
300 E. Wright Street .............$25.00
Cor. l1th Avenue and 13th street..X13.00.
1401 N. 8th Avenue................X10.00
oo00 N. Palafox Street ...........*415.00
11".7 East Cervantes ........ ..'.: 15.00
.,L2V E. DeSoto Street.............315.00
9o.. North Reun Street .........315.00
724 W. Zarragost a Street .........210.00
207 N. Reus Street................15.
91t; E. Strong Street ............. 15."0
1211 E. Cervantes Street ..........S12.50
15th Avenue and 13th Street ....112.50
'uor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street. .316.0
1;.,0 K. Strong Street .............312.&0
:;.0 E. tntendeartia Street .........n o .O
s1:; .. Government Street ........ 115.00
1307 K. Strong St................12.50
1011 e. Strong Street ............. 16..75
1013 N. Strong Street .............S15.-0
Car. lith Avenue and 21st Street.. XI 5.
Tharge 10-room house at Flsherville.
with electric liWhts. batt, hot and cold
wateir: an be re-ted furnished or unfur-
nished. : servant houses in yard; 2 blocks
from car line.
Cur. Roinana and Palafox Sta., two oe-
Ie upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate
Agency. v
phone r7.
PARTIES out or a job shouLd try The
Journal's Want Columns. The cast Is
small and result; almost certain. At any
rate. they are worth trying, for yev have
4i1 to gain and nothing to lose.
IF YOU HAVE anything for rent why net
adverttso it In these columns? Every-
one is sure to see It.
A warehouse with private sidetrack.
Ftsrre al1t oar4en tS., .ear Palfte.
S15 to S30 each.
317% South Palafox, upstaIrs, room,
qtore. Gadsden and tih avenue. 1I0.
104-la0 South Tarruana St.. 2.S" .
119 S. Baylen. $20.0..
Fisherrille. modern. t17.50.
116 W. Romana. $S5.00.
10t5 Strong St.. $T..O.
27 E. Romana. S?404.
12. Easjt Chase.. 3S12.P.
20 N. Spring. $10.00.
1922 N. 7th. 512.50.
710 Wf'st Main. 3.00.
13,.1 W. Intendencla. $.00.
Smot Cardln o.t

WE have Stie.e.toe in gcra.-Iteed. rst
clams, S per cent rmortgages a cO real
estate in any amout freem a S.

DONKES -RoIP CURB will cure Your It work for you. The isher IRoo2'ta'A
wheezing. awllen-headed fowls. '.Q S. Agency. -2 Se. Pala --x Stret .Vs -a.i
Mellten & Co...Phone .134. .r-tl7 --
Are you getting 9 per cnt. net tor
FOR SALXE-One good .Jersey ow witta your money ir net. you don't get an
yeuMr alf. Apply T. E. WeRfte-. l4ot that is "e-antug to yean." We me phne ft
on frst mortgages o imieenpe c
WOOF are mcsi i Conkey's Laytng Toni. e..]. How me 4ch *e It p ar Iea
F. S &CO.. Phone No. : oin4. d net hig? Lel .
FOR SALE-B r'.iew Park Possry yards.
C or. 14th at~tet and 3th avenue. have, M EY =WAKED e an eao.f S
S.MuNwras. Wrred Waal perty on shor ..
Sbred cockrels and eggs for sale. W. tm 9- 17 alo
T. ; 1 oetlltf M I 3. J. Grw 0. a2 s

P IfT am.e out every day that
7%e Jiaba Wif Columns are all
tAatr loieMst-fr e=am. Why noe try
them & gt i tat yo west?

90 CATTTJ IM- have a pure
bad l-Ar w mce m 8 2
Sr Oley. corner 9th
e -mme -~ scit t33
OR SALEB-Twe ges 9 mules. Lesle E.
_b'g ^ _____3e.

~ Iuoado~St.tie%*inup mmet for
erne, a bundle. at The Jwm-
Saoa. AI IMofine

I ANMsA ge. r eggate ga

OTra= OW RaOVAa.--I bo--
the tr. No. 101 Nh St.
sr 3 years. I aMlal be giad t sea a my
et friends ad many new otre.

Subscribe for The Journal.

Who are paying rent., read this ad. Wre
have a number of lots on pretty level
ground. 6 and 7 blocks north and north-
east of the show. on which we will build
cottages of four rooms and up and sell
them on easy payments. Do you
want a home. Do you want to
get rid of paying rent? Conw and
Bee us. and we will build to suit you.
Now is the time. for lumber and building
material l are going up.

Leslie E. Brooks Co.
43 South Palafox Str*t.


ONE ROOM -completely furnished for
light housekeeping. Gas and phone. 301
W. Chase. 27o0-tlw
FOR RENT-Newly furnished room. close
in on .ar line. Apply 23S WV. Govern-
ment street. 2ioctlw*
FOR RENT-Good. cabmfortablht place to
board and roomi. Southern exposure.
Apply 420 West Chase street, three doors
from car line. <;, od location. -olct,*
to business center, private family. S30
"W. Government St. :5olw*
FOR RENT-Furnished and unifurnished
rooms. use of gas r8ae. -102X N. Alalanli
street. Phone 1102. Call in mornings.
TWO OR THREE furnished rooms in
private family, for light housekeeping.
Bath and gas; desirable neighborhood:
also one front room for. one or two gen-
tlemen. 4-2 W. Gregory. 2oct1W*
FOR RENT--Comfortable furnished room
with gas and hath. one block from Pala-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 160ctim*
TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with
bath room attached. Apply 316 South
Alcanis street. 18octIm*
THREE NEWLY furnished rooms with
kitchen and bath room attached. Ap-
ply 216 S. Aleaniz St. 18octIm*
ROOMS POR RENT-Certrally located.
Good neighborhood. 18 IE Ga en St.
Also rooms for light housekeeping at
Fisherville on the beach. Terms reason-
able. Mrs. C. J. Allen. Phone 1RSt.
Iloeti m*
FURNISHED ROinOM by the day. week
or month. Apply No. N. Palafox St.

light housekeeping. Apply 614 E. .Ja-k-
son street. octim*
FOR RENT-Roo-T. suitable for light
housekeeping. Apply corner Cervantes
and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. 6octlm
FOR SALE AID. always bring results.
Why don't you try The Journal's Want
Ads.? They are doing wonderful things
for other people ae-d'y.u not you?
FOR RENT-Furalihed or unfurnished
front room. southern and eastern ex-
posure, phone and bath. to idserable
party. North Hill. Private family. Ad-
dress Box 574. 15aug

and put in working order. Price reason-
able. C. J., Allen. Typewriter Expert.
Walker's Book Store. Phone 1683.
all occasions. Crysanthemums. t'arna-
tloins and Roses. designs a specialty.
Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. oct27tf
'CL(T FLOWERS-Orders taken for all oe-
casions, particularly for weddings and
funerals. Miss Leila C. Reese. 518 NW.
R.BayetM. Phone 2." 22o<-t
IF YOU WANTED a nice carrtage and
match horses for a wedding or to go
.-alling, where would yvo go to get them"
To Pensacola Livery Stable, or ring
Phone 29. octl1tf
J. C. YOUNG will repair yeur umbrella.
Make It good as new. agesgs moder-
ate. 22S 8. Tarragona, between Garden
and Re.mana Sts- 2pt
or if you would like to lend et a
good rate of Interest on gilt-edged se-
cuarty, try The Journal's Want Columns.
It is the quickest, easiest and cheapest
A. H. McLEOD & CO.. Saiimakers--Cn-
vaxs from 14-inch to 96-inch. of all
weights. Large supply of Awning Goods.
Tents, tCots-. Hammocks. etc., always In
stock. 709 South Palafox. wa3ug
TIborsen. Prop.. eits all kinds of
movtng and hauling. Furniture packed
for shipment. Furniture stored. Ofice
phone 97. Depot pheae 794. 2l1ietf
YOU ARE JUDGED by your pritettag
It cots no more to have the bet. Have
It doe t the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W.
JNO. A. BERt-Maxer of saile tents.
awnings. tarpaulfs. dray covers. Agent
Carpenter's Perfected Awning, only pero
fect roler window awing aade. 27 .

Oa newspaper are sezd at all timeo
Unher in the atere er inthe home. The
Jeurmal *e@a them at Eve cents per bundle
They are neatly tied a-d eavemlint to

W11NTER RKSORT-The "Old Mill" Inn. j
on bay short. 10 minutes ride from citv/i
on electric cat line. will be open for the j
winter O-t. 1. Al nioderii convenienc es.:
Addrem MiLs LUlie Taylor. "Old Mill".
Inn. Pensacola. Ila. Pholie 3178. 2sept
LOAT--A s ge* epperltmy to rent or ex-
chase or eatl what you have. unlem
ye averttee i tl The Jouarnal's want

List r property with us
and we find purchasers
for it or tenants for those va-
cant ho

Collect of rents a spe-
cialty. Do 't you think it
is time to inv t in some good
renting prop y? We have
several good vestments to

,Call, write or lephone.

McMillan & IcClure

Real Estate, Rent ad
No. 9 W. Intendeci
Phone 271.
Pensacola, Fla.

Lease or

I Manage


of the



eant Build

5.500 Will Buy:a
r.0 acres iun nt-etiii ninc. Ithree- milest it.rl-lwSt of
city; land in high state of c-itihaltion. free of stumps5i ;;
with risidcn. e and goof |inlpiovi-millteints: will. in Ilil
near future. I-a surburtban property. A finl. inrvstLnent.
$2.500 Will Buy: .
Lot 80x150. corner C(e*rvantes street and E ticventh
avenue.. A v.-rv desirahle building lot.
$15,000 Will Buy:
Te- following tolltagx's all 1rt vtid---a a-1%I interest
paying investment: I1 -ottagj. corner XVright and E.
streets: 5 cottages on Alcaniz. bI t. Brainard and Gon-
zales: 4 cottages on Brainard. bet. G(onzalez and Al-
eanis: 2 cottages on li)at- ht.' Rrainamtrd and 'lowlsz;
:: cottages on Gonzalez. bet. Itrninardi aul Alcanis. List
your property with us. We get results.

CIO3F.0 i3~trM q~

Ruy a lot and build a Iouse now in Uupfrian'a Park
for $1.900.00 It will be worth in :; yaw.a $1.500.B. Add
$300.00 per year rent received. a profit of $2710.00 eqiuals
to, 1.0 per cent or 50 per cent.
$10.00 per month deposited on savings at 1 per cent
interest compounded for 3 years would amount to
$10.,0 per month paid on Kuptfran Park Company lot
for 3 years would get the deed. guaranteed to be worth
$446.40-no telling how mnWh more.
Should you die after making six deposits on savings
your benetleiarles would get $60.46. In case of death
after making six payments on the lot. your benefclaries
would get toe lot worth. $360.00: you have made the .OP,
vestment *hile you lived and 'left the mone# safe and
increasing all the time.
No colored people can own at lot. Has building
Sunshine annd pure air. healthful. humelike and
beautiful. For-further Information call on
Sig OWEN-CLARK CO., Real Estat

WANTEI)--Hustlers. ladies or gentl ien. PENSAf Of A ELECTRIC
to canvas for useful household art PENSACOLA ELECT I
Quick .,-llers. (;,od money. .\pply- l 310j
KE. governmentt St. COMPANY.
WA NTEi-Men to learn barber tra. -
Few.'- we-eks completes. 6, ,iff -,lai p-or- Pensacola-Fort BarraCas Schedule.
s-taritly husy. Curt-a-I lmist,'wt1. rs. t,ol WINTER DAILY SCjE.DLUEC
given. diplUM'.s gra-n'ted. vi.,gr.sSatur- Effitilvq Thursday, October 1,1VAL
days. po sitions wailing. wo,-d,T-l'rl det Leave pea00atOea. Leave Ft. fterraaa.
inand for graduates. W rite for Catalogue 7:15 .. .n.I...... ........... 6:00 a. U
Moller Barber College. New Orleans Ia. :00 a. .....* ...-...... :1. a. n.
Ot.|c.ct :1.-. a .1 ................... S1:0011 a. ni.
00 :- ol a. n ...... ........ ... 8:4 a. m.
TOURISTS will find The Journal's Pana- a- n .................... 9:10 a. m.
ma Canal Edition just the thing tI send 9 m ................... 1:5 a. m.
to friends at home. It hi filled wvlh at- 140:1 am. rwi.. 11:00 a. m.
tractive pictures. scene* and views from 11: 0 n................... 11:45 a. m.
cover to cover. Prices o at bookstore or 11 :4a. n .... .............12:30 p. m.
at this office. p. In....................: 1: p n. m.
I t.7............................ 2:00 p. n,.
REPREs]NTATIVES to solic lt. extc-- -2:060 m.. ...................:1 p. m.
sively or side line. the iS,,Iool. I rug : 15 U11 ..................... i3:0 p. in.
Tispensary and Wholtesale Liquor trade : ................... ..4:15 n.
for a st;-a ight Kentt teed under irthe. I>,.-e od l4w'5 aanl, .,00 0 Ila. Satt. a.nliv, :46 p. al. 6:00 p. in.
adopted by thef 1'. S. (.Gov.rnanent forlh.s- :10 p n. 5:45 p. mn. G:0 p. n. 7:00 p. m.
pital purpose. AAl esy .ell,-.i Vrite 7 0 p. 6:3<0 p. n. 7:1.5 ni. 7: 0 p. In.
lutick for prices.t. trrit..rv. e4. .-,a :*4. ':040 p n. 7:1 p. n, 1. :00 p. ni. p. mi.
'..vlingtoa. Keunttu'k\. .-.,.tI 9:041 p. P 1:0 p. in. :4.. p. in. 9:.30 p. m.
b:-0:4 r,. a. 8.43 p. an. 4:!0 I1. m.10:30 p. nt.
... 4. n::'0P. m. 11n.11:30 p. m.
WA.NTE I-.n experienced ctok to live :0P. 10:15 p. nm. 11:00 p. rn.
on premis-s. Apply Southwest ., rner 11:00 p. m. 11:30 p. m.
Blount street and l2thl avitnueta. -t2lttf Tt, 7- 5 a. m. train from Pensacola will
WN D- --r-e so t run as lo-al train hereafter. The- 5:10
WANTED-Ant e-xperienced solicitem to n. tr n fron Harrancas will make all
sell blank t-a. .-nmforts. ledspreads. ~tops,. x -ept on Saturdays, when a local
rugs, nod lace ciurtaits. on weekly aCr .ir vwill rave Big Bayou at 6:20 p. in.
monthly installments-. S.lomon Furniture The Pena. roa-Big Bayou local will be
o.. W. Government St. l(o -tlsl discontlmn d. except on Saturday after-
WVANTK1)-LIA-ly and t entleaman can- Local f eight leaves Pensacola at
vas"rsi to hau.dl.e useful household arti- 7:15 a.m.
,.le. <3edl money: ellss at sight. Apply 10:15 a. inm.
310 E. Government St. 4oct 3:30 p. m.
IT wKES NO DIFFERN..CE what Throutg freight leaves Pensacela at

you've los or found. #4r what you have
fr sale or want to buy or exchange; it
makes no difference whether you want to
employ anyone or want a jolb. Th Jour-
nals aWan: Ads. afford the easiest, quick-
est and cheapest method.
UNCLE SAM wants Mai! Carriers and
Postofce Clerks. Examinations here
November 18. lExatnintions for Railway
Mail Clerk. Customs Clerks and Clerks at
Washington coming. $1600 to $1600 yearly.
Common education sufficient. Prepara-
tion free. Write. Franklin Institute.
Rochester. N. Y. 6octlm*

DRESSMAKING- arnm located at the St.
Charles Hotel, room 'S9, where I will be
glad to serve my old friends and many
new ones. Kveniag dres.-se and trous-
-Aajus given special attt-ntion. Mrs. L. 1B.
Keit"rick. .' -t Ilw*

Pensacola, Fla.
__- /

Neither ti" Captain. a owners.
nor consignees of me elt- roman
steamshlip M artha. will be re-
stponsible for debts ,-,ntratetl
by the t(rew of said '.-ssel.
A\. l'Y.
PNS. .' "'4f .,as-t. -.


First .a|
second caI
hour omn,
m n
l e a v i n g P '
will take
West H-ill
streets. emxc
p. mn. and !
Westt I1ill c
street to the

A lot o"
tied up in
sale, 5cab
nal office.


ave-s Pensacola at 7:00 a. m.;
at 9:00 a. m., and from that
e week day schedule will be
except a car will leave Fort
t 5:00 p. m. instead of 5:10 p.

car wlI make but one trip.
isacola at 9;30 a. m.
wishing to go to West Hill
th i1ll cars and transfer tov
r at La Rua and De illler
pt every we-k day after .
ndays after 3 p. m., when
S will run through Palafox
ltofcee and to West Hill.

old newspapers.,
neat bundles for
pdle, at The Jour-

1LffA 12P1'&RREPO'RT.

"'i. following re
for The Journal by
1-. ( .tt4,n miert-hant

S-tric t iiddlitig - lin; .
-.tri' t l'>., a latiliing

rt is furnished daily
rks & oGayl-. F. 0.
l'ensacolla, FU.:
V .......
.. .. .. . .
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EVER'Y BO'L In Wt Florida and Neither the Captain. Ownerss, sa..a.n a. a. O t.
Seath Alabama buld carry a malnl ad nor 4o.sit-ngaes of the B'riltih 'art- the naval stores .Uotat
Is this eestnn. The cost, Is only $1.50 steamship V, t s. will be WW ...............
mer me th far four lines or less. .I.iP resPrsible-, for d ebts -ont: -t- \\t W ................. I ......
d b the 'rew of' said \ s.e! N ................. . .
. .. CI ". A. GO ,ODWIN. M ..................
;L'U.F "IANSI1T C'.. t'aptain. K ................. ......
K -, "- 'I I "I. S. ,'.,,si, gn-..s. I ....................
\ 1 .................. .......
-~------ 16- nor (onigne ts of tHie ritisAi I F ..................... .
Volunteer Vetwena rtremen's Assoca- steaiiship tichmionOi. will hb' 11 ... ... .... ...... --.
ties Bmets at Kights of Collus, responsible for debts conpt-att- ; ...... .... ---
Hall the 31st iday in each month. ed ho the Crew of said vessel .pirto sTurpentine. :. j 31
U t ,-t ra ,n ,=---. mt.... J. J Market"., firrn.
ABE DANIELS. President. Conignees. THE TIMBER I
Secretary. The --wn timber
-agectically the same as tat
DAU.MHTUO @o REfEKAH. Of oldnMp small and I. demand not
.... No. ...n..' t eret afors o RuliM quotat
3 ed cKr % at.- tiMed up in neat bundles for o fw-
loui O*s SIJa. fc *raa- L-... f... w..-_. ISawn: Ykeinaad light. 24 and
I"-B aetle i.**. w a 9c a bundle, at The Jour- per cuic foot foaverages of
POLLy kALINTON. nal office.~p on 40-fot tah-2"4 and 24
uhi*" foot far av. -aeges ',f (fro

Te folluwlns
on :

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........ 4 74
to 7,.
0to 47>
S2% to 2 it)
5% cents.

feet on 4i-fot Idlais. Receipts light.
By Aesostated Pre.
Mobile. Ala.. Oct. 2-.-The Mobile tim-
ber market is ais followS:
Timber--Sawn: LqDnand. light, 236..S&
per 'ublc foot, 40-fuot baihs. Contmcting.
"Timber-Ifewn: Iemand. pooh 3#24,o
basis of 100 cu feet. average ll good.

Bacon. rib beoUle--
20 to 25 pounds ....... 1f2'
Bacon .late............ .S.4 140
S. C. Shoulders ...... ... 10f I1
D. S. Meats (per lb.)-
-ellies. 2'. to 30 Ih ... 11 11
Shoulders ............ ...Ia .*q
Hams (per lb.)-
Vanvamsed, S. C.. 1 @ -;
Picnic ............... **rO
Butter (per lb.)-
Goshen and creamery 4 W; ,2
Cheese (per lb.)-
New York*s .... 15% 1 I1
OCffee (per Ib.)--
Common .............. t%@ 7%
Fair ................. .. %
Prime ................ 1. 10%
ChoIce............... 12%i 13
Rice (ver "b)-
Fancy Head .......... ;% 9# 7
MedlunI ............ 51% :44
Cracked ............. 3. w 4
Japan fancy .......... 6%
Japan, good .......... 6%
Fleur (per bbl.)-
Fancy Patent ......... .5.4 t 3.53
Patent ......... ........ .2S A.6
Straight ..... .......... 4. ~ e 5.00
Extra Fancy .......... 4.40 9 4.70
Lard (per Ib.)-
( Tierces. L af. Base .... 11% U11,
so-pound tabe-4 c over.
50-pound tiMs--c over. *
19-pound tins-%c over.
& -pomnd tIns--c over.
3-pound tins--Ic over.
Oil (petr gal.)-
Koresfe in barrels... 11%0. 112
Keresamae. in cans.... 17% 18
Pork. per b l .......... .0 P *<|,..:
S. (1. Sugar ........... $ .... .
-'ancy Y. C. Su: r" .... 4.7' 4 4.i
Corna. aer bu.)-
\hitc ............................. A2-84
Yellow or Mixed ....................%0-hI
Oats. per bu ..........J.I............ 57-.',
Bay. (per top.,-
Timothy. ..................... 1G6.O $l 7.i,
Johnson grars ............. $12.d9112...,
Alfalfa ....... ............. 820.M00p 21. Bran, per *-wI ................ $ ."*5t >e l.:,**
Shorts. whe t .............. $I. ->'. tl1 :.t
'rac-kedl I'jrn. *-'r !Mi-lb .sa k tl.I9f S$1. L1
Bulk Corn. 3 l-2c less.
Bulk Oats. 2 1--c les.
Ground oats and Corn, sack $1.$ l$1.;."
S.S. Meal. pe-r ton ......... .$25.fow$:.5
hL Iull. per ton ..................$10.00
!orn meal., per sa.k .......... t.
Corn meal. bolted ............ $1I..9 $').0
hops. per sa<-k ............... $1.41b$l.d~
rit., sack ....... ....... $1.001S.W
The fruit and produce mnarkes to-day.
:s furnished by tHie Ja,-oby Produce "
Comnnission Co.. is as follows:
Irish Pota,-ti. western. per bu $ ..90l$1.0m
Sweet i'otatoes. per liut........ .0A .0
'-atbage per crate- ...........$d.5 .U0
-Lmons, per box ..............13.7 <1 4.6
New onloits. per bu ................:.4.i'01
Garlic, double string ............ ":Se*t
Apple. p.-r -bbl .................. 7.^#$4.i9
*Rutabagas. per bu ............. ........7'e
Peanuts. p-r lb ................ ... 4. ,"t
4 oph rs. per doz ............... :
Young I'hlck-nli-.. ip*r doz ...... !. $; :,
Grown lIfns, per deo .........$4.754To .'*
eggs. country. per d'oz .. ...... 34. 4
F Igg Tennese-., p r -I, ........... "'-
, Bananas, per bunch ............ ';cu fl.00


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W. in m osf that place, s ar- r I I ida division, will discharge the dute -
to s w "cwhrito II EscalnbIa m 'County Circult Court,
.,,an__+ +. ..l iaIIII ohinewoe. w ttoh Lm te of Florida, In Chane-rv-Adea- Ad- ,. S. mM t. u. ckaxr. j. w, DOnS,
rsihut ort She ha speedof 1 o u &nd will ofbhs new oGerme wnst ea*dat to him- st e- n-a i^ nc de s EES M. CAW J. W. DORR, w
*et 11 ifles a hour and will be The German steamship Hans Men- I I self and honor to those who elected kins. by her next hest friend. Oscar ."-1 VI-PS ldeAt. ahier. As
as at ta plaoe for towing and zell left Horn Island yesterday morn- LLI A I him. Gen. Magill has been the adju. ett, vs William Adkins. On Monday, the
tk PW Pr0. ing for Pensacola for buaker coal. tant general and chief of staff of the defendant llam rdkin. Is requ0 te 1
* Cary & Co. will furnish the'coal. Florida division for a number of years appear to the bill filed against him here- I
'he aaeack Algoma. sa11ed yester- * *" nul nuIIV Li'lllll and his promotion to the highest in. This order to be published .ach ek L T h
Ay r th w paper banks. The British steamship Hollinside, honor within the gift of his comrades aa Journal a neor F our a pueut Ishe
* from Dakar, Africa, has been released is a just tribute and recognition ofin said Escamnbia County. b .
The imacks Mary 1. Harty and from quarantine and came over a citizen AGT'S M. McMI.LAN. i -I lS.CnI13b
m ...Ju-e of the Warren Fish Co. the city yesterday. By CG. HART k IELD. D. C. ac
thave taken on supplies and areI * BUILDING PERMITS Pensacola. Fla.. OctL ::. 190DrSCT
lredy ftor st. I An interest feat in diving and ma- One Will Be Held at Gaids- TCTISSUED Vr ST V' D YIAV ctY23aw4w
Si rine engineering is being accomplish- Y NOTICE. J. J. OOTO X. CABT 3. EV T.
Tiess S tears took n ed the Misssippi river near Mc- den Street Church on The folowag permits were issued Notice is .-iven tha in accord- W. A. DA B E W. D
wapp-B %_ --y e .t ,perp ii--. ...apvu..e. in the raising of the ma- Re_ i&.llinr Inspt^- ne c-le with the provvisionn s;oonitijed In the W.
tory to selling fr he Matbi banks. rine dry ock ofh the MelNllan Dry N t naerday by Builling Inspector Reu- oftrust nmd- yth. aPent A oleneral B ndag u Traimo a Aesets sIelld; I
Howard of Dock Company, which sank some oneCail-"il: rompa t . Busnt-l.
1%o.a.l tter thew w hil.......el was bing-To L.M. Davis to erectfour one- .Tr=tee. the. fal lutoin4 ..coud mortgage imillm e Attm.
The ek Lattle G. Howan of the weeks ago while a vessel was bens to- fa .m. D t, located as fol- bonds ofe thr Pensacola Country Club At.
E. &. SI*tWrsUCo.'s fleet, was towed put aboard her. The dry lock is Ctory trame - ted ompan numnbered 19. 29. .t8, 66 and -7T.
ever froe tu aiwie wayn yesterday 350 feet long. and has a. beam of six- It goes without saying that a Sun lows: Corner Cervantes and DeVil- have been drawn and will be redeemed f. .
She heawlmes at the ways for three ty feet, and is more than forty feet day school that can keep its old school. liers; North G, near Latua- corner upon p entation to th FirstmNational KNOWLE BRO P aCla, St.
mBotha aa4 has bees rebuilt. high, so that the task is regarded as ars and win new ones, rust grew. G and LaRta, West LaRua near .G 1908, an.d from that date interest on Insrac Gulf St1
a one of the most difficult that has been and as an aid In both a "Rally DA-" s the said bonds r-eases. lRE L A- mbN. AR.l- VJ
The asack atttie Haskina is readY attempted in this vicinity for some a day not be despised. Real Estate Transfer. PENSACOLA C U BLTRY .IiELU L, E. W W
for sa. She will probably sall to- years. Sunday, the Gadsden Street S p- ...__ s a ., th e, Ste ,octonwSw scretarL Tie Eui"able
day. Work on the dock was begun about day school will hold its "ltallfr .wrSeg.Se s..y ode s as ft ess NOTICE. a A SUA CE .. -
* .three weeks ago, but was abadimned A good programme will be readered br the Pm nma s aL.: Office of. the Southern States Lumber ..- -l.. s LACARRA
The British sastlm ip Silverdale. after more than $1.UO had- been and among the good tMhings wl be -I Comoan"y.2P-p-eo oleoredaa Octobeatr .. ,I- i
which aed here from Psftgoula spent on it and a new corporation, special choruses by the dcolars, sn Geo. W. Ho we to Lee T. Meade, i Notice Is beby gven that the; S *
rlsaled sr the MNeely Wreckig Company, took violi numbers by Mrs. WEr S $100 and other cons.-Lots 1, 2. 3 and a nrM meetngof the stocholders of RICK M
Bue~ mo-i : charge of it. Last Friday dfters lams and Mts Fulghum. 4. BIk. 36 of the Bel t held at its office in the City orfensa-' -
-* * were put tp wot Iad thus far the An lvitaton is extended to the a .. n the 11th day f aNovember. AD. j ti
-i' TAdn4esk systeaikia_8wetb wreckers bave "e to get a public generally. and the xcel O e oclock AI BoGHAM *B? SS S
AurUit, rgta tw Iv lnae log chain about 2w feet long- wold like to see as yp bundles Ofor ocusoFww sAcretr : -
alles, will be put into opera4be wben around the dry dock and by means of parents present as possible-. e,_ c a bun*., at The or- '
the planned extension of the present a crane, which aa bet riged p on .. ead The Journal W t ,
works of Rio de Janeiro is completed a barge, to one side of the *dock, has Subscribe for The Jom a Wl iceSbsibe for The Journal. Columns Ttha rsir

b e raised SSUief to tso sI I u iFRESH OYSTERS
inam 5.ILL. i &0 ssmn (sR Every day. The larGHmb ate
j|--- JtS t,---.k& ,S.S.,, IIL L. H I1 n u Oyster Depot has moved to! "
the leak part .a were a a--- ... 112 South Palafox St., Phone

senc ofiiiot her lab or m a ra eS i eed -A X
ad the wr s f t Dr. Jno. B. Tiller Are ideal for use when the mornings
.- .w. l we wil be able to riset ie do Check RvJ1'Frockici Louis. during regula office are hours at 310 lottntle warmth. Si
,*++ imSS.^S _--B^ - --_ mme. wm without- ay furtBer -cu"lty The B uii .
,,- P P ui bt"at a" tf a" ville YCstArday Amount- Bud a valve, strike a match and you have a w
^^ ^^, mii~a~fc^l *m~~nonin Tlma. goes well up to that tae& it tis .. A.t- _
thought that all danger o failure is Gas Heaters from $2.50 to $10.00.
*seesUil^ "^,1 began work ad parts a t'It were --o1moehsawAdgesTo
about f our feetunder thle.pqrfacet City Tax Collector Whiting yester- ur collars to aggravate PENSACOLA GAS COM
the water. Now it has been raised day received a check from the Louis- the man and make the Po 1 24 2 G
so that almost all of the top Is above ville and Nashville Railroad Company r blue. Our modeE. Garden
water. The work is being watched for $8,878.10 in payment of taxes on alr blue. u modem
3 n eater i with interest by river men, as the property owned by the company in machines dampen, fold
,*~ ~~~ *'i -j k aadry dock is regarded as a valuable this citv. .. L --'__
property, and it saved it will mean The total amount of taxes charged and smooth the collars
j. much to its owners, against the company amounted to almost to perfection.
,hs IS2 w ovy o $9,000. but the two per cent dis
a .ny Cleared. 3 count allowed for payment of taxes It makes it a pleasure 1880
.* -a'm Saluto. Nor bk, Hanssen. 733, for during this month brought the fig- to wear them. For the
B f ia eswy A lp T tBe widc Conception. with 588.000 s ft lumber. ures down to the amount stated
A ar i4wn'N4 1 =6 Martha, Ger ss, Ley, 803, for Huel- above. sake of comfort try us
P va, with 134,000 s ft lumber, 276,000 a I I iani~ r lM
me f- *e a, ft sawn timber; for Oporto, with: Slightly Colder with Snow. With yOUr neXt lot. IS tl S
S- l 420,000 s ft lumber. When you see that kind of a weather
.. 4i 9 B r ss SIlverdale for Buenos Ayres. forecast you know that rheumatism NEW METHOD LAUNRY. -
"hs s .AM B" r" ssS .- ------- f er weather is at hand. Get ready for '
__,___, -LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT. It now by getting a bottle of Ballard's E. W. LAWRENCE. Prprietor.
SteamStelps. Snow Liniment. Finest t:ung made, 15-17 W. ROMANA ST.
a& a jl an to Pensacola Lumber Co. sore and stiff joints and muuscles. all Sne n. .
a Venus, Br ss. Goodwin. 2259. Belize aches and palns. 25c, 50c and $1.00
S bto .Gulf Transit Co. a bottle. reomne wi It is cheaper, absolutely safe, and far
:I- ""_ ,_ _.*_1,' ,,!_'* .inwe i Mars, Ger ss, Henderson. 22;6. Gul- Sold and recommended by W. A. l aO utly am a t
er R mor nd Bto asr Cox. 20D9, Axim 12A mtre, d t a.d apot veniCent, inasmuch as they are payable, NO"
Sporttoulf Trary &it Co. t and at postoffice money order at the office on whi
M ,tO Vivina. Span as, Arroteug'ii, 1983, ot c
J- .| ULJverpool. to Gulf Transit Co. mbut payable at any part of the United Stati
Ad9elheld Menell er as, drafts cost less than any other form o
Sdon Co. L ILL U money by mail.
_____ .Pouiaron. Br as, Canham, 1250, Vil-
la Real to Jno. A. Merritt & Co.
Romsadalen. Br as, Witten, 1632,
..Y Vera Cruz to the KeyFer-Muidon Co.
Domgate, Br as. Rippn, 1926, Car-W ll
IdiE to Fr. Jullas Schreyer. L
T H. LILY Sandown, Br s. Paterson, 2773, mm I I' ltAf1I
U Tampico to Gilf Transit Co. U o .In. He IVIII0CK of Fla..4
OUR NEW PATTERN IN TABLEWARE. shipsc... o .Gt M o. New Cotiusauder of the Flor- D 'S N Desi Poisacola. Florida.
To tes Jms ornh. where te old set .ha- video to Rosasco Bros.18 ida U. C V Saw Much DENTAL SUREON Designated Depository of the United
toe ds onme se ios es replieg la by -a n this pttern with Its Mjorc, Nor ship. Arnesen, 990. U. c and Bridge Wort a Specalty. w. H. Knowles. Predat. w. Hy. J., J Vl.e PreMient
rmostI lfiW1 ef a LRy on a platein biground recmmens itself for Buenos Ayres to A. Ze ius. Palnless ExtractUp of Teeth. The, W. irent, At*. m w. N. Metm, Ama.
l -el- s e r1ane ite Mabella. Nor ship, Backer, .63, Serice. IMeoved to 810 renlt Building. Direct, -F. C. Bre t. W. A. iUm% W. Knoes W. K.
Aberdeen to order. PHONE 1Ks. Ka.-._ ye.
cERSON'S Ocean, Rus bk. riksen. 1239, Rio record of Major Gen. RoberthJ.ea- ---
Janeiro to A. Zellus. gill who was elected commander of
Remonstrant, Nor bk, Rostrup, 1i08, the Florida division of the United D IR E C T O R Y
Puerto Cabello to A. Zells. Confederate Veterans at- the 18th an-
Nordlyset. Nor bk. Christensen, nuil reunion held at Tampa last
S1464, Buenos Ayrs master. week, says the Jacksonville Times- PROESSIONAL
*, .San Antonio. Span. bk, RGura, 1242, rS. Pensacola Bank & ru
SaluD, Nor bk, Hansen, 733, cuerto--Un. Magill is one of the most dis- Dr. Chas. W. Fain,S COla an ru
Cabello. to Ri M. Robinson.dtivision. He entered the service as Dentist.
Hiawatha, Nor bk, Jonoson, 1406, d. i is He e. tere t evi a ChagDe Moderate. C $00,000.00
A Y U KUtw Liverpool to master. soldier on December 27, 1860, the office, Masonic Bldg, Next to Dr. Welch's
Borroundale. Ras bk. Ericksen, night after Major obert Anderson,. T. A. JENNINGS1 CARL H. JI
1191. Pt. Nollata to master. commanding the U4*ted States troops T. G. YATES, M. D.. V resMi
for Gavarone Fratelli, Ital bk, Rittore, in Fort Moultrie,' on Sullivans Island, Optican.
1463, Genoa to master. S. C. evacuated that fort and took 410 Blount Building. DIRICTORS
SSchoe er posestion of Fort sumter. year r an .....
MD --.Y *L--flnTRA. -la islufcil WlUh A Doris, Am. sch., Axelson, Bal- He served as a private and corpo- l miae P arwner,. L. Ro. _. R. J.enn
*r,--VJ W llfl U II&i M sesul W'fflIIC timore to master. ral in the First Rifles of ti.e South B .er Joram, Jr. Thm. P. Wt. W. C. '
.. s .... ... ... .-.-..... . .-Donna Christina. Am sch, Frisbie. 165i, Belise to master. Fort Sumter by the- ConfeoAerates on DENTIST L A. W
The O l Pure Extract of Pepper. .. "Aprnil14,18t. 3". Bl..,nBin .--. .111-- m ` T --- cT "-
the bt Sace of Oysters and Meats. RS Int oea sn L WE DO A GENERAL BANKING AND
Dot Take Any Substitute. ULll lL t mn heclAdv ersementsc BUSINE.S.
TakIAny Sustitute.OYSTERS ARE with.thistr-tond. eairteUNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
of the Army of Northern Virginia up Northern Diztrirt of Florida. -ly virtue
S General to and including the great battle of or an order of .-h- issited out ofrteF Ii'nit-
n1s I Fredericksburg. 'Il States Distrhit court for thel Northern
S. UGELM AN CO g. ents. District of Florida. on the twentvy-third
lll UU I UL Gen. Magill's regiment was fearful- day of Oc-tob-. 1*)S. not. is hereby giv-
._ P-.- .... K GoAN & VERY SCIAC ly decimated at the second battle of en that I will sell by public auction, for Nv u
Try r Cigar. Manassas in January, 1863. After cash, on Friday. the thirtieth day of Oc-
this great conflict his regiment was Santa Roe county, Florida, the steamer
Hiarvst FPlour Supply in Escambia And sent to Macon, Ga., to recruit, -where "Linus." her engines, boilers, machinery.
he was promoted to a first lieuten- boats, tackle, apparel. appurtenances and
East Bays Seems to be ancy in 1864. During this period and Ro .trounty, Florida. T~. F. Mourin.V I
until the close of the war he was United states Marshal. 215o5t
S'Failing. most V. the time commanding his ADVERTISEMENT.
---------------------------- Fa ng,- own dE Apany. Sealed proposals for the construction is best cultivated by practice. Ope
Battle Of-Olnstee. of a concrete bowl and foundation for the
B- -* Under present contracts the plans He also partijcliated In the battle ron fountain to be placed in the Plaza, C nt in our Savings Department an
Ir for tte bu~ildi of an exte Reports by" ovetermen who have re of Olustee, the most furious conflict together with all the necessary pipes,
Droprovide for the biuildinofnn e xt of ue te I according to theplansterest you to keep t
S aion of ten miles of docks to the two turned from the oyster beds up the waged on Florida soil during the and specifications on file. will be received o t t se t
lU Il Imi I e L n s already provided for, this addl- bay are to the efect that oysters are whole civil war. His commander was b the Pa Park.Commisioners up to amount t0 swe theaccount. Try i
I_ .. tion1l dockage being secured by career now than in former ys: st- d killed in this fght and he was then Pro e ta d e to A Gremnhut n lar will do at fArst.
*i- i*III "building piers at right angles to the that diligent search for them results the ranking lieutenant present. Chairman Plaza Park Commissioners, and
M1 *i rbshore to the north of the present in very small catches. They say that After this bloody fight he served endorsed. "Prte slsa for the Contraction tru-orI
UIl M i L decks, whtih -re constructed as a the amount and size of oysters in on the coast of Georgia and South ......te wl F i Foundation forN
MIN I n~lUlllfiL curved frontage on the bay without Escambia bay falls away short of the Carolina until Sherman's famous in .'the Plaza Park commissioners reserve ERlvAmNymqr^ NATIONA E
*WW y slips or piers. Three great piers will supply of recent year. Nearly all of vision, when his regiment evacuated tue right to reject any or an bi .
I*msaiAbe built at a ditauce of 1115 feet the oysters found at this place are be- the coast., and retreated into North Spefinatlo a an form r designated Depository of the United S
JEW-SP from each other. Consul General An- low the size allowed to be caught 1bY Carolina, suffering severely at Chle- nut.. i
derson reports that the plans approve law. and according to those engaged raw, S. C. PLAZA PARK COMMiSSIONERS. N Chas. W. Iame' I. U. lauk, 3me.. Pf*oIew. 5.
ed by the Brasilian government doubt. in the business a bard search results Gen. Magill participated in the Proldt. PIo res,. & COasIer. Amst. Cashier. A
yln ,-less will be carried out, provided the in only catching oysters of medium final battles of the Confederate army Pensacola. Fla.. Oct. ",. l0os-Notic,- Is to-___h.is__ --_ _. .
1 money can be secured. It is estimat- size and a limited number. at Averysboro and Bennettsville. N hereby given that a meeting of the stock-
Sed that the additions planned will aReports from .ast Bay are about c.. and finally surrendered with John hodr of t ---"-d .....Hot Company
Khtt^lIITrM llrtim 1 aadd a* bout $1S.B00. ,0 to the cost of the same as from other locaUles, andrson's army at Greensboro on May 2, in the City of Pensacola. Florida. on thbe
*--^- the work. The averaIe annual ton- in consequence of the small supply 18f. 9th day of November. 10o8. at 7 o'clock -- it k n m n1

B Inow being constructed at Rio are men say there are plenty of small ida division is a thorough soldier and Thousand ($200.000) Dollars. and to secure PENSACOLA
TB. IW WF! i- t. owned by the federal government of oysters in the different beds, but as disciplinarian and he is greatly be- athe same by trust deed upon th ,e mort- ..
__ Brail, which has decided not to oper- soon as they measure up to the legal loved by his comrades who fought aeor the proprtlaf tthe a n ahoth nd A enersl U~dg Bdus G*a o- *8 5f i C
ate them itself, but to lease them to size they are taken from the water, with him in the greatest conflict of business as may come before the- nmeet-- _
The eighteton Camollae Iawach Cm. private parties, who wll manage and thus preventlSng a big supply of what the world's history. In.g. t. K,..T YONGE. _
us. iuitt at Dohnmia aad w ne control them under government regu is termed "large oysters: Gen. Magill, who succeeds Gen. W F secretary.1st Vice-President S .. -e i --. ------
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S Agricultural Ct of refereece to the. grade of goods w*ica ,
C|2 S l"youlr committee has recommended for
Sof C m ere o to hefarmers in Escamobia
Chamber of. n county. "-,'"I N-Go
-There is no question about it that
,..Stig Takes up the Matter. the higher the gsade of fertilizer the R
----. ---- _farmer will use. the better the results fr
forni. that will be obtened. butn we are e ady you here
Ut .de. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN thoroughly. satlsaed with our know 9 now in the Novern.
edge of the ter r. business and Yoe be weRLdreied if your shoes are wrsn.
ishes, THE COMMITTEE AND THE twenty-five y~ars experience, that Yorw shoes ware t ight if theydo not conformto te styles. If they ber Magazines.
--you would never get any large l "d y t proper and if they dwoo bear up wo'under vow fora low time
rk, re- GOULDING FERTILIZER COM of farmers who will use as high.a ids of weather.
TPANY REVEAL WHY PLANTERS grade of good as you recommend for rry Shoes wi solve your she problems fr all time, and youwiae ur N w
DITS VALCotton and corn. This grade is wel! the cousfonird knowledge that your feet are properly dressed.
,. Shitn DO NOT PURCHASE AND COM- suited for trucking and it is about the Vu will be thoroughly comfortable and you will save money.
4-grade that we very frequently sell fo! Barry shoes. are handsome shoes. splendidly made by Union labor fro WI PANY DOES NOT MANUFACTURE that purpose, but there would be very cosdy materials.
few farmers who would purchase it We would Je to ow them to you, and how you se for yrsel how S. Paafx
all the HIGHER GRADES OF ERTILIZER for corn or cotton on accou.t of the good thy really are. 109 S. Palafox
very high price that would have to be fCLOTHING AND SHOE STOR.
asked for it. The formula you give i a most m N
Recently the agricultural committee would prod-ye about Ia l 0 U 321-323 South Palatox St.. Pensacola, Pta.
of the Chamber of Comauerc took 00 wr cent. available Phosphoric ious One, and you'll
up with the Gouldlag Fertiliser Co.Acid. c cidh cato
o .,matter of Zertili.ers ,bet suited for -per cent. Ammonia. fi "th ch g
cArNbia soil and cro and,,_dte ~. w ou d cotn farmers some rin a
tlowingvery interesting tco e th l..ik.toome ou r combined ad-
en"e resulted therefrom: thing like $3.00 per ton. vantage.
Pensacola. FP.. Oct. 21. 190S. It is not oar desire, and in fact we
in tiea City. do not believe it is the desire of any

D* G in : Rertilr c cpa. ,.fertilizercompany. to make 'ow gradeore
i* g the agricultural experts fromte god We. fom ohers .
Stae Exp..erimentSta in -houghis --I but in this age most people are look o
chamyr ofs ommerea ohol ding out for something cheap and th Ca- B

S farmers' i a institutes. the statement Was call on the mand turers for cheaa J J
ubhaueyro ofae h a er zeu hlda lt is fertilize tu satisfy he farmer. ands IoXX Xpeo Z G B o S e
not buy from yter a fert thatIs that way there are a great deal of low U
beat suited for i.. lcounty thougha as stated, thoe manufacturerH U N T w
-PAWN- and crops. tht.h would much prefer puttIng the high
It wasc d rthat the ade goods ket. pI at
imula t hat you supply is about t oses nothing It; in the first Get Ready. The Fun Starts on .
t possible formula that could be place he gets the e valent value ani
The following is the formula recoan- tation for himself w which he cannot dch s
mindedd bm the agricultural exports t on the low grade goods, so there is
""the farmer. iz:e everything to ble gained by the menu
Aci di Phosphate.. eo................gseniprr i ,selling high grade good. The woods are full of birds this season, and cary a fine Une of tht v works o.f t
Cotton Seed 'Meal .904 .. .. standard authors In -letsIn direct com-
1oulphate Pash ...... 30and oth a n tmeing to be lost lit's time you were getting yourself in Shape .tO etito wth the travelling book agus.
he 8 h.............It ewouldu give us great pleasure in i vooS .tti. Thaekn ra'.. Coope. .hakespea.
20 deed to advocate this grade of goods after them. We have an exceptionally strong lin W il bei aes ato t shows oun i, m
I and. as stated before, we do have tbls petition with any ofer that ou m h V
The farmers claimed also that they grade of goods an some grades high of f-n t book agentts or subscrption heuset
could not even buy sulphate potash ert han this that w1offer the farmers
from you and do their own mixing.g ut aco tha t weid T. P H OWL
'o f e "u.but it Is ony occ Boots and Shoes H t ARRY t. O LAND.
One of the xwerts. 'Mr. C. K. M- any of them that will purchase it. We Hunt g Boots and Shoes a .
Being -unable to bo wht he waste e tre tl es in ouern or .toby .ath-Wn. d e! c tO ,l, , i-2
If soet ko s ISouthern Flor which we will be pleased to show you. Also flannel _
Jacksomvalle houses, and tbat other her's Special, which is guaranteed: shirts and sweaters.
In his section did the same. though 00 per cent. Available Phosphoric t te S -el-_ t
the cost was very heavy on amOt Acid.
of the long haul by rail. 4t : per cent. Ammonia tson, Parker & Reese Co. Electrical ture desk lights
know nothing of the merits of the 10 per cewt Posash... telhol ia ees k lhetc.
various formulas buitt frorthe lotr- We can manufacture just as hige 'Everything to Wear." N NTR T TOO L ar
mateon picked ip It seemed to me that grade goods as any company In exist NO CONTRACT TOO SMAL
the^ ^^ frechduta ence'. and are always- ready to do Pw ~s>ably
also thatconsiderable busnles if we can di spose of them. We think E. W PEAKE,
i going st you that rightlly belo g you are working on the right lines in .e. "
to thisterrtor. advocating' these ,grade goods for c I
I would bI glad to hear from you the farmers and we certainly hope Johnsoi antd Isaac Carpenter. ofRESH OYST k"
ipon the subject. that they will. ttt 1*kb of them Grand Ridge. and doing a generalR

expertf t tersee i deari e the border Watyt s halthe tare shedue at abu The Oit Depot has a"xwred to
SThe "g-2-2-formuhlamay be Just the no merchandise e usil ess filed a yetist- y. Thld fa .. .. C
1g i thing for other sectlms but the thre high grade goods u.tI -we havee tary ptition, In which the liabilit4i -es
agatust it for this section. Conld you.e materials on hakd making them assets, including the stock. are clatn- 112 South Palafox St., Phone .
no putt up a special brand of-fertillier and ean ,manufacturef theca at any ed as exempt. 1 t
Yours Very truly, have-alli the endour.u untary petition in court, petitioning -- -- E"I i
Se F. F." BINGH AM. tomes all knowi.the .ca.obtain themo that t oe company rbe declared bank- o i
Chamber of Commeree. I value. TI r .I1 '14t mercantile business, and tl.+ petition-
The Cinowpany's Reply Y irs very trul. I ng creditors. with the amounts due .reply to the aville Squar .
Montgomery. Ala.. Oct 23, 1908. THE GOUTA)ING ,ERTILIZER ~CO it. are t as followih: tahoudall. Brown &r a
S.Mr. .F r Bing-a. MemM er gre-i E. R. Tabe'. Vi e-President. Co.. of Bi am. $. 56.o: Ro t's "
tiral Committee. kChamber of A Johnson.Rand Shoe Co.. of St. Louis, s.peake r o l of l..
S merce. Pensacola, F ia. o A SHAKING UP $2a2.M0 and . H L wis, arianna,
"Dear Sir: We are in receipt of may all be very well so fair as the FL. about $7.000. the latter ibeIng il ,- pe t -
o', y favor of the 2st inst. .anhave trusts are con,, but -t wh st- for accounts and Judgment transfer- and Pensacola, which -would make a
your....orofth2stearcocre.u we red t o ulA against .. -tK th. lee pwis-McKin- good circuit. By taking in Selma the z ona-. We
noted carefully all you have to say in comes to chills and fever and malaria non Co. i for value.i distance to Pensaola red be so t the b ins. of
Quit the quinine and take a real cureno o. or e. asanee t possible tba t we h be n ht the bs of
-Ballard's Heil-fine. Contains no creased. It in Leage ts inDe- e._i..
harmful-drugs and is as certain aA emberPeCotton State la 'igue meets in DeacOtactorg, and
taxes. If it doesn't cure. you'get your U Ui L member Pensacolawite send a delega l
Jacksuare money back. 2c, and $1.00 a bot- i tion to whatever ci ty he meet ing is
o. oe mD Rheld in and will urge the granting of .rance of honest goods
Sold and reemsameded by W. A. a franchise for this city.
Srd D.'Alemni erte. r "ggist and apotheca ry.T f r l t he letter of President Crowder, and a strenuous effort to
121 South Palaeox street, Pensacola in. i T n part. is as follows
Coffee-Iv&-v R n lII I "'Responding to your valued favor L.i

FI | w ...... ti ...- IIIh IIII IIIiII in b lhe dotton St."es Leaue direcol |in I
('ualitv troducehs ualt after adjournment of the Southern McKenzie Ocrting
V ity. W g-uarantee that ._ .. League Writes Regard- oc, A k.ct o Jh I Ite
each can of our Jackson TaioFs. am not in a position at thIs FranChse. tim to offer you any encouragement
uare has uniform as to membership in this league, as .
Set. ow 5 cents at 11 A reply to the letter rlc+ntly di- the application for a franchise from
your grocer. "'Ask the of the Cotton Sla, Iagte, h en vorabl consideration on count, of .. ...... .
Illa. Will Appear at Salvation received 1)y parties in this (ity who Jdistance.
are behind the movement to secnre "'A: the league meeting referred to -
a franchise in that league, and put a [ will be compelled to resign the
Army Quarters for Three first-class baseball team inl Pensacola. presidency for the reason that I have
.IS .., o ff. At present the league is composed been ile-ted mayor of thiscity and the
Ip porter U OiUll qMi, Successive Nights. of six clubs. th bei'g Columlbuts. time not devoted to my personal at- U IbS u ,
.. acksonill. Gulfort..Meridian. Mon- fairs will be given to local city affairs.
Ltd., New Orleans, La. roe and Vicksburg. The idea of the "' shall be glad to place Pensacola's ab TM P _- Sdi
Lewis Bear Co., Tomorrow evening at 7:31, o'(lockl Peneamclians is o nmak' the league claim for membership before the c
will witness the inauguration of a "e eight clubs, taking in both Selmaleague directors."
I Ninaacs Wu$. tL ries of, lectures to be g,,en by Joe -
G.Iamhp e knowu t',rnnouhout Salvation

lkwile i~Polaftx
an~d Govot.
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Army circles as "Joe the Turk." The
army quarters on West Government
street will be th2 scene of the inter-
esting events, and many are planning
to be in attendance- GarabeJ is the
son of an Armenian priest. and had
& sister who is at. present engaged
in missionary work in T'urkey. H.-
will speak of his experiences to:nor-
row evening. and on Suiday and Mon-
day eveniag.s.

Next Week.
singingg aed Dancing. One Voluntary and Another
j L-q iji. 5aa&iM~T''Q' .AT E' 9..&f~

Comedy Sketch
The One Sig Laug".



Involuntary Filed Yes-

Two etiokm in bankr',iptcy were
filed in the United States court yes-
terday, one being .oluatary and the
otier inyrauntar*. poth the firmi are
located it Jacksda -ounty.
Johnseu q composed of J. A.





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Pensacola, Mary E Ltr mand oofgy Mal
James Joraud. Capt.
,eaves landkg Moenday, Wednesday aad
Friday at 7:20 a. m.. makiltng reirular stos
at Harris. Mary l Esther. Canp Walton,
UedaJ : amm Ueu. n .
R a"turh. -leavei Bogy Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday at w:* a m., ar-
rtvhing Pensacola 1 :30 p. in.
Passenger and freight service.
r. a ,ppy to P. 3. . ,Whrl
Contractor and Manager. Laral ne 71
South Palafox. Phone 80.

Mobile &.Gulf Steamship Co.,
* in eOnnsstlpn with the Atlanta A t.
Andrews Bay Railway steamship Mante ,
freight and passengir evicrv between
Uwobile, Penacola. Panama Citt. St. An-
drow, MUlvllle and all Mpoints On L An.-
direws* y. making confctmc witW MA.
& St. A. W. Ry. train& Panam City. Toes.
days and Thursdays.
Fer additional Informati- for freight
and pmainge rates, apy to
BelU Phone 120.

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