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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.
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Publication Date: 11 3, 1908
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 3, 1908.


PRICE. 5 CENTS.


.1AL


EVEOF ELTION BRYAN


SAYS "OUR FIGHT IS WON"


Chairmen Close Their

Dek in New York and

Go Home.
-',"5. .
.OT" MANAGERS

ARE CONFIDENT


r ,-Weather is Predicted in
SAll Buta Few States To-
Day, and a Big Vote is

'Yo V Will Be First to
Sthe Result Overthe

I. OUBUY.


-, .. T
W4 ...or. 2' -
^ 9 Fair weaei-r n an but eleven
0-i. states is the Ial forecast for
elOcUon, day, made tonolht by
%the w abthr bureau. Moder-
*,ate temperature will prevail
in all the states. Showers
.'.are indicated Tuesday in Geor-
aie, Alabeaa. Western Flori-
Sda, Misal!.ppi, Eastern Lou-
Sisiama, mountains of Tennes-
see, Carolias, Wembington.
Oregon and northern Idaho.



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mw York 2 .1v. L-With election
-sy at hand, with fair water and a
Svote indicated throughout the
d States, the rival manager" of
40,. reublUcan and democratic a-
*Manl closed their desks at
tea-lght, declaring re-
ely that Taft adJ Bryan will
-r ad la rried away on late
"to' cat their ballot, Hitcheoek
t a ew MaMap., and Mack at
P h B th airmen feel that
Ab iho' ts.-are deposed tomor-
be camld do to further
*hejrt mantessad gthe
AW s Ae i wn al


W pa or the state and the
Sh-ArI at New York state'S
V04 wIo be the first flashed over the
"V*9 tO ,Ww ] eight as an indiea-
SON f 'bow the election will go. Thin
Sat least true of the counties and
cities outside of Greater New York.
oting machines are used extensive-
Sly Up the state and the results will
be known almost as soon a- the polls
close. A count of tCe vote vote of New
York City. Brooklyn and the- sur-
rounding boroughs are likely 'to be
slow and long delayed.
THE FIGHT WON,
SAYS W. J. BRYAN
*y Assciated Pr.
Maryville. Kan., Nov. 2.-Wm. J.
Bryan concluded his campaign before
-an enthusiastic audience here tonight.
It was his last political speech, h i ad-
dress at Lincoln beinx non-partisan.
His peroration was delivered with all
the earnestness at his command, and'
as he declared he had given empha-is
to honest politics and helped to cre-
ate a sentiment in favor of reform,
he was wildly applauded. Mr. Bryan
reviewed his political career of the
past eighteen years and said:
"*J have tried to apply to the gov.
ermeat the Jeffersonian maxim of
equal rights to all. and special privi-
leges to none. I have tried to help
make this government a government
of the- people, for the people and by
the people."
Contitlang. he said in part: "For
eighteen years you bave had a chance
to wcan y~ every speech and act.
V'llee 1* aepubllean leaders have dis-
appeared as a result of the investiga-
tion. I have invited the scrutiny of
my" opponents and have outlived their
crititeias and misrepresentations.
"My opponent has behind him all of
those forces ceoanshicd potent In pol-
itles. but I would rather have the
lorv of the people, and the affection
of the multitudes in whose behalf I
thae fought, than to holly any office.
"Our light is won and we await
the verdict with confdence."
TAFT SPEAKS THE
LAST WORD IN OHIO
Sv As-elated Press.
oea0gstow,. 0., Nov. 2.-The last
word l this campaign was spoken by
William Howard Taft. and he is now
speeding to Cnacinnati to cast his


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SJournal's Elec

. Ton fght


* The Jourwal wiU receive elect
* them for the public just as fast a
* will come from three different a
* the Western Union Telegraph C
* Co.'s long distance service.
* The returns will be displayed j
* flashed by stereopticon on Palar
* cated o the Fisher building ga
* operated from the upstairs gallery
* lie is Invited to be present and
* received.
* On Wednesday morning The
* contain a complete 'ummary of 1
* in West Florida win 'he able tc
* before lie can read it ina any othi


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vote tomorrow. "Vote the republican
ticket and preserve prosuerity. pr
tection to American industries, bus
ness integrity and the rights of Il
bor." This wa. the message wit
which Taft finished his fight. Th
close of Vae campaign in this city to
night wa" in magnitude and enthus
asa a fitting climax to all that ha
gone before. The six and a half hour
that Taft spent in Youngstown wer
crowded with political events. re
splendent with pomp and show of pai
ty org.uplvtlons. sad carnival hilarity
noise and a general abandon by tbh
populace to toe occasion. Judg
Taft's tree speeches here tonight
dwelt largely with the labor question
He. emphasized his denial of charge
of unfatiress and asserted hi friend
lines to labor. Tatt will arrive ix
Cincinnati early tomorrow. -

BOTH PARTIES
CLAIM A VICTORY
Chicago. Nov. 2.-Rousing meeting:
held in many places throughout II
Unois marked toaWeht the close of the
active work of the campaign.
The republicans claim the state wil
be theirs by 190,000. while the d4f1W
prts class it as doubtful. The latter
,..as strong hopes of
for -vAernor

th will
een tohe uberna
toral chair by a heavy plurality.
The democrats claim stoutly. and
with some apparent reason, that they
will gain a number of representatives
Friends of Speaker Cannon confident
ly predict his re-election by a major
Ity of from five to seven thousand
while the democrats claim Henry C.
Bell, their* standard beaver in t'ls
district, will surely defeat Cannon.
CHANGES IN THE
NEXT CONGRESS


Washington. Nov. 2.--Computers of
the probable election results are not
permitting the overshadowing import-
anc of the of the presidential contest to
cause them to close their eyes to the
circumstances that the new congress
will come in with the new president,
whoever he may be. and there Is
much concern regarding its political
complexion.
All concede there is no possibility
of a democratic senate, bat there is
more room for speculation regarding
the house of representatives. The
democratic managers make no secret
of having given their special attention
to close districts, especially those
having a republican majority of threat
thousand or less. There are many
such districts in the Misarssippi Val-
ley states and in those they are do-
ing their most earnest work. They
contend the prospects are good. The
republicans make no concessions, but
even claim increased republican repre-
sentation in the sixty-first congress.
The country, they say. will not place
a revision of the tariff in the hands
of the enemies of the tar!'..
THE PRESIDENT
LEAVES TO VOTE
Washington. Nov. 2.-President
Roosevelt. his secretary. Wm. Loeb,
Jr.. and a party from the president's
executive office staff. who have es-
tablished a voting residence in Oyster
Bay. N. Y.. left at midnight over the
Pennsylvania rairoad for Oyster Bay,
where tomorrow they will cast their
votes. Mrs. Roosevelt accompanied
t7e party. *
Theodore, Jr.. the president's eldest
son. who is learning the carpet mak-
ing business In Conpecticut, will join
his father and will cast his first vote.
having reached his majority last sum-
mer.


S-

Panic in Denver Church

Prevented By Brave Priest

Sy Amecater Provs. wall and the cosgregation started in
Okea New. 3.-A dispatch to the a mad rush for the 4ors.
wobal w Denver. Colo.. says: "Men, be calm," shouted Father
Iti rflra 11 o'clock mass yeiter- Ryan. "Take your time in getting
d4ar mes Ig at St. Les's church fur- out."
iu oprtuaity for Father J. Removing his priestly, robes. Father
A. assistant pastor, to prove Ryan started to beat out the flames.
himself a L-emd time a hero during and the congregation remaaned rooted
* ale. bi one of the most .-ole.nn to the spot as he worked.L It was the
ments a 4 tmhe service a candle work of but 4 -ainute or two to ex-
bort by 8 tKar boy touched some tinguish the Are and the4 the priest
Gt the i fl W ble decorations spec- signalled to the"'smmdmt*ts to be
lllde-dfted& for All Saints' day. seated and without more alo, resum-
b n,-' aaa the sie of the, ed the services.


ESCAMBIADEMOCRATS HOLD LAST


'BIG RALLY OF THE CAMPAIGN


** *>> Bryan and. K Club Held approach the ballot box with uncov-

tion FNwor h Aa ,, Referring to past actions on the
SWS north at A ry Hal part of the Republican party Judge
Reeves said: "It is utterly beyond
,and Tom or w Last ht. my -compreension how any Southern
.ar ~-t white man can ever give his consent
to vote the Republican ticket."
He made an alqal for the adoption
ion returns tonigait and will bulletin MANY ELOQUENT of the three constitutional amend-
as they are received. The return ments. and especially urged the adop-
sources The Associated Press, SPEECHES HEARD Lion of the one providing for a special.
o. and the Southern Bell Telephone tax for the maintenance of the state
ta wl schools. He declared that if this
at The Journal office and will be ** amendment carries, it will practically
ox street. Tae screen will be lo- Hot Shot the L e t take the matter of providing for the
llery and the tereopticon will be maatenance of these institutions out
ry over Nick's restaurant. The pub- KRpiblica and DLemO-, of politics.
get the returns as fast as they are rat ^ C-y Con- '.f Mike O'Leary.
Journal's telegraph columns will Are Tit to o t Mr. O'Leary said that he felt same-
the election report And every reader what embarrassed on account of the
o get the news through the Journal Polls To-Dy and Give the fine efforts of the previous speakers.
er paper. # T "Butm as T am Irish, I guess I must say
Nominees *f the Party a something." said Mr. O'Leary. He re-
-ferred to the progressive spirit dis-
Big Vote. played by Pensacola Democrats, and
In speaking of the Republican candl-
S -- dates for the legislature, he said they
Sl L The final rally :of the pr-sent cam- were simply running In order to place
pi- aign, under the naspices of the Brv- JUDGE L. J. REEVES, themselves in line for a greasy federal
IILUL IUIan and Kern club was held in Armory One of the Speakers at the Demo- Job. and in making application for the
hHall last nigbt. was largely attend- critic Rally Lapt Night. position they would say "we are the
e ed and great entm uasm was exhibit- men w-ho tried to break up the Demo.
o- ed throughout the meeting. cratic party In Peasacola." He pre-
i- -ri K President F.r L Mayes, of the the enemies of the democratic govern- dicted that the entire Democratic
d Bryan and Ke club, pre-ided a ment are against him. I am for him ticket would carry at today's election.
FOR BRYAN the following we seated on because, despite the slander and mal- John S. Beard
e 4 tand: Mike O y, W. C. Mon- ice and hatred with which organized J n B
ST I II 0 I B RaA d:--mes M otgth- wealth has for twelve years incessant- In introducing Hon. John S. Beard,
r I.II J. Reeves, Pley John S. 'y assailed him. he stands today the President Mayes said that Mr. Beard
SBeard and R. P oese same iinsullied. stainless patriot as had declined several invitations td
e T lLINCOLN One of the Rf Bryan banners when he first hurled his gauntlet at make speeches in other part- of the
e which was carried on the side of their the feet of special privilege and pred- state, and in other states ot the un-
t coach by the delegation to story power. ion during this campaign, having
t. N_ .. .. ,. the Denver conbntion hung on t.e I am for Mr. Bryan also because. practically retired from politics, but
SThe Democratic Nominee e of the rm bove speak single-handed and alone, without of- had consented to make an address at
"- .. ers stand and t attracted much at- fice, without patronage, with no of- this meeting.
n Was Cheered By the En- tention fromth enthusiatic Dem- facial power to punish or reward, with Mr. Beard spoke art as follow:
crafts present. The banner contained no monied influences back of him, he The Democratic platform decllA
tire Population. the werps- "lorda- is for Wilco am has won the confidence and respect of that the paramount- issue is, "Shall
ire Population. the words: "Florida s for Willam the .American people, and in marked the people rule?" Every plank In the'
A eat ure of e occion wasa contrast to the distinguished nominee platform, every issue In the campaign,
big baerre of ta occasion was it of the republican party, lie is his own in its last analysis, is involved In the
The Greatest DemountU-atiutl m. J Bryan w t hewas carried into man-he has won his spurs on :iis own issue,. Shall the people rule?" If the
Sthe nal ad t one side f th merits-and his nomination was not federal government is administered in
. m the History of Lincoln tkersaandst t was greeted be forced at the heavy end of a big a manner different from, or antaoals-
e Followed His Arrival a storm of ap stick, tic to, the manner pescibed by the
Oowed His ArrProf.ival Loas oert band was "If he is elected tomorrow-and he constitution. the people do not rule.
- There Last Night--Recep- present and m unc during ought to be--the American people The constitution framed and ratified
et Igt--hprogresa o s will once more be represented in the by the people of the several states,
r tion Was as a Citizen, T e White House by a man who believes creates the Union and establishes the
f e MOpCned. in tat ancient democratic doctrine government. It defines ead limits
, Rather Than As a Candi- In opening theg, Presideat of equal rilnts to all and special priv- the authority and power of the three
a1 *',-e .""", i.. lile"gs to none, and that diphnant department of goveraset. Any e.
S. "My friends as i. q e ocrats: qnetlon of thB present tral-em ,ry 4epartat.u wh
SThis gathering is held for the pur- Shall the People Rule?-will be an- this fas1 bwlWO, O
pose of lending eancouragemnent, by swered affirmatively in tones that power ; ot given by thie e tu
By Am erau Psas. our voices and our presence hbre to- will echo and reverberate in every enters the broad and limitless deai
I Lincoln, Nov. 2.-The greatest de- night, to the great contest for popular corner of the commonwealth." of anarchy. He is not a represent-
monstration in the history of Lincoln rule which will be fought out at t-Le Frank B. Radcliffe. active acting for the people, but s per-
. was given Wm. J. Bryan by hid fel- polls tomorrow. The campaign has. jured usurper.
- low townsmen tonight on the occasion n in many respects the- most im- Chairman Frank B. Radcliffe, of the For the past seven years the fed-
- of tiis return to his home city ati r'portant campaign since many of us Democratic *executive committee wa.< eral government, and especially the
, close of his campaign. It was Ion. were born. It has -been a campaign introduced as the first speaker. lie executive department, baa had no re.
. partisan in character, was participat. led on one side by a candidate who said that the Democrats of this state gard whatever for the constitutiou-
ed In by Democrats and Republicans, owes his nomination to the Influence did not have to hold a nmeeting to in- that instrument which each officer of
and the Democratic candidate was of federal patronage and a big stick form the people that the state is going the government, upon his induction
driven through the streets and cheer. and who will owe his election, if he Democratic. Referring to the county into office, lakes a solemn oath to de-
ed by almost the entire population -if is elected, to the unlimited use of ticket, he said that Stokes and Wig- fend and observe. President Roose-
the city. money and t.ie coercion of the Amer- gins received their nomination by ma- velt, who was sworn to defend and
SThe reception was tendered him as lean electorate. It has been a cam- oritv vote in the white primary and observe the constitution, ias bet Its
a citizen of Lincoln, rather than as a paign led on the other side by a man Be believed they would be elected to- most inveterate assailant, not only in
candidate, and in his speech be avoid- whose nomination came, spontaneous Jay. He said he was satisfied that acts. but in declared intention. At
ed all reference to partisan issues, and direct, from the rank and file of both the state and county will go De- Harrisburg, Penn.. Oct. 4, 1906, he
In the parade that followed his auto- the people themselves, and whose elec- mecra.ie. said "We need through executive ac-
mobile from the union station. how- tione, f he is elected, will come from Wm. C. Monroe. ian t legislation, and through
ever, many political transpareaciei the same uncorrupted, unpurchasable N. M. judicial interpretation and construe-
were carried. and uninfluenced following which de- "I am .pleased to see a majority of tion of law, to increase the power of
manded his nomination anid now de- Democrats present; 1I am also glad to the federal government. If we fall
mands iis election as the greatest see some Republicans present, so bhat thus to increase it we show our impo-
democrat this country has produced they m"ay learn what we intend to tence." This and similar statements
since the days of Jefferson. do," said Mr. Monroe. "The Demo- have been iniade lime and time again
"I am glad to see so many here cratic party will always stand by its by the president of the United States.
tonight, first, because your presence present national platform whether it He makes no secret ofthis intention to
demonstrated the interest you feel in loses tomorrow or not." continued strengthen the federal government by
FUN D $f00i 0 U1 5 the men and the issues at stake in the speaker. "One plank in the De. executive unurpations. and advises
this campaign: and second, because mocratic platform provides for mak- and encourages, with all theonfluence
the exponents of democratic doctrine ing public the source from which its of his great office, legislative and jut-
1 are always glad to meet and great campaign fund is derivedd" said he, dicial usrrpations.
face to face. the men who do the vot- "while Roosevelt r efuses to turn on To Strengthen Govelincllt.
ing everywhere., the light for fear if would hine on a If the federal government meeds
Graceville Sent in List Victory in Air. great nickle olleced silver, copper, strengthening, it can be strengthened
in Air. nickle collected from improper by the people by a constitutional
"I feel tonight that this is a demo- sources." Mr. Monroe said this alone amendment, in the manner prescribed
Which Reached Here cratic year. The scent of victory Is would cause one to incline favorablbyb the constitution
in the air. The spirit of democracy to the Democratic party. compared to Folowing out this idea advanced by
S sunday Morning. is abroad In the land today and will the action of the Republicans. oth l peinoent, a member of 'hls cabi
ay orningmanifest itself at the ballot box to- "As Southern men we should never the retrsi n t. in a spee a member of his cabi
morrow hesitate to make up our minds secretary Rot.in a speech in
morrow. hesitate to mal,e tip our' minds to New York IDecember 12. 1906, said: f
S"We hase even h-ard much regard.- vote for Bryan." d(llared Mr. tMonroe. "Sooner or laker constructions of the
The total amount of money contribg ing the alleged democracy of the Referring to local affairs. he said i; i onsrtution will be f o tovest th e
ted to the Br'an and Kern campaign president of the United States. If it the solemn duty of everyone who power now belonging to the tete I. n
fund through The Journal exceeds is a fact that he is carrying any of voted in the primary to .stand by the the ntiobna n government.'"
$900, as a list mailed from Graceville. our property around in his possession nominees. "I do not believe," said with "such puble servants who
which should have reached here Satur- I hope it will not be considered im- he, "that a large number will go back brze"vly declare for usurpatio In diwh
day night, did not arrive until Suday pertinent if tae American people rise on their pledge to abide the result of -eard of thei- official oaths do the
morning..but is included in the amount up and demand an answer to the the primary." people rule? It i~ to be ,borne in
raised and forwarded from this sec. question. 'Where did he g't it?' If it &Ta S McHu h mind that ir. Taft is but the shtow
tion. This list contained six $1 con- is a fact that he sometim-s indicates of Pams Mc ug. resident Roosevelt and Jeelare. t
tributions, and was sent through a preference for democratic doctrine, Mr. McHugh. one of the most en- tha t he endorses and will carry out
Cashier J. A. Davis, of the First Na- may we not with propriety inquire: .thusiastic Bryan supporters in Pensa- prTidcnt Roosevelt~ policies, and
tional Bank of Graceville. It swelled 'Who was it who taught Theodore cola. urged that the voter- turn outt that he is proud that Mr Roosevelt is
the total forwarded to $900.50. The Roosevelt the democracy he preaches?' in full force today. He said that it his r incial supporter t
following contributed the amounts: The president did considerable talk- was a duty every nmafli should per- lwhyl dtcls.s the tariff, bank gunar-
Z. B. Adams. Hasford ........$ 1.00 ing several months ago about 'turning form. ,He also a:d that those who ant of deposits, the labor, or a ny
W. E. Williams. Graceville.... 1.0o on the light." If it is a fact that he participated in the primary were other economic question whe the
J. T. Williams. Graceville...... 1.0Q really wants to 'turn on the light.' pledged by that act to support the ne eonoc question, when the
J. A. Davis, Graceville........ 1.00 why does he not tur" It onto the re- nominees of that primary. "All the
E. W. Kennedy. Graceville....' 100 publican campaign corruption fund candidates on the ticket were not my
W. T. Sharpless. Graceville.... 1.0o and show us where it conimes from and first choice," said Mir. McHugh. "but I Sm l F
what it is being used for? will vote for them tomorrow." hHe m o
Total ............. $........ 00 "Why, my friends, when it comes declared that Mr. Bryan had never -
Previously acknowledged .... 894.5 to turning on the light, we have only said anything but what the Nebraskaa F fOr Ar
to remember that it was the present could prove by facts.
Grand total ................0 -- -. democratic standard bearer, Wm. J. Judge L. J. Reeves.
Bryan. who first turned the search-
SAME POTLLIN ltgh onte criminal wealth and show- Judge Rec ves said he had never By Asciae Press.
S,...AME, POLLING IR ll.gh ghtT.?.? ... failed to rcstond to the call of the De. New York, Nov. 2.-Archbishon Far- e


PLACES AS PRIMARY where it was~an what it wa doig recratic party. but bad about deeM. ley, of the New York aref-diocese of h
-Wm. J. Bryan was preaching the doc- ed to not be present at this meeting the Roman Catholic church, yester-
The voting places throughout the trine of honesty in business and gov- A friend told him it was ndceesary day preached his first sermon since f
city and county today will be the ernment long before The.dore Roose- to bring every effort to bear to bring his return from Rome, wther he d
same as in the recent primaries velt found out that reform was pop. about a Democratfe victory and this went to take part in the celebration f
Thsame pos ing pathe rces will opeat 8 a ular fou out that reform was o- was one of the reasons that accounted of the golda Jubilee 'oft Poe Plus
m.. and remain open until sundown. Believes in Bryan. for his presence. "A ballot is not X In the cose at his discourse he I
eliev in ryan. given to a man because he has a nat- thus described his meeting with the v
ROOSEVELT WHOOPING 'EM UP. "A man akked me the other day ural right to it," said he. "It is a pontiff:
why I have so long supported Mr. legal right created by law. and no min i "As you all know, it has bem my
By Assoclated Pres. Bryan. I answer that I am for him has the right to ide a ballot to satis-!happiness and great grace to have t
Washington. Nov. 2.-President because I believe in the man and tn fy spite or spleen. The men vested knelt recently at the feet of e-r M17 a
Roosevelt in speaking of the hot1,, the democracy which he represents--with this power have the destinies of father,. Plus X., and to have received t
contested campaign of the Repbli- democracy that embodies the ideals the women and children in their the apostolic benediction of the vicar ft
cans against the Democrats. sail to- and hopes of a great militant body of! hands and no man shoual exercise of Christ for myself, my devoted cler-
dty -We've got them beaten lb -a Aqpmwean citizens. that power unless lbe believes it is for gy and the faithful people o.this-arcbh c
fraz.le.' .1 am for him because so mny oftae public good, and every man should diocese. t
'I snfor him because ro :niny CfJef


FOR ELECTORS
OF PRESIDENT

The following names will ap-
pear upon the ballot today for
presidential electors. These
name in black, with an X be-
fore them. signify that. the can-
didates are democratic nomi-
nees:
For electors of President and
Vice President of the United
States:
States (vote for five):
X H. P. BAILEY.
E. D. BARKER.
T. J. BELL.
Z. T. BIELBY.
H. W. BISHOP.
E. PRESCOTT BULLOCK.
HENRY BUSH.
X P. W. BUTLER.
L. H. CAHOON.
J. T. CARNELL.
FRANCIS P. COFFIN.
J. J. COLLINS.
X ROBERT E. DAVIS.
STEPHEN E. FOSTER.
W. C. HARPER .
E. B. JOHNSON.
JAMES LARGE, JR.
J. N. LEE.
X GEORGE C. MARTIN.
R. L. M'CLINTOCK.
E. J. M'DONNELL.
D. L. M'KINNON.
C. G. PARLIN.
X 8AMUEL PASCO.
W. R. PETERSON. JR.
E. C. POST.
FRANCIS C. PRATr."
E. C. SMITH.
C. H. STEWART.
L. P. THOMPSON.


Very existence of the government is
n jeopardy? The paramount qgs-
tmin is. shall we rescue our govera
meant from the control of those who
boldly declare that they will ruthless.
ly destroy it or shall we indifferently
leave it to the mercy of its declared,
anveterate enemies? The great mnd
overshadowing issue is, "Shall the pe
ple rule?' Do the people rule when
the Aocailed "captains of iadstry"
struck hands wlth tae IaIf
ofthe y W I power-the "O
latae to -i-N-L
aim cerrupt the
Gae iateart of the iblaoaX
In consideration of e6ilek -
ieas the Republican lead Ur
the scaled "captains of
to dictate the tariff en otlmer w
by wbhch thee same "captailn sf lb
dustry" rob the people of satoeU
Dons!
Roosevelt and Foraker.
President Roosevelt bitterly de.
nounced Senator btraker, ome of the
leaders of- the Republca pa rt, for
accepting large fees from the iSta
ard Oil Company, but where t s ias
ator Ioraker lees deserving of at
confidence of the American people, 4 y,
reason of having aeepted those Sees
than ie Mr. Taft, who Bc'qnu-ed64
to President Roosevelt an att rey of
the Standard Oil Company for -n ap
potltment as United States juge-de*
siring to place an ttoiney of ltb
Standard Oil Co. In a posit on to de-
termine between the Standard Oil Co
and the people. 'Wherein is eitheS
Mr. Taft or Senator Poraker less de-
serving of the confidence of the Ameri-
can people than Pretdet RoosevetTe
who invited."My dear Mr. Harrmaan"
who be has clashed as an "adesimu
citizen" to a conference at the WhtW
House in the closing days of the ew
pain of 1904. when Mr. Rossejel
was a candidate for president; *adg -
a result of that conference Mr. Han y*
man contributed and raised 6$26AN.,
with which corruption fund in .
York City alone Mr. Harriman em
over 50.000 votes were secwed 1S
Mr. Roosevelt. We are left-to m*
Jecture as to the nature of the S oe
ference between Mr. Harrlian t
Mr. Roosevelt, but we do knew tJtS
Mr. Harriman does not belong to th&
cla- of patriots who part wit j 2.S,*
O0 for nothing.
Cortelyou's C ollec ows.
We also know that Mr. Otltayt1L
chairman of the Repubicaa satkl
comnmttee in 1904. and aso M tAI
ime a member of President Rome
relt's cabinet, collectd hM t"M
a0udard Oil magnates O$1000 f$r
use In Mr. Roosevelt's election; a
hat recently Mr. Roosevelt has -
hbed a copy of a letter which h
ays he wrote to Mr. Cortelyoe ai


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-.-.caught o m ie s eO to Wtpe bbthat aa. Why'o taW kei u*Adi des-m.f
...bad~f ul. m chases, whtm aovoair O E- Wifif
...i s fto.r ediy sa'"g ret y --a' Out RepublSnd tis n s t
|ss s stte a"f Plfrality TO-Day. iT, m. boy ae now ix. Wue

peoe. .. ...orm...e s taitewatmliIthm" your *tR melianssI131= Grand rally Wlver and hoeeuruts pdseoa -
a. 4. er wt f BOprp.r t expect the t i ntiai ola, Neb., No. L-The eight We cay diswrt atas, and can To the Vters. M
w'_h om uj < W"Oa ofo .y.. .an electoral Tomtllese in Ie states are. bit -N stye Of she. 'tu a. u m
St -' - T T fae V Of b oItes ad the It ia m In and -tie talk Rubbers. C n F L.- s es the white

t"xM. can s1 atoreta ns t. t ? ti S amaesiosA t that hr is Irish. A 0urpries. What efte f *r u
aa i vet ha r demoa.e- hema. bMelth- ruet for whch wipe ot the seer plucaiy the Re- t ,, aille aor t

As PM. froIn tg. ilm ee.amad lute co.......-ence ttuthyo-.a.e wil winPt e
4 V OCR, Inpelpamiethisrn ar @*, I In-e sse.tl l Ir IW2 T e elit VAS C7 --- r-t l it mum mlate

Sienars stis t3 a W hi Wt l rti. Bght gan for ars.,ut Insst the i . n Il m -- -h..-ia .
wearnrh. T ut "____-___ _"-" te__b_-"Ba ._ -_ ) ,- -,
E aiB ,S" ..... -... he..a .. . t heu orPait fory rad.dte 102 Soth Palaao" Street WY h.-e a-- request we I h es oua co
b" t & wI ilcarry ernt s ,tate bit dt ora 1 t ft tat a ticket wl be letedo, t_ S
R ^^Ssvlic L- s witsa Ioe ouct o y six cong- e
-u-a.ee--bthepo- .of Mres-r. teheesnday.a"EReG

-" O Od sm wuToM to. sheak, wasd pevente tre*riWb._ ys wil. se is ny he a,. oieresst, mreu t pw e ener those dark day.
P"RO, i "le"ienTwouhMen. .tueuhsm t|hie Yarst mess bss t e b. t in^tre a ,me.'sh ts easi
I,-. Mr. ad Mr. Tat's TO CUIRT L A COLDf IN "OI a llan f th taree ItPrh t leeytehnt rlt, under the
Smanwith Mr. y"iya a10 Mr. Take AXATU tOMO Qunlneine .of the11 m'r..e.lw
n. .a.. -acy; Mr. iTats hifty Thlets. Driggisss rem mbey mInt ce tt ue Jackson and f10
Sas with Mr* ryaw s direct iI to O"r W. ._/ ROVWi "gai clinches toe argumeutb advanced ni dt.efD o their
XW Mr. TWt, some W of Prsitateis || MT Io N dh 02 Ouve, Nt. 2.-Mr. ale Choron and the eternal
t; Mr. BryIUl, teel* Meee, viitlted ba parents at our e and who h
-. ^^ 8'N ^- l greet qath at I Mr a hts EI7U-Ithe o EEL Uf 111 R Hc1 I cta *nns *ia-a in ^ ieu. ran's govern<
in ,h Aft "a ft S lde t~ ery mal The H .eact that Mr. Hvey 1 under -. o

tihi w ot ITiom / Mirs h e S a n ta R o s a H o u s e D e H. t I epem a wf an tt in t e p ad
t 'e ,ei l h Mr. r ia sympathy an 1r sTIro kShortl ore spt a fs. Ars.wi M erarets eI l He peitive s ampte i u.r
sth eaiy we ale M r T att 'us a t ys M rt .ler g M i s s Bi tW J ote s o G ula l P o u t. t if ic a t io n l f tretat e.
S's"s b* "P -F ***;L by teo le w M Midnight Last Night. ent Suda with home folk. e bee and spe mention Never before
,.-hi i -ll cn r im cebtto his campaign _____ ... .. H dDavis. e Olive, is visit- tion of our state
,e-to n i ad: M1r. TAt's uMpor t by the trusts A Jong di taoce telephone from a M el- lat "Nv Il Mal. ,, fctUME th8 t ChiXri eX rDk L ed by our father
-aY 5-lf bb I3 reg hibtis vs sme to debauch the ts Rosa hotel at that place hd been their daSger, Mrs. Harrison, of Maewathe oly g too at
seltrate, that Wail street saod the fo destroyed by iSre, entaln a hoes trt, Snday vatteo, nptenointed by a
in trusts ma. base Sebr yearsleaeew Tole Have Gwr n Morma" between $3,000 ad $4d0t0, pertly coy- Mr. aynes -_ Mr. Davis expect .lmitumnt thAt We I I mittee, backed u
pre repe bay seInessb The ered byasurance. to bave their came mill completed pa ge^ y De megro voters,
ptry ght a.ag l. he les, l ic. t. The T" rep was discovered shortA be. a te ___ ndI bg inr8& d- thiat race, as is ni
IA"t O ft r le;r. Sam'owth Gen1, for FLh sad aiod desypseut-tnt.oeMessrs. gham
I bf OurgS ufndiog..f with he shifty, *have orig inated rn The atmobiles travel very re- at These ge-tlem
ee bNething was saved from the baqaia quently e the Olive aud rPa W merity to ask an

,nt -, e v. wt witM ...i..........sns..o..attl scaree
"M waramo dt, evrudowtag Is- to the hoMe of JMS A. Tbompo our hand. Or electn will not w to to
Ssi *Shall the people raler I itaklag him out Nh severely whipplng ewho have cro
WNyan iselectedythe people wIN rul. him. The oen were disghised by a
a B I3iAloWe will agaln ubre a goreumeat ao( blacking their faces, but were ideutIed MeDavid, Oct. 1-A Buwt em FALCO. r tOieevei wss iTi
people, for the people adt by thet by Mr. tB Mrs. 'Tho.o. It eah able day w speat Sataey o whte" a frequently tated by Mr. theracinle fu
S_. 1 e.07 gNW peaW." .w Taft I a elected. tiA eole that the trouble w1 caused gh by the beM limk* Or.D oaatte uitate-er by a nlwe Ja.Mr.Riitdten ho
nto $r a we mal et nate, buat me 9s toe Iteh t that Mr. ThJompsonn goe tInorms cur popular youg people. S Bearsd during the campaign. It will fr themselves to
S fto w a aw oeaent of the trusts, by tio to the Govern ent officers as to Rowals, bfinx, et. were In .al.Aa ao. a. da.a.ble predyic
g -it tbe jtruts St for lrse truts.e "Shav the hopltionG of en iicit mdUiery." mo t .oon" j-ouital 4 A'- R. Mlle r db a yi tip o n rLocal Octr Dm n tble
Sthe p le rler? -as been talked for some time that a re w served, - of chip rce or t
epellePlats teo Repmlcumsan party band had been forme,! to punish a vy, rinak, teh ard other good things.' of 8t vrats and Repobi voans over Prehibt election, I would
eW l dyad inevitaltey to bocial- one who gave inforntatlon. Te ot- rhich were daiatly prepared by b e dn ..OienaFol..nt CTre Ad Fa t
- n- Sm In eot the rist is In a.n of cers have broke up three 50-altoB youl .de o the crowd, nfter ton e at al that more And Qat
lefre I tself na S e.imaiig with t stills in" the past 15 tyaoths. hh S peasant was taken o .yW. Davisw and itlan isr fr m
tar, excde tr- Otad eral ri Ai anyone can renab1y ks i fte kte o oneA. I I pe oe ol t
s competit people ? Ife to t akilh Mr. H. C. Jaeon', ga iMe Wn were in tow atday. er look i, the
S, M lt O at, prlect1 lach. Those who ed the party Mr. Hue i amy over * tive lad whom
1l es-e.r-, _-t _eto st ae petltle. | IiiIU i/| | _were Misses GvCn aad Maknlto l lut we and has ai ed sad revered.
e f- eadta- - b s.ettlin mie VII b III IeI Mlaie sC-ad RU-a Brewtao ,g cepted a position wit the Florida To be elected we muat receive ew necessary cM
0 People. fourth people ytby r. Mr oM..s G..rwanRth
g 4- a, dm i. the Stan.ard Oil C to he < Be tar- .... I Iia ittnoe MteMaserlMeaysl Alabama HLand Co. p S(retlta the p1- be rA 4 a rk Nites afstore or les than tak Bry00 and Madg1 Hdter Messrs. aotyhis.s Mame Townsend and Mind 1100 Democratic votes, and as far as Amtletae, Shiloha
atrmed to the '"A ho ecatlbtedt It. ng the sbrOe b the consumer l P IItJoye, Floyd- sad J Batt, -er. SiD inf ormtrtcunctio o ycnt foght In d
SWe bew that the aemey was -st 1w withouthis e-oa nt a 4 without coaPrn- b ito I gvrmn HtRbinert Jaeta, MereIn -Saturday a expressed we can judge, this vote will be abee- tal prowple of t
*inrad. a-e we kanow :at Mr.. Cor pen-tion. The dieamerce between Irady sAl Jemale :Srtrtoa, Mr. Kel- toetees yaTas C delughth asaea race.
tely was not rGbuked by Mr. Roose- the octt of toe Reopublican party eU I | ly, of BIluW prinoo Mr. W. BBakr, lately representative of the Citand- r. blae I w
-elt. bet was subsequently appeited and t- btedalisa advocated by D.>b t Mr. Morgan Nsbles and Mr. Trhett oaf d t. ISIrMlly fosr msiev toud tho geaest
estarey of the tmry a MsO is all in Ser of the Bocealletan of Johnaon. haidbs ena ito bl A oy viit to h of Eabiia Coty. IT Mo lard the groefate
more tr ttant emOeet O101ogae than Debax TiTe truht, which is the p T1 Twere yoa people cobld not haRe v. LGreenties. o f Seats of era
he oe a he held when he eeesythdis dact of the Rgnpblcea party, takes Jude Sa Tern- eted more appropriate cape oraill t this place t ut ,509,o00 CLUDES EVERY EX&CONFEDERATE supremacy of ha
eaey fm the Staataw Oil C. sad private *.I pety wtwthoat nofpe rs- than Mbr. and Mrs. H. C. Johanm, whJear wlhich isand tior haSLeR ATWE to AW
ad to reter It. Mr. Rooevelt, by tioa r e eriehment of a few. The Orary Order Pending a whose delight it is to make I neyw an extra SOLDIER THAT WE KNOW. a to know
Setof Mr. Cotelye eamaelm of Debe prypoaes the ta- pleasant for those around them. ycut for one cizar saw. prluclple of our
eaectio ad the tam f the artvate property of all for Hearing we ar deghted to see the smil- r. W.. K. Hyer, Jr., of Pensacola and tue and w
fictine to return the amey, plaWsly- the bheeft o afl. Republiena Soolal.- lag face of Mrs. L. C. Brewton in or wlH up eart of t his week lookin e of the holy caus
| dewlasgi ttthe letter orderiag te lS phaders a for the benefit of aC --- midst after a few days' serious ilaies the extnv bigness of the A further word to iemocra. we My friends tel
t waa tended ter Ol : an of De per n Atmore. Ala. Aabama Land Co. o ear as to
e ft bat m*it to be h otRat all for the hereWt of all. Jdoe Wolfe yesterday granted a aMr. and Mrs. J. P. Harrison ad are noat eemie to the Democrati. tio. They tel
S Mr. Cortalyot so edatuMd. I saIn- The DesmoraUe party is a party of temporary injunction restraining the Mr. aad Mrs. W. D. McDavid have re f thisoverte e Jc tr or h
pebt that t Mr. Oarte h obey &iwthoo. -t teach equal raaaB city from building the wall around the turned freom a few days' outing at tke MOuNOr P o c ll. W e or e
thot ltter, he w4 M aot UMr ever to ead I peKlalT privilege. to nobe. city Jall. The injunction was graated McDaid maeral springs a. s f politics, or to at
bae n6a decrttary -e the tUasgrey. Io Iarefes the election of Taft to on the claim of 0. L. Bass & Co. aad Miss Dora 'Wtson, of North Oh.. L'9g 550 Si- e-r&S'^-r :-al are sa "freds i seed". We are not white men a leg
Stwold tehave lat the position be the election Of Bryan, because the H. LT Covington, owerr of lots 4 aad mnokla, was here shopping Moday. o en emiet th Witenatet by neorIs
S-hel dM Ia the chbtmet and wel etailea o*f Taft ies arpt atp towet 5, block 20, that the alleyway on Pal- lba. Maggie Sparks, of 71o-rm. M teS ?*me Journ eve" enemies to th2 W-ette Ded** aeireat for its
ta been classed by the presideSt th- estabhlsmeat of the system op ato s street, between Manla ad Zarra- Is visiting Mrs. H. Johkeon. W.a Tda ist which di mh cratic Primary System. Keep it till be a llre.
wit as arlea ttsea." arammate advocate by himads ngssa. leadits to Jeferao1 street, Is M. L. Hall, Ne of our leading ger uet still more wourd be au tft Me. othe
aW Cemember that three days soHewerl. n he eleetto of Taht wol a public alleway. The aboresrve describ- chants. was called Satarday tLt ter. A light fronst followed t Meaat. BoM ham
beare the last election Mr. Reaevelt he a -great tapetas Debss Soejal- ed property owned by th parties death-bed of hise father. b is fet rune you tartd t. Btdet M..T. Wi
mananed as "ditterly rN0tr andg tt C named is directly north ofa the city a nl Mr. Sean, ar raBroad sJtion o1n an t wether patriotic eis
o latg ea Atrib.ted by the onates ad at ferya should f ave exted through to r erson street. sacol Saturdtay. IONs"eky with a rawichd b *i crew S
irin to Revelts lee, te eual eet thelaw, equal work t ret the Mrs. J. T. Hdorad her attract- for e ones sa
I ases w t at tr tCe Mw. and W 86611 1s b611Otoe 1 10e a911 Iv0 040ttle chat dre were o fvltors to Ate vsitt his relatives re hen you find that in the rush and tu rPepMat
Sed ha e earport r r s proc at the w in the hearing of the rjnctio will be had more last week. CdMt Lon weote wile partoslatrhi.at a weeklo
E a.t. o to .re to esmeama paea *eable e yataet 6oment of all on i o the city attorney. 4yler Brewton i spending a w for a short tme Sunday morni confusion of selectinag s..sw of e&ce- straete, ettver a
A fad. Thit dealaUtt erammdsMgaMf t"he all by his owrn eort. But days with iis opaents, Mr. aId Mrs. shakitng mads wito hit many fiends hodr, eethas mad e al couple eqmt
m 2- s b ort a tobeger mthe elee' "it hava to dboole between f r A. W& BrewtoW. at o e i h oldyrta itnAtsr.a a copae of Coi. n pre
Ur. e hadm J tdoe BarsoI, t sea re had i&re 9orlarnaue of the oepbta barty reJtan Mrs. R. A. Bonitay has moved to wi0e Marhall, railroad t at e of nos
a fthme to Mrte tu o l obat t o yS pferd the Sela lism of Debs e nalbs te.R a.-hont aoewTuunell Springss Ala. was here two take en onut ha& Ply -
4Unbs of t coltl ate d ithea ed- dto e t go te o9ela3oat of DebInfiite e0 LB & gan la. days this week. visiting his brother- l- knMD. nNOa
Vaae. 4Atleitv C N. ti. Bagtettb of PensacolaHLC spent I-l.oow4 Md. C. McKeekw the akes? san nominations piproper under. 5S wS
th5 bladInath e eaistdoS h-ssk- a few days last week with his parents, psto at tpials ptoie'lacee ev
tion et .e or aeegr two Democratic leg- cI letRu i eC n rr M sod Mrs. .0sChip H r Jei, orimlar a standing of the prImcip pes eq t awo eq


ooeesTelts deanl aad emano at th ) Mr. R. s- Mkys mle a business 1iS- e some
bumN1 s bythespesi dle at aed n to P axa a tfewdday ao vi- ah.w- W t vi M owl -ad when we, df the minority party. athaa O
"* e Ther olpemsints were nominated y The Closed Season Came to esof r to C e Bwton, sri siafae. H.e s ewtok whobe i very or the cto ofrty, wfor tha
IMe. "oa sacebeiv by eah God w who. Thesse mop As An End Here On Octo- iMni v Mr. A. eHwe ae a Jehon.
urea lo-1pe Islafcea bye ao. I *0 b y __ -&&. IqT __ Ms. r n .T PensOay n chdid -iwentu these mistakes, 00, we pray you, ap. la i It tal


Of te as ritaty as te ellev- t oa wAbe Ngosovte agaluet5the Dber 31st. *W TTrvu'l heristerMCBOrd. iU aplcEa t
I k i t people t this It by Ms. Bryaat Harris a little sister, s ply COMMON l y FLI t
S ate n W e Popleae ethI be Lzzie. have gone to Atmore. Ala, to TY and elect think
did Mr. Seese te *ele cte It wOMld be a triumph of the The closed quarantine season was _c visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. ka
did wvwthe a Se epocil to Tht J'aadoHe thdy. e I -"-'k- j-f.Wio
of 14 s treamly den veta e d as, S en 8 saturday ht at 12o'lock MaNu ,Wlcogee. No.-We hve that we are the bettr ad if e
at Mso stwere neshved nm that t-pvi e o&_ aeold as I and until the opeoiug of quaranti d any ra fo several week r. Pete Kuntz. Of Dayton. 0.. was
H fteations were cOar- XXM. tt5 uar""^ bad ay rain here for seveeral wee" hml riday-Jo king aftr te interest
d why does s i a win th expedtNe of next season all Inamin vessels will d t s very ch eeded. think we more crectly represent te S e the a
Sparty retaus ow to ais twae, emery aind b3ood it required be boarded n por W. L Neum r b be very f th lumr business.
ibautles estif AT the ele-awhite egroyoy mwM Dr. White sad thecustoms sp- th past ree weeks wl sOWd Millr ba gone to p p for which the cenmulty wd-t sp t
Jt _. j __- --. reCA--.Vat Negro deanatlon, under tors who have been oa duty at the eve. meonvi to visit er parents. i i-
WL t lead Of a few White men, from station came over to the city peter A. Garrett left one y Md Ck nhas clearly and reatoIy shown --.I
e i proud et Mr. Reomvelt's support Jeopardie White supremay and De~ A crew will remain at the stati it Didast. .. WerO C wiBa i Wahr City. tis we ththe p
ead wll carry ot his pelicite-. Mr. maoeratlo repetaton-.in the legisla- for the purpose of fumigaing vessels BarrS Nellms is spending a te w Mrs. Dan Proctor and her two little preM a agS E
Taft is President RIe9&wve 0 se=- twe from ta is atty by voting for arriving from Infected ports which weeks at L art. saA, the gest ohobliMe. Glenn and Marie. are visit- *. t
ee. dIe is to e so w. the a& feftbe Rpubilca aomlmees? It is but may be ordered detained. sister mS J tag ti Pensacola now, the guests of i
mry "nme towo' r PreodMeat tRhe eatert wedge to destroy Wie rNOTIC os ha .r sister. Mis. Murphy. ere is abs y ping p
i--aMa-i a-a M. at u and Maedey last with He darnia, ths school teacher. to o m'
S ofsM.Taf a sse s Ad me to Tme &oa uard T.IST. Eh wrait ie Friday eveni to iit dSlal to the intr net.h esmmbiy We agvd'i-
%w istn ~as M.d of r. f ake vetvw nt teamO mimet ofthe- ALL TMC.lvs out l .Mr. a" Mrs. Robert Bass were tame Moa d v S
NSVVP an as6?Is toyOf S W8_te .J e00 0"a primary. I know a aln lds up the syem Ior r ad Mrs. W .. .iWMorganM d ter, Cunty in ths d I FOR oSH IS sa
Ltoe' .rsuin.S _Rmmsbsr the yoiy w jl M eO id wIouf be rr- alW aIS.1ie, wr ein Moio .hurs ,oday.
'lees feast" b-tumen Mr. Peatber &an on to yW gyte- ans to year race." awa people and Childrf e. l SatUrday and Sunday. Rev.. fswow, of Pine Bre ENTaIL TO PTt USDT.
-Mr. Tatfat Teleek Oo. a *etw days e metNe e te let-Ned.s&.... bn O Te T T was 4 ere one night this week.
sb Mr. est ead etaa r. a atod the let- rWI Y hiL bSineAs clleC r- FEL The Sa omea havve about Saiaed -i-
m It was aNge & Ou m roan Mr. ervey ato me, wT FINE BUCK "tMr. ai.. wereass ro as h p m
n Ss*, t p ata bto. ye. bee -o"at. hr WO O VOTE I. ....
of'wch.r ft -R.- P.eli,-d, Safomn, .,Iraa" nnorr SMo A. Cwo.
Sa. ypeas Mate tis e im .~r dAs a and lDootsMhalo etnedm a
onl T m d sd. p a*' tt d day-from"=ak ba ttgrp ahet e .... I O .se with. t-la.w govern-
yeebg tSer^2hS%? R ey?^ o2e^ ^??utha. His stafte- iy bwmught It a f at rAftia. f Geteswood. Ala, I toy *. Oduet f the *ismeral electioM
|.eu' RiTmher Male aw-nt %qSi the white pe buc and tuwo flu turteys. Mr. 6- t e x It of we is ster, M s. 00 e I today, an -l sa1im s
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ly Fellow-citiseas: -
between the amon_
people Of our esaty"
re and he ao stai
epublcan e
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ty ad motr
thubefr mAkets I -swr.
oesin ot war dmartg
'that period that
t aud arched Clthe
materftl leadership
te Lee sad stailaess
ght, bled and died i
homes, their bonor,
supremacy of their
added down to pester-
the in and impru.
hat his Is a wNl
t an" that so hag ws
Le of Lee d Jack-
e Just so hbeg the
lorMl win rule th
aluce negro demima&
was forever aboAsh.
2. has such an W.rt
t upon the white peo.
y a legislative ticket
negro executive com-
p by a large mauber
, and responsible to
now the case with
and Pollock.
en even have the to-
A expect Confedeast
e that ticket. If I
Pre was a ma who
a son of one of tOhese
men of hooer, who
tray their c-rades
W over the river anad
the saade of the
e falslen so far ftre
)r which LIe and
and who would wea
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S'd l-_ at nh~~t re-aa~~nging the stock for quicirvr selling today.
OME-THAT BIG BARGAIN BULLETIN (the talk of the town) IS STILL
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place Was robbed lat sight About
$20 is, stanpa, a" postal aerd!;s i
n0 i money order funds was stolen.
Te burglars entered by picking the
.lock of a tear door ma the vault,
which was Oely recently stalled, was
blown open with Iitroglycerlne7 The
postoce was audited by Iaspector
yesterday and the ftads aad accounts
were found correct, There is no clue
to the identity of the burglars. Blood-
bounds have been seat from (Chata-



MEEITMCSW L


MEETING WAS


GREAT SUCCESS

Y. M. C. A. Holds First Sun-
day Afternoon Meeting.
Was Well Attended.


Pr m'- umac_ c wKo always give Es- -_ _
e "m Ia's*i ase a warm welcome n[S M i The first of the season's series of
W a th city. fll regular Sunday afternoon meetings oc-
o 0I: el cured at the Y. M. C. A. at 3:30
I Mste m Taylor went ever to Mo- Bl Om ` U I i o'clock on Sunday afternoon, a large
SStalft 6 "t pat a f1w days on a attendance characterizing the event
Mr. Philip Warner spoke on the "Man-
Ch .rist : A g the places tbt w ll ave C iSta CihUrCh tO OnduCt most sgatisfactorily, and sns
so" W With-W,,'&&axs to e Interesting his audience to a remarka-
me.. 0 "ti" newstoniat' are Revival-Rev. Hill of ble extent. Messrs. Brack amid Bag-
0eoeoa'Clab &ad the Conoorda ley commenced their work of organiz-
b th riMobile Will Assist. lg a men's chorus In connection with
the work, and are already pleased at
The C(br at Christ,- e. r of t- he outcome. Two Bible classes, one
S *-4 Alef ls street, will be- interesting series of reviv taught by Mr. Sherrill. and the other
g Ae rIes of revival services at 7:30 series revival ser- by Mr. Bradford, were organized lnm-
0'31ek Whaeeladay eveaitn. These vices Will be inaugurated at the First mediately after the meeting, both
R Vis will be Condicted by Fltvil Chrlitlan bhureh next Sunday, Rev. starting the season with a large mem-
M a n .a evangelit l e~ ma GO., Lenox to conduct the .nornnlg and ev- bership.
is an10 eloq"eut speaker. The pub- enaig services On Monday -e will
we in lte S toear himn. be joined by Rev. Claude B. Hill, of ONE-STORY COTTAGE
Mobile, a ell known divine, whose
a rder-to s COa...odte its- pa- success in yaagelical work has plac- WAS DESTROYED,
%.V tb e Pe6M0lOa l etr Co. will e4 him Amons 'the' frst ranks asn a o f b "
-, a la r froml the city oer the exceptionall' powerful speal.r. A onesotry frame building, occupied
m .te omigieht levi E Rev. 111i we t to Mobile a ve years by John Burns and located on South.
Ce oer the it ago, where he oud that he had Chrbbs street, was destroyed by fire
Sbe srun as late pepe m..eZaUon inaberiht~l. there be-at 5 o'clock Saturday mmoring. The
t g hurch building. After 5 years building ignited by fire falling from a
genoehurch uild fter6ears e In the kitchen. Mr. Burns made
i- *_ ," .- of earnet effort, however, he as a store in the kitchen. Mr. Burns made
~LeS. W, Wi Moore and PMe- ceagregation of t300, W*hich is comfort- the fire in the stove and left the
Sa ably- housed in a modern church of kitchen to call a member of the fam-
RWr "M ach ipen. ( 30. tts own. Ti church, in fact, raaks ily. When he returned the kitchen
'by 3A q.oe 'JM e&*"* among 'the frst la the city, which was in ames, and the fire spread so
stas... in mte tmestteny of the work rapidly that much of the bousebold
said ability of tae man. As a speaker, good were destroyed.
tY. . Of"-. W W pocketed for le is especially powerful, and hi Wo 's Hair Turned
bt t -m ,io eoes t yesterday presence here during the revival se-Woman's Hai Turned
"t gneef1W .4ta wer riea as planned, ill mean much to- White From Ijuries
C i-1nt of $128 were a movement. By A seacated r es
4*. lt b e'of Manaie Mo gan. Chicago. Nov. 2.-In one day after
ehaWd wth %atex a daagerp and *ar a broken trolley pole fell on the head
msplet ser. was traserreJ 1 of Mrs. Julia Kenodo. her hair, natur-
o the alborites. 1 ally a chestnut brown, wis turned
* l t ***l* hbite d th- .i, s i_-w-*,


0. W. Thbompc. driver of bhose U 5 W mU KWW hUbiU
Wn io..was p atfunly injured
SRMaday ai ht by beintag struck em the A T I
tby a brick from the chtm-ey
wARTtiin to exuanushlsag the A l A TI
fle while Ii inged the second story
of E. H. KIlby's residence at 110O
ast Gasea street.
MORW POPULAR EVERY DAY. West Virginia Democratic
HVIdrads of housekeepers will be
satisaeo eoly with Blue Ribbon Vanii- State Committee Wires
la or LeOIb. Quality counts and wins
out in the end. President Roosevelt.
POSTOFFICE WAS
RORRT n OF $500 .a Aeci.se P-es.
Parkersbuag. W. Va., Nov. 2.-Geo.
i Amulated Pr*M L Neal, vice-chairman of the Demo-
SKaOxl1e, Te-m., Nov. 2.-A ape- eratic state committee and active
dtl 1A the SetiUnel from Athens, bead of the De*ocratlc o pais R In
Tens., says the potoafIe at that this state, seat a telegram today to
President Roosevelt conxplainlg of
the activity of several federal office-
olders in the" campaign. The tele-
Va=I lowss
"IPderal ofeeholders In this state
are making your position of not per
mitting pernicious polftleial activity by
federal officers the laughing stock of
NN I---am t 1 the state. especially refer to Frank
-T-n cason somn ne lt eor~ ft H. Tree, mars hal for the southern
isduset* jnstothi g-poorqua. district; Charles D. Elliott, mIarshal
In the B Showe ti.antda for the northern district, and George
iy mp=- is cte fuly Iect- M. Rowers, bh commissioner.
wbm avierktbhatf.is ast od A Sure-ienough Knocker.
or- d 246 swim-qu-,,i J. C. Goodwin. of Reidsville, N. C.,
t>i l lemea. i says: ,"-Bcklen's Arnica Salve is a
THE M. & 0. sure-eOUabh knocker for ulcers. A bad
Cleth E *Ml & 0. one came on my leg last summer, but
121el 8.Palatexm, that wonderful salve keaoced it out in
Pensacola, Fla. a few rounds. Not even a scar re-
malaed." Guaranteed for piles, sores.
burns, etc. 25c. at all druggists.
,. GEORGE REED IS
ORS ".* AGAIN A MANAGER
President Henry T. tlge. of the Mo-
bile Baseball Association of the South-
era League has announced officially
the appointment of 'George Reed as
managerof the Moblie team next sea-
so. TIwo years ago, as manager of
the Mobile Cotton Stites League team
be was barred from the game by the
Directors as the result of charges that
Sbe had violated the Salary limit rule.
SAlthouh another was named man-
ager, Reed directed the team from
the club room under the grand stand
stead and lauded the penaant.
Subscribe for The Journal.


vcompeie-Ly wu -q an e Lte ressn i
of her face changed from the bloom
of middle age to that of a woman 15
years her senior. The accident oc-
curred in 1904. In' Judge Tpthtll's
court yesterday a verdict for $17,500
was rendered in her favor against the
Union Traction Company.
The Silent Vote.
Wa-at principally disturbs the sleep
of the managers, however, is the dis-
tressing noi.e made by the silent vote.
-Indianapolis News.


FOR AGED PEOPLE
Old Folks Should be Careful in Their
Selection of Regulative Medicine.
With advanced axe comes inactive
bowel movement and sluggish liver.
Nature is unable to perform her prop-
er functions and requires assistance.
Otherwise, there is constant suffering
from constipation and its aftendant
evils. Old folks should never use
physic that is harsh and irritating.
We have a safe. dependable and al-
together ideal remedy that is particu-
larly adapted to the requirements of
aged people and persons of weak con-
stitutions who suffer from constipa-
tion or other bowel disorder. We are
so certain that it will cure these com-
plaints and give absolute satisfa-tion
in every particular that we offer tbem
with our personal guarantee that they
shall cost the user nothing if they till
to substantiate our claims. This rem-
edy is called Rexall Orderlies.
Rexall Orderlies have a soothing,
healing, strengthening, tonic and rega-
lative action upon the dry, relax mus-
cu'ar coat of the bowel. They pro-
duce a natural, successive contrac-
tion and relaxation of the muscular
fibres of the bowel walls, generating
a wave-like motion which forces their
contents onward and outward; this
Eimulating nature in perfect bowel
wnovement. They also remove all ir-
ritation. dryness. soreness and weak-
ness. They tone up and strengthen
the nerves and muscles and restore
the bowels and associate orgnas to
more vigorous and healthy activity.
They may be taken at any time with-
out inconvenience, do not cause any
griping. nausea, diarrhea; eexessive
looseness., fatuleace or other db agree-
able effect. 'Try Rexall Orderlies on
our guarantee. 36 tablets 25c, and 12
tablets 10c. The Crystal Parmnacy,
Peniacola. F.a-


HISTIiIURIES

-ngineer Hurt at the Boggy
Mills Expires Yes-
terday.

WAS BROUGHT TO THE CITY YES-
TERDAY MORNING AND TAKEN
TO ST. ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL.


Misses' Caps!


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Children's Caps


At Greatly Reduced Prices To-day.

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WHERE AN OPERATION WAS For prices see Sunday andMondays daily papers
PERFORMED.


B..nT B 2W atsonParker Reese Co
George Bostick. engineer at the
was injured several days-ago, died W P Re C
yesterday in St. Anthony's hospital,
where he had been taken for treat.- Everyth t .
meant. He was b=Ittgnt-td tie city on
the launch Ruth, arriving about 7
o'clock yesterday morning, and was
moved at once to the hospital, where
was operate ton was-aperformed, orbut it letters from applicants and indorsers, movement in congress to cut down
was too late to save the iefe of the
unforttmate mt and he died short and the end is not yet: When I be- the representation of the southern l
afterwards. shory e governor I will go into office states in that body. The republican 0 EM
afte remains wre buried yesterday with another determination, which is party favors the project and is only OFFEiR THIS W CEK
afteremains wth funeral e bued yes terdayin to tell a man frankly that I will not awaiting a favorable opportunity to _
aftronducend the funertakl dr s bing appoint him to office, thereby prevent- put it Into effect. Their ostenmible Low Wheele-Comedia. .
of Northup & Wood b Rev. J. W lng many from -having hopes that will grounds are the alleged disfranchise- Jesse Hale & Co.-In "The Little Part.
Senterft. The services were attended be shattered. I believe this old world ment of the negro. er, during Lttle steUe Shel
by Woodmen of the World. of which would be a&good deal better if we put Although the negro is free to vote' Americ Greatest Child Actea.
the deceased wa a member. into practice the virtue of frankness in Florida, yet the movement to re.W ilon ssers- Paton oatei orf v4.
Engine Ran Away. a little oftener." duoe representation includes this ing.Singing a a
The accident was eat due to the "And Appointees Must Work. state. or that reason It is of am- I M.tin Picture, with eets.
eacc i lerwaputothe n i en I appoint a man to an mense importance that the vote for 0
explosion of the largest of the en- office," continued General Gilchrist, congressmen and presidential electors Matineeevery day, 4:30 p. m. AdWl)*
ines.g away of the largest of te fly "he .has got to do the work required be as large as possible. ton. 10 centa to all.
gines. The strain on te large wafly by the office. I am not going to have Every qualified democrat should go Three night shows. 7:30, 8:30 and 9:3
sending pieces of metal and gavell direct any drones in the hive of state, and to thepolls and cast his ballot for p- m. Niht prices, ten and twenty cents,
tions. One piece struck the engineer effect without del appoinay. Itees on noticetonth every candidate of his party. To
Ia the forehead, crushing the skull. to appoint any man merely because neglect to do so would be to neglect ChanceHor this week.
Mr. Moreno, owner of the mill, re- b e- a plain and imperious duty. The dan- Almstevery cut-going tran I od.
turned the city yesterday and stat- se of is quaaton. Asan ger that Florida will lose a represent ed with lber the s
ed that tedaag to the mill is ben- ohi rulncwns. ... active on account of a small vote, is s withilumber ea m, the=lofrSlmen
teen $400 and $500, and that it illustration, a well known Floridan re- imminent, and democrats in order to doing a lorishin buri s
e een $00rand $ within thtn it w. gently requested the appointment of avert this calaty, should show their rerinss
In operation aga witin ten days. a friend to a certain office. 'Why full strength. wesenClowsoetwhi
don't you apply for the office yourself A street n We are m t o welco me to am
-/1201 PEASANS I asked. His application was made A recent investigation has shown Mr. e ohpain fathAy, ofH o e
right there, and he is going to re- that throughout the United states They wre copying the Hdi o
ceive the appointment because I think there Is a great discrepancy between on Jobiaton street.
I.-i IS IN bII II e is the proper man for the place." the number of names on the poll lists Mr. Lee McDuffle, who came
and the number -who actually_ vote. near having a fatal cident whue


Inrnp l.Trnrn BUILDING PERMITS
.. ISSUED YhSTERKDAY


.111116RIILUIUUI 1611LU


Largest Numb&r of Names
on Books Ever Be-
fore -Known.
-
Over seven thousand ames appear
upon the registration books, which
have been forwarded to. the various
precincts to be used today. in the gen-
eral election. This Is the largest reg-
1'tration ever knIwn in the history of
the county. ..-The precincts and the
number of persons registered in each
are as follows:
No. 1 ........................... 48
No. 2 ...........................ISO10
No. 3 ............................06
No. 4 ...........................152
No. 5 ............... ............. 101
No. 6 ........................... 157
No. 7 ............................113
No. 8 ........................... 86
No. 9 .................... ..........150
No. 10 ......................... 90
No. 11 ......................... 72
No. 12 ................. .....8. 76
No. 13 .......................... 620
No. 14 .......................... 456
No. 15 ............ ............1230
No. 16 ............ ..... ... 52
No. 17 ..................164
No. 18 .......................... 65
No. 19 ..........................170
No. 20 ......................... 91
No. 21 ..........................116
No. 22. ................... ...... 176
No. 23 .......................... 45
No. 24 .......................... 68
No. 25 .......................... 44
No. 26 ..........................24
No. 27 ..........................27h
No. 28 ..........................295
No. 29 ..........................21S
No. 30 ..........................100
No. 31 ......................... 119
No. 32 ..........................343
No. 33 ........................ .96
Total. .... ...... ..........7.201

* GILCHRIST AND THE
* OFFICE-SEEKERS. *
* St. Augustine Record.

"Regardless of Inluences that may
be brought to bear. I do not intend
during my term as governor to ap-
point any man to office who is a graft-
er, drunkard or incompetent. I do
not intend to appoint an unsatisfac
tory man because he is my friend and
supporter to even the jlbst insignifi-
cant office within my gift."
The above commendable statement
was made by Gen. Albert W. Gilehrist,
Forida's next governor, and there is
no doubt but that the carrying out of
his determination will be popular with
the people as a whole, if not to those
who are burdened with political "in-
fluence." *
Many Applications.
"Although several months will pass
before my administration begins.'
said General Gilchrist, "I already have
numerous aUplicatieOs for the few po-
sitions that I will have to give out,
many desiring each position. I sup-
pme I have to date answered 2,W


The following permits were issued
yesterday by Building Inspector Ran-
dall:
To J. I. Bullock. Jr., to erect a one-
story frame building for ,torage, on
We.t Magnolia street, near Clubbs.
To Dr. W. E. Anderson to erect a
one-tory frame building at 223 West
Gregory street for the storage of coal.
- Inspector Randall's report tor the
month of Otefer S-bows that 'a has
sued 27 permits for repairs to build-
ings in the fire limits and also one.
permit to erect a boat house in the
fire limits. He has issued 40 permits
for,.the erection of frame buildings
ot1 de the fire limits ad 39 permits
to hake repairs to building, outside
of the fire limits.
The total amount of new buildings
and repair work for the past month
is $32,793.70.

A QUESTION OF
* REPRESENTATION. *
Miami News-Record.

Every intelligent reader of news-
papers knows that there is a strong


This discrepancy is muc more no
ticeable in the south than in other
portions of the country.
The explanation of this phenome
non is that hundreds and thousands of
men care nothing for their franchise
and habitually refrain from voting.
'Florida should overcome that in&
ertia, especially this year, and the
state should see to it that every quall
fled voter goes to the polls sad casts
his vote.
If the democratic vote la the state
is a small one we may expet fa bear
-more of the cutting d ws e4t O e e stm'
representation in congress.

SSAMSON.


Special to Tom Jeenal.
Samson, Ala., Oct. 31.-Mrs. Spies,
of Chancellor, is visiting friends and
relatives in and around the city this
week.
The streets have been just literally
lined with cotton wagons for the last
week or ten days. which speaks weli
for the Samson merchant.
Mrs. Splax and children, who have
been spending some time with their
undle, W. C. Amos, returned .to their
home at Roanoke last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Alle are speld-
ing a few days with relatives up at


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opening a can SaturdWy nighb we a"
glad to say las about recovered.
Mrs. 0. L. Rivenbark and cDdrea
of Hartford, are spending the week
with their parents, Dr. and Mrs.,
Fleming.
Eiercticin Harlingsts wife arrivW
in the will remain while her hulsbad is ea-
gaged here.
The first amber in the lycenob
course will be seen at the o e *-
houe tonight. U is theS Udwis
Weeh Co. and comes t6 us
ly IimS ientded, be.g both bagig'
mid WatreActve.
Hint for the Preside. t
There is an tisos-tion thnt Mr.
Roonevelt may one day wrIf a pW'.
Why mot do himself into drama em the
order. of "Too Much Johnsona"--t.
Louis Post-Dispatch.
How He Learns.
"A man learns to do by do .*' re .
marked tale moralizer.
"Yes," rejoined the demoraliae,
"and also by being done."'-C caso
News.
The Yellow Peril.
At any moment now Capt Hobson
s confidently expecting an outbreak
of acate gastritis among the Jackle*
of tCe Seet.-Mflwauree SentineL


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be. argd against day one of these
three a-mend nto upon which the
people am to vote 'today. They are
sia-ly dond to bring the laeot
atftWat the state, L taeresta vitally
c ng-every Ia, woU ma
chin Florid* ,Into Cot.e-poaame
aad coidmtlaes withthe oaemorable
CRArn SmE gW1 whsk we livOe E to
vote them own la to dellberately im-
pede tho prae so of our ory civi-
ation itself ad commit the people
of Florida to a policy of injustice to
thur chldre, injsce to their
W- an IJUesm to deumelves*
Mop PbidaW out of the back-nam-
er Oso a"d Mote r, all three of the


Mr. ryan till contilues to put
lrg trwIs In eCoumpaset a Pleasing
OM. b latest a one of his best
is how B his dosltn appeal to the pub-
hif -e Saturday ins which he says:
iWhan h (Tat) usys that a dano-
ge vietary will bring a panic he
saIg"ita, a opinoes. When I say
-t a diseases psanki eae last tall
ihest waiting fr a democratic vie-.
Op agAa a Sbet hatM cannot be din-





it qiMOs tOd6ep thinking or elab-
MonIo Uvigs0n to know how to
4-t-ight lo sptuatoDl amend-
mufts .'i- ei-ptad i rejected by
" m l o-o Itslia today. The
Ihri un -. sise "d 4ahir to
e Air Ji w hich regulate the
0@00i aof very gMood lt in his
mbeiseW &r all, that amueasmary.
Desowho beteem fa education and is
ho wMilli toke our state sohbols
0t of euMthe tr pttlag Into tho eok-
*itatie thom fo2d measure of small
statssaid whiiy shall reolve? It
owe he will votofte r the amnuesnast to
Autile Twelv of the coastitation to
be known as seedio silxteen of said
article.
Dom hbe hellos that our supreme
Smd jcircut Jdgs nd Judges of crime.
alM courts of record shall be fairly
paid for their work so that men of
th'n beut tharmetr ad attainments
may be secured tor ech positions;
sad does he belUeve that the legisla-
two be helps to elect has booesty
and sense enough to investigate the
question sand determine what a fair
salary for uc Judages shall be? If so
he will vote tor the amendment to
section nal of Article Five of the
eomsttutiso relatig.to such salaries.
Does hbe believe that If the growth
of the state and the imOcres in popu-
lation require for the speedy adminis-
trafte tjutiovadditional judicial cir-
cuats to be established, that the legis-
lature should -' eIpowered to create
obh ciroults? NI he doe he will vote
for the ammmdment to section thirty-
ve of Article Five of the cowlm*tlop
relating to that subjet.
These areOll salple business propo-
sitions, the business of government by
the people tor the people, and plain
blnes Msense is able to take care of

q the peoplee of Florida, coasti-
tote a great eorpration for the trans-
action of owr buiness of wisely gov-
aring the tiae m prnoUting its
taerllsa, and to th- end we, as the
I- -10,.1 m. should cnider the good
of all and lk at the subject In a
e ay proportioned to its magni-
S whe we vote in the gtockhold-

iatllna- a --l --_ts. If we do this
all three of the ammients will be
ugried. Certainly they ought to be


Government May Py N For
Them, But Town Gets

the Beft


HAS A HAPn FIGHT

BUT, OH, POOH I


Why, He Gets a Federal Job

For Almost Every Boy

in the District.


A special from Danville, ll., says:
With all t1w talk throughout the
country about the chances t defeat-
lng Speaker Canute for another term
to congress, the people of Danville
and the neighbors ao "Uncle Joe" are
convinced that there is not the slight-
est danger in the world of his being
compiled to remain at home.
Why, out here in Danville the peo-
ple look upon- "Uncle Joe" as the
town's best asset and they have never
had any other thought than to keep
him in office all of his life. Taey
have eon the unusual fight against
him this ymar and they have hoard
that In other sectiaos of the coastry
candidates wo rfedm to vote amt
"Uncle Joe" for speaker have been
defeated for res--htlcu. while oth-
ers to save theaolves have repudi-
ated "Uncle Joe" and his cear-lke
methods of runeig the country. But
with all this the people of Danville
are ready to stead by "Uncle Joe" al-
most to a voter.
Why?
Well, because "Uncle Joe" is by far
the best advertisement the town of
Danville ever had.
Got Thins for Danville.
"He has brought Danville Into prom-
inence Just the same as McKiley 'did
Canton," sad one of his supporters.
"He fight for his people and gets
things for them. He brings work
here and gives the people someding
to do, even if it is the government
that pays for it. He is always doing
something for his home folk. is it any
wonder his people stick by him?
"People come to Danvitle to see
him whl would never have known the
town was on tfhe map had It not been
for him, and telegrams go out dated
Danville that never would have been


If they are to continue to grow and
do good work for our obhldreo they
m t have something better thea an
uncertain state laid to rely upon aad
must be taken entirely out of, politics.
To this end vote today for the amend-
meat to give them a fixed measure of
assistance so that they may know
upon what to count.

"God reigns and the republic still
lives," no matter which way it goes
today.

The thrill3ag hour is near at hand
Wor the great Amerlcan multam-in-
parvo epls.---*-t to rise up and re-
mark with strict originality, "It Is all
over but the shouting."

Vote today to take the state schools
of Floida out of politics a d beyond
the reach of factional inftence, lob-
byists and legislative uncertainty by
voting for the amendment to give
them a xed measure of coaslltntioma-
al aid.

The Tampa Tribune says: "Right
in the midst of the campaign we turn
to the pages of the Key West Adver-
tiser to find thoughtful editorials on
"The Infinite Unknown." The able
editor was doubtless guessing at the
result of today's elections.

Before you Igo into the booth today
to make out your ticket recollect that
the names of the democratic president-
ial electors in this state are H. P.
Bailey, P. W. Butler, Robert E. Davis,
Geo. C. Martin and Samuel Pasco. If
you are a Bryan meaiaut your X on
the left side of these aaaes on the
ticket.
If it must rain today we prefer that
It would rain only in spots and those
spots such as are known on the polit-
ical map of this country as "reliably
republican." A rainy day has been
known more than once to do more for
the democratic party In such dark cor-
ners of the eart' than all the argu-
ments and eloquence of the campaign.
The arguments for Bryan and Taft
are all in; the caue is made up and
there is no need to add another word
to the mighty volume which the Amer-
ican people have been perusing with
more or less diligence for months
past. Predictions are dle anad are
mere sounds, signifying nothing. We


arried, or we can conceive of r- can all afford to await the event it-
et against them not based in ep- self aad then predict with aore eonf-
pomton to the education of the chil- deuce and certainty. The d.ne,&iC c i
m of Florida and deep distrust of party expects every member of It to
the hoesty amd intelligence of our do his duty today.
Vu tt -aats. No matter who Is elected president
forU das to stay in line with the of the United States today,. t is cer-
r aMte of e Uaon ase mot ta that the wpreent Inr mbe-t of
hop a jealous eye upon her edoa that office has shrank so in hpBe
titeal inaterests ad emit no oppeftak- esteem since the campaign begau In
Ky ao Imt ove her schools. The c a a-e of hia beIsnterayus. batti
Ma institatflos for higher learaig in proclivities and ward-heeler m e-
are swentialy a part of our ree ods that he seems alsuost pitliully
OBgoI satev m and without them thWa small by comparison with either Bry-
aeteam weel be hopelessly dwarfed& an or Taft. It ft were posslio flor
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Why Danville Sticks By
"Uncle Joe" Cano
He's the best advertisement the
town of Danville ever had.
He makes work for the men tn
yDinvne. *vem if the ovrmnumnt
S o have to pay the bills.
He is the cause of many promi-
nent men visitfg DnIvlUe.
He is always dong something
for the home talk.
He has helped alo g many your
men who couldn't see much of a
future Min Danville.
,very one in the little town
knows him asnd is proud to aemil
him "Uncle Joe."
S The prominence Menley gave
to Canton "Uncle Joe" gives to
Danville.
Danville doesn't care a rap what
the rest of the country think of
"Uncle Joe.' and us ready to stick
by him so long as he sticks by
Danville.
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meat but for 'Uncle Joe." He may
run the country. i5 i.e never forgets
"No. I hardly think 'Uncle oJe' will
have to remain home so long as he
cares to go back to congress."
Man after man that one meets in
meant on behalf of "Uncle Joe." They
realize that the speaker is up against
the hardest fight of his political life.
*but they can't see bow he can be de-
feated any more than the admirers of
John L. Sullivan could Imagine his de-
feat in the days before he met his
Waterloo at the hands of a certain
Mr. Corbett.
Church Element Says Lfttl.
The church people, who are suppos-
ed to be fighting him with all their
might, are saying very little about It,
but the labor leaderabere ate as con-
fident of victory as the professional
rainbow chasers about the national
headquarters In Chicago. -
The practical certainty 1% however,
that the church people win be diap-
pointed, the labor leaders aaazd. the
democrats again resigned and the re-
publicans exultant when the votes are
counted next Tuesday night.
Gompers and his men can lay down
the law about "Uncle Joe's" opposition
to the demamns of "labor"; the church
people can hold up their hands in
shocked horror at his profanity and
his disregard of their demand for a
specified brand of temperance legila.
tion; the democrats can howl them-
selves black in the face about CauN
nonism," legislative obstructions,
czarism, absolutism, and all the reE
These arguments and aceesatioIa
only make the republican workers


him to keep reasonably quiet during
the remainder of hAi term he ,might
recover some of lbsjost ground, wit
tiat is alimost too c to hope for.
Providence is ano always on the idS
of the heaviest p fund I.p
idential e eetiMs,'9f.,we wll know
more about It after the votes are east
today.
The New York dua sbws Its char-
acteristic indii"free to 'consisteacye
when in one Issue It urges the maotht
to support Taft atd in the next de-
nounces Roosevelt, all of whose p6li-
cies Taft is advocating every day on
the t4mVp ..... .
Rockefeller nsmounesa himself for
Taft all right despite the fact that the
strongest card of the Rosevelt ad-
amnistration which Taft says that he
fully endorses Is the war it has been
making on the Standard Oil corpora-
Uon. Old John D. knows which party
in his real friend and that his crowd
has nothing to fear It the Rep.hBean
party remains Ia power.
Collier's Weekly is supporting Taft
in a perfunctory sort of way and
aays that he would be "an Ideal
to select judges, perhaps -the ost
Important function which the next
president will be called upon to per-
form." Yes, judges to promote the
injunction Industry, but that will rd-
ly commend Judge Taft to the labor
element of this country.
The schools and the judiclary--,
these are the two factors perbaW
more important than all the rest upon
which the very civilimmation a Flrie
Is based. To strengthen both is the
sole object of the three constitutlomal
amendments uon which the people of
this state will vote today. To vote
against them is to vote against
aid to our state schools, aid which wfll
tall so lightly upon the individuald ta-
payer that he will hardly know It, and
without which their educational value


And There's the Soldiers'

Home, One of the Finest

in the Country.


ALL THE HOWL IS

OUTSIDE BAILIWICK


But When Votes Are Count-

ed You Can Bet Cannon

Will Be Back.

ssile. Then they go out and tell the
laboring men how "Uncle Joe" has
just put through an appropriation for
a now $275,000 federal building which
is to be erected next year.
"And you know how he is," they
say. "None but union men can get a
job on that building. That means
work for you."
Helps the Home Boys.
"Uncle Joe" is the inventor of a
scheme that has enabled him to give
employment to a great many young
men who have since returned to the
district to work for him at elections.
This scheme involves getting a place
in a department at Washington for
a boy who wants a college education.
The Wasmhngton colleges ar run very
conveniently for the benefit of the peo-
ple in the departments, so that a
reasonably active youngster who gets
out of his office at half-past 4 in the
afternoon can attend evening recita-
tions without devoting all his time to
work and having nothing ieft to play.
"Usele Joe's" one requirement for
sUKh a job for a constituent or the son
Qt one, is that immediately upon grad-
uation from college, the job holder
must resign, so that another may get
a chance.
There are scores of pension bills on
his roll and there is a soldiers' home
here, about the biggest and finest in
th country. It has 4.0M inmates, and
it brings a pretty penny to Danville,
not to mention the half million or
more of pension money that the old
soldiers receive and spend.
"All the trouble with this district."
smid the man whose summing up is
quoted above, "is almost all outside it.
You wo't find It here at home. It is
Made by fellows who live somewheree
.else.. Bat there Isn't anything wrong.
We are all right. The men in this
dnlrict know what is good for them."


nas=t be materanly diminished; and
a a aeut the amendments is a
_rte e OMair the efficimency of our
Jial systeWm 'by o verworking and
un Pin the judges who adminis-
ter w is.- There you have it all.
Vote for 11 the amendments. for
odB soois aend laws well adminis-
tered are necessary for the well-being
qO evr-y man, woman sadl child in

Mr. Bry calls attention to the fact
t4 I Geromaany the money deposits
In s savings banks are all guara-
teed Md with the fear of loss thus
reiapved 1he German people have
maay bundreds of million on deposit.
iA thds aafutry a vast amount never
reaocbe the banks because there is no
legat g ntee of safety, a d unthritt
Mnd itngravidence are encouraged to
Just that extent.
Our state school for the deaf, dumb
and bHaW at St. Augustine is depend-
out wholly upon the uncertain action
of the legiSSature sad the charity of
the public for support. Such a con-
dition probably exists in no other
state in the Union sad we should be
proapt to change it here by voting
for the amendment which gives a
fixed annual measure of support to
that nstitation. The school is en-
titled to abseotute guarantee from
the people through the constitution
that it ill receive at least the smail
smianf mc provided by the proposed



L THE FARMERS IN
* THE CAMPAIGN. 4
New' Orleans States.
*

It is. conceded even by the republic
can leaders in Iowa that Taft will lose
at i sA 10o0,000 republican votes in
that ate, 4but as great as such a lots
would he It-could not overcome the
11d,M5 majority RooSevelt received


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woauahp. E ya w sen yo- of what grade, that may be had for the pri
four dollars goes as far bert am fiw dollars at the ordinary .
Hanome rpches Sr .L7 and $0, and others on up -)
Odd dreH-rt f.fIlk osk swened front, beveled pte or, roomy draws and of Vwy uM-
-ome aPwearae, r PU a rd $1u.0m.
Mattingl din at 35 cents a yard, better qmuhty tap e shave uis oes .a
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in 194 and give the electoral vote of'
Iowa to Bryan. But this estmted
republican defection in a state which
has log been a stronghold of that
party is significant inasmah as it
shows the tremendous force of the
current toward deaa-crac in other
states of the west, where there are
no sucH majorities to overcome. There
fore, it the estimate of the loss of re
publican votes in Iowa Is correct, the
election of Bryan may be predicted
with absolute confidence.
In all the states of the mAdle west
many thousands of farmers have turn
ed to Bryan in spite of the fact that
they have been blessed with abundant
crops. They are supporting him be
cause there is not an article of neeos
sity, except such as they produce, of
which the prices are not controlled by
the trusts. Their vision has cleared
wonderfully in recent years and today
they see that on their plows and har-
vesters, the lumber they use, the wire
fences which.,enclose their farms, the
carpets In their homes, the glass in
their windows and on almost every
thing they buy, they are compelled tc
pay a heavy tribute to some tariff
bred monopoly.
The fact Is there are none who are
so much despoiled by the predatory
tariff system as the American farm-
ers and workingmen, yet it is pre-
ten4ed by the defenders and bene
Iciaries of the system in the face of
the most convincin evidence of the
absurdity of the prevention, that a
scheme which robs the masses of the
people of their earnings and enrichee
monopoly, is the agency of our nation
al prosperity. Today the farmers of
the west know -bow deep the tariff
cuts into the profits' of their toil
hence they are turning to democracy
as the only party that promises tc
give them relief trom the robbery they
have suffered for many years.

WORSE STILL.
Jacksonville Tiha4UnioMlem


Some of the gentlemen who favor
the amendment that, If adopted by
the people, would empower the legis-
lature to fix the salaries of judges.
say that the salaries of circuit Judgas
should not be uniform, and if the leg.
-islature were authorized to fix the
compensation the Judges who reside
where living sla expensive could be
paid more than those who live where
It is Inexpensive.
There is nothing In the amendment
that authorizes the legislature to vote
different salaries to the different
Judges and there is nothing whifo
forbids it to do so. We defer .to the
opinions of those who say this might
be done, and accept It as possible
since fthe proposed meini meat would
not hamper the legislature in fixin
salaries .
No proposition could be submitted
to which we would be. more uncom-
promisingly opposed tlan the propo-
sition to permit the legislature to pay
one circuit judge one salary and an-
other a larger or smaller one. It
wouldM be entirely unjust. Circuit
judges are equal in authority, equal
in position, and the one who lives
in a town of high price* is not nseces-
sarlly superior in any respect to oup
who lives where living is cheaper.
No one asserts for a moment that
there is ek inequality of ability
or character of services performed.
The claim that one should be paid
more than the ether is based on the
idea that one needs more than tie
other to live equally well.
This would not be paying men for
service, but in proportion to their
necessities. An well pay a large sal-
ary to a poor man dependent entire-
ly upon his salary and pay nothing
to one wealthy enough to live without
it. This would throw to the winds
the idea of justice in fixing salarlex
and would place the state la the atti-
tude of taking care of Its officials ac-
cording to their vae4s.
We think this would place the ju-
diciary in a very eundigulnfed attitude.
The question in fixing a salary would
be 'ot "what are you worth to the
people?" but "what can you get along
oB?" We do not see how a judge
could Invite tae legilature to exam-
ine his grocery, butcher and make
bills with the request that it pay him
enough to meet them without feeling
very undignified. Every judge should
be paid what the uerviees of a Judge
should be wort- lal then he should
take care of his own marketing.
The amendment authorizing the
creation of additisal Judicial circuits
should he adopted and ihen the leg-
islature should divide these circuits
so that each judge wouM have approx-
tnately an equal amoutII work, dil
for this equal wotk the judgess sheIld
be paid equally. We would object to
entrusting the power of creating mdi-
tional drc to legislature M the
a way that o. 'stand but the
growth of te- s malk this Impos-
sible; so the pe-t should be entrust-


ed to the only body that can ma -
the changes as trequetly as they arW'
needed. As it Is we are uin-teraW-
opposed to blindly giving the legtI4-
tuns the power to fx salaries when-
the people can attend to the matter
themselves and kiew what they am


* OUR FRANK N I"
* PEN NYLVANiA. *
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* Allentown (Pa.) Democrat. 4

"The Hon. Frank Clark, of ForMs.
was*tIe next speaker. Mr. Clark it
a typical southerner, a d immediate-
ly caught his aidleace end held there
attention throughout his remarks,
and there was deafening applemes
when be remarked that in his e6W
nation this campaign was as import
ant as the war. ?
"He spoke in part as follows:
Taft has a different story whei%
ever he goes. When he was In the
South they actually turned their back
to him. The South is not for sale to
Mr. Taft or anyone else. The South
has sworn to protect a principle, and
they will.
"The tariff is a tax, and everyone
pays the tax on what you eat aid
what you wear. If every man realli-
just what he Is paying there would
be a revolution. You would shoulder'
your musket If a federal tax collector
came around to collect the tribute
you are paying daily to the trusts.
"'The republicans now say that
the tariff should be revised, but they
want the friends of proteetio to do
the work. The democrats claim It
should be revised for the Interest o
the common people. If the repabit-
cans win, Joe Cannon, C. Payne 4.
John Daisell will revise the tariff
"*The republican party has qW
diated God Almighty .They lay claim
for the rain, the crops, etc. They am
now going around claimng to be th
friend of the laboring a. T -
boring man doesn't want fttery. be
wants his dues. The1 4Moorwi0
party Is hi friend, e-tl-Utied by the
act, not the declathml.
"'LAst winter a large number of
labor bills were brought up in the
hose,. but the czar of that depart-
met, Joe Cannon, killed them ti
committee, when the Democratic
members pleaded md Ind to ive
them come up for -a.t"sl th ReIt
publican leader s "Wl Omd e. e
ddledt when Roo n s, tso C6a-
non smiled when labor Wta a jast
demand. 1Is ethe r Aepu0 to ammo
or is an empire -'rAg- .
"rThere is .iOI, 'vZ _u ae
contest than in any O tWOr I kha
Tht contest will detstinte the &A*
of every Amern b=^ y ` t ftqtq
"And oOMcludteg. aM 'S'
of late and malbe havo 4he hmU
at one who is. p.re In
private life, the
living American, Wli W
$ryan.'
"It was several atu innt~ v .
prooesidlng OCoer oulU be uV

WET OR DRY STA0 mI.. .9
Palemka -Cer



hose b0iaess during t~m wet _Or4
regimes may be of general iimtrt,
aid sows to what extet erime .a
been lessened in Patna8 aoguty -o
booe was voted out:
Wet. Otober.. 19, 40 arrest Nor
member, 3T arrests; Decesber 3 9 ap
rests; January. 17. 31, artets; ,-
rery. 33 arrests, March IS 'r,-t*
April 18 arrests, May 27 ars
2 arrests. July 31 krrests. A t It
arrest, Septber array
Dry. October. 1T7. 14 ,rits. NO
member 3 arremts, Decehu J Chri
mast) arrests. January. ar-
rests, Febmny 2 arrets, May 1 ia*
rest, June 4 arrests J 1 grtt An.
gust 2 arrests Sept-br rres
One might note that 14 of the 3)
In the dry year were *4t mothe-
chieflthy as a result of a iSundays
s*io to St. AugustIe, as mIany remy

A Payie s -
Mr.eJohn White, of Highland
Ave., Bauto, Ma~'s' Spa: "Uas
been tsb wed w o uI very win.
tser ag tpring at '3t! 1
many c rtisted .biIiIut the
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oWductlon of a noted missionary charao MR A DAY.
M." -1 ..ter.. who later may become identified TUE8DAYNOVEMBER 3. Soaps
I T to h aBB a d i y PLEASANT CARD PARTY at with CreaO e soap
AT PROGRESS CLUB. Codfish Balls.e. Stamped Potatos turef claim t
.a ltlike OfThe ls ndies fthe Temple Beth-El Toast. Oraae Maraada
l'-btA" ......... C M entertained at the Progress Club Co prodCt IS S
rooms yesterday afternoon, at a. pmo Lumob.
_____________- ... .. :greslve euchre party. The event Creamed Salmon a la Hollna se O
-' / ;;" '- passed off in a very pleasant manner French Fried Potatoes.
S-for all concerned Mrs. Aex. chko Light Biscuit. Honey. vOry.
o ad FroiecM teind o. Pombly it
second. The 4woceeds of yesterday's Cles Soap-
*m *w e t win go toward wellngthe ter- Roast Lamb WIth a Mint Sace. ethr you nor
ago. l .aoO Daily Tll November 14th, pe fd cream" re o s. sensible wo
,. t. A ... w. Nx,. Paos N PERSONAL MENTION. Celery. To ese. bother with
e : arnes as i. cstmms, e th Avee Ea. Mr. and Mrs W.Tw. Betswor, orwi ra n Saue.. good" kind! f
- -. .ILCNo AveFast Strong street, are the parents of
Sl a: Watson.Parker &Reese Co lturdaymng. vene .a rIt Soa
....bu .... : Saturay lornng, b somewMat eret ta shape ittatii k
S Y. Evryhig to Wear. Miss Alice Brown, of Florala, is in from that of last year. te latest aiod-
pm ,9 at P s Chkf, te 8 8 tfl-12 p. the city on a viatt to friends for a few els being somewhat concave. C
I... rfromla. t: e sta V. -. nt th IS **days.
: :Miss Sara Ele leaves for Camp novelty e4 t, i- t --nor
L -,.-_..., 3.,. ___Wsalton today, after having spent a look well on the big ]elvet shaps.
Brh Rda .... .e* ...st.-, MiMSle 0e m Maee. N. Bar-* few days with Pensacola friends on Willow plumes of medium leath are
l a. with 30 years to. credit, the ab- Mr. Whaley i a young man of ster- her way home from the fair at DelFun- "In it" once more
4100 0 Mrs. C.L W w, 1204 B. 13th sence of one -black mark" dartg t llug qualities, being a successful bust- k. Misa Elce, who is an artist of t
ll ,*. : period standing well for the credeo- ness man, and It Is with genuine some note, has mnny friends and ad- Cords and tassels, deoutac ed te- tribute to the city of
Siray XLB. 4. 0 Leat at =k' Pariors at 3:30 tisl of the man. He acte au clef pleasure that hise Pensacola friends mirers in this city. btoldered tole de 7ay ile lementsa however, inc
S engeer on the U. 8. S. Ixe with will learn of hi intention to include trimmng par excece ored unfortunate condition
l, Wr W ~~~~iry to MI. Mle. Bass, Mrs. B. P. Admiral Schtey during the Spanitsh thbl'city in his bridal trip which is The many friends o Mr. P. Stone garments and, no w er, colder spectacle a dreary
American wwar being able to eount the Intention of thyo couple to illnbe sorrtolearn of his serious theucce that has already atteed en candles would shi
S. AY. flguredat that time. Those preset The following cards have been andleveforNew Yorkilltomrrowasrdinl an Ostrich feathers are most used In made debate by a N
t M t Oes hlab. at Suday's interesting event were as celved by friends this city: te. tomorrow a an- medium lengths. There are some tips
LJ..i b ttUr .r--HE tes Mrs. IL. J. eeves, Waisted by follows: Mrs. JuHa Barker Lyon l. and also ome lon plae; n fact, Ieather condtions p
-4 p. a4 I Mesars. and Medames Martin will give in marriage her daughter Mr. W. H. Knowles who is in New some the ostrich iee e ig the evt
Jones. Gus Ungerer, Martin Jones Julia Farnworth York. will be detained until next weekk hapes are simply immenae i m.*e eust, of lht
_. ~AT_4RDAY. and Miss Marie Jones, of Warringtmn, to by important business matters that is, they ook so before tey ar Tst of lh
at- Sat7 yaON ivw by Paymaster and 3Mrs. Hackett. and Prof. and Mrs. Jones, of Pensa- Mr. John Hickman Whaley y Ipra b se on the hatb a a g graves is ah old o
fMptr MpiNtary to Misses Coachuman and Munnerlyn. cola on the afternoon of Thursday Novem- Mr. and Mrs. J. 6. cGaughey have fact, o many places, bi
mat MrU R.. IP. MLtche, haoMtems Miss Jenate Stilman, West Cer-. ber twelfth, at five o'clock returned from bth east, where they- Instead of an inlet panel down side a vicilUties which wer
Si treet. 11 an'. 1a. -* CHRYSANTHEMUMS SUFFER AS 1346 South Main St. have been enjoying a deHghtful so- of skirt from ip to hem, a few mod- by the Preach and Sp
RESULT OF HALLOWE.EM PRANK- HopkinsviUe. Kentucky. )oun.. els show two rows of heavy satn but- The Keneral sorrow
** 4*****4 **** *****4 ** ****** A Hallowe'en prank, which was far The pleasure of your presence is tons running down the ful length thedeadonAnSouls
from appreciated by the unfortunate requested. Dr. ad Mrs. R. C. White have re- These re laced together with loos lived, has a tendency
'MM -victims, will serve to rob the coming At home after December first, Angelus turned from the quarantine station. of heavy, rough silk braid. It is an Ins earthly difficulties
,M ".lW RRMN GIOUNDI. the guseas sent: Misses Blanche chrysanthemum show of its interest Apartments, Memphis, Teen. and Ms. Turner effective touch on a plain skirt. about a more sympathy
USns 2 back lsold es aa1t Bouner, Anmae Chaffin, Ruby Sweeney., somewhat for several of the members Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Turner aag between sorrowla
t1 e Marie Jones, Lillian Touart, Grace of the School Improvement Assoeia- MONDAY AFTERNOON EUCHRE spending a few weeks at Powelton. Strange vagaries mark fashion's ex- mourn on this night
S twa stretch the valleys Robnoon. Hilda Rance. Evelyn Rob- tion who were planning to exhibit col-. MET.WITH MRS. LINDSTROM. Mr A. la tertaini h cursions into new realms dress, cause.
eron and essrs. Roy Bell, George elections of the out-door variety of The regular meeting of the Monday daughter, Mrs e g There are sleeves that difer entirely
w ia w Mfe weary grew -a Oldalxom. 'Dean Gardner, Rupert "mums'X In several instances, in Afternoon Euchre Club took place yes- ule rer, o from te rest of the dres n point They Take the
slhef g r st Pearl, Gilbert Hubbard, Brnest Gross fact, the marauders tore up great torday afternoon at the home of Mrs. ___. of fabrics and tunics aad shawl drp. "I have used Dr. K
A4 puet all Him WW-t wo Johan, Victor Hggard, Lester Le. quantities of the blooming plants by Uldstrom on West Government Mrs. FB. R. Pitt is confined to her series that bear so resemblance what*. P Wor e years.
4. 10* Seur, Wealey Gardner. Russell Rob- the roots, a fact wiich will came street All those who were in attend- home with Illness. soever to the corsages and petticoat satt~ton. They tak
ertso Victory Rukey, Bernard Nel- some very choice specimens to be b- *nce report a most enjoyable after. --- they decorate. lac ver and
Wi t.he 8m. Is where soe soe. Tracy Mlffta, Misses Blanche OM- sent on the date of the e*aiitio noon. MT Lindstrom proving a most Miss Salle Wright has returned
iaMw erd t oan. Flora Cooper, Doris Crona, which Is Friday the 13th. A Mie Wa whmapered -1 aorth twilight Isabelle Davidsoa. Josephine Nelson, election of indoor blonsoms, however, the guest of friends. concerning veils. Those that are factory at all druggits
aIsabelle aelL Gertrde Bazaell, will be on exhibition in the Keyser EM ST WI ARS. worn now are Ju-tly called mummy
04 1 SarSWw only Marguerite Montague, Lillian David- building opposite the ourt e. ANDERSON YEST RAYTHE WOMAN BEAUTIFUL. veils, because they drape the face so Dance and I
tNa sW. Cleanmy Nelson, Louise Small- The'fomademoetatthehome of Mrs. NOTE.-The Journal will be glad completely and are won in fold after b,, ,-, n to.
Th2 M tlycry e ahe thigs ad wood Utta Smallwood, liarle Mon. POPULAR YOUNG PENSACOLAN Warren Anderson on West Gregory to answer ay questions which may told right across he tace an uder by O. ... L
taue, Gladys Arns, Anna M. Crok. TO WED SOON. street yesterday afternoon, a pleasant be directed to this department. Ques- tfae chin. The head looks as it in. 0F. We ..S.~
sone of Rv. td Mrg S Aene.vA nna M. Cr eak. _nd_ Do jetwn of l bmeeti nge ... ..... ....
Mary -A. Creak, Ethel LeSeur, Blancae The many friends of Joeh Wbaley, and protable meeting being the re tiona will be published' without signa. closed in a bag, ad the t tre Odd Fellows a
e"Mid U ree e Daris avidDoo son of Rev. and Mrs. Perelval feysit. esu tures and answered In full. A cor- scarcely to be see. mission 25 cents.
-luB cf this eity, were Mlersed P receive History," Mesdames C. W Oliver wad respondence Is invited.
its ls tsoU yellow. hsMEETING AT WOM 'S announcements of his J. Reeves reading it resting p. There s a e leather that i HAVRL
e s lHOaME TODAY AT 4 O'CLOCK. weddg yesterday the inteuSSettg pers on appropriate subjects. A Subscriber: "Please print a re- belng used for hats calle shUagreen.
T the blod-ered an A est M -portant meeting of the event to occur on November 2th .at WOMAN'R cipe in The Journal for removing A hat was noticed the other ay ade a A:*tted
-4 i" ady manser of the Woman's Home Hopkin ville, Ketucky, at the e m CMAN'S FOREIGN MISS1'IOARY stains from the hands, anr also for of chestnut-colored baren wLith Sa Franciseo, Nov.
SB MI tat Mla d b" occ i afternoon at 4 o'clock, ofthe young lady. isMi Ji -.CIEWY MEETS TODAY* keeping them in a soft condition." pale brown ostrich feather tpped with compalons still laghe
:" i. S -- ^ a will occtteur ce belag urged. The Pas worth Lyon, a Ke s bee 'IBe Wom s Foreign Missionary Use lemon juice for the removal of white maratbout lyng-over it, which pantrys, Bert Have
Sl-Aratler tnr ia hi la s ln very satisfactory wor Kent bele. Society of the Gadsden Street Metho- the stains, applying it regularly night had black strings attached to it ma~- -o'r Die country aa
^ .Z--- A- condition at ieset; and plans are to morning. A good benzolna ad ed by a biding of black velvet on cemdimua and a brothl
be -Made Mir the esmingawinter season. almond lotion may be secured at any the brim. eavel ded yte
TOAY. TMe Wm a ea's Hlme Is one of Pen- reliable druggist's, which contains all . e d yem
S1sIIacola's -popelar and best loved of the Ingredients necessary to the It is hard to nd a sirt ti to promtence'
M- s= charitable IaIUtutiods. t* beauntifying of mJIlady's hads. atit e a It.y i
t e-., ife. d lon ed t o.1 it y ow7 r w a T* .. -- .. ,
A TRLEPHON eHOUR. Mrs. A. E. J.: "I am unable to flat edges of the openl may be c l-
large am mor of A girl whboqe eagements are Aleep. Can you give me an exer- ed with buttons ad bpteaboles which
iS/ s i l .. thiO day Smmy andV is therefore out a good cise to induce healthyy slumbers?'- are fastened from top of waist to end
S y dej ha established a telephone hour. OR MAN AND BEAST. A favorite remedy for this particu- of corset, but if t)e srt fastens in 5 COiaIOf
way 'her friends are always .lar malady, which Is quite common front the back is litted otly th AmICrCn p n
| 9. 'suVN r. *e of ctchn-gef hgbr an the wire. aiMl nSi eBmad. P m!m yrIsd. with the woman with nerves, accord- without att a h angs .i n jstrai
I-.AA*Y 'IVRN AT she coea la for many unexpected a l, B b ad W C i, -ad L a Li lag to physical culturists. Is as fol- lines. e to ot lon,
KW10 S GATURDAY. otl tlaes that otherwise might be qu yI- elows: Clasp both hands at the back Mn t n ewae are f ae are o 1
~s 0n a' party wuasMM S& 0 tdid thiss it was al- cmSASof the neck, rising to the tip toes. s wing .-
a kaElwE.9 Mir% Jenate Ms t lisndo nto ge tiher. Now, If w -a 'Lwae B e ommd '* in .* Stand as rigid as possible for a few howig a tou tru or -
aIIt- .I sIltlm h e is] naDot at hoere at tae telephone A postd 3W5u W kisgyss 133 t heWla "isrn a Nat D5nt"ht." moments, aen l ents...nd then, still on the tip jig of
time she call up the hom and tells LYIO MAMW *CI l COq 48 h St.. RIWOGInr .T of t toes, walk slowl back and for stance, a black t Is beautil
-inA o' r ~ ftler the Maid where she spay be reached. across the room, until the drowsiness, m e Med witata a e a
Stur.er ases o Th me arrnagument works to a charm, woieh is bound to be the result, a hmaterial-e c or -. a-as g la
"to -ee81w-oanmseae rpaayed, nso sad nothing would induce finally felt. This is a never-f ling trimmed r a-er or panmae tan M
15Nh saSatlOSi s th r to go bleck to the haphazard fash- Fremedy, he d & l
at ate etrras aofaydi no time. The Joo rnal D a y Faship Featre Dr-pen ty of milk. especially h a dire a new t t l ke
I met EN. STREElT SUNDAY before retiring, if you would benefit an dress quite a new eret mla be obtan-
sm at bei nb Yt HOOL ,ALeLY overworked neSous system. ed by Just a little .modern tl
jS0.1 0WOllw e n ll of the most successful rallies ......... which Ahtels ap th w i at
wht e hae ever occurred in a local A simple and effectilve remedy is once shows the wearer is ap to date.V
g- w oiSunday school took place on Sunday to bathe the eyes with a boratio acid A charmias coat for a small girl ts
e'OyCa Suntd moran tay t c 30 o'clock, wheon thenay solution. Pour a pint of boiling wat-fashioned from oldeen .brown stin.
th 'T as Xeyolasmiie j peor i e ofo t he churlo towen her ter ony a tablespoonaul of b orlaclc acid The body is bored fra straight side and there would i
tMf tthe ~dss, es Ca. ung pumeroles frates c rom other powder and when It cools bathe the plaits held In place bt I ew belt -et
5w emr tta tme, dePominatiaons gat ered t thed Sunday sol: e- several -times a day. Use a well down. Te slBetves are we w e t so.
school rooms, ina honor of the in gterest.un glass eye cap (0r the ba*th and every full, taken inot Vandyke foe cus. ee 4 a
2 at.s t eerl em t. la evt. c .plans cn erring which part of the -eye will be beneated A collar to match Is the f nsh to the-_
SC- iatd .e tk I attracted onsder ble atte ntion t neck.
s- a1acmesmlu'e It durlg att at slt wd"e uat o If the- heart Is weak but otherwise Other materials besides satin willbei
-m d th Ia tThe entire allo r l roaeeded with- k normal it ca often be strengthened equally appropriate Broadeleth and ti
S ears, oaf out a biteh, most enjoyable morn- by active leg movement, such as rising serge will of course, be more practi-
tht tar hith am mstenoyable morn -- on tiptoes, swinging the legs back cal. Electrical fixtuies,
Sth Were la attedane The young eo- - forth and In a circular motion, he drectore r d the girdle telephone brk
eI attendane. Te young po a flexing the foot and knees and running. of that period, both developed from NO CONTRACT TC
m~gealts h.e pie, In fact, were recipient of manb" This last should be begum slowly and ribbon, will be used a-. accessories to NO CONTRACT TC
es manner c thch matters were con- not continued lon at rst. the late summer, toilets.
P~le ter -- are.duct Tandayschool u dst t~sel inan One of the best things for tbe skin wear, these c.tmrala tri a notW P
ten es ni- dst Sunday chool finds itself In an is the regular use of bran or cornmeal difficult to make at home, for the rib.
__ __ _ __ _at the event e fits annual rally this pbas for the hath. To make them, bonds can be box-plaited on one edge
at ent ts auare ts fll a aofthinelothtwo-thirds withand sewed down to a stored
gw t e od work are especially sp and a little pulverized orris root, ho n om bDE CC
.. year fraught with the usual success should soak in the water for Thib stripes of bias satin Se to go NATIONA
AM. AND Mi _. ADOLPH OHEN[ minutes before the beginning of the around tbie waist t to ts Per Presdentlal ElecU
TRTAINED SUDO AYH COHEN bath. It will prodn. a delightful back, the ends Wseg knott at left H. P. Bailey"
sat Mrs. A Y.lph Cohen enter- lather over the body and there is no side frontP.W. Butler,
Mr. an Mrs.Adelsn Cohn .ntr. W.- Butledr,


taed at their home on Smday night. I ski so rough that it will not become Robt. E. Davis.
S- etal event haevin been given in honor smooth if this is taken two or three A TRUE LEMON Geo. C. Martin,
at Mr. and Mrs. P. Stone, who were time a week for some weeks. No True lemon eItract, whieh Blue Samuel Pasco.
SAUto have departed for New York today I harm will co"e, If the bath bag is Ribbon is, is a da ghtfal dainty ts- FTr Cong-reesna:
ii AiS but whose trip will be deterred until I used twice or three tim's. but it vor, entirely difereut fhm the weak. D. H. May.
the latter recovers from the illness should never be used after it has or. entirely diU ent fro $e weak. -
awith whiclr he was stricken early Sun- become our. acid, interior, rd STATE NOMI
day morning. Women who are too stout may nowr -Albert
Sixteen O the llt friends ofth re oice, for Prof. Morits. of Paris, has f o i
S, a uor w ulch ecbreep bidden to eun- discovered that an exclusive diet of
Cohen home, a mast pleasant event milk will cure obesity. A small quan- ea
S n&CMent ban t he ig been reported, despite the factu- t of kide or heart troublenk, Hoever. wia i- g upALL
that the.sas Ine saofI n ort Mr.t ax this ecepton, nothing else must be- in TTW. e Rp




. a b at Mrs. Stone not attend on -ew wa-o that e tonmah benut milk. The Wo Grave a fr p. S
od 4-Count of the ul fortunate condition ofee do nt will suffer neither ungerwl time only to notrr a o la ,i C. yH oo
S1M, l t h "leW ky Mr. Stom A surqe db ner was serv- thirst, and the cure seems easy. One ra w l eah




Sed, after which euchretook prevailed in h The model here show was designed or semifo al eve g wear, eey at avoid all indisretions bee y-e with o r--
Thel a late bar. B a Mr. and Mrs ecia attract it color one ays. The cures especially to be ffol- in va to er e .
ohena re blant enterta of which owners and he cener of h where the patient of the b br tl for a n n
-- f the event passed off with muchu- form- kidney or heart troulong sleeves of white hat lace. Wde as eld of the h i possible, and honor of AH o d




t estiale cities willbe around the bodice, the del b carried out in apricot tin esaao, the ae. an attempt to do that were obtaiNed by th- Tathfo wte. NI. h
S e ts year from te service with esro r the s e arcely too much to say that who had to ay rt. .
Hhiefenginee fthereis a cure. The first t73ng to do
Mrhe Mart in bJones t e ngineerof n Is to determine the cause or the head- MTightg O r=
th well w g ,binW.-.-'--. ache, if possible, and there are but
s well known bu cee Wa rrtngton few who bave long been affected who Grave c u 4 r a .
andP ac elt e 47th an- do not know what indlscretions will time, only o e m b-ou i a i
ulvrvehis i ohs birthevs,8und at"-Induce attseks, Those who suffer the rain sad e each Cases--Jm

bmw. Gp were anmed. a and was especially attractive ta its coloring and designs Th Clinging. b w arwo likely tonbe fol- in v ainle
e-pkbSaat spent by inattend- trailing skirt was without trmming, but t bodice was n*Wmseted w lth w" hesonaattacs. ly hn ondTe, at ls g ..
".., t -ehte fe of which was an emplecement in hand eimbieety In the center ot the front and a eveape every derangement of the burn brig for a tow Usmauts in --__e _pastomds
.&." couarseAe diNse-. yoke and long sleeves of wite Chn tilly lace Wide bias folds of the sy which exists, f possible, and honor of A]l Souls' 4mw. ,eenty srvsyuu
M .Joes.o is ne of Warring- satin were gracefully arranged o-er tine upper part of the slevesANNA- everyipart and fu on of Early in t h o
>: I and 17S. m'ako most estimable citi ens, will be around the-bodice, the model Ug tarried out in apricot satin meassal. t amn attempt to do that were obtained by the fthful patch-
,8. er thie yea from the service with e-hroifrg in the same ahn4e. te. t i do ems. who had cme.. ..m .. g.srir Cewbe, I 2,-C.
-A a- .... ._ .. -..-w--
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r igs .

e f ..n'H
hat their -
good" o x
as cheap"

is. But
aiy other,
Ian will
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the dead. ThE
reasiag in their
1, finally aade
one, when wa-
ver in the wet
of the graves,
Yvember driszle. ,-
were relit, the -
revalling, how.
t of much of Its
ag and decorate
ne, obsolete, I
at still clowg to
e early people "'
anisa. m
expressed for
' day. It is be-
toward reUlev.
, and to bring
etc understand.
g mortals, who
in a corn .os

inks Out.
king's New IAS6
with iacreasl-
e the ktiks eOo
bowels, without
N. H. Brown
ranteed sati '
. 25sc.
Euchre
dodge No. 10, 1
r. Belmont 4
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$1175.00.
SWe ore-oetig a very nice S-room. one-story dwellng on North Alca-
r t"e with a lot fronting 46 by 125 feet. OnE at Hil car line.

$1800.00.
S A buy' a one-story dwellng on North Resa street, near Gadsden
S' reems, with lot 60x125 feet. This is listed for only a

. g e e $2100.00.

a v a leBe home on DeVIIHer street, near Gregory street, of
WAN with. a lot 64t10 feet. Convenient to any car line.

?*C" Maps.


13% I budy to know that we
aottn fe time and turning out
'l material for building. -
Uadens rt. oetrftt
i 9IIU MADE., $i.: s puffs, $1.00;
An M c, from your own comb-
ti+hman hair furanshed. Laura
0s6 . Davis, corner LaRua.
. $lootlm*

To give you a chance at the
n cln nothing ad gneralI
now being given at my store.


bats e.ye-modelMandInow
Mrs. Evelyn
ilp~tfrst L*Ru. St. Soctim*
by a experented
Mt eft, ety Teter-



8good It on N. PItOA
"Exchange." Care Jour-
2soctwo
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ture CoWrmpany lls blankets.
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9 0t and ou sl reference. Ad-
Furniture i.o.. W. Government
a .a res 19octim

S;omo Book ore J a c. 2octlm
~.Ar *CT to make paur s ells b and
-toa::.ly or monthly ay et .
W, Ml and oan skesman o will call.





relpairaig- Lloyd & Baroco. 5
actonmiPhone 1>1. 26mept


-TBw-Your orders for freeh meat
r -sa, ". Delivered anyJ art of
' f Phonae a11w4. Idt

qaM-An kads of secad-hana
athem th us; ship them to
~ us: write to us. COarner
mt adAlcal streets Telephone
S F. 8 Meon & Co. -pt
AJ ,A buyer 16 lots ta oae
and ,ommw tb lo on East Ha.
&AniS mws.,7 N. Paaftox St. 2Wepttf


& OTWI-.F7ray. October 0tb. LLack halt.
d shawl. either oan iteedowcta or
a stied. Reward for return to 510
lateonaencta street. $asnevit
0gST-RBrown velvet cloak between peat-
d BIu Theatre. Reward for
g **e to Pensacola Eltric o.'s Gardes
we a t *tse.
T n-trayed or Stolen. one small dark
,answers to name of Gyp.
I saa w"ey Tag No. .94 Revapd
I Jo m i to o i W. Belmot. Ifetvw
by not spring The Sann-
the builders suppr" line. t
S. nov1tt
OST. STRATYD OR STOLI-N--Oe 15-
BMMgk-old watte and liver pointer,
bured aport. and one 6-month-old white-
beitanea-eare setter named Sam. LUb-
al reward for return to W. C. Barrt-
BMu, R. F. D. Cottage Hill. Fla. Sloctlm
L.T-i-malI. blark eaahmw'e shawl.
va nml by owner by reason of assecia-
Finder please advise Mrs. Van-
S Wnkle. CIL. Jac4kon street, on Bayou
Iematar. OetS-lw-'

SEDUCATIONAL.

low S ARS of Cicago win receive
ft I. v 3ce Nulture and beginners
E 3 ONorth 8r" nStreet

O IRY. Contratil: at the Presbyter-
ir *ue. would ake four or five
I n xnuim she would also
r / freet- t-i two pupils with good
S-,o "bve nov" r li d any training.
whuo ourld not study otherwise. Call
nna at 222 Spring St.. or phone 445.

L (CPNSERVATORY COURSE. Nor-
Sigbd_ Harmony, Theory. Peda-
ttudeats qualified for teaching.
a- warded. Phone W87. Madame
S .UdJSu. loctIm
SU* WILUAM PACKHAM. Mis, Bac.
R e and choirmaster of Christ
o" Ch Jches the Plano (Stuttgardt
C rat stigan (open threat ItaUian
Sorgan as theory( aicluding
*e.) P. 0. Addrem Peuacola.
*.r9Bsii-L oetl81m*


FOR SALE-Irsh setter pup, four months
old. Full ood. Phone 1635. lnovlw*
FOR SA B-Se1veral head mules, all In
good working condition. 365 and up.
Come ry if ysU want a bargain. Gar-
Seld moo Factory. novltf


FOR SALE-Theroughly kiln-dried rough
an die ltmber, sash, doors and
blinds. _lh-grade paints, oils and build-
ers' hawar. MSaunders Mill Co..2 -I E.
Garden street. novltf
FOR SAL Try a barrel of rosin chips.
Beet for a quick and good fire. Phone
9U6. C N. 3CovwteOn. 20 E. Brainard St.
Inovim*
FOR AI -l PeB-y carriage, in good con-
dition. Cost $3, will sell cheap. 461
.. Zarrswoa St. laoviw
FOR B SALE-By City of Penscola. one
l a ;safe, h e emM at city stables
on Bat Inte a street. For further'
particulars apply to C. C. Goodman.
Inewiw

FOR SALE--Saddle pony for either lady
r otig an. Apply corner 8th avenue
and Dnto S. Inovlw-
FOR L black miare with har-,
ness and B.aock buggy. Also young
Jersey cow. H orsea be bought without
buying-the b y. Call at 1000 North Al-
cani .St. novltf

FOR SAL--NIce family horse and run-
about for .sale cheap, at the Pensacola
Livery states. novltf
FOR fSALA-That 4-year-old gentle pony.
BuMgy nearly nw, harness and umbrel-
a.J. D. Goos. Box 443. 31ootlw
FOR SA.LB-On account of leaving the
city 1 wll oen my home with all fur-
rIneM cont v E. XGreenblatt. 133 E.

JUST Rqw.atvj a shipment of fine
sweet. e e, 70 cents per bushel
while theyr'lt. at B. Hoffmaa & Son's.,
Oor. Gregory and A rrgona Sts. 31octlW
350 MEPS SUITM togo at $4 50. values
from 0 to boys' and $3
suits to-tgo a"it. Muset vacate by
January lrt. I. GreenMatt. 139 E. In-
tendoeidab St. 31octlin
FOR SAL ie-HouseboM furniture of all
kinds; a one dtMon Phonegraph.
within reds, ar ew, in good con-
dition. Call or wrote Mr. L. C. Crabtree,
P. 0. Box 1. Meoi n. 5;3. ectlwo
FOR SALl--My lorne, buggy and har-
ness at a sacrifice. Ed. White. Care
The John White Store. 30octlw*
FOR EALE-150 case-bottom dining
room chairs as good as new. -ost $1.00
each. Must go at' 45c each. Will sell
one or many as you want. Apply Or-
pheuma tatre. 2oct-lw
FOR SALE'-one. Jesse French piano
g0d as new abmelutely taultless, will
el bsep. A in person or address Box
4 Sammi Ala. 2boct-w


ONE .AND .TWO-YEAR-OLD .Grape
es. Poach TreS. etc. Address Jas.
Blsolsey Feruil Vinqard, Contonment.
Fla.. or apply to C1y4o tomeley. Inion
Tratasg St e. 2loctlme
FOR SALE-r of 10 acres, 10 miles
fro e a Price $1500. Address
P. LH. P. 0. B O 8, Powacela. Fla.
l2octlm'


FOR SALE-A large mare mule in first-
class condition. The Fisher Real Estate
Ageney. oet21tf
FOR xAL- e onPay-Shoales Typewriter,
pra ctically new. Address Box A. A..
Pensaoola. Fla. 10Ot
FOR SALE-Blankets, comforts beid-
spreads. rugs and lace curtains. Weekly
sr monthly payments. Phone 971 and our
salesman will call. Solomon Furniture
Co.. W. Government St. looct-tm
FOR SALE-Timbered lands in large or
small tracts. Southern Real IEtate and
Investment Co., Flomaton. Ala. ottf
,LAUNCH,22% feet long. 44-in'h beam. 7
H. P. engine. Speed about 10 miles per
hour. Apply A. A. Wrighton, 6 W. Ro-
mana street. sept30tf
FOR SALE-A fine 2-story house with all
modern conveniences, on East Hill, one
block from car line and on a corner fac--
ing outh and east. Large lot. $3500.
FOR ALE-Deautiful home on Bayou
Ch es. the ihnpreveakcnts cost more
than the sale lrce, at 14000.
A 1-room heos and 5 lots on East HiU,
at $1SM.
A %-rom ue and 3 lets on West Gar-
den, i.
A G-room house, corner lot. N. Spring
St. Close la. 21300.
A 5-room house and lots on North
Spring. at $130.
A fine lot on tthe corner of Chase and
DeVUll sitreeta. at $2000.
Cottage on W. Government St.. $1_200
Cottage on LuitUe Bayou at $1500.
Some bmadneps oporty on Palafox,
Gara a lea IaFe lateOWdencu Sts. Pri-
ees Oe nime for sale.
A F.Za 6 aMsalt fardlen St.


A BKAUTiML HOUR FOR SAIE-No.
s6I East Gadsdew treet. 2-dtry. 7-
room housa. eod coe dtion, now rented.
tor $ O" ineth. Can be bought for
3Se. TermT s 1.0 per month. Mas large
lot. surrounded beautiful shade rees.
Apply B. K. ICluaX., at The Clatwr Musi
T' : -14011"


*$ lM-For 20-aere farm within 1 minutes
drive of Pensacola. Se did soil
good 4-room house and ie water.
8 acres under fence. $00 cash.
balance easy.

*t1750-Takes 6-room cottage with lot
60x132, No. 914 East Strong street.

$2500-Bran new cottage, now being con-
structed, all conveniences. No. 404
E. Jackson street. Easy terms.

Lots. other property for sale In all parts
of the city.


REAL


REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSUR-
ANCE;
Auoets Thikem Ui iM



FOR RENT.

FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished roams
In nice family, close to business center.
Apply No. 204 West Romana street.
24octlm*
FOR RENT.
Dwellings (North HillU.)-
2-story dwelling. North Hill, 10
rooms .............................. .$70.0
2-story dwelling. North Gullle-
mard. 12 rooms .................... 6.e0
2-story dwelling. North Palafox,
10 rooms ........................... 45.00
Dwellings (West End.)
No. 3.0 North Barcelona. 8 rooms 35.00
No. 509 West Garden. 6 rooms .... 26.00
No. 317 North Barcelona. 8 rooms 25.00
No. 521 West-Garden. 7 rooms .... 20.00
No. 402 West Intendencla, 7 rooms 20.00
No. 518 West Romana, 5 rooms .. 12..80
No. 423 West Roman&. 4 rooms... 10.U5
Four-room dwelling at PbhervUlle 10.00
Dwellings (East End.)
No. 116 East'Romana, 10 rooms .. 30.00
No. 722 North Sth Avenue, 5 rooms 20.00
No. 417 East Gregory, 5 rooms ... 18.@00
No. 133 East Intendencia. eamns 16.00
No. 812 East LaRua. 5 rooms .... 13.00
No. 814 East Wright, 5 rone ... 12.50.
Stores. O ces and Halls in all parts
of the city.
Agents Blount Bullino.I
HOOTON & WATSON
S THE RENTAL AGENTS." .
Call and Inspect Our Lists. Phome t4.

FOR RENT-Large brick warehouse e-
Railroad street. Apply to Jas. McHugh.
Inev


FOR RENT-
A warehouse with private sidetrack.
Stores East Garden st.. near Palafox,
$15 to $20 each.
S. W. corner Zarragossa and DeVil-
hers. $50.00.
317% South Palafex, upstairs, pool
room. $30.00.
Stores, Gadsden and Sth avenue. $10. '
104-106 South Tarragonna St., $20.00.
Houses-
508 W. Gregory, $22.50.
119 S. Baylen, $20.00.
Fisherville. modern, $17.5.
16 W. Romana. $15.00.
519 W. Gregory $22.50.
1113 N. 9th avenue. $1UA.
1009 Strong St.. $16.00.
37 E. Romana. $26.00.
2200 N. Spring. $10.ee.
1622 N. 7th, $12.50.
710 West Main. $940.
1115 W. LaRua. $7.00.
1301 W. Intendencla, $8.00.
JOHN N. DAY.
4 Bast Garden St.

FOR RENT-Store building on S. W.
Corner Zarragesa and Baylen streets.
Apply McMillan & McClure, 9 W. Inten-
dencia St. Phone 271. oct27*f
FOR RENT-A furnished cottage of four
rooms at the Old Mill Inn. Apply to
Miss Lillie Taylor. 20oct
FOR RENT
tores.
DeLuna Street ................... $25.00
309 E. Intendencia Street .........$ 6.00
10 S. Tarragona Street ..........$10.00
120 S. Tarragona Street ..........$12.00
13 W. Romana Street .............$83.35
7 N. Palafox street ...............$40.0
Store near Palafox Street.
Boarding House*-
National Hotel. 18 rooms .........$640.00
300 E. Wright Street .............$25.00
Dwellings-
Cor. 1tth Avenue and 13th street..-18.00
1401 N. Sth Avenue ...............x1.00
1800 N. Palafox Street ............5I1. 0
11T East Cervantes .............. 15.00
922 E. DeSoto Street .............IS. 00
905 North Reu Street ...........15.ee00
74 W. Zarragesa Street ......... 10.
207 N. Reus Street ............... 15.00
916 E. Strong Street ..............415.00
1211 i. Cervantes Street .......... bt.50
1Sth Avenue and 13th Street ....S12.50
Cor. 15th Avenue and 14th Street. .316.00
1309 E. Strong Street ............. '12.50
4 E. Intendencia Street ......... Mo.*0
8W. E. Government Street ........q15.00
1;07 E. Strong St. ............... 12.50
1011 East Strong Street .. ......... 15.00
1013 E. Strong Street ............ $15.00
Cor. 10th Avenue and Strong St... 15,0
Large 10-room mouse on bay shore
at Fisherville, with electric lights, bath.
hot and cold water: can be rented fur-
nishked or unfurnished. 2 servant houses
in yard: 2 blocks from car line.
Offices-
Cor. Romana and Palafox Sts., two o-
ces upstairs.
The Fisher Real Estate
Agency.
"THE RENT COLECTORS."
Phono 87.

PARTIES out or a job should try The
Journal's Want Columns. The cost Is
small and results almost certain. At any
rate. they are worth trying, for you have
all to gain and nothing to lose.
IF YOU HAVE anything for rent why not
advertise it in these columns? Bery-
one is sure to see it.


MONEY TO LOAN.
WE have $100.001.00 in ca-rsatooaL. at
class, per cent mortgages on ety real
estate In any amount from 21010 up.
You have worked for your mamey. iw let
it work for you. The Fiher Real lat
Agency. 3e2 So. Palafox Street. 10 -s.
Are you getting $ per teat. et for
your money? If not. you dosnt et anl
that it "*coming to you." We Oam pla It
on arst mortgages on itmroved to
erty. ow much does It yu M I u
Palatox.


NOTICE OF REMOVAL--I av esed"
the store. N. 101 Nrth Palafox St.
for 3 years. I shall be glad to, ee all my
old friends and many nOw aNes thera.
Th.we fw I a a-*--


(Incorporated.)
ESTATE AND INSURANCE.
43 South Palafex Street.


BOARD AND ROOMS.
FOR RENT-Two completely furnished
rooms, suitable for light housekeeping.
with use of gas, 'bath and phone. Apply
phone 1225 or at 615 N. 7th avenue.
3noylw*
FINE ROOMS with, board, at No. 4 East
Gregory, -rnw-t' Gregory and Palafox
streets. Hot and cold baths. Electric
lights, etc. Snovlw*
FOR RENT-Newly furnished room, close
In on car line. Apply 238 W. Govern-
ment street. 3novlw*
ROOMS AND BOARD-Young men. es-
pecially, accommodated at 138 East
Gregory. Mrs. S. E. Smith, formerly of
the Royal Hotel. 1novlw
FOR RENT-Two rooms completely fur-
nished for light housekeeping. Gas
range and bath. 110 N. Alcanix St. Phone
s". I novim
THREE OR FOUR comfortably furnished
rooms. Use of kitchen, with wood or
gas range. On car line, near bay. 501 E.
Government street. 31octlw*
FOR RENT-One furnished room; also
three completely furnished housekeep-
ing rooms, all modern conveniences. Mrs.
D. N. Nicholson .409 Hayne St. 31oet3t*
I-
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished
front room, southern and eastern ex-
peure, phom and bath. to desirable
rty. North Hll. Private family. Ad-
drw Box 74. Isaug
ONE ROOM completely ftarntshed for
lr ht housekeeping. Ga and phone. 301
W. Chase. 27oct lw
FOR RENT--Comfortable furnished room
With gas and bath, one block from Pala-
fox street. 110 W. Chase St. 1SOctim*
TWO NEWLY furnished rooms, with
bath room attached. Apply 216 South
Alcants street. 1 lettm*
ROOMS FOR RENT-Centrally located.
Good neighborhood. 18 KE Garden St.
17octlm*
FIRST-CLASS BOARD AND ROOM-:
Also rooms for light housekeeping at
Fisherville on the beach. Terms reason-
able. Mrs. C. J. Alien, Phone 1683.
I6octlm*
FURNISHED ROOMS by the day, week
or month. Apply No. S N. Paiafox St.
Soctlm*


TWO NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS for
light housekeeping. Apply 614 E. Jack-
so. street. Toctlm*
FOR RENT,-Rooms suitable for light
housekeeping. Apply corner Cervantes
and Cordova streets. Phone 1457. Coctlm
FOR SALE ADS. always bring results.
Why don't you try The Journal's Want
Ads.? They are dog wonderful things
for other people -and- Why not you?


MISCELLANEOUS.
HAVE YOUR TYPEWRITERS repaired
and put In working order. Price reason-
able. C. J. Allem. Typewriter Expert,
Walker's Book Store. Phone 1683. Snovlw*
NORTH HILL GREENERY-Flowers for
all occasions. Crysanthemums. Carna-
tions and Roses. Designs a specialty.
Sweet Pea seed. 919 N. Baylen St. oct27tf
CUT FLOWERS-Orders taken'for all oc-
casions, particularly for weddings and
funerals. Miss Leila C. Reese, 518 N.
Baylen. Phone 282. 22oct


IF YOU WANTED a nice carriage and
match horses for a wedding or to go
calling. where would you go to get them?
To Pensacola Livery Stable, or ring
Phone 39. Octltf
IF YOU WANT TO BORROW money;
or if you would like to lend some at a
good rate of interest on gilt-edged so-
culty. try The Journal's Want Columi..
It is the quickest, easiest and cheapest
way.
A. 1. MeLEOD & CO.. Salimakers-Can-
vass from 14-inch to 9-inch, of all
weights. Large supply of Awning Goods,
Tents, Cots, Hammmks, etc.. always in
stock. 701 South Palafox. k1aug
MERCHANTS TRANSFER CO.. Thor. B.
Thorsen. Prop.. solicits aH kinds of
moving and hauling. Furniture packed
for shipment. Furniture stored. Office
phone 973. Depot phone 704. l1netf
YOU ARE- JTDMED by your printing.
It osts no more to have the best. Have
It done at the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W.
government.
JNO. A. BERG-Maxer of sanis, tents,
awnings, tarpaulins. dray covers. Agent
Carpenter's Perfected Awning, only per-
feet reller window awning made. 7011 8.
Jefferso, stetL. 11t

FOUND.
FOlI'D-The right plaoe tn buy blankets,
comforts. bedspreads, rugs and lace cur-
tains on weekly or monthly payments.
Call phone 71 and our salesman will call.
Solomon Furniture Co., \. Intendencla St.
B0octim

"THIS FOR THAT."
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-A good 5-
room house with all modern convenien-
cep. close in and close to three car lines.
Will exchange for city property. John N.
Day. 4 East Garden street. 25aug


ISSSSSS0SSS


EGGS are Eggs) Cofkey's Laying Tonic
EGGS are Eggit is effe tive.
F. S. MELLE-N & CO., Phone No. 334.
FOR SALE-Bayvlew Park Poultry yards.
Cor. 14th street and o0th avenue, have
Black Mtnocras. Barred Plymouthroeks.
pure bred cockrels and eggs for sale. W.
T. Tracy. octlltf

POPLBA are nadling ot every day that
The Journal's Want Colmmns are all
at lis clalmd for them. Why aot try
tem nd get what you wast?
20 CATTLE OW7EERS-I have a pure
bred Jersey hbu for ource. Rates- $
t advance Roger Owaley. corner th
sam=e aand 24th shee-, city. x


FOR SALE-Two good males.


LesHe .


m-


$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


-Umm


WAN'TED--A cook. Apply 227 East In-
tendencia street. .novlw*

WANTEDI-Good nurse. Apply 211 West
Cervantes street. 3nov

W WANT AT ONCE a good shingle
sawyer. I packer and sorter for cypress
mill. Good wages. Pay day first Monday
in each month. The J. J. McCaskill Co..
Fret-port, Fla. nov3tf
WANTED-Stenographers wanted: state
salary. Address Alfred Moog's mail or-
der department. Box 177. nov3tf
WANTED-At once, a good porter; one
who is willing to work. at the Con-
eerdia Club. lnov2t
MANAGERS and Agents,wanted for the
Celebrated Flood City and Tubular
Washers, best on earth for light fabrics
such as lace curtains. ladies' waists. etc.
For terms and particulars address De-
partment 22. The Flood City Washer Co..
Ltd., Curwensville, Pa- 25oct4sundays*
WANTED-A White girt to do general
housework and live on place. Must fur-
nish references. Apply Mrs. J. H. Col-
lins, Corner 13th avenue and 14th street.
nov Itf
WANTED-Every man. woman and child
in Pensacola to know-about the great
reduced price sale we are having lin .cloth-
ing and general mer Thandit E. Green-
blatt. 139 E. Intendencit St. 31octlm
WANTED--Hustlers. ladies or gentlemen.
to canvas for useful househIld article.
Quick sellers. Good money. Apply 310
E. Government St. 4oct

WANTED-Everyone to know that the
easiest and cheapest way to get ex-
actly what you want at once is to put
an ad. in The Journal's Want Column.
Everybody reads them and they bring
results every time.
REPRESENTATIVES to solicit, exclu-
sively or side line. the Saloon, Drug
Dispensary and Wholesale Liquor trade
for a straight Kentucky Whisky guaran-
teed under the Pure Food Laws and
adopted by the US. Government forHos-
pital purposes. An easy seller. Write
quick- for prices, territory, etc. Box 294,
Covington. Kentucky. 26octlm*
WANTED--An experienced cook to live
on premises. Apply Southwest corner
Blount street and 12th avenue. oct21tf
WANTED-An experienced solicitor to
sell blankets, comforts, bedspreads.
rugs, and lace curtains, on weekly or
monthly installments. Solomon Furniture
Co.. W. Government St. 10octlm
UNCLE SAM wants Mall Carriers and
Postomce Clerks. Examinations here
November 13. Examinations for Railway
Mall Clerk. Customs Clerks and Clerks at
Washington coming. $600 to $1600 yearly.
Common education sufficient. Prepara-
tion free. Write. Franklin Institute.
Rochester, N. Y. Soct1m*


Rkr-OfRcYD THAT THE SECRE-
TARY OF THE NAVY MAY QUIT
ON ACCOUNT OF FAILING
HEALTH.

Special to The Journal.
Chicago, Nov: 2.-A dispatch to the
Tribune from Washington-ay: "'A
rumor that Victor H. Metcalf, secre-
tary of the navy, bas resigned becaee
of ill health and was to be'sueoedd
by Truman H. Newberry. of Detroit,
floated into Washington from Detroit
yesterday.
"At the White House a statement
was made that nothing was known
there of the reported change. Mr.
Metcalf Is ill at his home in Washing-
ton.

Honduras Has Been
Allowed More Time
By Asaoataj r-e.
Washington, Nov. 2.-Honduras
has been allowed an extension of
twenty-fve days by the Cartage. Cos-
ta, Rica, court of justice in which
to prepare her case in substantiation
of the charges that she made last
summer that Salvador and Guatemala
were promoting the revolution in Hon-
duras. HoimJuras wanted three months
extension, but Guatemala objected
and the court compromised on twen-
ty-TBe days.. Wit'ain thirty days after
this limit a decision will be made.
LIMIT TO THE WEIGHT
GEORGIA MULE CAN PULL
S- Uv sAsso-ated Press.
Atlanta. Ga.. Nov.- 2.-There is a
limit to the weight a Georgia maile
shold be made-to haul and this limit
was y*eerday Axed by Judge Broylo
in plice court at 2,580 pounds. Judge
Broyles fined C. R. Walker $5.75 be-
came Walkeres mule was caught by
an enterprising policeman in the act
ofat hauna a lmad at 4.032 omuads.


We. like yourself, are not in business for our health.
"Results" are what count. We get them and make
money for you and ourselves as well. WeV maintain a
large force of traveling salesmen. Our specialty is real
estate of all descriptions including Ci'ty and Suburban
property, farm. timber and turpentine lands. Not depen-
dent upon local buyers exclusively. We handle property
direct from owners only, anywhere in the Mouth. IT you
are a. capitalist, trustee, guardian, addnuistrator or a
plain every day business man with a little money,. we
can place it for you on real estate first mortgages, to
be recommended by one or more of our local banks.


In Any BEGINNING OF INDEPENDENCE.
y Not the sum of money that you earn at your occu-
pation, nor the profit of your business is what will make
you financially comfortable. It's what you save. It is the
t increase above your spending that renders you happy
S It is not alone the wage earner, or' man with only a
moderate income to whom the Idea of saving money
should regularly appeal. In most cases the larger the in*
0o dle come. the larger the living expenses and greater the*
need to make adequate preparations for the future. As
a form of investment for the beginning of the moving
S .- habit for thot> with accumulating funds that may be
Unite at work. for firms with large cash reserves and for trus-
tees. administrators, and executors awaiting permanent
investment for their trusts, there is no better way to
employ money than to invest in "Kupfrian Park." which
StlCatS. Ls sure of a profitable return.. We buy or sell real estate,
borrow- or loan money for yom and guarantee satisfaction.
Po4-2n Ert Builin. OWEN-CLARK CO, Real Estate.



T "I +-V T+


OM newspapers are useful at' all times
either In the store or in the Im Th
Journal sells them at ive cents per blM
They are aeatlt tied a nd onw es to
eanm
WINTER RESORT-The "Old Mill" In.
on bay shore, 10 minutes ride from city
on electric car line, will be open for the
winter Oct. 1. All modern conventences.
Address Miss Lille Taylor, "Old Mill"
Inn, Pensacola, Fa. Phone 38M. sept
LOST-A gsee seppnft 14wMat or =-
change or soe what yousavo, unless
you adverti It lan T"he J-ms want

EVERY HOTEL la 'West FlWida md
South Alabama should carry a small ad
in this column. The cost is otly $1.
per month for four lines or Ies
P, I


Estate of John Saundera Deceased.
Creditors. legatees, distributes, and all
other persons having debts or demand*
of whatsoever nature against this estate.
are required to present the same to me
within two years after the Arit publiclion
of this notice, to-wit: September 15. 1001.
ELLA D. SAUNDERS.
Administratrtx of Estate of J. I. Saunders.
septl5oawiw
Notice is hereby given to creditors, leg-
atees. distributes, and all persons hav-
ing claims or demands against the estate
of N. Girl, deceased, to present the same
to undersigned within two (2) years from
the first publication of this notice.
MLLEN GIRl,
Administratrix cum testamento annexo.
September 22, 10M. sept22oawgw*

Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Gainesville. Florida. October 10.
1908. Notice is hereby given that George
W. Soule. of Camp Walton. Florida. who.
on November 8, 102,. made Homestead
Entry, No. 3184. (Serial Number 0293) for
SW of SE% and SE% of SWl. Seetion
14 Township 2 South, Rage 24 West,
Tallahassee Meridlan, has filed notice of
intention to make anal fire-year proof, to
establish claim to the land above de-
Ptribed. before the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, at Pensacola, Florida. on the 20th
day o( November. 1908. Claimant names
as witnesses: Mary Elihabeth Atwell. of
Camp Walton, Florida: David" M. Wither-
ill, of Camp Walton, Florida: Thomas
C. Brooks. of Camp Walton. Florida;
George B. Brooks, of Camp Walton, Flor-
ida. Henry S. Chubb. Register.
octl oaww
Notice Is hereby given to creditors. leg-
steer. distributes. and all persons hav-
ing c-laims or demands against the estate
of Mary A. Rhodes, deceased, to present
the same to the undersigned within two
(2) years from the rst publication of this
notice. JOSEPH F. RHODES.
Executor.
September 22, 1909. sept22oawsw
NOTICE.
On and after this date, I hereby an-
nori:nm that I will not be responsible for
rany d-bts contracted by my wife, Mrs.
Thomas Larsen. Signed, Thomas Lar-
sen. nov3oaw4w


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PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET.
The following repoIt is fulshted daily
for The Journal by lirkIs ayl"e. F. 0.
B. cotton merchants, Pensacola, Fla.:
t m 1idd *
ddling ... ..................... ..
Strict low middUng ....,,.............

NAVAL STORES
Savannah, Ga.. Nov. 2.-The feoUowif,
are the naval stores quotations:
W W ............... .......... .......
WG ............................... .. $
N ................................. U
M ................................. 46 2
K ................................. 474
H .......................3....3 to340
G ..........................2 0 to t52%
F ..................,.......2 77A to 2 M
F .......................... 271 .26 0
D .................................. 7 0
pirits Turpentine, 37 cents.
Market, firm.
CREW NOTICE.
A Neither the Captain. Owners,
nor Consignees of the French
steamship Trignac, will be re-
sponsible for dcfts contracted
by the Crew of sald veserl.
E. H. DOLU,
-JOHN A. MERRITT & (<0., Captain.
Consignee.
A CREW NOTICE.
Neither the Captain, Owners
nor Consignees of the British
steamship Venus, will be
* Fresponsible for debtscontract-
ed by the Crew of said vessel
C. A. GOODWIN.
GULF TRANSIT .. Captain.
Consignees.


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I a-. mam tems .eue K lt in U 5, 3IaIm u th e 'For the long winter evenl.W i the
E... T. arX.. .the Mood ,laom rr r e e of thetrohe, with an -
i Jk. j . ,P.T. the ' .m m W e'sbach ul gle g- 0la p. gio
Co .. marPiiii Msless etc. Se jy idiciae o eertr ect, wiete light wtt omt flicker
SPB ia. & & & It I the lor glas, an d costs but about hl to
3-- f. a il M xIW M fu * Bthree carter cents. sa hour to run.
ick<. w--.i--..- a h ieaat v l i atM wto s o he t on spre- ar Dn.. s an a a
SlTS. 4 gIl dualy the yuin ,e, te health -. -- .,,, the s hi n B
........+. -* A- .-S,... the gi im -ii NotsofInterest Along PENSACOLA GAS COMPANY
4 US aso tPTce o the Amueeisd k er-& cam 0_a oo ... TheC-.Bay Front.-
-s AT. ins W m it is aoem g tet orf lp*riere.. s o n r ) ,F-e y Fro t PhoneM 14. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street
.. MC- _S ii 7iJa" I- fortyI yeas. Book anSthis witham.ni onstioiins r sm_ reead to | -or
05"W. Awi wr-- ad "y dical advic sent fivetwat wo wte
"6 o TAm a .u 'r" NIyT aO adRt T UIE The following smacks hae arrived
ta 615110- 1 EURSTRIARNS. CIRX 8W= IS CI .rA Ul TA. 40. f6r m heCampeachyn to the W warren Fish
SJ. MD.J W T IM o DstitiS.- Co.: Arielo with 20,000 pounds of red
LI SI. -n across the sea, finally made her see Sappers, Clara Bewall with 17,000 i -
r HO the great light, which she iM spread- pounded aindthe Am s Wxon with 16,-
v 7L Ins Be J r lav...rmI t tho.duyhtwdt her own country today, Mbl whe re
M MI BB EaeLIh to.NGE"R. lt fl d Iw ll l despite awful persecution which she u -
V*_"0k rie sy court bteRecord- thas been reed to tyune d_ Jo ewl The srdck Caldwell H. colt has
Texas.enon supplies and is ready to sail for
66JOE mea practa** WHEN YOU BROW OLD
I "t. UE tE TUHK _M Thefollowi ng & smacks. havearriov *ae-
t00 ,to E. ESaunders & Co. from Camr A good ban account a mighty good insurance
LARGE AND Ir R W. 25D,-&t. peachy: Caviare, with 25,000 pounds policy against hard times and still harder work. Save
--RG* ADiJof. 1 L I wt th for o;of red snappers; Francis H, with 20,- y
J. MING. DIENCE GATHERED AT TH 000 pounds, and the Favorite with moneywhile you are yet young so that old age may
Seaor fNember of School Board, District SALVATION ARMY HALL LA 20,000 pounds.
L O tTHI- nblsd At ITHILbe I I pnd ebe spent in rest, comfort arr peace. We pay four
Vote for One: NIGHT TO HEAR THIS UNIQUE W I T The British steamship Dowgate and
O H. N NL KROYHLER.t URL EN.AL. t he German steamship Hans Menzell Pe CCnt, Compounded, On yOUr SaVingS.
#or Member ot School Board, District sailed Sunday.... Capital $310000. Shareholders' Liability $300.
Vote for One: Staff Captain Joseph Garabed, of HO L The British steamship Richmond p SrlusM and undividd p fit $1 m
RANK IE. BRAWNER. nthe Salvation Army, omown through- sailed yesterday for Mobile, where M u
,t I out the United States as "Joe, the she will load.
Y r Member at School Board, District Turk", held two meetings InPea , ,-o
e o3- cola last night, one on Palafox street Pertinent Reasons Why Con- The pilot boat Pilot arrived Suna
Vote for One: and one In the army quarters on West fr a e piot boat Pot arrayed Sunday M M i e a
J. W. CURARY. Government street Both were largely stiviltionl Anmendments- night from Mobile, after undergoing -
S Jr oty Sueyor- attended by interested audiences, Amnmens a thorough overhauling to her bottom
VOte for One: many having been drawn by curiosity Sl on the drydock at that place. .
raSTEPHEN LEE. as the result of the ame of t The steamship Manteo arrived yes-
atme 2rd unique figure, who 25 ye ago, came Th steamship Manteo arrived yes- of PensaCOla. Florida.
- _r County Commisaioner, District to this country, to identify himself terday morning from Mobile and left
No. 1- with the form of Chritiaty as pre- The following paragraphs relating at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon for Desigated Depository of the United States
L Vote for One: scribed in the code of the Salvatiot- to the school amendment to be voted St. Andrew and other points.
.P. X N.KMcK.OERTING.W.. Knewlem, PrnMke.k W. IL. Hye, Jr., VUce*PaemMsst ami Casbina
JA. R. -WALKER. en Tuesday are taken from the Bir- The British steamship Polyearp, Teie. W. rest, AMPA. C -M% W. N. Reat0, A00t0. Caser.
letin of the State School for Women, with cargo in transit from Galveston, -f. . a t,- W. A. A eaut W. N. Keetee, W. K. MHye Jr.
Whr County Commissioner, District published at Tallahassee: arrived yesterday for bunker coal. Kn W,
Vote for One: This, the their number of the bul- The river steamer J. P. Williams
xNIFT JOSEPH BROWN. letin of the State College for Women, arrived Saturday night with a large
.ITZ PSCIAURACH. is devoted to a matter which now con- cargo of naval stores. She will sail -
cerns not only the College but also this morning for Gay's landing and
PFor County Commissioner, District the entire state. This is an effort to other o.ints.
"-- establish a more permanent basis for * *
VD. Vote for One: the advancement of hither education Seven hundred and fifty barrels of
GEO H. DAVIS. In Florida. naval stores were discharged from PenS.CO la nenk &r o st C o
de.. -.- . r ,The present constitutional amend- two lighters at Jefferson Atreet wharf ta oa a
For COunty Obaiftesioner, District ment-one pertaining to educational yesterday. 11 O
.vote.fo-. _h Mfunds, is submitted to the people for .- .* *.U
Votef-rw O: .^ u-1their 1 action in thuelection November The-schooner Magnolia discharged A IM R J AA
r. Y T. B, MJ~r~wfi EKER.^^ ^ 3. This amemenBfathas nafttrally re- 175- barrel of naval stores at Jefferson a. Ws-rejg3 naibier
S D . -ed inquiry as to te real alm and street whaf yesterday. The schooner
Fir Couaty CaomsirBssaoer, District actual wrrk of our state institutions. Genoa discharged 100 barrels at the
NFor Conyt Ue._ Aiw srioct a^^B Ttherefo t, the State College for Wo -same place. uDIRECTORS
Vote for Oe- men (the lorida Pemale College) * F.,Wawn, .L .Red e i
JeR. ASTEWARD. o awbmite, ret, a few facts as to its The steamer Eugene arrived Sunday .w , n Ss.stP. W1e6. W. IC.5D
J own activities, i~n ~nawer to such in- evening with 378 barrels naval stores. W. Me, J.
Tf t l e7 of cthe Peace, District JOE, THE TURK I uitry; secot i, 'sfzautttite intfr- She will leave on the return trip on Lo epMayer . S A.I ,S h o
No -...-. Tmation relative to- the importance of Thursday morning. T. A.C Jens elM, f.
Vote for One: ists. "Joe", who by the -way hb a theo ctMent of th amendment. *
R. I NICKilA8N. pleasing personaUty agd a terror an The propocrtieto Imtore the people Arrived.
L.NKrCo tthist own. i*Aa happy CenfAs whose reads as follows:- Trignac, French as., Donlu, 1466, E A V-A AKn AN TR
(Note-The name of the eniaee for chief- cmarceretc appear to .excte I it soled b the Lgislature of Mobile to John A. Merritt & Co. WEDO GEN G UST
Jtttce of the Peace into Whatever di- interest and to gain friends wherever the state of AorMa: o nr BUSINES
trict the ticket is voted, appears in- he may go. That the folle ing amendment of Cleared.
stead of tl above). His Varied Carer. Article 120*f the institution of the Diadem. Br. s-., Tilmouth, 2431, for
For Coustable, District No. 1- "Joe" has admittedly se a varied State of Florida, ,p 'be known as See- Havre, with additional cargo of 151
Career. The on of an Armnteian tion 16 of said article, be, and the square bales cotton, 200 round bales
Vote for C oe: priest, he drifted from Coa.ti I-aople saMe is, hereby agreed to, &nd shall cottoM _T,
P uabe I*. X C- P.BOL to the United States, where he ily be submitted to the electors of the Adelhe Menzall, Ger. As., Menzell, n E
H; a. FRANKIN. beams dent5e4 with SalvT s state at the next general election of 3149, for Buenos Ayres, with 468.000MONY MAKS MONV
O a ty Work. During the pastq at of reesentatives, to be held for the ye sa. feet sawn timber, 2,752,745 s. feet
m a., rceu century he os witnessed .he a,- 10 for ratifcation or reject n. mber.
ticket i voted appears Instead of the from its early pe eto to on the dollar of all taxable property LIST OF VESSELS IN PORT.V
above). present time. Always active in ~ hat the state shall be levied for the ..Steamships. Bel .-
rw- .r. IpesntST in -n Ger- A. -_ch4ractrsticw manner, be t ypo oft hetmante cof ForidaFO the yDakar toSothrAlantic Semshp
v.,.*\ ":a oa to Sout.d hAtlanti eSte amshiptS o- Have a fund for agencies? Strt
Vote others would ShiTave o arida Female College, the institute A eld Men ell. Ge r as Menell. an acCOunt in our Savings Department

S.. N. BERRY. his own designing, the only one l the l be paid into the state treasurer u Co.day d not a tect
x J W A..T( J world In fect, whose remarkable elt-. and set apart by him to the credit Of Venu Br ast Goodwin, 2259, Belize yOU from ftire want but will stabsh
C. WNTWORT iderableI nteret ro nd d the Mars, ss, Hederson, 2236, Gulf you in the business world. Try it.

**NrSr:::*S,*- e:-r:..^yes? *** "v:: Br s, ox, 2, A59 AM ERICAN NATION AL BANK
rating to Judicial Salaries, thrgh the i ace of her bgother, I s of~ Porida apptdosed June 5, Vo fpor tsheo1
il *ho, through letters written from 1.. U, 1 .Poa B t i 0, C Designated D oitor of the United Stat.
meAnt Secuton (i of Artenl * la Real to Jno. A. Merritt & Co.

trem such a tax will, in time, as Flor- Domgate, Br ss, Rippon, 1986, Car-
'OR Constitutional Amendment is 'ows in populetlon and wealth, dIf to Fr. Julius Schreyer. 11
Sectlos (16) of Article (12), provide for such a system of higher Sandown. Br es. Paterson, 2773,
Relating to Special tax for edU5s.tionm is even. Texas. Indiana, Tasapico to Gulf Transit Co. -
State Schools. \CaIornia ad Oklahoma (to name Ships. 148,o '*JfI c? i1 lIEaJTASA
GANy Cosu tfna md examples) caujact surpass, o I Sh5pS Bso 1482, M.* oI'HE Csp oZENS NATIONALoB NK
ibept Section (16) of Article forms an index to the latelligeace sad Majorca, Nor ship, Arnesen, 990. PNSACOLA
(12), Relating to Special tax pregreesiveness of these great states. Buenos Ayres to A. Zelius. ._ -- _e
for State Schools. * * Mahells. Nor ingp Backer, 1632, A SenTeral 5 5 lla -g-g * - -- Ce*se*nw
FOR C ti Amendment , Li f The one-mill tax is more economical Aberdeest to order.
at Ken- nORConstitutnoal Amendment sad wHll be less of a burden to the Sce___ f----
II gen-Section (35) of Article (5). people than the legislative aDpropris-
VCnty- Relating to Number of Circuit t-on. The people een never know Political Announcenents.--

A G A l N S Cqon tiu t i o a A m e n d b... m ite B e yo da y s oa b le A t t h emeq u e st o f a n y fri e nd In b o t h. Zc Haja W .t s s (
-***meu SnecteI~on (35) of Article *Wsie wl~l CIM VVdoubtI the state legislature w>.-m <^. city and ounty.l herebw' ausnes myself Pri-W i pd-tOtae. Oatt""l


V a (), RelatingSl to Number ot i hst to -_rorit ... _- teas- a candM t foir ta ce or sbefe of
...Courts. -eephntenance of the state intljesnm
ryea f.- -i nexcess of the sumnthat Ca"lat ThePe--lesN
FRESH OYSTERS raised by h.e "- S _: e The Peoples National Bank o
FRS OYSTERS BALL1RDS .W= ---a.x. p o
put in Every day. The Esrmnbia SNOW N personot rectly connected Pensacola
Put m wit our state colleges a3d university 3. m
t and OysWter Depot has moved toting aboLut theM DIRECTOSr
1 South Palafox Phone A-F- and amn ~ y with w icht th bor d of
A Pov," e --central-the.stat-board of education.,W..OI A. ii .iMiiA
1210. the prEsident o. A. ta t. E W". .De.
i No ia i institutions, await the action of the
'W1nds, h@ legislature. No one cM -tell what to A General Bankig Sgeep fl mi ad Aceedes S e di hiV 0ib .
t Fi& and lbm ifme 40 M 6 expect from one ogilattWe to an- lemiss .
.a y H at"er. The cGllages and university, -. IL_
T.A'M c fPANV "which should be Iaatitkitions of the
A -IMrs. -. .C Sh.. highest dignity, ame put I the humI-KNOWL B,-OL
i D. .. writes: i Xatbig position of abjeet suppat s.
-- 5 g Ishimnta'nsomlte' Ubder such a regime no consistent Jping 0C i S
LUM MA S HiNs *H w my elnMio ugh fo itM, for At'- sible, GinA S,1rsosfuture is. .1 e T. oS-"-- V-6
Cht D-I-n-there "I President Hlley of Stetson, as "W #M
Dr.* M0 'B. Tiller bSemsUar. ,tat the state schools have noboert804Msee
Has reserver and winE reasseme prestle2 -frd than Stetson Univerafty. Sueh
Sdfjuring ageler *Meehow*e at 310 11nt sawi4s and*btedly the feeling -rowalling ft O.
mMa W A. AM amongeteltieeas col eges unresr-n S U A LC .
OteBWib4iM*C ta teram "e the do sms
DR. O L O SI MITCHELL e . coatuy on the part .ot thos. who - .. m.
WoeUmeM* I" Practice Is the city. can would stir up strUe. There is no real _


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.^y .,--

Pranmca Team Shut I
Withiut a Hit Suda
By P'O,AcA.. r-.".

A. i Commpag teaw t

eeiL .- ,. .' -'. -re -

weits reW did art sow at t
- tlhe uVt of the solUer. He was
S 'wd at the colmieament of. the
sawe d passed a number of men to
fnt. but he steadied down and was
nvicible. His support wa ,devir,


Oly t'w e or and neither of conse-
quence,: *elng uadf" behindd him.
The Aame teams are to play a game
next m-isay.
stueS Uuchuamd JliiPer iste
re d"hm fMorM r htwd-

M-YVrju iOUS- MIKE
AT LAST AREltSij.
.*V A u"t Prrem.
No*-, -2. 2-T"e arrest last
afght of Joseph rlichel. alias "Michei
.the yte s" In connection with
Sbe rnl at's .crusade. gaaiut the
"white slave", traffic, promises to fur-
wish one of the most important -eases
Si the bat- o -#prqseuJesaegs brought
by u. 8..HJEtsVct Aguoray Sfins.
Ever $Pee the erm nme began early
itaJune tbh ovea # has been try-
Ing to obtain evidence ait the de-
fenduat. '
-itej'< wiJfe>, .)-M Mbe1 was
arre$ed some time ago and held to
the grand ory under $5,000 bond.
She waived a preliminary hearing and
prevented the arrest of &er husband
sooner by declaring that she was the
sole owner of two houses an* that
her husband was merely a bartender.


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The materials in Regal
Shon-fron the genu-
ine .Oak-Bark- Tanned
Solba to the fast color
hdoks and eyele"--are
the finest that money
can purchase. They are
selected with the great-
est care and are made
into shoes by the most
expert workmen in the
world,
These first-grade ma-
terials and the expert
Regal workmanship are
what insure the Staying
qualities of Regal cus-
tom style.


C4SE. P420 1
a"d Main
Street*
Pbone 297


He 0& -ANSOIN
CASH CLOTHIER


NEW PRESmEIlT


Was Chosen Yesterday as
Head of the J. R.
Saunders Co.

At a meeting of the directors of the
J. R. Saunders Co., held ip the offices
of the company in this city yesterday,
John A. Ewing. of Jacksonville, was
chosen to be president of the con-
cern. succeeding W. H. Barber. of
Moultrie, Ga.. who tendered hI s resig-
nation.
-Mr. B4rber, when chosen several
months Igo to succeed the late J. R.
Saunders, stated that he would ac-
cept the position-and hold -it until the
company became fully organized. This
he Ti7d, tendering his resignation yes-
terday.
Mr. Ewing is one of the most promi-wl.
nent and experienced men engaged in
the naval stores business in the south.
"..o other changes were made.
NOTICE.
The lady managers of the Woman's
Home will meet this afternoon prom.upt-
ly at 4 o'clock at Dr. Simpson's resi-
dence. A full attendance is requested.



FUNERAL OF


FRITZ HARPER


Remains


of Police Officer


Buried Sunday at Whit-
mire's Cemetery. ,

The funeral of Police Officer Fritz
R. Harper took place Sunday morn-
ing at 9 o'clock from the family .behe
on West Romana street and was
largely attended. Services were con-
ducted at the residence by Rev. Wm.
T. Tracey, pastor of the Church of
Christ.
A detail of police offieet attended
the services at the residence and two
members of the police department act-
ed as pallbearers and were present at
the burial. Marshal F. D. Safders
was also present at the intermentL
The remains were placed at rest in
Whitmire's cemetery at Drry Pass,'
Prof. Tate officiating.

AMUSEMENTS

Bijou Theatre.
The Sid Reinfield's Lady Minstrels
drew crowded houses yesterday and
made a decided hit. This company
makes a very creditable ensemble au
the numbers are given with a snap
and ttmefulness that makes the en-
tertainment one to be thoroughly en-
joyed from start to finish. The Bijou
has certainly put on a bill this week
that should prove ile best business ot
the season.
"The Traitor" Tonight.
When Channing Pollock and Thos.
Dixon. Jr, had completed the raaxu-
'script of "T he Traitor", the dramatic
sequel to "The Clanmwan", a number
of the most prominent Broadway
managers commenced negotiations for
the play. After hearing the manu-
script read they offered unusually lib-
eral royalties for the production
rights. After careful consideration,
howe'-er. Messrs. Pollock and Dixon
decided to place the play in the
hands of George H. Brennan, who had
achieved such wonderful results with
"The Clansman". "The Traitor" will
be the attraction at the opera house
Tuesday, Nov. 3rd. Returns of the
election will be read between acts.
Orpheum Theatre This Week.
The Orpheum owns with a strong
bill this week. in fact one of the best
ever seen in the city. The show
opens with Lew Wheeler, who is with-
out a doubt a clever black-face come-
dian and one who keeps his audience
in an uproar with his fuTniy sayings.
Next comes Jessie Hale & Op.. who
do a clever dramatic sketch. 'During
this sketch Baby Sheldon is Iatro-
duced, and t-he certainly is a clever
child. The Jessie Hale Co. carries
special scenery which adds wonderful-
ly to the act. They are within a class
to themselves.
Next comes the Wilson Sisters, who
are pretty girls, as well as good
singers and dancers. The show as a
whole is a strong one and those who
fail to see it this week will certainly
miss a treat.
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Scottff's Emulsion

does all it does by virtue
of one thing-Puser-its
power to create power. '
As fire turns water to
steam so Scott's Emo
transforms thin, impure
blood into pue rich bW"d,
giving nourish ucnend
vital energy to every
organ, every tissue and
every muscle.

Sawm tMs o m a w atmlT

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Icor1r & 3mm!.a leP Pl.sseg.a w bro


FREE, COOKING LESSONS EVERY DAY!




FREE COOKING LESSONS EVERY DAY!


The Southern Cotton Oil Co., cordially invites all the
ladies of Pensacola, to attend our demonstration at the
popular store of


Watson, Parker & Reese Co.

33 and 35 South Palafox St., beginning Nov. 3rd to Nov.
14th, inclusive. Hours, from 9 a. m. to 12 m., and from 3
p. m. to 5:30 p. m. Our demonstrators, Misses DeLettre,
will serve free cookies and cakes of different description
made by our


Snowdrift Hogless Lard,

also using Wesson's Cooking Oil in frying different arti-
cles of food, demonstrating the fact that Snowdrift Hog-
less Lard can be used in the making of cakes, which
means, the saving of butter, which practically saves a lot
of money to the lady housekeeper. Wesson's Cooking
Oil can be used in frying fish, steak and potatoes in the
same pan at the same time, without getting the taste or
odor from each article. Our demonstrators will explain
everything. Everything is free. NEXT FRIDAY, NOV.
6th, we will serve ice cream free to all the ladies from 3 to
& p. m., made out of our Wesson's Cooking Oil. Our
goods are healthful and economical ,our motto is "puriy."
We received the Gold Medal at the Florida State Fair.

The Pensacola Gas Co. kindly loans us their Gas Range to demonstrate on.


G. W. ROBINSON


PASSES AWAY


REV B C.GLENN


SPOKE SUNDAY


Former Pensacolian Died in Preached An Excellent Ser-


New York' -Saturday
Afternoon.

Information was received here Sun-
day of the death Saturday afternoon
in New Yar 4 up \V eBisaon,
president the abinson1-Land and
Lumber COmpany, of Ohicora, Miss.
,M.r. Robtason is strived by nis wife,
one son and three daughters. He
was 74 years o fage:. .He was in New
York on business, at the time of his
death. v
Mr. Robinson ws well-known in
Pensacola and was an uncle of Post-
master Rix M. Robiuson of this city.
He was the senior member of the
Robinson Mill company which form-
erly operated the large timber and
lumber mills at Millview. Rix M. Rob-
inson being the junior member of the
company. The deceased had a large
acquaintance among the mill men of
this section. '
How to Get Strong.
P. J. Daly. of 1247 W. Congress St..,
Chicago, tells of a way to become
strong. He says: "'My mother, who
is old and was very feeble, is deriv-
ing so much benefit from Electric Bit-
ters, that I feel it's my duty to tell
those who need a tonic and strength-
ening medicine about it. In my
mother's case a marked gain in flesh
has resulted, insomnia has been over-
come and she is steadily growing
stronger." Electric Bitters quickly
remedy stomach, liver and kidney com-
plaints. Sold under guarantee at all
drug stores. 50c.
NEW BARBER SHOP
,The new East Hill barber shop. cor-
ner 9th avenue and Wright street,
will open this morning. Call andslook
arofind.
CHAS. LICATI.


AT 12 O'CLOCK P. M.


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908


Is Ms u b, e WILL "HAY FARM," 2 Miles West of Cantonment, Fla,


ENTERTAIN MEN Improved Farm, Stock, Implements, Machinery


ETC.


Election Returns to Be Re-
At the above time and place there will be sold to the
ceived-Program Prepar- highest and best bidder the following property.
ed-Refreshments. Two good mules, with their harness; 1 good milk and
butter cow; 1 lot of goats; hay press; hay stacker; mow-
Refresments will be served, enter- ing machines, hay rakes; hay tedder; rice huller and at-
tainment provided, and a good time tachments; four-horse disk p!ow; disk and Acme harrows;
generally arranged, at the Y. M. C. A. two-horse cultivators: corn and pea drills; Silage cutter; 2
this evening, when the members and .
their friends wiil be invi.pd to spend two-horse wagons; 1 low iron two-horse wagon; various
thioe evenings will rooms wheceived over a- implentS, harness, tools, etc. Also several tons of new
private wire which has been installed hay.
by the association. An interesting ef-. At the same time the Farm of 650 Acres, all fenced,
tertainment has been prepared, so +
that the n.eessar waits w ll be made well improved, with nearly 400 acres of well-cleared land
as short b posstle, ene ing ors-will be sold (or leased for a period of one to three years)
to provide a pleasant place in which 'to the highest and best bidder.
to await the returns. This sale is absolute and without reserve.
The Journal delivered at
your door, 10 a week. A. M. BAKeER


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Methodist Church.


Rev. B. C. Glenn, presiding elder of
the Pensacola district, preached Sun-
day night at the Palafox street Meth-
odist church. He explained the pur-
pose of a set of resolutions adopted
at the convention of laymen held in
Chattanooga. which has launched an
effort to evangelize the earfh. The
Protestant churches of this city wi'l
furnish taeir quota of laymen in the
work. a number having volunteered
for this uurpose at the services Sun-
day night-
The noon hour of each day will bh"
observed as an hour of prayer by the
members of the different churches in-
terested in the work for tre success
of the movement, and it i.- the inten-
tion of the Protestant chur.hcs to c-
complish the task in the present gen-
eration. The report submitted at the
Chattanooga convention sa -s that the
work of evangelizing the *a't-h can be
accomplished within this time and a
united effort to bring this condition
about is now under way.
The first step in this direction will
be a campaign of education, followed
by the establishment of Sunday
schools and churches. This does not


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only apply to foreign countries, but
includes the United States as well.
There are localities in this and adjoin-
ing states and throughout the United
States where there are no churches,
and a determined effort to establish
Sunday schools and churches in these
places will be made.
The work of evangelizing nations
is also a part of the movement. and
the Chattanooga convention, which
was composed entirely of laymen of
the Protestant churches of Canada
and the United States, reports that
the resolutions stating the purposes
of the work to be undertaking were
adopted after careful investigation onl
the part of those interested in the
great task.
FINED FOR GAMBLING AND
KEEPING. GAMBLING HOUSE
Albert Abdelkader, charged with
keeling a place for the purpose of
gaming and also for engaging in a
dice gamir', was fined $10 and costs In.
the recorder's eo0rt yesterday.
George Malichi, Lonnie Faulks, Wil-
lie Reed. James H. Taylor Sam Ma-
lone and Frank Paulks, all colored.
charged with engaging in a dice game,
were fined $5 and costs each.


THOUSANDS TAKE
THE BITTERS
exclusively in ailments of the Stomach.
Livcn-. Kidneys and Bowels. They know
front past exrp-rifen-. what it will do for
thf-m. and If. you are a sufferer from the
above ailments, be % ise in time and take
Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters
at once. It will do you a world of ooAd.
o.pe{.iallv. in eax.- of Poor Appetitw,
Headache. Flatulency. Insomnia, Indiges-
tion, Dyspepsia, Colds and Grippe.


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F. a A. M.
Regular oiomniunication of Pensa '
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colia Lodge. No. 42. F. & A. M..
Thursday. Nov. 5th. at 7:30
d lork. Visiting brethren fraltq-
nail In.vited. TH. IiiLETWOiOd
C. E. SHACKLFORI W. i*-
F. A A. M.
Special comnmunKiatlon of CE"oub
bia Lodge. No. 15. F. & A. 9.-11.
Friday. Nov. 6. at -:3:: o'clhoC
Work in the f. A. degree Vs *-
Ing brothers fraternallv invited.
W IV. WATSOT. "
I. J. QUIGLEY. W'. .
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4. '
Regular m onnt vni-ation oit P
S Thursday, Nov'endbr 5. ISM, ,
7:t p. in. Visiting brethren
u dially Invited. n_
A T. H1 l.K.ETWOOD,
S M. FE. SIA( 'KLRFM )II W. I,
S -crctary.
E ORDER EASTERN STAR.
tn Regeular t iKeting of Fel or
ida Chapter. No. 9 0. Bo. M
Tuesday. N,.v-. nbw 3i. &A
f <'clo-k. Visiting mew -
Hl th f rirs For MS E MRS.. A RL E IWS,.
MRS. F. ).. SMITH. eresary.
VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN
SVolunteer Veteran Firemen's Asmeao
lions mIeets at Knights of COiUmbIt
Hall the first Friday in each nEmt.
RBC, J .N. ANDREWS,
ABE DANIELS. President
ut nSecretary.
V DAUGHTERS" OF REBEKAH.
SNaomi Lodge No. 10. DauNhter ef
i Rebekah meet every Monday night at
3 o'clock at 1. 0. 0. F. hall
sisters cordlally Invited to be fsnt.
SREBECCA JOHNSON, N. 0.
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