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: 11 1, 1908
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075911
Volume ID: VID01229
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 16280864
alephbibnum - 000373755
lccn - sn 87062268
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news-journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal (Pensacola, Fla. : Daily)

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iig temperature; igStt east to southeast winds.

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rectstet-ltbe people

tco to taxpayer. .
the awa-kead oaolac of th m
tion ean to thg e of tj-te- t I
the human heart and to tha growing
desire for 6r hood.
"With a Vfictry for the
national tilet, wft, d eimocratie
elegm as ta thtLe force of
a popular di I o IL re we ean
compel the alkmai t yto l toOhe ex-
the pwl o te psoem an et o
uthe her odo

*The aw cilC party eftra the
only pronO t of remedial legislation
and, whl~ it des not go so far as
Owns r-af --bT-would tHe to so, a
gwills ae as
IS now attainable,
reform whik to
ih 6ave right to ex-
ea ecopceatio of
these wihoreformn set forth
n"ot to teMr the Amer-
lean Vt the threat of a panic
will met We have had three
sancs in-t yYears. the paa-
le of I8s ane at 1893 and the
an e 7. and two of these pealm.
came a high tarlif aleach of
Chem aims under republican prea-
dents, Mr. Taft says that a panic
will oe tf I am elected. Let him
give bond that this panic will go if
he is elhteed When be say% that a
demoeratle victory will bring a panic.
he expmmes a o*pilnion. When I say
that a destructive panic came last
ftll without waiting for a democratle
victory I state a fact that cannot be
disputed. Our platform presents a
plan for the restoration of prosperity
upon a permanent basis-a prosperity
in which all wil share. The republi-
can party has no plan that contem-
plates their the present relief or eon-
tinuad welfare of the people.
b is Unfair.
*:Tt en candidate has the I
A-r-stig tCat saMes from the fact that
; party is In power. He has the aid
oft an army of biceholder": he has;
the aupport to all the monopolies and
law.Iofu trusts. he has a large
campaign ftnd, the source of which
hia committee refuses to diceloe. and
anost of teg leading newspapers are
allied wiT him 4ad the interests
which bh tpresents. I Insist that it
Is not fair or the president to U
his ol e-" office that beIons to
all the peqpo-as if it were a party
as*t or a Iersonal asset and enter I
actively into the campaign. It of-;
fends the sense of justice and ought
Sto arouee a protest from those who
belleve'that to the selection of the
\ chief executive the people should be
\ bsolutely free to choose whom they
\ lease.

I: gYa-Kern Fund

: s Almost $900.00 0
E v Tae i at a Kura campaign fund closed last night, and The 4
Jomrmal O tW d .a ic = that elmoWst $900.00 was contributed *
i j ggzl g t amount is $894.60, lacking only $510 *
. o 4 gM oatritJe, will be received by The Journal, a they
y woe .I r l Dpleautic headquarters too late to be available. The *
y eeatnribtwUas yesterday were as follows:
r JerSptt* eoos& city ....................... ........ ...... $ 1.00 *
7 Threbah Larkin Cleveland, DeFuniak Springs.
to Dr. LP..Cw S u.m ................. ....... .......... 2.00
The e M i..-.;... .................... ......... ...... 1.00
bee c:. B. Cpben ......... ...................... ........ 1.00
W. T, ~ ;............................ ........ ........ 1.04 *
0- C. L. Rij bourg .........,4..........- .......... ......... 1 0 *
0 J0 Pge D. Slt Aod .... ,............................ 1.0
A eX--- ......i -..................... .. ...... l.6
*. i w. I w. .i.k ...... ...... ...... ................... *.
,- Jassn W P Baecott .... ............. ......... ........ 1.00 ,
SWm. e ..... ................... ......... .. 0
S Ja. P ott ... .................................... 1.00 &
4W .4 0 W ." I r. et ...................... ........ ........ 1.9 *
G e. 7 W C.: t ... .. ...... ......... .................. 1.00 *
aferUr W. C............ ........ 1.00 0
no angers ............ .... .. .... ..... I... ........... 20
SBoo . ... 2 *
Total ... ...................................$ 18.50 4
S AekwId yetrday ................ ......$17.00 *
.a total *....... .................. .... .. .... .. 4.50 *



M40V uit isft. -PRICK, 5 CENTS



He Goes Hit
ter in 'm
Electoral V


He Claims flu '
Will Carry
York, Kansas
North a
Rhode Ishea
Ohio, M
and Many

y A
\ew York Oct. 1,
fountain areeRt
Square se
the iv-al -
and Repuba n i
esie4 today the mas l
of victory.
Against 325 elect
by Chairman Frank
Tart, Chairman Nem-
today set the eti i
Bryan. Cha*W
th" votes for Bi l
greatly from his t
He Includes .Mary-
Missouri In the **dIM



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SJournal WII Bulletin : Long Voyage, Presom.

The Election Returns : ably to Mexico.

The Journal will receive tfe election returns at its office Tuesday CAPT. HARRY DALY
nIht from three different sources, as follows: T
The Associated Press. HAS DISAPPRAPRI
The Western Union Special Service.
The Squthern Bell Telephone Long Distance Service. .
As fast as the returns are received from these different sources *
they will be bulletined in The Journal office, and be flashed by stere- Vessel Has Crew of 12 Mai,
Oopticon upon a screen where all can see them. Some of Whom laim
The public is invited to be present and to receive the reports as
fast as tbey come in. They Did Not 9$nm
#* 'eday morning, The Journal will contain a resume of th- elee- i. N-
tIon result and its readers all over West Florida will get the news Where They Were Gaki
from The Journal before it can be had from any other paper which
reaches them. While Others Say They
.Shipoed For Labrador For
a Cargo of Fish.

GOiV' HASKEL.. AFTER o-ft .cl fof. n
Am oe. redl.e W. A
plalthem pltlalm a Lao ttatemen. that
Goes For Presidenit on Oil 4GSn0 g0it the reed gme Aiss
Lease of Osage Indian s f stmOmafss t mou Or .;
diary, -Ad mofd wa ea tAl th t '4
nTribual Lahds. thematter a l HM S Daryft. Oel.
mnaBter. Isetaito return f40 ae W-Vemn
Thsw- the do. seBow a- kMi welt-
Says That It is His aDuty a- noe-~yoom 4 at Wtbe w seCe
unniGovernlor of OamCaoma ta M
l BI1/ oe That This Grows Is- e Ted IIn.tigti. -
j justice to T.wo Thoull '* s..ed atmv-tl-Um ta
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One Bet-
g the

tes claimed
W*hopck for
L Mack late
- -vote for
Settiumte of
*s not differ
p ,statement.
|NM4w and

elodes in aldto-ta t 1-, voes Of Outplay dthe Tennessee at .nlan lUkl IzLu s s om apty "i mm B
the solid south the as Lales. Side -Steppd by the P w tamre dlway,
Sa oral appeal to the Every Point othe people Jer Every Point of the Game. et, --d p aS
the United States for support of the O ron, Rhodejla. Virginia, l ^Of O ~ .. of the S deley. 3Ie ftado the
Wo"Is m. Of Democratic national ticket Willam WyIdaho, t AIe a mXu- .d.lo4er, lbt little
Bryan at this place today wed S, S Poyed Yes eday a sla..... .... 1. at iM
Sattees on Jon uthrie, Oct 81. -- CaO. N. B- *
ege be, 3.- ch- kells letter to P idet
nrbit by a score of written a Oct. 21st, was p ie ages a
tir t- *am Me t ha Michigbyan team today and is as SellowsO:
oed elect ofAr. m every Guthile, Okla., Ot. 21- -.. -

00"ty heust gnawtes a&*:The first score was made the firt cled W ar
very trust biagna te is supported ag five minutes of play, Allerdlee kicking the renewal of the oil I1- 0 a8.a
yTat. the Repubican candr..ef.nd a go. Michigan layed an offensive hundred and eighty Imrs o ~- .e g
---- Pm. CSmbdsaymt o Mried r. Mor k etl gaese, puutigW reguhlarly and then hold- osae Indian tribal -ads.. Toea g. they er- en-.- a .
C Oct. L1.-"TIBs has bees wVhy does Rockefeller stand for Taft anderbt team fo dowo unt On October fifth, aving further t..
me of the guestdal ad I ever expri- Because Taft stands for Carn giU Lorange c (o. NOW Have Mhan made two touch-downe and pressure for Investigation, of the ja- tt they were
aced mI a amaIn." wnemarked Wmi. Why does Carnegie stand for Taft thve goWls fiam placement. Blake- Just character of that lease, and har- prem theveIelbE
J. Brys a, ateppead from apecd Became Taft stands for Carnegie made a single touchdown for Vender- ing ascertained that the Osages nBoston to lbraor for
t""late u..taht -t .ewoo.. after Wh does the biscuit company stand Factory On West Jack- bit on the only forward ..s bi s.e.g- our citizens.f it wa my duty be- o ---i d"--
full dyIn i He quickly for Tvft? Becae he stands fofowgou c e
W ft tay fm tnd Hwas e U tckly t ..Whdoes t s he tbaoo o team successfully worked. Allerdice yond q.e0~ia to demand of yoU as the Even t er claItms at be
yeft te tsUdas wat airy obeNo c .st.and for hm? Because SO Street. 'was outaprinted by the Vanderbilt chief guardian of thee particular not know were the schooner W
by ms l _--astr -e-Mtres. Nor ap tO ug s ten Beh. seo he captain P. Inds, an explanation as to what good bond for, recelTing Instructon oc
With BrPa, alta a the _gtodes. Mrs. stade s trthem. reason, it any, there .might lav been casbala y trm the captain in wbteh
m IB fr i tan( ad was .These trusts .are .right ,n a ort- p;Few people probably know that Pen- Other Games. for the renewal of tme lease oa con- dreio to eeed
ae owen htd ven with Ing him. They would be nrSt eful it sacola has a small fruit cannery, o- Michigan 24, Vanderbilt 6. dtions fixed by you, I, on that date.
tahcfhas~kts. they did N ot. They would .ot bave coated at ,000 West Jackson street, princeton 0, West Point 0. made the formal demand of you in Straight For Vera Crus.
Praetleally f wndina up the eam- muc ense if they did not, for they and operated by C. Orange & Co. Carlisle 16, Navy 6. writing. Yesterday Deputy Weeks aegl
paig today. Mr. Bry, entered into know that if I am elected the spike This year, Mr. Orange put up quite Harvard 6. Brown 2. October ninth, the Acting Secre- possston of the log, which showed
tie epbrIt of the oamfto with an will be pot on the big criminals as a number of Keifer pears and a good Yale 4 ,. Massachusetts Aggies 0. tary of the Interior, writing as le that the schooeer left Boston early in
eimnIess and intensity tat left well as the little ones and therefnwe deal of okra. The pears and okra are Corne!l 10. Pennsylvania State 4. stated, on acpount of you having re- Septeumber and went as straight as
no room to do hkt bmt m an t what they are for him. I am glad to have put up in neat tins, containing an at- Pennsylvania 25, Carnegie Tech. 0. erred my letter to him, his explan- It i possible for a sailing craft to go
he said. He spoke with convcing the trust magnates against me. but I tractively lithographed label which University ViTginia 6, A. and M. ation was that you had nothing to do to Vera Crus. Plrrthermore sbe di
fore in his atcks po Mers could hve nad themrom my aide bad shows a picture of the fruit and con- of Nc-rth Carolina 0 with the lea'e. except ixing the con- not ewter that port, but lay several
RockeCeller. Carmegie, Harinman. I been willing to sell the American tains the name and location of the Georgia 11, Mercer 0. pensation-that the land owners were miles off short. A notation sbow
President Roosevelt Mad Tft. He people to the ttust manates. I have airm. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 15, to receive. I was not satisiet with that the caotar went to Vera Cros
found new t lo t for argument in their n against me because I prefer to Mr. Orange, who was formerly in Washington and Lee 4. the answer because that wais the very in a boat, and later on It shows that
his speech last night at Bufalo ot ftut for things that the people ned the canning business in Gadsden Virginia Military Institue 57, thing we objected to. namely, the wo men were sent into Vera Crus to
Tatt, who w1as oted as deytag that and I am fighting for them not mre county, says that a great deal of fruit Roaoke- College 0: Halfback Ferran- grossly inadequate compeiauaon to et toe captain.
Roejoefle.r to him. He ly because I think a trust hrts this can be put up here another year. A des of V. M. I. killed end first half and the land owners, which was the real According to the log the schooner
sa be felt tjiH S tsobjected to genc ition. but I have children and I sample of his fruit, which was 'hown second half not played. complaint. remained f V rus for a period ot
he -OV King.," eI M d get out an have grand children and I would be yesterday at The Journal office, shows Tulane University 10, University of On October twelfth. I answered you, thirteen or fourteen days and with
injunction, as "rft I qMa with ti med to look my children and it to be of fine flavor ad quality and Mississippi 0. referring to the Interior department's supplies gratly~iminshed she made
the Injunction bsaeas." gr3n hildre in the face i I wa6 it ought to be a good seller anywhere. Auburn 2. Louisiana State 10. explanation, and stating to you: for Fensaeola.
,At Andeson. Brya's deaciation willing to barter away the ibertIe" University Alabama 22. Chattanoo- (a) That you had refused to give ...
Of the %beRep tia mt W eroe ad inm of the Pieopleanyd sell this n atontn to ga 6. the Osages an opportunity to produce wd to FISh. -
to a pott here he said: 'nhey industrial bondage to a few great tbust Williams 0, Syracuse 23. evidence before you to show the When t
ave been earryt o a maserade magnates. And that is wat Is being n Dartmouth 17, Amhenrst 0. amount of compensation ajustly due to cola the captain precede to Sna
baD. but the ball tig over. 'The done "n th s country today. There I Tennessee 6. Georgia Tech. 5. them as the land owners; ders & Co.'s and entered lte a
masks have ben edad behola,migyt have been some exse in ye Ohio tate 14 Ohio Wesleyan Un- (b) That the oil field, of waleh agreement to place his vesrel i the
Tt baeen dMt with coy terday's foran merican to vote hASIU III versity 5. their lands were a part. was a a fhing trade. .He also wanted the
Rockefeller a nd dd"knew i. Sher- the Rep blicanticket because he did Lafayette 6, Bucknell 6. tablivhed, rich. producing er, where vessel repaired, and t to
man mas beam WL Winsomes tno t kow wh2 reTrinity 28, Holy Cross 0. royalties and bonuse o land owners place her on th marine ways, w r
Carnegie, and Reevet has led the Rublthban leaders have been work- l I Uwere established by long p practice ad she now s. Capt. Daly stated that
great ma a deshable g both sides of the road. They have CAMPAIGN CLOSE& precedent-. he expected one of tne owners to
4dUsen. Harrman. IAW cruel decep-. been working reform out here with (-_c)Thatamongtheloweter-c
tiouea. Hntese s. ett t epn m' e and the stand-a tter her Birmingham. Ala. Oct. 31.-The (C) That among the lowest aver- come toPenscoat an early date and
ticbe en ,,ucat'withH DidNotAdoum-,ofsecretrAd-- campaign in Alabama came to a close ti to at least seven million dollarsal to remn. H ke o
tith co i tht the. have tonight. tVa republicans doing most of and one-sixth royalt
TRUSTS R T IN oods on this year and any man who the work on t. eloing day. All re- ah bonus and one-sixth royalt. d a ndred or o dollr, tt
UPPOT TAFT votesthe Republican ticket votes it cate Intetia age of ports'in toj that the denocratc (d) Tatthe Indian Territor11 which to y crew, and th
-. M Tlrknowing that the party has betrayed %tatwill receive the. usuallaminating Oil company a subsid'aryhe obtaliue e folloing dy, how-
mv Aseooe mes ises the mastes and will do it agaln if It theRcs R CS. ag e all nine democratic cop- of the Standard Oil company, as the ever. he, did appear t the boat
Win -ser. d, Oct31.-After i s- i ,entrusted with power." -at will be ecte .nee of teriginaloster lease. and bes s .
By Associated Press. j.( . Kansas City. Mo.. Oct. 31.-Prof. owners of the s.oor *Pred. Levy
[7rk -a ,j-- Charles Zueblin of Chicago, who was and P. M. Spr ,er. the l teot .of .
Oba! m E xpa"[ en In .,, er -quoted by two Kansas City papers 10 Cty Hall t, t te
Tobaccolast week as having advocated in a CentennarJan Applies for ..- re r..
-E ,'Si, lecture iere the intermarriage of the of the owner as Mrs. e Traer,
Al baa a Prove Successhr white and black races, denies hotly n of rl y.
that he ever said anything of the A dU mission U rep to Ha teeam s ..e ter-
kind. t ay by Sanders & o. tat firm lat
By Assoiate* Pross. Citizens cf Brewton. headed by M. It was a plain lie," he said last night removed a wire 'Aggt".
Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 3S.-Recent Brooks, have raised $15,000 to bein night, "manufactured to Injura one By Assocated Press. Oakland as a lecturer on health topics staying that he will be Pe l
experiences In tobacco raising in Alar a new company, and the Fnaalsgb To- whose views on many social and econ- San Franclsco, Oct 31.-Forced to and publisher of a pamphlet on vege Monday.
Sh ^ bacco Company, capital $25.00, has omic questions do not suit the con- apply for charity after be had added a tarianism yesterday appeared at the
bams are proven successful and been incorporated at Montgomery-. venience of men who are getting an dozen years to his record as a centen- emergency hospital and asked to be
as a result arrangements have been High class Sumatra and Cuban to- undue advantage of society." narian, Captain G. E. D. Diamon( 112 admitted to the county poor farm. He **00000 .*S. S..*.*.
made to begin curing and uaufactur- baccos have been developed at Brew- years old, well known in the city and was born in 171,6. *
lag. ton ad 6t Perry county. NO CHANGE IN THE


Hamilton Fish Resigns as "

Assistant Treasurer of U.&

m y Aawlam" tm today bega checking over thbe bo o0
: New York Oct.- 3.MauHowing the o the oce. ThOe ,aat of- eah wl ,-
resignation t Hf iltm Fish a.s- begin soon. where is I* tih It
distant tresawurr of the Upite ses, app $. '000,,"0- o .m*
con ; $17.08,ke in curreaey m as
in charge ot.the s b-treaury here, a 9",00a im saver eo dad tIbs maet
corps of bookkeepers under the diree- be commted and verified Plee W.
Sticu of United States Tieaurer Treaz piece.

O WAmoarftsd ProU.
antsomery. Al.. Oct. 31.- *4
Te.yearoedd Clesmce Morgan, .
tody walked into a local news- *
aper mle and deoumaaded that *
he-he allowed to give a dollar *
to. the Brys-Kern fand for e
camaimn expeases. Word of p
the centrbution will be for- 9
waitd to the DemeoraUtc
nees. 9 ~

---------- ------ -- ------ and

Outbreak of Tro

Subdued Bi
,y Asseslatd Press.
o s mtanople. Oct. 31.-A threat-
d outreak on the part of a coa-
2y of Turkish troops attached to
garrison at Yildiskkosk wa-.
aptly put down this morning with
ingle volley from a loyal battalion-
ree of the mutineers -were kiulea
fifteen wounded.

ops Was

v a Single Volley

The mutinous spirit manifested it-,
self when the company was assemiled
and for a few moments threatened to
re-sult in serious trouble, but a iurry
order wak issued and a battabon from
a regiment recently brought in from
Salonika was arched' to the soene
and one volley sufficed to cow the

Adtaita, ", Get. 31--The
national campaign In Georgi
fmt been more tha usually
anhI d. with the result that
a vote to a cess of 15A i ft *
quite generally predicted.
The Deomoeatl e bar of tiWe
vote, normaiy about two. 9
thirds, iadleates ao prospect t
Important change. The cam- -
vaign of the people's party f *
Geowgia has been one of'the

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* N~w 25.and 50 cent..
80snh Pinm,5 and,50

Pr 4It B.les, 50 clts,

wihilk" comws
~~~moIVmfts and




44. Silk

Downe at

Pmewoo Bed Quilts, big
white beauties, at 96 cents.
A quality you would little
expect for the price.


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Choice Patterns to Select From,

40 yards to each ro--revers --Special

Special sale of yard-wide
Taffeta Silk at O cents,
worth $1.5, and at $1.25,

worth $1.50.


O t Cotton, 90

Adjo Corsets made
llw for stput
fmavy or light weight at

54-in. Storm Serge at

Wtin. Cremm White Mo-
hair at 75 cets.
36-n. Cream White Al-
- batro at 50 cents.

The Venus Hair


'rette, the star of all hair
retainers, safety lock at-
tchmnent, at 25 cents. Try

$4 per Roll.

Not Less Than
a Roll SolI


Neck Ruf, up to
Fanc ChAvrs, 35 ts.
to 75 cents.
Fluffy Ru lMes Neck
wear, 75 cents to $1.50.

A complete line of the
most up-to-date Hats to
select from. Visit this
depar nt before you
leave the store.

Tucked Net, 46-in. wide
at $1.25.
We are showing all of
the new style Laces.

olar. Blankets,


Wool, special at $1.79.
Full 114 Extra Heavy,
White, with pink and blue
border, at $1.79.

Peau de Soile Silk, yard-
ide, lustrous black, a

$1.35 value, special at
$1A9. Not more than 10
yards to a customer.

Black Silk Petticoats,
with shied ruffles $.9.L

Jnbheached Cottoaeyard
wide, 20 yards for $1.00.

Special Sale of Velvet
24x54, at $a.3L
6x68, at $4.4.
9x12 ft, $23.00 to $I9.O


Mess-line Silk, 85 cents.
Plaid Silk, 75c to $L
Check Silk, 27-in. wide,
at $1.25.
Peau de Cyne Silk, at $1.
Satin Directoire, at 50t.

See window display of

I Remelined

Union Suits,
at 26 and s


Kriwilrfidown, soft and
warm, for dressing Wl
bath robes, Ikiaa and
baby blankets, at 00 cents
a yard.

Maish Laminated Down
Coiforts, made of pu
white cotton, funll ae, at

SUL, Both


'"' ./*., astrem
Rich etry
Covers-a fine aarmi|l .^
to select frmIt 35.0N i ci- T
to$3.50. .Uh

dark and

~B omiw h
Ndy styuid..h n
at $1.25 ad $~
16 Dion R4 Drown
I=& Trinaumig to

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toBListeOs to Music o-CHAIRMAN -UPE, oF IeV
Sand ounc.~~ W. We've st"dd the do-. C NTY EXUTW CommIT.
~. ~low well- kown d a .a U. ,TEE URE AL4.TO VOTE To
i w nd ..H .l I-. U -uS .UUL mands of the di.ti... M- N eis Of tos r "
TVII.LX .UARE OR IN THE t -ing men of tdin cy, ---
SMIoy. ppaemTIN on THE Bright Puaps Who Attained and our experience cern- T aMlm... . ^ .-

____ -' --- _es that are fatTsir. *- .
Mnedbatsght the democrats of Ea- The followlag Is the honor soUBot That's why this lmw t .t Am .8. ta awt
usaL omauty will bold the final rally the iCgovet Scheol of the Tsattrwhty s the. -ie f -iord t he tr
Ct~min In PeiMacola. The Mey for the nmath go October : nSS keeps growing sw, i grty The ueais hs -
be ntder the autspioo of Seator Girls: Mif Ada Mcdh. b A hesmOsV0 0t;MNin
._Se. vile "_ .... .I ......r in-- ..- Ia ,.s. Y rst order" -o r t. he -e- -is ty, i t a wt
o. e.e..a o te acMi. aHa *Hattom. -... j_. Dsoau. N. means a customer here. aSL Subi wt veS
Ma we twbr. Sweeney, H. Shepea. l. Maitl, B. t ;pendmtium for our govem.nt?'
,The, SpMeakrs. DietI. IJ. Itart I Baltfr -A- fmtt o Very Im i anM bM er
The|lowltt well known democrats deneT. D. Redfl absac. A. Jebiao at a I ere wr y to
V avited t speak: Jh A. Bam. A. Meey, N. Glcmeyer, we ot.
agMn eso a. o Nrd. Wim. A. roSt, R. Bars. F. Bobe, M. Csacls, Ia.Ity do e' -, etry pe.
J."oftatreJ. alet Wre. wanlte S. 40* s p Ofte w e adW a to ake *no saocmo
n~a, I. Thoass. T. B. Wells D. MCeNghe, a. Mottb, W. Merritt. mw a t to the IOt. Sa .Id ust of or
Somgh Crs-. B. Parkte, 'C. L. A. Wal. C. alaey. a .Ia&tta., pr min wft e sp- beer sndorw
. R adollse. 8. Puaco, Jr. jn. Chri '. 0 0afttoI. J. NelDne, that we deedeNd en in the breMaweurs
W .ss. C. .. 3. EJ... a. viLaU J3. Cr. t b..e ".fr cur new cty
.V e (Clme Banad ;haE beeu eli. rimis J. So*n*h. J. Johamsa. V. ater.
-Me t e ocweaues, and tmre wasU Vler. T. alemy F. rBatteon, A. BAras- I seet Ittsir woe have Iv red yo -
e good *stc, bo@ beore I 4Shard. K. R Carla. Real State T1 1aES. er a wast. DoSeraIctc sE@un** t
't e Aii i ated rer tseaed b P. AW. otim .. Mtl. A. N ow 9 the mater or yare-tvot es.
SSa-e -addu ses .a M .A. U*isto. A. BOcker, J. a >r ta olfe a. can s ety trust a future to wa
t et sp .eakers it w'm W V, Haua C. tem nL W. J s- a Dabate who we bse oditated ai
i Ms laac that plenty E g>e i. Mll. FG-rdime, B. Prank, C. a what Dmmetle primary.
is toi lsee for a P who attSe Apiolse, W. IloMat. W. Ar Diew. W. W ". Fi'er to A. A. dhert, oe Resectlly years,
e a.nd it desi eul that th I ,M A. War CL. Neoay, P. MBa- andt otser ii iter.h PRANK B. RAD.CLJPF,
*l bealarge Urone. NaUsios -- t i tot 23. BIk a. ON Cty t 15 Chairman DeM. Es. Committee.
rnsM be d-oeassd uereray vwuf Os la. ller' ad 18. Mecfc 119. Bast ,'a tract; Bel- A TINY EABY
e Re a raI o th this yearo I e WiM, dwd 7, 8 and 9. lots 16 BEs block 101, E pae
Eat oh to pro. R att ae Davt Aertt.illie John- tt etst o4f T Cr nwsaEtreet, CsKflenh a t eross sedod vi
Vtle-. ., flra urus O MOTo lots 1,, w. h5 and 6, block 1465, sRade 5 0c.ien- tj9 it bJ
Tar popar vote poM. 9U la ese: it ArtLtr Jeha- of lot 1 and the east half r lot 2, witadps Uebaby In a helth
Swea vta a large popular majority a 5 WeMm Uleta sad Wfllie FP- block 43, East King tract, east of Tar- wisan pu e bty
Sthllt enoctoca o. sh. and hWil cona Vtidet. Bold and rt. eae b hyW l A.
i-- ~ of, good mud% both- before -mw F.' abobod.GR 0hii uIR, K uo-, ie 6a block -*, Eoast nKia
fto as w* t alld e Eh-aaItrut. awlrn a-Ie gar hiver IHso a traet, east of Tbarage2a street.
Oil Seal lOc Cigars, 3 e.spaps, om b. t t 1 N tr rtoshlI Otta wa, cO" u oct*.1-A duty of 5Z0.
& a do edtofve Iiu c 1tefeinant d to lot 2.5 block 22, New cents per gallon on beer, ales and por-a n
t for a c;180 atplety a ot city. ter imported in Yk]n territory will
u P ma, 5y nma. n.A r W Clara D and Harry T. Howland to become e"ect0ive after today ay will
gVo.aI," AQ e 2 aa r. A. Y. Smith" $1 and other consider- result deprviNg the brewers of th
4iT PAY INTERiST. EDITOR IS 7.t tions, lot 4, block New City tract. United States o that ttrae territory.2
Cldf Oct. t-An appeal has Milwaukee. WI.., Oet. 31.-Andrew J. W. Hyer to Walter B. Abbott, Tue tax does not app' to Canadian
etaWi ta te l eo-rto to Jackstee Aitems, the editor and one of $1 sad other consideratsa. lots 15, 1 or British products.
osh eat the t the Chi- the proprietors of the Evening Wis- and 17. block 35 of the West King -
..a% bssa Traetion compal. a.d .e as today celebrating his 78th tct.
SCwaicso C seamoated w Tractim birthday. The veerable Journalist is Emily C. Wright to Exrs. of Wm.
enmy. as the lterest s the beady shuTogM absent from his desk. and Fisher. 200, lots 1 and 32, block 131.
lf Ithem opeAtks fall dne torn- takes as much Iterest in newspaper East King tract, east of railroad.
Aw:. T Central Tm omparn. ar work as he did back in 18M4. when W. H. Mitchell te .bl Sth, $s0.
New Tork, as receiver for the com- he became city editor of the paper half interest ln the followlag land: I
t' declares that It haes as ft which has siace had his almost con- atre in N. W. corner ofa the S. half of 1 7e t
rthe pmest of the interest. sad stut attentlem. Mr. Aikems is the the S. E. quarter section 32. Tp. 6 N..
ipett lo0ed the courts for tnostrau other of the "patent Insides" Idea for ranhe 30 west 1. ';t
tsos. antry newspapeIs. foBuding the f Wrst M i dsh. My D. StroW"g et at A. M.
'Thoe peUtion p tat itat the l tmo devoted to the produ McMillan, $50. 150 acres In 17.
and accents of the Chicag O uoel- tloq of "ready prints" in 1864. Tp. 2, S., range 31 we't. Dhowu
dated Tractuomp apnsy qhow that p more clearly in Deed Book H. gaIe
to May 31, 1P. uthe ea-ra a ex. CATHOLIC CENTENNIAL. 272. Kn
wo exeeuda the reMeipt by ?e-S Blstam. Oct. 31.-Catholc clergy
AlB4te "Padn aR over A the land. bceldinm miany Every Sunday you can bll duinuy
dimltaries of the Roman harch. will a*. Cigar at th Crystal
onSe" Rl UMMAR"N taSwe part la the celebration next weeks a 1l tgar at b 6 Crystal
We8hlnetam. Oct. 3L.-at for oa the eastwasIs of the see of Boston. PhaIaCy for 5 cents.r
1,11ttag the eight autpartees Se the Aprat -rme of the Holy Name
nltgW States navy. I wh ie- %Mny wit be held tomorrow as the ATTENTION, U. C. V. E
E aS last a aCt lttrmoe ine. mYk the fest ivitIres. A Headquarters Cap Ward. Ne. il
Mill A YSop1ad t rno ier- agedm- osmis l medal has been U. C. V., Oct. 1sut. 198tb-Thewe soI.
oHw i PAY EDITRt is 1 slonl 1 rate the occasom. be a meetian of this camp at titheir o t t t
b____o___ ___ttIte ____ __ biofhEen voac on Ta1 aday nbekl aMeo. detKi, BK
seTvnbjSutascribe for The Journal. i i. ki C _o fit t 'T A .roW

The Hunting Season is

THING that

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gressive State

on to-day--and we are ready I

a true sportsman





Government, for

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the trades, and

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0@BANG !

you in every correct detail

Guns, Ammunitio Leggings, Shell

Bags, Hunting Coats, Dog Col-

lars and Chains, in fact EVERY-


Stand for an honest and pro-

Good- Roads, for ablishment

of Convict Lease System, for

abolishment of Child Labor in

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Dubarry Kid Glowe at
$2; two-clasp, warranted
not to rip, all colors.
Paris Gloves at $1.25, all








A old yeabout last week
4''14 crveI an instantace-
Sotu success, ,nd every right
they have to' have it, as it is
S, sothi new with good
ootI:t cemaiort comlbi'ed
Sour #a 4 op o have it.

Mat Colt, dull cuff tops,
ibtn Heel, a most pro-
ed-wing effect, yet ab-
cetnfort. and perfect,
If you have not seen.
ave Tops, by all means.

eo thr Fo

oath Niaf ox Street

NLOorfW16 al f vwsge Hillvi*

P~aaowfl-at Andshuda,
9 t b Merebhwai Yes-

ed gaest of he Mlerchants.

4 sse a= .
md, ,ag in the cty ytsrday
Swarmly greeted by his mey


b Returof thacperala eletma will
- he )d fIa r *u stage Taeafday nIaght,
t bewee s at of "The Traitor."
SAlC. C. nn. presidinv elder of
-RX t7 s r, rived In the city yeYter-
,c 4y raoou for a visit of a few


*e *
S a Ma Munna wiii leave tonight
fl Tarltt for Mobile, where she
u menace a three years course.
SHIr many friends will
Sfroa Johnsba sos.0 *9 re
*a a been employed for -awevera'

t ma aaa temperature at Pen-
-lhaswaI was 61
-*la am. Last year an the
the miamus-m .atsa.
na mxmam mfor t dats
anad the average minimum
&.kw% =-

S ip. L E. LAllen, who has been vot.
i1n te d ooeratic ticket for more
tib, half a ee~tury, returned home
fra Milton, here he is
sebohl, for the purpose of
o r Bryaa and the other demo-
andlMates In Tuesday's elec-

A. 3Aer17 White has just retired
fra No TwYork, His itinerary tram
Noew York was via steamer le Savaa.
askll rom Savannah to Atlanta by raM.
att* Slag the ir at the later place
prior to his return bome.
* *
J1. J. Smithwick, who has bm Ina
Tho~avilie, 0a., for several weeks
on boxisesa, has returned to Peasa-
cola In tim. to vote oa Tuesday. Mr.
"8mltwick had the misfort-ne recent-
ly to tave one of bl ribs brenea sad
h M har Mt yet rarely recover.
S Dr. JRiblUo Alion. who haar boee
S absent from the city for several
S mosthsua,- has returned.
I Dr. W. A. Mills, of Milton, passed
. through the aety yesterday en route
bome fromam "nenatt, where he had.
udae a bushea'Iisity Dr. MIlls says
t' r t pollticM ssgenerally agree- that
Ohio is a v doubtfutl state saie
there need be no surprise if Mr. Bry-
an carries It.
| hlmer Woolf is suferino from an
abcess on ais right hand, caused by
a splinter.
* *
Fred A. Sweet. circulation manager
for the Pensacola Journal and the
Meridi~u Dispatch, arrived from Me-

ridian Frd
some tide I
has the circe
.Meridian pa
'shape now a
which preva
will hereafter
the two pap
Charles F
Journal's ef
atives, arrive
quite ill and
homne on ea
to be well e
A permit
Building Ins
C.. Dewberr
frame build
E. Bedsole
costs in the
day for unn
trial in the r
Eleven defei
two dischar8
tinued. Fin
were assess
. Gilbert B9
the recorder
latiug the N
iHe Seymour,
-fied $1 and
Not only
strength and
Of cou
smoke sa
cial Seal
the Crys
day and
Y. M. C.,
*The.Y.. M.
in their owM
dividual ope
in order tha
received dire
ments have
evening and
friends of th
to spend th<
drhe rooms'
turns have c

'-- ~CRADLE, A41AR AND 1Vr 1 ..+1+
folowig is the record -t M Births.
s O-.T with t & ., ri., I b ia ir l dte. dma z dJ White-To C. E. and wfue,

wK t1 s, war to t e o es of the city clerk and 'oi y boy 4 Z. VWte -t d 9te kr4; to
jsu bge :A Reblt Ld aosat a girl.N

d.. e. e-r earrias. ha
rew- fat. UMany have ke Fltge-raM, A -I F. Vtlelme =WA x, Henry Harris, years,
sLt.d. 111lUe E. Walker, Thoa. H. Uey a aold W ee; J. H. aylor 33 years, in-
s a .. a we.oe thel Th om mo. rules : te i aesa H 58 Go over oa item c
l *. r *toW ade trise- Colored-John Stepheas and As ae Talyis: Infant Robert Burnett, .sti-
m widte tre m4ous Mar- Mason, Alert Taylor and Lua Iawis, born; Red Hendero, 22 years, ty- "
nM-j Riml.tCok &adrpearlore quathn teeothat e
4 Co,--t- 2re th es Port Kzla. eir ooM ever; David i. uJhnson, 41 Me' bet 0 t l 1
r i s, in r Peve dis- IDarby and Daisy Galder. yea%, dropey.
stan h or a Z1rir..k-.,

0, rs nALL SAINTS DAY WILL 100 dozen Children's 5cN
B. r, anee .r e only, each........
SBE FITTINGLY OBSERVED 100 dozen Men's White I
-,. aO for t ity, 35c per dozen. o
'n t faithful protectors, waose prayers ob-
**.t oo I ,I W High Mass Will Be Said ati a& more surely than those of the 100 dozen Men's SoftaFii
g earth the traces they require.d 3 days only, ea h
AllA CaStholic Churches of a the A Swhe ay. n
Tomorrow, Monday, is All Souls'
SDay, and like the other day preceding Best $1.00 Noxall and Ha
the Ciy. it, and perhaps more than the other, days only .... ..
I M_____ te festival of AU Souls draws closer M3
the ties of the family. One might
E0. SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAMS ARE hav een formerly, and in the coun- Men's best 50-cent Flee
Si eALSO PREPARED FOR rte ay stil s see, brothers ana sit Or each.....
CASION-SERVICS WILL ALSO onthisda n the cemetery to 0 pieces Soft Finish W
pray. and to weep, In order to obtain
kryd Ml/-m- B TBE CONDUCTED TOMORROW, peace for their dear deceased. If, in COS, WOrth $1.25, on
Sasthie hoi the course of the year, there rise
WHICH Is ALL SOULS DAY--CAN-some clouds of division among these One case of Standard
eS TH people, they disappear on this day, for ........
l DLESo WILL BE BURNED 0iN H one is never more ready to love one oO i ............
CEMETErRIES. another than when we pray and weep
cEM--R ty together. The day is chosen for eel- hOne bale of 5-cent brc
ebrating the memory of the dead and f r ..
l- *" uh. Lewi k ,WIs calolated to fill the souls of .... .. .
By J. L. Beile. living with the serious thoughts Cat
Today, Sunday, is All Saitas DaY the church wishes to inspire. Its cel- xtra quality of yard-w
and the event will be observed in all vibration is also' calculated to inspire f
the Catholic churches at this city. a disgust for the earth, a desire for for.. .
High mass wUl be said et all e Jhwces Heaven, and a tender compassion, a
and at St. Michael's the recently Ir- universal charity among all. On the IExtra SC Dress Gingha
ganized male choir will be heard fWt.morning of this day -h pomp of cere- o lW for
^^la ^ de n f ~the firAst time. The choir is cbposedmooles ad tCe le i hymns are
I of the following: an expression of unmxed joy. In tra The best 19c Fast Blacg
i sthe J IM he Tenors-Timothy Burns, Ta omas evening the spectacle changes alto-
Johnson, Albert DeBrux, Joseph Me- gethek, and a this time joyous chants and Ladies,' on sped
Hugh, Lewis o ady, W. Ander An, D. are followed by sorrowwtl ones, or-
__ _ _nt- P. Lannon, Mr. Hanlos. naments of mourning tky the place Extra fine value in Ladi
Bassos-D. J. Hayes. Traebue Sub- o flowers. In PeniLoia on the
ay eight and will spend lett. Philip Beal, George Harvey, Jos- night of this day can are burned Hose, positively the
here. Mr. oSweet .says be eph Baracco. In 411 Athe Catholic cemeteries and te
o halta departnlent of the Organist-A. Diaz. large numbers of pabpte visit them
kper organaled In -good P trpose of All Saints Day. for the purpose of offering prayers
after the same plan as that According to the revised edition of for th e dead.
lls on the Journal and he the Catholic dictionary, as early as At St. Josephit's ter etery. r rg i
or divide his time between the fourth century the Greeks kept Services will be held at St. Jo- B rgali S i
ers. on the first Sunday after Pentecowt seph's cemetery at 4 p. m. Monday
* the feast of all martyrs and saftts A special car will leaye the corner of
. Steward, one of the and tae Catholic church still possesses Government and Barcelona at 3:15 New Wool Fabric Suits
lent traveling represent- a sermon of SL Chrysostom delivered p. al for the cemetery. The ser- style, Satin lined and
ed In the city last week on that day. In the weat the feast vices will be conducted by Father st e, sai n lnd and
he is Atill coafined to his was Introduced by Pope Boiface IV., artkoff, assisted by rests from tae
t Hll. although he hopes after he had dedicated, as the Church different churches. Nobby New Long Coat
nogh to vote on election of the Blessed Virgin and the Mar- At icred- buttons s$18.50 value
tyrs, the Pantheon, whica had been At high mass at .9:30 a. m. todayons,
* made over to him by the Emperor the male choir of twenty-five voices
was issued yesterday by Phocas. The feast of the dedicatonwill render tae foowg asice: Fine All-Wool Panama
pector Randall to Dr. W. was kept on the 13th of May. About Aprges, Kyrie Glora redo (Gre- made and special va
Id at oe 404 Jackson in t. Peter's church In honor of all Offertory- and a-In three ifl Tailored Suits,
Sa 04 k toyae saints, from which time All voices of boys choir.
* Saints' Day has been kept in Rome, as Sanctus (Singenaererge)- three stripes, and black,
, colored, was Sined $3 and now. on the first of November. From voices.
e recorder's court yester- about the middle of the ninth century, BenIeJictus nriGregorin.) AU-Wool Panama Skirt
necessarily *whipping his the feast came into general observ- Agnus p el ,(Singeergger)-,-Three tW madeup wv
ance throughout the west. It ranks as voices. tons, a special value
* a double of the first class with an oc. Communion, melody' in P (Ruben-
cases were docketed for tave. stein.) Fine Mohair Skirts, style
recorder'x court yesterJay. From the early ages the Catholic Recessional. Holy God.
adants were fouad guilty, ceaurch annually celebrated the festi- Gerald Quina organist. COlors, brown, navy
ged and one case *as-con- val of each martyr. On this day the Prof. Seel. violin.
es to the amount of $137 faithful assembled at the place where On Monday morning there will be One lot of $2.50 and $3.0
ed. the Christian hero had won his vie- requiem mass at 8:30 o'clock, music W s. .
* tory. They surrounded his tomb, the by boys' choir. pvi .. .. . ....
ammond was fined $1 in stone of which served as an altar; At St. Michael's.
s court yesterday ftr vio- the august sacrifice was offered there At high mass at St. Michael's to-
*w stock ordinance. Wil- In thanksgiving, day the male choir will render the
tr the same offense, was Soon, the number of martyrs In- following music:
oets. creasing. It was no longer possible to Asperges, Kyrie, Gloria Credo (Gre- Net Waists, made up Wl
assign a -particular festival to each gorian). "Sh and ial value
LA ULIKE BLUE RIBBON one. The difficulty became much Sanctus (Singenberger). a special a
is it pure but of great greater when the church had given to Agnus Del (Gregorian).
Sdelicacy. Tnqualed for Heaven a countless multitude of soli- ,Very Handsome T e t WA
sanctity was proved from day to day ..t
r'e iva're ,gin to by miracles. Thoe reasons led to tae y AoBc..atd aease.
yq.ur establishme.nnt of one festival, which New Yor Oct. 31.-The statement ofr
ine of those 0e 10c O i- was consecrated to honor, first, all the clearing house banks for the week shows
Cigars to-day. At sait in general, rterwasof, u the t Per sent.t re W e .ar Offeri
I Satur- About the year 731. Pope Gregosy in the proportionate ca; reserve as com-
v K-I-. Ill, consecrated a cdapel l St Pe d with last week. jl,3c
SnoU ay ,JOly Sc. ers church i r on al he int onse w lln te s. tneWdee. 5 an ress T aooes
/ *M-^ .invte Soince those days tae festival of all the a ne, 8lrn of a ct0 a decrease re.. aGo
A. TO Ba..c idVE blessed inhabitants of the Heavenly Deposits, 1,411,416.300: decrease, s ,- OU bfail to get our
TION' RETURNS Jerusalem has always been celebrated 2 t6oln, es,8.o, decre 321s,-
vLL ^ ye Rome. It seemed to be only f Cor uto40. w52983 ; decree, s 2l2,-
C. A.. B s awernged to put Rome. on account of the Pantheon and Iegal tenders, $81,280,800; increase.
i wie, and to hire an in- of the surpri oflg quantity of relics "167.,n900. k dereoane of 0
rator for Tuesday night. transferred thereto. But Pope Greg- 83, .4 4 .dease. SK. i--0 .
t eletton retrs may be ory IV.. having come into France in Reserve required. $352,854,075; decrease,
ect at the bullding Amuse- 836, engaged Louis le Debonnaire to $1,671,025.
beeS provided for the cause It to be celebrated in his states. urplu. a3d3.59t; in Isc, *
not only mearbers, but also The prince consented wilIingly. and increased. 710,535.
Le ofganisatjon are invited soon the festival of All Saints was un- The percentage of actual reserve of the
wilr b. open until the re In Honer of Saoftthe bans rd tr.5t comanes ofm
eeased coalag. Tae solemnity of All Saints was es- Greater New York. not members of the
Established therefore to honor all the clearing house, shows that these institu- -

saints for each of whom it s mpos 00; total ash on d. Spot closed quiet; middling uplands,
sible to have a particular festival, and the loans amounting to 8976.105.400. .3; middling gulf. 9.60; sales 100 bales.
either because their names are written The market closed fairly steady- at a
Only in the book of life, or because rally. The tone was weakened by a gen- New Orleans, Oct. 31.-Cotton spots,
Their festival has no day fixed for the eral disposition to clean up speculative were firm. Low ordinary. 4 -4 nominal;
Sheiresta asnoacay ixed or te counts prior to the election. London ordinary, 39-16 nominal; good ordinary.
faithful to thank God for the benefits Joined in this movement and helped on 7c: low middling. 8 3-8; middling. '.: good
with which He loads the elect: to ex- the decline. Reading's decline reached middling. 9 5-16; middling fair. 9 13-16;
Ggid cite u* to imitate their example; to 2 1-2. American Smelting 2 1-8; Union Pa- fair. 10K-1t nominal. Receipts, 1S,962;
G o cite ure to imitate their example to- ciflc 2. Consolidated Gas I 5-8, and South- stock. 172.421.
S beat encourage our weakness and to con- ern Pacific. Northern Pacific and Amalga- Cotton futures closed steady. Novem-
t n ourn meal with found our trepedity, by setting before mated Copper 1 1-2. There were numer- ber. 8.88; December. t.h : January. 8.76:
lunger is the
Mnd thme B* rs will not our eyes a multitude of saints of both ous declines of 1 or more. Covering opera- February. 8.75; March, S.77; April. 8.0
e, but willgrety aist sexes and of every age and condition, ti"ts of the shorts caused some rallies. nominal; May. 8.82..
ork of digEstion and as- and making us contemplate the Ineffa- COTTON. PROVISIONS.
after-eating distress. *r ble happiness which they enjoy and Nw.-W York. Oct. 31.-The cotton market Chicago. October 31.-Close: 'Wheat. De-
to which we are invited; to eihplore opened steady at an advance of 1fT7 member. 1.00; May. 1033-8. Ctorn. Octoberr
t point near months being relatively firm 68c; December. 63 1-4c. Oats. I)-,cember.
Sthe goodness of our Heavenly Father on the cables. while later positions re- 48 1-2; May, so0 1-23-8. Pvrk. '4ctobt-r.
te r in favor of His children on earth flected god weather and a local b arish 14.30: November. 14.40. Lard. November
through the merits of His children condition report. They soon firmed up. and January, S.;:7 1-2r9.40. Ribs, Otober.
in Heaven. d to give us an opportun- however, and the general Ist ruled about' s.85; January, 8.42 1-2. Rye. -cash. 75e.
a to 6 points net higher during the middle Barley. cash. 541 551c. Timothy. March.
B ittrIS ity of repairing the faults that we may of the morning. Business was very active 3.90. Clover. October. 8.30.
have committed in the celebration of for a half holiday, the speculative fea-, Chicago. Oct. 31.-Cash: Wheat No. 2.
I such cases as each particular fetval. According to ture being the jtrchas-ot 12.00o bales uf I red, 1.01 1-2f1.02; No. 3 h, red. 1.(0)I tAl;
such c a each parular feaval According to January. against a sate of 12, 0 bales of No. hard. 1.01 3-4: No. 3. hard. 7(? -
repiap s. Nasea, Nor- the Catholic faith, to celebrate the sol- March at 19 points difference. Private 1.00; No. 1, Northern. 1.041110-5: No. :2.
latafell ceatsw emnity of All Saints worthily, it suf- cables attributed the English advance to Northern, 1.03;1.04; No. 3. Spring. 97,-
ps, Faver a" Agm, Amces to tink that it is a family festi- Icovering by local shorts against calliug 1.03. yellow 73 No. 3 5 1-2-
Ib y S iSSer & Corn,. 'o. 2. yellow,. 73. "O. 3. ,65 -26-
val, the festival of relatives and I b6c.
friends. and that it is one day to be: New Yor. Oct. 3L---Cotton futures oats, No. :, white, 503-4; standard.
ties, lIk Iotitini ad their own festival. The Catholics do closed steady. Blds: November. 9.6; De- 49 3-4c.
iruc TIy Itt. mot -,^.i., =. -f. i-_c-jj, c-n_ *.s ember. 9.05; Jaioary. B.87; Februari-. - -
k. Ty ~not adore the salts-thea o er Mthea 4- c 83 A Ma as AIN.
as the friends of God, ap powertfl ad June, g.5; July. s.T7; August. 3.4 CChicago, Oct. 3L-Fallure of the Liver-


Tuesday and Wednesday

carefully, and you will find after comp rng

jou can't match these values elsewhere.

White Lawn Handkerchiefs, for three days 2

Hemmed Lawn Handkerchiefs. Best 5c qual-
r each ...................... .............. ...
nishl5cWhite Hemmed Handkerdhiifs, for 7
...................................... ...7c
armack Men's Shirts, nobby styles, for 3 58c
.............................. 0 ............. ...5 8 c
ced Underwear, on sale for 65 cents per
........................+.0... ............. C
white English Long Cloth, full 12-yard pie-
special sale now for .. ... .. .. T. .. .. .. .. .8 C
6'z-cent Apron Ginghams, on sale now

own Domestic, on sale Monday, per yard 4 .
. ............. ...... .. .. .... .... .
ide Bleached Domestic, on sale Monday '
. . . . o ... . . c
ms, in plaids, checks, and fancies, on sale
........ ........... . .............. 7;*v
k Hose in Ponsacola, in Boys' and Girls', 1
ial sale Monday, per pair ....... .. .. 1. .15c
s' and Children's Fast Black Guarauteed
best on the market for the price .. .... .25

n Ladies Suits, Skirts Etc.

, in the fashionable, long Directoire Coat ' A
Satin trimmings, special values for ....... *
Suits, satin lined and trimmed, in braid and | i
ue, on special sale for, ..................... 11 '.

Suits, in blues, browns and grays, splendidly
due, at ............................. . .


in latest Long Coat style, in new shadow tA5 J(
at $27.50, $33.00 and ..................... ..A.

s, newest models, in black, with large but-

lishly made, and trimmed in large buttons;
blue and,black, special value...........



0 sample Skirts, in gray, brown or navy blue, d 1Q

th Cling Bands and Satin Ribbon, very sty- 4.Q
e at ..... . ............. . ...... . . . .. 3

aists, beautifully trimmed in Chmy and
Satin Ribbon. Special value ..............


ng the most extraordinry values in Silks

and you will do yourself great injustice if

prices before buying.


pool wheat market to respond to the ad-
vance here yesterday Inspired consider-
able selling by commission houses, which
resulted In a decline of more than 1-2c.
News from Argentina, though meagre in
volume. was hiss alarming than that of
the previous day, and this tended to de-
press the market. December opened 1-8-
(al-lu -3-Sc lower at 31.0 1-601-4 to
I.-00 3-. and declined to 99 5-8. 1Minneapo-
lis, Duluth and Chicago reported receipts
of 604 cars.
Ideal weather for the "curing' of the
new 4 rop of corn and also for Its move-
ment to market caused moderate weak-
ness in the corn market. Small receipts
tended to offset the favorable weather
c.,nditions. At the start prices were nn-
changed to a shade lower with D)ecember
at 63 3-4c. Later December sold at 6K 3-8.
Receipts. 63 cars.
The weakness of wheat induced some
s, Dling of oats. which resulted In an easy
feeling in that market, but prices showed
'nly" slight declines. December opened at
4% 3-4<- and sold off to 45 5-8c.
Provi.ions were weak on selling, based'
on continued liberal re-elpts of live hogs
at western packing centers. At the open-
ing prices were 2 1-2 to 2 1-2s9c lower.

Too Late for Clav-ication

WANTED-At one,
who is willing to
cordial Club.

a good porter; one
work, at tWe Cbs-

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The 77th company and the Pensa-
colak will play a return game of base-
ball at Baruaeas 'this evening. The
Peossacola team is considered one of
the strongest to represent the club
this year. The game will be called
upon the arrival of the 2 o'clock car,
Mwigs Is the line-up fr f '
cola: Joim, rf.; Smith, c.; Gordon
ad Laird, p.; E. Roach, as.; Peters,
ef.; mVanMatre, Lf.; Aauge;., b.;
Rowh. Sb.: Grifin, lb.
Burke, maner; JIan, igroe.




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~t. .og~Y


~-and' ~.grof ~eagee

rpm'~ :4* ..ASW .. . .w .@ 4

POM a.. W C

~a ~ 3-ad-- A% o

U iiRoom%,4& Bushims off-net 100.


Sr O WrN.6. a 30.6ttle 1tais m n .4 e. a gsetimo that is Just now at,
r r to the oblhatiom resting upon men who
,am..P. -.t. a party Primaries held .-

S the obect -as party Primary? What is the reason, the logic,
W-.-, ,g i .g.gagi.mgg a. id e .. go

S '.M et he P.. ,,Florida to designed taiy

i, -a a
I th e 1Wste eitifea of the state a otpportualty
Am ann mom.. ol anf Ot. W. h Sana tm lvea.
VOW. to Settle teak. sB wyotme r way, tat t s
Sgt S Ot o at e Whte Prwhiy caless he wants
w 11 l lr lt n *roty Tote to e adu q whi sor
g*SmoM aet to do *e Ad, ,all In all, no
S sl- t a' t l a T ti s -tvab ii the best way to

heNOW 0 e yi l te pe 4 te 910 t am thtenr wayat

1 nt awl the- rWtae mime "motmfate--s ath

i ml pilh lvffl @ bIW Imtt Sees w y a oe aFi .my ast a?

4. mt a h .an .n M-m. toe 4 He ia frim at
i M \ he a i t *e y e *

I-tl t d1-" ve ty -o lWetd esy t-n wlo voted il thei-
"i:^ d o ot e Inemz elheg.trn tstee eI toube y mso thi-e
^ ii||tme lt lpin^aieW A>omanamW abou t

I t m rt e tpEu *nM OWaf ot the as Priaf f

'Xo th- he tt'el hW ot Th tm en- tta musoho.
ftIa gaagthen hoi1 teo -r at setl lat aown wety*e

St M ove bMUilA rithat ls Thia mt- ab ti% gee taef them
SettMr. Si FtthM e PraLmtf vuwte s base theomse

A ....... hhah Pm a d th f a mpepl qtd eale.t o rhi-
e t "ets ** E hwe e dt .- A efgte th a siglo

*-W~ -rt Itaip wi br y, t4.ems were "0vtefo. (there
e-at a 'meamdii theiEAS. t @m0 ,o be Tmotead io

b -so Vsls -eteieiA h PiAh o ieha asere to Wtose wnob-
a -to' go out saewao4 abhtep ate mo dteiatees o

,M- Bwlthql h3l- oe %mPt of h Tim ele In.- the astPri
-,. 2 ew~ gg T Them w it a mg ttt sen at thete waodme sof tme
Weat 1 0 veet o S the wetr Mhld d vy~t may ine onbecame those

Wit aVWigak edt wet Cog uemt*=y tm we *Ishat- Oeated-n(There

411t MO e it (or be", unt is. h u nnigrsthe
AiMb "m6p e tMod4 he 6 st4lfs haen inlutece on g
t v es dlatShis P y s el is at A IL wh ahe mre Iaa soudates for the
"4% st Oe aoo00"* by s S"iras OWWMi m0 1 r17that A &Wn wet
us dM w ger Pean White ME. salkwor the nomieo
g ahteFbilm aeam*ftl the wet body. Th oht Is ga a to be nl the,

IW O, -- -a a for toSenate, there twah be somet

. e sta.t. end e oa daat m ay s ln m t o lage itsyo wn fa sigler

naft ity win g h hr V oa th. sosogth e eeMgte--faet the
S ha Mr. Bb ma to o agi O ter esent. He Is ruanni for them

amggMe "a so W6010, U 4NCWait 4,6dry- andthem41am


T4 xter Wrkt. aso
a umaml Matter.
at wnot B-toru stricOly wiq
agagpefr ebls and many -epOh
-9"iNw emid it uk it UMeU
Ssm- e l- tter "to dA m a personal
m r iS these eonlam bat we we
to de it evertheless. La the
met ,-eem, ptedmosemmil "eWes" is
py a ga&Qjt e of permemal onia.
mE b the eaMnd pims, we v ever
a" to feel toe o aigie ayway.
Mpw to the subject: The eltor
bm -oremov the tfrem yeiemm
his reeeace-1r. more preprly
oiabln perhaps, the edler wie*,
wMwaly rma things ab hethe place,
Shed a men to remove the mene whlae
tmsMw was eAt tow. The eeOsm
NOabO haw eeshre*me bas Wag am
hlit -we mlalmd it siply the
6 ~0p. ,aec r amlaer, the stdeGam
,~~ t al weld camea thao be dut
itleasae. We hap. now Cat
that tion hsm earn sad that stray
vl wE opesat earowa*
v--f taese arw my a tlat

*,said adn iu l a
ptllas atests sM Pgets SM -

*ieteetd private residence grounds
eO the city, we take this means of
jtigt the otlce that our tence is
atm 6oW and that there is nothing
to preWe their cattle from grazing
*p oar reIies it they so desire it.
We lhve a small Bermuda grass
lwn that ois si fairly green and it
wl make excellent grazing while it
aots. There are a couple of Satnmma
e-ae trees, a sman irape-funt tree,
and a very pretty tern palm grow-
taInc ear the siMwalL Any cow by
simply walftg over them can break
tbem dowa and easily destroy them
We have a tfew rae besh vesa, a liIt
tde algth ivy and some *eanfats
er8 g Mear the h oe that eCan
ie easy ea- t there are say
bas ruelg at ge that happen to
,*ray eNto aw secti of tn e town.
ift live Oeta an.
- New any of these craf al modest
EWee eufam of a lamedupe guo-
mubag 0M they are 'both

plkinag, as le wtsey last. r such

tb m.a1 0006 4
a sea1t 0eielt a tittle wrk. sever-
al boadb d Sawrtfter, abo4 $1U worth

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J4_- + : > .l ; .
'F' ..- ; + .

Aras ,onvinced Tkat His A advocacy

of Bank Diepsit Guarantee Made Hit

PoW Bade

His Views tWith Their


Jerrating our naval resources, were
intent on war and the emperor saw
in the presence of our sixteen huge*
battleships in Yokohama harbor the
only way to undeceive them. The
scheme wai a success but it 4eaver
Hobson still in possession of. a good
working war theory.

The New Orleans Daily States's
democratic campaign fund on Wednes-
day passed the $21.0 stage and' as
practically all of this mo ey has come
from Loulrsana democrats the States
says exultitgly: "It is afe to say
that this record has been equaled by
mo other democratic c w..s-iaeslth
in the American uniae." It is indeed
something for both Tjofi-- aMd that
stalwart democratic paper, the New
Orlean States, to he proud of.

The lady socialst who is the :omI-
nee of aer party for state superin-
tendnMt of sekIs I ths state may
not be legally qaZflhed to held the of
ace, i elected bese ofe her sea but
we gSnu eSe aft he wil he ut sto
no e ran taee ntn uthe questiem
in the emrts. esomint i is f yet hf
the gem stace Oitf 4evelepmelt
down here.

; o_

Vit *a t V e hto Ma an these trmee,

thoe l was either es. We Geas
stwentles to Uhus Itl" d lew o ftr
the p-rpoue ato pyea Ii-, ", -act
Ipon theme stock owners w'V aDllO
their cattle to rn at hume ahe city
that he lm,.avejenta muMA d -5
rNt repreiit so very mech money a
Small and that. ev est their cattle
and baogs' do destroy them, they can
all be renewed again In two or three
Tears' time. Time of course doesn't
cost anything and it It always a pleas-
ure to wait and to grow old at tae
same time.
We hope nobody will be offended at
-this purely personal 4Ict~slion of our
personal affairs. We are discussing
them, not because the public at large
is likely to be interested, but simply
because we want to give those cattle
owners who take advantage of such
things, a prompt and fair notice that
our fence is no longer there. If there
were no notice of the change it might
'e three or four weeks before the fact
were discovered and the grazing will
not be nearlK as good three weeks
hence as it is now.
A We should all assume that our leg-
islature is composed ofl htaat and ca-
pable men until proof to the contrary
is given. Of recent years an unfortu-
nate habit has grown upon us at decry-
ing and disparaging the men we select
to make our laws until, in the esteem
of a large proportion of people, to be
a member of -a legislatur-e is to be
rated as a respectable but essentially
ordinary person, good for nothing else
and always to be watched when there
is a lobbyist or any' other tfran of
temptation lurking around him. That's
a mighty good way to lower the per-
sonnet of the legislature. Another
good way is for the press and people
to be incessantly expressing the opin-
ion that- te legislature hasn't sense
aMd honesty enough to take care of
such a plata buidaess proposition, In
which there Is no eomplx feature,
S ixing the annual salaries of the
supreme and circuit Judges.of Florida.

The Tampa Tribune, urging the
coa0titatiamal angpaeU t to give the
legislature power to create additional
Judicial circuits, if needed, recalls
this object lessoo:
It will be remembered that, 'not
long since, the supreme court ve thtq
state, as constituted for the Florida
of many years age, became- bopele'sly
overwhelmed In the acchnmnlattng liti-
gation incident to the state's rapid
growth in business and in population.
The enlargement of the court was
deemed a matter of pressing need;
and it was doae. The situa n was
relieved. The circuit courts of the
rge cirets are Jt o Mwin that
same predicamOit. Tere-,mast be ai
speey eha&Me Sr the cause of justice
will suffer. Vote for the amendments.
SWhe 0 co1rta re ,- overworked tue.
Most 4tat Interests of the- atate de-
amaud tht the strain ali be relaxed.
mad as we can have only one judge
for each circuit the only way out of
tle difficulty Is to create additional
circuits where needed.

The comparatively few papers In
Flori. wi th are opposing the three
proposed constitutional amendments
generally beg..the' question of -their
merits and put their opposition on the
sole ground of additional expense.
This way of looking at the matter
saves the trouble of doing any think-
lng about it, but surely the issue isn
worth the most careful thought that
can be bestowed upon it. As a/matter
of fact no taxpayer will feel anv ap-
preciable increase In his taxes If the
amendments are adopted and with
this objection out of the way the pose-
the benefits to accrue to the peoplet
from them cannot be snmeessrully dis-
puted. All three of them should be

Air. Hobsou still has a fighting;
chance. It is stated on the authority
of Senator Dixon, of Mootana, that
our fleet was sent on its spectacular
voyage around the world and took !i
Japan eh route at the earnest request
of the Japanese emperor. The latter
and his councillors have all along
been friendly to this country, but the
masses of the people over there, an-

rulers of our affairs. This, o-couarse,
was with the connivance of carpet-
baggers and scalawags. Under this,
regime exhorbitaat taxes were levied
and collected. ~4t"-4he fln2UM ':t:tR
raised were ploited. I"stt and I-
dignity were hepeO $upStffni"rW *
people, and the state became bank-,
rupted. so to speak. The burde qof
misrule and graft- fell dmopt heartyy
upon the white natives. Patience
ceased to be a virtue and the white
people of our favored section revolted
against this reign of corruption, iand
by their united efforts the relii of
government were qsqei1ued from the
hands'of those in power and restored
into the keeping of tMe patriotic white
people where they rightfully belonged.
The means and methods adopted to
accomplish this wholesome result it is
unnecessary to here mention. It is ad-
ficient that the( expenditure of tIe.
energy, and blood was great.
To perpetuatee the 4ie of the white
people in thw Sothl-tf tIe primary
plan of dominating --idates was de-
vised. Since the advret of the pri-
mary the white -people he .con-
trolled the political afhrs of our
county and. state. It was devised for
this pusioee aad p to now It bes ac-
compliahed the purpose pt it cre-
ation. And the ooeatlmd edsuces of
the primary depends *pc* the latest
rity of those who participate It
either as electors or adidtes No
person Is compelled to taoo part In
the primary; it Is optial 'with hma-
self. If he elects to do so all that Is
asked of him is to pledge hie hooer tom
lbide the result and support the
nominees thereof. And when a per
son take part primary either as
elector or candidate he voluntarily as-
sumes this pledge, and no honorable
man who participated in the primary
can bolt the nominees of that primary
-without stultifying himeelL It will be
,nothing more or less than faith
broken and obligation sepilated, the
necessary result of whiIh ks dishosor.
I can see eo distintlos ne'twee a
man commercially honest ad politi-
cally recreant. A man is a man; he
is honest or dishonest la the e rthty-.
What I have. nert"osm s mid Is
apropos the contest between M rs.
Stokes and WiFgles, the regular omi-
nees of the white Deacratic primary,
and Messrs. PFblock gd Blgha
the nominees of the- Rigd epu-U
can executive comeditee. cemyowsi



Springs Pet Project in Lat-

ter Part of Addresses and

Gets Cheers.

By John Snure, in Philadelphia Times
The speeches be has- mde thta
far in New York have eovinced
William J. Bryan that the idea of gor-
ernment guarantee of -deposits Is a
popular one and that the people want-
to hear about it. He has been repeat-
edly told that this subject is the most
interesting for his audiences of any
that he discusses. Mr. Bryan knows
something of the art of how to stage
his campaign oratory so as to satisfy
best those who listen to it. and he has
a clever way of spurring on the desire
of his hearers to know more of his ar-
gument for the government guarantee
Generally Mr. Bryan discusses gov.
ernment guarantee of deposits along
toward the close of his speech. He
ha* been through the tariff and
through the trusts and has handled
the campaign contribution question.
It is growing well along in the after-
noon and folks want to get home to
get something to eat. At least it is
about supper time for those that do
not dine. "If time would permit," Mr
Bryan will begin frequently, "I would
like to talk to you at length on the
subject of guarantee of deposits."
Whereupon all the enthusiasts in the
crowd lift up their voices In a load
chorus of shouts and cry: "Go op; we
want to hear what you have to say
about it."
Stirs His Audiences.
Unfer such circumstances, unless it
is a car-end speech and the train Is
moving O., "Mr... B1.aa yields grace
fully and entetl IA a discussion o01
the guarantee issue. He finds that his
audiences give careful attention to
what he has to vt( this theme, and
if they are.not Accord with his ad
vocaey of the doriethen Mr. Bry-
an is being delved. _ne of two


Bryan Followers Enjoy

His 1aps at Uncle Joe

S Wmam Jeannings Bryan be
Sfsb hba n made a hit with his
aenc by him advocacy of gov-
ernmeat guarantee of bank de-
!m followers are enjoying his
mraps at Speaker Cannon and the
~tic nominee never panmes
alnd opportunity of assailing the
snd* statesman.
Bryan has adopted the hand-
raisingar method of testing the
0oplmals of his audiences on sub-
Jtsos of public Interest.
The Nebraskan's lecture n n tlhe
'Prince of Peace." it is believed, .
Sis added to his list of friends. *

things is true-either that the audi
ences Mr. Bryan talks to are In favor
of the guarantee of deposits or they
have not made up their minds fully
and want to be Informed about it.
Probably nothing Mr. Bryan has
said in the course of this campaign,
outside'of matters relating to the
planks In the Denver platform, has
been echoed back to him in various
ways so much, with expressions of ap-
proval, as his reply to Speaker Can-
non on the subject of his own wealth
and that of Mr. Cannon. Speaker Can-
non has never been accused even by
his best friends of not having ene-
mies. This year they are more active
than ever. and when Mr. Bryan item-
bed his own property and then invited
"Uncle Joe" to make a showdown, he
made a hit with them. Everwhere
Mr. Bryan goes some person who has
a tomahawk for the speaker takes
the opportunity to felicitate the Demo-
cratic candidate on the way he made
return to Mr. Cannon.
Raps Uncle Joe.
[Naturally, Mr. Bryan seldom misses
a chance in one of his speeches to
take a quiet fling at the speaker. Mr
Bryan is hearing a great deal to the
effect that many Western Republicans
tain revolt openly against Mr. Can-
nm, apd while he is aware that Can-
nonaim is less of an issue in the east
than it is in the west, he repeatedly
takes a jab at "Oincle Joe" to the ex-
tent of a few sentences.
IAke the old fashioned exhorter, the
revivalist, who at the close of his *r,
mars asks all those that have been
changed of -heart to rise, Mr. Bryan
is getting his audiences to vote on
Uestiones by raising their hands. One
fact sometime overlooked in connec-
tieo with Bryan but a fact that is not


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Vote the School Amendment

The ado t thetCohtitutlal
Amendmeat pkivImg or lhe support
of our Eat E cio Institutions
will take thae lee t forever out
of poUtics. reiwve an issue
which lM 0n" di1tarta4 ad ag
gravating one every session o the
Legislature for many ~ears. It will
place these institutions on a firm and
permanent basis. It will pera t thel-
development on br ad ad dem&tt'
lines. It will remove the uncertainty
as to their future which hlm been a
uont eeiam himaoioap In the past. It
will place witfig reach of every boy
and girl in Florida a liberal educa
tim. It will enable us to educate our
owa public school teachers. It will
keep in Florida thousands of *loilars
thtl are mpent every year by those
who go to other states for the educa-
tional advantages that we itav not
been able to furoish. It will encour-
age immigration by offering education-
al advantages equal to those otered
It will enable us to enlarge and
make more effective our college-and
university courecs. It will ensbie us'
to build better buildings. We can
take better oBre of our blind, deaf and
4dumnb children. We can strengthen
our agricultural and mechanica! de-
partments. We can Increane our
farmers' institute work. "
It will put our state abreast of caur
neighboring states and in line with
the great northwestern states that
have made most liberal provison km
their state educational institutions.

Member osrd of Contrq*l of
Educational Institutions.


We oaeoot be laggards. We must
ake or institutions worthy of our
tate. Vote for the amendment.
Member Board of Control of State
MUcetional Institutions.

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NebzastAt Never Overlooks

Chance to Assail Speak-

er Cannon.



He Always Pleases Farmers

By Telling Them He's

an Agriculturist.

to be overlooked in this .campaign, is
that Mr. Bryan is a better known
man to rmaiy parts of the country
than he was twelve or eight years
ago. One observer who has been
traveling about a great deal in this
campaign says that the Bryan lecture
on the "Prince of Peace" bas been in
no small way responsible for adding
to the list of the Democratic candid
date's friends. This lecture is one of
Mr. Brva:i'3 masterpieces and has
been widely commented upon. It has a
deep-religious vein running through
it and. if the observer in question be
correct, has convinced a great many
people that Bryan is not as black as
he was painted back in 1896 and 1900
and not as unsafe as his opponents
urged at that time and are now insist
In other words, the activity of the
man from the Platte country in going
to and fro and up and down in the
land since 1900 and talking to his
cou-ntryrnon on all possible occasions
would seem to have been of value to
him apart from the money he has
earned from lecturing.
Jollies the Farmers.
When Mr. Bryan talks to an audi-
ence of farmers he tells them that he
signs his own occupation as that of
journalist because he thinks he is
more of a journalist than a farmer.
He gets them in good humor by tell-
ing them that a man who works on
his farm and spends his money In
town is a farmer, and a man who
makes his money in town and spends
it on his farm is an agriculturist.
"I am an agriculturist." admits Mr.
Bryan. Whereupon everyone laughs
"My farm might be called an experi-
mental farm," he adds, "because I've
bex-n experimenting to see if I can
make money enough lecturing to
keep it up."

Vartly of white men. but metm y ol e s
groess. -FNoe Stokes and WViggo
submitted their candidacyxlr t-. t
legislature to the white voters of ts
400 .a" -d Messrs. Pollock and Pl-P
am mitted theirs to tht m k- ak
tee of whit men and negroes. Her ta
Hea the 4stinction.
Now it is up to the white Demo-
crats who partlelpated in th4- primely
to ee that Memars. Stoke- and Wi -
o9-re elected by the usual ever-
whfling majority. If either Dr. P*-&
lock or Mr. Bingham Is elected in thts
ceatest, It will evtemce the weak=
ad decline of the primary. And It
will be the first time that cta-ible
coauty ha been repre~ted at TIM
hseeeby nominees f a mixed com*
mittee. As said by Senator Beard, in
the article before referred to. it wilt
not only be a victory of Republican
over Democrats, but it will be a vko.
tory of the ngroes over the witoe
Who nominated Mesrs. Pollock an
Bingham? Was it not this committee
composed for the greater pert of ne-
groes; were they oot nominated at
the aro all over the negro dr
store at the corner of Palatox and ">
Oregory streets, in the city of Pensi
cola? Is it not a fact that aoom aftar
his nomination, Mr. Bingham. attend _
ed a nmeting of the negroes, at the
negro ball at thecorner of Garde
and Tarragona streets, In the -as
city, presided over by a asore. amd
did not Mr. Bingham make a speecle
at this same meeting and afterwards
received the conmratalatdos of the
negroe present? And Ia it not a. fact
that at this same meeting, Capt. W.
H. Northup, the Republiean nomimee
for congarees, also mae a speech, sa-
was be not called upon to anwer to
his egro auditors in reply to quee-
tions propounded by a segro preacher
named Isaac Johneon, wny e had re*
fused to appoint a certain negro wo-
man to a certain pesis In the pest-
omee? And s It ent fact that this
same Mr. Blgham also made e a
speech at the Republione mdegti
held in Seville muare which wa
opened by a negro gained Watts?
Will the white pepe count ees
such open and Sfgiagt pm ring to
the negrma for their votes?
Ktah l this and
the abmolte nxasS@ y of oMi
thile sgover seut i l hands oat e
white people, let w4 er
reason .s exist, .-why whtde rm,
In-" o to smppot thea nsofem
of the primary, hodnd Joh hsa
wi the uegvaid again W64* Ows
into our poties. ContV ewhite-M
settle our Politial dmi d mlomee
ourselves Is the white prl 7y?
is there m question ne vital tam the
white people of o mr oo -astr
emm of the whit Pue o I rIn "
term polteall, a wall as ahe Ia e?
White m utal tpiwhr ad Tte
mary; the negroees are -Md eml -
Yours very truly,
4 T. WT WrtIJA
Editor Pensacola 4e0r1l.
We notice that theI iMne commit.
tee-has allotted to tbe Imst
for mprevemets for tl ye
as 1oflows: P r sj" :
square 8$M; 'am 86:
Malesa square I s at oviw iipars

we think that Bayvlw, a 4 ty k
haou ot be classed iththe
boseed squares woep it e on ap *
propriating moaey tsr e .;yd"
These square'are e-m block el
sad me half of each sk are by s
of the board of works, mnut e-
ed ftr a ply grouend lt theEln :4
Ths leaves at the as4t e uatl -I
block of grqupd o sped woamf i .3
Bayview with Its 35 acr-s a--
har L mile of aWer f t Iso 6
seighborbhood pas, but a park Sir "
eatire city.
If the aer of thle AMem Reoi
tee reflects the views ofr
cttistaM and the emle wie peat l
taxes, regarding thae saly park PeW.
saCola pwns, the the ma that tw- 4 *
a"d speot a sftr
The work that thMe perk
paut In otaide of the labor pl J
w-a useles. The --y *
grMnds was wnaed. The eset q is.
her of setting oat e-ily 4W tiu5&
paues was s m re. -

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wgesowuIs l jwahe for the Plal and Winter shOe trade.
610 eas -is been m0ting ousdally for week. We
...wb o-ft"alty^^.: The Ready--*Wear Store This Week Ees Its1
& u-p* jig- "i : I t ~New hese. rThis will give you an id ea
S -- - --- rival Position as "Oitters t W" in
t Footwear for Ladies the l Attrativ tWS
at Kid itMam Cleth Top (Red Creso Make) pain toer for Dress uiiWI
S" K nwr Lace, plan too, turn sole, high Cuban heel, $.50. EVER before has our great power of buying en so cleary and decisively
atL. KAd, Mt4 CWel ^ button, plain to, tum osl, Cuban heel, $3.50. onstrated as in this purchase of Suits, which 'will inaugurate the Noveber
amk Kid Pat. tp *lusher., medium heel (Red Croes), a swell walking ing here to-ijotnAw.
SCalf uto, e on sole, very swll walking uperb $30.00 and $3.00 Tailored Suits50 $25.00.
h Kid, Clot Top, B utton, turn sole, 3$50 Superb $30.0 and $35.00 Toas-ut ed
5uI Ta wm Cal, e,-1 O ,Sat Top, x"tonsion soleo ..W.
perA KM~awe fOK alMo"tasuronsla"o, Tans, whvit Pke. $ 3 AIn Broadcloths and hard-finished worsteds. leantiful models, the latest create
elegantly fitted and finished, Taffeta Silk lined, 34x36-inch lengths,
SFootgear made to sell at $30 and $35, Monday only .........................
Pa.. t.,Col i nhWIt Mat GIoodyarwelts, 8 -2to 11, $2; Tailored Suits--worth $30.00 Monday--On ly $19.76.
im ae eUss a.e trn c, a8., to it, 2oo; 1 1. f i T ake quick advantage of thisextraordinaryunderselling. Fancy Worsteds, B
*Tom. -, Rusian Calf, utton Lace, 1-2 to 11, S2.O; 111 2 cloths and Cheviots, blacks and all colors. The finest product of the
e' Lea Mat Calf 79 extra high out. 81-2 to 11. s2 .oo man tailor of our fashion centers. Instead of $30, Monday, only ...... $9

STnKT tunle25; "1 W omen's $15,00 and $18.00 Coats--Underpriced $12.5
11. W-wn ekseeq all sty 81-2 to 11. 1.5; 12 to 2. 2.MA
SMat To Button and a. 1.2 to 11, 1.50 and $1.7. Made of Tan Coverts, black and navy Broadcloths, sei-ttd. Also the
S.t .. eand .ss- S .hoses fm 1 S 0 to $3.50 In all loth hew Empire styles, Satin trimmed. Regular $15 and $18 values. Special $1

-Another Lot of $20.00 Coats--Monday only $15o0)
S The new Empire Styles prevail in this lot of beautiful Brh Man-Tailored C
iP he^ t 1 t o l"_A I .A colors, green, browns, navy, tans and black. Oagit to be $). i
ST Special ....................................................... $15
117 South Palafx et- The New Altman Voile Skirts-Monday $7.50
This is a very fortunate purchase of the celebrated Altman Voile Skirts, gored

Sco had gran d an nig d ower to ort only ......... .................. ......... ..... .. .... .............
te- of the lease on this six bun- east and south of their land.
dred and eighty thousand acres I am today in receipt Ct te lo Milk W
Sat a grossly adequate mp. ing letter frol your secretaryque an adras aists 50 et an ilk Wast
wstea, of oneselghth royalty and DA state: Mai
Ss tof is to the osa . Annsolnt Ltt Stripes, cors, plain white, The most exclusive and
'740 i my duties to the tO te C. N. HaskeH. Governor of Oklahoma
t a l ofor tte I to Se orleter otober elegantly tailored, collars and confirmed styles, all colors,
0the end that the Osage ludians might t aud signed by you as goverqorf
have an o ty to rceve b co kom, hs been eerre to cus attached $1.75. Mon- $8 an $10 values, Mon-
Stho aterer petitive or otherwise, an lncol depar tment of state, wh .i charged
Ij is. .m t.the y 1evalues o of their lands.twithAbe condt cthofe
In si. o .fmdort tey s i.o 1-.t wdayh ver y special $1.24. d oy $o00r
a = *Wthey coul reaety obtain equal betweenn &ie presijent
ethe s the avre obtaled by the a executives o th~' e several states. & d
m -ay. -yF de? U-t t> ^ o bThe chkacter wf this w __________
t-io, .which, undemstauod 6 be mala.y .
false and which I perceive to be
wholly insoleet, such that m ama
to. r i titbe a I atdevice to At.
V X \A II tract f the prialdent. f"r the pur-. 'll 1 r K r wIo
STO i w gr e ae of notice which y. wo ul
no -t receive ponairy. teppect for
1 Y O y a" -it o T T ys 2 .O...- n"O tfitters to Women." 9-1 S. Palaox St.
ii i- i-. f l l. "such a lettr ever your ti et as
ISJ 1rgovernor, leads poe to acknowledge Its
S Z receipt. The vabstsop of tbeLom.&_ P. -

R Very respeatf U a*ll.Cy, .
,r I regret that my duty forces me, M3.

SNobby as th s jlnstration dootosed tof THANK PROCLAMATION
________________________________ppinsolent Mr. President. if hm t WAshington, D. C., Oct. 31.-Th'e
ad1-rence to my dutie. is ansoe prpeident today issued he "annual FREE COOKING LESSONS. FREE COOKING LESSONS. FREE C(
then let it be insolence, but that abh* Thanks iving proclauti'on touwhiih he
surd statement orom yoar secTtary of points out the steady growth of the
Appearance yon .u for *c or aw..ty ilU< dol t ad .... a4 t.h Po ular Ry- ..- W
lara due to the Osage ildiaas. averagb oi individual comfort end f
n counts Mr. President, yow secretary ofwe llf b is higher tBH that of any __ _*__ __ ____ __ _[_ _
S now, fOr a state saya "My demand is A Govice other country in the world. Fur this,
to a~ttrct from the president for the he declared, ACericam owe it to the
t I h : great deal in this *.**r ** **** *Strong. 9 and 11 South Palaflox Street
1, L 'Jl^U Arr 'Let it be commiderod as l*ttet4 Spal- How to Get Streng.
wor W ld. ly yoer will either cancel that lease p. j. Dlny. of 1247 W. Congress Bt, -
*rself or the autherlthqo of 'h elate Chicao, tells of a way te become *
S Oklahoma will present the matter strega. He says: "My other, who
It doesn t cost H bL 8 b a lng mh beneft frou Electri B To the Ladies of Pent= col*:
righou emd for Juatice. ter that I teel it', my duty to tell

much to dress well, (8igaed) .. 5 ed edic The Southern Cotton 0a Co.'s ,.,ootracoi1
Smtr' .se. markbedfem nflseh H. C. Becks, Miss DeLettre, wll gmva agaonmainisa
if you et clothes n med, bmia a a been v e- H C
-- t mme e and she is steadily growing
Strongerr" Electric )Bittere quickly Snowdrift Hogless Lard, and Weon.s Cooking Oil,
Irmedy stomach, liver mnd kidoy corn-
F m r ,here. mtun i.nULLLL d der sast at all the popular Ready-To-Weadtore, 9 ind 11 Soth P

Sll N rA New Firm. fox St., commencing Nov. 3rd to N 14th ho f
4'.- Priced from M Henry Whfte and Bro. Is tobe the a. m. to 12 m., and from 3 o 5 p Cak
..ON-. Gsg--G sMe ot the newly orseied concern
Special ft T"e Jew"aJ. to loeMe where the present dry etc., Ted free to all. to
S. / 4 a -- .Carabelle, Oct. 31.-Eddie Moore, goods quarters of the W. J. & B.
.U t son of Hon. E. R 1.nL. oo lres compwOy is now closing out what can be done wth S.odiift Hoi Lard
was hart by the paw._nga jM j .tvwelve years ithJoW.te,eota-m- ---.
1.- .e of Ho -. R. L- r oetred who thplt with Jo Hen White,_ ~os COOl
4aYhabout twelve o'clock. died I"- le#, 3M 1. Palatox, has ust raturn- I-..Wn's.Co in mh -
n eight about twelve o'*fctc He wa- ef ero .New York. where he has pur.-
S Vone of the best ytg of our ciea complete t of Mes ed pies bcit etc, aand i the i mpeh, Hns,a
town. having just returned fromn 4- B13s' Pothing. Hats. Shoe sand Fur-
lfge and entered Into business i'gn sat Mr. White states that he
/ IS "at-s^ i S'_r_ ........ ,, I Se' .^SeSforuWa In visit-m etc., demonstrating this fact: Sno Tft
Aft aSatisfy yourself his aimer in the s. pac ngaue.' -o..on.., o... ,e vn-!et._e.
*__ _ G__Tradi o. baean ple to place very fa or- and Wesson's Cooking Oil, are pure, hveltnfWl and
1ders, which later ona might have been
SCatarrh Cannot Be Cud t le. A_. enry W ite & Bro. nomical, doing away with inignt~i and dype
.it LOCALP PCA S. a l. 1.1' These goods are odorless and btautel u Ah i twir
t arrhi.nabood.or con.tittaS3.d.ea.s Blue Ribbon For
d -allsaa1u t m r Iitl J Sacksn Soquare Made by the Southern Cotton Co., Savma.A,
/ IitakIen internally. and acts direcuy a the _j_.m _
*) Crsnta Q uack me c ItT hemany -a Jacks q9s" York and New Orea.
n B am" thi country 3rfor yeaw. $a R a* that at tt-he Alaa- tate ,
S. .bust tocsp Itw. u i tk* s i be o M tWnl i y us .
ibei t blood prlo act t ii4or ,C ,w Importers0 s.. i ., mre
muc an-ce- The rfecre% d ist te Aa-m0 -
tii of the two iwngresi.saIs wget ArktnurasATl his o-
7t dkices such aS di ^esalts egrc sucs woneeof t resvery eimort-
(atarrk 8.0 for teStot Pam tp th P a i son th. wylare Import.
Opposite the Plaa F. J. C N & CO To. eOfSoth.

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unable see the play until it was a
Ihememb m Ms MlI "The TifSle s Oseming.
fruk, asm peBh in a "-Te Thler'; which Cherles Froh-
the1 m tIN*e Te will bring to this city for the
SM g-,i nttime at the opera house. Ncvem-
Ss teAe ber 13th, is from the pen of Henri
1. 6 put e* --k" h-e Beratti o, one of the most ingenious
soe a o f te pl11 w62iand succeeaful of contemporary play-
i .' "'.s b m n de-d d et wrights. M r. Bernstein is already
eatt eed l e ti s am-,bown- forseveral plays similar in
bo er. The masnaMgelm he Iment o construction, very similar in inge
pera T ew = i.r r bishe g -ain- nt ity and coposition. to 'The Thief",- e
Oe u b" = po t e publice Ied. Afer but it is probable that for many a
beman fined bakea, e sw the pear to come he will be known in this t
%1 e esadl iamtdiaume atoM mesp e country, as he still is in Fiance, as 5
(.-g m ea iok b atl.a the author of "Thed Thief," despite his
nuore recent plays.
""The Thief" is in three acts. It ob-
e public that the show this week -erves a41 the unities of time. place
will be one o( the best ever seen in and incident. The action takes place
this city. They also wish to request within twenty-four hotrrs. First pro-
the ladies and children to attend the dced at the Renaissance theatre in
Intinees as much as possible in or- .Paris in December. 1907. "The Thief" You ma hbelpi
der to avoid the night rush. Read made qn immediate senpeation- It ran little soldiers in you
the ad. elsewhere in today's Jomna. through the entire season with the helth reg
Guitry nd Mme. le Barg in the rhief th
"Buy "Traitor" Seats Early. roles. About the foibles., he am- yo-to repel the ma
Everyone in the South will recall bition, the cunning, the love as deep and contagion
Show three years ago a horde of ticket s human passion and as wide as nu- germ are in the ai
s peculators, attracted by the phenom- man frailty of a woman, "The Thief"t e waer you drink
co al success of "The Clansman". pre- is a woman's play. But side by side th
ceded that play throughout the first with the great le-soni it contains for eat, and on thing y6
Southern tour, and often sleceeded i every wife, it contains rich food for
EDWIN R. WEK. securing many of the best seats which thought for every husband. It is the
they resold at exborbitant prices. Al- Boost startling human dramatic docu- You m them how ii
though the management made extr- meant put on the stage in year., to keep them wbeil
.old, is one of the best v linists jlb ordinary efforts to forestall the specu- The company which will perform
Chingo today. She has wobderfql lators theywere often succesful be- "The Thief" in Pensacola has been if you don't, they
technical equipment, obtains a lovely cause at first the public did not real- especially selected iron among iir. you in any expom
tone and plays with a fvirilty sur Ise the importance of securing their Frohman's players and has been re- always more or le p
ing in such a young girl--MAsical seats when the sale first opened. In hearsed under his immediate supervis- Among thesedims
Leader, 1906. this way the speculators rjalpd a on in New York. The performance
Miss Luci Gilespie, whose itsc rich harvest. The management of in its effect and action is an xat ferareeer
piano solos, splendidacoonpanb ments "Thle Traitor" wishes again to in duplicate of that given umdei- 6hc au- spotted feWr, small
and histrionic ability have caused *press upon the public the importance thor's direction in Paris, 'where tne ague, tbs or
d such favorable eomnument, will -eakm ec of watching the newspapers for -he play ran a year. To make and kee
with the company this seaseok A&n announcement of the opening at the No ,play put on in the last twenty-
idea of her abilities is bet set fort eat sal4 in each city. Do not delay five years has created the stir and blood
In the words of sle of the cities in securing your seats. Those who received-such general approbation as
.thouginut the country. oBuy eacly can laugh at the specula- the pias from the French, whose dictated by erpptic
I hAlaAdvetiser, a: tes. "The Traitor" will be the at- stary runs as follows:
'She s d #hwd Mtrlils of traction at the petr he next The Voysins, husband and wife, are anema,
her Instrument. She played with Tuesday, Nov. 3rd. ad the ru~m for visiting Dr. and Mrs. ;ardes at genera debility,-
-. strength and feeling as well, as owl- se ts promises to be even greater their country home. The Legardes no in 00it to
edge of her art." than it was-in the case w f "The Clans- h ve a son, Fernand. who is smitten
man", for practically every man, wo- with Mrs. Veysin. and writes her the T y
'in 1 T e a Tet40 y 40 Orpham Theater Offes SI 1 $ w. an and childin the south has m most ardet love letters. Mrs Voy- You d
-,e aier "Al the Owidh~m J POtting Mr. Dixon's first play during tree sin, who Is yotmg and charming, and
-anm extra good show on this ,week sucesslve seasons, and they will all who loves her husband with an urn- Tho il. ni
t 0 '- T< the" wTl b e o a* T ak ta TI. Th want to see th dr, blic Ituetl.-Of Swervng devotion. treats the young in
', Show will open wt i*w Whee e, t play the fit season. As this man's amatory attitude lightly, as am Hod
e who bills .hlm se te lmb artltred would of course be impossible with sort of Iromantic flutter that will soon reaabwis in to a
S. .. : l. Mr- ,Wheelr Is a bh_ -fac the presentapacit of the payhouses p way She is good-natured and
-- __comedian of no little %ty af-vwil the earsiy buyers are the ones who 'humored towards him, but his
-J- tamno doubt make a big tt In P lI !a i will be sure to see "The Traitor" dur- attentions have made no other impres- i
(it m a re]kal m l Ie is said tO b te 'wi aver Ing its first tour. Thohe who plut off ain ;pon her than that they are the
Si M ow n aMMe- lets his audience stop llau ng:h buying their seats until the last m- outbreak of a silly sentimentality on
-ght .1 rmi exzwu- A Aloth. r feature will, b the Wilspi nent will probably be disappointed. his part. He writes her love letters
an am nd lahst, singers, ,dancers.a Amee troo Theandsan ho sof people bh he places under the pillow of
Slast, tigers and det had this experience during the first the bed In her boudoir and leaves
", (n "n of fa- ;r104. T7hey have been 'playing .it our of "The Clansman" and were them around In other places where he
u ^B wilI* Ifid them.Jacksonville the IIat hl -o he Te elatis This letter us
Mam concert violinist. place they were the bit of the bill.kwsish leads T hise tter
o the Ameri h is also the J e Hale Co PILES CURED AT HOME IN EW culty an which he has not at all reek-
_' ^ I.a I 1 I jf'J iL 'I 4ki MMI. and a who put on a beantiful e sItplay,ed ao- r otrs soea u e de ha mod
IN Of the great- titleS The Little Partner.- in which PILoS C A H Y N o"me me For ne rs.Lenfds hasmhraurea
SandU e a t ry u chitie -steS oIA erica n he r AiSORPI ION METHVOD t .at rawer. and as a detective named
snpe has est chid actress, Is iaured. Zlambtalt, who ia In the house ma ns-
6001 a sollst. The show, as usual, will close with If you suffer from bleeding, Itching, querpding as a friend of Mrs. Ie-
II I up a the pletnres and e~ay2 e who has ever blind or protruding Piles. send me your
visited the Orpheum ues the p ddeU, and 5 will te you hower has eeft ertnand t quietly
Ai -w .. ...eaie . e Yourself at h6m e by t new absorptiou 'creeping slp the stairs to the be
ll l_ "., .e fted .t1 Pres are always a fe e from thetreatment: and wi also Send ome o roo and ha alo en him take
-- -. the highest fact the effects 5ire 5o W ,* this home treatment free for trial, with smthi from the wer in que-
b" o, al ervatory, h- Profs. Joe Levy and -- SIuls u%. references from your locality f re-i fro the drawer in e
VWl a Won S In i quested. Imedtate relief .and permanent tion, he openly accuses him of being
41- H cur.e as 1ured. Send ac gee, but tell the thief. It is known that Fernand
^qOI4O eighteen years The management wishes to assure others of this offer. Writed to Mrs has had an affair with a pretty actress
..... ""a ,~l-l _....... SummersC UU P, Ssn m m~llId. -to whom he as .made presents, an&
.. . 1 - I Itlooks as ifbhe had stolen .he money
.. ... i aOpt TIKT ufto meet the financial requirements of
DEMOCRATIC TICKET the ca. The lgardes are astonish-
-ed at the revelation.They refuse to
_''"___believe the detetive. He unfolds, bit
by bit, his evidence, and the father a.
o rNAtNAL. last is convinced. He send:; for his -
For Pres~idential'~"~lson. Flernand has gone into the
H. P. Bailey grotuds to recover the letters lie
-P. W. Butler. wrote Do M -s. Voysin. she having told
obt. E. Davis him where he wouid find them, un-
SamuelPac. or. opened and umiread. Mrs. Voysin vol-
State res"er -W .. Kntotrs to go aleh er Fernand whenothe
1e...teet..."blFor Congressman: father demalpiandsois presence. Sheere.
WD. H. Mays. turns.Jn a.moment with hilm. To the F
STA~t NOMINEES. amazement of everybody but the de-
.."Govemoe-Albert W. Gilchrist. % teesive, Fernand confseshi hguilt.
Secretary-of Stat*. -H. Clay Craw- d .His fathe.furious ate theyoungmwanlsl
TOOAttorney Qeneral-aark M. Tram- Siora period toa distant ov r
JDMNceC- otSr Coh:re he can earn and repayo-the
-ContrhlIor-A. C. Croom. stoln money. Of course.diernand Is
StateTreasrr--W. V. Knott. not the thief. The discovery of the
'aL DF TaIw -irAvkSuperintendnt C- Public Instructibn real culprit and the boy's exculpation
S. -Rjtat-Win. H. Hotloway. conie later on. Meanwhile the pep
C omn.. er of Aigriulture--B. r .atis for Fernand's banishment pro-
"J. P. :Stokes.... H Mrs. Vodsin's nice kindly talk

cJutic of the Supreme Court: husband too dearly to care for anyone u
*,-t JdWgn. A. Hocker. else, has not. had the effect of quench-l
Ba' T hee.Mi. Shackheford. 1rygs or In any way subduing hisib h -
-, COUNTY NOMINEES. band and ROife beCome painfully
"h aelperte t .B.oo strained, and p cintin ue so until! the mbo-
C. L. veiggins. meat set for Fernand's departure.
..P. Stokes. Here disclosures cre made that put A Drarati
Clerk of Court-James Macgibbon. plexio s upon a1J the circumtnces, derhfl story of

n __r scalds and all aches ant pains. You
of the Bankrupt Stock must ge gotten rid of before that Political Aimu tse.enm. M ot'e "ay uoe A

.FOR S HERIFF. D'Ale berte dm6st sad apothecary,
timC.- At the request of man trends in t~be 121 e th ll s alatsx teet. Penaacola. The Tra
c ty a copty. I hereby aunncft m niof a.
Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Blankets, Comforts, a c of" "'h eST discussion as
Underwear, Hosiery, Cloaks, Suits, Men's (Cothing and ices-so
. A High-Class Lyceum
Shoes must be closed out at any sacrifice. Coursecan be enjoyed now seeing.
by Pensacolians this All orders
Don't overlook this Great Bargain Sale. winter. Smith Manage
Remember, we guarantee to meet all legitimate m Edwin R. Weeks "-
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competition and sell you for less
be cheerfully refunded.


or your money




Sinclair, .
ist, and I
espie, Pia
Will xbe
ber W"Ar
ber 4, at
1 lumbus H
Eaeamida County. a te general electi. : Gefneral
to be he4d it Novk and soIkit the
votes of al! voter" 4his' county.

d by Miss Lulu
Concert Violin-
Kiss Lucia Gill-
the first num-
esday. Novem-
Knights of Co-
Admission, 50c.

re LUttle Solhiers

Your Blood

bi I ic. and thu. we

W&, to dedinYOU agwt d m
doe red I"id.adth e

=oft 11 so o& bow know..

ualess these
r blood have
h to fight for
my infectious
eases whose
you breathe,
the food you

important it is
y and strong.
cannot serve
m to disemans
Sawe typhoid
ox, malaria,
p e s option.
p thee little

soldiers healthy and trong, i sim-
ply to make and keep the blood
of the right quality and quality.
This is just what Hood's Sarsa-
parills does-it helped the oUle
soldiers in your blood to fight for
you against all diseases whether
ariang from evils inside or outide
It 9=Bss eand e Bs.yaw

led Mmmb qaP 1d4

It is the bet preventive as weB
as curaive medicine.

impure and impoverished,-a condition in.
ins, scrofula, eczema, catarrh, rheumnatism,
m, tired, languid feelings, loss of appetite,
then the little soldiers in your blood are
Sight or yYuL
r health and greater 'strength.
n taking Hood's Sarmaparilla at emoe.
297 lath St, Brooklyn, N. Y, writes: *I
Saesparill a ,gzet blood purifier and I
li who suffer from imparities of the blood."
id form or in the choooted tablets known as
w form. 100, D es One Dollar. Alldruggists.


esday, Nov. i

You Have



Remember te
and secure s

1 0 early so that
irst Presentation in this



ization of Thomas Dixon, Jr.'
the decline and fall of The K
ning Pollock and Mr. Dixon.
H. Brennan.

itor will create as much talk
s did its forerunner, The Cla"

c. 75c, $1.00, $1.50. Boxes $2.00

for seats must be
r Opera House.





ity of

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tation for making the beat. te kind that Pats a lifetime.


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...e aiuber Ushers in the Busy Shopping Season and Finds Ever)

ent in Our Store Prepared to Take Care of Your Want



Ladie' Slk Kimonas, new and pleasing designs, MISSES'. CHILDREN'S AND BOYS' CAPS
6. h. Never before in the history of Pensacola, has theta
L.adis CrepKimanas--some have silk and some been gathered in our store such a m nificent collection
Sbod to h oall eason's es some of Misses', Children's and Boys' beautify style
A BahRobeall thiss hih-rd M -- ds, excellent wh.
CilIs BatRo be and tassel 42 to $7..$0.5 Monday and Tuesday you can uy them at the fol
c ildreas Bath Robes* 4 to .14 years $2.50 to owing ex raoratnary prices:
Ladies' 0mv CAombi Sacqu r beautiful matenial.Our entire line of 25c Caps for 17 cents.
Sacque beautify material Our entire line of 50c Tams, Yachts, Nplen Golfs, Etons, Rkioos, Clift
r d uch les than you can buy the material andd at 32 cents.
tz^s- 1tr I ~All the above styles in 75c quality, for 52 cents.
is'BathoomSppers, $1.25; easly worth Many beautiful styles of elegant $1.00 Caps for 2 cents.
SBath m Slippers, $1.25; easilyworthA magnificent line of $1.50 Caps for 92 cents.
0 .L i "be"' We cannot justly describe in cold type the beauty and *cellence of our $1.75, $
________________________ $2.50, and $3 Caps, but can honestly say that for beauty of design, fweness of matter
and high-grade woklunaiiship, they cannot be peeled
Tor ..$. 75l q Tties for $1.22; $2 qli$es for $1.2; $2.50 qualities for $1.62; $3 qualitie
HOSMRYDELAR 10VNT.L' or $2.42.
*~p ~ of. store h we bNow, if you want a Cap for your boy or girl, this isan opportunity you .houJ
e th hit Off or store have we offered better values avail yourself of, asit will not come to you again soon.-
`n we are offering to-day in our hosiery department The New Bordrd Prales
-, r Wo ded~'-Child's 1x1 and 2x2 Rib Hose. Would be a good purchase at 15c, 2 for 25c, Our spe- n e r -/
Adlcet. 1 Yard-wide, new and nifty designs, per3 yart cents
Why buy Calico at 5c per yard, when we have a splendid percale, regular 81-
Sjarvel"-Really equal to sust 25c storkings (every pair guaranteed). Special, 15 cents. kind, at 5 cents?
I. "" Hose, 'om and eie .. OwIot 1000 yards Taffeta-finished Gingham and Plaids. Retails every

S-a and Tan M and S skAose. Non better at 5 cs. We Sell Centimeri" and "Valer" Kid Gloves.
K Black Silk Lite as~ a Campasii in tan. Stand pre-eminent in the world of Hosiery. ly We believe they are the most reliable 0c. bet fitng Gloves ade. A color
SWe beiee they Blacare khe most reliable best ed Pink and Blue. Gloves made. All colat 15 and 25 cents candies long and short $100 to $350
ts" H R Whitele, TRm'Red, Pink and Blue. A complete range at.15 and 25 cents. andixesu, ling and short, $1.4 to U.50.N




Everything to Wear.

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K. .i s e dg dooed by ro & bort-
tr *ei1r lo w*' tok tetl tM The are
origsmate4 to a clothes closet on the
ead Owoor a** tAought the fire
Sstartei W t% s pbe some time during
yesterday. .The ire was confined to
H n1110 eeead oy of the building andl
44tt % ortho., touecher with the root,
WM badly fomeed. There waa no
I Ir U0 IWU911 tereak t the Samlly at home when
the ame tart

V. M. M. A6 uUW cHaOet Is

1 It sae waae"ato"r atse
r *hc a ". 3: ofFIRST DAY OF'THE OPEN SEAS
Sbaftoffolinf!ad ev ent AND TO JUDG" FROM PREP-
%*v-ft bow ykenned by in
%tP r.' iw 'rVr .rl be ARATIONS LAST 4IGHT THE
.bses t subjedI "The M-N WOOD* ARE FULL OF SPORTS-
R~n**a:"ame&** eb ""
M vim a~ &1%0
sos .Mriso,4 q"will be v%4 to com-
r* f '4 any who ae Iatem*td It The hbutantsn M abroad i! the lad
!0- The g Tsb. e.t. .7 .today, &aW jud&gi roa the lar nuam-
Wl **t* ..U U>E 60 wi be"rs who we -n'gepanims
W -'iMt *N to go bunting this morning
wh ote county are full of
IRE ,. iTsy i the opening of the
S8e ae6ge2, a4nd =les all reports
a-eti the leige' amount of game
****1*MM ***-t =
teyi;fr7.-w prove mu-
*.true, li awsutitas of quail will be
brv"Pt ta by those who left here
YeSterdaY. The obeaf of the seas-
*URIH SA an-- _LI has sbee l"PUemdy &waited by Jo-
cal huntes.aad now that the reatric-
V W Yion pmAl UG E an this sport have been
raised It to UBaly that they will get
all that n s oseng to th.m.
*A9WEN sTRE W DOVER=P w1 13* t, Tr-am -
SN- "uAfES IARLV LANT S1GH. J '*F oveafto -d weetL
t to MiiMnee M f (or bMiker CosL
Whoa seA her buakers "he wl
S4-W VA doom to-I-Q". H
SIW Pis of cotoweeed ce.

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'Our New BOYS' D
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Sqomical Parents.
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GLOVES---The shades, makes, kinds
:want, $1.00,-$1.50 up.
HATS and SHOES---From head to fo(

*rong here.



)t, you can't go

Underwear---Two-piece or union suits

HI every mesh.
CLOTHING--Hart, Schaffner Marx: Kirschbaum
& Company.

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It's a hobby of ours, this "cc
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eds are to be supplied you are. as-
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nabeen namaimateid by the
;-&= k cVoters at the e ny
1O-Cf~~tmbjr the upamiselbe poml-
4-00 atrepreentative'in the 3lgIab-
prpithat I sbould at WhS
bwastatement ot my VIews an
~sat 12 of tawA to MY
ahbss viM psbiy be, deskt with
IesluAbuub ,of, 1098, to theasd
jo~u mar be fUW .yw Imt ci
I o-en n&vai' to emPect
q@C- Ub wo mbbslee e"Rt C MYmy -
epjm@At Sp. WlS *a Tuesiaonext.
~~ ~tkb bite peoplemue
-j ;4wag sd OverShaftolm
~'"as 1 66 betweenn OUr
~~CU jppC tih1Sand NEWrilg
'.c.L W~bw, mad zedf.
W~qa tcip- "inthe F-,
0007 t bt tflug, awam OnE to tm
d* gfmt~th~j 4uaposed piedgesm 081
vme *r the. ainees of tdr olm
~sr v2wrthwey -6e"t to
*Repub~ci~ntleket for
*Ftlnmda mlt. and nrolt owe the
mg~eeof the, wilue.
-40COW eONM- OWr
of Owores mand vile

of e iqort
gmwgt-abmouy dlceultles tRat
jr.4G e Pgt *emofyears.
,6t the Present outhis

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West Intendencia St.

The Auburn Hair Comedian,

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T5COoiFr peope may 60M adviGmbe
W111ter wileet with MY a&P,
-l will recelvq my m¨-
lied amalppot tU Twasoe next April.'
-Oe of the Immbll-et the Republi-
_. ,caa mWty for to_.* t e.e, in a
,. -.. speech Made at Seti Squre ome
two weeks A, hm,:
L.. Now. fellow e i&9 wwoud
you rather have Mr. 9 of Piae
Barren and Lawyer sto ebf Pensa-
cola. handling your city charter-the
..... document that in a way guarantees
your civil rights-the document tinder
S which the city government is adminis-
., tered. or would you rather have Pol-
lock and Bingham?
*That is the question, and it is up
.. to you.-"
let me ask, fellow citizens. whether
"o. u would rather have Mr. \Wiggins
and myself. a native born Pensieolian,
who has spent his life among you,
whose hopes, ambitions and a:pira-
ttons 'n life are intermingled with
yours, and those of your sons aad
....daughters, handle your new city char
toer, or Dr. Pollock and Mr. Bingham i
IL Mr. Wiggins and myself, who come
before you as Democrats. bearing the
%4Sendoremanet of a majority of three
thomuand white Democrats, or Dr. Pel-
lock and Mr. Blngham. who owe their
eudotseinet to a Republican Efxecu-
tire Committee consisting for the
greater part of negroes and having a
nrgro as chairman? Mr. VWiggins and
myself. whose whole lives, whost
nomination, conduct and methods in
this campaign afford you every re4-
sc.n to 'believe that in your new city
charter we wiln write white su-
premacy? Or Dr. Polock and Mr.
Hingham, whose lifelong affiliation
with the Republican party., whose
nomination. conduct and methods in
this campaign afford you every re son
to believe that in your new city char-
ter they will write racial equality?
M:r. Wiggins and myself. who are ap-
pealing to the white people of our
county for our election on Tuesday
next, or Dr. Pollock and Mr. Bing4mniam
who are pandering to the uegroes for
"That is the question, and it is up
to you."
Fourth-The Paving Law.
We all regre that the paving or fhl
streets of our city has been ,o irmduly
delayed. Good roads and pavcd
". 7 .1 .. streets are evidences of a people's
or ere f ai core and co stutedo b ao uius *
civilization. The greatest roads and
-.e. nment C our ourIty since that ."s highways in England today are those
y-wig-ibe. the u gt sea- or adequate to serve pqes o id out and constructed by .Julius
[ ltf:of t .ttUre. for enactmeet Pensacols of. tody. "Caesa- before the advent of the Chris-
-pprweo itef This proposed eharte holdt eU- tan era.
"avi.i'a charter that body and incorporate such povisions .The delay in the paving of our
Sies .ad applicable as will meet with the,4pproVl of tft streets is due to a faulty law passed
Sglitlc i.. The present people of the city lf,ev wy, respect. at the last session of the legislature.
estacmted in. 1895, *apd I And the question-as to b~ the I 'is fault will be remedied at the
-MeI ae-npueceeated growth of Reecorder should be a lawyer o- other sext session of the legislature, and


Matinee every day, 4:30 p. m.
cents, to all. .


Three night shows, 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30 p.
Night prices, ten and twenty cents.
Ladies and children are requested to attend
Matinee to-morrow, then tell your friends about




Lady Minstrels N
at the Theatre National,
he Fall Carnival at
ille, Fla. H
Times-Union, October 25.)
al Week, Manager Clark has been so
cement of the famous Relnfield's Lady
talented young ladles is a favorite in
e in August proved the biggest draw- --
Nreatre, by crowding It to Its capacity
ig the week. I
Night Performances.
. ... . .. . ... 2:30 p. m.
..... ...... . .7:15 p. m.

2 .
.,I hope to have the privilege and pleas- lands. If properly lgltelvted, would
tare of assisting in accomplishing this fetd the teeming millions of the re-
result. public. It is advisable to induce lmp-
Fifth-Conviet Lease System. migrants of such character as will
By reason of obsehelp buil up or state to come
By reason of observation and ex- mke their homes among us. The
perience about t he cortg of orr s tate
and having eonm in contact. with the great no thwest was developed ad
system of leasing convicts. I have such a policy. I will favor the enact-
come to know that the abuses of this ent of a'ea* that wtl secure to our
system make it in some instances, state the bleshngs of this character
.ua Its little more than human slavery. Our of inmigprioen.
sister state. Georgia. the Empire i an
U State of the South. has had to do with i hrith- Ora mit sad Labor.
this question quite lately, and am I ltrikedd oyio h erand eat e
informed that such system of ei alike. Under the t-e~eut syotmIn,
l with the convicts has been devised in when controversies adAe between th ,
that state that the convict. a are hu- e cte e A
Cr -Am inanely treated and the state con- entploes tacn e defewn e are to
tinues to derive the i.evenue as form-n at sa
. early. I ,1hallfavor a law tht. will se- evitable. The chief surer from ths
care to the state the revenue she is condition is the gret public, who have
Sest. in the merit\ of the controversy.
jistly entitled to through the convicts, stn in cidenta af t re onter
and twill, lat the same time, l cure moltoe to
the convicts humane and coisideratc obviate strikes, boycotts and lock-uts
Treatment, and at the same time settle control
.& Sixth--Good Roads. vertries between capital and labor anm.
I. i llieve that one way of utilizing cably. and secure to both sides thei
p the convicts would be to work them just, and legal rights, will receive
p, on a colity or state system of good mv support.
roads. In this way the convicts would Having submitted for your consid-
be in the immediate charge and in- eration my position on these import-
der- the direct supervision of the stAte. ant questions in as frank and cadid
and the public will receive a substan- manner aa I can, I will leave with yo
-F trial return from their labor, and will my candidacy for the legislature, wi
be relieved, in a great measure, of the the assurance that if you will repom
burdensome system of direct taxation in me this trust on TeStday next, 1
for this purpose. will be the representative of-ell tide
.",Seventh--lmnmigration. opl.
Copyright 1%s Floridkla affords great oppc-rtunities Sincerely. "
T" House oeMKuppenhei.c as an agricultural state. Our vacant JNO. P. T
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T'S all well eugh to say, clothes don't make the iian, but poor Clothescome
pretty -ear Rising hin. AT 12 O.CLOCK P. M.
If you care for appearances-if you value the good ilmlnession that right action
carries-vyou want' to see the new Kulppenhlleinier styles for fall and winter.
We're showing them.
Right down to the minute-full of snap and vii,. Just the suit-or ovetrcoat you've AT ctF
Been looking for is here-with countless other models to select from. "HATFARM," -2 Miles West of
Whether you buy or do not buy our clothes. yougi get the same welcome. Improved Farm, Stock, Implements, ahinery ~

We say good-bye as cheerfully aind as heartily to the iaiizi who leaved oulr store without -ETC j
buying. as we say~ good-morning to him when hlie comes in. We mean it. too. t

And we'll see him aguin if he's thinking man, lvcaulse sooner or later. every prudent. *At the above time and place there will be sold to the T
quality-seeking wearer dof men's clothes will come to the Ipo)int of wearing clothes highest and best bidder the following property.
made by The House of Kuppenheimer. ..Two good mules, with their harness; good milk and .c
butter cow; 1 lot of goats; hay press; hay stacker; mow.
The new styles,- we're showing them now -are more tempting than these famous ing machines, hay rakes; hay tedder; rice ler and at- M
clothes have ever been before. tachments; four-horse disk plow; disk and Acme hl4nows: ,
Stwo-horse cultivators; corn and pea drills; Silage cutter; I A
Cor. Palafox Cor. Palafox two-horse wagons; 1 low iron two-horse wagon; various
and. Mala.fox1 .: J:tIJIt Govr. nena x implements, harness, tools, etc. Also several tons of new
and Main. n dGovernnha
Streets. CASH CLOTHIER, Streets. At the same time the Farm of 650 Acres, all fenced, a
P esa l a. well iUtpsoved, with nearly 400 acres of wellcleared land
Phone 97. P sacola, Floridawill be sold (or leased for a period of one to three years)
to the highest and best bidder. *
This sale is absolute and without reserve.


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nothing but-
it all kinds of
Mawb. =L = 37 m tm
Do -M L -'-u 2M

.!kctrical Contractor
Electrical fixtures, desk lights,
telephone bracket, e.
Phonef 34s and U&e



We are cattyihag a
complete line of *igh-
grade builders liardware
priced reasonably. We
solicit the bMiLtneIR of
contractors, and house-'
builders with the full as-
surance of honest goods
and a strenuous effort to

McKnzw4 OcrPng

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nsaoela, Mary E-her and o MIl
Janmes Jerauld. Capt.
d.veu lIas s. Wneady a
day at 7:0 a.m.. main g reilar steps
Harris, Mary Eer. Camp Wal t
sUtin and Bag 6. tr T
Returnifgr.I tv Bo .. TueIs.-
urday and Saturday a:
ing Pen-scola 1:30 p. m._
Paageem and freih't serale.ft
P!or rates apple y Wtohdlj
ntractor and er. Lann .s7
uth Palafox. Phone 6*-.

obile & Gulf St-nlshi" Co.,
in connection with the Atlanta *t.
d rww say Railway tamIhlp li ante,
igMht and passenoa *service *btwo
lbe. Pensacola. Panama Ciy. *.- A0-
iw*, Milvle and all points n t. A-^
*w ay, maldng conneetWes w!40 A.
St. A. I. fly. trans Panama C*W VIM
ys and Thursdays.
Ter additional Information for ft9"
j pa-asnHr rater, apply tO
Bell Phone 1250. .-

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A Record-Breaking Season
Havana, Cuba, and tl
(Extract from the Jacksonville. (Fla.)
As a special -attraction for Carniva
fortunate a* to secure a return en gage
Minstrels. This splendid company of
Jacksonville. as their engagement here
Ing attraction in the history of this th
at two performances every night durlr
SFive Shows, Two Matinees, Three
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Wttte, for The Journal b N. P. Bryan, of Jacksonville,

the wltV. tiPi sIterdproepptly. -the beinelt of the agripalttl col-
t: l r r 4 M4kon' and in order les. Increasing the appropriation o01
t uhte stpralne wheth the orrifl act five thousand dollars,
e yor u ampuendmet one per year. until that iet provided for
O wiclatibed,. I will give fifty thousand dollars per year
Ul .yr, as s'I ean, the ourees subject to- the same provioloss
teoth ', rev I Ithese lastltatiomm wlth *ereace to whitee 4a. ,el-.
w dOW eordt!x a dets. By 11 3 the apprto
&the f-. ste from the bisrtil and. Sloon
l ibe 'lTs e'f March S t'fnds wl l At to Mfty lousand.
Set 184s, lb Uorttd lida late the doCaiaanbahy, .ae halK for the sup
tat, UgsVa, 0 the should be ap port of the State, V.WverAty a~dp one
ipa portioakeao townss of land for half for the support of the institution
ISi tke ''t arfe of learning for colored students, which is known
* at one tob ew d th other west t as the Colqred Normal School, and is
ts hiwe 8awaM xe rom the pro. located at Tallahlasee.
Piot eeceds oo. thiswoand interest 'By act of Mac 2. 1887, kno a
L ..Is derive oly, amounting to the Hatch act, eeogress .ap ted
I bheabout fpor d dollars fifteen thousand dollars annually to
SThe tA 0oai0grss of. July 2. 192 the agricultural: coulees established
Se au e ihmt ary thereto, grant- by the act of S862, above referred- to
Sre- od t* each ste tor, the purpose of es iapitingthe purposes of the *ppropra-
tauMshlw a ju11tlh icoleM theie- ation to the promotion of sclentif e
d thit aand aer of land for investigation and experiment respect-
06 eofl. ^ta Twire* e ui'ttve.. sg ing the principles and application ot
Slt prvdet'that .t* states mihlt sell the agricultural science.
pll-$ands bu-t ithadi Inyest -the prooe- -By act of March i-1, 19 known as
. o and h-il& guarantee .return the Adams act. Cousresm supplement
Nl Upa tt h a~~yisaL of at feast five ed this act of 1887 by provdi .its,
pl. -pf, .t.s e jaad-vided fr increase at the rate fve t
Ml S th tt i eeda f ,the sak dollars per year until it "l re- h uettutte perpetual thitty thousand dollars ear .
- i whieh shdiuld remaf'i fe tver au. These appropriations IC7 R 6so e.
the hlHed. It .s wrha- true that tieed ais made coagreis- of the,
I state n... ales eg6pted the United States t atte tse cbAlb ttlao
ar of.iand mr~i. aset, and this act of the government. twara l psie 604
1.hle actem '`a&urld which the cation And toward-the work done tO
a Se wrsitie of theountr have experiment statUa,. .
I bho- SIlWded up. ThkJ'proceeds of asme f eo' 3o tf O Aeta.
*-re 9l* .f. )lap. l amounted The beneficaiirof these several
.16 OU 4A-dtbelliterest at. five per acts are:
eotk *aal tuts 'toJ7,M0 'per aunum. 1. The -University of the State of
he t T6- d -ipgres4a of Anugat 30, FloAida, which receives for the paur
'8I. klm w the. Morriu *et, ap pose mentioned, the benefit oooe hb4t
ropriate.tfthe e6St or the agri- of the seminary lnotitute fund .amoqWat-
tr- cealtn eal eollgs, eastablished by the Ing 4o two thousand dollars.
dacto. f he4 referred to, the sam The whole of the Interest mnder t,1bT
'of 4 0i a, 4but wfth this act of 1862, amounting, to $7.89 loe
ON: t att pay of the states re- half of the Mbrrill. and' MNel 4;ia4
ar white oaild eolered stu which by 1913 will' to twentyw
SAttio for 0ch the five tho'-sarnd dollars, uakins ga t#.
Sa de O e "tatMs for the university of 4, W. -
* i the' iepriatim The experiment station wIT rodelve
Sd*:S o by 1913 froma the lie"k sant Adam -
st. Oorg d on funds thirty tbousAndtlarns.'
'i 2. lerida Female 0(ilege', reNves
it -B it .abwa asone baM the eaMnary tMtatfUte4
.ilal Wfu nd Is. .istiNg tot thoesanr' d40
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eeives one half dtf.4 Morrill and Nel-
Sen lands, whtefkH 1913 wll amount
to twenty-five t b n-ad dollars.
'4. The Instiftoleor the Blind, Deaf
and- Dumb is depiaieut wholly upou
state appr
An E Imprension.
There is an us impression
'that the univerit- s the benefit of
the Hatch and funds. These
uands aie rqe be used solely
o"' proibte ief.l investigation.
and experiment ting the prin-
etples and applaca of agricultural
science; and w experiment sta
tios is located atL, esville where
the university is ed, none of the
=uaney derived these funds can
be-used for the a of the
students at the rsity; but the
ustat rerpeives the b ft cf the expert.
meats made at t tlon.
SAll of these acts provide
that the money aibpriated by the
government shl-aI used for build
tI' purposes. The which ac
t the benebt of acts, In 4ad
dlt to. fur l buildings and
-gtdiuma, are i to dissein ate
ktUie tinfomatTon 0o. public. There
fore, we have the s' intitutep
which ar conducted for the benefit of
T'h &armers; ballethi are Issued sad
.arf bOr free distriblohn to the cti.
aeos 06'the state. It is useless to
call tteitlon. to the value of this ex-
periment station to the people of Flor-
S .tate Isinvolved. -
With reference to these federal
fuods I desire to call your attention
to the fact that the 'good faith of the
state;a Involved. We. are certainly
mprallt it not ,legally bound to pro
Viernmtldts and equipment for these
institutionss supported ,by these, fed-
erai'tuVxs. Every one of them is,
made subject to -,aeejtance by the.
state. Every appropr tion has been
accepted by the Ittj.. Florida and
impledly, at least;.,'e state has
pledged her faith tMh-she will pIr-
vide building and eqopmient.
TWis In brief.- as wwlt 1e govern-
reat of the Ianted states aa done in
assisting in. ab and experiment
state wt'lm B a.
TheJegislatassis s.der

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Except in chronic baldnes, which is incurable.
Dandruff is a contagious dieae caused'by a germ
or microbe. To cure duxadtr, this germ-a tiny vegeta-
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locks have a subtle charm, for the poet says, "fair tresses
man's imperial race ensnare." The unpoetic and intense-
ly real dandruff microbe makes the hair dull, brittle and
hastreless with later dandruff, itching scalp ,and falling
hair. Newbro's Herpicide destroys this enemy of beauty
and enables the hair to resume its natural luster and abun-
dance. Almost marvelous results sometimes follow the
continued *use of Herpicide. Overcomes excessive oili-
ness and makes the hair light and fluffy. It contains no
grease or dye. Stops itching of-the scalp almost instantl-.

7 Iourimtingl tates who ,ave ued Newbro' Herpicide. speak of it
*1 the highest terws, for its almet magical eifact -upon the scalp, and aleo
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excelent for the air. .The first ap-
pl!ca.t'tm stops itehing cf the .1a!lp
.and It leaves the hair soft and silky."
(I signed) EDNA D. A!..EIN.
Syracuse. .J. Y.

Two sies. 50c and $1.00, pt drug stores Send 10c in to the
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AW fta~m w at Pre.,init Saab.'b At aps. '65. 54,533 TO ET 8'4UWO ~ go g.

tQae 64w,=anent. Tha question these ib
whether this 'r ap t shall be coutim-
aed from ti I ise lbay the eWn-
atmre. or whether a 4e~aite aaoant
will be fxed by- a soantitutiodal
amneudamt. Thre are many rea.onss
ewhy a coanstiaplmal Maiz is pref-
erable to legi ng eS appropratiou.-

would refuse to provide funds for
these institutions: they hwve surely
been fair if not lleral to m:em. The
last legi.-lature made sufficient appro-
priations for their maintenance until
the next legislature meePt. But It is
impossible to forecast conditions year
to year, and consequently practically
impbwlible to carry out system and
progressive policy of development.
Should Receive Support of All.
No man will dispute the. prdposltibn
that our educational institutlpns' both
within and without ought to e tfrera
from every forth of political activity;
they are the lastitutions of all the peo.
pie L'ad they ought to receive t-re sup-
port of all panties and all ftatles*.
They cannot thrive and they oaght not
to exist on kny other basis and they
should not be subject to political
changes and factional coantetionas
In the case of the public free
schools we have acted widely in em-
bodying provisions for theib existence
and maintenance in the *_o*-utWa'W
It Is mandatory upon the lelalgataie
to provide for a uniforg system o
public free schools and for the 41ll
maintenance of the same. A ,oits-
tional mileage is levied both -by the
state and by the county for the esup-
port of the public free'seeools. 4%a=
the lower, schools have $hefr couMlta-
tional protection as they shaboud, but
the higher vinstitUtions la isthe, si
system have absolutely so suao pro-
tection. .This condition 'oht to be
changed. There mI no reB why thi
higher institutions should. be. eept-
ed from such constitutional Vafeguifd
as are provided for the lower. On
the contrary there is uvey Neso.
why they should enjoy the aawe ro-
tectioe. The higher Institutions 'are
for the whole state; hence they can-
not receive any county support. -but
must look to the stale for taeir in-
come.. Now It tNe county ought to be
required by the constitution to sup-
port ita local schools, the state as a
whole ought similarly to the pledged
to he support of the Stata schools,.
and the proposed amendment is a re-
ly to accomplish t ts result and pat all
the .public school system on a Just ba-

the institution of higher education to
Ie located west of the Suwannee
river This institute. Is located at-
Tallahassee, and for the instructionR ot
the young women .of th -stale ,and is
known as the Plojida Female College.
This institution. apds from the one
half of .the aeIa'nstitute fund
amounting to two thousand dollars, is
wholly dependent for support upon
state appropriations. *
Wholly Dependent Upon State.
The Institute for the / Blind, Deaf
and. Dumb is located 'at St. Augustine
and is also wholly dependent upon
state appropriations. Section one of
Article tb!rteen of the constitution pro.
videos this institution shall be -o'5ter-
ed end supported by the state.
Of course -argument is unnecessary
in behalf of these unfortunate class-
e- whose claims to consideration tv-
erybody recognizes. At present they
are cated for in frame buildings--
tha# should be fireproof buildings.
It is 'presumed that nobody would
question the justice of making appro-
priations fdr them.
The ColoredT Normal School is the
beneficiary of the Morrill and Nelzon
funds, heretofore referred to, and
these appropriations are subject to the
limitations already pointed out..
I know the prejudices existing in
the minds of many people as to the
education of the negroes. but i be-
Have it can be truthfully said that
the appropriation% made by the stat
for this institution accommodates the
negro population as cheaply as is done
in the pUblic schools. The instruction
there given i3 with the vl?w of mak-
ing tae student; farmers, mechanics.
wheelwrights, etc. The Bokrd of
Education -will always be composed'
of white *men. gas will the board ot
control, and surely fbe white p-ople
of the state can depend upon those
board to see that no partiality is
sown this institution over the atler
three institutions- for white children.
Conmmitted te Education.
This country has "oag bean co'amit-
te& td the eain of public educa;.on.
'Washington. Jefferson, Madison and
other founders at the republic were
Its chamapions, and in the last kan-
dred years the system has become m-
bedded In the very heart of our public
110e d pl0cy. Moreover the system

eleeilary cebools for -the education
bf all the people. A s pitem of higher
Sor forpty IOT
inSina1onv~niSpt~4 i4 to $Jthhr -
study, and state uu ,r i.yint+t .ict
shodd be taught all the branch e o
science.: theoretical and practical, and
all other professions and cultural
studies. "1 : "
The Jeffersonian system., with some
local modftcations, generally prevails
throughout the United Statea to av.
Every state bh4s its lower puhliz-
schools leading up t o.and cul-uinatang
in one or more aigber institutions.
The samne duty rests uponthe statue to
complete the education of her furule
citizens, as to begin it: and the rema-
cn In both cases is that an etdnca!sd
man makes a better cit zen thqn an
uneducated gr ignorant man.
"All political power N inheir nt in
the people," this country is governed
by the will of the people, and in order
to "have good government we ramust
have l3telligent wills, trained nin3s
and educated intellects. What power
can be more concerned, in the %xi -
.nee and maintenance ot this condi-
tion but of the. government itself-
the state. Thare should be a place in
every state woaere every citizen, ac-
cording to his capacity au l n:eis.
eofld enjoy the best iossib-e eduicatian
without becoming the recijlie~it. _.f
private charity. Thi_ pla'e is provid-
e.- *n the public school svItemJ aid
nowhere elae. Itnc the public
school system in anl its branees is
growing steadily I po.udar faver.
Along Excellent Lines.
3n Flcrida our 'vs*t. n is laid out
epip. eexcell-nt I'ue:. rnd has a!ready
done excellent wo-< but nc--as
stren-ethening and su-i.oct. Our inw-
er public sbchocs -re .tff'li-l I with
the 'hfi!her instituil-n. so tihat the
whole, enterprise c.'n-.|itnts ;nn ."*d i-
cational unity. much above the aver-
age in other states in pliin ai,:I -ct!e
and giving prnis e oi 'h.. h!-h:"-' ef-
ficien,.y and 'se!'i'l .. !
There is emplo .J at ;hle ni'i-ri -I
ty a professor of" .-r:'nida'ry educa-
lien whos3 mai.y obj' et i- to help
build up. new hst:. :1*: i- ad:d foster
thosp already .-'s iL!lehld. with a view
to iLn reasing thi ,.fflcieixv of tI.'
-4late an a .itjlr* N,- on.' i'., !l ;:<-
quainted with the fa-ts can doubt
that the tui-Jersitl anId he cli'a; : a .
doing good s-,t- "" a'4l a.'< w:. thy <';
t-e loypl supper; of rhe le;H-. they
are trying to":;i-t tlt' "-',s~ uni_ ircst
practical education in all lines to tte
youth of the -" ue-. T '*.v have don ;
much already I uis are hampire ch'ef-
ly bv the oi;eernarty of :h.'ir .ncoenis.
I take It then that It is no longer a
question of r "hesc inustitntinms
will be supported and kept up by the
state, that nuch It s.e-?as tt me has
already been titledd. the sTatle of
Florida cann -t aford to ace*'pt money
from the Unied Staes for, the Leaest
of these lastlta-wn>Z. *:'' f-,l to meet
u mood. fal th can41tion; upon
which that nala7 is.clmtnry 1sob'J? V

On a Solid Foundation,
By the passage of this a'.nnsdnae
our higher institutions would be pUt
on a solid fonlnatn. A permanet
source of ine6me will be provide.k
and it could be known definitely what
to expect and plans could be la ac-
cordingly. Moreover, thi- income be-
Ing speculad tax oa the part of the
tate, would adjust Itm% to the prop*
edty value ain the state, an4 increase
wth the'state's tancrea ig pTpqrtlW
ind growth, so that as the state gws
larger and richer our higher lstitt-.
tis grow sad their eeds ibmerea.
an increasing bMosme will be pro *
vided to meet lr.ig, and
so man aed feet the bIrden; the tl.
stittion woald erely have "thir
preportomate and proper share in the
growthh ada prosperity o the t.
It It another case of "a m y ls
make light work"--Bo man would feel
it. It would do higher education ta the
state and therefore the state It0lsf i-.
uealchlke gfood.
Fatally it may be said tht this 4
mN mew or uUtta he; -iay
saftesm a theis er ieg e oc r .
I R Rt0mu, and the pisa bas
at entire -scce In ArtIsn, M
feula6 C oalerad I rmmtn ea, a
Ja uMota ioebrasha, North DEa. t.
0Mis, 6W 5 UIcn Wyuendn sad per-
haepafther states the pa a of a dM "te
village tax for higher eaaeid .ft
bean tried and proved am g.ra bl
feetive. Their experlease taly um
tais thicoamenment ando omma P
the approval of a heat gtted men,
eawywbere and a remaod of aces-k
The eamnttee (t a GobAm
towe weAih visited thwms fotr .
Neal, E. 8. Crill and I H. M r. L a
the part of the enat., and Meesms.
J. W. Knight, ot itr i J. N.
WliHs, of Levy cosat B 1U Wart
man, of Marion county .aad W. C. H.
gore, of Sumpter county, ea th
committee, after T sitang ec of
theseatfatutiaoMs, and fpatl
the beonefts which woald reas to
th* dnt., naam ly re* -

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matism. Those -
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permaent cure. P1MB*
joints nd muscles Wi VIM
ashand othermi-r- .
al mltt, only to find
when Oie treatment
is leftoffdtheddimes Ae-
returns, and usually ly
with increased se-
Rheumatism is
due to an excess of
uric acid, an irritat-
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accumulation, which 9-"Nr
getsinto the circula- samrMWm.
tion because of weak Co
kidneys, constipa-
tion, indigestion, S- a
and other physical itsS
irregularities which
are usually regarded S-S-
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Nothing applied ex- a
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reach this trouble,
while potash and =medn a
like mineral medi- !!V=
cines really add to
the acidity of the a. .imas
blood, and this vital
fluid, therefore, con- ,,^s S
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acrid, sour a n d s mw*O
weaker. .S- a
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cleanses and reno-
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"dr. tro . O C-ap leteriegy I t igM ocouts way r it.
'--- -e e -rs ^ O ~..* l re tIn- -the oitheltl eal fi of converts from
poaes?" 4 the other w of some of
SH lo ave. fm, beis(a the ag wh l te,0 & the t eiitiU altL your candidate's
~About, te yrs. -,. reach attendance 9g there
.Wm-BK 4.sw -m "Well, t avee ya are a lht Few men are as wicked as theC was a-s up ai ly or well-known
Give me a cople oe f rMpostaei spI ke to ave woae thi-k ey are. .em ere te ohtl-w parties. drawn
pleas e.Vy V A" 'w e Me eywrlosity-Presence of
4Q1 THEY -o A A mamma 03a- as *Ahbat oaina few T yoearpartisans at the meet-
BrTHEY b .a r ban4 ea a new eme Wer mil. tankf t the other candidate.
It wa a th l t d t. I wa aspirLing demonstration-Greeting
commercial traveler ndl, Every old widower realie that the of your man.
o.-...armercdtiae cotravneer, whole world loves to laugh oa lover. Disorderly behavior-0ther party's
\Ito & small bey W seae6 b- greeting to its man.
The average man -ist-whatbeIs 1be- I------
^-1 wt e a e-she'Qut tQ be. "I lieve I'll. take a New Englans
cQ 8 OBy th-cnbheot-t-t-triblee or M-4 called dinner.* said the uncertain
1ggg b oy Wl 1 l Im y o *ter< dl. Perhaps nothing In calculated t hitb ene
-wet* -a ce- d O wry a pessimlt methn tAhe lades. "How 19 the boiled dinner
Tnhe ma who stutt.erd- repe oise made by people who shout for tdy "'
The mean.who sr. -t made b- peoI p whon"1 ...... s . p "It's all right," replied the waitress.
+ -bb -.--.I-"- qieion.Joy""_.."They serve 'good boiled dinner
n pB .-|though- al mArriedgmaNema*" corroborated the florid diner
t ;M Moble have been a witness la a lawbult, he .os t.
_t.i the boy resed- to talk. asunaily knows what it is to be crIss I see they've got roast goose and
e"Johany, why dt"aeaawer MthatNTION-That looks pretty good-it it is any
." e I SIS Devi gehtlean, and tell Mm. what tion -
ha t tun o eu. + .his train leaves., aske,, uen ,y CA FAIM0 DEFINITIONS. 960d. Would you recommend the
"*~ wBy who had wltne -the idet Stuipendous ovation-Five thousand oo,_--- ......
T a e ,ik ,igh "W & -JttAS.- Johnny, ,- persons welcoming your candidate. Why ce y, replied the ait-
S"if W 1 ,,, 4id n't wwJ.wat -h hMim to F eeble cheerig-Mght thousand reiss. "It look real nice."
,1W. k nock wh noutofww orum -4-moeln VersrSs
....... out o .... .. we.... omg th r mna- If its a young loose and not too
him,, "is. "Deifening cheers-Night hundred 5y. You say the boiled dinner
*' ... ll g d -I o, o a persons greeting your man. is good. do you?"
u rh CON)hbON OF TERMS. Scattering applause-Fifteen' hun- Mdiner. t always is' said the florid
S.The a n-.on the platf was Persons greeting the other man. dne.
Snoble e ort with hoble r Inspiring scenes-- ort o your the trouble with goose at a res-
ggg [ -' _. sultL litical friends to make a showing for urant is that they never cook it
A-bitter 'ges r mm m aiggi. one b o r a daktr c n idat rightt" said .the uncertain man. "To

g toOan Oh e Uan -" i- to make ap soimiar showing for their tOUgh ol gande and then serve it d
SI thO httg e yo tlh me: thaaa or ue with gravy that's just plain grease
Soneofur crack skr Visibly affected-Term describing t rally the dress ot
Sbow i--imi "You misunderstood me," repliedUyd r candidate when a thousand .per- o to sag e I eod o
S. .the friend lly. "I ad he sons cheer 'hi. goosetoo. I suppose I might as well
oneA It? Yes' li o aour tdo t eplo" *, peb Noticeably embarrassed-oe onditlon risk It. Wait fo mou oere's
i Ul i r ofthe other candidate w ien onyZ- pigeon potpie. I don't know when I
_'. '" :. T mh i K lO DERNa GOOSE UP TO oDAtE. 000 persons are shouting his name. sted &pigeon potple last. ddon 't
.,. kingwas I nbinco uin~ g rtie ump alnprog -Trlpof your -know but that would suit e about
counting, al his Cash itd Uand, date from ra ilroad station o as well as anything. I kind of had

Si- l- stfe Ye- -- -- -- - -- -- -, -I .-- mr i 'For the queen was In the paerelorbl hall.e my Mouth made up for a boiled din-
S ; bridge to bat t/b, ndtf iotrreptious wit ir-Trip of the ner, though. Do you have sliced salt
wh le tide m ot was in the lid oer rtitei r to m. tepok I n with the corned beef?"of ate e,
'hanging ourt the clothes Packed to the doro-Conditlon o believen o," replied the waitress.. l
wn dropped an airship and ie hall when your man speak-to a ~t ah y ought to." Id the unrtai
aofr erofnsk ia p sized crowd. tna. I Wouldn't givei a snap for a
.l-t"rSparsely fllle-4"ondition ff te boiled dinner -ithout the salt pork.
0los I .A d h e I Asatme bail when its contains about e tte ight ev r." i l1
-1 ill ........ l^ .__ A^^--. J t '"* I~e l"a ni O r youair." ug- -"
The el ep int Ison the mo twice as many e of u e oppie oa t- for y.ou s ra "e
A or halts a singe day, Irrepressible entha slsmen--tYe cause .. ....he wai. r ss.
wa o Mr. Bryan wa. to know, of inte' eruptions wr hen your. man oi~ u e trou le, aid the unce-
But r. EVOIR. .t 1 tlr up -- h nta eu of man. "I think I'd raa .i have
Who buys the creature hay. 'speaks.
wo.o te *tae.e _y r- .utburst of jeers .-Samet .... lh e goose, or elk the otd ole. Which
O SAWS WITir NEW a TEETH. penlasg to tihe other fellow. ,woi.d you t hav e .if you were me?",
It's a wooden leg that cannot be F elicitous addres--W ork ag of "I d tak e the N.ew England boiled
sd o d nt gi* a a od-uthe A asistant speakers- i er," said the florid diner. ma n
as_ -%' o on --yours i. Have you ordered yet?"
iY do w, now. t i m good na I you et o

does't emyknow. Emptya platitudes-aae kind of p 9 I' waiting fr y st o
S Real charity doe t employ & p b- speech bby nae of the oppossis 'N d con fr u e
;4 f e s, licity proI9 ter lesser lights. potd rter
"...... *;.ttl trou -oes-re Bthe worsp dw re umet-Yor +"All right then. l'll take-What
h o iw Ev ery man'% troubles rn wsth eiltworo aatm. t e't y wont to trder. You go
-' 1adagli5 _-from hispoint of view., Futie wind_- jamk-Ther e t oe
To, .... Bin m me a New inl asnd boiled
.... . ..on......stage........ ....einner," aI4 the florid diner,. "a
as wiw"nd om"i' th oUke the sainm d said tIe un-
Tqm Av eIoplobaters, do you ?. CrUTI. 1- *. certainn man. hNa I wot. g It have
gl credit tha.--f this: )e 'l it f. jtjj. apple sauce I wont wantg -apple pie,
t O n t a a to d lpie sauce with a e boiled dinner, do
BeI1.t wt--li', ... I? 1 was thinkiro of the roast goose. t
...-oure"t she they call so? I head to feetA'.I The lt time I orrand r.a goose
;nse frbi Ahed s.ays I t ought 1, was sqg to.o 'ae' ao, e- l
r ,can't have a somn who also' t .st thing good a:id I smpIlyt .cou 'teat h
AewdYamofoldl .aN. Y.sTht kind of diaco*raged Pen
I ^^ H I sigH. ^S I fA chance like- that. xe* !6 >P---.,. -ool. The potpie mugetabe all right n
I. ti at oce .to Sadie. .. my m e.b j- but you7e sol apt t get fooled on L eh
-W dimam twl--. anything like that.
I.o thet -tw l wlC ni_..61.% "I wonder how the beef. is. You. .
A Ul RlVOIR. I'd h n ert up th4f..dW it i A .i must excuse-me, but I feil as If I
IV the"tufly of summer Muef t higbter still! wanted something today and I canet
eta b o In the roiom. cAU s i s d" .d *e we Mot W "Just make up my mindin a rush what tcL
10 flpi 6 onb ano sIs 0 f O-.-o-- (^ Ois& ct 1 Is. itI re be 30een having a good deal
:_. r p the Niam.- *_e __e me;"! said thePensacola' - of ome, though. I think a BE
I JR g e for' te witer lady s'ap she etered the drug sto:-e,A , It_ Ittl.e td sbs wo be good for me..
1 m^l b^rnaan butsare'oyou .stred pharma '3 .d ---t A _.I- bt I i WLepl .rt's seea did I order goose ?"P
++,".. ,hmiae.i'r" '"e WeaB y, --..-- Im i Ai, ^ _ l It.Wites-.a .
I""...' ) --cues - "- a ____ u-dm---. 4 US wms h hln ofi., 6 --NewxEgland e ores dinnerr" na-
'--- --usly skatins! Certainly. =a&am." answeredthe a fjAi..... i P. PRE y d the. chln 2. the waitress.
w Iiave nCD- e.h & Vn Sf. "S I did." said the uncertain man. -C
1, 'm t ..c.....! t wd ._. *- - *f Ja 1 after all. I'll hav ii
11 *l- '* --"J. i I *o 4I -- A, O mSTIT TI ONi" 1 61 /4 = take some country farm sausage and-h
a II p ailments fron 'It,, I.N&Mh rIkis MlinWh- wAL German fried potatoes and coffee. No
-1 mosther suffer, -- __ __. __make that tea." -
wb-c+ nL, -iher. sufferThe waitress hurried away and
-rresently returned with the dishes or-
vn+v~w _- This_ mu. in -_ .'tered. -

Who they are and where they may be'ound. If AMENDMENT TO BE operator p
' 'onu are going to build anyUthg, consult The VOTED ON TUESDAY operator i
jur 's BuCdinge Directory. s tI ifrom Pae Nine...) asked for.
5 urn*_ A aL Vto the legislature the passage of this as comma
AskYoUrGroCer costutional amendment, and it wa cas compl
S* S F. FULHUM, passed by a large malprity of the If the c
Sfor house and there was only ow vote not a Bell
General Contractor and Builder, against it in the senate. Therefore.
Pen laa. e legislature itself is on record as there is a
S-s mwu f. *at *seA ... *. .."being In avor of providing au income are"
t t Abtese institutions by a constitution are not r
mWeavt that na appropriation 'nf one mill
WICKE & CO., Thos. F. W1*htolte The Only Pure E a of P o a is esuffiient for their care

S"_ _.. ...___ ;. .....I bee be owes hi, Me to the ,ee

S R. TAYLOR, s de s Ma Co., D. KUGELMAN r& CO. m ute 8. She
i, rany N -..-. a P .Don't Take Any Su bst tte, i :-My husband. James Lee. rm-
Aybelieves %e owes hisie to the ase

--D'M .-iCo- D...GE.A%-." CO. "nta. -tlgs we-e -sevely affected that
ShoGeera r bt Da K in. 'sNe w D.icovery.Hi
Lhob Tare, Cow"01 eme. aa. Un' Sa -nd all kroTry "Hucdkberry" Cigars. We te it &ad its us h a.restmred

1M IL G&M-em *iI MIX Tr (c Q i 94eat o a s ti Wea.mat I

&-C Advertise mI The Pensabo W'y I Al .. iec a week. I L0

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)VERCOATS hand tai -ed by
A.B, Kirscha & Comya
dihadeiphia ad New Yorki uqpt
emselves easily and natutdly
hetlbarthe weaker is standinA or
Try a coat on. Look for the
irsihbaum LabeL
J. R. NIX & CO. *
Your atne1' Weri or Yewr Money Back.
Clothing, hoes, Furileinrg. ate. fer Men and 11"
Next to Brent BulUdIr4 2 & PaL(ex.s

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aF ptin- ee by Gle Saint Mary Nwneke.Tk n
have gw weU, s. Iwdy sd vugus,. d ta-ui. -.J
h' aV proved true to mie. Fine o d oi-chsur
sksmen for as, and it is aot stage tt oar b-i
and larger every year.

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wits and be elea l aife-study with us Oursiet
d as to ishi uily supply sanMy stock to the Sieable Ue
S exco sabd the West Indies. CitrusFrigitefi
In spy wi up. w we o
|^Bp\ everything required 'for afila'jlfct^
P~pn~ F em4-rpia phs-ig. Bear- -^^ ^K
ingWand aMtued tree how the.
Squafityof our stock-theme's
soi risk iaeonlriigof us.
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E telephone psqws ap-
ar to regard Long
distance telephone calls
ie as local calls. They
rng Distance operator.
party in-a distant city
t the carl to be co.m-
a few seconds.
ou call for a party in
.wq by telephone the
passes the call to an
n the city you have
Then the ~ulled party /
micated with and the.
eted. .
killed party is otst or is
Telephone subscriber
delay for which we
ponsible. Oftentimes

when, we get your paty yuo.
have lett your office for a few
minutes and there -is aaotboh
SWe make frequent reports on
LoAg '-teamUs and if the
call Is never coinj ted you, are
.-t charged for it. ,The time
fWW -g-*d. by the operators is
the use of the wire Mis our loss
The average time comeuaned m i
making Long Distance cofnec"
tion 'is remarkably low whem
fte possibilities for delay are

'The cost' of Long Distance .
telephoning is small and it is the
most satisfactory means of comr.
uaication known.


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P.. p. -. A cordial welcome. l be ex- l
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t3h&lp.n m.4%ndaF ClubW:3O p. m.

S. .... "=,. Ti-t O. V w .c ductd by3 he meteintr. Those
en .IIT. 0Are ideal for use when the morni
or k Circuit Court- .AT THE CATHOLI CHURCHES o a are Cot and you' wat a little warmth.
_Vote &r One-: C* p, IL ubjt for the aor ing.'W working
JAS. M .. IBBON. SPECIAL PROGRAMS WILL E ing rk.front or th. e even- I a valve, strike a match and you have
h rsor was cane-- -0 Ta RENDERED-REV.DR. NILES.TO RACA CLASS. Baraca Gas Heaters from $2.50 to $10.00.
S .. . ...E WELCOMED BY HIS.CONOtnE.. S pg Tra ct"I f irt Methodi hurch ll ,
,- .. X ATJON. .aet Me tihodist Church. at corner r of
e Fo- r Tax A .er. --ae T-e andt tHL eu Notes of Interest Along PENSACOL A GAS C.
V. ote orSpeciH music prog Tae Church of Crhrit--orner of .Ia(,- The Bay Front. Phone 148 24 and 27 E. Gard
I-,x w. W. CARs. rendered at all of the C holic m. Poaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m..
churches of the city today, te iday r W. T. T 7y. Payer mneetin Wedne-
: -W-t.. v e:" be appropriately observed. at the -t ,ich called here from Horn
F-, r U i .vr -ali t- .... A a. "sn ,s land forbunke o s leshi ald ester-
.C>. '3 tE..--.J I Ax, J ED WIJAMS. been under way for a week or more street. Charl P ll par. r Island or ber co sailed yester-
'. o. --. for the services. dence Gui"lemarde and Gonzales streets. day.
S' Couaty At the First Methodist church Rev. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:.0 p. mw. Sun-* *
SVote4 o.-_ B. C. Glenn. the presiding elder, will a a.ceh l nnay.t : The1 mack Colt. has flushed dis-
R preach at the 11 o'clock service p. In. A most cordial Invitation i extend- charging 19,000 pounds of red snap- T -
le of Record-e. M. per& for the Warren Fish Company. S ank D rafts
P...." W.-Je ah of D.rector In the person ofRev. Dr. C. a eaonhos esThesck Franklin has taken on
;.,.--XJ:'@' rN_-. aP. *. Niies. who. accompanied by Mrs. at 1 j and 2 p. i. room 90 Brent .. . _a ae o
S" x IN 1INNY. es, arrived in the city on Fridy u lin. Miss A- Carien, reader. The supplies and Is ready to sail for the
-. evening and at once took up residence sh grounds. vit
S -" ,ft t ti '- t the rectory, whish had been pr They Take -. Kmks Out. * .l IlIIV lii rV IV
Sw-7 -a for a. ,'pred in auticipatioh of their arrive+ "I have used Dr. King's New Life The German steamship Adeheid I
Sby the ladies of the ariah. Pills for many ears, with increasing MeaelU has finished taking on cargo
AL -, R *M Dr.~ Niles, during his conne satisfaction. They take the kinks out at Mu cogee wharf and is ready for
J 41LfF1 X'rjAX f. ,with the diocese of Florida, has 'oade dt stomach, liver and bowels, without It IS cheaper, absolutely afe and
f!r Mpber o fcehoel Board, District many friendsin and out f the chur. ss or friction," says N. H.. Brown, rn . h .a ao"u tly "sa, an
.His work in is new ar is looked of Pitleld Vt 4uJrteed 6atis- The British steamship ond veIt, masnWh as they are payable,
VOte f K-OHL his parishioners. Previous to.combg has nts loading her cargo of pOSto moy Order at te O
'*''*" ^^.^*ttfx,+. JN IL here. Dr. Niles had teriporary charge PROSPERITY NOTE. ahoany o and has filled her . o t. Ted <
F. or- ember; school Board, Districtr of St. John's church. Tallaimaee. amd New York. Oct. 31.-As a sign of bIunkers with coal at Muscogee wharf ut payable at any part te United
':+ + -, \D/ UJB ON. ,- > . Jo. -- 'Bishop Weed appointed him to repre- retumulp prMoperity. the Union bank She will sail for Mobile, where he rafts ost less than an other form
Vate'for ae. sent the diocese at the recent Pan- of Brdoaklyn. formerly the Mechanice win jo. 1a
S. LRANK -B. BRAWIER. wheace he had just returned. and 'Traders', has announced that ,it * *ai
She has Jst returned. will pay it. second deferred disburse- The smack Eddie Alton, which ar- .
PF r r f ato ol eBoard, District Dr. Niles will hold services at St. meet o? 15 per cent to depositors on ried here several days ago from Bos-
Katherine's today. next Monday, the stated date for the ton, ban been hamled out an the ma-
-Vote for 1 e 1 payment being atefpsated ,six weeks. t as hauled out on the ma.
Ministers are respectrully ,quest tr6m its resources more than was ex-Cleared.
', "--'.-w t. SERVICES TODAY, The ^ aa been able to rea.isa 1 irst N aton al

change order of ervs peted. Since the resumption of bus Rihaond. Br. as.. Cox, 2058, for -
S ., -M at their respecttie chure-es. i. b .ndred of new accounts ave Moble, wi.. 00 tons coal.
7h this colm hpld reh Te hee opened w and deposits have In- Brtaid. Run bk, Eriksed. 11 of P .o Florida.
Irl ,- .no.t ter tha p m. creased over $00,000. for Rio Jmero, with Designated Depo aitory of t Un
,. .': O TMOe'' re1.. att+.eB,": Ch .o Oc--- -Eugeine W. Cha- QDiadem, Br as, Titwoirth, 2431, for -. I.. .die. . KT .
+S^.X.. MeK. OBRTING. The of serv.ce. at the vario usCh. Huwe. wi 4.000 act.e ales c n T w.3S, S f .
-- "A WZR -churches in and near Pensacos, to-day3 r, prds-ibitton candidate Tfor resi- 0 re, .0 112 bales
S. wi be as fendows: dent, will tomorrow celebrate his 56th e g b5e ont haonhate rock a. l W. A. e W M. Kw
|,- y n~~imissoser, Dstrict t Miciael's Cc0.-rFlat at b.lablhday.. 0afy ete sses of conlrat- feestnumbaer. rockC W NS.
. ..- 7 a. m.; CibtMre's Mass, 9 a. st uati'hafve arrived at the party head- .
E~. ~~W~M.W~ Ous : Mass,-1S:ao a. m. Resary and 'Igip. at Ageerters in this city or the standard LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.
S. N. .. Bened etion e- m. L, pt t beW of the 'dry" case. While hep.
.' - hurch-S. ."hs no hope of election to tne high of- Hoigirtde Br as WIllams, 1713.
Instruction. at 7 a str which he is candidate. Mr. Dakar to South Atlantic Steamship
Ia. .-s O"I. -ry andI o f-r ChaS believes tAat the prohibition- Co.
S-'.. rl. .-- .. ..1 an2p.. or.a w c M east a larger vote next Tues- Adelbeid Menaell, Ger -ss. Aenell ,
-j, DWeek days: Ma at 7:30 a. day tha ever before and that such an 3149, ilmington to the Keyser-MnI- P Cr I
R n.' Conessions from 4 to 9 P. n.'an the exprenmon of popular sentiment wi d Co. ensac'MX 1
evenings before Sundays, HolyGays of aroGe tlT
.. .. .. _. .U Sa .e .. p tto rs Henersn,23,lG f an Jacks street Rev. P. a- t Cary *. NN. AR
",- -n IT. .._ .- o e at a. Richmond, B.r as, Cox, 205, Axim PlBldnt. Vi2P ,P
-X D. J. ad. scool 1:46 a m. ote LAtany to Qlt Transit Co.
.(-a bi,.. e.r, Distri.t ant4 :2 .o p= t. Ur- Vivina, Span ss, Arroteug--, 1983. ETO S
h- --bo Uteverpool, t"T Gul Transit Co.
I 1 ,efr. ..L- -One:"s.o.stre P Peom.aron, Br as, Canham, 1250, V-i. F. - rawner, U. L. flect. J. -.i
. J 3. STe: hrwsy pasi Aasrsdchev. 11 Who. GadM-? la Real to Juo. A. Merritt &S Co. @r*Su Jennage., .. Tsa. m. Wear w&. .
J. .-?2Sn .- .-t : Romsdalen, Br si. WIttenr, 1.321, *. L La.S L. Meye, H.
"gal J D D Y. p.tU.P6:30 p. eervio* *. Vera Crux to the PaKeyser-Muldon Co. Lap Mayer, J. -.4hmaker. J. A.
eB We30 03ay a, P r -ic mod7: r. sh Do ngate, nBr as. Rippon,2 1986, Ca- T. A. Ja ngs. Carl H. Jwau ga.
SlMmALL Vote ro Oe: cordlany ytevA e. At a ;e 1l m. servei, di to Fr. Julids Schreyer.
- t RB T". e M. C.llawa y. iaester, te saeet Sandown, Br Ns, Paterson, 2773,
(Ne~tt~-<~te O~iSne n the Bp ise of the el ele to be his
JTitice et the Popt.iB WhetBver uis- East Hnl Baptist Church.-Betweem i Niobe, Ital ship, Bbszo, 1482, Monte.
W.:-. S W_ ^ W-. .trict the t.kpt t nted, apears in- eaddesi n d Js. etreet.. on 13th i .- eo to Rosasco Bros.
S 5, ea No.o. -- 1th Z> aa d .t.undayb pck. h ,t Majorca Nor ship. Arnesen, 990. or b____,__I___1___ .__y_
I" at -" r. B .I I i Buenos Ayres to A. Zelit u --,_ __r_ _ _ ._,_--
oevery unday at 9:45 a.t. : a ..-at-o. ae _oBr _so oah no, 1265,V i
t' *'1 V ote for One *- l g every Wednes day9 KI g- Ret At 7-at- T J KT W WQ ^e Mabella. Nor ship Backer, ?-632,__ -
r.U "a-'_, JC.P1. iffaVote for Oe.: P in very wneay He t as p. Ai S 0 O----t Aberdeen to order.
S . -. cB. T. P. I. estry S.nday at e :n e . Barks. MOrNY
tot P I . . .J. WIL Hill Baptisp C-urch.-1 West-
o .. t JSckron amg t J. W. rSenterltt3 pa. Z Ocean. Rus bk. Eriksea, 1239, Rio
,,"' M.; S-"--".Th-'e e t r .... "* 1 .ad .. .. to2 p.n.PSch na yo wry tr t :nd t sumay atW n S Janeiro to A.t Zeri I n rm riAZ s.
...w. .edi .trict-t er u sdep ,at 1. m. a er comm ting on the style i6 taemonstrant, Nor bk, Rostru_, 1509Sp
".- Thu -sday __t I B.TaD. P t a t A es.
... -tcket- is vote, spear ituea .the P. nd w. p. .t: B4 T snap in OUr Fall 0o.liabelloNoA euriestenen, 1
FoE J"-iess Of Supreme Court-* ISP AL a 'Siuts. 1464. Buenos Ayres to master..
Wa, r Vo4e f a o~. rvs t at : n a. A.f nths Havanam to master. "av .a reserve nd for_ emer
. l.. Te C e Av T t .T .my cl. 1 at :. a.s. ht e.- a. _1Hiw Sa tha, Nor bk, Johnson, 1402, an account in our Savings D
S" E .' union~"aeneT atla. frstrno.huii e frop ladled Rhus bk. Ericksen, day, and it will not nly b a

.SHACKLorD. u* 3w nay h m. land serh.mone ate taet
,, X *o ,RD. P. OI. d mi.-sm~n s ~, pt. :. wiu ablsos r Jtam hio unt- shaptey bsn u tor you from future want, but
icr Qa etm x U.tC. W.~e o tomRosiso a Bros. hu h i s lc. co you in the buvaireuu w world. r
V9 WIN.S. Saint -att rine's Guild meet in< the Doris. Am. sch., Axelsoa, -, Bal-
ert W Y aern e t. Joha's, warrint .lon Eveana pray- Donna Christina. Am ch, Frisbie ARICAN NATIONA
f day an ot f :r and sg eryemon 7:es p.ay. t1 T-stt SF5A Belize to ate. Designated Dep ory of e Uni
.C Hit. JACHBON. ..m le (). .Artle .9's LT. U. W .e van.a $20t TO $50 you know tas every me you ... w . m. c -..
t at(P)kasIwati l Telephone 14*4. 9:.2a aU. wehool. have a coia i or cold and let it run on preId-Lt. ie*-*Ps. a Oags Ast.
S*-) to ic-al Sala- J. Andrews. WernateIndet. rev. Bc thinking itSbill just cure itself you
t Ie.-'- Glen, y presidand .lr, will preach at are inviting pneumonia, consumptioS
OR ( e 1"u1tlsal Ameadment Oa sdn 1tat MthInt or some other pulmonary trouble?
A etiete (1et Ate-rtic (1) S F. A. nod Atr. unday Schoot :0* itn s -Don't risk it. Put your lungs back in -
n -t ta f e* a. m.. W a. R rtt. Superintendent. o ur perfect health and stop that Cough
eaPL Special t for i si at 1 CM.ant Evenhyle Balard 'se N rt 4 CoTe.CIdSerupS NATIO.
JAUGAINST Cstltutlo Amenas 2 telt tPep4 laBsso Slass d Sold and re,5mme nde Cm W. A.S
IS alwa3 S readV e.**t .y*su (: ) of Article time to preperl: prepare the es- during __ __ _* __ ________________D'himh df' t --. l' BN S L A H
-' X2). 4iU c 121 South Palafox streetA, tSme nara Q Del Ba | 0 Sic *a rm* Aga
Our central station en- Oa-(tit(tional Amendment S tda m yan. 5d ra l 'Pa THERE'S Subscribe for The Journal.,.n..n- 14 M.
Seelon (35) of Article (5), At Gymnasium at Ft, Barrancas-Nov. ____________
_rates power twenty- Relatin. to Number of circuit sorng l b s at. m. SO MUCH
four hours a day and __. _b- .be Cns fao pastor SATISFACTION | FRESH OYSTERS ,,, ,,, a. maC.. N . w. come

Severy-day in the year. AGAINSTConstiomoa .l Amen- Sunda hol opens. o I GROCERY Everyday. The Escambia Wfi o.
every da t.e ment Section (25) of Article vember 4, 1.0. at 7:301p. mvisong smnr vee 11 GRO.C'LERY verycl-.Th -
and services conducted by Mr. C. F. E.ine
You may use it for a tfew t5). laing to- Number 0 Supt. Sunday pehat h Std's A. BUYING Oyster Depot has moved to -
minutes at a time. or day Circuit Courts., nu Mission of e.avy Yard WHEN YOUR112 South Palafox St., Phone at nal
and night .the yearWall.Sun---- --- da.. N 1.1 ".S.' 1 S10 *day
and ht the earSchool opens at lk30 a. m. At 7;0.i. DL RY2
around. ong service and service S UMr. C. F. Seek..Supt. Vtvad&aN- c-hool at ,
-t o dards avenue .. non Pense -ola BASKET
'uif. A.BA EFlorida mud Alahama
Youhv -y Tueqday. Nov. 3, 1"08. at 7:30 p. mi..
ou have only to put m ...c+ .x ,.,b,- e,..p: EMPTIES LAND COMPANY mcTnOs:
a s-'itch to strt aHaIL pastor First Universalist 4 'hurch at
a switch to start, and a,, ,.o m, e ^ n a ,, gevgy^an^^ta ON YOUR g gy e.,. nooiw &. CAr i s. KBvaL
start, A fullline of dill, awis and mixed PeM atpola. The public is -eordally .Invited N YOUJR n
all t out to stop. .Dl itn & artn icka, cat- to attend all of above serveit-(es. R T .* n- A. irS .D &. n w
sup., apple buter in jars, fresh sauer First Presbyteran Church-Rev. Julian OR KITCHEN A a ..... .*... Ti...u awd .i.
Ne .e. q... -bl t Preaching at 11 a. tn.
hIP .tV Q Ainnvin^ V ...a.. t 7:30. Sabblath School 9:n0 a. Tm. ATJBES MIS P 1 I. .
blity of SUPPlyin yXw daily. New City Sabbath neh-ol 3=0 p. min. WHT DIRECTORY 4
power.n.- . Al are cordially Invited. The p- WHAT YOU K NWTO 1 Pen awa
P[W,-Iv. ... tor will -onduct ser-ri each Friday .. ... ,PVA O i
J. E. CONCANNON icu at 7-:3 at New- Cty Msor. t ORDERED. PROFESSIONAL- Insuran Gulf St
N ow Ci Sunday Sc.hop--son-cr 2th THAT*'S US! "a Is ACO. ANI
iSa ... .outh Pal... .. p. . Zeek.ltsupt. .. . . ...... ri V.. .ii .r c q
I-. ._a_."nof .Bible clans. All ~are welome. -t u 9' !Pr !d_-!.
-CU l tlDr.Jo. B. Tiler LUTAM CHRcJ. j. Metire Just Right! oLUHE AaeCHS..5sm NetDr. Weha 's mg a wL

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From the time the doors were thrown open till the closing gong sounded, the sales force was unable to wait on the customers t
crowded .every aisle to an overflow.,. To-morrow (Monday) an increased sales force will endeavor to handle the crowds who are sure
come and take advantage of the balgains offered in this

This stock is all in and amounts to about FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Furnishi
s Goods, Table Linens, Sheets and Pillow Cases, Laces and Embroideries, White Goods, Ladies' Muslin and. Knit Underwear, W. B. a
'rThompson's Glove fitting corsets, Kid and Fabric Gloves, our own importations from the well-known house of Mills & Gibb, Lord & T<
Ior's Hosiery. .In shoes, well known lines so successfully handled by us in the past will be included inthis sale, Heywood Shoes for men,
's for Misss Krippendorf & Ditman for ladies. Celebrated Ultx & Dunn lines of Rochester, N. Y. Gold and Silver shirts, collars and cu

e wdb Here- They -ust Be Sold-Ykw Know the Place--You Kno
the Store--Everything Marked In Plain Figures.

-. atIa l it a adies Handker-hiefs,,always-
Ic Yfhziatnax ts, to be sold for 3-4
val'e b now a14 avid holiday rush Ladies Bets,
. C^.cty Ps at Malost 1-2 price.
Mens Clothagw6 l be shaua in the large room
with plenty~ light the 2d floor. See window di y.
All $10 Su t dacedto . .. . $6.98
All $12.50 an -. Suits reduced to $8.98
A $15. and 160 Suits reduced to $9.98
Men's$1500 Overcoats . . $9.50
'Ws Pants, 5c . . 40c
Bos Pants, 75c qW y . ... 60c GJ
Boys Suit $1. 0 and p. -
Bos clotbing shown in shoe department.

25. Dox. Sheets, 72x90 in., invis-
ible seam ....................
S100 Sed Spreads, this sale go at .. 79c
0- 104 Pepperel Sheeting, this sale,

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

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.

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I case Percales Navys, Reds and Blacks, 8c
| value, this sale . . .. . 5
All Staple-Prnts, this sale . .. 5c
Yard wide Bleached Domestic, this sale Sc
Yard wide Brown Bleached Domestic, this sale 5C
One case Staple Check Ginghams, this sale 5c
Amoskeg Staple Check Ginghams, this sale 6%
i All 10c Handkerchiefs .. 5c Not guaia.tccd Gloveo
Sl Al 15c Handkerchiefs ..1Oc for .... .......69c
All 25c Handkerchiefs, all 16 button Glace, regular
Linen ...............18c $3.00 value ....... ..$.
S15c fancy I/-Hose ...... 10c All W. p. & Thompson's
25c -Hose ........... 19c Corsets sacrificed.
10c -2-Hose ........ ... 7c $1.00 quality, this sale
i 15c Linen Collars ....... lc only ................$ .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
Swear, 50c value, this $3.00 quality, this sale
sale .... ............33c only .............. 2
Same, for boys .........18c All 10c. HQiery ....... .07
SKid Gloves for ladies, all All 15c Hosiery ....... .10
I guaranteed $1 Gloves, All 25c Hosiery ......... 1
for ..................85c All50cHosiery ....... 5

AU 10 and

15 cent Ginghams

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

. Shoes-Great Bargain for You.

Every man,. woman and child should
buy at least two pairs of these shoes. It is
an opportunity not often offered The stock
amounts to over $10,000 of which over
$61,000 is new fall stock.

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en for the afternoon is "The Dawn of
History." Several very interesting
.papers have been prepared by the la-
dies, which will. be read before the
club. -
Rev. J. A. Houseman will preach
this morning at 11 o'clock and again
this eveullg at 7:30 o'clock at the
UaiversaU4e church. in the absence
of Rev. Chs. P. Ball, who will speak
at Del~nui Springs. Rev. House-
as is A eleag-t speaker, and some
speeialSi c I1b meen. prepared.
The Lo s' Ai at the Flrst Bapti
'em&rel -vWi aet with Mrs. M. E.
WilesO on at Chase street on Tues.
'arl)7t1M a. .a A fullt attendance
s urgd. as busiess of importance
I tos receive attenton.
The Ga1 ~ 1I I street Methodist Sun-
day school wB holdM Its annual rally
this mermtig at 9:30 o'clpok, an liw
tereeting Iogra--having been pre-
pared. The etg people have been
aoemaisahing much along the line pt
very sacessfl reparation tais week.
,p d a most 'vSlble and instructive
eveat.i to,lbe Mtlcpated. There will
be maUy Visitors present from other
The Oseqot club will be the scene
'of me1h i0Jety on next Fr!day night.
t aa hop will occur from 8:30 ua-
til 11: 3 'clock, to be followed by a
ctillion ftron 11:30 to 1 o'clock. A
delightful entertalament Is anticipat-

A XGersllhandicap tournament for
golf bal sweep-trea will be helf at
the liak of the Country club on Tues-
y, election day. The tournament
will be educted on the rame lines


Benefit of Sacred Heart
Keye RmM* I1tn, Chase and
Nov. 18th and 19th.
Voting for -most popular
Member of City Council at
Hooton's Pharmacy every

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to careful .dressers, is
evident in *every shirt
and collar that we laun-

We-Iave the facilities
for doing better work
than ordiiwdy laundries.

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e.. i t -Hestes Mrs. Walter LlAdstrum, "'
ji .Wa.rre Andersma, 43 E. Belmont street, *
P!e CSOb at 3:30 o'clock. @
Iaebre Clb-Hostess, Mrs. Ida Roch, E. Gov- *
.OCftb-Ho-usg, Mrs. M ies White, W. Garden *
'-M"Hin**t, Mrs. H. G. DeSilva, 110 W .Gadsden *
ub-Weuts, Mrs. L M. Alken, 720 N. Palafox *
Su1 Its5Mry. F. H. C Ninth Avenue *
:8 o' dock. *
OW Tumameat at the Country Club.
SParty at Progress Club, from 8 until 12 p. m. *
I -lab-' tess, Mrs. Begle Rady, W. Belmont *
ir eamplnentary to Mhso DIide Bass, Mrs. R. F. *
46t46 MrK ThcnaF P. Wkightos, 801 N. 7th *
a w- no1tes-. Mis Gwen Menefee. N. Bar- *
-b=-Hostess, Mrs. C. S. Donacker, 1204. E. 13th *
. P. . i Ladies at mBks' Parlors at 3:30 *

S. .... FRIlDA. * Mrs. L. J.- reeves, assisted by

d. ivre by Paymaster and Mrs. Hackett. *
Ollastary to Misses Coachan Numerlyn, *
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as the Labor Day tournamuBt; a'edal
play, with entrance fee one -gblf ball.
A lfttf the handicaps will be posted
at tCe golf house on Sunday and a
large gathering of the golfers will par-
ticipate. (
Play will commence any time before
noon on Tuesday and all cards must
be turned into the tournament conm-
minttee at the golf house by 5:30
A card party will occur tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Pro-
gress club, a pleasant event having
been planned by those in charge. The
Progress club parties are always full
of Interest, and tomorrow's great event
will prove no exception to 'a well ei-
tablished rule.
The ladies of the B. P. 0. E. arpe
planning a pleasant affair *"for next
Thursday afternoon, which will stake
the form of a charity euchre to occur
at 3:30 o'clock. The cause is a wor-
thy one. and much interest is being
The Mis-e May and Helen Coach-
hap. and Alice Munnerlen, three pop-
ular Jacksonville belles ,will Arrive
in the city on next Thursday to be the
guests of Mrs. R. F. Mitchell for a
fortnight. The presence of this
charming trio will be the signal of un-
usual social activity in, Pensacola,
and -many interesting events are be-
ing planned in their honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Cohen will en-
tertain this evening at their home on
West Garden street in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. P. Stone, who will leave
Pensacola on- next Tuesday for their
future home in New York City.
A most Interesting event has been
planned, and a delightful opportunity
will thus -be afforded the many
friends of t'e departing couple to see
them for .perhaps the last time. The
event, however, is bound to be tinged
with a feeling-of regret.. at the depart-
ure of so popular a couple, for Mr. and
Mr;. Stone &ad their two charming
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daughters have l Mg b9 e prominent 4
in local society circles.
They will take up.their residence in
New ,York city, partly on account of
the fact t-Aat their two sons are now
established there and partly because
of the many social advantages which
will be possible for the charming
young ladies of the household. The
Stone family will be missed from local
circles to a regrettable degree, but will
be attended in their new surroundings
by the best wishes of a host of Pensa-
cola friends.
An Important =eetiig, of the lady
managers of the Womanu' Home will .
occur on next Tuesday afternoon at 4
o'clock, when matters of importance
will be discussed. A full attendance
of those who constitute the board of
managers is earnestly requested.
Dr. C. M. Niles and bride have ar-
rived from an extended honeymoon
trip and the doctor will take charge at
St. Katharine's at once, where regu-
lar. services will be reuiaued tomor-
row. Both Rev. and Mrs. Niles are
valuable acquisition.; in local sqciety.
circles, where they will be most cor-
dially welcomed.
The children of0, Scool No. 40 gave
a very pretty Hfallowe'en party in one 3
of the Keyser stores opposite the court
house last evening, the decorations be-
ing especially unfile and original. V1
Witches and goblins decorated the -_
'windows, an especially motherly old,%
broomstick lady being mounted on an
appropriate steed, upon which she :;,-
could be plainly seen sailing majestic-
ally through tae air. Pumpkins were
used for lights, and other grewsome
effects employed. The event, in f.ct...
shed considerable credit upon the *:
young people, through whose efforts
and originality the success of tne *
event was due. A gpod crowd was in
attendance. -.
The Philathes. class of the First S
Methodist chur tertained in hon- ;c
or of the myatio' we'en last night
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The hat pictured is a,very attrctlve model for dress wear. and could
be copied effectively Is various colot4aga- Th" model was ia. gray corded
ilk. with a largm grf_ plume. shadet to a deeper tone of the sawme-elor at
the tii. In front was a huge rose in dull American Ieauty shade-the 'Pt-
als of tlhe r "bWei3M is silk w~ vlye. ceCter.
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This Week

A Beautiful
Gathering of

[, Dress





is ready for discriminating
* and exclusive dressers.

A Charming Collection of


has junt reached our center display case.
conceits that fond ,mothers will revel in.
Pretty.Trimming of Embroideries, Laces
purchase of Baby Caps in our experience.

Daintiest of the dainty. Winsome
Ottomn' Silks; Mulls, Fawn Furs,
and Ribbons. 'Just about the best


No. 5 S-uth
Palafox St.


A Gorgeous Display of


Every devotee of beautiful Millinery
should visit our store this week. We will
show all the original ideas of the season.
The display Is marked by a diversity that
will appeal to the most particular pur-
This model shown to-day is the product
of our own workrooms. New ones shown
daily at surprisingly low prices.

By all means visit us
this week if only for
a style study.

Mrs.Nordstrom /
11 E. Intendencia St.

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at the home of Mrs. J. S. Roberts,
corner of Cevallos and Gregory
streets. Every conceit known to tiis
night of nights was employed, and the
whole affair proved of unusual inter-
est. The ladies who constitute the
Philathea class are well known and
very popular. and the good work in
which they are engaged. and the
charming purpose of their organiza-
tion. endears them to all with whom
they come in contact.


Mammoth Grocery
Phones 105. 1661, 1627.
West Garden Street

Our freshly parched
Coffees are without se-
rious rivalry.

Our specialty is the
"Dewey Coffee"-tested
in every essential of cof-
fee perfection; this cof-
fee--"Dewey Coffee"-
is in a class of its own.

Mince Meat, C
and Cranberries,
turned this week.


ILowney's fresh Cnn'irs-


Mis.s Susie Moreno, the chatmingl
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ScarrittI
Moreno, has been extended an invita-
tion through Gen. John L. Mou-to.,
to act as sponsor at the annual re-
union of the Sons of Veterans whic' .
is to occur at Mobile from the 24th
to the 26th of next month. This is
an honor which is not only appreciated
by the numerous friends of thiA-youth-
ful Pensacola belle, but by Pensacola
itself, and her many friends are tak-
ing much pleasure in the pretty co"-
pliment. *
AT Y. M. C. A.
A novel event occurred at the Y. M.
C. A. yesterday mnia. whai the
Juniors conducted a mo interesting
and unusual event in the form of a
Hallowe'en party. VariolS ganos. ap-
propriate only to this particlar day of
the year, were indulged in, the morn-
ing being spent most pleasantly.
The benefit recital, given for the
First Baptist church by Misses Mis-
souri Ca*tthon and Olga White, proved
to be the success which had eens an-
ticipated by all who had already had
the rare pleasure bearing these
two talented yomu Peamacola ladles.
Miss Cawthon. whow voice is maar
vellons in its sweetness and Intensi-
ty, sang straight Into the hearts ot
her audience, and her eMforts received
the appreciation due thbmn. Miss
White, as reader, was her own chwrm-
ing self as usual, her selections being
especially well chosen.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Pohlmftian or 212
West Government street, have extend-
ed invitations to their friends to be
present at their home on the evening
of November 8th, the event to be giv-
en in honor of ue anniver-
sarv of their marriage. Mr. and Mrs.
pohlman have many local friends who
will extend every good wish for many
*returns of the date.
A number of Pnsaeolias attiaded
a Pl*"*3nt musicale on last FuMday
everfne at the bome of Mr. and Mrs.
McCrary of silt.e. The event whica
proved one ,of the most eajoyahle o
the season, was attended by mtusc
6oweVr proiinantly. sad passed off
most suecc sfully. The following mu-
sicians were present; Sam Crain.


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violin; Frank Penton, organ and vl-
olin; Fred Rhoda, organ, I B& R3b ,
lute. Mrs. Florence Collins. vitolin .
B. Allen, violin, H. Iayflehl, viW-
Among the guests present were Me ,
dames Rhoda, Carpenter, Crain Md
CoJllns, Misses Nellie Crain, LTe,
Uly and Hattle Carpenter, seatm-
enton and Mary and Darthb& Ow
MIll, also Messrs. C. and M. M Xa,
W. E. and T. Carpenter. T! MeIOM.
-Doe" Barnes. Ed Carpenter" M
Claude Rhodes. .

ThM following was written a4s r l9
by Edwin Sharpe at a recent rally
the New City Presbyterian Su
ehool, and was fhe subject of
favorable pride among the many
friends of the yom m7an:
"O this rally day, I as .@.iidt
wish to introduce to you clasw nRUJ r
seven. As some at you kow, ta:
class has had a. ioanent part a ft
school since it' was begus. W I ;
dogbt It has been a boys' class nevW
minte. At one time it could e -
asd rubber bands to perfect 'T
Ibtamw sheet was soon made fit .,

(Cowtmied ow P aemFMee)-

Sei is True

You'll realize, just what tlv~
gmans by buying here.
Bulk Pickles, Sauer Krw
Herring, Spare Rib andd Psgg-
Feet a specialty right now.
Just arrived-FLOWER ANM
we also fatreo H I ~
Cre"Oafry statemery.,ohm%. fh
Weed and umne Wasr TO-
eco, Cigars, and Fee St.o.
Yow wy payi ng .M,
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dwmg, N pt P m 1 rooms .......................... 400
,'North Sareilovha. roms ..................................... 35.00
S MWest, ardmn, r lma ........ ............................... .00
Northi aresolo, Sa roomm .......... ...p....................... 25.00
West Gward 7 roms ........................................ 20.00
F N West itendoncia. 7 reoms ........................................ 20.00
an *W s1 lmena, at e r v ..........................................1. 30o
I Ia West M--a 4 romm-s .......................................... -0.65
w- dMlOMrl-lo at Flehervlil. ................................... 10.00





Splendid little new cottage with six lots,
with fruit and pecan trees, In white sec-
tion and where is sure to advanee, 10.00
down and $10.00 per month will buy it.
5-room new cottage with 6 lots, in the
growing section of the city. south front.
white neighbors. 15.00 down and 415.00
per month, only one left.
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Cond ., b ---St "'.- r-

DWELLINGS (EAST END.) nation. Fiie land. Will raise anything.
ilno. ( ana, 10 .roo. ...................................... 30.00 $S30 caulibalauce easy, Worth$ t.00.
Nor Ela s otb Aveu 5 rooms......................................20.0.
lWi i1ondnOfia, r S! .................................... 1.00
IO 5Eat iol aMens e S 0 1m.......................................15.00
St ast w0egt fi mst S .......................................... 12.
oreOw a Hal in al parts of the city. L. BROW N 6 CO.

A.antr. inIut an*lli*g.

a- s ps .Our Ust.. / Phone 54.

Agntst Thlesen B building
Office Sonid Floor.

on lots we have for sale on
East Hill, and let you pay for
it like rent
How about it, Mr. Rent

Leslie E. Brooks Co.
(Incorporated.) .
43 South Palafox Street.

ROoMS AND BsOARD -Yountllg mnli. esa-
Speially. at-omrmijalted at I:3S Eastt
Gregory. Mrs. T. -. Sinith. "forn,.-rlyv f
the Ro.\al Hlot1l. liin.lw Iw
FOR RNTT--Two )-onls j.oiniiplat.Ilv film-
nishiv fii f light hli sekt'-keel|lig. (;as
range aril bathl. 1i, N N. Al(-anlz St. IlainI.
.w I mnov'I m
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. $100.00
Buys a Cottage Home in
Best Residence Section
of East Hill, block from
car line; 6 rooms, new,
bath, hot and cold water,
sanitary connections, 9-
foot front and side gal-
lery. South front. Large
lot. The balance like
rent. Don't slave for
your landlord.
5 lots on 16th ave-
nue car line, the
cheapest property
in this section $1100

J0o. W. Bullock, Jr,


SFOR .RENT O t UL t'mfortl. ftI ti Rooms 304-306 Thicean Building .. 7
S RENT. ]',ens. Use FOR REN*_gas ranIg(. On ,ar linet-, near bay. 301 E. "Ite. likc .__ur_
.,-rin ,nt strt t. ::,, tlw,*"'e. "lt ,re wh
p*im uN FOR VTUENT-Large brick warehouse on ......... .l -f o
Raluroad -treet. Apply to Jas. McHugh. FOR RENT- n- finished room: also large. for f tirav-
WANTED. . FOR SALE. l iuov t~. ,o.mplte' r ,urni ,i ,usekeep.. ..tatro.f .,,l. ,',
iANTM FOR rounisil. all mrodierni convenivnes. Mrs.L property. frm. tim
NO- ,, OR .RENT--".... ..I. X N. lioloon .4t., Ilayi St. .lott3t*' List your property with us L a* r, ,m .
-To turni.hbed house for FOR SAL- evral ead mules. all n A wareho ile wil, private sldetr. k i t n"
-th ilr. tillact orly refrence. H.. good working condition. $6 and Illp. Itores E at Garden st.. near Palafox. Front room s-Furnthed or unfurnished and we will find purchasers l pla-t a
jrsa oice. nvlt* Come early if you want a bargain. nar- i to $20 E. front roo, southern aald W w fnd ind astrsers .v. dy
hed weld Ice Fat. novt S. c. ofnr Zarr-agosa and Del- posure. phone and bath. to desrale for it o tenants for those va- Mange ,.n p-
t orathed rooms SA E Towithugblr $i00 party. North Hill. Privrae family. An h-oums
U llbl. or withnt boar& POR sALE--Thoroughly kiln-drild rougl .37' south Palafox, upstairs pool dress Box :4- 15au cant houses.
L. J-ral ece. 1e, 0Inolt and dressed lumber. Nash. doors and roorr. $30.00. ONE ROOM ,'oa*h. ,t4y trnished for
bilAids high-grade paints oils and bulld- tores. Gadden an th avenue igJ iusek eing. Gas at d ptne. Collection of rents a spe-
1 7 to haOW that we erW hallWare. Saunders Mill Co., 2 9 104-106 iouth Tarragonna St.. S!0.0W. Chlai use.
aruntane &trag ot Garden street. novitt flor se- Don't you think it -
ofor ". r. .O. RrNT-C.nifortalr nisd ron A Don't ind ndyou think
dTo aite you a a.anlce at te FOR SALE-Try itya barre of Penacol. Oi it. v ,Y OR tNT-Nwl olk fomn Pala- Call, Wto Ortelpnone. t is not alonegood
S t. a and Mrltt a for ; quick and good tire. t one horts ,01 W. Intmiodern. str t. 11 W.0.. t: St. c odrate In m
St -4tead ela St p C-t elH. ovpgy ton, C2. C. BrGoodmanl.ard 116 WV. Gor ana.r.*. -S5. 00t- rrrihe ..ns. o itian
S. ..iovm- -- ardn .t. laiT o,,o:nn attac-i. Appl 16 utii ting property? We have GINNI

ihftllrts toH r olel *nl Ie FOR 6A~ r-ledle pBniy Tor either lar y d REN -Store buildmn on -. 1V. 1--c* hv tit lor thope
psi to aer. rFu ta. Apply-carriage kth agood on- r arragn ad ale tre..$1ts. 0. board and l i Soiite roins wil al -e, sever aal good investments to t for frm

S- r ti r t Mrad. Evra Aa goo St. ` Inoppw App l\Mx'illan & Ar l s *s administrator,,tr ,,a r e
SlS tlORat. ltor ller ai ia St. 1.on o ft7t py li. Alan t. t .Intent Invstmntfor th
S1P _ditio. aCost "o wll dck sell cheap. 431 -FOR R N. Spring. s1.0ied ottage of for R e>MS tit. I:td lo--C..i. located. eOne tatso is ure of a profit
-* -Zars geS a St. 1novI-w 224-22 Brtinr.ese above No
T-ctSLE t. ofw -.OR REsT .a\. - aih a1adeW .O anmdtprgsdu-1to estA.i~.At g s f a.r hileC l-write tthiseetpalon
r ygirChn eat t aF S chtpe nat le Pnn I.-. ;.t too: -tox estre.trt 1t %\ .SI -ls,.otk.f 1-il HELP WANTED. od t*r

i w baling -give t M On SAL B-That 4-year-old ente pon i 10 Ta r oa St "i ,; ---- -I T\\ TRA 1- NG S. wantfl. -
ii sTiLtA -and wh iror-am r a-. ile. C ,be hinesen at city stablel- 13 WV. Romantendenia.t .'3 F0RN.S D .oraS th h-e ek L.*4 w.... sad r-.t eo ernat i m<'p.n-
M ry w. Apply D. T. la. .D. o Bo .3. 3o ntlw 7 N. Palaoa r .tree . dant. nn:sin n ad

.. n.t. . A- ts E- G" l novatt l w W^ ig t S e .. -~ so tt r A ly 614 F o- t t i -i i
tR sih r~isi ndnew. FOR ASIr-SeIVddle io nmy for either l-O_ f T-?.-tort building ,in S. .. O .R..- ,* .r k--, ent'St lg htnI*. ,: A b utiful home on vrst
-t a.t - r- a t tieApply.orner o., r t-. -' ,, .. ConFOR ZarragosSa amdLE Aay. netaystrbrie Tesui. ,IV,,I II1n,hi iel a RYS an oail ten Ots with windmill, fo r

5 6'. pp eMiat e ""?- ,S'Ie < Sttl pnn u at,. oe it- meal.ts np,- h7so An ideal.suburbstma nt for thel j

ad o la. to at St .t 1 l e K i. r t i o o p p w y not "ou ,blati..;wl hi..,klit h ... ... .n.. ...i ............ andy o,,nB vey t
.K,.. musnes ia st. :n,-.nJ im A ,v-nuea-.d ana -h o ::I-:, -hone n1. for $3500.00 if taken at onc
i i SOt plya. Mlclna- .StHo-eo l urnur tor nt.t rho l i. ..str 1 MISCELLANEOUS. es.a t,- o No. W. IntendenciaoSt.

- 1 -w i th W uroolm t ie ea rly n w in g o o d .1oon 6i 1 ss G or-. e n t S trett \" A V 'lR T Y P I .W KIT KIR S r tpa iAS;.;<.lIi n 0 s D o Tu T

g ,*_1 0 1 S L S t* .on1 S treit . S, ; W a lk i s 1 t1r.. 4hJn a 1 S : ,i -e i tt :< P,.-c o:n n t l ,a s inr uto
R ALE-My rse uy l, t AStrn- -- S r f .. o s Building. OWNTAT
-- 1WN a" - AIsoOR RHSNT .F ST-CL S'I P ARb AN!) I-OOM-- .........f______GooISE.__t.

FO aotZ- t a rlsle e ly water hepan Is rant rutn e tl o<'aasions ,,r Lntairt l,-muu. finria- i /atina |-inl.!s. "r' *\i iinE P of T PENSACO
SMuattto at

SS te or a nany a you w t. Apply Or- w r. onimc anl Palao St. two of ' RS- Or s tn for all <:- A1nd r. 10 ito. h Inovll*>--
agetra.. m7CS S o` ciB eSt .n.-pan,; The FisherReal Estateea r1" <' "n fs .1 A' l ..';i ."'n A lot of ld newspaper
se accostuntf IesinnAIa. g oard ngTHE REN-oITECTORS." tV u R-oI ND ROOMf .sale, 5c a bundle, at The Jour.

an "P FOR JAX ic e f-ammerlus n -'tloe s. T. Pt-Dsa oa Lriv. ftalel, or rinz W TI1 vr man. w. an aat !il Hal OniCe.
o nnaTo r N t a i la o o a o t f o sf e0 c h e app ,ta. t huTe es o u t ,r an1 7o T a n o u i t r y T he.. .o.. :.. 3 .tp r' i>. f .>i-';>.-o '.a it e k n o w ; ,o rt h i H -N E
liar S 81W -S2&h Altes stret. Mitchell. 4W5 Thteaen Building. Sm allnd resuts almost certais our. i,, andl g r..i,; l- .Jlis.le. K.(len-l^ -V~ t .
ebihom wth ae. w tu- iyll nvltf nth e are worth tryn for ou rr ..........,haS6 .091 li t o loas 9. ars 6oder- .ta:t; -: ."lo t
". ei er.'.. dto ea ots 00. S. Tarragona..tret. ...r................20.00snTern -0MA KET REPO.

.. W*lFORo w te y O .AND .TWOge e l.YEAR-O= T r ig Stretrap ............ $ 1.00.nd W onI aa d m t ora tn i Jore' WANt|V. ,_. ,. fayier . id n t min M A R*ET R E PO R .

3TI e r. C -re J o u r n al.ritt t Tthn J outo e p ittis m el r1i ntlre tan t C.l Pe mmst- Wtr . .-.. . lo na ntrdkao w a t t hTh a s s ix r-o r is a rnEd b at
weat .lP.woe wh.AV D. Jhe.ta .tE. Bna n l. *...-N ....a......t..e.t................$ q.6------ -a-. i. .w- ...,A ;.ta.
PO tgAE- acoun at o letaO ing O S uas thar i es th Boardingt ..House.--.--O- :e :"tOr Ga.- a Tn ot h ar i fr

n Lans gave. t en---'POR_-S -".JP.r Gdreenblatt. 1:;9yr- MONEY. TrO Lht tAret............. 3500 h ry o *A oo1 T ilia" i, 'rL 'llsv ect l inir .ax --

eyec tor Sta No. n2 9f. R ard oen d ito Thefher -" WEtt etave in 1an.0amo.nt r $ 0tt. amnt |t. alwa's in t^ RSENAIV* gln i t lu -
.... .. I'1 r. 1 -rth A ta-iiiiv. -t h."- l -..ri..t ,, for-l.; .. .. t.S- --'- ... -

n to 31 W lml nh re ister. Ad- JU T tBc Jt D a shipment of tine 1' til e lll South alaox. ............... $10.' Ia .. sl'.l li, i J Salhn. l ri K NAVAL STORESii

iat r "b ia rse ore a. tot ; les o e dio Amr ,Arser 1 o5t n -e t-oa -'tai .o .o6."g M S ELL NE.O.u ::1 4 l na.t CALL.W-R:: :
r. .rio o no vt- oer n Ioh.uOed funt upr lof all 1% N. a-fin .rx Str..t ............ $nfi.0 and ,,rdova str,.et ..Phu ne 1457". finc5t4l n -1 has s d b
whileaoR ALna'4lanretX W. o efeman& -d n'.1. i ; oeE"', o,-t,,,. ........... $ ,o __- !

-.autoby enortaS TheSe-sa- a s.goros andd TrrlaEu t. 1 tw; 6 G nnt, St -e-t ......... m....$. NIX D 'a.ii(re lNs. 1 ,tuk ai it otn
t *der. M i onpan yer iurchain o m a l lthly wrtent s. Phos,7l anbl an.k s e 05 How miuc d lta............y .... -.".n AIt ,t in ,,D t i y your prtitl inn '. .. .i .... j....................o... ..T
1`n6 ae"1-1, plO Hn c tMStl lo g o at$ 4.5 values 7. 3 s.Zarraa str- em t r a......... $1. A re i ond f l.things:al t i n : ,.. i ,in i t i..
R Y or 1 I.sE N--d n 5-$ A10 bto $=0:311 oys" $n land ge "r .ONE JLO,-N ona-b01dt JoO Aothr r RlGpi eoi`why not -t ,nd i tth or- nui. n 5t: 2A7pX... -....................-. to
m-. ,1 and wh te andC1111 111t. m. trato. .soa t h$L25 n ,st vacate hy, :,,4 r1p..,rtyo, s hot ..s........... $o. ,, ".,,,,,,. ,,,., ,,, ,,,,, ,,..- .car i d n ]Ba

J.Aan. R ai D. wrteo. 1ot. og U-.a. we.-ov need .b-at 10emtlai p rsi nONet LO ED.-on rete .- to. -W i -ei .-. Goittmn SJ ii-inwt-si laoi cr;in NMI 7I t
,0CM lhour. At .r A MWrih on, R.u- peralnal ptropea l th Stecity . P -- U-s. 'r t i$ ifio..aun t.a k E a

Te Sor i S a potote btc mana iree es.a-pt3tt shi, i- r-ttm e Tltr.ia HOTELS. lrht: SA.a s Mlalt Caied 5 s a'- N. teti
.Answr lltBo "Bkstwe. 20M kion dsO -A eone -istory houne wth aph X. hite nden Bla rrc,.t ......... A. B CO.
w-ith-3 re o.ds.'nearly new, In g l -6hu n2 +.. RT o (ayou N O T IC E O F R E M O V ALt ....... x1j.0 li \Vi, dr "I "ota'-,9 ii
tio e -na bc si R dnd i!Ca ort write Mrs.I-C. o-t maore -. 1; P F on t o....... :- r......., '1. t r p a n i I y- ai

aE M idatr fo 1 rlet 0at FOR m or P-.1 and 3 lot oni West Gair ,- n aF- t atei9 nd. 2 o s er I in a c aes. Tw ia, l Ibo ii a f le

"- muII a lo sp r oom c hair corod ots N Cst n Yo ur i or busnas-.- J. r Aa drlwi I --es s Iilie N Oa ld .t L IV E ST O C K '1u :l
each.-t Oct. D ..V ,g-t of Ciase and 1 e l T e. -(V. .........,..,alsa A iet. 1,, ,,
l@ 101 St on- Cottae on Weet Govern .. ent St.. r.12a. u a p. stean sali.p Martlia$ ill bili, r r. tt, :1- I'UT -- liit' I _
it t11 CottameheR on Lsttle Bayou at gg an00. h r.1 sponsi.he for debts contracted E..$. I HOTEL In W,.,ly fi ilt Frlorida nt fe- AE r
lom Ar aiOn A ait nne9to den. st. i- Arn E or g t a eiat9 lTh. Thm'l o e !. S e -'a._l-h ,. iforl D i ieis. sN .'ll n,, o. il t 9 -
e o r s Captain. oermontcall ifop fourrsoin-eso le h tl & Co n r4 o:tl7 Apl Work Teaste. larante
b8-,HARsT. Roar. church, would take four A a e pu a. A a at Grde: Sth Consiieie. SI-- .i ar. iggs> i-onky T i l aying Tonic
pi IF.intn period. S would aly U I P 8iro n i, 8 g liiiV l6 P o t. tw i' hi- al ll- il'. . ;1i -
Lr i' lrre to two pu Sti with S ood rtasLe On e rlpese oTit'el.' r., ln as CREW NOTCEt FO arl. F- r MEtl N a O.i.t. P4>.I r Ni 334. i

wIo u o dy a t, o 23 S Colt-- a, to ,t pta. dta,,, RTh Fti herat a Eo tae i O ,,n *Te,,i_,. h.. FOR SAL., -Bayviiw Park Toi t-. yards. CO- nT- i.'
rnmraa a at 2o Sprin St or leo. M m das ewao laN1oNt a s. tound stAenmsh. anul wi be O --Thri1ht place to buy aa-_ett. tCor. h strt and it iain have

ltwof ."I @ a IT &. Palatox St. Tspnonsible for debts cogatract- each. ]dust 190 a by tte cre7eof sh. el tIoontiiiorts.44ebd cockrels and sgs for salet.1W PHOTOGRAPHS.
oth.8for COURS No-hr. ..or, Wnt Caai.!. TheOcO sti,, C hoUn G .-1 or'pa.n- ru..rell at. u. Tial a-. K. *'a-dn-

m - s" Mithell4 f*W T.pemlt Bl d no aaln. dor laaat c i" t go D a a ar.aas moder- bii,,. 't-n adt .o l -at ilaa ate lStl.
A L kallleoif second-bandulne o n.aso tia .a "n 2, ,-Or '+'-, "THE R nT lOLE TOR$." M- CUT, ,o. .S ,,,,-t-- Nv,,',,,t..,A ,, l, ,,,,,-try sale, 5-c a -I- dle, at01T he Jour.=

at.r Be S t Ctte+r,--1vat Thner don hon "THIS FOR THAT. S hCATTLR O;. \S-I h.- a pur A lot oi f d ne^wsaperin
tts totettf rate. theta re oth tiTng, for you have at 22 S CHAG e a S co g tied up m et n
t -a l edlby toecre of r t gain and notng t loe, losn nan cotS.- i re. and 2th stret- c MA EitO aT

dr.e.r - o1 nl It ti, e quikst eaiest ad S cheapest caseet anCiai.eapest o ly tan get ex- faCr The Jornal by Iarks & Gayll-. F. a.
fs or I tol el one sm ell da rk. t" t -l W E have $100.0 RE. L mnrT ---LeS e d, c t t r. a r t ie sh to Awo-ing-h s lf Go l5 c e r tit l. 1
l ow eye.. "-7 No. Rewar class 1n Thr.e Fihe kl,-atn H-st-t estate Iin anly amrl otut from $P107.00 up. i Tents, (ots. i lammaa,-k X., eto'.. always In tI-PRhSI.:NT TIVIg 'o .-, a'\hl-

dog about eight mlonthe 'FOR SAL1 19 e F ay-e hnales 206 o. ]Pal*ox Street -. a. -A" Al i- -.r a NtI-ai-iv ;.v-nttia-ky \Vheitky guaran- ar- tlina naval stares quotations:

W36 011111111111M. 32 Colkts Automat 1,pist ol-- t ou -tg." We cn pl phony T e. Depot phone 704. "
Oa--loL" by not a Meg The ua s- ds rcugs and laieB curtains. Veekl ony first o ta s to cparyoued in. t1Y UNG- A JI'D'E by your prirtIng.. 'aindtRom. Kelatu-iky. % '.,, t im-*- --. t ;
e so.lnothing? L.,eslie t i. n oryo uh Ia t dem % at the aayes Printing Co.. 24 W. VA 'T)LE. 't--. n erla,-n .-i., nk o I v.'e I-in.................................3 40
E A DSt. n ltf o. W. Go lnmert St. R 0 ot-tim a n gte.n men ts.r Y-... '
YI) OR SL :N--.One 15- NOR ISAL bered lands In large airIMON Y LOAV ED onyt inga frnds tt wtill, I F YOU W-N-O.-mon...t-h, t. .. .
good__u-at-:-----------------------------. ... .. 1027714
FOUI'eomno -e af setter d Samn *~. m ets .a.-It Is f he t roller window awning m ade. ,I-l r. r s. anal lt a .d .i rtainp s n wayekly oro5xeit srpo t
olld reward for resum to W. C. lrl- J CJL 2 ll et long. 44-in,-h5bt-tau, 7 ddress"MONtreeO.LOAN. nio Wtl y ou- ant .osttf r Ilt ,o s tollininr.
po it. F. D.,, CF.ttag.e Hill. la. 3boctlan H. P. enul e. Speed boat 10 wileF per .ONEnY .-nD. on reel eTtet ro- ICt, Wantnthl uimn.nent st. o ou i rel o .i .
hoar. amppay. A. wrig, to., 6 w~. Ru- p i ppe-rty a te c.1i et o& (- H,.L -- ,
or :Stolen a pointer bitch. mamaW lhvtree. sIptittf W. ola r- on shlort notice. l. HOTELS.' y X I-I. S'r.ulints Ma6l C arriers! a i i-
bee n answers t o nle' Reward on f OFOR SALE--- ine --story house with all P 11 Patnt-eLrCler ks. l-:aminotion. s fnl.aiwywnA.C.o.
TeaOettat inteis tonr re or u i the am0 Muall a.'T'rk. +sustat o ,+'.r istunnd ('lerkat ,teet-rrllewS Ttzr utitin St
T 9. Rewardt blockhni n netTh tFshoe.Tw n n $,;- Itarn $16, ,ar ., .
76" ?lo n mi e all Yarhe o rt er $ayu. Journal sellsn them at Sve et ,itl per n e ornmon a-diinSauah ri ttlhe,-lni, preiara- P-ote Sa o
with gentlenuta's pictUre in bae!t. Rib- Chio, the ImprueovementsT o-oit more mRot hheat,.t.N. v Go-I D MANUFACrLgRE
tiao street. nealr HY-ga Rottl~rif Wo A 5-room houe and S lots on e&St lI.L1, tIhe store, No. lt, North Palafox St.. on bay sh.r'a. 10 minutes rid- Croraa .'itv........
ORmU4ay no on. Reward fou return to a 1 .c 20or sTear-s, I s hall e- glad to seet. all my on electric car tine. a-ill he o1e for the1 __-_-_- s- W isyg
fo ld.. l nirg Ce. d .. whAn-mom house and lots on West Gar- acid froiendas and nany new ones there. winta-r 0, t. 1. ASll rnodiern ronfelV"Iahli"4ndsof
OT--mal blatki a-aslhmere shawl. A. 6-roonm hou.e. cortier lot, N nprigt Yours for business. J. N..Andr,. Address MIs ]illie Tray tr, r."'Old .Fl'" Q"W .
SIt by owteyr by retonf of afr- St. iose in. 130o sto. re JAli a syWrite
SFinder ,s -, avisentrt. Van- A p-oo3 houe and ,, Iota -..ort,,--. p .-.. o
lVot theucorner ft C.has e _and N either the C aptain. O w ners, change or sel l w, h at you have, uinr l ss IA N D O U LT R Y
--adbertiseeing,w ntaes, on, ro.e i,
ottage em Little Bayou at $14i0. asponsib:,' for debts ontM e Ited EVERY atOTELI n e-Prt iglor.da and CN% 'T ROI'l, "-p wih-i I olir e If, .....r.
eD U C At IO N A Gro en. . yle" a nd intendenSla Sta Pri- of A. LE . thi column. The o_ is only 1.5 i,- zlhan so.. n-lh.-,adeJ ottt5;: All Work T to d G a
Gev en req ue st a er m o n th for four lines or less. &.Cu. PInio' 4r i em. ..e......
*",a h b.l wouldRltakef r or n'iSe i JO F R N. DAY.L 6 EaTs .rteander S. pENnSACOL LA LLMBER Con*s &On:..A.-_ ;aogs.tin -tents.. i..y..g Tonic-
1 oii4llh whR t e andlt iat er. P re ter- s omelfact s. fouhr Real"O -s"nd-nae.p t onshr te lilill arT' El gglist A eff.-i-tiii- i ....
- Lr' lemoSotu rttt tO two puneins wIth a en ta soun d. oorl oetbuwnd- Nether th ptain. O sF O N D.F. S. M LIL-N & Co.. Ph tieo Nao. 234. i
wi.ll' o6 Wh oha etn toer had any lAgs Lnab feet Itare. lang d. d extendingtb ui d liior'et h ersth nof the uitrits 'FOR S L --Bayiw Park t -oma ards. tCOT TR T
s wo u ot d hour .] A.A es anta Rosa o per ston lp shipr y enc will te FOUDf-Th right ple to buy anets. I or. 14th stret and 20th av lne-." ha'e

12MtZ oed by the Caew of said ieeel tn on weekly or month pa"ents. pr-e bred orei and eggts for sale. WPHOTOGRAPHS. -hLe Jaornas Wait uMa ll are all
eet a*o r.m awarded. Phone ad6n. dW.Bullar f.- P8111011th C be boght for tWT"t Ufis clalmC for ths em. W hyi not try ". -.
3 Netto ockmetM thine n.on a vrn.haslaither'InhetreoVnOh the m and get what you want?o'
O] -heilaster f Iva s Chattae at The CAiutter ltus3 c nooo. journalePella thIS F Rt HATt.tprTl Comman atrtwaiZ WnEha epa pure A l t c
th rewant tame a desse FO 4ALE OR. EXCHANGE-A good .-.. : s dvance, Roger Owaley. corner 9thl
etA mhreatd5ltnby theorewofdvsselro-Nosewith all modern convet- eo's aortnd 24th street. cifty. Si Ibsale, ac a irt.-'at*The-Jo-
P. A. hu.d alo, .lose i and close to e ,ines...,.n
-- o- T eJ rnlt.F TRANS1rIT C".. C.ico Wirl exohange.N fr c7itp pr;erty- John N. -FbusneAsEJTaN.i ood nudde-s Leslelie loffOld GCrdewhtl'youee h v. unles! oI. D OUT etlRY


self. are not in business for our health.
at count. We get them and make
d ourselves as well. We maintain a
*ling salesmen. Our specialty In real
options including ('ity ajnd Suburban
inlr andl tuirpentlne lands. Not depen-
I-vr.s elusively. We handle property
-s only, anywhere in thle South.* if you
uistl-e. guardian, administrator or a
isine-ss man with a little money, we
-ou on real estate first mortgages, to
by one or more of our local banks.

of money that you earn at your o-cu-
ofit of your business is what will make
mfqrtable. It's what you save, it is the
ur spending that renders you happy
the wage earner, or man with only a
to whom thle id a of saving money
pt.-'al. In most cases the larger the la-
the living expenses and greater the
lutate preparations for the future. As
nent for the beginning of the savtin
with accumulating funds that wmay be
with large casli reserves and for trus-
s. and executors awaiting permanent
r trusts, there s no better way to
n to Invest in "Kupfrian Park." which
bible return.. We buy or sell real state,
ne'y for you and guarantee satisfaction.
-CLARK CO.;Real Estate.


LakeView Avenue. Hos-
all modern conveniences,
it trees, grape vines, etc.
ust three blocks from the
v Park. Can be purchased



-Leal Advertisements.
MANAGERS and AgeniM wanted for to
C-lebrated Flood City and Tbula "'
\Vshirs,. best on earth for llht fabrics
such as lace curtains. ladles' waists. et,.
For terms and particulars address D-
artmaent 22, The Flood City Washer Co.,
Ltd.. Curwensillle. Pa. i6octisuadaya
Notice is hereby icven that I will, as .
receiver in ease of American National
Bank. vs Peumacola Bottling Works, sell
at my oce in the American Natlionpl
Bank of Pensacola on Monday, the 2nd
day of November, 1908, at 11 o'clock a.
m.. four mules Iii myv hands as revel4,em
Offers for Wi'e purchase of said mules wIl
be reeelved by me until II o'clock of the
said day. M. E. CIj RK
laovlt. Remelver.

Rwf'PRT Scia-,;.,N
Pensacola ,-dc o. 3. K. of P. will
hold regular r hfetp s Monday night. No-
vember 2ad., at 7l o'-clock. By-Laws
will be adopted, and other very important
bu In ss will be transacted. Kv'ry men-
ber of this lodge is requested to be pres-
Aent. Visting brothers cordtally Invited.
J. W. lHLL.
K; S..
Regular communication of Peasa-
cola Lodge. No. 42. F. & A. M..
Th*%dav. November ;. 1306. at
7:30 p. ni. Visiting brethr- cor--
dially invited.
0. E. SHACKLl?'FORi. W. w i.
Regular ninetingt osf Floe-
idl Tuesday. .November 3wA. at
2 o'lock. Visiting ni-nm-
be aordially invltael.
MRS.. M. M. FOWL'iEl.
W. M.
MRS. F. I. sfMrlrf.
SF. A. M.
Regular a-ommulnavati-1i1 of E.-canl-
ahi'bs, 1QIoSe. No.Vi Y. -. -A. M.
rmeeting Nev.-ani li-r at <7:10
o'clock. Visiting Brethren tra-
ternally invited.

Phone M ,

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

206 S. Palafoe St. Phone 87. Pensaoola, Fleeoda


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"--ai" u. hie, im oteb Believed That Such Qulture
be. .... l i awy coi=0 the oa e .tivWe weap .avala Ie la
a-" go ".am- "* M aT u a- the Will .Bi l o. .
S S m S M al the Planters. And this busy mart o
Ski.e eras Nea w Yrkor looks upon a beard the way to style, beau
1%0. hav t. tak t ie mark of a rube," and for the
**ws the br sa.who ars ote he entertains as- Laure Hill, Fla, Oct 30.-Joha s- THING IS NEW.
.. he*I hha DSm tmS pt a ter one of the industrial agents of t
_a -- .t. barber aevr l months ago i chance & N railroad, was here thi wee If you want the
S0b.";Mrb by IS of success next Tuesday would up- interviewing our farmers in the inter- *
aLt 41S1111Y 1 11l4 diobtefly be better. New York ad- est of Bermuda onion culture. He money, use PARIS P
S tt mires shrewd rogue or a uessful visited the seed beds o W. L. Martin,
111_1111- --11ft e n tO P o p soinIel, but it can never forgive wviited the.. .eders of W. IMari
its l has otm I Sts e0t41 any violation of its sartorial-or tonso- who has plaJt several pounds of
B! . rail--* tadard seed, and has a beautiful aspect tr m ne lo C ldren' Long
ian of all, however, is the Pubcity Molders. plants, and expressed patmse as b One lot Children's Long
eaLtsmep th las nmw agi f Mr. r 4 e should be elected highly pleased with the dicats C tS ge 8 to 14 years.
DWWy1.f-Iisri m5OB-"BI M governor of the empire state, it will of this industry becoming very sua- a e 8 t 1 a
W ass e b tV a stol ? thea t uanimous cessful at Laurel Hill in the near f- Spec at $2.50, $3.00 and
- m M pppe Mltion o the daily press of New tare. This is quite a new fetare lI $3.50.
-!i mi 5ftt -dWW York city. But there will be nothiIg farming In this section, but is cre-
.A00i016 Ta. atsU5at 1e17 preo.ieAted in that. It is regret, eating conaideTable interest. Mr. Mar.
we h mib te 6"08a table. but neverteles tre, t the tin shipped plants here from MarionLadiesand Children's Rib-
VA .Itb- : a D 'in N"' l pa eW s f the metropolis exercise county last season and made a sue- ladies and Children s Rib-
e*.. D, Del&le-whe- .2 Ins tuetote upok the results of a cessful experiment. It is estimated bed Underwear, 25c to $1.50.
Sl._Pi o tIs* pcalcaaliaign thaq those of any that about five acres will be planted
oflrer city _e land. Many of them in tats variety of onio:i here this
w te theitr political edtorals. who eorge Folmar has returel from Special sale of Ladies' Silk
2Tb i .leM c SwMwan Raw When William Randolp- fleatot was Troy, Ala., where he has.been spend- and Net Waists.
ieaest hat .mde, the welkin runnug for governor-ori thought he ing a few days. Mrs. fehnmar, who re-
mawe a e the lat few w rnnwinr--against Charles E. gained there, will spend some time
... ghes. the leader writer of a cer- visiting friends and relatives. Before buying see our line
.;WBe 004 _.l, Noew .Yotk aa~- tain newspraper one of the most fa. Religious services are being. con-.
i.?lem i .s SSm or. ll dsthadst cotton t a ducted at. the Masonic temple this of Rugs, Linoleums, Lace
SS a f' Mas prominent thne i caants tO week at night only, by the pastor of Curtais, Portiersu Shadesc
OfA&1 6 Y et. if Itay In and day out he mdupahis the Baptist church. Portiers, Shades,
1 a -versatl to* e eders the necesity of voting de Interest in the school is rapidly in- Sash and Curtain Rods.
k 1 S? ~ u Ji;o0 rta. with apparently sincere e as- crying, the attendance is-nuclrh Ir
IL rktws NeN ork vast'- thuslasm that the future of the tate or than in the beginning, and Protes-
Iltn national elee-rested upo the result. Yet e orTeonnies is fully sustaining his Sp ial offerings in our
1. B -tb eBteet for the gov- t arri h i t near reputation as one of the bst educat-ings in our
m 4e t 1%ce Hughes_ or l iarrived n the state. Now that the weath- Wash Goods Department, at
t. ~a IS oeupy e executive There are thousands and thousands er i getting colder, let u all 10, 12 15 and 25c.
S6t Almyer Is the bring 4* atof habitual non-voters in New York, trons See that the school Is amply pro- 1,1 1an
ibutI-A- it t likely that journalists lead vided wita wood. The children must
^memis mtha Mr. H. lrthe 'p ocessiou of those who neglect be kept comfortable, if we want them
.ethrv I & iar FU Ulik to xesrcisethe rroative of citizen- to get the full benefit of the time.
2ttau. m m s u in w- sip. Enforced familiarity with poli- And then, "it is our duty.

i _Lpss .Tia1e s contempt not compatible with the lofty guns, laying in a supply of amptunition E D M
wer N lanry the pitriotism of tho-e who are not and getting their dogs in good trim
V M0.- mm o los hugS fammiliar wit-a the ire-pulng and for the opening of the game season 13SO
.a pellij,, nd rteK ~t*U sr--ne-shifting that goes on Incessant- The t cool weather of the eas
m I d stendii &Ihas Vs. ly back of the stage. The 1irst -cool weather of the seaA-_
Socially salleror. Election Enthusiasm. on has made Its appearance and the
t o l irty tIs thf Dat lMM n eras m -iinstruments of torture hard times are in evidence In the form
I w lemllat st liefar amehiJnrea.y for a good business of many last winter's overcoats seen powder, a
---X ...............ausualholiday on the streets t. ing the po,
=r enumau theriS o n ,.s_ i ^y,.when w w In a recent letter your correspond- People and Events.
mIlcrowd of a million or two mad New na etter your aonpply curli
.t th Yorkers wIllgather abouthe various ent- said that Laurel Hill had only --v hot. wil
r newspaper voices to hear the returns one daily mail from Pensacola. This (Continued from Page Thirtn.) tcularly.
that Mr.C-eHearing tae retu-r"'O however, i but was an error. It should have read
$. a liktof. f.n-la afndrw two daily malls from Pensacola and per balls and went over te room, e mor
hoOIt J that eNees i violence Nv* one from Florala. sometimes at the teacher, sometimes Thd-atr
tn a.Neore a -r at the girls, and sometimes at our r o -at r
... b ...t...the anlmunl New York debauch. Horns, IT'S A CRIME superintendent. All of thik has been or night. b
1 y1mal al( ."teklers.",- are te to neglect your health. The worst uWtopped. We are better bohs. We hae
310 00 or ~ann terprincipal mediums for expressing the neglect that you can be guilty Of is have grown larger-th size and in num- c as r
St Ter bewepatrietsa -of the hour. to allow constipaticn. biliousness or her. We have orga,,ized our class ularly ever
The brewerIes ve :working overtime a liver or lowel trouble to continue. with a president, vic president, ec- uarly ever
-are ple t to sa the t*lrst of the electiourn is poisoning your entire sy am and retary and treasurer. and expect to0 A bath
t !tap panlg e nvwd. Men and womeo wif lmay lead to a serious3 chronic disease. make it a class the equal of any in pists, alone
a tk whao never drank before, and Take Ballard's Herbine and get abso- this city. We want all of you to help is formed f
S ~t h. a-- .t s... om e willdrink the lutvly well. The sure ecnt for anyns-.: T'wom-mb'u-tMs of this class have dles and pi
ate If the returns from two pre- and all troubles of the stomach, liver not missed Sunday school since last water about
kig t- h rag t has S in rairie Dog county,. Idaho,- and bowels. Rally Day. We hope to say this or dies and 1
-an .toa otigthy to bw that Bryan Is ahead, the dem Sold and recommended by W. A. many more next year. Some of its pieces. Bo
.ao the top l* d-GothY ,crats will cheer until hoarse and then D'Alemberte. druggist and apothecary, members are already meni'-ers of the and add tl
uIthe -opi.l*it oth- lubricate their parched throats. It 121 South, Palafox street, Pensacola. church, and our prayer is that they you do no
*4118 i t b" blh 74 that trrUo 1Hughes gets forty-seven votes to Mr. Fia w y od l we
Ble k a conflict wit ermr, Chanler's twentythree in Canajqharle will all be oAm i Codshelpwe amount at
Sa C Lth e Republicans will take their Write hope later to present you class even kent forf
ue gtany evrbyi bu e T E the world know and feel tht they are skin. It ca
Jo1ous nir.t for everybody but thaEVliving for good with as much earnet- with a bat-
t makes Demand. losing candidates and those who have ness as they used while young Amer-
placed money o them. leans, in the little old Itore, on 12th Massagin
-- a* avenue, for fun." every side
will in tim
iOOaFOp Squars OO PAY FOR __MNGWrK.u ,o.," -sde
-': W.G W U The Pensacola friends of Miss The- be so unive
resa Lawson will be pleased to learn the elbow,
..-' B-OT E New York, Oct. -eof her marriage, which took place in tractive fo
STI F 1 New York, Oct. 31.-Among tGe Lowell. Mass., on last Monday to Mr.
important ne.w events scheduled for Owen E. Hauralty, a young business A clear
| I the coming week are the following: man of Lawrence, Mass. of good he
Sunday-All hallows or All Saints The affair is interesting in its ro- ing condu
s oMId o its1 merits, and __day will be celebrated in a11 Christian mance. as the Pensacola girl met her frequent b
C r e co6-trles: First Turkish parliament husband while on a visit to her cons- They will
we *guarantee He Received Over $11,000 in under restored constitution will con- in, Mrs. Felix Lanctot, of Lowell, also soft and t
U l l- OW c. vene in Constantinople; Eng ne- W. well khown in this city. by reason of
Sp oOne Year Frormn the Chafln, prohibition candidate fr press. her previous residence here. I To killatd on
pd at yO ideut, will observe his 56th birthday. Mrs. Lanctot, who has been a realsi- dry as yo
SMonday-Quadrennial general elec- dent of Lowell for some time, was en- dr o yl
Cer. Government* lion will be held in British coleany of joying a visit from her cousin, when spoonful ri
Newfoundland: William H. Taft will ,the young people who were to figure p ul verized
-- close campaign in Youngstown, O., in the pretty romance met, the cul- spoonful ol
A special frot Wasbington says: anal William J. Bryan at Omaha,. Neb. mination of which proved the event Rinto h p1
k t C fCThe records of the department of jus- Louisiana state fair opens at Shreve- of last Monday. four or f
port. THE WOMAN BEAUTIFUL not opene
twice show that Henry W. Taft was on Tuesday-General presidential elec- THE WOMAN BEAUTIFUL lrst put o
Lt, NW Orleans La. the payroll of the department of jus- ion will be held throughout the Un- NOT.-he Journal will glad n
L" OWI" aI ,o., Taft w las head the war department and minor elections n a worit of be directed to this department. Ques- was before
ftmua gt He was one of the large galaxy of the states: fifty-sixth birthday-of Mut- tions will be published without signa There a
special attorneys hired to prosecute suhito. mikado of Japan, will be cele- tures and answered full. A co-looks are
the trtst. Tobacco was his specialty. brated by his subjects everywhere; respondence is invited. pty look
_______________ According to the records be receiv- anniversary of the accession to tM Mfladv should endeavor to cultivate cases this
ed $11,872.80 within less the a year. throne of Czar Nicholas will be ob- expression in her face. It Is the doll- eases, but
t* Some of it was paid as reimbursement served by Russians; seventy-fourth faced, putty appearing lady whao gets dicates no
XU for expenses incurred and some as birthday of Tsi Ann, dowager em- on people's nerves. If you don't hap- geation. I
salary. press of China, will be marked by en to feel particularly enthusiastic- should b
TAPT AlND H4ERMAN. His first employment was on Jan. great festivities in China; Independ- ay inclined, just look it anyhow. simplest
,* IM.tan Electors: nary 25, 19965, during the height of the ence day will be celebrated by the People won't care, and the effect will be avoided
S. T. YIaIa,. Oeld. negotiations for the Philippine rail- people of the republic of Panama; free be the same. Try it.
C. HS. iTEWARt. ,Melborae. road concessios. The second bidding for all dirigible balloon race will be --- "m .

J. T. CARNELL4 Ormond. for the concessions, at 'thiceb Speyer held by the New York Aeronautic so- One of the best preserved women
I. W. BISHOP. E stis. & Co. won, was on January 20. 1905, ciety at Morris park. in the city of Pensacola attributes
C. 0. PARIAN, Carrabelle. five days before .Mr. Taft was em- ) Wednesday-General committee of her brilliant complexion to the re-
Ce"gres, Third District: played. His compensation was to be Freedman's Aid society meet in In- ligious use of olive oil. a habit which
WILLIAM H. AORTHUP, Peasacol. determined by the attorney general., dianapolis; Annual autumn golf tour- she inaugurated when a girl. She uses
For governor: but $1.000 was given him as a retain- nament at Atlantic City Comunty club. very little water on her face. except.
JOHN. M. CHE~NY. of Orlando. er. That employment lasted until Thursday-Guy Fawkes day, "Eng- of course, when regular "beauty scrub-
Fer Comptroller: April 18, 1905. when le received $672.- land's fourth of July," will be cele- bings" occur. Then she goes stren-
J. I. SKIPPER, of Lakeland. 80-as expenses., brated in Great Britain: American mil- nously to work with a good flesh brush,
Fe. T wasurer: On Dec. 1. 1905, "he was again em- linery jobbers association convenes In and the effect is magical.
J. U.I WEBST3R, of Gainesville. played at. a stipend to be determined Buffalo. /'
-PSe er- tary of State: by the attorney general on completion Friday-M. Clement A. Fallieres, Add a dash of alcohol to the bath
3QIN F. MORR. of Key West. of the seQrIce. The allowance on that prseident of France. will celebrate "ais water, and note the refreshing re-
For Attferny General: occasion. Ob July 2, 1906., was $4.500 67th birthday: national lower -now sults. Diluted alcohol is also very
PRUD C. CUBB RLY. Cedar Key. as salary with,no expense allowance, opens in Chicago; Methodist general good on the face.
Vo o. tf Public Instruction: On dl ,..1906. the third and last committee for foreign missions meets Particular people nowadays are not
1 ROW. IHOLMB, of Sharpee employirae0t -of Mr. Taft was begun in St. Louis. caracteried byanple nover-inwadays argence
JIM. 'iglqCete of Areemtterg : and that time, too. he was. dependent A Paying Investment. in the matter of perfumes. If you
o S mml ster. general fo his w of the attorney- Mr. John White. of 38 Highland just can't feel dressed without em-
r W, of m Maste. general oM s com until Jatn. ve., Houlton, Maine. says: "Hve playing a scent, us& faint sweet odor
SCourt: Mr. ad y that time be- troubled with a couh every wi- which will ot prove offensive to your
r oa'' hdcome teo e "d of thae d-rtment of ter and rpriag. Last winter. I tried friends. Perfume Ui always particular-
5 a.l IUH- . olal e: First he got $5,000 as salary, then he couzh continued until I bought a i. Remember this wh visitag the sick.
ALgot $1,500, and finally $200 as ex- beforttle ofthat waDrKing'ss half e, the fe
h was all gone. This winter the some a sting or bite of an Ins ect; it will
,'Tbere IS n elanation in the re- appyresult has followed. ew em th e pi
*&j. m^ME!U orf aof why Mr. Taft was shifted happy result ha followed: s w Ut pai --
Ceurt: U aroud' troe j taJobto another. does once more balised the aIpW one tewaspoSMf-of j nIe il a I "
jr.W., .. cough. I mw co tiac tit Dr. small cup ofblack. o* ee will help a
S : Those Official Seal 1a Ci- ouhand lag reme ." So
M. 11. )Ot__e_ gars at the Crystal Phar- under guarantee at all ]Udr 60e Mis Psacoia: "Can1you tell me
^ e^ r S umacy Satur y and Sunday, and $1.00. Trial bottle free. how to keep my hair inuerl?"
Aaxacy Saturday and Sunday, Answer: Powder your locks eaec
4T EAGANS onik, 5c straight. Sthscribe for The Jour.aL. day wifth a abod ealaty of talcum -




Shopping St&rts Monday

Af trade is ready, with a most interesting bargain bulletin to point
ty and price economy, for at Friedman's bear in mind, EVERY'-
!ou simply can't make a mistake.

e best fit, with the least trouble, and the most style for the least

One lot Ladies' 3-4-Length Ourlines of Dress Goods at
Coats in Tan, Brown and 50, 59 and 98c are the latest.
Black, nicely trimmed. Spe-
cial at $10.00. Messaline Silks in all the
new shades, at 88c yd.
New Belts, Ruchings and
Veilings just received. Blankets and Comforts,
special in this department.
Ladies' and Children's l
Furs and Sets, $1.50 up to Oki Silks in all. evening
$10. shades. A0c value at 39c yd.

Special offerings of Ladies' See our line of Trunks and
Altman Voile Skirts, $8.50 to Sutit Cases. Prices right.
------If you can get the best Pat-
Boys 'Suits $2.50 up. Boys' tern for 10c, why pay more?
Pants, 50c up. Boys' Shirts All seams allowed. Ask for
50 and 75. Paris Patterns.




Iterward. of course, brush-
wder thoroughly *way. Then
ng topgs which, if not over-
11 not injure the hair par-

ning is -he best time for a
bath, a tepid oie morning
1ut a hot-water bath should
just before retiring, inas-
t is relaxing. Never bathe
a hearty meal. Bathe reg-
y day.
much favored by tie Kneip-,
g with the bare-feet habit,
from a solution of pine nee-
ine cones. Cover witn eCUI
it a pound of fre-sh pine nee-
ine cones, broken in small
ir" for half an 'l;our. strain
he solution to th" bath. If
t want to ue the entire
once it can be bottled and
uture occasions. This has
ect both on the nerves and
in be used on alternate -days
h of sea salt.
ig thoroughly the wrists on
at night with cold cream
e add flesh.
)ugh short sleeves may not
ersally worn t1lis winter, yet
s should be plump and at-
r evening dresses.
skin is one'of the essentials
saltb and beauty, and noth-
cs more to this end than
aths and brisk rubbings.
-do much to keep the skin
ie whole body vigorous.
a felon take common 4alt
a hot stove until it is as
can make it. To a table-
f salt, also a teaspoonful of
' castile soap. add a tea-
f turpentine ; mix them well
ultic6: apply to the flon.
poultice twice a day. In
re days your felon will, if
d before your iouttice i-;
in, present a hole down to
where the pent-up matter
the poultice brovht it out.
.re many women "whose
marred by a. swollen or
beneath the eyes. In many
is caused by kidney di-a
very often the trouble in-
thing more than a poor di
[n effecting a cure cart
e taken that only th--
iet is taken. Acids should
d and everything should be

nourishing and easily assimilated. But
in addition to, a simple diet the wo-
man suffering from these sacs be-.
neath the eyes should take care to
drink quantities of water. This
should not be drunk between meals
'and, following the example of the
medicinal waters prescribed at. the
foreign spas, it should -be taken very
slowly. Ten minutes is not too long
to spend in drinking one glass. A
gentle massage will also be found
beneficial in the treatment of puffl
ness beneath the eyes and if the fin
gers are dipped in camphorated oil
the improvement will be more rapid.
ia'ts tamphulir.ltea-an InUis Be roueaI
in with a rotary motion that ends at
the cheekbones. The massage should
be repeated night and morning. As-
has been said, the motion must be
very gentle and all danger of bruis
ing the -blood vessels must be avoid


'd Apples a la Parisionne with
led Steak, German Pried Potatoes.
Muffins. Coffee.

Roast Chicken with Oyster Dresitng.
Creamed Ptotatoes.
Green Peas. Escallopbd Corn.
Baked Squash.
English Walnut Salad.
Banana Fritters, with Hard Sauce.
Peach Pie a la Mode Fruit Padding
Mints. Almonds.
Late Lunch.
Welsh Rarebit Toast Triangles.
Combination Salad.
Potato Chips. Baked Eggs.
Mr. and Mrs. David Frohliohstein,
of Meridlan, Miss.. are the guests of
tfe latter's sister, Mrs. Adolph Cohen,
at 214 W. Garden street.
Mrs. H. J. Bennett. of Ninth avenue,
will spend the week with friends at
Cottage Hill.
Mrs. Filo McAllister returned todng
from a pleasant visit with relatives
and friends in Hayneeville, Ala.
E. E. Reese is on his way to New
York on a short business trip.
Mrs. S. A. Pou, and sister, Mrs. E.

E. PoU, are spending a few weeks in.
Mobile, with Mrs. Pou' grand daughr
ter, Mrs. William Dilliard.
John T. Reid and wife are the pa
tents of a son, born yesterday.
Rev. Julian Sibley, who haw ee
spending the week at Brewton, bh
returned ho-ne.
Chas. Mengle, of St. Louis, is spead
ing a few days in Pensacola.
Born-Te Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Snmit
a son.
Tf l C*f~I

Use the best extracts-Blue RIbbhe
Lemon or Vanilla. They are the trm
extracts, true, fine. excellent.

Dance and Euchre
by Naonmi iebekah Lodge No. 10, L
0. 0. F., Wedeesday anigt, It. 4;
Odd FAllows Hall. cor. Belmnt
Baylen Sts. Barrias OrchestrLa. Ad
mission 25 cents. laro3t
A 10c Cigar to-day for 5
cents at the Cryta Phar-
macy. It's t1at Prelknt Of.
ficial Seal Cigar.

Health and Bseath Culture.
The art of breathing !s noy quite
the thing. Everyone is asking, "A
you breathing?" "Why, certaily.,
how else would I. live!" But are -
breathing according to the iMadmm
system? If you are not you dgaiM
learn just what that neans, sad vot
Miss Carlen's sun -parlors. Room SM,
Brent building. Miss Carles als
specializes as a. manicurist, facial
massage, dr specialist and as -a hir-
opedi-t. If you desire to obtain 'a
special rate, form a club In your n igil
borhood in Health and Breath Cul-
ture. Miss -o4arlen on being notSfed
will call and outline the eoema a-
cording to the greatest of all anmiest
and modern methods-the Masdasm
philoaop iy.

Gophers, Chickea sand V
ways on hand. Phone 34. -1 .
Bayles, corner Government, J p

Wewsanttoleduce widelya"nas-mag-
Saeic watch; Mgbly jeweled movement;
aT-wety 'yew m n gold filled, Ibuting

i-offer th i watch for $7.00
We I"ran. MW ls judg met of values by e&t
tc -sd inlay 1a1 em sseps 25. to cover esf
...... Mr- -as; and any -
ot g mw3 be sIorpedai d for at $7-M To.

WA M VH CI). 6 -4S Mide Lo Neow YdOs .C


Es -







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$ 7 00
wooNonMaflne& Wa00wo

I- -- 4 90 Dp&ys T~ $7

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W; lt


y MORNG NOVWMflR'1, 1908.


is good anywhere, but

it is no better nor will it

buy more furniture any-

whe thmn right here at

1,,our sto

Our assort-

xment is the best in the

city, and as a true citizen

SPnsacola you can't af-

fcr asend your furniture

Si away from hel

Si I U

The intelligent furniture buying public of Pensacola appreciate a "square deal".
They prefer to come here where the prices are right and are always the same,
where, each statement is backed by a million dollars, and no expense is spared
"to make good" our statements.


at our store is yours
for the asking, the 30-day
kind, or that sort of credit
that allows you to pay in
small amounts, weekly or
monthly as your income
You consider it "good
business" to borrow mon-
ey'from the bank if you
need it.- It is equally "good
business" to buy goods
from us on easy payments
if you sodesire.

A Leader

Don't you need a new
vuir- faor that spare bed
room?- -Here's a good one in
poaihed oak for only
$1w0. "
$1 Cash, $1 a week.
I '* I


This golden c
RACK is han
appearance ai
miaS:S? It is
high, 3 feet wi
ror, 30x18 inch'
is -a piece of
that -would be
meat to any ha
$1 cash, $1 a



oak HAT
Some in
nd well
75 feet
ide; Mir-
es. This
an orna-
i week.

To finish, off the dining
room a haudsohme CHINA
CLOSET is needed. Here is
one in quartered oak that
an cAcptioial value-

$2 cash, $1a week.
-4- -;


This handsomely finished
DRESSER, base 4 feet wid
2 swell top drawers, 2 Ion
deep drawers, glass 22x18-
$1 cash, $1 a week.



- This strongly built CHAIR
for only


IF ~77&

See th beautiful LIBRA-
RY TABLE-one of the
neatst pattem we have ever
had. Pu u d oak-

$2 cash, $1a week.
'' ., . .

This fine golden oak CEN-
TER TABLE, 16 inches
across the top--one to a cus-
tomer, Monda yonly-
79 cents.

This handsome WASH
STAND, fini'ed to match


$1 cash, $1 a week.

This strong IRON BED,
size 4x6, pillars 7-8 inch, 52
inches high, guaranteed to
hold any weight person up--

$1 cash, $1 a week.

in weathered oak, with irn
station leather cushions, on]
$1 cash, $1 a week.


+,, --_. .. ,,J .; ,---, .,. a .^A srx Or..,~is .r-iy ..

M. ll-



'portunity Galore and Plenty of the Right Kind of People, Who Should
Work, However, As a Unit In Big Pr position.

By Bennie Burnham.
With the first wintry blasts of No-
i, r, when the air is like wine
%A* the very tonic of it. all conspires
at* once to make the thing we call
to tlnltely and gloriously more
Mrth the living, Pensacola faces the
R0 atages of a difficult proposition,.
which will Increase in its volume aaa
necessity during the next few months
to an extent at least disconcerting;
oaly to receive a natural and logical
aging with the first faint breath of
the early Florida spring time. Already
the wail for charity is heard on every
alde If .perchance you care to harken
to the under world-and once more
the local charitable organizatIons
h4ave taken up their difficult tasks
With an energy which far surpasses
that warranted by the amount of ac-
S tual funds at hand, and tue charity
season is on.
Reasacola isn't a whit more umfot>
tunate, let it be known, than any
other city of her size. She doesn't
absolutely shriek with a chorus of
helplessaess and of misery-not she.
Her people are not the sort, In fact,
w'i would for an instant tolerate
s ee conditions, and the manner ,in
S wheh the little old town has recent-
S l weathered her particular part of
t he country's "frenzied daance,"
a+ aiUm'"well enough for her business
IWar local charitable organizations,
|k I ecre actually and systematically

orgaixeJ. are a credit to any com-
munity. They more along lines
which, well established, demand ,en-
eral and enthusiastic approval; in
fact. Pensacola could ill afford to do
without them. It is of the. numerous
struggling organizations. however,
whose names appear to be about their
only actual asset'and'whose hard luck
stories on the "no funds" proposition
are particularly evident jtrst now, of
which jpe would speak.
Too Much Charity.
A prominent Pensacola business
man whose name is connected witn
several local concerns, and in whom
I suppose, the milk of human *kind-
ness is fairly well rampant, at least
for all practical purposes, recently ex-
pressed himself concisely and refresh-
ingly to the point as to the local char-
Ity situation.
"Pensacola has too much charity
already," he began.
"In the first place, I am in the pain-
ful position of knowing something
about it. I nwself belong to at least
a half domes totteriag organizations
and my wife ad daughters are equal-
ly active It the work. This year I
can't get all around among them on
the dues propositio, and I won't
alight one for the other. The conse-
quences are, my name at this very
moment, I eappose, Is adorning the
black list of a cause in which I am
really very mueh interested."
Then he said a very wise thing.

"If a number of these floating or., anything to eat at our house, either, will find work a plenty, and there's
Sgauizations," he remarked, "woultl Mister. but we can't get all fixed out a sneaking suspicion right here that
band themselves together in one big, at once I reckon," and he smiled a you will find more actual, healthy and
flourishing, general association for wan little smile which lit up the normal pleasure in doing charity thte
charitable* purposes, fixing the dues hunger and pain in hi.- deep blue way it should be done than dawdling
at. a reasonable rate, I believe that the eyes. over the perennial pink tea or diving
real" workers from each of the pres- The- third, a dear little toddling into the office of your business ac-
ent societies would form a nucleus cuid. found solace in a much sucked quaintances for a heart-to-heart taii
which would be valuable indeed from thumb-thumbs do come in handy on the weather.
the standpoint of actual work." now and then in strenuous cases of Pensacola men and women ought to
Good idea, isn't it? this kind, and was on the whole con- band together in one big charity
If It isn't, why isn't it? tent with the world. wo;-k. Functions could be planned
Doesn't it occur to you that a great Dd they whereby the raising of funds would
healthy organization, working to- Did they get. P rensacola ople e practically an easy matter-and
gether as one unit, would be able to Cerallow matters of this kind to endurot the whole placed upon a good work-
accomplish more to the point than alomangtter ts of ha is kind to endure ing basis as soon as possible.
many which are scrambling along anyonger than ossi h Varied Scenes.
with insufficient funds? An assoc- However, what wouldlyou have Some Varied Scenes.
ation general could easily have for thought if this same litt Ie group If you have learned to appreciate
atios ha general memerould easilyou wlhave tfor houd have been forced to go tue the study of human nature-learned
back boharter mandreambewors, if you willement painful rounds- of at least four local to chuckle over .situations whica
back bone and real working element charitable organizations, to be met would natu-rally make the whole
of those already in existence. There with the "no funds" situation-final- world cuss-learned tosigh and to
is an extraordinarily good chance ly to receive attention, perhaps, when sympathize and to feel with little
right at the present for a sweeping the exquisite misery of a dreary and children and with the old in their mis-
and convincing movement. uncertain wait had been added to an fortune and misery., you will at once
et i rs touch upon present condl- already serious condition? realize the great opportunity before
Charity Core Hard.X What Pensacola need Is systematic you- in joining ihe work-and also in
Charity Comel Hard. charity work. plunging into it Individually as your
It was a sorry little group that pre- A: present. she miiy well be said to interest and your -ardor increases.
sented itself not long ago to a local be-shall we say. overstocked. with It has not. been many weeks since
philanthropical organization to apply an entirely different proposition, a note was received at the local quar-
'for help. There were three of them Opportunity Offered Galore., ers of the Salvation Army by Captain
-children whose sparse garments' Be careful of the man with the Walker. which read somewhat to the
fluttered in the chill October air, and I flabby han.l shakes- that. makes you following effect:
they craved but the right and privi- Ifeel as if he had handed you a small' "Dere Capting: i am uzed to hevin
lege to live. until their punry strength bunch of bananas. He is the one who!my breakfast bAeen of the lest. You
should unfold into man's and woman's will give you the Xguine ana hearty i hey allays sent the best tore why
estate, when they might take up their shake in the hour at-need. did you send this cheep stuf this time
battle with the world-and win! You.all know him, which am returning. Pleas see to
"If you could-gIve my mama Just iHe is the )d.itical -. person who j it at onci. Mi husband wants some
a little,'tiny mite- of help," lisped the makes the unstrained sweetness of I1smokin tobacco .
girl of the trio; who was a doll of a 'charity even as gall and worm wooJ This is but another phase of the
little creature as she smiled bravely to those who are unfortunate to fall I situation. A good, live, investigating
up through a suspicion of tears at victim to his exqilant advice, his committee, however, could possibly
the big man in front of her. energetic ennui, andhis general blt eliminate cosJitions of this sort.
"Yon see." supplanted the biy at at being a man. Ct out your bluffs Recently the condition of a tiny
her side. "me and Bob ,and sister and your hot alr dispensers-people little foreign woman attracted the at-
here just haven't got ay clothes. "'le grande association" with real tentito of several' who lived in her
Mother wants us to go to school, but live hustlers who mean business and particular vicinity. Her husband, a
she's been sick and we-well, we mesa It quick. and see the general fisherman, had left suddenly for Mo-
really don't know where father is- and sudden falling off of the annual bile. and the little woman and her
he went away, ou see. We haven't hard luck storie&Jpacla. You atfour children were in a snrry "liyhtr
_peacWX ou tornw e a r

"Does 'your husband drink'?" she,
was asked.
"Of course he does-" (this aeflant-
ly )-" but he has a right to if he wants
to. He beat me some-he good man:
though. The children go to the
school "
"Do the children have enough to
eat ?"
"I reckon they do. They all drink
three, four big cups coffee and I fry
fat meat."
The vision of three children, doped
up on coffee and Indigestible fat pre-
senting themselves for lessons, bore
down upon one. A cursory glance on
the towslgd group made, it apparent
that the "young idea'" might be there
possibly, but had failed most certain-
ly to "shoot" in the coaditleos pro,
vided. On the whole* one felt sorry
for that idea.
Last winter Pensacola beheld the
spectacle of two, elderly women, of
good family and gentle breeding, a,.
rive almost at the very bring of star-
vation-too proud to ask the help
which a Christian community owed
them by the highest laws of God and
man. This was another chse where
systematic charity work proved a cry-
.ing necessity.
In fact, it Is up to Pensacola. ,
If it isn't. it better be.
Already the seasoR of year has ar-
Srived-the city is full of happy,
health .umathing, energetle people.-
a sufficient percentag*, Indeed, to "kte
good care of the other world--'who l
we have always with u's!
PeFor Sore fst.
"I have townd- 1C011's Araica
Salve to bWthe pIq'thftU to use tI"
sore feet. as wen as fr heiflatg ar=a,
sores. cu*. ad a -ma er of abra-
salons." writes Mr. W. Stoae. of Bast.
PolanadMatae. t 1i the proper thing
too for piles. Try it! Sold under guar-
antee at all druggeta. 25c.
. Subcribe for The JornaL.

-No more saw ed
our coars'to aggravat,
the man and make h
a1r ble^ Our modern
machines dampen, fold
and sm t the cosmarh
almost to perfectioLm
It makes it a p eam
to wear them. F t
sake of comfort try a
with your next lot.

3 W. LAWRSNC, -wpri.tfr,.
1517 W. MANA W,.
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