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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
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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Latest Telegraphic News Service=-Forel and Domestic--Furnished


Hie WUby The Partlyiated#Press

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VOL. VIII. NO 210


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10, 1905.


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9 DEAD SCORES INJURED 41 j[W Mg[$ BATTLING NELSON WHIPS


IN POWDER MILL EXPLOSION ly 1 DEAT BRITT IN Oa1th ROUND
I POE MI EX LO IO INLY 1 DEA Chicago Man Knocks Out the Californian

SW500 TARTARS KILLED The Spread of YellowFeerin New. In a Clean, But Hard Fought

HOCK WAS FELT OR WOUNDED AT BAK i Orleans Regarded as Very and Decisive Battle.
FO 0 M ILE P Unfis By Associated Press. his grounds.
HOUSES ARE STILL BURNING ANO MURDERS GO ON DESPITE U ifacm I. San Francisco, Sept. 9.-In a fight For the rushh:g. forcing, persistent
that will long stand in a class all of tactics of Nelson. Britt could find no
THE FORMAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF AN ARMISTICE. Its own In the history of ring contests effective counter. The Californian
OR 20 M IND NOT IN SIGH Battling Nelson of Chicago, knocked tried every blow known to him, and
SBy Ascisted Pres tly demanded The troops at out James Edward Britt of San Fran-i he apparently. knows them all, to stop
By Asocia PressI.geetly demanded. The troops al cisco at Colma this afternoon. The his tireless opponent and In everyi
St. Petersburg. Sept. 9.-A Nobel Baku are utterly unable to control the ensc ameCin ath ise afteet oond T he h i le d.
Swild Ta end came in the eighteenth round, ani way he failed.
company officer received a dli.- wild Tartars. It was a clean cut. fairly won victory. It is true. he punished Nelson severe.,
tch today from Bakut Was Hoped that Decrease Would From the very first, Nelson forced ly, knbcking him down once and stag-
^---- the fusilade continued Friday night Must Burn Oil For Fuel. B the fighting. Though batted by in- gearing him several times, but never
and that the houses are still burning St Petersburg. Sept. 9.-The Baku Be Shown By This Time. numerable bruising blows on the face was he able to beat him back and
Wm Deis and n th dispatch says the fisres ani rure leavs no alternative u and body, Nelson never for once gave change a speck of weight.
i Another dispatch says the flsanthe industries and railroads in South
f murders do notmcease despite the for ern Russia than the a--)ption of the NEW CA&ES APPEAR AT VICKS.
fire MI t Haonrs of Dial announcement of a mistice ,ecommendation made at the recent
F Fifteen hundred Tartars have 6e t el oil conference to ermplo- coal ii BURG, NATCHEZ AND GULF-
m^h illedor wounded. nst.*ed of oil. Furnishig sufficient ,RTALABAMA MODIFICom m SSID ERSILL EST BLISH
The oil men are resolved not to m.-'Coal, ho' ever. is very d.fficult on ac-
open the works until they are granted count of the scarcity of rolling stock, ED HER QUARANTINE AGAINST
WN WICH PASSED M he right to maintain private guaricas railroad cars are being hdrawn
T1AIN WIICH PASSED MILLS for-theO protection of their property rom the regular service throughout FLORIDA SO AS TO INCLUDE
JUT BEFORE THE EXPLOSION Further disorder is expected tadc Europea- Russia to carry supr lies ONLY TWO COUNTIES.
iand additional reinforcements ate u" ind men to Manchuria NLY TWO COUNT .ILL
6AkRROWLY ESCAPED ANNIHIL-'
By Associated Press.
ATION-ENTIRE MILL BLOW4I WANTS BRENT CAMP
OM FAC4E OF THE EARTH.
A'EA.New Orleans, Sept. 9.-The BR I
4.t report of the fever situation at .Y-
1', 6 p. m. was as follows': 1
y Asmeoated Prous T New cases, 41; total to c'ate,
fe.,lavUe ., sP.. 9.-The. 2 2,62.
powder mills at irhne were Deaths, ; total, 309. regular Monthly Session of Cou- MarineHospitalSericeWillPlace
Aeou e wiped out by an explosion tO- .t b New foci. 12." ty Commissions Will Bep
SII III commission Will Be Camp Near Flomaton
ty. the 2 men who went to work -k Cases under treatment, 301 0 S Se T a t
l themilla this morning,nineteen are cases discharged, 1.652.
kwwa to be dead. Nine men, 1,.-. 'Held There.T a


elWtg C. M. Rand, the manager of
the pleat, are eeromsly injured, while
seome of people in the town of Fair-
ehasos, within half a mile of the pow-
der mWll, were more or less painfully
he shok of the e xplwion was dis-
tetiy felt In Connellsville. twenty
r ds amway. There were seven explo-
GMg In al sad every one of the ten
bMdM was totally demolished.
TWe bris tem ignited and Are add-
SiS teasers to the disaster.
A trata on the Baltimore and Ohio
S 1 ea narrowly escaped annihilib-
k as it passed the mills just a few
alautes before the explosion.

CHOLERA CASES

STILL APPEAR

S MCIETEEN NEW CASES AND SEV.
EN DEATHS REPORTED FOR


YESTERDAY IN GER-
MANY.


Sy Asociated Pres.
Berin. Sept. 9.-An official bulletin,
amys that in the itenty-four hours
edinf with noon to-day nineteen new
cases of cholera and seven deaths are
reported. This makes a to:al to da:e
et 142 cases and 46 deaths.
Six Cases and One Death.


weatKberg. Prussia. Sept. 9-Six
oew cases of cholera and one d-a' n
are reported in this ao'ministrat,:.;
to-day. R

TWO ARE KILLED


AND 25 INJURED


TROLLEY CAR JUMPS TRACK
W4TH FATAL RESULTS AT


DALLASTOWN. PA.


By Asociated Press.
York. (Pennsylvania. Sept. 9.-Two
persons were killed an i twent3-fi\%
Were injured as a resul: ot a trolley
car accident on the York and Wind
sorvilie etect.ric ra::%a% to day. Tht
car urmped the track near Dallastowai
late this afternoon.
OFICERS ENDEAVOR TO
CAPTURE DISTILLERS
Report's re.'e:ved in the city yester-
da.y give .nfo-ma, ion of an attemnpt-
ed -aid by federal author ies of ill'cit
stills in HoInme. count.
Recent.: In ernal Revenue Co;lec
tor F R Har~ori, and United Si Fcs
Deputy% Marshal .1 D. Crews made an
attempt :o apprehend some of the
anen making whisk ,. baut did nor snc-
Ceed. ow:ng to the( fa(- that the stiHl
eouid no: be loca'toe
Th( officer pr)oTealed to the point*
Swbe-"e r wa* thought the still was (h-
eated. bu: before reaching there they
were conf-orted b : tweve or fifteen
men. all arnied. and who were deters
*ined that they should not proceedI
any further.
The only thing that prevented trou-'
ble was the diplomacy of the internal'
revenue collector.
Afterwards the office-s again madec
San effort to find th,, St.: but did not
succeed. Dur.n1g *;i( m,1nth of Au-
gust. Mr. Harford has aestroyed about
ISr distilling plant s. i


Though tUe The regular monthly meeting of the order that those who wish to
mnA UIIlThough thH number of new cas s County Co,,., ners, which is held In e that those who wish to
to-day was f-ain disappointing, the montlyv on t. I, ond Tuesday of leave Pensacola for any point that
b death list wa- so favorable as to con. each m n:h will h il this month at may have quarantined against the
Ft T So Co i Commissioners f n ons of the. authorities tht the fever the prevale:, fever and the Ser w ith which Dr. Porte r tabis con-
o f U lSt Hag COUnty Have Orded spsial Is practically under control. quarantine regui.,i, us which are now nerte ca ne lihi wer
The number of new cases in the being maintained by the board oftein camp near omaion, whre
t 1. to 4 on f, 0* last two days does not e ed those health. i Parties can go who wish to leave the
S"Lsun 15. ElecU t 1 to te on Re- of ten days ago nor eqaA those ofe This decision was recently arrived .state. ... I
five days ago, but it is aunstisactory at, and prrpa:a- ons for t-e meeting. Dr. ,Porter has received official n-
Ny A c Pr. 1110. rP..SMOOalP. because it prolongs the *r bd *en! are now being made. I formation that the equipment which
Th to anewG- tra wa Ied .theisp91 to Th11 01Se 11 0snm l s OfIeAce e.of thse cibairman. resitte in sixty miles above Jacksonville, had
tion for a new trial was dealed this Special to The Jounal ,ondelaeratee ntrterest we*' e An.fthe CuOrTy, andet,? I dis!r, tr tur .t Ien tTippt- to Pensacola and it is
morning il the case oa J. G. Rawlings C(hpley, Sept. 9.-The honorable nouncement to-day of a ease at Baton held outside of the quarantine limit t Ixp;ected to) reach here *by Aonid or
and three sons, Milton, Jesse and Leo- Board of County Commissioners at Rouge, the only case that has appear- so Chairman Avery decided that Tuedty, the intention being to estab.
nard, who were sentenced to be hag.- their regular meeting on Monday, the therstat convenien. point vLoelqp be Brbnt lI uhe e ten wl besu ent tT
ed September 15. The quartette are 5th Inst., called an election to deter. New Cases In Mississippl. There is but little )... n s of im- accommodate one hundred persons,r
charged with the murder of the two mine the location of the county site of Jackson, Miss.. Sept. 9.-The Mis- portance to be transact1 ,v:! th. x :Tr any" person desiring to leave the
Carter children several weeks ago.t Washington county sissippi yellow fever summary to- ception of road and bri,( mattcr- ::y an go to this detention camp
Their attorney declares he will take: A rousing meeting was held at the night is as follows: Vicksburg, three -ni1 -aftcr remaining there for flvi
SAnew cases, one death; OGhtlPort, new as can secure a certificate which
the case to the supreme court and will school auditorium last night by t'he cases, six, Natchez, two new cases, to-day to apply only to E- n:n:.na ant \i:1 ntitl him to g!) to any point he
ask the pardoning board for a stay to citizens of Chipley to devise means one new focus: Mississippi City., Hans S'anta Rosa counties, on account o. maW desire.
permit the'case to be heard. to get the court house located at third boro and Pearlington report no new their proximity to Prn-alAa. '1I e camp will be In charge of Sur-
place. At this meeting $2.010.00, was cases. go--- n Banks. of the Marine Hospital
raised and nertofore $2,000.00, mas:- Suspect Had Typoid Fever. s "rvi:-..
JACKSONVILLE ing $4,000.00 now raised by the citi QURANTINE APPLIES ONLY TO Philadelphia. Spt. 9.-The steamer Tivt art, a large number of Pen-
zorns of Chipley. to be donated to the ESCAMBIA AND SANTA ROSA Shawnut, from Port Tampa. which -acv'lians who will go into the camp
T AM ounty, inte event that the court -arrived at the :wer:nmrnt quaran- as .~**n as it is established. They
t I Chouse is located here. and more will Montgomery. Ala..- p:opt. 9.-'ihe tine station Tues.!av with one of her l'osire to gp to certain points that are
t.- raised. From the present indioa quarantine which was declared' by crew siufering f:- m supposed yel!'w now quarantinedl against Pensacola,
tons there is no question but that th< the State Board of Health aga!n:t, th ,IT WaR eUruian eDInAv AMw n place of locat!.n -w!ll be Chipley. entire state .f F-)rida was mnflilk, ]n 1 rt'nbpho.l intion camp and remain the reuit--


11 WAD ~mI II~u rI.PAr IIU


INMATES WERE ALL RE-
LEASED.


The Jacksonville Metropolis of Fri-
day says: City Health Officer Mille'
.-aid this morning tha; all of the Pen
saeolians who have been heid at th(
(detention camp were dismissed to
day and sent on their way rejoicing
He said that all the inmates were
glad to g*o away. but that they made
no conplaInts an,. exprtsse. tho:r
thanks for the treatment accorded
them at the camp. While !i was fear
fu!ly lonesome the fare was good an>d
tht beds were comfortable.
Mr. Miller says that he does not bhe
live any more Pensacola people wl
cvme towards Jacksonvil'e. and th.'
<',.partmen: In'en'is to k-cp cn the
lookout and :here wtll be n. relaxa
Vaon. He sayp that .Iacksonvile i- re
markably bh al:hy and is one of itht
of the cleanestt cities in tne south.

TELEGRAPH COMPANIES
DOING BIG BUSINESS.


The two telegraph companies of
the city are doing an immense bust-
ness just at present, owing to the
yeO.ow fever scare.
The rush is due to the fact that
those in tl.e city who have relatives
elsewhere have sent telegrama assur-
ing them of their safety. while others
have kept the wires hot in an effort
Ut find some place where the ycan go.,
Both the W-estern Union and Postal
Te: iwen overworked, and in several in-
stances the Western Union men hav
been compc'led to work until I and 3'
o clock in the morning in order to
handle the business. Every operator,'
clerk manager and even the mes-
senger boys have been doing almost
double duty during the past week.

COTTON ASSOCIATION
WILL ISSUE PUBLIC ADDRESS:

By Associated Prms.
Asheville. N. C.. Sept. 9.-A public'
address of the SoutLern Cotton Asso-'
clation will not be issued for a week cr!
ten viays. The framing of the address
is lt the hands of a committee. i


i: number ofl days in or'er to reaci
, :.ere.
There will he- no charge upon the
part of ane government for persons
v.ho may go into camp.
MORE MEN WILL BE PLACED
AT WORK ON THE STREETS.
If they can be secured more men
villal be placed at work this week in
c.1aning up heo c'ty. and any person
hi') may desire employment can se-
c'ire same by applying to the city hall.
I is the desire to place as large a
frro- of men at A-rk as it is possible
to 'ure. andi aliho e:. -r ,onaily lar-,.. number now en-
g:g.cl in thi. work. more will be aald-
ei if they will make application for
posi tion,.


BASEBALL
September 9


By Associated Press.


Southern League.
A.'anra 6. New Orleans 5.
Shreveport 11, Birmineham 5.
Moiatjii(iry 1, Little Rojck 0, (first


amr.' .
Montgomery 4. Little Ru
on. eamnie .)
SMemphis-Nashville, rain.
American Leagu
B.-ston S. '.-.;i z'on 7
T Chi.'ca2o 5. C(eveland 2.
Ph.la .o-ephia R. New Yo
It': ai .'r ',a 7. New York
- :tue. nine, i:nn.n: s: darkn
National League
Philadelphia 4. Boston


WATCH OUT, SAMMY, JR., SOMETHING'S GOING TO GET YOU PRETTY SOON.


Phalalelipha ., Boston
game.0
1. I uis-Chicaeo. rain.
I-"I ': rg 12. Cino:r.nati
Newo York 4. Brook:yn
Neo.-- York 5. Brooklyn
game.)
South Atlantic Lea
A Augusta 0, Co:umbia 6.
Macon 5. Charleston 1.
Jacksonvlle-Savannah, ra


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BETTER RECORD



FOR YESTERDAY


Only Two New Cases Were Report-
ed Though Several. Are Yet
Under Suspicion.


THERE WAS I DEATH


To-day WIll Probably Develop A-
ditnal' Casel


DR. POPTER BUSY PMM MORm
MNG TILL NIGQt, mOTItMQl


CAMPArGN,


PLAINT& AND INSPE"M WS


PICIOUS CASS-ME4
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EPIDEMIC.


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W A summary of the fStrir
nation up to l It a IgM s sai
Follows:
r. New cases, 2; total to data,
S31.
Deaths, 1; total to dteL4.0
Cases under treatment, U; 4
I cases discharged, 7. 0


YeSterday showed a big mpomv.e
ment in the yellow fever situatlo&.
While there was one death, only twe
pronounced cades were reported,
and the number of doubtful ones
were less than the day previous, when
a large number of new ones were re.
ported.
The New Cases.
The cases which developed yestel
day, as given out by Dr. Porter were:
I71MtrWrns, No. 80 Weat.Zarrae.w,
sa street.
Miss mC dy, 4-311 West Gadsden
street.
According to the reports of the phy.
sicians received by Dr. Porter there
were ten cases during the day pro.
nounced as doubtful. One of these is
J. M. Sevensk, a boarder at the Park
Hotel. who was taken ill during Satur.
day, and when visited last digbt b6d a
high fever with all the symptoms of
yellow fever.
The case on the corner of Goverw-
ment and Tarragona, which was bul
letined by the mayor is =ot yilow
fever, at least it has not Yet been mpp.
nounced so, and is in the doubttWl
class.
All physicians of the city aft ma
ing daily reports to State Heath O0,
cer Porter, and in each insta s
of the assistant are 9eot to basI.
gate the case and report upom IL
Number Will Develop,
While there were only two mt s
yesterday it is believed that today w
develop a larger number. In tew
several of the doubtful or suspicious
cases are now believed to be yellow
fever, but before making such an a*
nouncement the physicians desire S
await further developments.
Officer Fisher Dies.


Police Officer Fisher, who The JU up
nal reported yesterday morning as Des
ing in a dying condition, expired
.shortly after 4 o'clock. His death was
not unexpected as he hadbadthe black
vomit, and had been in a crdtial conw
dirion for a number of houM. The
young man was only recently placed
on the police force, and had been eft
tioned in the infected district. He
remained there for several days, and
during that time contracted the few-
er. He had formerly been In the ei--
ploy of the street railway company,
.oming to the city from the vicinity
of Beulah. where he formerly resided.
The remains were interred ear'y
yesterday morning. Mashal Schad, Of-
fice Villar and some of the motormem
and conductors being present. Tlh
flags at the city hall was at half ma&
during the day.


Dr. Porter Had Trying Day.
State Health Officer Porter hal ab
e. trying day y..- r.t ay. He had noa.
er';iis calls from oar.i-s who had left
th,- city an we re.sidng In the cou.-
try with the,r families while they
'rk 2. (firs' came to rhe rtry to attend to business
Of course ith, new regulations oa
7, (second quaran ine put a stop to this, as pa>i
Iess. if, have erhor to come into the e tv
an,, .s'ay thebr or else et out and stay
. r .o::. Many p-r.-ns wanted special
2. (fir.t pe-mtits. .a ing that their faml!iem
wir, alone, andl that they must return
2, (f.rcn i :o tL',-rn each night. All of these werf
iis:-n.e;i to with patience by the state
h-.a::h officer, but ho did not modify
5. the qoarantine r grant permits, and
2, (first those who haq been enjoying the priv.
-ige of "oming and go:ng as t'ey
6, (second pleased suddenly found :henm.;'elves i
the same conlitti'n as 0;'hitrs. A pee-n-
liar feature of rh.- miv:. -r : that some
gue. Iof tCLose who had 1,- en kicking har,'.
est against the city p1-ople coming iang


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$500 for a case of Fever after using.


$500 for a case of Fever it won't cure.
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As a Preventive-Take a teaspoonful every two hours until it acts on the bowels,
and then take enough only to keep bowels free.
For Yellow Fever-Take the first bottle in two or three doses within an hour's
time. Then take a tablespoonful every hour until the second bottle is used up. Then take
one tablespoonful every two hours until the patient has recovered. The medicine may be
given with crushed ice. Let patient have plenty of fresh air and dressed as cool as possible.
. Give plenty of ice water, cold lemonade or soda water in small quantities and permit patient
to eat as much desired. Two to three bottles usually effect a cure.
For Other Fevers, Stomaoh and howel Troubles-Take a wineglassful
every two hours until system is thoroughly purged, and then take a tablespoonful every two
, hours until second bottle is used) then take only enough to move bowels freely. The patient
may eat anything desired, except in typhoid fever.
For Typhoid Fever and Smallpox-Take medicine as directed for other
fevers, but do not allow patient to eat any solid food. Patient should be nourished with broths,
soups; toddies, etc., and treatment should be continued seven days after purging.
For Purifying the Niood-Take a wineglassful every two hours until the system
is thoroughly purged and then take half a wineglassful two or three times a day. In scrofula
and other stubborn diseases the treatment should be continued for two or three months after
the patient has apparently been cured.
For Children-The above directions are for ordinary adult cases. For small chil-
dren and very weak people the dose should be reduced accordingly. Ordinarily, one-half
the above dose should be used in such cases.
No Dae ner-There need be no fear in taking the medicine, as it is perfectly harm.
less and may be drank like water. In severe cases one and two bottles have been given at a
single dose.


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BLESSING TO MANKIND.


txihe C3nreavt F'evr Remxxxecdy
and the only
Positive Cure for Yellow Fever.
Both a Preventive and a Specific for All Fevers, also Dyspepsia
and Bowel Troubles.
UNSURPASSED AS A MLOOD PURIFIER.
Stood the Test for Twenty Years.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
The Bosso Medicine Manufacturing Co., Pensacola, Fla.


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tt suggests throwing down
the negligee for the stiff and
platted-bosom Shirts.
It suggests throwing oix the
sunnner straw for the new
Derby, throwing off the gause
Underwear for the medium
weight.
Our Fall stock of Shirts is
here.
Tou will find our new Derby
correct
Jn t received, medium weight
etw and moreno Underwear.





Q. C. Goodwman, Om Arneperser


V-- YOUR HAULING TO
I VC YOUR HAULING TO


In huts Trasfer Go.
The. & Thtorr-n, Pre.
IAUUNG OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
WCIAL ATTENTION GOVEN TO
TAGAQGE DAY OR NIH4T.
PHONE 978.
P.O. COX. Tr..

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' m. and 4 p. m. Sunday school 9.30 a.
m. All welcome.
Bt. John's Chur--V'arrtagton. Rev.
A. T. Sharpe, minister in charge
Evening prayer and seiame, 7:30 p. m.

Palafox Street Methodist Church-
Rev. B. C. Glenn, pastor. Regular se(
vices at 11 am. and 7:30 p. m. Sun-
d ay school 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrewt,
superintendent, Epworth League 6:30
P. m.
Gadsden Street Methodist Church--
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by
'the pastor. Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun-
day school 9:30 a. m. Epworth League
7 p.m.
Reed's Chapel-Rev. Geo. W. Car-
penter, Pattor-Services every first
Sunday at 11 a. m.. by the pastor; Sun-
day.- school at 10 a. m.. J. E. Beal,
superintendent.
Muscogee Wharf Church-Rev. Geo.
W. Carpeater. Pastor-Services every
first and third Sunday at 7:30 p. m.,


Churches i
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Church of Christ.
Church of ChrisL-Corner Alcaniz
1 Jackson streets. Bib!e school 9:46
m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:4a
m. by W. T. Tracy. Player meeting
dnesday night at 8 o'clock.
0


Services at the Pensacola

Following la the order eft services conducted by the pastor. Sunday
at the various churches today: school at 3:30 p. ,.. J. N. Andrews, (
Catholic, superintendent. Prayer meeting every an
St. Michael's Church-rFirst mas r Thursday niht at 7:30 o'clock. a.
16:30 a. m.; last mass, 9:30; veWprsw Warrington Church-Rev. Geo. W. p.
5 o'clock. Carpenter, Pastor-Servlces every We
; St. Joseph's Church-First mass, at 7:10 p. m., every fourth Sunday.
16:30 a. m., last mass 9:30 a. m.; yv-i Sunday school at 10 a. m. Fred
pers 5 o'clock. Blum, superintendent.
* a* * F
Epilcopal. Christian. Chm
Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whnaley First Christian Church-Corner Al- m.;
D. D. Rector. Regular services at 7:30 caniz and Gregory streets. Sunday cor
and 11 a. m. ard 5:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:45 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt.
school 9:45 a. m. Wednesday and' Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p.i
* Friday services at 5:30 p. m. m.. by the pastor. Reverend Nourey I
St. Katharine's-Cervantes and Da- Karagouzian. Prayer meeting eve-y Jul
vis streets. Rev. Andrew 7. Sharpe rec- Thursday at 8 p. m. scl.
tnr Rpeuler *-rvices 7:30 and 11 a 0 * .5-


Church-East
hool at 10 a.
m. All are


Presbyterian.
First Presbyterian Church-Rev
ian S. Sibley. pastor Sunday
.ool 9:39 a. m. Christian Endeavor
0 p. m. There will be preaching


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FOR SICK


EwoeleaWt S'h1stis 1-Made for
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FOR YESTERDAY

* (Continued from First Page.)
the country were the first ones to kick
when the rules were aftplied to them-
selves, and they were prevented from
coming to the city.
When it was learned yesterday that
the line of quarantine had been ex-


WATER CASE


Man Who Shut Off Cititen's Sup-
ply Was Fired By the Water
Company.


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*LROLL I UI LU. rM IUil WI MUM R=UU U tended and that permits would be re- The Tampa Times says: G. E.
elv yoked, there was a big rush for the Beach, who has been in the employ
Theodore Pfefferle leaves to-day for *l at ThS Time. city, In order to get on the inside be- of the Tampa Water Works Company
an extended tour of the north and fore the rule went into effect. This for some time past In the capactly
sweat. His trip will Include Denvei. 'Eitor Pensaoola Journal: was mainly by merchants and clerks, of inspector, was discharged by Su. T
Col.., where he may possibly locate. It is very evident that a serlouws who had taken their families outside perintendent McFarland t1& morning
t. W. Hay turned eet-ondito and not a ry, confronts the city limits. Mr. Beach is the man o cut oitt
Sm.rning m" th north un ere he tois iom aundity, sand It Leao. to mn All Patients Convalescent. he water at the residence of Vincente
1has speat the past several months in that the wise thing tO do is to take All of the yellow fever patients are cidGherra yesterday morning which In yesterday a
the l lAkes region Capt. IHays steps to meet it. I have heard that at convalescing, with possibly one or two ternoon's teIssue of the Time.
hs looking well and it is evident that least one death has been due, to some exceptions. The mild form of the din- A Times man had a tafk with r tic to the water company; the Times
Strip has been ver beneficia to extent, to lack of proper nursing and ease is clearly shown by the quick Beach this morning. Ie ed th desires to make an explanation. in
it health. attention at the critical period. recovery of the most of those who sterd morning he wa treated the article n yesterday's issue of th
I This should not be the case, and It have been attacked. The only pati- y M rn songtru paper it was stated that Mr. Guerra's
1 aic Wln ha, returned from i- a b4ot upon a supposed Christian ent who is at all in a dangerous con- ntendent, to go to n the herures- water rent was paid up for a quarter
aena Vista. Va.. here het went sev- communityy. I have not heard of any ditlon is that of Mr. Burke at the Park intene and ctt off the water, being at Inadvance. This was a mistake-
ra week ago to visit his father. steps having been taken to look after Hotel. dnce and cut off the water, being a his rent was a quarter past de on the
Mr. Wsn intended stang uml the uch cases needing careful nursing. Providing for Hospital that the charges had not been paid fo instant. e stake result
mid4ie oat Octoher. but when he learn- .except the offer of the State Board of Providing for Hofrom tpital. akt charges had not been aid to St ins'g hs statement over the,
ed of the existence of fever in Pel- Health to furnish nurses where need- The screening of the ward secured the past quarter. It is customary un- telephone But Mr. Guerra states
eola he came home immediately to ed. it seems to me that there should fro St Anthony's hospital i now go- der such circumstances to permit the telephone. But Mr. Guver been rera state
give what assistace he could in bat- be a citizens' committee to look after ing ahead rapidly, and it is expected customer to pay up if he desires to dc that the bill has never been presented
Of with the disease. and assist sudh cases, and to furnish that it will be ready for use within a so and leave the water supply on panyto him-thast every bill wresentd to hic h the co,
A letter received from Hon. J. M care and attention to those needing h cond to f e t reamen B h asked if he should accep p been paid immediately, and his excel-
Md(, o is now wit h family thorough condition for the treatment ment Guer offered, a been paid immediately, and his excel-'
at the W'aldorf-Astoria, New York I would suggest that the mayor or of patients, and will be under the suF- he was g to "sa no. tcpu tation surtalsta this state-
City, annoces that he will return the Oha er of Co erce ervislon of State Health Officer Por- the water Of." He wentothe resl mnt. Therefore, the fact that the
City, ann ounces that he will return of t o the Ohamber of Commerce call k for ter, who is in charge of all matters dnce witha negro help and was rent is not paid is the fault of the
mental about the middle of the meeting eay in the next week for pertaining to quarantine. In fact Dr. cutting off the water when a lady company only.
mth. He had not intended return, the purpose of organizing for the re- Porter will have personal charge of came to the door and asked him what The original claim of Mr. Guerra.
Ing before the latter part of Septem. lief of those needing intelligent num. Porter will have personal charge of came to the door and asked him wiaat The oin al c o rerra.
E W the first of October. but on Ing and attention. W-hile net a pro- this branch, leaving his assistants to he waa doing. He told her. and sh however, that, the local water rates
torount of the yellow fever situation fessional nurse. I have nursed yellow attend to outside business and to sue- said nothing more but went n are not-a claimed nby the company
rW he will cut his stay short and fever patients, and I am willing to do ptclous cases the houe. Then several children day's issuerof the Times- as low as
return earlier. now. and I know there are many Very Little Sickness Here. came out and one of them asked the they are in any other city in the coun-
men In this good city of ours who Pensacola is in an excellent condl- negro what they would drink if thetry,"s not to be refuted. Inder.
SBlue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla will glaly and cheerfully do this for tion, so far as sickness is concerned, water wa cut noff. Thnoe negroa the ieleipt submitted by Mr. Guer
Elracts. You'll be delighted with the relief of our fellow-man, and if the fever does not increase the boy If he dib not drinkybeer n 1 for the service furnished his Brool:-
the "Blue Ribbon Flavor." H. 8. WIETB. during the next few days, there wilt wine. The boy answered affirmaivelyn property shows that his Brooklyn
-- be less disease here than at any time ly and Beach says he remarked: houe has more than five times as
Low rates at Southern Hotel for, (Mr. White's suggestion is an ad- previous in many years. The city is "Then guess you can drink er or many openings as his Tampa rpsi-
oms and board. mirable one. and we trust it will b now in an excellent sanitary condi- wine. t the lady at this time rled th dence and that the charge for water
acted upon at once. Proper nursing tion. In fact it is better than nas hrea ooran called the supplied the Brooklyn house Is hut
O NEWS RECEIVED FROM 'is probably the most important part been known for many years. When Beach went to the office at 7 a little more than one-fifth what is,
THE STEAMER TARPON .i the result of fever treatment, and Analysis of Spread. o'clock in the afternoon he was show The meter system now being In-
We----- w no case in a city of Psacola's size An analysis of the spread of the fev- the article in the Times by Orin M stalled here b the water company
tho new e was received yesterday and ability should be lost for lack of er shows that on August 23 and 24 the Farland and told to go to the Guerrr, stalled er be causing much disat
rom the steer Taron which was it.-Editor Journal.) first three cases were discovered. The residence at once and turn on the wa faction. One of our leading bu in
refused a landing a Carraheile ani infection period of these cases includ-!ter again, which he did. This morn men complained to the wru'rr t:
Apalachicola. 1: was expected that ed August 23, 24. 25 and 26. Allowing ilng when he went to the office Super I ethat accord n the c -
some word wouldIn he rwetie t the o S I morning that according to the cu.m-
tom the stamer during the darecyv and | DII-U. ntendent McFarlan asked him if h pany's own rates the petr showed
also that D-Porter would get a r INLW UU u se d the expressions quoted in th tht less than 60 cent w, rh of w -
ply to his telegram t Goernr Bro- I I 7 Times. He made a statement to ter had heen. used at hi. reside
Ward in whih t he governor's atte' i -FC R-- superintendent similar to that giv each month during rl,, past ",,o
ward in which .ohe governor's atite,- | to The to the writer this morning, and at itHt mn and vet th omra'v insist,!
ion was called t th violation of the Special to The Journal. conclusion the superintenent r moncohs alnd ete ts mnim ir.
laww by the people of Carrahelle and Pinewood. Sept. 9.-We have been L marked. "Weliour talk hencost re on collct1ing its minimum charge ntf
Aplachicola by refusing the Tarpon a having plenty of raitf and hot weather. makr job." The your talk has cost gio $1.5 per month. Anl during f
landing.- Mrs. P. L. Rosasco and children and GET THE BOOK yoaur job. te otng man was n several months that his family wre
The supposition is rha: the stamer Miss Annie Wheat. are spending a;OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE. appears thoatte wand lecidl ninis water whing the summer, charge
b still a' anchor awaiting advi 'es f O:n month in the mountains of Tennes- creet in the language used, at the of $1.50 per month was as-e-se' just.
theap Aowlbino sabr and authle to e out again same time he seems to be made the the same. This appears unfar f
... apt Albino is able to be ou again; scapegoat for a mistake made by th( any standpoint from which it may
COLC KILLS THE GERM. after a severe attack of rheumatism. company. There is little doubt tia: e viewed.
Some of our inhabitants became the action of the company in or.erin; Rather than submit to the exror-
Ueut. Perry Says There Are No Balc I frightened when it was reported that Sa tathe water cut off was in retaliation for tions of the water company many peo-
Heads in the Arctic Region. yellow fever existed in Pensacola. and F sanitary the interview with Mr. Guerra which pe are now putting in private water
The people who coe back from from the way they went to laying :n appeared in Tuesday's issue of the plants
Klondyk est:f -' to :he fact tha: n, provisions. you would th.nk that no Times.
native la'A heads are there. The more was to he had. R seasons In this connection, however in Jis-
di .1... !h, ld ;-l I. k i' M .Chas Heio-derson an expet


vti iln is a ,i m it' i t .eiio c im Ia t .
* the- gert..s 'ha* o'a: he hair off a' "h
rMV '..eu: Perr.'. who iin :o tIhb
Are le Reot,:s. gives :h, b same t v
dMnce N'wbro's Hrp:cide has ;hb
ame- eff.-" as the c,, pI'ima:e i
kill. the ger i -ha' ea:s the hair 'o
a: t., nrits an 4 *he ha:r gr.1ws agaiti
Herp~c d, is -, i.-c: hair remedy
bull: upon : ;'r:'n,-:'.- of iest ro. Iny g
the germ t:,A t phen<-mnena' tq.' demont-tra'es th,.
correctness So]' biy W A i' Alembe-r:e. aruggrist
Sand api'htcar:. :.21 S P'aafox strev,
Pensa<',a Fra Snemi ,ib{ In stampf
for amrlc To Ti, Herp.cide Co.. DP
tro t. M-ch


e sawy r, is now holding the lever at
h ne m:: ChaTle is a swift art:c-e y, u should have -our
Mr WVi., McCombs. the lumber linen laundered bh
marker. is out again after a seige ,f, THE STAR
* fever.
f The Bay Point Mill Co hava larze STEAM LAUNDRY.
supply of logs on hand now, insurit~e
plenty o0 work for a long time t-) The boiling and steaming
come. k:kis every germ.
fishing is very good here now. Th4;,
s n an .vaion for refug a The Star Steam
w, d noe. necd hem jus- at present, I t
as the people have been frightened La n r
bad enough already. L
It is rumored that the welding bells S7 E. Garden St. Phone 114.
will soon bt ringing in our little vil- Pensacola ^'a
lage.


twelve days for the mosquitoes that
stung these patients to digest the poi-
son brings the date to the 3rd, 4th,
5th and 6th of Sep-emn !'r. when the "i,-
f-.cPed mosquito can transmit the dis-
ease. As it requires from two to five
days for the disease t,. develop after
the bile of the mosquito. the date of
the development of itht lisase i. thus
aivauc'd to Sept. 5th. 6th, 7th, Mth
and, 9th.
The present deve-ionments and the
analysis of the development of thr
disease c';n,-l'sive'y prove< that the
yellow fever expert a3re correct in
their theory of its transmission.


Physicians


agree that coffee
weakens the
kidneys. Use


Postum
FOOD COFFEE


To buJld back heafh.


4NNON& CO.


COMFORT.


CORDIALITY.


CIUSINE.


SOUTHERN HOTEL.


Pensacola, Fla.
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Special Weekly Rates for Taeo Board.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Ara gon Hotes JalMoariulle, ]lofria.


J


Haven't seen you in some time.
Am selling "FRANCES," a good one, of course.
"FRANCES?"
Why, to be sure, the famous Mobile Cigar, made by FrohlichWtal
Cigar Mfg ('o Everybody wants them, everybody calls for them,
everybody smoking them.
Never hear-d of the "FRANCES." Mr. Has Been?
Y-e-s, I've had some calls for them.
W-e-1-1, take my order for assorted sizes, as I must hare them.



YOUNG'S FEMALE COLLEGe,
....Thomasville, Ga...
Offers Full Courses for A. B., B. S., and B L. Degrees.
Physical Culture, Elocution and Music Our Specialties
$15.000 spent this year in building and equipment. Steam Heat,
Electric Lights, GymLialsiu, S vnmming Poai, ,)d Fare, Climate
U'nsurpa.ssel. Strong faculty of 1" Experi-nce l Tachers.
I:XPENSES $209. LIMITED NUMBER OF FREE SCHOLARSHIPS
AVAILABLE.
Session opens Sept. 2;, 1905. For Free Catalogue Address
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Baptist. at 11 a. m. by Rev. Sylvester weeks,
Pirst Baptist Churcn-Rev. F. Jones, D. D.
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. in. No Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave.
services at night. Sunday school atnue Mission at 4 p. m. C. F. Zeek,
9:30 a. m., D. Beggs, superintend- superistndent. All are cordially i-u
ea. Sunbeam Society 4 p. min.; Y. B. vited.
P. U. 7 p. m. Salvation Army
West Hill church.- E. A. Cottrell, salvation Army.
pastor. Preaching at 1I a. m. and Services every night at 8 o'clock 'n
7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday the tent, South East Corner Seville
at 7:30 p. m. square. A cordial invitation to all is
East End Baptist Church-S. y. extended. Richard Norris, captain in
Pitts, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m. charge.
Preaching 11 a. m. Wright's Mill * *
Shed, corner of 10th avenue and Ara- First Church of Christ, Scientist.
gon street. A cordial Invitation is ex- First Church of Christ, Scientist-
tended to all. Service at 11 a. m. Services will be
* held in the Pensacola Library build-
Lutheran Church. -Ing on East Chase street.
German Lutheran Church-Rev. J. 4 *
F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. English ser- Christian Science.
vice at 7:30 p. m. The Christian Scientists hold their
Scandinavian Lutheran Church- meeting Sunday at the Masonic Tem.
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 5 ,i. m, ple at 5 p. m. The Wednesday meet-
Rev. Helle. Pastor. ing will be at 5 p. m.. same place,


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WRITE FOR RATES.

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DAIV. Veehy. Swd.



116 JOURNAL CONIPANY.

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TNW ONLY PNSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A 09TAILSO
GIRCULATIMI STAThU SNCAN 99 GSSCU RED




PVMAOOIA,k FWREDA. SUNDAY NMOR,.Nrr1* sT~mvER(Bi 1go-


4 WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND.
S The Pmenscola Journal is on
Sale at the followlag places in
the city:
Ewcamblea HteL
S Sany Hotel.
SCee's Book M W.
* Depot News Stand.
* GGem Sook Store,
* Lewis ousMe.
** Mechants Hotel.
SSouther" "oteW.
0 Thae1'seeook Stere.
SWag ad oee Cream Parlor.
* Wagnhelm's News Stand.
SWaler Booeek Store.
:vz*****::**::*:::jTi,


dreaded disesees beshlle yellow fever,
but th,.< do not seem to create thl,
scar- yellow fever does.


" Al. of which bears out The Journal's
#,original contention that the ptop';,
who are now running away ironi ye:
. low fever, are runnuig from something
*. which isa fa less laial than many
* other diseases along side of which
. Ihey are content to live without tile
* Aligh.teat fear.
9, The u.dtame fear of the fever wa,-
very natural, base on the general
Ignorance regarding the cause of in-
fection and i.e means at preventing
I* ts spread. It was a malady ciotihei
* in mystery and is lataiimes, myster.-


ously wrought ands under old cond,
tions, practically uncomrollable caus-


I*
1 wrath of wicked Jezebel and believed
Small the prophets to have been slain.
'the Lord commanded him to stano
upon the mountain, and as he stood
there, a mighty wind swept by him
and rent the rocks asunder, but Gol1
was not in the wind; and after the
wind came an earthquake, but God
was not in the earthquake, and arter
the earthquake, a fire. but God :as
not in the fire; and after the fire. a
still, small voice, and it was the voice
of God. And so, today, throughout
the world an increasing number, stand-
ing upoh the heights, are coming to
believe that God is not in the iron-
clads that sweep the ocean with their:


~The F


guns, that God is not in the armiesni
that shake the earth with their tread | ll L II|
or in the fire of tmusketry, but in -c
still, small voice of Justice that issues
from tribunals like that instituted ati C* W E
The Hague, or in the spirit tat mark-R IN
ed the concluding hours of the confer-
ence at Portsmouth.
Nothing in the English language is
more beautiful and no sentiment is
more true than that contained in this
last- paragraph of Mr. Bryan's. The
whole Commoner editorlil is, in fact, HOUSE
a sermon in itself, and one whose
superior few pulpits will today supp y.
Had Removed Shoes and Was at
Captain Ferguson's Front

rice of the Door.


iI roi caia up-

port of Cor- ,

rupt Men
By Governor JOSEPH W. FOLK of Missourl
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SToni Bowe. (,:,!,re i w, taken ill'
ca .t.hIy last ,1 :i '- by Utile. c V i .


SThe Jo~rrw oh~w nor-

FOUD E5SEL Towof,~e


UPTURNED OFF



PENSACOLA


The Smack Cavair Sights Dere!ict
75 Miles from this
Port.

The smack Cavair. of the fleet of
Saunders & C').. whlih rcc,'ntly ar-


3ndl !zfr.ItLO i, .p c's~ation rt 1''ri- I in purt. repoi-s Viv ing s~he


",e !,a ,ge of 1) ir.ag a .'n..or r> andl

11-e ziecro Vas ():I tul(' f:'.nt galiery (,I
Ca-it. A. D.tert.'n o i Rt V
lefleta street.
')JflV'ar V'tila -, saw ti-e n ra t s or


t 1 'i ,i a a t of h ,IomI f i" p ,
'IFEX Lad men get a bad-man in office they support himn Fera;s on. !A. tt, 'i. :,e n.,;r, ha:


in all the evil that he dloca. BAD CITIZENS ARE


COMBINED; ,ood citizens are divided.


That is the


rernavel his o w~h:chw# re ra r
,As arm, at-Ii']iad (1 C.eI i h:i;.!f


chief cause of Iawbre,king. If good citizens would foi:o ,ed him. as a u F etc I thi -
join !ainds in p:.triotic endeavor the lawless could not i ;ro w.as in. upou n .t:',. -:


control anytLing, for they constitute but a small proportion of the en-
tire population. Th- effectiv-eness of law depends entirely upon HOW
IT IS EXECUTED.
When the prosecuting oleer is attempting to enforce the law
asa-inst those of power ht may find himself besieged on every side;
close political friends rnay plead, inducements and hopes may be held
out for lessned activity; ANNIHILATION MAY BE THREAT-


EXED if he proceeds. Pursuing steadily the course that he h.
mapped out, with the good of the people alone in view, he may find
himself budged in at times by a wall of hostile influences, but now and
ht en looking be ond to that reat ublic that he is servin a friendly


0 N 4 A -W . . ... .. ."L 7 .... I.. .F i ,, LWg, , t Y.1 J I ., IL M ,t1. ", t 1' M V ll g, U I i , l U
WIhen e AWAY foryred a dyreor m the human mind wtlca glance or a kindly clasp of an outstretchel hand will cheer and en-
mannar eaetln have The Pesacola finally came to be a second nature .
Jetg ltow h No y e .la with all who had either seen or heard courage him for further escort. Hie cannot expect the good opinion of
tie n in~sr, Phs6 of ith. those AGAINST WHOM he enforces the law. THEIR ill will is
The accomplishments of meuiciai the best evidence of his sincerity. Every pressure may be brought to
Dr. Prtr n HiMs seience however, should have dispe[-' bear to swerve him from his conception of honest effort. If once he
A tat dg all this. In fact, yellow tear falters his usefulness as a public servant is gone. It may be far easier
q should posse.s less cause for fear it .
Dr. Porter's order for the estabMsh- the year 1905 than any of the several for him to allow some offense to go by unnoticed, but ho should rather
meOt of a cordon about the entire' insidious diseases which are equally have the approval OF HIS CONSCIENCE than the plaudits of
tcty, and his absolute enforcement of or more fatal and which we know in- tho who would profit by his neglect of duty.
the rule that no one hall pass it, Afinitely leas about.
either entering or going out, may in- If the existence of fever on the Gulf' It t
convenience a few people somewhat, this year does nothing more than to' Corrupt men support a man for office and axeed in return THE
but' it is nevertheless a wise move. disap:l the old time fear -f the disease PRIVILEGE OF LICENSED LAWBREAKING. Offieit are
The state health ofmcer wants not it wiN have accomplished something
only to protect the citizens of adjoin-! worth more than all the present epi- elected to enforce the law and have no more right to permit lawless-
lag territory from any possible Infee- demic has cost in loss of business and iesa to repay personal obligations than they would have to use the
t0 from the city of Pensacola,. ut he money. p Dubhic funds to nay a private debt. thnn all executiw offo al.s are


is also desirous of instlfl!ng confidence'
in their minds that no measures will Mr. Bryan on
I>, left unsupplied to accomplish that Pee Portsmouth
end. the Peace of Portsmouth.
Dr. Porter and his assistants are It has been frequently asserted thati
.wagg a hard fight assnd, e beieveW. W.J. Bryan is more of a preacher than
wag ng a hard fight and, we believe. plitic
It will be a successful fight. They a politician and numerous examples
are working night and day, and no one from his utterances might be quoted
to bear owt this assertion. A recent
ro :mnedateasey in touch with the sit of this kind is found n he corn
uati, n can appreciate just what their ment made in the last issue of his
burdens at this time are.
The Journal believes that the wot paper, the Commoner, on the result of
The Journal believes that the wost the Portsmouth conference. Mr.
Is now over, though we may still he a h.s c r
long way from the end. But whateve- "A peace is of Tile nature ,f a con-
may be the result, the health officers quest: for then boii parties noblyv are
and the physicians of this city are subdued. anli neither: pa'-* oer."
now doing all that is possible to be, ThLe o 'r1'm s rt -:ns i.a th aown '-t
done and they are. we are glad to say, thaPt of' ll p a' l tn agre I
getting the support of every citizen' upon, l.ut r',fltel ,t,,en sitmnints i,'.1
who understands the gravity of the throughout ci:l'.zai nu. Men are turai
ltauation. ming from the sp:7rt of war. "As on
uthe sea of.Gat;ii.e. the Christ is wh' -
The Daly News, has installed a web perinr 'peace' ", there is growing :;a
press, an additional linotype, and mov. tthe' hlar;s o(f mn the arniction th
ad into larger quarters The Journal a m: pi ea. that artraonhe wish is e
coagratulates its contemporary upon tertained-as the hpe seems ju.ti-
these signs of enterprise and progress fled-that the time( i- soon eontiit)
'whn ":,. l'ug'f( x -i:] s.l- nd tht' triu-e
Mort Fatal Gi to ti whe wo Id forever.
hCte UDscas More Ftal Ti e results of the Portsmouth cop.
ferenrce art.r cr(iiTaable rT 'all partica-
ntIcOW FCer pants. W;'.tt. ,tne of Russia's stronz-
ITe Journal has tried by fact, es' men, bore a large responsibility
Agares, and persuasion, ever since fev- and he bore i wel:. It was his duty
Sto secure for his country, the be:;: pos-
was discovered in New Orleans, !o sible terms and he secured terms suen
abow that the biggest thing about yel- as few men believed could be obtain-'
low fever was the "scare" which li,' ed. Japan showed great magnanimi-j
presence has always occasioned, thaa Iy in yielding the hotly contested point!
te-e was no more reason to fear t of indemn. but Japan ilprofit
tt her generog:ty; indeed she is alreadyi
disease than many others, and that i'.s' receiving some of her reward in theL
reemute are now less fatal than are complimnci:s bestowed upon her b')-
these attendant upon various other men of al! nations and in the prestige
ftBs of disease whose presence is she has won by showing herself torc--
ot r ded wih any apprehensionmost in eace as she proved herselft
ot regarded with any apprehension powerful in war. And last, but by tin.
r. is contention is again borne out! means least. Theodore Roosevelt. pre3-,
1!r j showing of figures which the ident of the United States is entitled!
Ja.al.onville Metropolis has secured to the grateful thanks of the American
ard -n which it comments editorially plaNefr in briigingrde- out of chae:
g.s T low: 'H, Is entitleed no' on!y to the thanks'
T wor -I ye:low fever seems to ca'-, )f the Americanpe pole upon whose
'*- r and vt, nr'' aiarm with i. ra:'on his s'urccesful efforts to secure
whe :' .' ,, a fa ;:' a- many ,ohwr peace letwoen Russia and Japan nave
d1s .-e In the .\var 1903 New Or- r.'fl'ctoid credit, but there art,, due hiln
)ear witiuti a;arim or cnist f>"' alarm,. the thanks of the men of all nation<,
hai '. '"0 dea'ta*- from consunmpwion. who have learned that peace, rathe-
SrV ,uii hear'- .,asp. an'! 61S from than war, concord, rather than tur
-:p t s disa, Ti. aggregate mu 'r- noil. j.-',ice. rather than force, pro-
Ts' i of twn;t fl. years makes ye-'. vi!e the sb.st antv il foundation for-:
low fe- er maIJtali:y insignificant.I civ:lization and make fo.- the real
A s-- & : 4e* 4 :tl hs from ye!!ow fever progress and greatness of govern-
-- n. i: :nii,1 -4hc'rk were 1.9SS ncnts.
fro vp;o.d. i4.41, from pr;e. monia. We nee-i no: expect that the nations
ard 21.,44 r.nii cn'-umnptioa, a', wi' disband T.ielr armits at once: At.
cr'r- un'cbli. w'it none causing: panic, need n'>t evpec" that all que- ions will
The smallpox epid( m:c in l 14 was he taken before the-court of arbitri
mworr deai: and ie s'i dea ed tnan tion. but we have rca on to believe
yp:lo0 fever new that :te Ich: New does :t rot seem strange tha, ing. and that we are about to enter"
revT4 difference *s madit as to one-dis upon an era in which concession will
eate tllow f -ri, 'tix e contump. assert its supremacy ove- brute force,
t!tn t1ear: dis. are and B-Ight's dis- and the crown of victory be awarded. '
r,-e 'tavc b'"n more fa'al in the same not to the nation that has the largest.
c: V army or the strongest navy. but to tihe
t: s said that frigt kills as many nation that sets the best exampleani
p-vr *i- during an epidemic as does contributes the most to the welfare ot
,T*" ,'.sase. and the above figures ar- the world.
procf of the fact. There are otte:' When Elijah was fleeing from thei


ruled by law no man could be above the law arid the law would reign
'over all.
SUCH A CONDITION WOULD BE THE HIGHEST FORM OF CIVI-
LIZATION. THE INDIFFERENCE OF ELECTORS IS THE WEAKNESS
OF A REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT.
To arouse good men to action is a question of supreme importance.
Those who would destroy the laws are always active and work while
good citizens sleep, but once the latter are aroied they are invincible.
If the people want a reign of law they can get it, BUT THEY MUST
FIGIIT FOR IT. There is the same conflict between law and law-
lessness as between the true and the false, the right and the wrong,
the evil and the good. The people will uphold the laws when they un-
derstand the necess ity of it, for the vast majority of the people will do
right WHEN THEY KNOW RIGHT. There never was a time
when unselfish teachers of the public were needed more than now.
I It R t
Lawyers more than any other class should be the teachers of the
people. They can do much if they are true to their calling to remedy
the thing; that dishonor. As they are ministers of the law it is their
duty to keep the fountains of law pure and undefiled. The person
who in private life discharges the civic responsibilities resting upon
him may perform es great a public service as he who faithfully does
his (luty in public office.


INDEED, THE PUBLIC OFFICIAL
PRIVATE CITIZEN, AS THE PUBLIC
FLECTION OF ITS PRIVATE LIFE.


IS A REFLECTION OF THE
LIFE OF A NATION IS A RE.


Causes of Modern

Criminality and a

Possible Remedy
By WILLAM A. PINKERTON of Chicago. amnous Detective
I THINK there is a comparatively new class of crime in Amer-.
ica today. I mean the holdup, or "stick up" men, as we call
them-the men who rob the isolated drug store and the saloon
AND KILL if their demands are not complied with. It is
only during the past few years that these men have caused such trou-
ble to the police. Most of those who engage in this sout of business
are young men whose perverted daring and energy TURNED INTO
THE PROPER CHANNELS might be useful to the community.
The young car barn bandits of Chicago who were hanged are exam-
ples. Then there are the hoboes, who are quite as desperate, WHO
MEAN BUSINESS and are willing to kill.
I ascribe this criminality to several causes. First, there is the


Szr.a.i .
NV:\'en the homen of C tptain F'rg,,r : 1.
S vas r.'a.' tie n.'-rro ; i "
off ', :" a' t. and aft r .k-int a 1, i
up aun down ;he at.' tcLt. o)e .
gase andi pr eei('! to one of
*ilOnt win(ldows.
'TFie officer hdal fiinwed him, an'!
*bere the Utn ro :r,. wa \v;I :
or'tcirrel he was covered by :hle 1 .-
Svive:- or the officer


S.'.I '' al]: gide of a o Iew schoon-
r. ii;'irinei and floating about in t!l-.
it':f about 75 miles off Pt'nsaco.:a

T .a captain of the Cavair wet,
ail nf.(!e if the schooner in order to
:asr'i:.ain (the .aia e and any other i,;-
i.r'a'n: i r. Orly a pot lonl f tie
in .a v, ,. a'.))e wacr. This w.ias
C'iara R." while below the name
Call;;s. Maine. appeareI.
Tae \.assel had evidently been cap-
s:z'd during a sto:-u but wiaar bciamt
of ra,i. rcr-w is a qtlestion whi'(h is now
S'':. !("''td into.
.Sa .i.,rs & Co. have toi.'.ra:)he 2
o (' Ci:.as to learn if su hi a; v<.sel ha i
'ha pl>ert recently, ani ini.uorni.. g
,: :jri it's of 'i' 1 .i0: itha; ole
i ,'en found capsiz '1 in th, gu.:.
";'* esel appeared to be a nuew
Oi!. an:l was painted white.


127,335
CW99


mar
The following fiAgurs show The PFe
sacola Journal's circulation for eac
day during the month Of August, 1M06.
with the average number of copies
daily:
August 1 4.350 August 1i 4,0
August 2 4,400 August 17 4,00
August 3 4,335 August 18 430
August 4 4,400 August 19 4,800
August 5 4,350 August 20 5,250
August 6 5,000 August 21 .....
August 7 August 22. 4,00
August 8 4,500 August 23 4,00
August 9 4.500 August 24 4,90
August 10 4,500 August 25 4,00
August 11 4,625 August 26 4,800
August 12 4.625 August 27 5,200
August 13 5,000 August 28 .....
August 14 ..... August 29 400
August 15 4,600 I August 30 4800
Auguet 31 000
Total for the month...... 12?,s
Average per day ........ 4,71
I hereby certify that tha above state.
ment is correct according to the reo*
words on file In this office.
FRED A. SWIar,
Circulation .gr.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 31st day of August, 1905.
J. STOCKS.
Notary Puble.


BOY PRISONER UNIVERSITY
STATE


D Pi Embracing the followia subjects:
DIR PL I. Language and Lterature-4 tMar.
SALLEGED OMIEN year cpurme leading to the degree o
S; Bachelor of Arts, Greek is not re.
i 1 Il /i C PA U 1HT GOT OUT OF JAIL. BY LONG LEAP ;quired, but is offered as an elective
AN IIALVLDE A0UGH T throughout the course.
SAND MADE GOOD HIS I. General Science--Divided ite
ESCAPE. three courses; 1. Chemical course;
JACK3ONVILLE DETECTIVE OVER Mathematical course; NaturaI Mietery
course. No Greek and only mtraAOl
HAULS TW'O NEGRO WOMEN Latin is e rd in thee oo A
I St. Augustine, Sept. 9.-Walter Ab four-year ooarsee
BURGLARIS IN THAT r.er. a colored youth of this city, is IIl. Agriculture--Four-year and two
CITY. making a bad criminal record for on year courses
Sso young, being about 17 years old IV. ngineer:ng-oor-yuarm e
He was given a pretimiqary hearing in Mechanical. Civil Sad
this morning before Judge Mackey. Engineering, also a two-year ourse
Jacksonville, Sept. 9.--Detective charged with the larceny of a bicycle. ;, Mechanics. No Latin or Greek to
James C. Crawford succeeded yester He was found gulHty and turned over required in III. or IV. The flle Ooarse
day in arresting Henrietta Matthews, ; to the county authorities to await his under II., III. and IV. lead to the deo
Bertha McGee and Jessie 'Matthews,; trial at the fall term of circuit court. gree of Bachelor of Seleace; the eg
negro women, who were charged witt He was taken to the sheriff's of courses to a CertAcate of Pr
breaking and entering, and witr. lice in the court house, in charge of V. Pharmacy-A full two-year
grand larceny of clothing valued a', Deputy Sheriff Appler, to await the to be begun in September 19S
$150 from Mrs. D. Rolland, 764. Oak train to take tle youthful criminal t VI. Normal-Three course
street. jail. It was here that he made a sen teachers: A one-yar cours ead lto
Henrietta Matthews, it is said national escape. a certificate, A threeyear coue lea&
worked a few days at the home ot Deputy Appler stood guard at the log to an L. I. Diploma; A- r-year
Mrs. RoNand before the family went door of the office, being the only exit, course leading to the degree oi aeek
north for the remainder of the sum but after a few minutes, when he step- lot of Pedagogy.
mer ped into the room for his prisoner, he An ampl. corps of oompeteit teach.
On the morning of September 6 was amazed to find the room empty ers A hich ci:rr1culum--n pemses la.
Policeman William B. Crawford was Abner had made his escape through nclndilng board. M to $1U pe year.
called' to the home of D. B. Sharp, a window, jumping to the brick pave- rail term opens September 27, 193t,
751 Oak street, where he found i ment below, a distance of twenty feet, Sena for Catalogue.
bundle of clothing, which he was told and evidently escaped uninjured, for ANDREW 8LBDD, rP"lst"
was left there a few days befouroe ., a no trace coukl be found of him. Only Lake City, Florida.
-!r.) woman who had never return a desperate criminal would have taken
ed for them. In the bundle were three such a risk. Officers are now scour-
:i.' tre se, two inur boas, a lot of, ing the city and outskirts fdr the youn Penla
underwear, etc. It was discovered desperado who outwitted them.
the same day that the clothing be Abner is a smooth article, as his S c
longed to Mrs. D. Rolland, who was shrewd p-actice has revealed. Offl- Classical School
then away from home. Following up;) crs found at his home a number of U
the case, which his mother had start wheels which he rented to small no- Prg atOy ScUd fw
e,!. Detective Crawford found that th groes. These bicycles had been stolen
Rolland home hau' been broken into at different times, and the rascal had
Henrietta Matthews, who had left disguised them in various ways so that
the bundle of clothing with Mr. Sharp they could never be identified by the
did not return for it as -oon as ;:e4 original owners, hut at last he was be- "One of the very beat secoary
expected, for, in th(e meantime. h trayl by a bicycle number which he schools in the South."-Prof Waltw
was arrested for the larceny of a paz- couli not obliterate. Miller, Tuiane University.
book on the grocery store of J. E. Me The Sixth Annual Sesloao will b1
Cuen, 221 C!ay r;c'et. For this of-i A Glasow Cemeter. gin October 2. 1905.
fense she. was tried and convicted in The Necropolis emetery, Glsgow, The Pensaoola Classical School tuek
the criminal court, being sentenced t(o as originally plannard, contained al- nishes the elements of a sound af
ten days in the county jail. She was most exactly twenty-four actes avail- cation.
released Thursday night, and D-tec able for burials, and it was suggested offers every advantage for pre
tlive Crawford learne.i that she was, It ofers every aantageror p"W
to have called at the residence of W % that each dIlvilon of e acre should ration for the best colleges, tVer
I. Diggins yesterday morning to (ic be named after a letter of the Greek ties and scientific schools in the eao.
some work. alphabet, which contains twenty-four try.
Detective Crawford went to the characters. For various reasons this Its instructors are thoroughly eq1lp
house, and was present when the v.o lda has not been fully carried out. ped teachers In the dpartmnnts o
man put in her appearance. She sai. but fifteen sections of the cemetery work In which they instruct.
that she had left the bundle of clothes hnve been so named from alpha to The pupils received are listed tr
with Mr. Sharp. and she was at one omega, the monosyllable letters be- such a number as will nsure are
arrested. She had on one of tl tween these being omitted. The names The individual is the oit of ints
stolen dresses. have not been applied in any partic- tlon.
She implicated her sister, Jesic ular sequence, but with the aid of a Student Labatories for stabdts aC
Matthews, and Bertha McGee, wh small map they are usel in locating science.
were also locked up on the same sma p thyfl n ceuce
charge. Justice Willard will give thae any particular spot in what is now one A large, well-equipped gymMasau
trio a hearing this morning at p olic of the most densely filled graveyards and a systematic course la phryseal
headquarters, an, they will no dot in the kingdom culture Insures a healthy growth
be held to await the action ofi th: the bdy to accomany and stre Se
athe mental development.
A bear accosted a map on the Why send your son or daght r
ATn or. 'os a ot away to college before properly pe
street the other day and poured out a pared for college work, when every
pH v tale of woe, to which the gentleman advantage for learning and more pg
t II patiently listened. Then he took out a sonal attention are offered here g
card bearing his name, which was that home?
of a well known philanthropist who For catalogue or further InforiMatla
Ch:pley, Sept. 9.--lion. Buell Cook. contribute largely to a organization address
John Campl,,: andj T. A. Dekle are working for th reller of the poor. H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
taking an outing at Ta'e Springs for a This he handed to the man after writ- P Ina .
few days. Ing in introductory note thereon. The 90 N. Spring Stret, P
The farmers are bringing: in ct-'n beggrar turned away with disgust writ- .... .
briskly now. and the town has a la"rgr tea on his face aad the parting re- ,


OF FLORIDA.


trale on tat ac-onant. Business 1 mark:
gEnera!ly on a husile, and the town "*say, y tn "k lgot time to beat It
is on the eve of a ig boom.up to dat joint? I'm too busy working'
Mrs. A.. Gay has returned homedi pike to waste m tm e dat way.
after spending a few days with Capt Wot dye rink I am-- messenger
A. J. Gay. who had the misfor-anne to boy -New York Tmes.
hurt his foot recently, but is now near.
ly well.
The contractors for the B. C. & St Th*" Diekt PersU. m Touuse.
A. R. R. are getting supplies, camp Of the dicultles in the language of


fixtures, e-c., reauy to commence work -P ia a tavtw wrft: "The words
yellow covered literature, which poisons the minds of those who read at once. one uses in a ttew are almost entre-
it and MAKES HEROES OF DESPERADOES. Hon. J. R. Wells. of Vernon, paid ly different from thop used conversa-
For it all I think there are two remedies. The first is the ~S athe city a short business visit Satur tonally, ad those in an ordinary
For it all I think ther are two remedy. The first is the SUP- day. prose history are again different. Then
PRES SION of the yellow covered publications, and the second is the 'Sheriff C. G. Allen has gone to Bir. It is almost imnpossble to distinguish
mingham after a negro held by the the teae, and, lasty, the adjective
placing of the boy who shows early indications of holdup proclivities police ahere. a hed b te adfrom the
in the reformatory. Juvenile courts for the ver young and unin- OO LAE FOubsta andR CLASSFICTION betw an
formed are all right The WHIFFING POST is a spleLdid thing WAaTeee ashea ee them eIh it qual-
WANTEes is the same rthe of thep
for that sort of offense also, for in Delaware, wh e they have it, there WAN'-ED"--irst-cias --teacher" for 5,ie, lwe F st e, text. is
is less crime than elsewhere. first assistant teacher's place in is my beloved n' may be read In the
ChIpley High School. Address Prof. Peslaa able i th.osn on o y
THE COMMON JAWL 1 A BAD PLAC TO PUT A SOY, E. L D. McRae, Marianna, 11a. beleve,' ;w;b.I lig W test Iolmce
CAUSE THERE HE IS APT TO BECOME A HARDENED CRIMINAL. 10septlw. toabue mSmms ,


wneit Tor Appeime
and then come to
the Old Reliable


Nick's


Restaurant.

I whmre te Mitb


All kinds of Flab, Soft Shen
Crabs, Western Meat.
REGULAR MOUI HeVaoD DM.AI. Vq
I~ CNT


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY. M,O RNING,


SEPTEMBER 10, 1905


PAG EDW*


If you are a "stickler" for qual-
ity, healthf-nlness and a double
pleasure in drinking it, call for


IS GRIDIRONED


BY ELECTRIC


RAILWAYS


C= 1 Ben H. Thomas Writes of the
Great Rural Developments of
It is brewed conscientiously from the Hoosier State.
choicest materials. It is aged for
months to prevent biliousness, and B By Sen H. Thomas.
every bottle is thoroughlysterilized -Fairmount, Intl., Sept. 8.-The state
St d i oster i Md. of Indiana is gri.ironed in every di-
It i a nere-restorer a body-builder, and a reaction by electric railways. the pfin-
tickler for the "stickler s" taste. Be sure to call for i cipal development being in the sec-
S *erst Beer, made famm by the sunny ,So ." t:on northeast of Indianapolis. It i,i
possible, however, to travel from 4v
WM GE ST BRE WING CO., Nashville, T miles south of Indianapolis to Chi-
cago. or from Dayton, 0., through the
state of Indiana to the Windy City
on the southern shores of Lake Micb-
igan.
The trolley lines of Indiana are the
PETER BELL, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. finest ienthe country and have been
3!) immerse factor In developing th.,
- -- resources of the state. In nearly
every Instance they either run along
DAPiiHiNEPROBABLEWINNERrseriacingathe farmer,htruckeraand couth-
DAPHNE PROBABLE WINNER PAID F|UNE|1RA ^S^ an
I HII L H try resident within easy reach of th.
IN COURT HOUSE REMOVAL townsand cities where a market for
IN COUIU HOUSE REMOVAL country products may be had and
fi rv f, wh(n tbe c,)untr~v rc den", may se-
EEO cure the benefit of city prices upon
S such commodities as he cannot raise.
H ot Figkt In SCourt Being M ade Regular freight trains are operate]
Hot Fight In Supreme Court Being Madethe lines whch carry agents
who receipt for goods of every o'lscrip-
By BAy M inette to RetaOin C tion at any point and see to their safe
delivery to the warehouses of the
County Seat. electric company's destination.
Transportation Rates Reduced.
s E says: It was suiclent evidence to change his pres- 'Since the building of the electric
St t e ould note is Membersf the Sevenline fegh Companyt and passenger transpor-
Stthe convictions, he could not see his Memberation charges have been reduced by
8merM of Baidwia county have dec1d- way clear to do anything but hold the the steam rargways to meet the com-
4 to 5aPpl to the state supreme next term ofthe Baldwin circuit court Of Coast Artille BUffed Pettive rates offered by the interur-
do bY lChanafdi r 8 mitu rBa a tl?Pe. ban lines, and It is now possIble to
by Chmanlor Smith retraining 'The recent deciton of Chancellor P Wnters. travel between the prinrpal cities
them tr lamut"g warrant to pay Smith of thle district, debarring fur- and towns of the state at from one to
the ideb1 tesdes upon Le court house their pmyIeatts of warrants on the one and one-half cents per mile.
at may Miette. county court house recently erected at nses of C P Win The ndlectric ral way oents perteil the
A baMd of $10,o0 is reulred to take. Bay Mbette, said Judge Browne, ap- The funeral expenses of feverrida lrest powelectr housic railway operates the-
e apIal tM it was stated that bo d pored to him to be an upholding night, and who was buried inSt. Jo- voted exclusively to furnishing powc-
In eld to be filed within th I next the deatsion of the supreme court in eph's cemetery, were defrayed by the for transportation purposes, which is
OF days. the matter at issue and he would embers of the seventh company o0 located at Anderson. and from whicn
hees ea derble discussion likeU "y much to have sumacient evi- Coast Artillery, of which the deceased current Is supplied to over 200 miles
t o the holdta at the court at m phone, dene given him to warrant a throw- was formerly a member. of trolley wire. This immense cur-
ts lew of the ft that the oid court la Aside of the decisions of the su- Although It was late in the night rent is.str buted from the feeders
ko Ie is said to be praolically dta- preme court and Chancellor Smith. when the members of the company at to the trolley through transformer
tled. A the fourth Monday in As to the place of holding court, he ort Barrncas received the news stations, several of which are located
October, which will be the twenty- said. It was a matter not optional with that their former comrade was dead, at convenient points along the vari-
third, Is sMt aelit for the opening of him, as he did not propose to show they immediately began taking u sub- ot lines. The cars upon the linci
court in Baw"I't i mid that wth- any preferences in the matter. But, scriptions in order that their friendimaintain a speed of from 25 to 30
ta that time it would bean utter im- he declared if the court must be held ht be i proper ma e er hour between towns, whici
at Daphne there It will be held. might be Interred in the proper man-,.-A ... .
poibility to put the old building at Daphne there t will be held. ner and t requled only a shot time Is aRut as Mst '4 'a local train onr
a condition to hold court. Another Baldwin Times Spakl. befo-e the amount necessary had been the steam raitways.
fact put forth is that there is no place The exclusive announcement made; subscribed The cost per mile of constructing
where prioners can be confined our-1 in The Herald yesterday to the effect This was forwarded to Marbhal electric lines In thit state is about th.
ing the tam of court. It is estimated' that Judge Browne would probably yesterday morning by one ofsame as for building steam railway
that at least two months would be re- hold the next term of the Baldwin the men. The marshal was the one toilines with the possible exception of
quired to change the countybuilding county court at the deserted former n tifv the members of the command talM, which are somewhat lighter-.
back to Its former condition. capital. Daphne. was read with much tlhe tt of Winters, and they sentcand culverts add bdges which do ncr'-
in Wn terest in Mobile. Nearly every mem- h-n & %eck for the amount, which euie the great" W'engtt necessary,
May Win O er of the Mobile bar practices in the promptly turned over to the un where locomotives and heavy trains
Daphne looks to be the winner In adjoining county and the statement promptal- are constantly passing over them.
the Baldwia court house controversy. of Judge Browne affected their future' eaer However, the difference in expense
Yesterday's Herald had an indication, visits and interested them. as it also is almost made #p by trolley poles
of something doing in the matter of did the people generally, for a deci-, Diphtheria, sore throat, croup. In- and cables which run along the righ.
the recent removal of the tribunal of sion from him to hold covrt at Daphne stant relief, permanent cure. Dr. of way to carry the heavy current.
justice of the Immense county 'A, instead of at Bay Minette would mean Thomas' Eclectric Oil. At any drug necessary Ntr the operation of the
Baldwin from Daphne to Bay kinette for the time being at least, a victory store. electric lies, to the different trans-
Judge Brown, the presiding Judiciaryi for the bay-side village over the grow- former stations.
of the thirteenth circuit, was quoted ing town at the upper end of the Low rates at Southern Hotel for : Last VYwMt Profits.
as sayiag he had under consideration i county. rooms and board. Last year the Central Union Trac-
the quaetlaa of the proper place for The case would be without a parallel,
boldlag the next term of circuit court in the history of Alabama.
of Baldwin outy-whether it shoui The Baldwin Times, formerly ofh J *
be held at Bay Minette or Dapane. Daphne, where, toward the close of The Journ u l D aily Fashion Feature
Judge Browne showed Tee Herald Its residence, it advocated removal
the following head note in the 140th of the county seat to Bay Ainette. is
Alabama reports, page To-. In the case at hand today with the following ar-
of Hand. et. al. versus Stapleton, et.I tide: ^0 0
al.. a bill of equity for an injunction: "That Chancellor Smith would de-
"tatMte providing for removal of cide the chancery ualt. known as the
county seat of Baldwin county; his! case of G. B. Stapleton, et. al. vs. J.
ever gone into Eeect--4he provisions D. Hand. et. al. against the Bay Mi.
C s0eeto6m 10 of the act 'to provide for nette end of it, ha been known for
the removal of the county seat of several months and arrangements L
Baldwin county' constitute a condition made to meet it. The dcliston is no
precedent to said act taking effect, and surprise and cuts no figure. An at)-
beooming operative; and. therefore, peal has been taken to the supreme I
lamce the court house commissioners court and Mr. W. T. Hand, who hold
bled to ascertain that the county of and owns the bonds or war-ants
Baldwin could contribute t,.e amount which are affected by tnis decree, nas
Smsmey necessary for the bumidingofr Fgen a $10)'i appeal bond. and to- -
a oMrt house and jail at Bay Minette' gether with the county commis-ion'rs,
duutag the year 1901, without increase- and citizens' committee, will fight isa < v
IS the tax rate of said county. said question to a finish before the supreme I
et has never become operative." court. We have no desire to open up ,
This derision, said Judge Browne. old sores on this court house queo-
W the oe he was pondering over. lion. Quite the contrary. The con'l-,
ed. he declared, unless he was given tion of all matters pertaining to it I-
have materially change since the te
H LL BE C lU ED Bay Mine;ise is now, even if /not i B ii.'
the one pacc in the cunty which / a
I U suitably located as our county seat.
O l ent theThe county buildings here are new an
e ts metr Kidofey ver quickly if what are needed. Their cost has
ull oly resort to the Bitters at the both honest and economical. There O ,
Rsymptom. Thousands have found .s absolutely no graf in that ,.-a> Ii
Ms true dorting the pest 50 years. By reason of the splendid railroad I t
facilities of Bay Minette and the prs t
OSTETTER sibiltles of even more and better fa-
cilkies here it is easily the most ac
SO ACH ITTERS cesible town in the county. Again,.
many of those who opposed Bay 'l-
.oulO therefore have a prominent nette as a county seat are n'w-,h iw


place in every home because it is a- us and ill _e to the enI True. ,h
solutely sate and can be re'led on in facts may have nothing to do L t:h
e&al of Indmigestionfl, Dyspepsia, the case as i: now stands in court
C "a Ctive0Ps Heartb "aor doay but it will have mach to do w;I /
Female Ills. t.A-it;the fast growing sentiment and prt-:-
ailing feeling that the court house
I should remain at Bay Minette and C
ELLI 0 ithat this removal case and con'ro-
versy be ended for all time. 'Tha i it
will he fought to a successful con-
W ]It E LMA Oct. lI exclusion when it reaches the supreme
u1 rn Oct. ItS ctur: there is no doubt. Mr. W. T.' ,-W
L"n" Hand is represented by Stevens &! <'~ c
S1.: s. of Mobile. The county comn-
SAY, JACK, missioners by R. T. Ervin. J. D. Hand
by W. A. Collier. Ex-Judge Charl,]o s
how is it your clothes always look Hall by Leslie Hall. and the citizens'
Tha easy I belong to the o itteeof Baldwin county and Bay SMART BOX COAT FOR THE NURSERY FOLKS.
Minette will be ably represented i`"y
g*l_._ cMobile attorneys. Something will he Almost any of the lighter-weight, back, and falls in two rabat ends in t
d a r s g lub done. Meantime the county seat Is woolens will answer for this simple' fr, one either side of the fastening; t
Here and the cotrt house remains at little coat. that is fashioned upon loose and several rows of the black velvet
They keep Pay Mine'te. box lines for the small folks of thei ribbon are used to trim this. The coat s
them in tr od shape and only charr3a In making an appeal bond and nursery. A scarlet cloth, with black: is cut to come just-about to the curve f
mie one doiar per mcnth. Why don't taking the case at once to the supreme ribbon velvet to trim collar and cufft, s of the hip, and r te l!tIle patch pock
you Joi' .'ust ring up Phone ti75 and court, the decree of Chancellor Smitti, usually acceptable; the brilliant color-! eta are both smart and convenient.
give I'ta-c'lm White your name. or I- superceded and can have no effect. ing proving extremely becoming to the The sleeve is a full puff caught into;
ee Buc 5ae Reese at Johason's atar.i whatever upon the case." little tots. The collar is square la the a ribbon-trimmed cuff at the wrist.


1fi6 first is the most crucial time.
If for the first time the greatest
event in your married lives is about
to occur, how expectant, how wrapt
up in it you find yourselves.
You try to overlook, but in vain,
that element of uncertainty and dan-
ger that you have been led to expect
from the experience of those mothers


LADIES TO THEBRIGHTS


RESCUE I


BEFUNIAK


They Have Formed an Association
and Will Proceed to Clean
Up the Town.


Special to The Journal.
DeFuniak Springs. Seop. '.-Dr C.
A. Landrunt. who has been in Alpinc
Texas, v.i:t';g Mr. and Mrs. S. D.
Cawthon for the past several weeks


and fathers who have struggled -eturne! home Wednesday.
though this ordeal in ignorance of Miss Christian McK:nnon is on a
M ohe ,s1' Frlend vis:t to relatives in Marianna the's
week.
what it is. and what it does. Miss Etta Morrison. of Pensacola,
If at this time every expectant man who has been at Argy'e for several
and wife might krow of this greatest' days expects to leave soon for Al-
of boons,. devised for the express lanta. ? roul there she will go ro Ko.
purpose of alleviating and disp Ilirg sitco), .Mss., where he has ac-ep'ed1
the suffering and consequent danger a position as teach: in t!:e school a:
of chila-ninrth. how quickly would all t'.at plact'.
douht and worrv be dissipated. ir. T. S. Laney. of Florala, spent
Mother'. Friend is an invaluable Thi:rslav ani Friday here.
linimentforexternal massage, through Mr. ir W. Storrs. t1-e hust!in-
whose potent agency countless moth- Bre man, was in Fre.po't Frid v
ers have been enabled to experience rn husln,,-s.
the joy of parturition for the first h fc-s Mr. and Mrs. m
time without danger to themselves or Roger ant iss Johnne Gls
their off-sping. returned home after having been ,te-
[ in. Rff* T" -*' gained for several days on account or
Aeamrm, o the quarantine regulations.
The membership of the Town Im
-. . .. .... provement Assoco ation has gre; aiy
n Company clare p over 60,-increased and plans have been mappne-i
ion Company cleared tp over $650,- out for an active campaign. The town
000, net, and every cent w3as 'n0ed has been divided Into six distri t-
for extending the lines inLo new terri- an laly pt in c.argp of ea story. The only question in electrical; They have scured barrels and box,,-
transportation to prevent its i.eling an for waste paspe,, etc.,and three nldl.h
immense dividend payer, that I can see that these are convenienty
see, is that of renewals. Last yea, placed. In addition to this they ha
the lines were practiclly now and have secured; the co-operation of tt,"
needed but little attention. In the' children. About fiftv of them met at
rourve of a few years, however. It children. About fifty of them met at
course of a few years, i te school house last Monday after-
will be necessary to put in new lies. noon and perfected an organization
ral-ls. switch curves, etc., as well as among themselves. They took a
cars, and the cost of maintenance wil; pledge not to throw trash Tof any kiad
be increased by the necessity for con- upon the street, and to use their in
tinuous repairs to machinery and fluence upon other who may be so
other property. If the lines pay suff- tempted.
clently to allow the formation of a The boys of Company K have had
sinking fund for the purposes enumer- two regular drills Under their efficient
ated, and this haj in all probability! captain in Flournoy Hall, and at-
been provided for, the owners of the though their quarters are not very
electric lines have, to use a.lang ex-, spacious they made a good showing
preaslon, "the world by the tall." The company expects o6 attend h1o
Run Sleeping Cars. encampuient at Lake City about tle
A line of sleeping cars was oper- middle of next monterpring farer.h.
ated by the traction cosipany some of the cunty are tryug to form a
time since between Indianapolls anai union among themselves for the pur-
Dayton, 0., but the patronage did not' n ionraasing the yield nf r ac"e
pose (f incr ,astng the vte!d ir ac',
warrant its continuance. It is onl, in corn. Tere are already fifty .: z
a question of time until sleeping cars
will be regularly run upon the princi- member paying $1 andto the who plan, ea
pal lines, and, in ae near future, it mon psi a the ho
be possible to travel from amount subscribed is to be given :o
will be possible to travel from New the member who makes the lar.;o'st
York to Indianapolis or Chicago. yield. Any farmer in the county may
VThen that time arrives sleeping cars join, and no restrictions are put ot
will be a necessity if any attempt Is fertilizers or methods of cultivation.
made to secure through passenger Miss Retta McQuarrie returned to
traffic. The surveys for two llnes Montgomery Thursday after a pleas-
which are to be tne connecting links ant visit of several! days to her par-
in the scheme for an all electric rail- ents.
way from the Atlantic coast to In- Mrs. D. A. Gillis. of Knoxhill, is
diana and ilinols are already well here on a short vlsit w Mrs. Jacob
utinder way and construction will be e Idge.o
c(imenced as soon as the engineers Mr. and Mrs. Carter King, of Pen-
finish their work. sacola, spent several days here th!s
Newspapers Benefitted. week en route to Gracevile.
The newspapers are greatly bene- Miss Christine 013,d Miss Kath I
fitted by the electric lines and all o erine McDonald hand Miss Math ouc-
them take advantage of the system school board to grade the papers In
to circulate the news. Nearly over the recent examination. There were
cross-roads hamlet has its regular seven applications for certificates;
newsbay and the morning papers are s white and one colored
deliver" *by carriers In hundreds of six White and one colored.
places that would otherwise only be No need to fear sudden attacks of
accessible by mail. This is a special cholera infantum, dysentery, diarrhoea
advantage to the 'farmers as It en- summer complaint of any sort if you
tables them to be in close touch with have Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
the markets. Strawberry In the medicine chest.
Since the advent of the electric rail-
way upon a large scale the use of the
telephone has become almost univer- Stme's BDs Cramm-r.
sal in this state. ihvery farmer is Among authors of any rank the
now supplied with telephone service most incorrigible offender, from the
and can order his supplies as needed grammarian's point of view. was
from the towns and what he order- Sterne. That lay for lie doe not con-
will be set off the electric cars at hit stantly appear in his writings in mod-
ery door. ern editions is not due to him, but to
Valuable in West Florida. the editors of his works. Gontempo-
The value of the electric railway in rary critics attacked him for perpetrat-
T'e valueI o"m the electric railwa "y In' h ,, ,..
1115 DUk] E~UIiDLIUUL LMiLLAUL


developing the resources of a state
cannot be overestimated and. without,
doubt, the day is not far d.stant when
a large part of West Florir.'a Will be
covered d vi-h tracks and trolley wires.'
al leading to the metropolis, the Deep!
\Vt:er City of the Gulf.

For Mosquito Bites
And the poisonous sting o! all ins-ects.
Sloan's Liniment is the great antisip-.
tic.

THE
SHORT LINE


California and Northwest
via
Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Karsas
City is the
Union Pacific
and connections, with through sleeping
cars.
One-way colonist rates on fale fro r
September 15th to October 31st. 1905
To Cilifornia, Oregon, ashington.1
Montana, Utah. etc.
Special round trip rates to Califor-
nia and the Lewis & Clark a xpCl-
ion at Portland, Oregon, until Sep-
ember 8th.
Ask for through rate from your
station and secure literature. In-
formation freely given.
J. F. VAN RIRN.RSELAER.
General Agent.
13 Peaewtrie 8L, Atlanta, Ga.
G. W. ELY, T. (P. A.


Ing -suc jEnglUU. bULut tuir censureUt
had no effect upon his practice. When
in 17r8 his "Sentimental Journey" was I
published the leading review of the
day savagely sailed him for adopting
a vulgarism charstaritet "of a city
news writer," It said. "But Maria lays
In my bosom," wrote there. "Our
readers," remarked the irate reviewer,
"may possibly conclude that Maria
was the name of a favorite pullet."
Sterne's indiffereee to the rebukes he
received on this particular point seems
to indicate that he we em eo( those
who regarded the usage as proper.-
Professor Thomas R. Lomsury In
Harper's Magazine.
A Smefoe's rDu.
There are some men who have cer-
tain fads about smoking. and some of
those fads are cwiao and expns ve,
said a New York dealer. I kaow a
man who beItres that the rseation of
the ashon the and of the dgar makes
the cigar amoke better and tale bet-
ter. He says tf ha were a rifw man
be would never smoke a sger after
the ash had fallen from It I attempt-
ed to persuade him that a elgar that
retained the anh was poediMy btt
beease by this it showed that It wa
more evenly and elosely roUed sad
properly seasoaed. but tthe n ing ef
tUe ash from such a cigar we ne
injure the Saver or the emob S qua.-
Itf. But be weald not be coavitced.
He eys he a ea tell the difference Im-
mediately. And so be bes about care-
fully guarding the ashea on the end of
his w eds as isa am pmblisa d look-
ing upon their aameiw loeg as a tem-
.porary mist -tg.


DISEASE
Many people who are neglecting
symptoms of kidney trouble,
hoping "it will wear away," are
drifting towards Bright's Disease
which is kidney trouble in one of
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THI PENSACGLA JOURNPI.


YOUTHS HISTORY OF AMERICA.


-now. Beary, you may teUl me where

01 the State of 1Ilsitt."
That used to be so. but it was %ea ed
meral years ago. Tbe State of Illinois.
ms well as several other states, are now
Io tfe Beef Trust. James you may tell
oe the difference between Bunker HBill
a"d the Beef TrBst"
"M* the oue case we licked the Britih.
adI to the other the Beef Truot licked

OCsrect. rarah. you may tell me who
orttgiated the Beef TrustT
"A and of patriots who found that
patriotism was boing held too cheaply In
Amerks They raised the prices about 15
per cent Anyone who can afford porter-
bone stenk now In a real patriot and
ready to die for his country."
That to right. Charle's. were the peo-
pie for a time opposed to the Beet
Traust
-Thby were and muct injustice was
doe them. The government even went
so far as to indict some of the greatest
patriots ronnemeod with tt."
*And what folluwedT'
* "The said greatest patriots took a skip
to Europe. enjoyed the liberty of free
governments for a few mortbs. and then
returned to find a chance to raise prices
.giIn and convince the people at large
that they were the original Lilberty Bell


and that the anu the y stopped ringing


A Patriot.


Amerlcan irwependence would be a thing
of the pasL'"
JOE KERR.


POOnR HT'NPP'rrED MISSIONARY.
Cannihal (tIef Why Is that rnlssionary so %-iPtr'. to die?
His took \VWe captured hli wife this nmltjnig .anid c ve chine'd 'em together.


Won't Take Long.

Y: lerard -T think yon have merely bhen flirting with me. and I'm going to tell yon my mtnd--
Miss Summers--Well, please go ahead; I can spare two or three seconds n'iw just as %well as at any t'ine.


STILL AT IT.


"I1 tho'irht, sa:d thie little man with
the loud vol'e. "' t-I:ught the l'reshlent
wai%- after the rallrouads nnd their utjust

"So be It." was the reply. "Have you
got a castu?"
"I have. sir. I weigh only 110 pounds
The fare for me to Chicago Is $5."
"Well ?"


ME KNEW RIM.
-PooWle saras he's deeply ton lore wtth Miss Thomas.
Sbe-LDo't you believe It. Be's too shallow to be deeply


.a love with anyone.


EXPENSES HEAVT.
it-ATe yeM golng to sPewnd all ummer in town)
Dta-Yea, mty wife Is doing all the spending out town tmat I can afford.


Get Killed, Str-and Evet Tlings
Up.
9
"Weli. the fare for a fat man weighing
2W0 pounds tois Just the same. Shouldn't
he pay more or I pay less?"
"It looks that way at first glance, but
when, yon come to consider that If you
are killed they pay as much for a small
man as a big one you see where the
equity cones In. Get killed. sir-get
killed and even things up."
JOE KERR.



HOW HE WAS CRUSHED.
A dudish young man sat on the end of
the seat of an open car with a sense of
proprietorship, when another dudish
young man jumped upon the footboard
and stared at him for a moment and
then said:
"Thir, why donth yon hitch along?"
"Why should I bitch along?" queried
the other.
"Because, thir-beenuse I lisp. If you
will pay attention you will see that I
lisp. I have had a front tooth taken out.
their. Yea. air. I have had a front tooth
to' n out so as to make me lisap, and I
demand, thtir- demand that you hitch
along and give me the end seat."
"You are way off, my lisping friend.
Can't you see that I have just bad my
ears manicured, and that they are of a
beautiful pink!'."
"Oh. I thee," said the lisping young
man. "Yes, their. I see, and I will admit
that pink ears beat a lisp, and I will
climb over you and thit down and feel
duly crushed."
JOE KERIL


BRIINGING IT HOME.
"Ma." said the twelve-year-old boy.
who wa: poring over the daily paper, "It
tells here about a man who sold the gov-
ernment crop reports to speculators and
made a big pile of money. Was that
wrong?"
"Why, of conrqe It was wi g."
"Will be go to leaven?"
"Certainly not."


"Did de gang fire Doepy MDis trr votin' de Probibition ticket?"
"Naw; he proved he was full when he done it."


THE REST BY MAIL.
"Weli," said StebbIns. an he met Tork-o
on the street the uther day, "you hae
had a vacation."
"Yes; was away two weeks."
"Have a good time?"
"Very good. Indeed."
Mr. Stebbins stood for a moment as if
he wanted to Inquire further, and Mr.
Yorkes looked at him as If ready to an-


HER IDEA.
Mrs. Newwed Ethel. dear, here comes your new papa up the road.
Ethel (critically)-Was that the best you could do, mamma?


She (after the quarrel)--1
He- No, Leep it. I don't
thumb.


ON THE SEASHORE.
suppose you want your ring hack.
know any girl it would fit uuless she wore It on her


Never Stops.
ne-Man has a perfect organ of speech.
She- So bas woman.
lie -No, she hasn't. Her ais made with-
out stops.


Received a


Postal Card by the
Same MaIL


swer, and then both passed on. The Best
morning both received postal cards by the
same mall from each other. Stebbinl
wrote:
"I meant to ask you If you caught a"
fish?"
And Torkes wrote:
"Knowing what you wanted to k, let
me Inform you in advance that there was
no like. no !lit, no lines, no flsh and no
f,,ol." JOE KERE.


"Will He Go to Heavent"


Set he ut'cid tsureIvthaut
Lii. VVIn3lua-Y LCLama


Would b* but rai e a eyes
And look about and see
A friend who's come to help
Him gain b t liberty.


"If pa had sold crop reports Instead of
be:ng a bookkeeper at $1P per week.
would he have gone to Heaven?"
'No: but you see----"
"What, mn?"
"lle'd habe left money enough behind
so that the rest of us could have gone
there." JOE KERLR


Partlemlat Perey.
Til not go In to bathe today:
I quite give up the notion.
I shall wait until some other time,
When nobody's sinat the eneal"r


NATrRALLY.
Ml's Subbube--All the flowers In the garden are In bloom now, except the
"four-o'c locks."
Mr. Wise--Mayjr you fe'rnt to wind them anl


What do you think of this as a sample of woman's higher education?
Toui don't mean It has caused your condition'
That's lust what I menn Mr wife has been taking le-ono fn uohratel etTalw&.


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b&w-x'V. -"


jThe Journa's Classified Cash Adve

|-F- A r m M--ON&. '- Meo a Dvert tmaent for S taken tolens t 2e.


.rtisements

SpeOW rates by the month.
%-%%-t-'. ... .... qSb%%b1%%b%!ll 11


Have a Definite Object!

Every man should have some definite object
in view. There is no one object for which
I a whole family can save with so much zest as

For a Home.


The tough of the future joy softens every
economy. Money paid on a home is an ever.
prmeset Swkty and


Does Away With Rent Days.
e cam tart you right.


Pensacola Investment Co.
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able. House mw be rented tempor-
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's of-
fice. 3 sept.


FOR SALE.-Cabin
10 ft. beam. 24
speed 8 miles hour;
gasoline engine in
seat 40 passengers;
taken at once. W.j
Government St.


launch 44 ft. long
inches draught,
18 H. P. Barber
good order; will
sell at sacrifice tf
A. Smith, 238 W.
15aug1m


FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
Vault Fixtures of all descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Safe ant
Lock Company of ClnciMnati, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
*itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
tSJune.
FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock of
confectioneries and cigars, located
on Palafox street. Can be had at bar-
gain if purchased at once. Apply Es.
cambia Realty Co. 15aug.


REAL ESTATE


LOANS

RENTS


and

INSURANCE


Others have profited and been pleas-
ed with us. Why not you?
Our clients among the best In Pen-
sacola; ask them?

$10,000.00 to Loan at 7 and 8 per
cent.

YOUR BUSINESS SOLICTED.*


L.S. BROWN & Co


200 Thelsen Bld'g


W E A R E S T I L L . . . .. . . .. . . .
doing business at 2041,2 S. Palafox S R.!e
and not running from fever Rents P\I l
collected. Real estate bought and I geesFrom Pensac01a
sold. 004
We advise you to stay in town, but
whether you go or stay et us collect, can place their property in our hands for
your rents.ol tion of R nts, Pay-
EverythIng in the real estate busi-T Colltion of R 9ntS P .
ness receives prompt attention. m nt of TAX0S, keeping it prop-
LIE I E BR early Insured or Disposing of
SLIame. W are here to stay,
fe r r or no fevr, and any busi.
FOR RENT ness entrusted with us will receive
FOR REN'T.-12 room house, corner caretui attention.
Hayne and Wright streets. Appiy Crrespondence solicited.
W. S. Garfield. 27aug. orresponence
FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block out- P UIAl,& nn A
side city limits on county hardly Ihos. li. WSOat s. O.nC
road, with six room house; wind mill;osson o.,
water pipes in yard and all through
house. Rent reasonable. ApplyW.! Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agents, ,
M. McClellan, at First National Bank,
Pensacola. 26augim. Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.
FOR RENT.-3 rooms at 4003W. Gar- w
den St. 13auglw*


.5.5 As ,m N ew-mmew. ,m-rWW E ~ mrWA Twusrw. FORt SALE.-Nice new cottage .(4...-
I9 See"s1o mU N ell out1.ehl de. I rooms and hall) between Palan St. "WE SELL LOTS" FOR llENT-Lorraine House, corner
eaPal tor SaunderMill; easy term. pHaynemandBelmont street. pply
ply t J. W. West at Saunders Mill. W. S. Garfield.12u n
22aiu-lm. FOR SALE FOR RENT.-Residence lately o PATTILLO CAMPBL
I Mpacupiedi by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. 1AM ULL..
OR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents FOR SALE.-Shingles and wood. Mill LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary. Attonaw.
per hundred. Good for wrapping just west of Muicogee Wharf- C. L* 43 S. Palafox street. 7iun TB
W&*-'1D-Bolrd by oople without WANT'D.-Cook, one who can milk paper and to put under matting. A Creighton. 10sept2m Room 405 Then Building.
Alidren; locSoaB mugt be in edge preferred. Apply to Mrs. J. W. clean and nice. Journal office. FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor. -
of city ad near ar e. Addr Coona No. 1M E. Gadeden street t Do you value your health? If so. FO AL-At acrac tu t ner Barracks and Zarragossa street. THOS. PEBLEY,
-"lws,"- cae JourD 10nplt oept1w use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey", i sIt,1 s* ea Call atSuitable for boarding house. Apply LAW. REAL ESTATE LOANS AND
POBITION WA UD--y- n1 W, ANTBD.-A rm el- eypresna- an Schly. New Orleans Grocery 3-144 I Itq4eeQ. Lim to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East ZarrA' COLLECTIONS
as bookkeeper or stographer. Ad' yer to operate a Challoner Power Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. a FOR SALE-O Choice block o t gosa m:t PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
dras A. L. M. eare JoursaL M1achin. Address the J. J. McCas- We have been with you in Pensaco- of t a ridge east of the electric PHONE c59.
PeTtlw* kill OoL, Ulmepot 10sept3t la since 1874. and still Waend to stay railway, between 7th and 8th street&. Money to Loan. .
K Le your Uss n In condition d influence large orders for well of groceries at lowest mar- cannot be duplicted. A. V. Clubbs DO YOU WANT to borrw mney n Attorncyand oullt La
and ndnot fear am disease. known brands of whiskies. Address ket prices. New Orleas Grocerym $500.00 up?
,, --c" War., for with artIculars; references and Co., Ja. McHugh, Prop. aug20 PLUTO! PLUTO! amounts from 8500.00 up? We have 106 East Government Street.
Pl to, i e greatAD l, u references and O Keep your system in good condition $10,00.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent. General Law Practe.
sale. wholesale and retail, by JM. te 'W. Hughes, 7 Corps Building. GROW GINSENG. Large profts. and you need not fear any disease. interest. Those. C. Watson & Co. 6aug
McHu. Preow ROW, Lverpool, England. Room in your garden. Roots for sale. Pluto, the great sto9&ach healer, for MONEY TO /LiND-On good real e ORGE DOUVIILE,
Mcug. rent or buy improved 5sept3t. Write today or literature. Bucking- sale, wholesale ti retail, by Jam. tae security, or on good collter G OR
pa ot more than 8 miles north ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. McHugh. at lowest rates. Leslie ATTORNEY.AT-LAW.
place not Pensacola, ith 15 to WAN D-Trustworthy man toman laug3mos. uFisher bh.dla. s Rocm 50 Ten Phe 7
or sorthwstf age branch office and distributing de FOR SALE-South haf block 211. br hoAeA-womR3hous. comer Fier d-L oc 4
e Howeso land lsan cs I eptl m pot for largtemanufacturer. SlWaryto ) fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by t, blockS l tro Palatox, lot o6z MONEY OANM e sa and SM IT
U.e o start with, $1600 ist year. and extra 17% feet on Bay View Park; also 192 0a Car ne. For particular tI- kats e personal property, pa) e WLS &,
ING & HaUAL, contracting painters commissions and expenses. Applicant south halt of block 2r2, fronting 400 re of Staudr Clo0thing Co. weekly or mthy. Whoe ye e NT
and decorators. Fine varnishing must have good references and $1000 feet on 14th St. by 1371 feet on Bay 2 ,meney ** see me J. A. Wilso', 2 W. E T .
and finishing. Sign painting a ape- cash, capital secured. Experience un View Park. The only property adjoia. o rM tl-t lacWsr- bu'lditI Fisher Building, 20/ South Palafox
city. Residence phone 249. 29aug. necessary. Address "Manufacturer," ing Bay View Park that s now for s ALB CuMBAP-My three-year., I. 0 Street.
-r...R 21 West Atwater St..dDetroitMcrDl g"ay View Park that si.PNs now for -E r25.
Mrs. Laura W. Creary will resume set Atwater St Detroit, Mich. sle. The beautifulbview down the ldBerkshi r d tear, Dukeloe MON LOAAD on good Pe
agency for the Winona mills hislery, et.bayou and down the bay can never beFl idanrf ayam
dte r eo o -Aobstruoted V. Clubbs. 30Jly young pigs.. -u'Is DSonth -old boar-al-aUl *Uq- uty 1 any aLoung, a -- NT-
and solicits the patronage of all, form .. S Peope cc .derred. CarlSet-sDR.J OI
rr cstome stal card and she will to oea- worry1A Let The Journal new; high grade; cheap for cash. terlind, Chipley, ONjY LOAN on ail kinds DentlSe.
bosiert send postal carhone147. Want Ads solve the problem for you. Address C., P. 0. Box 395. t ONT LOAND n ail kinds of per
all with samples, or phone They are expt detecves and can wed-sR Krm of fever- sa property on short note. Room 8 Brent Builing. Phone, 8
27auglm" find the mae y ouare loo g for5 we-un. ore a barrel ck lime to-day. Termn eay. J. W. Bullard. wpotalrs
WANTED-You to know that you caa he is included in the 26,000 or 30,00 FOR SALE.-My residence on Baat Phone 367. 4uglm 2g% South Plaox St, Phone 1144
WATED. len old papers at his people wh makes the poplaon Hill, either including whole block no L. C. P ILLIP.D.
buy nice clean old papers at Pensacola. of twenty lots 40x1371-2 feet each or MEOPATHST
oce CepAnInelgnpequarter block of five lots. Apply at M lsOellanoouso n6I11MT iD autat POW e a r tO .a OfficeatT
WATgD.-Everybody to know that Any g nteo imet rrson may earo a my office, Thlesen Building for furt- .._ o kd ern report Ofce at No. 7% 5. Palafox, Bloun
our BMend of Coffee may be imitte good income corresponding for ws. er particulars. C. W. Hagerman. PIANO TUNING. erate to buslse M on large Building.
but can't be equaled. New Orleas po-Xs; no canvassing; experlen*e 24auglm. I worked at this 14 years in Mobile 2ons. Th New York Lena 0.. z04 Offce Hour-$:N tO 11 a ., and
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHug Po. n cssary end for particulars. o a
Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport, FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room Al,. -1 will satisfy you in price and Rtnth t 5 e, o P o .
D.-The public to know that J i shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet a t gregory St., Pensacola. S rT hem s rindays-SubOe Pho alL
we are pioneer coffe Roasters of WANTED-Agents in different ooun. well and outhouses. A good bargain. 29atglm* 402 8. PALAFOX ST. --------E- -
Florida. New Orieans Grocery Co, ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla. news are ood for many ONT TO A ON DIAMOND LLIA
Old newspapers are good for many MONUT TO -A. Ring&ON DIAMONDsF
)La. McHugh. Prop. ang and Lock 0's F ad Br1ar Proo 22 augw* t ings. You can get lots of them W0 i L CONTRACTNILDER
OOKRS WANTED at No. 17 West Safes and Vault xtures of every FOR SAI&-Second-hand cash re. cheap by calling at this office. t BSal unredeed Offlce, Brosnaham building, nS t
LAB3a Street, city. Sag6w* description. Write me or terms. ter In perfect condition. Will Il ter to Pensacola Busne Colle ge
STrans Scarrict Moreno. P Msaeo laI., Flor.' cash or or, time. A roai bargain. Can RGULAU MAIL LAN--Good convy. pPrompt attention always ll ven
WANTED.-The MerchantTranst ida State Agent. 28june. be seen at JamesiMcHughs. 22modb ace for traveling pubiMo. Daily ser $10 000 to loan, in amounts of to business. Panola. Fla. I
co, wants your moving andhauling. e eachWA. From (hipley to ay. $500.00 and up at 7 and 8,
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- BAY HOTrEL-Op. night and day. FOR SALE---Good paying grocery, head. Address M. T l $10000 $500p ad
sea Prop. Phone 97L 1lUnCael. European pIl. RM os light sad cheap rent store, living rooms in AL& 2484d per cent. interest. Thos. C. Watson
clean. Transient trade sollted. 575. connection. Store doing good cash L. C 6au6
We want everybody ti know that we 579 South Paltaox. Jo. S. Nicolas. business. Household furniture also REAL TAT CAPTAIN
are wholesale and retail grocers and pw nov. or sale. Reascus for selling, am leav.r- jAL M STATE In all parts of city.
still at the old stand. New Orleans RA E ST-t % CAPTAIN
Glocery CaO. Jss. )Lc.ugk, Prop. *-** mnr c1ty on account of sickness. Tele you buy the ground ad" we wil FoundI ll JTiflA
au30" For Bal phone 1064. 11aug1w 1 anld your house a" n time ND.-One black x BEN IE EDIU NDSON
014 ,.trW Wef an marked with a crop and spit and u'i-
ds us clean your fa re FOR SALE AND RENT.-Block top City. TractNo. 312. For cash $600. TAILOIN--. Diamond, Tfor. derkeditin one ear and oversquare in LAUNCHES
per your dynamo, do your wiring, etc. tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for par- Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa. Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and fther. Owner can obtain same by ap-
lpone 670. Pensacola Electric Co, ties :o camp out of town. Address P. laugh epailre on short nUee No. 11% plying to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, Fla
eornwr latndenci and Bayle tretaO. Box 446, city. oo TO TURTON tor all ies A West Ow et St., Penpacola, A 25auglm* CUPID, RORT. L. E., NANCY AND
Iaunelm. Cameras loaded and unloaded free Ide EDNA S.,
TlM --Mu Raane n cases. especially adapted for mi;- graphs in ae south. *2 years a lead. CENTS per head, we will haul out LOST
work. OAc phone 6 Residence liuery purposes or for drug store; 18a ded hr cow e. Leav orders; can be chartered by the hour, day or
one 39. Acost W t. 22- N. s one lot of counters and fine WALL TINTS by experts; results at 16 Bast Intndeocta. Herring IST.-Coat from No. 900 E. LaRua week. Terms reasonable.
FrnePu es4orrfordrgstri TalFeiand Cookinb
reaDgoan. e 25meh French plate usass mirrors. .E L. guaranteed. Fairchild acd Rice, Phone Bros street, south on 9th ave. to Wright lFisng Tacleand oo Ut
special Pe- cola &ad Psam CaJnals R ... 12Julylm SAILMAKER. street, thence to Palafox, north t is furnished if desired.
B4moa. which will shortly appear. CHICKEN WHEAT produces egg FO)R BALE.-'Two pair extra fine J. EL PORTER. sallmaker, 7168 South Saunders Mill, on Hard Road. Prob-
WIl pontain half-tone pictures of city, Makes fowls especially well flavored, young mules, sound and in good Palatox street. Orders taken for ably contained some valuable papers: PHONE 204.
bhalbo sad special seeaes. 15 eta. The cheapest food to be tooud. F. & condition. Also one 2-horse Studs. tents, awnings, camp stools and house' if found return to Journal office and
LMve .orders at Youraal oale. Mellen & Co, Phose 84. loet baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4june courts. etc. Priees reasonable. 31jan get reward. 9sept.I E U $01
V IAl1T)D--Secoad-1xai1id Corn, Oa0 CAPT. SENIE EDUUNSSOM1


and cotton seed meal eacks. Out at
towV spwent tsolucted. Write as
F. a. Me e & Co. 0marehli
A. It BINu AM wants your moving
ead haitheg. He guarantees all break
age. Phone 6U.
SCONLP-tiANLPD 'LKNiJ'UKJh. houe
hold Ar... e. Jewelry and any sale
able Article wanted. W% pay cask
for It Addr-se P0. o. B SS. Cty.
16dee
THK RCNT"AL BUSNINhC is oul
Specialty and your bsnes wil
have carm:il attention. D. Hale Wi&


MerE mnd RomOM.
ROOMS AN:' BOARD-Several large
rooms for rent with or without board
dk*rectly on water f;-ont, suitable for
tight housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret
singer, Fisherville. Phone !33
tSept.
WANTED.-A few boarders in private
tally; convenient to railroad shops
ead on street car line; large room%
with privilege of use of baths and tel
phone Address D. C. S., care Jour
.al. 24auglm
BOARDERS WANTED.--B day, wealk
or month. Dining room just reopen.
(d. Table good and terms reasonable
Mrs. Dora Donaldso L. 226 N. AlcaniU
24aUg.2w*
PARTrIs wo wat to re* hseon-s
amse or anything Ise for tasa
*m r. will 1f The Joarnal Wast
A& a graem hl


I OWNER.s


Walter S. 00ooton,


IF YOU ARE LEAVING THE CITY llGe4rcBkdetSndfiesn

Lot us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We Intend to and Fittig
0.: CYCLES REPAIED,.
stlek by the post of our duty and make the Interest of our V CYCLES RPo RENT.
clients our first consideration. Do not lose felth In your In- Iron Safes, Cash Re *sers, Type
writers, Guns, Pist6ls. Locks ad Um-
vestments or saorifloe your home. Pensacola real estate Is sb rellas repaired. scsa A
Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives
r worth as much to-day as It ever was, We offer ^ Most oSpepnee .t keys In the
c ty. g
when In a hurry to sead message.m
A Nloe Investment, Corner Hosee en 7th Avenue, rents for $7 6 a2 5 h to .S.... ..
per month, house In first-olass ondltlon, 62 12 EAST INTENDEN As .
140 PHONE 1133.
S3 A Six-Room House on East Belmont street, a nice home, at _40 | ,,____
- Money at the lowest market rates of Interest on Improved or c .rC x.-A.-
vaeant real estate, o GRIST AND DORN MEAL MILL.
M. A. GONALMA & CO., Prepe
T HE FISHER REAL ES TA TE A QNC Y CHOICE MEAL A PUREGRO
206 South Palafox Street. Phone 87. the hyme m1actuta, esa8inSag4 S
some idustry, M.iutte bto hte- LI
-l-a.oElabor., d leave yr Tl M IM yew


DIRECTOR Y
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL-
There will be a mee .nj of this
body on the first and tt.ha ,ednes.
days of each month at 7:3U p. m. All
delegates are requested to be pr4e
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. L. DELAY President
Secretary.
Pensacola ULodZe No. 3. K. of Pr.
meets every Monday evening at ':04
o'clock at tbivr Castlp Hall. Blount
Watson build g. corner Palatox and
Garden areeta Visiting brethren oCO
dially welcome 1.
J. H. BREWTPON, C. C.
H. HORSLEk. K. of R. & R.
Rathbone Lodge No.
^ 30 K. of P., meets every
STi rsday evening at 8:0
o'clock In their Catle
ha. l th'rd floor. Blounat
Wat oa building., outh-
"* weit corner Palafoe. and
Garden streets VMttain kaIhtW ar
cordially welcomed
a. B. CERUTrL o.
C. J. Levy. K. of R. & &
Knights of Columbus.
S Meetings of the
Knights of Columbno
are held at their hall,
No. 8 West fatende,
cla street, on every
Monday evening at
7 30 o'clock. An 1*.
Sv!tatlon Is extended
to visiting Kn!ghts.
JOhN B JO.mS.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
Recorder.
Pensacola LOdge Ne. 4, 1. o. O. P.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L 0. 0- p.,
meets every Thurseay vaening at 7:J1
at the new hall on West Ue riu
street. Visitings bratbren eor4da'l
invited. T. 0. STINSON,
B. R. WITKOVSKI. Secretary.
REBFKAH SISTER
Naomi Lodge %o. 10. JtJhekmh Sle,
terms r2eets every Monday nfght at
I 'clock in L 0. O. F. HIa
itinD: sisters corSlally lcvited to e
prest.,. MRS. S. D-THAYER.
MISS MAMIE FREE.-1AN, Secretary.
M. I. B A. No. S1 meets first ab
third Wdlnesday evening at 7:,0 p.
m., Rafford HaGi. No. 10 West late-
dencia Street.-
A. U. FELL, Pre.
J. L. SWzENET. See.
W.O.W.
UJve Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. W,
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3r*.
Wednesdays in each month. ViuiUad
sovereigns cordially invited.
F. A. BOCHICH. C. C
LESLIE E. BROOk"9 Clerk.
W. O. W C., Oak r-ve, No. 4.
Woodmen Circle meets e.ery Thurs-
day evening 3:30, third fl,,or Blount
Whtt.-n building. souithr.-.'t corner
Palafox and Gar',ln srrr,-.a Vsiting


sovereigns cordially invit-d. Mfrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olsen,
Guardian.


p*esa la, St. Lkrews ad
luf Stamship Co.
S TEAMER TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
'IRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND
FREIGHT SERVICE
-Betwee---
*TSACbLA, MOBILE, APALA=
COLA. CARRABELLE, ST. AN.
DREW, MILLVALLL
,nd all points on St. Andrews B1
Carrabelle and ApaI8alhoLo.h
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunday, $:9 aS
i. for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola. Tu sda),. s:1
L. for St. Andrews, Mi!lvile, Ag
c'nicola, Carrabelle and interwoednW
otats.
For additional lnfownatlon apply $j
J. R. SAUNDRNB,
. R. COBB, PreoidI,
Geon. Frt. and Pass. Agt
Pensacola. la.


g. B. WRIGHT & C
Manufacturers of
and Dealers In
UMBER. LATHS. 8AWEDC, fPRESS
SHINGLES AND KILN-
DRIED SAPS.


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ffte to Men and
205P207 & Palafoc
Phone 225.


Pabst


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bottle Be
hs noc equaL
Sold eeywher

S.A. Friedrr
Wholesale Distrib
Litmdr in Imported
and Liquors.
PHONE 1MB.
=. 81 SOUTH PALAFOX
*ErISACOLA. FLA.


6 for 5
stands for six bottles

Old Hckory Whiu
FOR $5.00 CASH.
4 for $3.20
stands for four bottles


HY-LO WHISKEY
-Hivered prepaid to any part of West
Florida.
THE COLDEST BEER-PASST-ON
DRAUGHT.
Anything in the Whiskey and Wine'
line in stock a prices to
suit every-body.


BIRMINGHAM TO


HAVE WOMAN'S


HOTEL


Place Will Open About October I
and Will Fill Long Felt
Want.


The Birmingham Age-Herald says
The Woman's Hotel. which will !
run by the Young Women's Cihristla
association, will be opened about: th
red- of first of October. The fina' arran-
tomake ments for the opening of the hotel wi
.."Old be made at a meeting of tne Youn
proper Women's Christian association to hf
itfitti. Leld Tuesday morning.
iat they The old Frank Y. Anderson res
at tey deenc on Twenty-first street between
to et Seventh and Eighth avenues will t
used for the hotel and it is bing fit
ted out by public subscription
i money, furniture, bedding and othe
Snecessities.
The object of the hotel is to furnis
te young working women pace -Ahe
e they can enjoy all the comforts
Si ho)ni-- at a ve.-y smaal exne'nse, and I
p i bth( same time a place where they eai
o"y ; be thrown under ChriNl an influences
)IL The hotel will have ahout 14 or 1!
bed rooms, a dining room where 4al
meals will be served. a kitchen. sit;:lTi
room and parlors. The oomIs wi'l lh
I fitted out nicely. and the young we
men living in the h,,tel wi.i have over'\
modern convenience.
Mrs. Merriweather of Mobile arrih
ed in the city yesterday. She will
S hav< charge of the arrangements for
onl i opening the hotel and have charge of
it when opened. She will meet wi:h
hiet- ',he directors of the Young Women'.
;! r- Chriian association Tuesday.
One of the members of the board of
the Young Women's Christian assoc.ia.
tion said yesterday:
"This home will fill a long felt ne.a\
in Birmingham. Wo have been en-
deavoring for two years ;o get such an
ian ins itution and now it :ooks as if our
effo-:*:s are to be rewarded.
tCr. '"We expect the hotel to be prac"i
cally self-sufsalning, ap ;he expense.,
'Wines will be reduced to a minimum. tt
will enable us to gtiv a -Nme to about
fifty working women who desire t,)
live as chcap;ly anj as omfornb;y n
S possi bl, and at the sain- time under
X ST. the :most pleasant of co.:dlitions.
"Mrs M-rriweathe.-: Las ha, con-l-
erab.e experience in n.i rs of t'i.-
kind and will, I anm sure. make an ex-
cellent manager for the ho;:l. WV,
hlfe alte-(d the o:d Anderson r-s.-
d(nIoce to suit our purp es and I rio
no' believe :-!a' there i' a plie'o in
keP the city whi -,i is bettr a.dar'e.l ,
key Ssuch uses. It is very co:nfor;abi' and-
i- close to the city.
."We wan: to make the girls fee:,
that they a:e at homin an ; that al th
restraints and infl., nee5 of home lir,
are thrown around them."


"Now good digestion waits on appe-
t!,e. a-d :health on bohh."
If it doesn't try Burdock Biood Bit-
ters


DEATH Of LADY


iliilltill


Tobacco


Smoke


Drives


Away

Mosquitoes.


Smoke and Be


Protected.


LITTLE


MINISTER C

C X Zka---A. i:


IS THE KING
OF ALL


5c CIGARS.

TRY ONE!


Lewis Bear


Co.


Agents.
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THERE FRIDAY NIGHT AND
WAS BURIED YESTERDAY.

Special to The Journal.
Huiff Springs. F.a. ') 9.<-Mr
L:',". Sancit died isa.: :.:: a- :i
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f't! i's f-hm:nc Ike' I);.>- ha d
a~Ihin.' ii.i'O and nan-c : 7n
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LAUNDRY NOTICE.


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Je'~Piv e-i 'ma-, or, package wi,l
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Cpl 1 w By H. J. Mackey. in


THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING,


If you have not already
experienced the

CHARM AND ECONOMY

OF COOKING WIl'H GAS,


by all means order a Gas
Range to-day.


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just the back to any desired angle and enjoy a good
book or your evening paper. Let us show you some of
these great big easy chairs on hand. Carved oak frames
and reversible velour cushions. We won't quote prices
this time, you might think something was the matter
with them.


MARSTON & QUINA, :
1O8,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
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DRLEE D' FOREST


LEAVES FOR


NEW YORK


Where He Will Test the Immense
Station Recently Completed at
Manhattan Beach.
Dr. Lee deFore(t. the famous wire-
less telegraph inventor, who has ,
been in Pensacola ,or o\er a monin.
left yesterday at noon for New York.
Dr d'-For(-s: had consi-erable
troublle in getting the local wireless
;ation in cndition to transmit and
receive nme.sag-s from Key Woes,
,w.nL- :to ;he :ac,: hat the masts were
io' oe' sufficient heizhth, and also
that the peculiar dryness of the sand
d:d not attract the e.ectricity as in
-her places. This was finally recti-'


SEPTEMBER 10, 1905


~nor~r 186.


SHIPPING NEWSNEW METHOD LAUNDRY,

i Arrived. E. W. LAWRENCE, Pr*Mpier. No. a want Romans ,S. Pess M.
5 Maristone. Br ss, Prout, 2513, Nor- _-
S^olk to oraer. ________


The Manly Man

Lks Al the


j Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
I men to Master.


T Barna.
T DURPENTINE STI/LS Bolgen, Nor. bk, Gundersen, 306.
|TURLPEiNIN LS0TI LOL T.aguna to order.
Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 1399,
McMillan Bros. Co. Cork to master.
M o s Garibaldi. Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
Manufacturers, Gloucester to order.
MOBILE, ALABAM A. Hudson, Nor bk, Knudsen, 771, Lon-
don to order.
~-- .. .--..- Santa Barbara. Port bk, Carrela,
M A Pr^ 633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
Al / K 0 oenooners
Donna Christina. Am sch, Axelsen,
Naval Stores Market. 165, Belize to master.
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 9.-The naval Hjalmar. Am sch. Axelsen, 55, Key
stores market closed to-day as fol-! Wet to Gulf Transit Co.
lows: I Noas. Rus sch Snee' i.e 333, Glou-
rW.. .. ................5 45 -
W ..4.. .... .. :: .. ...... 4 95
N ............... .. ..... 4 0 ow rate at Sonthern Hotel for
M ........................ 0 rooms and board.
K ........ .. ............. 4 40oard.
I. ....................... 4 35


H ... .. .. ... .. . ........ 4 30
- . . . .. ............. 4 25
F.. .. .. .. ............... 4 15
E. .. .......... .. ......... 405
D .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ....3 70
C. ........ .....335 to 3 45
Spirits Turpentine, 631 cents.
Bosso's Blessing to Mankind has be
comne so popular qf late that th-1'
Oceola Club buffttwb has adopted a
new drink called the Bosso cocktail.
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Comaeettcut'u Noge G.o'rmer.
The negroes of Connecticut were
formerly accustomed to elect a gov-
ernor for themselves. "Negro elec-
tion," as it was called, generally took
place on the Saturday following the
election day of the whites. just what
the negro governor's duties and priv-
lieges were does not appear. At all
events, he was respected as "gubern-
or" by the negroes throughout the
state. The custom was established be-
fore the Revolutionary war and was


fiel hut not until the doctor had spent l continued as late as 1820.
wore than a monih in experimenting SAGE I LtAVES
to ascertain the cause of the troubl.. The Mne sea*m .
When Dr. delF-orest reaches New The farmer's scarecrows were all
York hb wi.l proceed at once to Man- garbed In blue.
tan lach. where he will test th "A blue scarecrow," said e man,
in:mm nst, s*a~ion'athat place. which I Special to The Journal. "A blde s m are. o wa oa ld i mary
i, one of the largest ever placed in Brent. Fla.. Sept. 9.-The anticipat- "does more good than ten ordinary
operation by the company. This sta-' ed September drouth is putting in a ones, for birds hate and fear blue as
tion is suppo 'nna. Cuba. and has just been comn- the sun shines will he in order now. Consumption. A professor pointed out
pitted and is rea i'y for a te.-t. lAter, The long rainy season has brought1 to me that blue was the thing for
:. will also te 'ise,l in trans Atlantic out a fine c-op of crab grass and Mex- i birds. At first I was untbelieving, but
business. At ;r-asr that is the inten-, ivan clover. An equal combination' I experimented and found that pro-
nion of Dr. deForer at present. of :hose two makes an article of hay fessor to be right."-Philadelphia Bul-
The station at the Pensacola nav.,' which will compare favorably with letin.
yird can now speak with Key West. northern clover and timothy, which
Panama. New Orleans and other are shipped here in endless carloads. Laughter.
,t-ints. It has been ac.-eptel by the There may be a (distant) coming Spontaneous, happy laughter tells al.
o-vrnnmen;. and official business is future when Escambia county will ways of goodness, and the man who
now I)' n sent through. supply Pensacola with stock feed never laughs must not blame his fel-
SThe price of hay will doubtless be n e ..l.u.g nh
lower than usual the coming season lows i they think there is something
Still in Business P of. Allen has left home to fill his wrong with h. life, something dark
GEORGE A. PETTZRSON, school engagement, and is probably within. If the streams which flow
is n.)w located aL as happy ts ever now. out are only bitter, the fountains can-
Ccr. Government and Barce!ona Sts., The country is crowded to its ac- not be sweet.
and :s t,:'cr prepared than ever commodating capacity with refugees
to r :'a: .- r.ters, from the infected mosquitoes. The Reason.
: ...: :-". '-k- li,'.h. ma- We are living on raw onions and Ierdso-I si ild think that a novel-
,e r::er and hic-ycles. ficht:ng the insects byv destruction oI 1st might credit his readers with senae
PHONE 203. their, bleeding places. No stanant enough to know when a story was fn-
_water is allowed without an "oil nn shed without labeling It "the end."
S Saldso-But that gives the women a
"Ev--ho-.v f"' Is touch o !t, clew where to begin.
"cramps" under the complexitye ol
p. rp> xing quarantine regulations.
SThat was a 'happy thought" of NOTICE
S R UitllO, | aKMa ,or'Bliss to set apart a unive-,ai At a conference of the members of
.<.'.- \ -a. In Pensacolan the the advisory boa.wl of (he Pensacola
,11V ... ..r.mpantvictor% ,over classicall School who remain in the
ea... through the annihilate,,. city. Messrs. F. C. Brent, C. F. Zeek,
of Mis:s |e ro'ia. !I. H. Thornton, Sol Cahn A. M.
arise to an appreciation of the ha -\nderson and Dr. Louis doeM. Blocker,
I-r -ho comfort and con- ras.inz measures of the health an it has been deemed advisable to post-
N '(:'o' of your lour- thorl:.es (as the beneficiaries should 'nne the date of opening the coming
net.. .I her it be by do i. instead of opposing -hem, it woult session of the school from September
la 1 or water, ve have a ensure a hasty and complete triumir'. is to October 2, if conditions in the
o fvar,-- f such requisites ITHOS. McMILLAN. .:t .... .. ,.1 ----.


a.- Trunks, Suit Cases,
etc.


LESS TO


PAY FOR THEM


h'r,- than at ni-s' stores,
and !,nc'.-r service, be-
cause 1 ht':re the best
q-iality goods that can be
n:ade.

Trunks, $2.75 to $15.00.
Suit Cases, $2.25 to $8.00.
Telescopes, 50 cents to $1.25.


H. Oe ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER


Phone 297


I Cor. Main and Palafoz Sts Ig


NOTICE.
Until further notice we will cloze
our store daily, except saturday, a
5:30 p. m. Our patrons will please b
governed acco dingly.
EAST HILL GROCERY CO.


4 TERSELY TOLD *
1 BUSINESS LOCALS. A


Hendrix & Carpenter will flrr:.
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to wor:
'!31 F. Strong, and S24 East T.aR
streets.
McKinzie Oerting & Co., wholesale
and retail ship chand'ers and grocers,
the only first-class house of the kind I
n Pensacola. Fair a'tes to all.

Why use Inferior paper, when you
can buy Kelso Bond, F-cnch Dimity,
;Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
IThompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
Sauer's extracts are the Standard.
Guaranteed pure. All others are
mere imitations. Ask for Sauer's.


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Lucia. S'wed ss. Martinolich, for
Venice and Tyne. with 2,2'-0; tons
' phosphate rock. 15o.0000 s ft sawn tim-
her. IS1V,00 s ft lumbr.
Hud on. Nor bk. Knudson, 771, for
Paysander, wi-h 574,000 s ft lumber.
,29,981 s ft lumber.

JVE88ELS IN PORT.
l*tms'nia
Amstel. Dutch ss. Mobile to order
Brookwood, Br ss. Brown, 1987, Sa-
vannah to the Win S. Kpyser Co. ,
Craigellanchee. Br ss, 2267, Boston
- to order.
Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro I
1 to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Ernesto, Span ss, Onmacchea, 1691,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe &- Co.
Hesleyside, Br. ss, Bedlington, 1687.
St. Vincent.
u Ida, Span ss, Aranao, Liverpool to:
Si Gulf Transit Co.
Kelvingrove, Br ss, McLennan.
1938, Newcastle-on--Tyne to master.
Lucia, Aust ss. Martinolich, 1437,'
Trieste to order.
Anst. ss. Lodovico, Chernbrin from n
Tampa.
Br. ss. Mariner, Capt. Bubb, from
New Orleans.
Ne Pensacola, Am as, O'Leary, 1086,
SNew O-leans to Gulf Transit Co.
Simonside, Br ss, Robson, 1953,
Sianderland to J. A. Merritt & Co.
China f


Iron Works and Supply Co.


Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt, attention given to all orders, day or algbLt. Ageo
for James McKay & Co.'s ceebrated Lo. and Timber Desg, al
Chains of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WIT.MA&, &to
Reesidence Pone 109. Pk 0. am U&


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We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the


market.


Escambia


Phone 1052.


*jL are a*-i l asTOt JLIIAiiy an opening
y: that date.
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
Principal


THE CITY CARRIAGE SHOPS,
'13 AND 115 W. ROMAN-A, THE
3NLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN
-ITY WHICH IS NOW IN OPERA.
ION. J. J. HILLIARD. PROP.
-IORSEStHOEING RELIABLY DONE.
NOTICE.


Until further notice my store will
'e open from 7:36 a. m. until 5 p. m
)septlw LAZ JACOBY.
NOTICE.
B. L. Gladden has been employed
as collector by us and his receipts w!!l
be recognized by us.
THOSE. C. WATSON & CO.


L gal I vertsi enf s.
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
Estate of E. H. Ha.n, deceased.-
Creditors, legatees. distributes end
all persons having claims or demands
against the said estate are require,!:
to present them to me within two (2)
year* from this date.
MRS. C. G. CHERRY,
September 2. 1905. Admilniatrmfri; Frank


Realty


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is all right except in unciv-
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in Pensaco'a and Wect
Flo'-lda can best suit them-
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now. Delays are dangerous.


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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEBRMR 10 i10


A' M -f -6 6* Y W'-.' JA.l Aq ""a L AMATP"JL % L J9 A07,t4A .'. e, 9 oI


THE


RETURN


OF SHERLOCK


HOLMES


By A.


Conan Doyle


olde


Author of "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," "The Hound of the Baskervilles," "The Sign of the Four," Etc.

ILLUSTRATED BY F. D. STEELE.


*


S Aln addition 1 am The mot u-nfortfnate
RAC AdVenIture' of an at this moment in London. For
a a heaven's sake. don't abandon me, Mr.
tHe Norwood Holmes: If they come to arrest me be-
fore I have fluisbed my story make
Builder them gre me time so that I may tell
you the whole truth. I could go to
jail happy if I knew that you were
No. 2 of the Series working for me outside."
--- "Arrest you!" said Holmes. "'This 1i
bte. res. d. c .. com a j w C~ really most gratl--most Interesting. On
-* w.. what charge do you expect to be ar-
f(&,"Prk. 1 90,, Mcah. aPMr c.j rdted y'
ROM the point of view of "Upon the charge of murdering Mr.
the criminal expert." said Jonas Oldacre of Lower Norwood."
Mr. Sherilok Holmes. 1 My companion's expressive face
"London has become a showed a sympathy which was not, I
singularly unintereting am afraid, entirely unmixed with sat-
etty since the death of Isfaction.
the late lamented Pro- "Dear me." said be. "It was only this
beser Moriarty." moment at breakfast that I was say-
I can hardly think that you would Ing to my friend Dr. Watson that aen-
Mad many decent citizens to agree with national cases had disappeared out of
yoe," I answered. our papers."
WVll. well. I must not be setfsh." Our visitor stretched forward a qulv-
Mi ha, with a mile as he pushed back ering hand and picked up the Daily
hi hair from the breakfast table. Telegraph. which still lay upon Holmes'
"The e mmtnity is eetainly the gain- knee.
Wr Wsa 0 oue the losr save the poor "If you had looked at It, sr, you
o* t work w ape'aist whose occupa- would have seen at a glance what the
On hm gooe. With that man t the errand It on which I have come to
SlM mn's morning paper presented tn- you this morning. I feel as if my
*aMe pestblittle. Often it was only name and my misfortune must be In
the mallet trace. Watson, the faint- every man's mouth." He turned It
est ldication. and yet It was enough 'o. to expose the central page. "Here
to tal me that the great maligmat it is, and with your permission I will
brai was there, as the gentlest tre- read It to you. Listen to this. Mr.
Um of the edges of the web remind Holmes. Thehbeadlilnes are: 'Mysterious
me e the foul spider whkih lurks In the Affair at Lower Norwood. Disappear-
Oe>M. Petty thefts, wanton assaults. ance of a Well Known Builder. Sus-
prpealNem outrage-to the man who pidon of Murder and Arson. A Clew
hl th dew all could be worked to the Criminal.' That is the clew
Uto one connected whole. To the ad- which they are already following. Mr.
Mtie stud et of the hither criminal Holmes, and I know that it lends in-
world no capital to Europe offered the fallibly to me. I have been followed
uuata A whitc London then pop- from London Bridge station, and I axm
*Md But now"- He shrugged hi sure that they are only waiting for the
elders In humorous deprecation of warrant to arrest me. It will break
te tte of things which he had him. my mother's heart-It will break her
SWt 4mes much to produce. heart!" He wrung his hands In an
At the ine of which I speak. Holmes agony of apprehension and swayed
ad h. b~k for same months. and backward cnd forward In his chair.
I at es request had sold my practice I looked with Interet upon this man
sad returned to share the old quarters who wan accused of be4ag the perpe-
In Baker street A young doctor nam- trator of a crime of violence. Ile was
ed Verner had purchased n.y small flaxen haired and handsome, in a wash-
Kensington practice and given with ed out negative fashion, with frighten-
astoftl-ingly little aemur the highest ed blue eyes and a clean shaven face,
price that I ventured to ask-an incl- with a weak. senitire month. Hi.% age
dent which only explai:#d itself some may have twen about twenty-seven, his
time later hen I founu that Verner idre"s and baring that of a gentleman.
was a distant relation of Hlolmes and Irom the, ,. ^ h ....
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S* v^ ti. ,.r wt ol 11uj ,UL sUUllmmler
that It was mn friend who had really overoetm protruded the bundle of In-
focud the money., dormed nnapers wbhlDe wn-lalim hi.i


Our months of partnership had n(
been so unervetful as he had state
for I And on looking over my notes thi
this period Includes the case of tl
S papers of ex President Murillo. and a
so the shocking affair of the Dutc
steamship Friesland. which so nearly
cost s both our lives. His cold an
proud nature was always averse, hov
ever, to anything in the shape of publl
applause, and be bound me in the mos
stringent terms to say no further wor
of himself, his methods or his su<
venes--a prohibition which, as I hay
explained, has only now been removed
Mr. Sherlock Holmes was leaning bac
In his chair after his whim-ical protege
and was unfolding his morning paper
in a lesirely fashion when our attend
ton was arrested by a tremendous
ring at the bell, followed immediately:
by a follow drumming sound. as i
some one were beating onm the oute
door with his fist. As It owned their
came a tumultuous rush into the hal
rapid feet clattered up the stair an
an instant later a wild eyed and fraud
tic young man. pale. disheveled an<
alpitating. burst into the room. Hi
ed from one to the other of us, and
under our gase of luquiry he became
conscious that some apology was need
ed for this uncereniontior entry.
"I'm sorry. Mr. Holmes." he cried
"'Yon mustn't blame me. I am nearly
mad Mr. Holmes, I am the unhappy
Jo!'u Hector McPT- rlare'-
IHe made theli :r:nouneenient as If tht
name alimn would explain both hi
visit and its nianner. but I -ould se<
by my companion's unresponsive face
that It meant no more to him than tc

"Eare a clgrorettr M-" MeFar'ane.'
said he. pua;hig hli c.-se ".-ross. "1
am sure that wit, your symptoms my
friend Iir Wnts.oTm bere would preo
sror"'- a qednt:ve The weather h as
teen so c*\ warm the-e last few
day". \w. if yon f,'l a little more
C- mIposed I I "ul'1d l glad if you would
j, sit dnu-n in that Me nir ,nd tell as very
L slowly aud oniethl' wh< you are and
hbnt it is tLat yeu w-:nt You men-
.oTioed your name as if I should recog-
iz<' it. bLut I as.-iura y- u that beyond
lie obvitmub faIts that yon are a oach-
tlor. a s''lh.tor. a Frec:. as.'n and an
asthmatic I know nothing whatever
about you."
Familiar as I wa' with my friend's
meithods. t was not dlficult for me to
follow his deductou its and to observe
the untidiness of attire, the sheaf of
lekal papers, the watth charm and the
breathing which had vwrompted them.
Our clelit. howe~-er, stAredt amase-
S nent.
S"es. I am all that. Mr. Holmes. and


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d.
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profession.
"'We must use what time we have,"
said Holmes. "Watson, would yon
have the kindness to take the paper
and to read the paragraph In quest
tion "


F T'nderneath the vigorous headlines
d which our client had quoted I read the
- following suggestive narrntlve:
t I.ate la-t night or early this morning .%n
Incident occurred at Lower Norwood
d which points. It Is feared, to a serious
c- er-mne Mr. Jonas Oldacre Is a well known
e resident of that suburb. where he has car-
. tedl on his busine-s an a builder for many
,". -".. Mr. Oldacre In a beaehelor, fifty-
k tvo years ef age. ard live In Deep Den%
;t House at thoe ydrnbamn end of the road
f o that name. He has had the repu'nt'!on
of being a man of eccentric habits. se-
Srrettw and rettring. For some years he
i has practietlly withdrawn from the bust-
y .,p s In which he IF said to have amassed
f -onsiderable wealth. A Tsnall timber yard
still exists. however. at the back of the
r house., and last nicht. 1bout 12 o'clock.
e an alarm was glwen that one of the stacks
L w-m on flr1. The engines were soon upon
d th. spot, but the dry wood burned with
C-rat fury, and It was impossible to ar-
Srest the conflagration until the stack had
d been entirely consumd. T'p to this point
e the Incident bore the appearance of an
d arl'!nar- accident, but fresh inditntons
-te-rn to point to serious crime urpr'se
e, was expressed at the absence of the mav&-
- ter of the establishment from the rcne
af the fire. and an Inqmiry followed, which
L showed that he had disappeared from the
house An exam.inattom of his room re-
Svraled that the bed had not been slept In.
- that a safe which stoo4 In It was open.
that a number of important paper, were
Scattered about the room and finally that
Here were s*lgs of a murderous straggle.
s i t*ht traces of blood betng found within
P the room. and an oaken walking stick.
w'ilch also showed stains of blood upon
the handle It Is known that Mr. Jonas
o !t.-re had rec -ved a late vislt)r In his
t-"Irnom upon that a4ght. and the stick
f-.-id ha' been Identifled as the property
of thi his p-on. who is a young London
se.ciltor named John Hector Merarlane.
pin ,.or pirTner of Graham & Mc'Far-
- lino of 4 Gresham bullAingm. E The
. p'.;-'e beitrlv that they have evkl' nce in
the-Ir pos ess"on which s.;pplies a very
onn-1ncing rrotive for the crine, and al-
toz-Thrr It cannot bc- doubted thAtt *snsa-
ti>';:l d<-,velopmnent* will follow
later -It Is rumor ld as we go to press
.1-it John Hector McFarlane has actually
1- o- arr-T.r l c n the charro f the m ird'-r
of Jonas O'lda,-'re It Is at least c-rta.n
th-at a warrant has been Issued. There*
.av'e beeo. fu:rther ani sntister d o-'vlop-
mn-nts in the :nv-eticatlon at Norwoo>d
besides the si rs of a striggie In the
room of the -anf)rtunate t-.:tder It is
now known that the Fren-h windows
of his b wroomn (whi'-h is on the ground
floor were found to be open, that there
were marks am ti some bulky object
had been dragged across to the wood pile,
and finally it Is asserted that charred re-
mains have been found amorng the char-
coal ashes of the fire The police theory is
that a most gensattonal crime has been
committed. that the victim was clubbed
to death int his own bedroom, his papers
i rifled and his dead body draed across
to the wood stack. Which was then Igeit*d.
i o a 10to !.de all traces of thec.,LiT. The


OUR UNFOITI'NATE CLIENT RC


&innuct oTT:f P-- irmNiaTITnv"yfiatlon iias
been left In the rxperletncd hands of In-
spector ITt-!traile of Scotlnnd Yard. who Is
fol!owin, rp t,"' cl"mws with his accus-
tomed encr's a-id rn--i'!t:-.
Sherlock Holmes listened. with closed
eyes and finger tips together, to this re-
markable account.
"Tie case has certainly some points
of interest." said he in his lannuid
fashion. "May I nsk, In the first place,
Mr. McFarlnne, how it Is that ym i are
still at liberty, sinee there apIears to
be enough evihnc,' to Jur-tify yaour a'r-
ret ?"


"I live at Toerlnto:: Loldge. Plack-
heath, with my pareuts. Mr. Iiolmes,
but last night, haviniu.. t ) do Il business
very late with Mr. Jo:i-a Ohlacre. I
stayed at a hotel In Norw),!a and
came to my business fr:m tI:iere. I
knew nothing of this a.fn!r until I wa;
In the train, when I ret I vb it .rin
have Just heard. I at o::nce sa: t':e lih r-
rible danger of my pl-tioni. n::d I hur-
ried to put the case int': yo:r han:lds. I
have no donbt that I shoI'd hive been
arrested either at my city of4fle or at
my hone. A kmnn f .llow'.1 me fro'n
London Brid e r::nan, an: I hlmve' no
donb-t- Great hlie:.,n! Wh It is th t?",
It wns a t;cln:mg of the bell. follovweil
instantly by :"Tn,-y steps upmn the stair.
A moment In;er our ol0 fri'-. I.Lostrade
npp.nred in the' ,!oorv-ny. Over his
shoulder I cp! gt n glimpse of one or
two uniformed policem:ru outside.
"Mir. John HIector McFarlane?"' said
Istrade.
Our unfortunate ellent rose, with a
agnstly face.
"I arrest yo'i for the willful murder of
Mfr. Jonas Oi:lacre of Lower Norwood." -
McFarIaner turned to us wilh a ges-
tare of despn!r annd sank luto his chair
once more like one wh mIs crushed.
"One mn)toment. Lstrnde," said
Holmes. "Half an honr more or less
'nn make n- ,liffeTrence to you, and the
gentleman was anbont to grve us an ac-
eount of this very inter-'isting affair
which might aid us In clearing it up."
"I think there will be no difficulty in
clearing it up.'" said Lestrade grimly.
"None the less. with your permis-
ion, I should ew much interested to
bear his account."
"Well. Mr. Hol:nes, It Is difficult fo-
eP to refuse you nnythlug, for you have
'een of nse to the force once or twice
n the past, and we owe you a giod
urn at Scotland Yard," said Iestrade.
At the same time I must remain with
my prisoner, and I am bound to warn
tim that anything he may say will ap-
ear In evidence against him."
"I wish nothing better," said our
llent. "All I ast is that you should
ear and recognize the absolute truth."
Iaestrade looked at his watch. "I'll
ive you half an hour." said he.
"I must explain first," said McFarlane,
that I knew nothing of Mr. Jonas
Idacre. His name was familiar to me,
or many year ago my parents were
eqnatnted with him. but they drifted
part. I was very much surprised,
therefore, when yesterday about 3
'clock In the afternoon he walked into .
ny office in the city. But I was still
more astinlishe-1 when he tokl me the
bject of his visit. He had in his hand
veral sheets of a notebook, covered
ith scribbled writing- here they are-
ad he laid them on my table. '
" *Here Is my will,' said he. 'I want '
on. Mr. McF'arlane, to cast It Into!
roper legal shape. I will sit here't
taile you do so.'
"I set myself to c3py it. and you can
naglne my astonishment when I found
hat, with some reservations, he had
.ft all his property to me. He was a
range little ferretlike man. with t
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"You mean to Norwood." said Les-
trade.
"Oh. yes; no doubt that is what I
must have meant." said HIolmes, with
--- h!s ei eninAtical snm!h. Lestrade hlind
learned by more expiiorenees that he
wouldd 'are to noknowlhige that that
Sra orliko brain coull cut through that
twhic-,h was imtpenm.trahale to him. I saw
Shlm look curiotusly tt my coimplionh.
"I think I sh, ul1 l:ke to havy a word
.with you presently. M r. Sherlock
Holmes." said he. "Now, Mr. McFar-
lane, two of cmiy constal es are at tihe
door, and there Is a four wheeler wait-
hg." The' wretched young nmn arose
and with a nlst leseeclh!ng lainc('e t us
walked from the room.en, Fh tlicvers
conhi,'ted him to the cable but T"tradle

i olno had p!ckel up the pages
h ad which fornwd the r imgh draft of the
,," a w: ml was looking at them with the
ko ae t interest upon, his face.
"There are some points abut that
docunment, estrade, are tihre nt?"i
said he, pushing them over.
The offileil looked at them with a
puzzled expression.
--v "I ean read the first few lines and
these in the middle of the second page
iand one or two at the end. Those are
as clear as print," said he, "but the
writing in between Is very bad, and
OSE, WITH A GHASTLY FACRt there are three places where I cannot
rend it at 'ill."
at him I found ht s koeno gray -eye, "What do you make of thatt" sahld
fixed upon me with an armusd exprea- n what o you mike of it?"s.
.I col hife rd. 'Reine~her.e my bov n 'Wetll what do you make of ito
si am. I couhl hardly bh-l:-.e my own
cenos as I read th e terms ,,f te will "That it wa.s written In a trahn. The
blet he explained that he i, as a nhele- good writing represents statiitns, the
ll)r with hardly vmnny living relation, tiid writing movement, and the very
that he had kniwn my pa-ents in his r idtl writing passing over points. A .Ti-
youth and that he had a:w'ays beard e( itlfi. expert wotild pr-moumnm', t once
ofV me as a very deserving young man thit this was (drawn ip on a ::1mrb:han
anw! was :ss;iredfn that hIAs mW:oy would l.ne, sin-e no- hero save hin IT'!, Iinne-
beIm In worthy hands. Of course I could dinte vleinit. of a great c!ty (o-nl,!
only strammer out my taatks, there !) so qt ick a successilon of points.
"'T. will unw du ay.fll-d. s Granting that his whole Jour:ney was
and witnef.sd t my cleric. -This is it o-N'cnl-d in drawliig up the will. then
on the li bi paper, and the'e slips, as I th,, train wns an xlpr(,s. only s.top!,Ing
have explained.are through draft. Mr. oin,, between Norwood and London
.Jonas Oldaere then Informed me that l'rtm,-"
there were a 'number of documents- L-tirale ogan to linugh.
building len.~s, title deeds, mortgages, "You are t )o many for me when young
scrip, and so forth-wh!ch It was nec- be :n to g-t on your tbheori, s. Mr.
.sw.'ry that I should see and under- T >n.,'." :: id he. "TTow doo- this
stannl. [e" said that his mind wom!d aonr on thie case?"
mm-)t o easy until the whole thing was "v.ll,. It Corrobornt)O.S the young
-ottled, and he begged me to come out man's story to the extent ti-t the will
to his house at Norwood that night, was drawn up by Jonas Oldacre In his
bringing the will with me, and to ar- journey yesterday. It is mrimous, Is It
rimr, mtnatters. 'Relmembe)r, my boy, not. that a nmin should drn-m uq soo Ihn-
not otto word to your itarants alh-)ut lmrtt;t a 'lornment in Sio hap mzard a
the affair tntil everything Is settled. tfadi ,n. It sm'gests that he dIld not
We will keep n it as a little surprise far think it wz go,")1g to be of much prac-


them.' He was very insistent upon itl11 importane. If a man drew u, a
1th.s point and made mie promise it will which he didl not lutend eovr to l"e
faithfully, effective he mnirht d it so."
"You can imagine. Mr. Holmes, that "Wel, h,' drew up hi.s iwn death
warrant it the -mn"timiac." said Le-
I was not in a hurmio' to refuse him r t t t L
anything that he might ask. He wasi -01.
my benefactor, and all my desire was .Let von '
to carry out his wishes in every par- Dont yo"
ticular. I sent a teleg:'an home. there- "wln, it is .uite p)Osi'lo, bit the
fore, to say that I had important busi- cas ot cear to, if ta"
ness on hand and that it was impossi- Nowhat cotld be c l. if tlt a youn' lr
ble for me to say how late I might be.
Mr. Oldacre had tohi me that he would man who learns sudduly f-i:t If a eir-
like me to have supper with him at 9. tnin older minan dies li wiiA Mnt'eeiol to
as he might not be homte before that a fort' ne. What does lie do? lie says
hour. I had some ditni'ult.iu finding nothing to any one, but he arrange:.
his house, however, andl it was ne:rl:'! that ihe shall go out on some protoivt
half past before I rea-hed It. I found to s' his eilrent that night. n 'v;l!:-
him"- until the only other person in itl: tim ,
"One moment," said HIolmes. "Whol is in I aul], and then In the solitude of4
the 11:.TC, rnn ho. m r. *, ,. l.,orz in.. ...


opened the door?"
"A middle aged woman, who was, I
suppose, his househoopei'r."
"And it was she, I presume, who
mentioned your name."
"Exactly." said McFnrlane.
"''ray proceed."
McFarlane wiped 'is damp brow and
then continued his narrative:
"I was shown by this woman into a
sitting room., where a frugal supper
was laid out. Afterward Mr. Jonas
Odlacre led me Into his bedroom, in
which there stood a heavy safe. This
he opened and took out a inmas of docu-
ments, which we went over together.
It was between 11 and 12 when we
finished. He remarked that we must
not disturb the house-keeper. IHe show-
ed me out through his own Freneh win-
dow, which had been open all this
time."
"Was the blind down?" asked
Holmes.
"I will n-t he sure. but I l Plieve that
It was only half down. Yes, I remem-
ber how he pulled it up In order to
swing open the window. I cuhil not
hud my stick, and he sald. 'Never mind.
my boy, I shall see a g),9l deal of you
now. I hope. and I will keep your stick
until yon eamue back to claim it.' I left
him there, the safe open and the papers
made up in packets up,,n the table. It
was so Inate that I could not get back
to Blackheath. so I spent the night at
the Anerley Arms, and I knew nothing
more until I read of this horrible af-
'air In the morning."
"Anything more that you would like
to ask, Mr. Holmes?" said Lestrade,
whose eyebrows had gone up once or
twice during this remarkable explana-
ion.


his Itbody In the wo.o.l pi;' ::uIl itep:.rt.
to a neighboring hotrlc. T;'( bl i
'stainis in tlie room- ni l a'ils on Oilm
stt'-k are very slight. It ki probab','
th;,t h' imagined his cri:e to be a
blol<'ssi on,' and hoped. that if the
body were conmuined it i ould hide al!
traces of the inethonx of his death.
traces which for some reason nuii have potnterl to him. Is not all thbf
obvious ?"
S"It strikes me, my good Lestrade, as
being Just a trifle too obvious." raidl
Holmes. "You do not add imainati ,oi
to your_oth'r great qualitcs-a, but ;r


,yon-i-onhT for o e moneltr pt your-
rl f iI the oI!:1e off t!,is yo)Ili! mani
Swo ylid y'ii !u)%o4- rthe very r ):.t nft,-r
the will hald !en mail e t) coinit vyur
crime? Woti1 it not vseem iull n ':li ,-;
to yoti to ma-ke so very close a reinatij4in
letw,,a the two incidents? A--rain.
would .01; ('l)tse anu o'iaion hvlie
you are known to be la the house,
whien a servant l14i let you in' An.l,
i:Lially, wo;ld you iake the Kreat plii.<
to vto.':-l the Ibody :liln yet It.ivO, y: ur
o\n ?i sit' aIs a s:i rtaitt you l it'r :.-,
'ri; il. : ( 'olfe-# L trade, that all
this is v\'r,' unlikely."
.\s to iiin stick. Mr. llolhne, yo,
kno' as wN ll as 1 (14)do hat a rii:.n.,.
is o't'n tlurried anil d.s it; h thlit, .
whii li a .)o l Il.1n1i would avoid. it,
was v,-ry li ely afraid to go back to
thlte ia))n. (;ive mie another theory that
wouii i L the facts."
"I comtd very easily give you half a
doron," said Holmes. "Here. for ex-
;:ni!'!, is a very possible and even
lr'ba:ihle one. I make you a free preo-
eun of it. The older man Is showing
documents which are of evidiit vamie.
A ipa.;ssin, tramp seos them throu gli the
window. the bliind of which Is only half
down. Exit the sAlicitor. Enter the
tramp. He seizes a stick, which he
observes there. kills Oldacre and de-
parts after burning the body."
"'\\ly should the tramp burn the
body''"
For the matter of that, why should
McFarlane?"
"To hlihe some evidence."
"I,)., sity the tramp wanted to hide
that any murder at all had been com-
mitte'rl."
S"Ail why did the tramp take noth-
in :
"Ih-cause they w.Are papers that he
wouldd not negptlatee"
Lestrade shook his head, though It
sFae- less ;bso;ut(ly assured tl.n b iore.
"Well, M3E. Sherlorck olliies, you
may look for your tramp, and while
you are 1lndlng him we will bold on to
our man. T'lime future will show which
is right. Just notice this point, Mr.
Ilolnies-that so far as we know none
of the papers were removed and that
the prisoner Is the one man in the
world who had no reason for removing
them, sine, lie was hei- at law and
would cmnie into them in any case."
My friend seemed struck by this re-
nu;lrk.
"I don't mean to deny that the evi-
dleioe Is in s<.;.ie w: '-s very strongly In
favor of your theory." said he. "I only
wilh to plt!;;t out that there are other
thl,,ories po-silile. As you say, the fu-
ture will d,<'Il.'. Good morning! I
dnre say that In tile course of the day
I shall dro:i in at Norwood and see how
you are getting on." .
hl,',n tlim detective departed my
freldTil ros', a;nd made his preparations c
for the l y'"s work with the alert air-
of a anii, whio has a congenial task he-
fore hi:n.
".My first movement, Watson." snl'
he as hoe Mistled into his frock coat,
"must, as I said, be In the direction of L
Blaekheath." i
"And why not NorwoodT' L
"Berauise we ,ivo in tbis case one f
singular inciehiit ( timing close to the t
heeN of another singular incident. The l-
o:t,- :atr rPtkig the mistake of con a
-.fnirating tlieir attention upon the 'I
s(- red lbe,"n.ze it lmippens to be the v
one which is natually criminal. But c
.t i< .'viile, to me that the logical e I
way t ) a:rpra,%.I'!l the casi' Is upon ti
tbe f'-t it-l,,Tnt the curious will, so n
s,1k'i,.nly nma.. aind to so unexpect- tl
-d an heir. It may do sonmting to g
simplify what followed. No, my ,l ,r tl
follow, I don't th:nk you can h1llp n.e. o
Other. is mt-) pr:,ipe should not dream of stirring out 'w:th- s
)ut y'i,. I tru t that when I s, y )j I
n the e'n!'.ig I wi!l le able to rep,,,t v.
hat I hm:v' been ;:.!e to 'lh) s,';net'ii;i b
or this unfortunate young-tr wh.i h-is o0
hi 'ow-n liinii !i',, my protee'ion:." II
It w:s Hlate wv,. I;;y friend r,-,: :,'., .
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"lIE TOOK OUT A MASS OF DOCUMENTS,
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g:tri: a;nt.l tnnxion fac.- thit tihe t t hl
..;.i,< \- ;;'! h: h i i.il st.r-te l t m 1
I t en fioi : I: l'.,!. IFo-'r u :i hour te
Sr -ii- l :av,,y ,viipn !i 's vi,!t'-, endeavo-%
i: t .t .'. *:e his 4 ,own rm;el spirits. At
l:a-t lit lt:nig dolwn th iinMtrment .or-I
phiun:ed intt a dta ile-! l-o'i t of h1:-

"It's ilul g,.ing wron v .it.4sn--all :is1
":., -, i .~:i go. I t. bold f1a -e
ho r' I.,-e :: .,, l.it. :n, i, .rvy soul. I
believe I hllt for on'- l t:ie f 'low is ,a
the r' h!t traoik a! il we are on ti:,
wrong. All iny I:-in' anr one way.
and all t!e f.t: are tl:e other and I
much fear thalt -:iti-h Juries have not
yet ittainedl that pitch of Lntpllgepuno
w'! t'.. y wVll give the preference to
i,;y Ctt rss .'ver Istr:ile's facts."
"I 1 yotu ro to B.lakbath.
"Yes. W:atson. I went there. and I
fouiind( 'ery i,]ickly that the late la-
rm.i-'itl Oli.i,.re, was a pretty congid-
erntle lbl-w'ekuar-l. The father was
nwa-ty n search of his son. The mother
wna at home-a little, flofly, blue eyed
p..- ., in a tremor of fear and Indit-
":" ,. O; course bshe would not admit
.ven the possibility of his giJlt But
she iNo'Ml, not exprams either s rprtie
or regret over the fate of Olcra. On
thif e,,ntr:ary. she spoke of alm with
':.h i bitt(-rtess that nbe ws -uncB-
s'oim". y csderably serengthenuln the
c:, -. of the police, tor, of course, If her
S,)) had heard her speak of the man in
this fashion it wonui predispose hlm
toward hatred and violence. 'He was
nire )like a malignant.adl cunntg ape
than a human being.' said she, 'and he
always was, ever sine" he was a onung
min.'
'Yon knew him at thattime sald I,
'Yes. I knew him well; In fact, he
was an oldM nttm of mine. Thank beav-
nll that I bad the serme to turn away
from him and to nurry a better. If
i, ,,,'i. iuan. I was engaged to him,
.\l. nouums. when I beard a shabocking
story of how he had turned a cat loone
hi an aviary, and I was so horrtfied at
his brutal crmelty that I would mave
nothing more tod wfth him.' She rum-
magned In a bureau, aunl presently she
produced a photograph of a wonuma
shamefully defaced anod matitated with
a knife. 'That Is my own photograph,'
she, said. 'He sent It to me In that
state, with his curse, upon my wedding
morningg'
"'Well.' said I. 'at least he has for-
given you now, since he has left all his
property to your son.'
"'Neither my son nor I want any-
thing from .Jonaa Oldacre, dead or
alivee' she cried, with a proper spirit.
Thre is n (;(d in heaven. Mr. Holmes,
and that on;,e (;od who has punished
that wicked man will show In his own
garod timre that my son's hands are
grittless of his blood.'
"Well, I tried one or two leads, but
mild got at nothing which would help
ur hypothesis and several points
whi h would make agirtnst It. I gave
t up at last. and off I wrnt to Nor-
wood.
"This place. Deep Dene House. Is a
lig modern villa of staring brick stand-
ng back In Its own grounds, wth a
aurel clumped lawn In front of It. To
he right and some distance beck from
1,- road was the timber yard which
h1 been tie scene of the five. Here's
rough prlnn on a leaf of my notebook.
his window on the left tIs the one
rhieh opens into Oldacre's room. Toe
an look inti it from the road, you see.
:hat is about the only bit of consola-
Ion I ratvy had today. Lemtrade was
ot there, but his bead constable d14
ie honors. They had Just foxndi
great treasure trove. They had spent
he morning raking amoug the asbee
f the burned wood pile, and besides
he charred organic renwminr they had
.cured several 1 decomlored metaW disksk
examined them with care, and there
as no doubt that they were trunset
uttons. I even distii"raitbed that on.
t them was marked with the Danme of
[yams, who was Oldaere's t.ailor. I
.in worked the lawn very carefully
,r sigRns and traces. ut th 'irouglht
as made everyttlng as hard i- froe.
tthillng w.as to h- se.mn \ave that some
Ady or bundle had t '* *n dr-aigd
rough a lrwv prvrt l,,.i,. whleh i-i t
line within the wood pil-. All that. of
urse. fits in with the o'le:al lbeory.
rawkl-d abomt ti'. lawn with as
ugust smn in oyn back. bInt I g ot up
t the '.d cf na honr no wo'-r tha
before.
*'Well, after this fiasco I went into
p bedroom :ir.d 'x*min',l that L.iO.
i" bril stains. w,* r v -.,- -liht. Inm.*r
n-ar-a ~!a I' di -.i'- !ouratlo!.. *,:t i na
>ubtedly f:-' h. 'm" ct1,'k .;" ,.1
moved. b::t there a i-, the r;aark
.re -ligh'. There i- rt;, doubt :dm't


jo st~rl. he!-,mguli; tv4) ilr t-upt10f
hfIi- t. ()t2a~ of both m-a
,),!Id tbe tunille :t 1i0.- e"trp-,et. ut
one of auy tatril p": s-ou. which agmai
it trick fcrr th- ,,! '-r :idp. TheY
!2:.,.t *;i(t,,)rf- -ieal the time,.

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By E. NELLIE BECK. V Telephone No. 669 and Tarry--Women and Society Here and Elsewhere

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CROSSES OF HONOR WILL BE 'l(-\er .situation in Pensacola.
PRESENTEO TO VETERANS. Captain Hatch returned from Mich-
Veterans who have applied for igan on Thursday evening and took
crises are hereby notified that it, comnman.] ol the Fifteenth e:jmpany.
there are no disarrangements of pres- Cap'ain Win. F. Hlase and Lieuten-
ent plans, the crosses will be present- ',- 'It. P1. Andruss have r ceIved from
ed on September "7. aanlvcrsary of' department headquarters an order of,
the battle of Marrianna. Due not'ic- Mritorrlov Miention on account of
of the tour and place will be publish '-r'cuin some soldiers who weor b<-
ea later. in" carried out in;, a the gulf by the
T ue at For;' lic-ens last su:nmei.
VITAL I.MPORTANCE. The officers hard< the calls for help
The protection of the home has be iand rushed down to the shore an ,
ar nne a ma;:er of the most i:al in]- pushe.l planks in front of them as
)porance to American n:en. Only a they swam out and thus rescued thei
few years ago the rich alone could d'.owning men.
;)rotvile fr- 'hel- families after th. -
*;:-atb of the bread winner Now. HOW HE CURED HIS WIFE
thanks to fraternal orders, fhe most OF IMAGINARY WOES.
lnumrble may givc to htis wife an s A w(':1 known married woman who
children a fair eomnpetence if hi' has ,tsn li hly hy sterical lately.
should be taken from them. P.rate. !r,-c ;v'el a .-;hc' a nignt or two ago
tlal insurance is :he, best thing Amer- Tha: has--'o quoie her own words--
ick has discovered since she. foun:r r;;::e.d hter up for anything the fuiur(
freedom.-Exchange. ha5 :n s'ore.
--4- Th, great b'iabhoo of her married
U. C. D.'S ATTENTION. !if ... b'oon a .:-ar that her husband,
As *he extvutive eomm:ttee his'wh)o works all dnv ann' often far into.
trtefn unable to ge' ;'T:,.ICr an:i as s, 'he night the year around, might !h
tnany of the daughli.rs are out of tempted to fo0:,cw the example of his
',Awn. The regular Sepltember m,'etin, fellowv-workers aud "'ake to drink."
w:1 not be held. "Consequeiitly no ," i : ;n feeling omerworke.! as he of;en
'zates have lvet.n appointed and P,,n- do.is.


"tacola C(hat;'er will no: he repr sente
at the San Francisco convention nex
anonth.
SAYING "SOMETHING NICE."
The young ladies of the Thompso
P)ry (,ood,. Company in,'ittd us in Tih
other afternoon :o dr:nk lemona!
with them. pr-efac:ng the invitation
wi-:h the renia:k tha* w e must sa
Fsownthing nice about them in the pa
pe:. And of course we could no
do otherwise. for they are all. with
out a siuglc exc(p'ton. just as nie
an I sweet as they can lw. and our oni
wonde-r is 'ha: tney haie been allowed
to remain single so lone-an'd some r (
them. oh. so long'--Marion tKas.
h 'co:'d.
FORT BARRANCAS.
Everyhmng is wery quiet hose day
except' when a 'nieni i:r of the giuaI
sioots at -ore nir ei.'t o a':< 1;1:;s to
cross the' quaraniini, !:nt .A1 h
en inin deten:toni (':ct' 'lav been r
leased and no a;i;',a;ai;rt of } 'ow
fever.
IAeutenant Wa'son re' urr- ,l fro
IPlttsburg. Penn on W, ,',.- I
evening and i' a -ssI u! c i
I~natl of th. \\.'I :' s i c)mpa
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,: it recoiily hliat fear has zive,' e
*place ) another and for the las; t e
days she has n~ r only suffered, air
lhe terrors of a highly developed in.- resolutiely: "If you don't go, I will."
azination steeped in fear. but has i He turned away so sne could nor
n nade life a nighnil:are :or hc'r devoted, see his face-walked to the mirror.
e but weary husba: .. In alarm h- pulled up his collar, s-,raightened his
c stated the as to the family physi- t'. picked up his hat and then facing
n cian. she woul, l:o; ;rea\e town with- her opened his arms and sale.', gravely:
y out him a. he wished her ;to do and "All right, dear, I'l! go ; you in-
a- he could not consent to go unless her sist."
it safety demanded it. I he stared at him in amazement
h- The Doctor told the anxious hus- then exclaimed: "John Smith: You
e hand that all slhe neede I was to have | hateful thing. I don't believe you're,
y her mind diverte.-F from the one sub- drunk a' all"'
d ject that then engrjsse, her. That "No, little woman, I m not, but I
't h:r l'hysral !. ',alth was normal but can go and get so if you're going toI
) ;er minnd ha.] 'irooded over tle situa- feel so disappointed about it. 1
tion til' t e most remote ipossibili ii's though: you'd rather have me sobei.
t.Il he' 'itie thUe n e' nor'i certaii.- W 'V-:'.'-'
li.. and =ny'i7'. ;;13 woouII hange BI;,; tw,i arms were thrown alout,
:* her i'.: ,. :;:, wo:: do, her good, '!is neck n l a happy. gra:eful little
t v\':n t..o;,ae .; nfli'hi '- o T-.a <'t 2' ; '..:n he s' a: c -,e.l lup to i reaches houne ahi it is safe to pre-;
- th( f'roty oji.no i : wi'h difflic'N- diet '!:!at no "imaginary" troubles!
- : iIl ', I l uo; t. 1 hi 'tI,;1* .a -(i;.I ant will i a,:- 'their fUlttre..
hr !;nugh! ; h( ,.,i rway pi'iiftr ) ip:,) hi: - -
wif' \w hast:' cl--s i 1:w do ,r ani IM"e, .'an s. i;(. nine years old so.i
a .,aT.! w,.:,k and f: z,*' n:,-, aarns' ,: Mr.-. \V' iam Piazzoe' of WVes; Ga-
. ; ;i s:i, ca .z,' \v:: -, ;i, i tis (O ( *!' .w f l: Tro'- a swing or "'m e'ry-
-' ina' :. ,** r- of a';.c.pia !n. r' o,-r n:, Friay. was ge ;ting alo'.n
li'- m i i ;nk i r::: ign. i:c, \ last .- e enin, th o s;!fferin :
s I, r '' :i't n an; ;i'e .;nz t!h Irman ;he ,Ia\w (rn his head an-l weak

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;,Io *1-O V- ;. oI
.\a Itt
;b -, l!.,.r. w-h: ., er.-,'':y aliusI *!
a' . r n n e .-. s hold axil
I'it.1.:.1 r, ;!:i.i!'z *: V .s h', ,'":-' ,
.'a .T :'- p r : . :;i:: :io, .;: .i
cry ( ." ning.e, ,>v' an i ''
star I tiwar-. .:n wi;h outlstre:che.'
;t: -. tr:ppe at : ft.: at his t: o
sw.:n.I::. : the i P s h.:' l:rr-hed
r,,I I:' th s'a.rs. n;e ie
I: .' 'f f y I a:d:. .orxtinz' d e" '
: cnc as sht ;,ulle 1.er-e'.f ui>
i h h:n. he -:il: with drunken
d:g: .
'o "o:'re drunk, be gad You're
drunkV'
T.utn he began to sing with tips.
glee:
"When your thick) hee's fail hard
An) your head feels ohic) queer.
And your iba-a-ahi thoughts rise
h-iup
.:ke- the froth on ;'e beer.
And ( hi-) your knees are weak
And your who--oo--oop voice is
strong
And you ihicI) augh (ha, ha. haw) all
night
A: so)tn(- darnej f),'ool song--
You're drunk. be gad: You're drunk'"
Th:s wn ,coo much. Turning from
-'in. ;n di':st she marched to the
' opened :t ani1 pointing outward
aid. s .rr" wf::'vy t.ur tirwly:
"J.ohn. I'hat is not h.: name.) you
ar: : ,nt:o spenil the night here.
Go bark to your own kind. I might
have known what everybody ,sair;,
wl''n I niar:'it-i you. wou'l come true..
'n:--:::---'--4). I lwved youso. Pu:-
i wi:: i:,,- my word If it kills me. I
will nt-\er ;:ve with a drunken hus-
")an,d." As he stood -still she said


old home in Washington, L. C. to ac-
cept a be(*'tr position there. Mr.
Wood was generai.y liked and leaves
a number of very warm friends who
regret extremely to nave him leave
but unit in congratulating him upoei
his advancement.
Mrs. John Brosnaham and little
son John. and her sister Miss Mosely
rre in Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. D'Mlemberti
and daughters Miss Carrie and Miss,
Bessie, and Mrs. Will Favourite of
Gulfport, are still at Galbreath Springs
where the ladies have spent the last.
two months, and write their friends
at home that it is so cool that thick
clothing is necessary to comfort.
Mrs. H. J. Mackey and Mrs. Will
Mackey are visiting relatives in
Roberts.


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Mr. and Mrs. John
ing a few weeks in


Color are spendL
Roberts.


Mrs. E. B.: Hester's. new residence
on West Chase will be completed in
a few days and she expects to move
in as soon as it is ready for occupancy
-possibly the last of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walsh 'and daugh-
ter Miss Annie and their two younger
boys left at noon yesterday for New
York. Their' older sons Mr. Ed and
Mr. Joe. Jr., wtll leave in a few days
for Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. John Amos and child-
ren will leave Tuesday for Cincinnati.
Mish Annie Ainaworth ana' Master
Clarence will 'leave Thursday for De-
troit, Mich.
Mrs. Saurez and family of East;
Gregory are spending September In
the country.
Miss Addle Gingles and Miss Fan-
ni, Ging'les are spending the autumn.
rear Powers, Ala..
Mr. and Mrs. 1). B. White and Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Acosta left Saturday


They w:U v'is. ti :'r ;;::g o S'rl: .,.
fR1ber:s and o'her pl .c.s in Alabama
before r' uniig t,.ir. i:' ;ie' s in lthe
school ro::: at Atm;,re. where Miss
Katharyne i?: r; e cfliicnat pr.ic:pa.- of
Atnmor- Ins;i:,u e.
Mr. C. D. Bty, r left Friday for
Nas -ille and other points.
Mr. Dan Hays left Fri,'.iy for Nash-
ville and a isit to to his old home.
Mid.shipman Edward H. IALftin of
the U. S. S. Naval Acidemy at Anna-
pulls, Is in Birmingham vi-iting his
aunt Mrs. W. T. Angell. His mother
Mrs. W. M. Loftin will join him late;-
and they will spenoa the last weeks of
his vacation together In Atlanta.
AN ALABAMA OPTIMIST.
Mockin' bird a singin' in de hick'ry
tree,
Ole mule in de furrow looking' lazy liie
like at me,
Cotton fields a smilin' an' a shinin' in
de sun.
Golly, ain't Ah happy when mah day's
wuk's done.
Little log cabin whar Ah res at ni'2h:.
Little ole fiddle makes mah hadt feel
light.
Little yaller wife a cooking' bacon and
cohn pone,
Golly, ain't Ah happy when mah day's
wuk's done.
-Montgomery Advertiser.


FOR US ALL.
"What care I for caste or creed?
It is the deed, it is the deed,
What for class or what for clan?
It is the man, it is the man;
Heirs of love. and joy. and woe,
Who is high and% wio is !low?
Mountain, vaiiic-, .'ly and stia
Are for all liiiian:t'.


"What care I for r.'be or stole?
It is the soul. P is th, sotl:
What for crown, or whit for crest?
It is the hear: wihiTn te lr'east:
It is the faith, it ;s the hope.
It is the srrur l,_ up the s1''t,
It is the brain am!nd ('.'e o se
0"e G.),l anl (I ono hunanni:5."


Loon for Nashville. Tenn. o .. ,
--Roet': 1owpa,, mn r:'octfrna U lnion
Mr. aid Mrs. Marion Shepard are G'N Blue Ribhot I..,:.'n an-l \'.nil'a
visiting his mother at FisherviIle on Ex ,ra s aR i ,;i .,-:- n ', d ls, r;:s lni .
*he Bayshore. ,. s FIavor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scott and bab" Notice. Contractors anBuders
are in Asheville. N. C. Notic Contractors and Buiders
Bids w iiil b- r ,I.,i v ft l the e:',: -
Mr. H. C. Builiard and bride are tion of a bhr. e ( r- hriick tLi: l' "'
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* ,Pillar'd an ;' mother. Mrs. E. M. Buil!-. htl 8rrL'k iS. (' ... ,' .'
M:" i Mrs. .. M. Pooley have r,- larl a he at their homr on Nor;h Pala- No. 24a1. and Es:am-bia lulgd N .
n ,( ,I I, f. : Hil and : ore, e:llpin. fox. 373b, G. t' 0. of 0) 1F. F Pl; a _. t:,Il
S,,i. 7 Eas ackson -pecificati 'ns aa:.y he se.n at the 'I
t Mr. ant Mrs. Gu(; Wi;,on are s:;I flee of C. .:s'mI:. 1 \. Rn:,i
S 'a- ,,, ). V w has j in g tehir h-i.- on tr:p, at sreet. Al, Is ; :i no: la -
0,,' :e l:vy yarad for t1. pr,-,i sent visiting .irs. W ils.on's pa.- hean 6 o,.ock p. in. >n p'pom:, !i.
;':.-t f ; months. has rc'urnel to h.s ri.'-s. Cant. and Mrs. W. B. Bonacker 1905. Thel (),mmnle. r orves CN,
in lakeland, Fla. right t r re an' a',l a!i bids. Hi !
4G. must be lft at th'e otice' 0o (C. H. A..s
SMrs. Ida McAllister and Miss Dalsy, ton's. Plans and -ip)e:i.-atiorns nl,'s.' ra r
Ai Facial Mr. and Mrs. Dick McAliister and Mr. not be moved >,i'm sa:d f,,fice. S,
and Mrs. D. N. Nicholson are spen,- STEPHEN WILLIAMS. a ,y
BLE I CLgI September out of town. R. T. THOMAS, Secretary. ti ,c
BLEMISHES Chairman. f,,.
Mrs. Waddell and two children of 8sept10t. i.,'tr
Removed East Gregory are in Atlanta. Mr. ( gr
Waddell is in the city. *************$***4**0000 4 y
In One :," )4ml
In One The many friends of Mrs. W. H. # (Extract from Revised Stat- Pres
Week. Hutchinson and family will be very utes of Florida.
glad to learn that her lovely young "Sec. 766.-PENALTY FOR *
EA U |daughter Miss Kathleen. who ,as '* SPREADING F A L S E RE- .
|bexn quite Ill, was very much better PORTS OF DISEASE.-Any
last evening, and doing nicely. person or persons who shall
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. L falsely Or maliciously dissemi- *
T PRFET i tT y Little Miss Miriam Burgoyne it a I nate or spread rumors or re- :,
tBeautiola i t' o ly hab'nte pep. Olive with the family of Mr. H. AHl. ports concerning the existence *
facial hi nitahe,. traces of care worry, til man who are spending September of any infectious or contagious *'
nesi nd rxfoRf%,t yAfbr a few aptf- there.
nel,-o is itpo-. After a few app ice- there. r n disease, shall be guilty of a t
lionoof Btntlo'a. beauty of youth retmnrora, and upo cnic- *
and a& gfa is like a mantle from the fac, misdemeanor, and upon convic- *
serviin, the 'kin soft. clear and velvety, Miss Allie Johnson has gone to tion therefore, shall be punish- *
nota wrinkieo rbl11emh remain, ean Nashville. Tenn., and later will go t- ed as provided by Section 765." '1
a chemists and Expert DoIrmatniorists. Marion and enter Judson College. "Sec. 765. Shall be fined in ,
'a- made faded. buto b auttlui ladies a sum not less than $100 nor 0*
at Yuthfulatfrty&and nfty a'they .s Miss Mabel, daughter of Mr. and more than $1,000 or be impris-.
w-or.derfu' results. Beautinia rv-movs th, Mrs. J. C. Green left Friday noon for *ned in the county jail for not 5
worst a*w. of BR'WN. LIVER .P' NashviNe in response to a wire front leIs than three nor more than *
wlRKILe.s. .ARs. SALL Pox Lr-I the faculty of Belmont College invit. six months."
TING% and all 1)ISFIGL'URINO wRUv Ing her to go at once and be a guests
"1ANX Q '.r- P." t cents. EVRy aBox at the college till school begins. {O*95.*** *$***$ *****@* #
Fcr Wile by leading drugrists ir sent 1
'~ect to Friends of Misses Katharyne andi Terrible plagues, those itching, pes-
E. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO., Bessie Perdue will hear with regret; tering diseases of the skin. Put an
Dept. St. Loula. that the young ladies will not be end to misery. Doan's Ointment
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Holmes


By A. CONAN DOYLE.
AUmthr tof "The Ado-tures of Sherlock Holmes," **The Hound of
thelM Dsum*vi," The bSiO tof the Four." "A Study In Scarlet" Eta.


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(Owttued From Page Nine. ) permit himnselt ne j4 and 1 h--"'ve to make a careful exirminr.tion ofr the
Known him to presume upon h!s Iron hall.- besides. t's not in a very proml-
I eE 6 55 -odin'5 oftGiare,. strength until be has fainted from nent pl)ne., as you see."
Mat of w hhad beesn takes ot a d "No. no-of course not. I suppose
Wt eo table. "ie paprs had been n there il no doubt that the mark was
= ue pi tnt sealed eanveape, oe or 4# 'there yestenlay ?"
two of vhich had been opend by the 1,Strad(1 looked at IIolmeu. as if be
olme. They wer not. so far as I! thought be was g3ing out of his mNnd.
* e~dal ft&. of say great value, or I confss that I was myself surprised
IM the bank book show that Mr. Old- both at his hilarious manner nnd at
m was it seeT vOT affluet drcum- his rather wlld observation.
es4. But It seemed to me that all "I don't know whether you think that
e paper's wa sot thee. There! MeFarlane came out of Jail in the
SalloM to somse gdeed-po-bly | dead of night in order to strengthen
te se vahlable-which I emid not the evidence a nanst himself," said
a. ahis, of come, if we could del- / Letrade. "I leave it to any expert
gob* e it L Mo tw M. Trade's 'Ain the world whether that is not the
arguat htm eia. for who / mark of his thumb."
Sela thing if be knew that be "It is unquestionably the mark of
would hortly Mherit it? his thumb."
inlml. haevl drawn eve other "There. that's enough," sal(d Lestrade.
ever and picked p no cet I tried "I am a practical man. Mr. Holmes,
Smy lee wth the housekeeper. Mrs. i and jhen I have got my evidence I
Lenistae is her name--a little, dark, come to my conclusIons. If you have
aleat person, with suspicious and side- anything to say you will find me writ-
luet eyes. She could tell as something ,uIng my report in the sitting room.'
I h weuld. I am convinced of it. Holmes had recvv'red his Cejuanimi-
t she was as close as wax. Yes. sbe i ty. thoruh I st'!l seemed to detect
had let Mr. McParane in at half past gle:;ms of amusement In his expres-
.me41' hand bad witrd'sin.
b.re e hae d done so. She bad gone "Deer m". this is a very sad devel-
Sbd at halt past 10. Her room was COoupgit by Collie-'s We"kl3. opment. Watson, Is it not?" said be.
at the other end of the house and she "She could Utl usw somtht"g if she "And yet there are singular poluts
cealM hear nothnag of what patted. would abut it which hold out some hopes for
Mr. MeFartme had left his hat and, to our client."
Ow bo at hbr teeief., his stick In the pure inanition. "At present I cannot "I am delighted to hear It." said I
hall. he had been awakened by the spare energy and nerve force for diges- heartily. "I was afraid it was all up
alarm ot ire. Her poor, dear ma.ler tion," he would say in answer to my with him."
ha e rtatly been mrdred. Had he' medical remoustrancet I was not sur- "I would hardly go so far as to say
say ens is? Well, every man had prised, therefore, when this morning he that. my dear Waitson. The fact is that
emnIMea tit Mr. Oldcre kept himself left his untouched meal bebhld him and there is one really serious flnw in this
vry much to hinM elf and only met, started with me for Norwood. A crowd evidence to which our friend attaches
Peoples the way of siness. She had j of morbid sightseers were still gathered so much importance."
-see the botuns and was sure that round Deep Iene House, which was "IndLeed Holmes! What is It?"
they beleaged fl the clothes which he just such a suburban villa as I had pic- "Only this, that I know that that
had wora lent light The wood pile' turned. Within the gates Lestrade met mark was not there when I examined
was very dry, for t had not rained us, his face flushed with victory, his the ball yesterday. And now. Watson,
fur a moath. It burned like tender. i manner grossly triumphant, let us have a little stroll round In the
and by the time she reached the spot "Well Mr. Holmes, have you proved sunshine."
aoitag culdM be seen but flames. She us to be wrong yet? Have you found With a confused brain, but with a
san all the flremn smelled the burn- your tramp?' he cried, heart Into which some warmth of hope
ed 10 from tnside it. She knew "I have formed no conclusion what- was returning, I accompanied my
atMg of the papers nor of Mr. Old- ever," my companion answered. friend in a walk round the garden.
acre's prTiate afair. "But we formed ours yesterday, and Holmes took ench face of the house In
"lo, my dear Wataen, there's my e- now It prows to be correct, so you turn and examined it with greai inter-
part of a failure. And yet--and yet"-; must acknowledge that we have been est. lie then led the way inside and
be dIedlbc his thin hands In a par- a little in front of you this time, Mr. went over the whole building from
es af et conviction-"I know it's all Holmes." baseui'nt to attic. Most of the rooms
wroa. I feel It in my bones. There "You certainly have the air of some were unfurnished. but none the less
is inmei(hag that has not come out, thing unusual baring occurred," said Holmes inspected them all minutely.
ad that housekeeper knows it There Holmes. Finally, on the top corridor, which ran
was a srt of sulky defiance in her Lestrade laughed loudly, outside three untenanted bedrooms, be
eyes which only goes with guilty "You don't like heing beaten any again was seized with a spasm of mer-
kno,.dKge. However, there's no good more than the rest of us do," said he. iiment.
talking any more about it. Watson. "A man can't expect always to have "There are really some very unique
But unless some lucky chance comes it his own way, cat he, Dr. Watson? features nhbut this case. Watson." said
oer way I fear that the Norwood dis- Step this way, if you please, gentle- he. "1 think it is time now that we
appearance case will not figure in that men. and I think I can convince you tok our friend Lestrade Into our confl-
chroeile of our successes which I fore- once for all that it was John McFr.r- deice. Hle has had his little smile at
see that a patient public will sooner or lane who did this crime." our expense, and perhaps we may d3
later have to endure." Ile led1 us through the passage and 'as much by him if my reading of this
"Surely," said 1. "the man's appear- out into a dark hall beyond. problem proves to to correct. Yes, yes,
Bace would go far with any Jur.-" "This Is where young McFarlane I think I see how we should approach
"'hat Is a dangerous argument, my must have come out to get his hat itt"
dear Watson. You remember that ter- after the crime was done," said he. The Scotland Yard detective was still
rible murderer, Bert Stevens. who "Now. look at tbis." With dramatic writing in the parlor when Holmes In-
wanted as to get him off in 't77 Was Puddenness he struck a match and by terrupted him.
aere ever a more miad mannered. Sun- its light exposed a stain of blood upon "I understood that you were writing
dey school young man?" i the whitewashed wall As he held the a report of this case," said be.
"It is true." match nearer I saw that It was more "So I am."
UJless we sweewed In establishing than a stain. It was the well marked "Don't you think it may be a little
an alternative theory this man is lost. print of a thumb. premature? I can't help thinking that
You can hardly find a law in the case "Look at that with your magnifying your evidence is not complete."
which ca now be presented against glass, Mr. Holmes." Lestrade knew my friend too well to
him. and all further investigation has "Yes, I am doing so." disregard his words. He laid down his
ear-ed to strengthen It By the way, "You are aware that no two thumb pen and looked curiously at him.
there Is one eurlous lttle point about! marks are alike?" "What do you mean, Mr. Holmes?"
Oee papers which may serve us as the "I have heard something of the kind." "Only that there is an important wit-
startag point for an inquiry. On look- "Well, then, will you please comn- ness whom you have not seen."
g over the bank book I found that the pare that print with this wax impres- "Can you produce him?"
Jew ate of the balance was principal- silon of young McFarlane's right thumb "I think I c('an."
ly due to large ch cks which have been taken by my orders this morning?" "Then do so."
mnde out during the last year to Mr. As be held the waxen print close to "I will do my best. How many con-
orw luas. I confess that I should be the blood stain it did not take a mag- stables have you?"
l otrested to know who this Mr. Corne- nifying glass to see that the two were "There are three within call."
Sm awBy be with whom a retired build- undoubtedly from the same thumb. It excellentt said Holmes. "May I
er haseek very large transactions. Is was evident to me that our unfortunate ask if they are all large, ablebodied
It possible that he has had a hand in client was lost men with powerful voices?"
the affair? Cornellas might be a bro- "That is final," said Lestrade. "I have no doubt they are. though I
Iker. but we have found no scrip to cor "Yes. that is flaal," I involuntarily fail to see what their voices have to do
wIpond with these large payments. echoed, with It."
calling any other Indication, my re "It is final." saMd Ho'mes. "Perhmups I can help you to see that
aehr* must now take the direction Something In his tone caught my car, and one or two other things as well."
of aB tnqulry at the bank for the gen- and I turned to look at h'Im. An ex- said HIolmcs. "Kindly summon your
tinama who has cashed thee checks. traordinary change had come over his rmen. and I will try."
Bt I her. my dear fellow, that our face. It was writhing with inward Five minutes later three policemen
c will w ed Ingkoriously by Lastrade merriment. lIls two eyes were shining had an'snembied in the .hall.
bangng or elient. which will cdrtan- like stars. It seemed to me that be "In the outhouse you will find a con-
ly be a triumph for Scotland Yard." was making desperate efforts to re- sklerable quantity of straw," said
I do not know how far Sherlock straIn a convulsive attack of laughter. Holmes. "I will ask you to carry in
Wolves took any sleep that night, bnt "Dear me! Dear me!'" be said at two bundles of It. 1 think It will be
when I came down to hleakfast I last. "Well, now, who would have of the greatest assistance in prodilcing
foud him pale and harasse-. hbl bright thought it? Aad how deceptlve ap- the witms" whom I require. Thank
eys the brighter for the dark shadows pearances may be, to be sire: Such you very im.ilh. I believe you have
around them. The carpet round his chair a nice young man to look at! It Is a some matches in your pocket, Watson.
was litterwd with cirartte ends and leson to us not to trust our own Judg- Now, Mr. Lestrade. I will ask you all
with the early editions of the morning meat. is t not. Lestrade." to accompany me to the top landingg"
papers. An open telegram lay upon the "Yes, some of us are a little toa much As I have said. there was a broad
tabinctIned to be ?ocks're, Mr. Holmes." corridor there, which ran outside three


"What o3 o think of thi, Wats?" id Lestrae. The lian's Insolence empty bedrooms. At one end of the
SP asked. toning It acres. was maddening. but we could not re- corridor we were all marshaled by
It was from Norwood and ran as fol- sent it Sherlock Holmes. the constables grin-
low: "'What a providential thing that this ning and I-estrade staring at my friend
Important rrh e reence to hand. Mb- young man should press his right with amazement. expectation and deri-
'arlane's iullt definitely e.tabtlihed. Ad- thumb agalast the wall in taking his sion chbasing each other across bis fea-
is e you to abandon ca-. LESTRADE- hat from the peg' Buch a very natural tures. Holmes stood before us with
'Thle sounds serious." said I. action, too, If you come to think of it." the air of a conjurer who is perform-
"It is Lestrade's little cock-a-doodle Holmes was outwardly calm, but his ing a trick.
Sf victory." Holme answered, wtth a whole body gave a wriggle of sup- "Would you kindly send one of your
bitter smile. "And yet It may be pe- pressed excitement as he spoke. "By constables for two buckets of water'?
saitre to abandon the case. After all. the way. Lestrade, who made this re- Put the straw on the floor here, free
important fresh evidence Is a two edg- markable discovery?" from the wall on either side. Now I
ed thing and may possibly elt in a "It was the housekeeper, Mrs. Lex- think that we are all ready."
very different direction from that which Ington. who drew the night constable's Lestrade s face had begun to grow
t-strade Imaglinw. Take your break- attention to it." red and angry.
S ot. Watson. and we will go out to- "Where was the night constable" I don't know whether you are-play-
pther and see what we can do I feel "He remained on guard in the bed- Ing a game with us. Mr.' iSherlock
" as If I shall need your company and room where the crime was committed Holmes," said he. "If you know, any-
your moral support today." so as to see that nothing was touched." thing ymo can surely say it without all
My friend had no breakfast himself. Bt why didn't the police see this this ton.foolery."
fer it was one of hi% pelarities that mark yetetrar 'I assure you, my good Lestrade,
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you must not grudge me a little pomp
and ceremony now. Alight I ask you,
Watson, to open that window and then
to put a match to the edge of the
straw?"
I did so, and, driven by the draft,
a coil of gray smoke swirled down the
ccrrider, while the dry straw crackled
and flamed.
i"Now we must see if we can find this
witness for you, Lestrade. Might I
ask you all to join in the cry of 'Fire?'
Now, then-one, two, three!"
"Fire!" we all yelled.
'"Thank you. I will trouble you once
again."
"Fire r'
"Just once more, gentlemen, and all
together."
"Fire!" The shout must have rung
over Norwood.
It had hardly died away when an
amazing thing happened. A door sud-
denly flew open out of what appeared
to be solid wall at the end of the cor-'
ridor and a little wizened man darted
out of It like a rabbit out of Its b -.
row.
"Capital!" said Holmes calmly.
"Watson, a bucket of water over the
straw. That will do! Lextrade, allow
me to present you with your principal'
missing witness, Mr. Jonas Oldacre."
The detective stared at the newcom-
er with blank amazement. The latter
was blinking in the bright light of the
corridor and peering at us and at the
smoldering fire. It was an odious
face-crafty, vicious, malignant, with
shifty, light gray eyes and white
lashes.
"What'sAhis, then?" said Lestradeat
last. "What have you been doing all
this time, eh?"
Oldacre gave an uneasy laugh, shrink-
ing back from the furious red face of
the angry detective.
"I have done no harm."
"No harm? You hnve done your best
to get an innocent man hanged. If it
wasn't for this gentleman here I am'
not sure that you would not have suc-
ceeded."
The wretched creature began to
whbmper.
"I am sure, sir. It was only my prac-
tical Jake."
"Oh, a joke, was It? You won't find
the laugh on your side, I promise you.
i Take him down nnd keep him in the
sitting room until I come. Mr. Holmes.",
be -continued when they had gone, "I4
1 could not speak before the constables.,
but I don't mind saying in the presence
of Dr. Watson that this is the brightest
i thing that you have done yet. though It
I Is a mystery to me how yon (ldid it. You
ha'-e saved an un-,cent man's life, andi
you have prevented a very grave scan-
dal. which would have ruined my repu-
i station in the force."
i olmes smiled nnd clapped Testrade
upon the shoulder.
"Instead of beiig ruined, my good
sir, you will find that your reputation
has been enormously enhanced. Just
i make a few alterations in that report
which you were writing and they will
understand how hard It is to throw
dust in the eyes of Inspector Lstrade."
S"And you don't want your name to
appear?"
i "Not at all. The work is Its own re-
ward. Perhaps I shall get the credit
I also at some distant day. when I per-
glt my zealous historian to lay out his
f.olscap once more--eh. Watson? Well,
now. let us see where this rat has beeu
lurking."
A lath and plaster partition bad been '
run across the passage six feet from
the end, with a door cunningly conceal-
ed in It. It was lit within by slits un-
der the eaves. A few articles of furni-
ture and a supply of food and water
were within, together with a number
of books and papers.
"There's the advantage of being a
builder." said Holmes as we came out.
"He was able to fix up his own little
hiding place without any confederate.
save, of course, that precious house-
keeper of his, whom I should klose no
time In adding to your bag, Leetrade."
"I'll take your advice. But how did
| yolLu oB et this ace Mr. Holmes?"


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"It was a joke, my good sir-a prac-
tical joke, nothing more," he whined
incessantly. "I assure you, sir, that I
simply concealed myself In order to
see the effect of my disappearance, and
I am sure that you would not be .s
unjust as to imagine that I would have
allowed any harm to befall poor young
Mr. McFarlane."
"That's for a jury to decide," said
ILsttrade. "Anyhow, we shall have
you on a charge of conspiracy. if not
for attempted murder."
"And you'll probably find that your
creditors will impound the banking ac-
count of Mr. Cornelius," sa Holmes.
The little man started ana turned his
malignant eyes upon my friend.
"I have to thank you for a good
deal," said he. "Perhaps I'll pay my
debt some day."
Holmes smiled indulgently.
"I fancy that for some few years
you will find your time very fully oc-
cupied." said he. "By the way. what
was It you put Into the wood pile be-1
sides your old trousers? A dead dog, i
or rabbits, or what? You won't tell?


Dear me. how very unkind of you!
Well, well, I dare say that a couple of
rabbits would account both for the:
blood and for the charred ashes. If
ever you write an account, Watson,
you can make rabbits serve your
turt."
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"1 made up my mind that the fellow
was In hiding in the house. When I
paced one corridor and found it six
feet shorter than the corresponding
one below it was pretty clear where
he was. I thought he had not the nerve
to lie quiet before an alarm of fire. We
could, of course, have gone In and tak-
en him, but it amused me to make him
reveal himself. Besides, I owed you a
little mystification, Lestrade, for your
chaff in the morning."
"Well. Pir. you certainly got equal
with me on that. But how in the world
did you know that he was in the house
at all?"
"Tho thumb mark, Lestrade. You
said it was final,. and so it was in a
very different sense. I knew it had
not been there the day before. I pay
a good denl of attention to matters of
detail, a., you may have observed, and
I had examined the hall and was sure
that the wall was clear. Therefore It
bad been ilt on during the night."
'*T"',.t how':"
"Very s:nply. W'Ien those packets.
were sealed, up Jonas Oldnere gAt Mle-
Farlane to secure one of the senis by
pant;;g hi!s thumb upon the soft wax.
It would ie done no quickly and so
naturally that I dare say the young
man himself has no recollection of it.
Very likely it just so happened, and
Oldacre lad himself no notion of the
use it would put it to. Brooding over
the ease In that den of his. it suddenly
struck him what absolutely damning
evidence he could make against Mc-
Farlane by using that thunb mark.
It was the simplest thing in the world
for bIn. to take a wax impression from
the seal, to moisten it In as much
blood ai he could get from a pin prick
and to put the mark upon the wall dur-
ing the night either with his own hand
or with that of his housekeeper. If
you examine among those documents
which he took with him into his re-
treat I will lay you a wager that youl
find the seal with the thumb mark
upou it."
"WVontl'rful!" said Lestrade. "Won-
derfrl: It's all as clear as crystal as
yon put it. But what Is the object of
this deep deception, Mr. llolmes?"
It was amuuing to me to see how the
detective's overbearing manner had
chliafed snddenly to that of a child
asda:g questions of its teacher.
"Well, I don't think that 1i very hard
to explain. A very deep. mnleifons,.
vindictive person is the gentlhiWtn who
is now waiting us downstairs. You
know that he was once refused by Mc-
Farlane's mother? You don't I told
you that you should go to Blackheath
first and Norwood afterward. Well,
this Injury, as he would consider It,
has rankled 1i his wicked, scheming
brain, and all his Ulife be has longed for
vengeance, but never seen his chance.
During the last year or two things have
gone against him-s-ecret speculation, I
think-and he finds himself in a bad
way. He determines to swindle his
creditors, and for this purpose he pays
large checks to a certain Mr. Cornelius,
who Is, I imagine, himself under an-
other name. I have not traced these
checks yet, but I have no doubt that!
they were banked under that name at::
some provincial town, where Oldacre
from time to time led a double exist-
ence. Iie intended to change his name
altogether, draw his money and van-
ish. starting life again elsewhere."
"Well, that's likely enough."
"It would strike him that In disap-
pearing he might throw all pursuit off
his track and at the same time have an
ample and crushing revenge upon his
old sweetheart if he could give the Im-
pression that he had been murdered by
her only child. It was a masterpiece of
villainy, and be carried it out like a
master. The idea of the will, which
would give an obvious motive for the
crime, the secret visit unknown to his
own parents, the retention of the stick.
the blood and the animal remains and
buttons in the wood pile-all were ad-
mirable. It was a net from which it
seemed to me, a few hours ago, that
there was no possible escape. But he
had not that supreme gift of the artist,
the knowledge of when to stop. He
wished to Improve that which was al-
ready perfect-to draw the rope tighter
yet round the neck of his unfortunate
victim-and so be ruined all. Let us;
descend, Lestrade. There are just one
or two questions that I would ask
bhim."
The malignant creature was seated
in hia own parlor with a policeman
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POINTS OF
EXCrFI rI4CE

BRILLIANCY"'-C!arity and polio%
proving perfect brewing and fer.
mentation.
'CLEAN" TASTE The absence of
a disagreeable foreign or after-
taste, proving scrupulous cleanit.
nesi during the brewing process.
"50LID. CREAMY FOAW"-An in-
ia!;jle indication cf body, age sad
excelence of Ir.-wing material.
ePOyRIYY"-oImpo,%ible to And in
m,,t bottled beers. because th-*ir
preservation is gained through
,.h en:ical aduj:#ratxon.
4FLAVOR--T~he *'tinctfve indi-
vij Sal ckazacte'ristic of any hewer-
age a r -tdlar to it alone as is Its
ortoWthe ro e. A delicious and
nounced hop aroma is the
higest s'taudird.

A. B. C.
to the ONLY beer that poeseosew all
of these efaentta qualifications.
Its purity is absolutely guaranteed
by its makers. It Is the (JLY beer
that can be so guaranteed. because
it 14 the ONLY beer bottled exclu-
sively at the brewery.
THE AMERICAN BREWING CO.
2T. LOWIS, U. S. A.
N. GOLDRING, Wholesale Dealer
PENSACOLA, FLA.


No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK. Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR Vice-President, JNO, P7EIFFER, Asst. Cashier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000


SIX
TO THE BOY OR GIRL


SEVEN


WHOSE NAME 18


EIGHT


NINE


DRAWN FROM THE CORRE CT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT,
SILVER DOLLAR.


TEN
THE JOURNAL WILL GIVE A


Henry L. Covington,
J. M. Pfelffer.
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank leilly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
F. F& Bra owner,
C. W. Lamar,
J. R. Saunders,


S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
0. E. Maura.
W. L. Cawtfion,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannak.
McKenzie Oertl'-g
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Cov!ngton.


FINE SOLDIERS ARE

THE PUZZLE ARMY


No.
No.
No.
No.
No.


6-Samuel Chase.
7-Richard Stoch on.
8-Thomas Stone.
9-Joseph Hewes.
10-Robert Treat Paine.


BONIFAY WINS

OVER MARIANNA


Correct Answers Ieceived.


Correct answers were recent


ved from


P the following girls and boys:
Th b nnded Last Week in paper, but mot ofT the'm on the puzzle Dessie Shackt ford city; Lillian
s n"Sp nue.. L.St. W... in pictures. Largue. city: Willard Smith Morrill,
S K a ik Herbert Wills writes from "Har;.- Miilview. Fla.; Elliott Barrow, care
GmlN uniibers and With Nil- a Center. way upi in th t arolina mounl Mark & Gayle; Manuel Johnson, city;
.B r tains," a letter that is a source ol Arthur Johnson, city; Valerian Bor-
MtYP rOmiptneSS. pride to TIe Journal because it ex- ras. city; Frances W. Hill. city; Flora
presses the confidence which many IAughton. Galt City, Fla.; Anna
o: thiem haxve shown right along, and Laughton. Galt City. Fla.; Lewis Mon-
BERTRAW DANNHEISSER THE whieh Mr. Mayes greatly appreciate. tanari, DeFunIak, Fla.; Mabel Jones.
IHere is what Herbert writes: E.- ambia Fla. Frank Montanari. De-
W4NNER OF THE SILVER DOL- A endid Letter. uniak, Fla.; Samuel Stewart. Bag-
WNNER THE SILVER DOL- endid Leer.ad. Fla. Addie Stewart. Baga.d,
LAR LARGE NUMBER OF Dear Mr. Mayes-As you forgot to Fla.: Goldle McEwen. Bagdad, Fla.;
Sput the "Puzzle Answer Coupon" in R. S-ewart. Bagdad. Fla.; Allan
HARING LETTERS fRECEIVED. this Journal I just know you will at-- )itmars. Bagiad, Fla.: Carey Stew.
c,-pt our answers on most any kin(' art. BagdaL. Fla.; Mac Hodckins.
ci paper this time. becau., you givt Milton, Fla.: i,ile Salter, Milton.
Bles the Pnzzlers. Neither king. the pictures for us to make OUT, an.! Fla.; Kitie Sa.ter,, Milton, Fla.; Ida
npire nor president in this World. offer the dollar prize as usual and Ir Mailory, c:t.; Stella Reinhardt, city;
ea boast finer soldiers than The ain't our fault. And I know y.:u like ,.ev llarrow. city; Annie B. Rich-
S boas fintbovs and girls and always treat tI aidso)n. Fr port, Fla.; Sophia Tang,
Journal's Puzzle Army. fair. I'm going to let my sister writs. Muscogee, Fla.; Norma Briggs, city;
Brtiht as new dollars, smart as hers on the pictures and I have mine ('hels;.' Hobar* Darrow, city; Jack
greasd lightning and up-to-date in 01' :hk back of this letter and I hope Roher's, "Arcadia Farms," Fla.: Frank
their duties they are as resourT-efu Iwll' get that hig old slippery dollar'Gentrv, Jr., Milton. Fla.; Jack Gentry,
the gat diplomnas who ha'e just, e come so near getting a chancer Mi:on. Fla.: Wil:lam Gentry. Milton.
ldter f aigp a, -o.o, nanv tiume! hut missed one. Fla.; Ruthe E. Gentry, Milton, Fla.;
between their coinrea And I think of that e"ery time w' Myrtle Jones. Escamb!a. Fla.; Mabel
Bertram Diannhisser of 21 W. Be! sing Almos is los" I am 13 an 1 Jones, Escambia, Fla.; Ruthella M.
wont. cit". is cntltod to the silver, 'si is II. Gonzalez. city; Zorrm Mahree Cole.
dollar. his list of answers being the1 No one rerets more than the Pz- Das. Ala.; Hiltia B. Iwis. ciy;,
st drawn from all the correct one. t : Herbt and hs s r Charles Chunn, city; George Green-
and ht can get it by caline for it &< g:'e "No 8 anomas .efferson." which woo,', city; Walter Gagnet, cit I
d he Jmcan e offic alin for it ,bars them from a chance at th, Sybil Smith. city; M. Leslie Boghich,
T he Jonrnal offc(r. .4. ily'.. IA 0.
The st le of ;he "Puzzle Answer dollar 'his time. I would have given city; Marjorie Smith, city; Llzz.e
COupon" had to be changed for last a11 concerned a special measure Ele.. city; Emma Day WVolfe. Milton
Sui 1Journa ndt n d l to a n any and sen- Fla.: Malvin S. Wolff. city;
the rush of "makinnd the prinforgot be a Puzzler. But, He-bert is tio PFannie Waggenjeilni. city; Lucy
the rus th o "making up.e for oth r a boy to be discouraged 1' Swaine. ciTv: Ed. Swaine, city; Millie
u hzzle "pium anserad of t wo an 'seven times sevent-' failures.: Swaine. ci'v: .*John Maloney. city:
weri" that has been uwed for several* Answers For September 3. Annet'o Malmney, city: Thomas ML-
peaks. No 1--Caesar Rodney. oiney. city: George E. Hoffman. city ,
But-nofting daunied--:h Puzzler.s o 2-William Hooper. Florence PIhe. city: Alvin Dannhere
knew that wa,- Th Journal's fau!t. No. 3-Wilaiam Whipple. str. c:t : 11 H M,-'Telian. Jr., city;
met theirs. so hey sent in :herr an- No 4-Lyman Hall. iJ)iis Witkovski, city; E'hel Monta-
awers anyway-some written on note No 5-John Hart i;ar, ID,-F'n:ak. Fla.: Bertram Dann-
hcisstr. c!'. R!hi l) Dinnhe:s,-er. c ty
A:'frel :-'adl s" s,'snd a nicely wril-
..... ' n ,', er hiut ives "No. 7 Arthtr
PUZZLE ANWE COidlen."
PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON .oIhn. El and Clara Frtnkel, send
-_..=__ L )1 -'t Pau f r!!NlN' wr nn: ';'' ,i-w r. but give
No "," W'n Par'a.
Answers Must Be Written on This Coupen Blan. No So n ,
Attention Will Be IPid Those Not Written on ItL No a ninni;, l~ 'es ta\e t),n rtcoivd
Exception to this Rule. tha onliv !i,-s, o "we' arc p' intd, tho
firs! l>tcuisr i, c,,' er's e. e ground
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-day are as follows: 'h-'. ,beca 'A.!n" i-t one .a
li :1 l bin.otpo impatient of
iNo. I ;h- Pl' uzvt, rs .anl ht, Puzzle Elitor
'r~isis n may -.t: win the prize.
DIar Mr. l ,,litor --'ou have cei-
M0. mainly ini -.i u- e'xra tri'a 'o* "h :
wvek. S'inilaN ()'. ; a :" ; ?)' Lr dld no
S(M'tn. Monia. '"IC re was no)
---- --- -- i 'upiI in it. Lur we .::' ;o work and
nT'. o: ,' ;: Th'e PUZZ:t' ;!s c" \ ,:' ('O : i
wr theo.a o0 a piea of papt
We.^an male!p' then to 'm. T'.e: ''e
rt-,lay morning '-r. cai, 'bt i '

in ::rit, an. i. a. r. -: f-, ; '.- s; !.!
v :.; :... -. ar." Your i ,ttle 1-" g
-. .." l],ZT,'".


No. 7

No.3


NI.9


RO.AD


$tout No.


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i': "-C
:t .-all!
revv cr. r!!ver 1': aan-i' the prnii


V. 1 '- .n is time for <
: :, wi:. :tha o,..l "dollar I have 3
k -: a. :ry it :.;h: r-i;.tlts seem .
frrn::; -s. Hp;):ng 1 \vi:i win that dol- 4
la: I will close. Alv.n D;aanheis.e.. 1
t'.>m.. c ,:im. younf man. Ever:,
:.ow a:.d then oi" give up, and eaci
time miss a chance. The eJitor wou:a
. ke to .-ee you get it, but-there are
others who "keep on trying," neves
miss a chance. You are just as likely|
to get it as anyone.


HOW VARNISH

iP erriinrn


Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
Four per cont. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


WM. H. KNOWLES. President.


1 THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashler.


W. K HYER. JR, V.-Pres. and Casu
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cahiter.


BALL GAME RESULTS IN SCORE I m L J nVu
OF ELEVEN TO EIGHT IN IS T
FAVOR HOLMES COUNTY A Petrified Gum, Found Mainly
TOWN.In New Zealand Like' N A TIiA .LH A f

Special to The Journal.
Marianna, Sept. 9.-The' ball game Coal. of Pensas ola, Fla.
played here between Marianna and
Bonifay resulted in a score of 11 to 8 Portland, Ore., Sppt. 9.-Did you
in favor of Bonifay. The batteries know that the founda-ion for goo1l
were: Marianna, Liddon and Davis; varnish is a peculiar gium, which is DIRECTORS& F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knowlce
Bonifay, Levins and Martin. dug out of the ground after the man
ner of coal, an l that this selfsame W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.
FEEL IMPENDING DOOM. gum is worth 120 pounds sterling
The feeling of impending doom in I (about $570) a ton in New Zealand,
the minds of many victims of Bright'l s where most of it comes from? Here rOREIG AND DOMESTIC EIXOANSE BOU11 H9T AND SOLD
disease and diabetes has been chang- is the story of the gum and the var-j
ed to thankfulness by the benefit ae-; nish. We draw our own Bills of Ex. Vessels disbursed upon the Met
rived from taking Foley's Kidne.- Many years ago. there grew in New change on Great Britain, Ireland. Favorable Terms, and their e*bl.
Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's Zealand vast forests of mighty Kaurl Germany, France Austria, Italy,
diabetes and even In the worst cases pine which attained a size of from Holland, Spain, elgum, Rusla, g atloesn3 taken Payable at Portof
gives comfort and relief. Slight dis- fourteen to sixteen feet in diameter. Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Destination Ten Oayq After Ve&
orders are cured in a few days. -I When the forest was in its prime. a other EuropeTn countries *el Arrives there.
had diabetes in its worst form," writes great upheaval hook the earth, and
Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I buried the pines under a maze of nd afety Depost Boxes For Rent in Connection ith which we
tried eight phsicians with relief. Only and slime. But the resinous juices Sety s oxS or ent, in onnecion i w ic w
three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure bubbled forth from the hark of t':.; have a Private Department for the use of Renters.
made me a well man." W. A. pine just the same as it does on the
D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe- pine trees and plum and cherry trees
cary. in this country. The big trees, w th Savings Depatment--Interest Paid on D
their excretions of gum. !ay for e:an
.-- -- turies buried in thie ground. until both posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.
I_ __ became petrified. Then some one di-4-
covered the gum and found that At wa L. .i.....
valuable,-ad anewi rId;ITrv W9


.L valuable, and a new industry wa.s
created.
In New Zealand now when a man is
reduced to poverty, he can always
make a Z!ving-. diging gunU. He take:;
.. ir n ., J :-- 1 i, dowvn into
the marsh until it strikes the gum.
:. ..,4 '. i. (;ti1n d n r n ii,!
pieces, but at the I,,wis and Clark
Exposition here i.s a ihunlk as larg
as a big waiermn'on a 'i shaped like
one. tha' wsilh- 111,s po, indV.
The New Zealin-r auni i. known n-
Kauri Copal Gum ndl is the chief
All resource of arnimi-h ta.ke-s. Tfle
highest prie,,t guim'. 1 ',N.1 '.
ft Zanzibar copal frnim Africa. I'eibl e
.- copal. whin is ful l i i.'nk< v,'.er--
inz in size from a sials ma hli'e io a
Sbastball, is Bra/:l ;Irf it 1e(. which
als] is u i in tl :i : ':t i[i 'liure of
SHvarnisa.
STOhe advantage which 'h-. copal tium
Your H om e has over oiier 1ris i, i'.:n manufac-
R n ( sc .o lr of varnish -, ;hat, i" mrel.', oly
R reflects at a ve-:y hon ig Tpn r. .'ir1i-
tuire dressed with it th:.s does no' b-
e I I -comne sf,'ky on ,varitn ,a.s. andt t.e
Your Breeding hcat or the tNi ot r.' afft.t It.
At *he Wester 'n \V(r:d'h s l.- a t:'.er,
q And nothing in the home-furnishings is a fine showing of thI( ,-ums f .run
emphasizes one's good taste as does the e varn.ih al,, and m nany p.-
1) e ha vs- ut'en i:I . I a : ng
:na, bric-a-brac and pottery that is dis- ah ,-:: it stil T; i '. T'o gumn exti;
r ived. ':1 iis ,:' in': res'tni
qC Thefac:oicsof Europedump on these rhin. <, e: it P. 'alace t t
ea wvc;r hundreds of thousands of st' ,' t "-i: ,i -\" and Va -
,e a char- ci Infl.; :: ., ,n "..,. -: s, "-.it.on.
,i.t !.at con' under the general char- ."_ n
a:ti7d tn of brc-a-brc atd art pottery. Pirating Fo!;' ioney and Tar
5ave the mark! F'., c- & .). ourinat.
There art irmany throuar.ds of merito.. H ',:.''*, a -at arrl ,uni .
u-i.su tidcs ,ent h-tre, too. And some n i .nof ,ex ', e-
C-(f a p ; AFole 'S ,P.-
.:c irt cheap. , ar inanv im:'a'on s are of
q We ar- p niait'-s in th c.l, b:insness. It ha :: t -. for Lt e n, s-uine. Tn" se wor'b-
cur whole ateonnon. a,'- expert.. That's why < -s im.ta:ions have. si:.iar soounlinz
I"u flltind the choicest thir:g.; herc always-1i. rames. Beware of htien. The gen
.'adingthe rr-itor;"us'diu--cha>p.' uin.e Foey'-. Honey an-i Tar i.s n a
4 You don't risk yN.,u re-.'i.tlca for good taste. ,.iow iad'aie. A.k f r .t ani r
tme no matter what ou : .iect. fuize any sv z.,t "'7;,,. It ;i the b'
remedy for coughs and c, ''. W. :
,q9 I.D A:ember'e, Drugu4st and Apjhecaryv


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SJ. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEFEE, Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-Presid&nt.
THE PEOPLE' BANK Of PENSACOLA.
Directors-L. J. Reeves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings.
* TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.




I A. Isf LAnM M 0
Wholele saod Retaltt Dealer to
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite O A
and Blarjcsmith
OffMce-No. 13 South Paiat2= street. Telephone ; 93.
L Yardin on Zarlgyosa and Gonzalez streets. Phone, 6.





CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying your

* Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.
SWe can save yo money on everything.


Saunders MINi Company


NOTICE. '
My of re hours for the present will
be from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. J. W. HIGGINS. Dentist,
Masonic Temple. --4


L. HILTON GRIEN. PasslDaIO. T.E WKLLES, VIlc-PaasIiDIXf.
IL. M. BusHauLL., Uasniz. MANbFisKL MORLNO. ATw. Casusas

Citizens National Bank,
of Penoeco a, Flr'iri.
Geo W Wright, Morriit eAr. T. R. Welles


Rix M. RoMasos. L. Hlltoao G
A -NEIRAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.


Offices
Factory


29 East Garden Street, Phone 717.
North Palafox Street. Phone U30.


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