The Pensacola journal
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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 14, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
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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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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Telegraphic News Servlce-=Foreln and Domestic--Furnished

by The Associated Press

T friWEATM: ar tur. JOUAL'S Want AdaT e
day d o r day; stto e t wi a ds. Jt wy read by nearly alt
i tt atwad h epe






ftft Fwbod aTW Of


gm& e,r "A Tiwmr mi T &u



Will See that Wm. S. Albers, Under Ar-
rest In Nicaragua, Is Given
Fair Trial There.
By Associated Pri. IThe officials of the state and navy
Washington, Sept. 1.-After a con.I departments decline to make any
saitaion between the state and the stAtement whatever on the subject
nay department it has been decided st now, but it is known to have re-
DaVy department it has been decided1 eieved serious attention, and the lack
that a warsbip shall be sent to one of information of the exact nature of
of the Costa Rican ports to convey the offense charged against Albers and
American Minister Merry northward the possibility of his not receiving at
to the nearest point on the coast of! fair trial have caused an effort to bh
Iar4 rlia our oUnnduran tn tha A ^ ^. ,., ^^n -a_ in . _.1 .t -


Treasurer of Mutual Life Says
They area Necessity in Modem



Wm. R.

Leib Charged

President's Order and With Creat-
ing Public Scandal.

Have Patiencc, Sammy.



No New Cases, No Deaths, and
Only 13 Persons Now Under

BBusiness ethndfs. By Associated Press. I The charges are: First, that M'r. Tatment
'Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 13.-Charges. Leib violated the order of President I
against WilliaA R. Leib, assistant Roosevelt prohibiting federal once
United States treasurer, have been for holders from taking part in politics;
ALL ARE PARTNERS warded to Prest nt Rooseveltb It and, second, that Mr. Leb had cret- V RY ENCOURAGING
I was reported today that Mr. Leib's ed a public scandal by his activity In V R *LW I
resignation had been demanded by political matters in Schulykill county.
FREDERICK CROMWELL TELLS the president, but this is incorrect. It is alleged that Mr. Leib has been
FREDERICK CROMWELL TELLS The charges against Mr. Leib are collecting money from as many asjl t imma DIM Dk-L

J where William S. lbers an American prisoner. INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE made by the civil service association thirty subordinates In the treasury e-SI tuaUII monU
O$1itpsen, and his brother are confined. The gunboat Princeton is now at WHAT HE THINKS ABOUT THE othe Sculykill county republican oo- campaign cntributi The charges 8
pending a trial on the charge of re- Panama, the nearest warship to Oc mittee are dented by Mr. Leb.
sisting a legal process and of insult- tal, in the providence of Segovia, NECESSITY FOR FPNWNCIALed by Mr.
pyNCau ARE TURNING P iag the president of Nicaragua. where Albers is imprisoned. SYNDICATE. AND STATES THE DR. PORTER SAYS FE

--- -lu TnAITI a ITTM n r Ny l T OELY AND T
By Associated Press H NOWB N TED BY
# O4= O0 U1TO--4EA 5. HOW New York, Sept. 13.-A tigrous de- W4 ETE N T
i fease of syndicates anal their opera-
_______ _ VERY MILO. AND ftions in connection with the insurance -
business and a frank statement of his
CAN ENTER AND CHINESE IN Epersonal prot.s gained through their
" gy A....* P 111 operations was made by Frederick
-- -.-...---'---Cromwell, treasurer of tWe Mutual A --marytthe
Life Insurance Co., and wAs the fea. l AUtCEon up to laDt
S N"rW Otas. Sept. 13.-The lJ D ll AM ture of todRay's session of the special follows:
port of the fever situation at U ERI legislative committee appointed to New cases, nne;
0 p. m. today was as follows: r, obe into the methods of the life In- S lh u, noe. totl
New eases, 43; total to date surance companies in this state. Sets Forth Terms Governing Forces Dr. Porter Yesterday Met Surgeon cse
2,413. I na tgn Whate i e fachiis amul Shwlg Mr. Cromwell's Defense.
S m. pti Whatever in the Placards are Circulated Shownge syndicate s Mr in the Field Until Peace Treaty Banks and Suitable Place a t .
e uer troa.ent Business, Says Saunders Chinese Idea of the Situation omdnwe said part: law o Shall Be Ratified. Was Fonnd.
S-nes -c-icaa-w. 177. A8. 7 well as everything else has made syn-
S-- ---- --. In this Country. dictates necessary. When I became A decided impovemn-
.. -- 2 .. ..- I treasurer of the Mutual ILfa, the total By' Asoclated Pres.
There no Interruption in the a reassets of the company were onthe hun London, Spt. 13.-The protocol of The site of the camp for retees low fever situation in P
t tIng business whao teverruption s n tate- By Associated Press. drsets of the company were one hun- the armistice betven Japanand trus- from Pensacola was selected yester- noticeable yesterday. R
New Orleans, Sept.. 13--While the n ent comes from Saunders &Co., Washington, Sept 13.-The depart- actions in m departmentt renow over sla conisits of six paragraphs, fixing day, when Dr Porter, state heth f-tbe State Board of Hee
mont of commerce and labor has re-!a hundred nilion do iars ir annum. ,the zone of demarkation between the ficer of Florida, met Surgeon Banks,
bet t1tt today there was again a large which firm has a large number of ves- f dlb h a hundred nullion donars r ann in T huia a well as fthe Mi H it ice and ters durng last night h
mbret tof a e of ylow feer welh In the lashing trate. In a ct th eved from a United States consul i "uhen our receipts were s twen two armies in Mnchurl a as well as together, accompanied by Sper, and ten s during last night sh
ne w cas les cc yellow fever es in the ushing tim. InI 1nact the China a copy of placards that haveI.ty^hree year ago) It was o ite possi- .. in the Tumen region; providing tht' together, accompanied hy Superlnten- cases and no deaths. T1
it giv the authorities serious vessels can enter anddepartas t been distributed in various provinces b fo tobu bo d s the naval forces of one of the belig dent Saltarsh of the N., an doubtful es showed a
r ae, ad o e qn ha s ru to stimulate the boycott against Amer-: ay successive profits, ts events shall not bombar territory be- Drs wynn, and Messrs. Hnman an of the cases unr urel
t working no hrdships upon bngoods. impossbleto vn- going to or occupied by the otDe- Hause o Century, visited a number
It reams for the sudden jump In either of the firms or the men. tn s absolutely impossible to ba advan- lonngto or occuped the oe of places, nally deciding upon a sut two or three y
iw mas wthin the past four o five Of course the regulations require The placards are about four by oneI tageously large blocks tef taWUties ex. and setting forth that rraratime cap- of places, finally deciding upon a ruo- put two or three day
d am beeniet aue rof u t the name of the vessel a i crew and one-half feet and are covered with cept as they are floated by coml tares will not be suspended during able lodetentionfor the detentonwhch wllmpbe proceed as feves of
.h e ethatt nedof the vssel an crude drawings showing American tberpombyeOTe edetenttioearmistice.Thc ilb a result the state i
agncatio, and considerable disp tered and rport mde when g me can of capitalknow the i Srgeon Dr Porter, and his as
they a@gan reach port. Wlth tlils ex- a as F4 0lUb016,a Cndasee and hangtnr a awet dBanks, of the Marhe Hopttl r ,
peement on the part of the public ception there -are no regulations what. them by the queques. Underneath themh to ge dri" "ue it&-%e r lare accumulation wll b t d t a pot betw greatly e e ,
JIUe disappointment comes largely eqer regarding the departure of the the picture is the statement: "This isiget them in sufficient seles at t of funds." Century' tl R lpdagglWbout-two 1
the fact that an ncras s vessels the way Chinese are treated in the ground floor' price.miles sou
t ny c is statement was made In an at United States.- The consul, whoseI "We could not make our invesnmets Personal rofits, miles south oaf Century There the el s t
bond to have a discouraging effect teoon paper that vessels weretl name is withheld, wrote that the de-is without syndicates, and we are part- An acknowledgement of personal the erection of the numerous nt, feer wi g
elawhere and therefore prolong the ex- up. but Saunders & Co., emphatically apartment viceroy of his province is ners in every syndicate into which we profits was made In a tabila'ed state- and also a good supply of water.
IsteMe of quarantines, deny this and say that two of their doing all he can to prevent the dia go. I ask you, Mr. Hughes and this ment which was presented ro the coin- ll of the equipment has arrived at tions as ft did during the
Varus reasons for the increase are smacks were fitted out Wednesday and tributlon of the offensive placards an committee, to consider that we now mittee. It showed that Mr. Cromwell that point, and it includes tents for CasesDiacharg
Various reasons or the ncri e are will proceed' to ena at once. has offered large rewards for the have four hundred fifty millions in had made a personal profit of $26.371 the acc modation of refugees, cook-
uggested. among them being that the The onlinconvenience uferedsnames of the persons responsible. He assets, and while we have one hun from syndicate operations during the ng utensil beds and a hospital tent Durng eterday three
ph.vsicians are now turning in cases the taking off of the night train, on adds that in spite of the campaign dred million dollars *Arested in bonds last five years in which he individual, with all appliances and medicines for discharged, having recover
Sthe slighlest pretext owing to the which a large portion of the shipments Conducted by the anti-foreign extrem- and mortgages we are constantly undet ly and with the Mutual Life Insur the proper treatment of any person dseae, and they are n
ample recently made of one of their were made north, but under an at is ls, the boycott is waning. the necessity of finding additional in- ance Co., had participat.l. who may betaken ill. seet and attending
rmiser. but the federal ausntritgie are r"ngment made, car loads of fsh are Surgeon Banks s-ated to Dr. Porter
umerut te federal au rt. artaken out each night on the freight that it would probably be Sunday or sees.
Inclined to the belief that the increns and transferred at Montgomery. Monday before the camp would be Thih shows the number
h la caused by the rapid multiplication After Towbots. ready to receive refugees, as there la charged since the outbr
ot stepomyia in the month of Septem- While patrolling the bhattrbor Leut. much work to be done In arrangtnU in Penacoa to be sev
ter, and that over confidence has dull- Alexander. commander ot the cutter I everything so that those who go there
ed the teal of the housebol:-rs In Penrose. Is also after the steamers of can be made comfortable, leaves only thirteen c
Chtttog mosquitoes. the port. to see that the marine regu Dr. Porter and Superintendent treatment.
However the death rate is dcrea- nations are properly obred. He i Saltmarsh returned to the city early Of course the day b
Iag and it is considered prohabl4 that making an inspection of towboats,. and in the afternoon, having made the the usual number of dou
the disease henceforth w!ll bp so mild yesterday. It was stated, found one tug trip on a special train furnished by
rs to carry with it little danger. that hardly complied with any of these the Louisville and Nashville. picous cases, but many
regulations. At least it to charged that John Humphreys. who was one of likely to prove fevers
Complain of Quarantine the vessel violated eight different te ellow fever patients, has recov- types, and will later be pr
Huntsville. Sept. 13.--Huntsville laws in equipment. Other vessels ered, and the physicians have dri- although some new casee
passengers coming from points out'n wil be inspected while the Penrose is charged him. fever may develop among
ot Birmingham have begun to cmplai on this duty.
of the treatment accorded them hy the A Big improvemi
quarantine officers of Decatur. The' SHOL FDA ONt f LlD rI DlI TS -Twr is a decided irn
say that health cprtificates issued a.t ,l" s rO,
Birmingam havp not been hon-ro I tuaton said Dr.
Sand a man ge!ng on B han THE DECREASE OD A DI C nht. "A rber of the
is not allowed to gT off a: Dcat ur were noted as suspicious
Several persons cam:n- to Hmnsvt! tl be lcaes of other types
heve had to c-imin a roundabiut way O be ae o erts
or go to AtO-qR ani take a private, ONLY FIFTEEN NEW CASES ANC TATE UNIVERSITY WILL OPE we have new reports of
conveyance through the cun:tr. FOUR DEATHS OCCURRED ). SEPTEMBER 27, AND FACULTY ch tr, which w'l
YESTERDAY. J- IS NOW GETTiNG THINGS "No, I cannot say that
BASEBALL IN READINESS. under control," repllea~'
p ecial to The Journal. answer to a q-ermo "for
September 13Berlin. Sept. 13--The official bulletin that ", cannot tell w
issued today announces that fif:Pon l aksonv-il l Tincs-'uiou says: vrlop later. hut at preset

vB Asociated Pres.

Southern League.
MIfalweport 4, At:anta .7,
Montgomery 6: .1:::e RKock
Montgomery 4, Lit'Ti Rock
end Igae )
Nasltville 7. Memphis 4.
Birmingham 3. New Orleans
American League.
New York 6 Wash:ngton L
Philade!phia I. Bos:,n u.
Chicago 7. I :':.: 2.
Detrol: 2. Cie.vn.a .
National Lcague.
TInx)k:yn 4 N,vw Y rk :.'
B)Bs on 3. l'ilaia pl l; .'

South Atlantic League.
Jacksonville S Ma. on
Columbia 1. Cha- i< .s*orn '

4. (first


new cs ot ca i e o o a Wuur eatns oc.-
curred between noon yesterday and
Leon today.
Gadsden. Sept. 1a.-R. A. Mitchell
and associates filed late this after-
noon an injunction in which they have
asked the chancery court to enjoin
the city of Gadsden from issuing a.nr
selling :he $!00.000 water bonds vo:o,1
at tht- election in July.
This injunction is asked on the
ground among others that the a't
under which the bond election was
held is unconst:tu-:onal in that th.e
sime wa.s not signed by the president
(if the sena:e as required by law.
O:her constnittional defects are point-
e out. This action probably stops
the .aie of bonds and adds further
complications to the water works

{Savannah 9. Auzus. a i a PF'orfei ) [muddle.

Baron Kumora, Japanese Peace

Envoy, Has Typhoid Fever

By Associated Prers. with typhoid fevor, although the con-
wNw York. Sep t 13.-Baron K-mn: :-hlin= physicians would not unite o(
ra, the Japanese peace envoy, w' 's point, was said to be in a sat-.
was reported today to be suffer: factory condition toniht.

uuw r. Hj

a PfOoGNee

fewer k- *
ght is as
tot to o
to datM, 7
solt, 12; *

St in the yel-
4M ola Was
sports sent to
Ith headquar-
owed no new
he number of
decrease, aev.
lance tor the
having been
other types.
health officer,
assistants are
the outlook
been for sev-
re eat-.i6A
t thought the
such propor-
past week.
patients were
red from the
ow again o00
to their busi*
of cases dis-
eak of foeve
renteen, and
cases =der
,ught fourth
btful or *sus
of these are
of different
onounMed 9o,
of ylMow
roveneft to
Porter %t
caRes which
have prove
Of course
asMe of this
be watched
the ferer is
r. .Porter tn
the reaeout
hat may de
ntt it is im.

W ~ ti PT, pi flflc- (4 Of ti3 ,prnverl. 1The ta thtiat fr. f'uT
y: 'Th 'zoH. whac will)pi: rrculated albcmt.the cit for swr-
'ho ;mhr2. at In' h inrxca* (ral days wt%'.hi: the fever tray caAM~
Share 1wrinv rght ftur a TIrt,., c-!7 rs to cx-n~rn. ::It cannot be toid
>ucr'r-M!t~l r1.how many rrij:19sma'- havP e
D:' S:( 1 sal~I toa, ieof omeInfectt~by stinging him, or b"~
tue l'n's-Ini~ e'~ rda I~a L Ir.iran,. y Isi ssMay deie!rop from. thi
nsnr-ri ~ :r~ .a lrcccm
hin-fr'i jal .* Kr, *.i f heSt .+ an,, 'irP.T miv lto-two woekg bftore
ta'vi a, n iane r (-. "r in 7 i (-M thes. c,-;( -A evs-lop, so I cannot may
'w-:, ~' ob larz*-, than !t W3 AaItl-m rwt- has'- ir under control at the
-r. 11, Ia-8te-s ,hat Szu~h ~ bais : n'ron.
to sen4 a -r!atrman.-of hor-r ;ming
Cfl~~~~~~ O ac 'irsrhi e -Everyone Hopeful.
11,:ether parts )of thr S-atc' are to A n)ceh'"-ffi air wasq notloembs
wI-T rept(~-cflwIl at the school.renhu "tr*Cy ets.
A!',tht. ~~ esare zettin CAVread3d"
g- r i r e a 3 r l- h ai-d e e
-4ril year. n flPage Three.)

Florida Mant Shoots Himself

By Associated Press. 'shot gun. He thnn ran into the varj
Tanmpa. i-a. Sep:. 13.-A Trifuune and emptied '. e 'h'-r barrel :nt@blh
-pe'ial from Tarpon Springs says self.
:hat G. E. Paul. a well known contract. Paul was instant':. killed Mrs.
-"r. walked in () tthe boarding house PS"'! !; i on : a n ".-'. N
;f H.:'-am PPen tn a: 2::i a- his .v:fe -au.se for sht'!:: is known,
tam., to me~,- him at t;,. dining table though it is F.tar .,I tha' Paul had beea
he shut her down with a double barreli drinking for s-veral week.


With Violating


and Wife With Shot Gun


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4 -. ,

- - - - - - - - - -

A Mind R eads..
1 say, J.a, I
suppose you don't
want to lend me a
,You ought to
set up as a clair-
voyant, Tom. The
way you reed an-
otber's mind is
pimply nArvel-

Hence the Tewm
Clarence Why
do you ay the
wedding was ps-
the bride was red.
the groom, was
white, and her fa-
ther. who ad al
the bilip to pay.
was blu&



111& 1

"But aws why do you say you don't like my faoT*"
"Ah, but that's not a pwoper answer. There's no reason in that."
"Well, there's none in your face cither."




Jl r-

"He seems to be absentminded."
"Awfully. He hasn't enough memory to forget things.,

DIPatory Lover-My income is sma,'.
nd ijrha'," i: is c'r'i. of me to taL,l
t. u f:-im your fatlh roof.
The Gir!-'-ut I don't live on the roof.

"It's strange that a strong man like
yo(u an.it get world. "
"W't-;l. ;na'.i n. porile want references
from mr i.,st employer, an' he's been
dead twtn'y years."


~.., J**
'..'. '~\
'- ~';S\'~~



The Bird-And did your mother not
tell you that the birds eat the early
The Worm-Oh. no, sir.
The Bird-Well, I am sorry, but you
really can't blame me for omissions on
the part of your parents.




"Don't you dislike the smell of gaso- "*What Is a snob?"
lhe that goes with an automobile?" "He is a man in good society who
"Not so much as the smell of arnica lives in perpetual fear lest he shall run
at goes with it." against. somebody who knows him."

Ready to Nego-
Her Father-
You have been
paying attentions
to my daughter.
You haven't pro-
posed yet?
His Lordship -
Not yet, sir.
Her Father-
Now, let us come
right down to
business. What
will you take not
to propose?

Fatuosity For the
Miss Prim-It's
a shame the way
Mrs. Rounder's
husband neglects
Miss Gay But
think of the good
times it permits
her to have!

Proof of His De-
Sh e-Do you
really love me?
He-Darling, if I
did not do you
suppose I should
have spoiled the
creases In these

Strictly Profes-
"Did those cho-
rus girls kiss and
make up?"
"No. They make
up first."


"What a wonderful money saving device the telephone is&"
"Yes; for people who borrow the use of it."

Would Like Some.
She What do
you fird in that
stupid old paper
to keep you so
He-I was just
looking at the
money market.
She-Oh, do they
have a money
market? Are there
ever any bar-

Choice of Letters.
"I think I shall
adopt letters as a
profession," ob-
served the party
with the bulging
"Typewriting or
sign painting?" in-
quired the sardon-
ic person.

Too Late.
He-Your father
ought to know
what I have to say
to him, I have
been coming here
so long.
She-I'm afraid
he has given up
all hope.

A Quiet Game.
"Smoke up, old
man. smoke up':"
"Why, the room
is blue now!"
"Exactly. No
danger of wifey
coming in if we
can keep it blue."


Brown-I actually believe, my dear,
that you think more of my dog than
you do of me. A
Mrs. Brown-rd like to know why
you think so.
Brown-Well, you never allow him to
eat anything you cook.

Ethel-Did Will seem to be nem-
when he proposed to you?
Frances-I don't know. The SJtog
had let the steam go dowa, and I cold
not tell whether he was nervee Sr
merely shivering because it had "g

*ere Substantial.
Fred-What did
you thron u~ your
situation for ?
Earle I'm go.
lMg to be married
Fred-How wUll
you live-on love?
Earle Oh. no.
We are going to
live on my love's
father. See?

Turned Down.
The Masher-
Pardon me, but
you look like a
young lady I know.
Miss Cliv r-.
Pardon mr. but
you look :ke a
man 1 doi't know.


An I mUig-iwWe

odim wtdw, the
go" a" gMt a -

ly lawenimo.
mm wmWags-Ob,
othamt'mhfng. mehI
Is try" s nm p
mc busam.twa

FiMstBear -
G&W a man abta
mnfute age.
Second Dear
What for? -
"ir"st eazs- ,,



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who will apprecIate what we
are trying to do-that is, sup-
ply clothing to suit the individ-
ual tastes oC individual men.
Our clothing is not made to
suit the crowd but to suit indi-
viduals of the crowd.

na miamm assa rar


insisna m uumun

- EIR : 1I1 M il IThr il I
There Will be Less SleeplessnesA
PANAMA MAll lt ,,.. ;HAlMINi; ULU
When Pensacola People Learn This.
Can't rest at night wi'h a bad back, T I
A lame, a weak or an aching one.
Doan's Kidney Pills are tor bad
will mUU I I backs.
They cure every form ot kidney ills.
SFrom common backache to diabetes.
S1 1 They are endorsed by Pensacola
S, ole Atlanta Constitution Correspon-
108 South Florida Blanca street. says: dent Tells of Its Numerous
S1 am enjoying better health than I
have had for months, and I attribute *
INext Session of Congress Will it to Doan's Kidney Pills. For more Attractions.
e session o ongrss than two yeart I had difficulty with;
try kidneys, causing me to get up sev-
Have Little Ito Do Excp on eral times during the night and which i E. L. Parker, in the Atlanta Consti-
t was very annoying. I tried a number tuition, devotes more than a page of
8 1Canal Graft question, of remedies, but seemed to ge t no re- rouc
l!ef. When I saw Doan's Kidney- Pills that paper in telling of the resource
advertised I was feeling dull and mis- of Southwest Georgia and Middle
Washington, Sept..13.--I the opin- erable and could hardly get around son Florida and of the probable results ot
ion of Representative James Hay of I went to Si dney Kahn's drug store, the new railroad to be built from Apa-
Virginia, chairman of the democratic cured a box. After using the first one lachicola to Atlanta. In tnis article
caucus on the House and a prominent I felt a great deal better in every, he tells of Tallahassee, and among
member of the committee on military! way and by the time I had finished other things says:
affairs, there will be L lively row in the second box I was cured. My rest "One of the cities of this section
Conress, g ther wg ssie own was not disturbed nights and the dull
Congress during the oming session miserable feeling vanished." that never fails to interest new comers,
over matters relating to the Panama For sale by all dealers. Price 50 is Tallahassee, the capitol of Florida.
canal. Mr. Hay says nothing will be cents. Foster-Milburu Co., Buffalo, and in ante bellum days the most aris-
done with the tariff or with railway N. Y., sole agents for the United tocratic town in all the 'Land of





Come s~e what we have to rate legislation. He thinks there wil s. Flowers,' it aristocracy means the
show you. be neither a public building nor a --- best people, as it most surely did for-
rivers and harbors bill on .account of 4 040 00@0*0 0 050 0 g merely. It is tokay an aristocratic corn
the deficit in the tr'su'y which will munity, for It is here that the latcn
c e e p ar' (Extract from Revised Stat- ,
cause tch republicans to presoh re. ute# of Florid. t string hangs on the outside of the door
trenchment from the start. Sec. 766.-PENALTY FOR and all the people give you the come-
Depa rtment Graft. SPREADING F A L S E RE- back handshake and leave you more
iii U BWi '1h p rir of -; *PORTS OF DISEASE.-Any impressed than ever with the feel; .
SThe presence of graft in so many person or persons who shall or general belief that man was made i
C. C. Gi-m- T Aretspe*ger of the government departments wll;* falsely Or maliciously dissemi- for a social being, and not entirely
> .bring forth an effort from 11 quartere# nate or spread rumors or re- for machine duty.
for investigations." said Mr. Hay to.' ports concerning the existence # What the Name Suggests.
night. "But what will come of t all of any infectious or contagious "The very name of Ta!lahasse' sng-
SX. WHITE- i mnore than I can predict at this disease, shall be guilty of a gests to the initiated ihe rt-einmn; '
more tha I can p predict this misdemeanor, and upon convic- and culture that have charac prized
S. r time. tion therefore, shall be punish- the community through its en:.re til.
S8 alg Oala. 'It is a oertS. ty, however, that a ed as provided by Section 765." tory. The city has cicrishel the
S P a m"S big row wil be raised over the canal 65. Shall be fined in traditions of Southern hospital, an,! piteat Photograph of MISS VA LEWIS
_ __ _^ questiono. Maty people throughout the a sum not less than $100 nor is equally as famous for its dbllght:! a572 Hamilton Avenue, Chicao
couarty would like to know how all the oned in the county jail for not charm
TERSELY TOLD. money as been spent and some part less than three nor more than "The capitol of Florida is delighl-
,. Tr cnt quemstsomwill be asked by th ix months."fully situated in the glorious hill conn-. IMPROV[ MMN
,democrats. Of course with the over._ try of North Florida. In all the south
SM u ope r at thewheiming majority the republican ...there is probably no more attractive I PS C LA
Nesi o nwohrs. peen1or orhave there is little hopeo o region. Its, hills are covered with IN PENSACOLA
Wester Union, who has been 11 for hav there is little hope of onga -- -forests of pine, magnolia and oak,
evra d7.a Ihas mourned to his du- son1 aIvestatlon of the ca"a corn CARY V/IL f and with orchards of peaches and (Continued from First Page.)
v m at the office. I mission operations. The lght will pears. Between these hills n \e--e
IL 8. Roundnt e and family have come when the administration ask 4or' .~ lakes of exquisite beauty, tempered ,ped within two days cause many to
A e ftram No. 116 Coyle street to authoriy to issue cana4 bonds. We --1 in the warmer weather by cool breezes ,.i'eve that the physicians a.I or many
the nMr of Nath avenue and Six- may n be ble to o me Special to The Journal. from the gulf. From the circle o: ,l'is of hard work had at ~a:, gotten
teeth street. n lme Caryville. Sept 13.-Carvvllle ottit hills on which the city Is most pictur- the fever un 'cr control l ihat it
of ftie things we want to know. maintains its usual equilibrium. The esquely situated can he enjoyed pano v-ould not le long before it vold be
WalKr Bu.h" rYa. who accom- "Then we will have a chance at citizens are not seriously alarmed' a' ramic views in the surrounding coun- (omIl)ltely stamped out. Those who
pa*Aled lt Beatriea Boyle, of Ghea tlte department of agriculture and the the yellow fev r situation in Pensatr In addition to its beauty, thi wre frightened several da.s sinc-
v.&. Aito Atit oGa, I orer t~at gve nt printing oAwee. There is cola, and New Orleans. Having such region Is equally noted for its health- lave regained their compos- re. an"
e igt r o re pr oe There licit odence in the heath au ulness. r.:any who intended having '. e city
Utessaeola. graft of the worst sort tn both places thorities In charge of the Infected dis Florida Female College. will remain. As a cornsonanceii, th
-ar t deletwts we before A good airing woula' hbe very helpf'rl." tricts. There has been no quarantine "Among all the towns o Floi enton cap at n will not
aMrd zLBaney inU be municipal court Asked what would be, done abwut !at this plaoe as yet. The enforcement there is none more charming or bcttf-r 'ave as many persons whtn it opens
ysater&y trial. Of this number the deficit in the treasury Mr. Hay of rigid laws as now in force by the adapted for the location of female co,. as was at first expected.
wo weresaid: "It is hard to tell what board of health and railroad author t leges than Tallahassee, and the leg One Serious Case.
S nt were diet large three d: It io tell what eties protects our locality from impose, islature made no mistake in selecting About the only serious ease in the
I sn a Ie o ad snes moantund to done. The tariff g rt be revised. bu- tCon. This vicinity is unusually this city for seat of the State Female city it that of Mr. Brooks, at the Park
$21 apsead to my mind there is little chance for healthy this yoar. There seems to b.- College. The excellent supply of pure Hotel. He was taken with the fevor
Stariff revision at the hands of the re few cases of bilious or malarial fever. water here, the highly moral status several (days since, and hs nev
Tallahassee Capital: Hon. J. N. licans The leaders do nt wnt None em to be fatalof the community and the unexeelled showed any improvement. Y. steriay
Coombs. the wealthy banker and lum- licans. The lEvaders do not want It everything in the line of business isi climate, in which parents and pupils he was taken with black vomit and
N berman of A'palachicola and Carra- and they seem to think they can sue- moving in the usual way. The big mill from the north may escape the rigo's later with convulsions. After treat-
belie. waE a prominent visitor at hie (sRGully hold In chock those member, is running on full time, the new rail- of the northern winter, appealed nment the showed an Improvement. but
capital Saturday. Mr. Coombs came of the party who would like to see a road of the Geo. E. Wood Lumber Co.. strongly in Tallahaesee'i favor whon late last night he again 'began to sink
to prote uagainyt the landiCng of the i ttle reiio h eou ublcans art is still being pushed northward from the 1905 session of the legislature de.- and physicians were summoned
Tarpon at Apalachioe la and Carraof the little risi. he republicans ar Wesiville in the direction of Darling- cided to abolish all the higher iusti- With this exception all other patient',
betalking of cutting down expenses button. tutions of learning and establish in are doing nicely, and there is hardly
how they will do it I cannot sae. The farmers have made unusually lieu thereof the Florida Female C.I- any doubt of their recovery.
Everyone should rea" the article "There will be no rate legislation fine crops. There is likely o10 be a lege and the State University, and the
wilich The Journal has been running hasbeen surgeAted that the ral large number of ogs fattened since capitol city won. The latter, for men,
tor the past three days relative to the rl h b r- the corn Crop is so unusually heavy. is located at Gainesville, and is head-
*stethod of infection in yellow fever roads may help the democrats a little In fact there seems to be general pros ed by Prof. Sledd, formerly of Emory | i| oIU 1lJL
raue the duties of the trained nurse in the matter of inquirN into the cana. perity in the entire county of Wash College. The Florida Female Colle.. .
Streating ve The iormation oon- affairs on account of their opposition ing this year. Is presided over by President Albert
tstaed therein is something that every- to the canal. but I do not think their While we sympathize with our ac- A. Murphree, former.v president ot
one ought to knoiw. influence would count in that case. It quaintances and friends who are shut the Florida State CoOlege. One of th"
Snt t White' has received will 'e a matter of prt ri i UP I in saeola and who are sorely af members of President Murphree's fac.! GET THE BOOK
n White's. has r edwill be matter o party pride w flicted with the ead score ulty is Miss Maaline Kpp, formeryOF PENSACOL DRGGISTS FREE.
t'a gt.r from a trio ompsen and o Jll thin repuha cans to stand up for y-n ytow fever, we have an abiding fault director of music and teacher of'
31owat, Bhoale Greetbut and llie thing that goes on in panama and in the good work of Dr Porter and th(, piano in Lucy Cobb, Atens, Ga., foi A Woman's Paradipse.
Rher%. who are now "summering" a: eten the railroad influences could o1t ,other physicians, and trust. hoping ten years.
Sa re hae you in wet o he de- cmplhsh anything in that direct 'tat the dise in all its phase will "'The campus of the F'orida Feiale Mnnxwoian declare that the Isle of
scribe (be deligis of life up theme t.n.- 'be wiped out long before frost. College is ituate 1 ona hl 1m an is in soe w ways a woman's parn- W 1
In whk fresh miSlk, yard eggs, coun- Mr. Hay will not be a candidate fob wiped out ,ng before frost. College is situated on a hill in c dise, where at any rate she is more fa-
try butter, plenty of fish and fr-ee e:.ction as chairman of the democrat- western suburbs of Tallahassee. The red by the law than n an ofier
2o! from the stegomyla all play a ic cacs. It is though that .this po TALLAHA EE TOPICSdes and ummit of the ill are bea part of te king's d nian Among
pro th t t e n will Tego to a Representativ Tallahassee Sept. 13.Arrange-ine and oaks,n the midst of whc otherprivileges she enjoys a vote for
acoblamthe 7v t Flic on the night Htnry ol Texas. thTallahae college buildings ar e situated. Al the Manx house of keys anll this
dments are being male to erect a $2,- broad avenue, lined 'wth nmaJs:.Jc whether she Is a with)w or spinster.
d n of the seem to be in any Cause of Insomnia. 000 building for on Academy, which oah c er er
burrv to rome back 1see hizh school Si lf
hurry. to come brack Indigestion nearly always disturbs is the Tallahassee hirh school. Sine,, oaks form' the approah from the owner, occupier or ewe lodger. Every
through the sleep more or less al is tenbthe passage of The BDckhana bill four center of the city to the main entrance0 widow enjoys ,half of her hushban ,t',
No one who has not b through the leep more or lo and is often grades have been added to tho hig to the campus. No n-r beautiful personal estate, quite regardless of her
the detculties and dicaun apprestin have beea oermanently cured b: school for the accommodation of the or more healthful situation than thi late husband's wishes and "will," T
the difculties and diadvantapre un ha ben a cured bY Tallahassee students that fOrmerly could be desired or founi in this e.,-' while the husband cannot even deal
er which a dab.y newspaper ike The Tablets. ror sale bt all d Liver attended the p-oparatory classes of tjre region of country. To the so'th with his own property without first ob-
Journal ors in suchat m as this blet or le b dr s. the Florida College. A kinder-arden and west of the campus stretches a taluing his wife's written consent 0t
its reaars Wi h a ort force T. A. JENNINGS HAS department ha., ilso been added, an panorama of green-c'a hills at I the t i
OFFICE AT DFUNIAK a larger building has becMEabsolute sparkling lakes-a view in itself res- thM.Mtnc'on.
t nearly every de;partmi. with a OFFICE AT DeFUNIAK' neare h becme absolute ful t thc eye and in'p)ring to the athw r.
-tItfedn un friAn election was recently held spirit. No s t ha a moreflow-
ffcesm in another pOion ,of the city T. A. Jennings. formerly of tY make Tallahas see a sub-school dt No r;et a t ht flow-
with d ily fumigaio-n and othe city. now director of the J. P. We:- and authorized levy of ar dediate.l to him in the tiiorl ctlen-
prerautions which it takls" for pre liama Naval Stores company, whose tax for school purposee. The trustees STRONGER THAN MEAT. dar t an St. Matthew. This is the pa ;
Drrtng fth health of its men headquarters have bean in Pensacola elected were Chas. A. Cay. O orge 11.1 sion flowerT. It Is thought to have em-
and with a rapidly growing has removed his office to DeFuniak Perkins and Dr. W. L. Moor. A Judge's Opinion of Grape-Nuts, blems of the crucifixion, and to these it
sabcrnptitm i!t? in which There arl Springs. on account of the fever inj The new school building will oc- A gentleman who -h-as acquired a ju- owes the name given to it by its Span-
almo*' innurmerable dafly changes of Pensacola. Mr. Jennings was absent cupy a block frontPhe on McCartv dicial turn of mind from experience ish discoverers in America. The im-
a&di.ses and deliavrv-w'ih al of when the disease appeared All the street. and will be a laree, handsome onr the bench out in the Sunflower aginary resemblance of the corona to
th.se things to contend with- Th navai stores companies doinn business building. State, writes a carefully considered the crown of thorns is the basis of the
Journal has a part of "het -me beer.. .n We*t Florida are suffering severe-, Governor Broward, Mrs. Broward opinion as to the value of Grape-Nut: fancy. In addition to that there are the
in the lsnpaP of t h e t. "' ,y aPensacola war their chef ooint and their interesting daughters return. as food. He says: five antlers for the five wounds and
alminst k." pre-vy hard e 1",r "h .- of export. They must now ship by' ed last night from Jacksonville. "For the past 5 years Grape-Nurs the three styles for the nails, while the
rc stane The Journa' rs:s 'a' Ira to the Atlant ports, which grt- J. McCall f .ape is among has been a prominent fature in ou hammer the lanet and the scourge re
If thelr paper,- are not a'i.vs v their product. Southern Aiabamia t; l. "The crisp food with the dicious also traceable.
red aa tjc. be T,,,. s.-'-id business is affected in the same way. c. I). Robertson has returned from r.utty flavor has become an indispensa ine Others. .
oweve nofy' The .lurn: a one r -Tampa Tames. a pleasant stay at Pana, Springs. ble necessity in my family ever-.- Ne n tie itrt. to th
te off a 'he an tn LEWIS HOUSE CLOSED, :Fred W. Kettle. secretary of Pre i- day life. "etin practical fiurtauee to th.i
o the osc w: do :he le: straightn the nus',-r out The lew:s House. OPposite unior b.. .... ...... . -. d,....a s. .,i n ,a,,,',!.i ,,o. .., something iU the world is the being t

the 144ani .- '.- 'sa r-:ik
-evlerfta-k 'hi- r a ~~-n.~&
rub ice ex'e-n:~-- or. this -' lt of t,
cour: '-i-esof Er 1. 1) k P il

Yes ~ -~.Ic.nen-,.~~o;e:z>-
t'-'fl--e funeralt- a .g r l outt I- r-
rni- A*v uilt-1 he capa'i. 1-utte
we' U no nise 01'io;' --in ihlf-ne'ws;)A
ret- 5mtiA &- 1- ',,a- )n_ -rs s id'
when a f-w d,(,,' -:r .-,-vm ellli,-.
fe-ver It Nor'Q "-a. 'T, -dMithe peo-
p e- mat- t aR-q. '" -11 Aes~!f
Amste'u6arr t -,-he Tm'-

LVlng0' h~ ~'lln"~was ban-
(!t, -prm 8(: cfor the por,
Fares nn -- '"i'f'e
ii:alee-s f:- ia a'obrd

.. ..... Iarriveilt ia, urica from a tour o W est and si|e i ivai. an- ina'e o-itcn us t i ., ..-- -
depot. wvi be closed until quarantine Florida in the interest of the college practically aboli' pastry and pies possese'l by the purpose of not hinder-
is li:e,, Married, by Rev. Frank Cramer a. from our table, for the children prefer in. others in their doing w'h.tever they
MRS. W. J CASTELIA. the parsonage. Sunday' afternoon, Sap.. Grape-Nuts ans do not crave rich and have to do in the world.-Faith and ,
l e.lw Proprietress. member 10. 1905. Mr. 7H-nry Masters' unwholesome food. Works.
and Miss Jesgii Cox. both of this citv "Grape-Nuts keeps us all in perfect
death raes in Northe-n ci'!es and in Only relatives of the contracting par- physical condition-as a preventive of Before the Ceremony.
u7cp"' oe ties were present. disease it is beyond value. I have Rural Groom-Stte an' I can't see no
Mrs. F. W. Armstrong and her at- beon particularly impressed by tiht rc-son why we shonlln't get along
The :,:g S.nmpson sailt-d late yester tractive daughters. Sarah. P.-arl mnd ,eneficial effects of Grape-Nuts when when we're married. The Magistrate-
.da aft --n ::.n ,--a, barges 'n tow. and will re- Ga. where Mrs. Armstrong will place face blemishes, skin eruptions, etc."
turn with one loa-ld with lumber. her daughters in school. It clears up the comiplextion wonder-' press any opinions.-New York Press.
On a recent trip the master aat, quite Sheriff Charles Hopkins and Mr. 'fully. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION.;
ahr, expericr.re. bleng wa-neha not toi Hopkins have returned from an ex-! "As to Its nutritive qualities, my ex-
bihng h's vesse t with Winchester rifles were there to Their friends are glad to know that Grape-Nuts Is superior to a pound of -----r.^
enforce this rule. The Slimpaon does Mr. Hopkins returns greatly benefitted meat for breakfast, whilob is an im IFOR RENT.--Completely furnished
rot land. but the lighters are towed by his stay at the Springs. -portant consideration for anyone. It five-room cottage on East Hill ca,-
&cwn to her by one of the boats tt-re. Miss Genevive Parkhlll, the charm- satisfies the appetite and strengthens line In excellent neighborhood unttlj
Ing daughter of Judge Charles B. Park-i the power of resisting fatigue, whik December 1. Phone 879. 14septlw*i
There is nothing just like the "Blue' hill. has returned from a delightful' its use involves none of the disagre-e- WANTED.
Ribbon Fnavor Ask your grocer for trip to Europe and joined her parents able consequences that sometimes-
Blue R'h'b-.n Lomon and Vanilla Ez at :he capitol. Miss Pa-khill will be follow a meat breakfast." Name given i WANTED.-Position by experienced
trac-s. Takes less. Flavors perfect a charming addition 'o Tailahassee by Postum Co.. Battle Creek, Mic, male stenographer. Address 600,
:y. society. There's a reason, care Journal. 14septln-.





The following is a reproduction of Miin Lewis' ast letter:
January 3, 1906.
Dear Doctor Knowlton.--j-
You know I told you in my f.-st letter that my hair wd%
not reach much below my shoulders, and that all of it together
only made one tiny braid.
I am sending you my photograph. which I had taken ar'cwena
Bros. It tells the wholc story better than I can tell it.
Everybody I know is using Danderine, so you see I am doaf
something to show my appreciation.
Sincerely yours. (Min) EVA LEWIS.

Danderine makes the scalp healthy and fertile* and keeps b
so. It is the greatest scalp fertilizer and thereorm the griata e
hair-produoing remedy the world ha. ever known.
It is a natural food and a wholesome medicine for both dte imr
and scalp. Even a 250 bottle of It wil p t me
genuine life in your hair than a gmlm of
any other hair tonic ever made. It shos
results from the very start.
NOW at al druggists la three sis.
S25 cents, 84 oets nod81 .per *M i
FRE Toshow how quickly Dauderta aet a m fWWfMM
Large sample tree by return v to ma oem who
sends this advertisement toy Knowial m w
dertne Co., Chica.ro,with their naise aad adl A a U MAl B'
silver or stamps to pay postage.





The attention of merchants and advertier
in general is directed to the fact that The
Journal's WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
practically every reader in the county outside
of the city who does not take the daily.
Advertisements in the DAILY reach prac-
tically all of the city people and a large part of
the country people; but an advertisement in
both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will reach
all of them-both city and country.
THE WEEKLY JOURNAL is a compila-
tion of the local and telegraphic news which
has been published in the daily during the
week, and it reaches every subscriber in tfme
for him to read on Sunday.
No Pensacola merchant who deseaf
the country trade can afford to stay out
of The Weekly Journal.
It is mailed to subscribers for $1.00 per
year, and practically every voter in Escambia
county reads it.



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The Great Danderine evo r Falls to Produce the Dnlred lim bt
M ISS Lewis' hair was very thin and it was less than two feet in length whes
she hegan using Danderine. She says her hair and scalp are anw v airl
teeming with new life and vigor.
That's the main secret o this great remedy's success as a hair grower. It en-
livenas invigorates and fairly electrifies the hair glands and tIse.s *A tho
scalp, causing unusual and unhcard-of activity on the part of these bwo nmot irrpor-
tant organs. resulting in a strenuous and continuous growth
of the hair.

aa&4,-s w-hich r-un,-

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Ij Will follow the m nls heavily fe_.

!-Ne Lecome d'sbear' & C dFlorida Pacts and Fancies lilSe coldhavein a-s. Best forsyco
.... --- doned the her. to their fate, nor st.- for despCrate cougbs
Sieng sufficieBr.t in ite future to warra-t frandparents.Bcstfor
Ily. w0ee ay.t .I^l^/ I + nkv". ...
wimu.'@kft#m mv##umWvtiW I m i; n p insutain'e mne oi dren. Ask ourdoctor
V ,,R- 'xcEPT MON A vii: p 'o').bl., save C;leir h -- ...
Bull Pup Gone Mad. te- landing a large shark yesterday; howeveaf o t e bomi s:alsh le f _
More excitement on sort notice afternoon at Fort Piere he was difficulnt thing to thorghlv era ica' and fr qnly. Prably af. hy ave dgeste their blood
TM JOURNAL, COMPANY tha.weha-;,-xp:,l.- I in SO1,h merely bitten by the sharp !e caugh:.' I "
thaN -e e xri l "i--Iessrs. G. J. Hopki an h and., the bauslnes :s o::e \"lc;. can be Anoub,,,. within three to five days after.
time was generaHarry g Messrs. J. Hopkins an n Cur re-buit with mave s rapidity dur- A peri, vain from two o five days. usually elapses
RA L. MA S. G m MAn, rlays bull do a had gone Miad. -He p"pcared to catch large gane. T.'v h a run .Tf good eS.ens.
s ied eb ra nd h wer- fishing near the shore when th Stories of Gay Kissimmee. li'ni. S s Am Y w ever Comisi found that i
ci.-,o:,. sita. k took the bait. After liayin s I was oin tho n al : ever otainedby m
E B R i T ASSOCATED P RBSS. et;eitg l se he ran .. to:cethe monster for a time the m en fini+'-to ri t
trehg te force rt ed it to oihor.- and h-id i i centlv. I saw a cow dK!.heratelvw!1% f; an seventeen bn, ater
tables that came handy. Coa:lie ir- shallow water when it made he zu- u) the sep of an t and go in e ', Prom th aove. we gather that it an adult Stegomyta
HM r ATMi r aylassoed him and gat him back L, te den attack. Mr. Curry had Ftepped Iopen door. A moment after my a-._- a yellow f
if l.** n Ma. ..the yard, and tied hni to a stake, and out of the boa drag the fitmh wSaning against b a tree. and laughing o vrt. i) toh : qut ol: then. if rI bites a susceptible person a
,o n m oIa0 *6 0 9 6 0 ,6 g I n a f e w m i n u t e s h e f e l l o v e r d e a d h i g b a w t b ,.a n.i a g a i n s t s a t r. e e a n d l a u ghi n gy wPe' ) d s t h e t w o teibeiipeedeshsttedzih etp seah mt etneid i s e a sentr
SOne We ........... c Beyond the ts he had no symptoms turned and seized him b th rigth all his ih. MY curiosity was on of t, o i ea th seae
W of hydrophobia, and it is evident that leg. acerang it tar i ., ... so tickl about. "Why," said he. "I yellow fever from a sin individual to the susceptible persons i
o ma some one threw poi.;cn imB o the z r1 was left on the shore while M. Cu.- t was thinking how badly fooled that ment, a period of at !east twenty-s'x days must be allowed to
to him.-DeFunak Breeze. ry was hurried away for medIeal treat- cow was, if she went !:o that the success or failure o any prc.entive measures, directed tow
Sent. He !s resting well. -St. A- et coming to a:. I trucion of the n::, can bo -mined. In view of the fac
MB ,LY P dAO iA MSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILSO A Heart-Rending Appeal. gustine Record. p ari t s may ne et sornt-, ofr a mtoasq.ito rnfee.uof from the first cas<
lu TIONw STAT BUENT CAN BE SECURED. Up in Brevard they raise a breed * Loiering on ir.o North Kissimmeq. susceptible prron. this peiol of obsCrvaion huld be length
or s-train of hogs known as "razor- An Interesting Spectacle. oni r Ki.s.--hibl
backs." The are knd to resemble a Five canoes, apparent h pctacle. I sat me do to reflect, under one of days. which is the time gv by the hlth authorities of New
.amhe i n a ha v e 1 those magnificent oaks which adorn present epidemic, to ,le:ermine if a focus will develop from an
a m g -tamet Street. pumpkin seed in shape, and have a en. and containing a solitary red skin that section, and was soon joined by after its first appearance in a given locality.
Tou l no, 3L prominent pair of cars set about midl- each, formed an interesting' speicta"" e'
ships. The following pathetic appeal tora number iter of visitor on the tem- a gentleman who lived nearby. but 7. The Stegomyia Fasiata cannot convey yellow fever dur
Iis self explanatory, and is suppo-e1 nal (lock this morning, as they passe-t, w see.aed to be idesotie also. We' that the fpi( i n in its bte o
ENACOLA, FPIAODA, THURSDAY MORN.NG. SEPTEMBER 14, 1905 to have been addressed to the rai.- idown the bay to the f'ot of 12 talke(l about many things, anid fall bite freely and repeated, dun this period uit te i e
r Io compliaiented him ,n what n:c does its bite within this period cofer any immunity to the bitten
oad officials at St. Augustine by a street, where they landed. The ca-sh trees wer sanding th,. 8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or coveve, by fomites
SCcoa resident" noes followed In sing e e, abouwereDID th
My razorKATY DID ack rolled down your track yars apart and were pole by th "tes," said he. "this i' the gardeI or inanimate objects that have conle in contact: with yellow feve
A o A week ago today stern and drove them along with that spot of Kissintm:ne, I would o ie the;r immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfetion of cloth
WHERE IT iS TO BE FOUND. When I was strolling through the cam down theline er ns ne n le t ofh eae d prtti whipe n owithpi si ss necsry or containated by cotact
g:oam And snuffed his light away. but an Indian.-Miama Metropolis. there are no mosinduitoes hered9. the bre
SPe col Journa on I glimpsed a maiden fair. You can't blame me, th hog, you see, and 9. The bodra of the dead from yellow
S sale at the following places In "Oh, mistress, may I see ytu home? Slipped through the cattle lence; The Summer Is Over. there never was any. (The y wer transe disease (a rare occrr : and then only i mosquitoes at
.- the city: You need protecting care." So kindly pen a check for ten, The long, hot summer is over; the n' see how thos, people down in Wit the body before deorr,:siaion has set in.
E*oamble HoteL a She dropptier eyes in swemt demur; This debt to recompense. glory of autumn is near at hard et I don't see how thos> pople diown in bitf the bod be.fore diecom)-sitionha et in.
Bay Hotel. S aid she We've never met demur; Tis eb o recompne gloy autun near at hand Sth Kisimmee live at all. I waa 10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever fro
f Coe's Seek St. I can't allow it, gallant sir." A few days later he received the money loose in te rchanne's of trade: down there the other day to see- vomit, evacuations, or other exerettons of yelow fever patients.
Depot News Stand. f But yet-but yet-but yet: following: all forms of energy and enterprise wil and tha and his wife and children ond 11i. An attack of yellow fever caused, as It always is, by th
Sm ook Store. Dear Sir: quick the cro are to stay under mosquito bars all dur- Stegomyla, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of th
Dea.tSir quickenM the croPs are good pcee at night
Lews Hous Katy did Katy did Katy did Old Twenty-nlne came down the lie promise tobe right; we have escaped the ayand hey td e at ni
Merchants Hotel. did. did' And killed your hog we know, disaster by flood, fire or epidemic they had to put up double bars to tlS Of thi Tra ed NurS
4 Southern Hotel. Katy said she couldn't, but she But razorbacks on railroad tracks everybody is hopeful and planning for Tkeep from actually b( ng eat 1p.
S Thompson's Book Sto. did. did, di !Quite often meet with woe. a busy and prosperous fall and win- even hve to buy ar for thr NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON
F.A's WN Stand. '. Theo .. Therefore. my friend, we cannot send ter; no candidates in sight to worryeep from going crazy on ac- NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, I
Him's New Stand. The stars were peeping 'midst the, The check for which you pine; us and politics forgotten; and under ep the oing crazS on a
t. W her's Book Store. blue. I Just plant the dead; place o'er his such circumstances when the outside en wandered back down roa-ENCE OF THE ABOVE FACT.
I none save head, wor1 wants to know, "What's thedb e ho's- 1 N nurse can e considered as taine n the manage
SH Just brad enough the path for two "Heredlies a foolish swine." r wth oa we all way, and was attracted by the thos- 1. No nurse can be considered a trained in the manage
If closely side by side * matter with Florida?" we all repl hands of little minnows that were fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she r
Mv arm in half a circle lay Fish Found on Roof cheeful chorus,6e's all right. sporting up and down the gutters and earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted s
GOING AWAY r waistrm within its ken Charles Chase repon rt a remarkable uwanee Democrat flashing their beautiful, but awful hot, qutoes, and that It is her duty to prevent the admission of the
a th, city for y~U6tSaid she. "I never walk this way." ,find in the shape of a fish a few days Fleet of Indian Canoes. sunlight While standing, adirn the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should fi
AndtfelnOw you. -an cicul- : ago.Chaie says he was fixing a and perspiring, I was joined by 1 therein.
sJo follow you. NTf cirla And then-and then-and then ago Chale says he was fixing a A fleet of In dian canoes landed at .native" and he and I also talked of 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the
ton anaer, Phone 3 Katy did Karoof did! Kafor Mr. Eppeson, and found a six the foot of Twelfth street yesterday many things, but mainly of fish, and, must cooperate with the physician in the discharge of his functi
Kay did! Katy did, inch fish in the basin of the roof. No afternoon. They were loaded down when I aid ho funn it seemed to dian of the public health The trained nurse in this capacity bec
$ did, did' one has been on the roof for month-;, with 'gator hides, deer skins and othe.'
D esee them swimming up and down the y the most efcient and important sanitary agent in prevetin
The true inwardness of the present Katy said she didn't, but she and it is thought the fish came down merchantable products found in the ets d int
visitation will appear in due time. and did, did. di'"! during the heavy rain where he re- Everglades. The waters are now too is nof thing to whatn, he said, "Thaere i the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal sfety
the blame for it will be placed where gained till found. We wish to state high in that section to admit of hunt- 18- A t that time people sat on tne oimanion of th
it belongs. The charge has been open- Her cheek with blushes wooed me oft that hereafter all flsi found on trees ing, and the Seminoles are taking a tp step of the bank and caught ten' the patient, (especially if these are not immune) largely, if
ly made that New Orleans and Louis- As slow we onwaro' pced. and house tops must be brought to vantage of the occasion to bring their as they could alt dends.
an health authorities knew as early Her mouth was like a cherry soft, this office if the finder wants it pub- catches to market and load up for the und t ata tery nurse must bear n mind that the most mant
t ni't onetotaste. In fact that was the time 3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant
s the latterpart of May of tte ext- tl one to tas lhed. We came fom up near is- wet seaso-Miami Record. when Kisimee commenced to be a patient s innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the mos
nce of eow fever in tt cityyet dAlack sur you kno-Live Oak Crescent shipper of fish, for the people could non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent t
All kissing, pray, forego."sp o h a aThe New Vagrancy Law.
public announcement was xot made IrThe New Vagrancy Law. stand in their doors and catch so osquites to the patient's person.
untd! the 2h of July. If pblicity ha Said she, must not kiss you back. Dredging in Lake Surprise. The new vagracy law is being vi- any fish, they begir doors an to ship them to 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and Intercours
Dred g. iy on Lake Surprise. I Th enentshplthi being Vie- Te gretet freedog nt perional contact and intercour!
been given promptly who doubs that But oh-but oh----but oh: The dredges John Babcock and Mik-' orously enforced in some of the citi the north, an now you see to wha fore be peiyellow fever sick and he well
many places in ulsiana and Missis-- ado, assi.-,ting in building the Key of the stite, and if its enforcement1 proportions that business has grown room and provided the innoculatlon of mosquitoes, by biting
i w suffering would he escap- at dKatdid! Katy did West extension of the F. E C ra- was made general, as it should be it proportionsated, that businesrhaps Annrow during th e first three death innocul sese, is absolutely prevention
ed?-Montgomery Advertiser. did. di. way, are now at work in what has would be a mighty help to the cause; alas was not dead, after all, as I left 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accon
And in this connection it may be Katy ild n't, but shu been named Lake Surprise, a shallow of industry in Florida and greatly de- him. patient, ufferng from any kind of fever, in localities infected
added that when the "tru inward., bodyof water lying inland in the key crease the e record. It s as nat- That fish story made me so hot. that fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a
es of the case does appear wha- -Edwin L Sbln, in October mart and being about wo miles n length ul for aabond ideness to bree I wandered on sometime, without no- even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fver. Mosquito bites
n th ase fapp n wha et. b ahalfa mile in width. Thelake crime as it is forfilth to breed ver- ticking anything, but finally ran plum and harmful even if not infective to the pant, and it must be
ever it may be, t will form an argu- has been so named by the men at work min.-Suwanne Democrat. up against a man, who like myself, as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stin
ment for national control of coast, The Wl. there from the fact that it is never * seemed deep n meditation. In fact 6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yello, fever nur
quarantines which the next congress The wig is older than dvilization, for shown on coast charts, and its pres- Poor SeaF p for Bees on East Coast. he looked so much worse off than my- has made herself thoroughly familiar with thh wepnion which
cannot ery well overlook. The fact the saage used one to make him more was known only to the few who The Fo Pierce Tribune in report- self, I immediately brightened up. and! experience have given her to effe ivel protect her non-infectd
formidable on the field of battle have explored the vast jungle of the in recently that 0. Poppleton, asked him the cause of hbls deep mel- those persons who are dependent 'ipon her knowledge and exertio
that the health of th,, whole south has Frhb ion t iled th article as key. The lake lies inland about six- whose bee-keeping is somewhat of a ancholly. It appears that he was oei from the infected.
been jepardied and it business, for a piece of headgear. Beforthe ll teen handed feet from Jewfish creek migratory ,aature, was transferring of the "Cty Fathers" and had ben 7. The e n of ffn: an deese that the nurse m
the time being, practically tagn te fell in rance the is hich tiisland of Key Largo. The his bees to their winter quaes at trying to have the streets worked. handle n protecting her ati:ts ar
the time being, practically atagnalh ec l tine fell InF race the wigs which dredges cut their way into the lake Staurt, gys, "the season has beerb tn, Said he, "this is the biggest fool town (At The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient
by the commercial green which New adorned the heads of ts victims cost from the creek and are now engaged poorest in many years." This we be- I ever struck, I tr to work the streetto ote the Patient
1. The netting of bare must ha'.emnie hei fine enough to
Orleans manifests in her lax quaran- $150 to $200. The costly decoration lin- in throwing up from the bottom oi it lieve is true of the whole east coast when the ground is dry, and every- pa Th ntti of barofne enough to
tine svttem, ought to arouse thewhole geared a long time on official heads itn soil building the bed of the railroad section of the state, and it might, in body blames me about raising o p 2_0. of m.osc.soen.
country to the luequaUty, injustice. England. So recently as 1q58 Arch- across it.-Miami Metropolis. fact, be termed the climax of a series much dust and sand. I then quit. ai pli l. ito'd can .e te rough mosquito nes when any
and absolute danger 'of state control bishop Sumner found it necessary to * *of bad seasons, for it would seem im- wait until the groin l gets w, t, an I pati1n2., uody is i contri L ti-i i. ne I.ng
In bcaith ;datnert- .wear one at the marriage of the prin- Cow and Catfish Industry. possible fbr. any conditions to produce then everybody curses me for making ; ."l Frinuthe '-.n. nan :i.s s:ou;l u made to i that there
in aith rat e. cessroyal. Cows a"d catfish form two of the a worse one. so muc mud and turning ov t plac'' in the n*.., and ;ha: u;.,qui,,s h've o:d a lodgin
principal resources of Osceola coun- We entered upon this series of poor grass to rot ano cause fever. Anr Th tt' shud li tc in to keep moentering.q
Over in Mie they are talking o A rit r The first are raised on the sple'- seasons some three or four years ago then when I catch the ground in rgh' If mosques are unl within the netenternIng they hould
ax Hnmbu:r-g t .r e proprietoi of th- A c "nrm embe wrente. did rancher s ne'ar: by, a:.d much care and in this vicinity, at least, it has a, art in to fix a street th I d not meresqul-os are or uha wkhin the nttng they hould
M Hal ,. proprietor fth In reme er when the we^"^althy and lexp.,e art taken to in.prove been necessary to preserve the bees. pa:, u) uni eery ote, rs ,r(.t tay t l merely driven or shake put.
Mhl. He:I.. a -. Tilate for te Mr. Ilidem didn't have a dollar of his 'hem. w;:ie tK.' latur are t.kcn frnm Prior to tho s t:n', howe.vtr, there has nI ow artalit r that 1 f All cases of fot-e should b hte promply reported to the
-ate s'nat. If h people of thu own." ald the man who disparages. :he ajaen.t t.t; s by the lheiuads usually been vield enough from some an own ptl o that ai aw"ing his arrival the should be co.:. ith a mesqupco bar. I
eenatorral digt:r'- in which Mr. Harn, "Well." answered the misanthrope, and afft' I re'ni:nuTri"ve employment source to help in holding the bee., to- ::r sa it, o" o:,ething else equ"in-' ,harey n ortan in oalaine ir'( with ,ev.lh. especially in
burger I e. are n indful of ih ir own "It is 'said that he i still doing bust- 'o hundreds of fisi er'man. The inh gather through the season, but this niat .o l'fl' ha'is bten 'made .o hr- dildrt'n In localities liable to iffnt<,,u witha yfrlow fever The d
interec t:..v won- mre:' wi' n,-s eentnr,.c y w' h other people's dol- are ,rpss.. and ship to the west- oar there has been either no nectar den.oc to me I am.. out to be I .telf in 'l a mIld or in infantile and arly childhood
the tali'n. b, : ahead au, lars."-Was:ington Star. :'n cities where Ih,y are sol a Th in the various honey producing flow- l h!o morning to medita on wh',: iel- tot escape recognition. Un accouatn of the very mildness o
n a ,; .1 a-ioaj and Ce i -ert l'm tr rr,. -,h m. The Ant' Aneestry. s-i'n a ca:." or lass-, a cow are qnual- during the period of bloom which suicide. I haven' deu'>lu-d yet." And spread the u: a-';-e without dmoesration. The m:ald or unrecofnize
"What mnak-s J!udge Ant so stock Oiations that iniurc ,plia')M ema- washe! it out andl destroyed it, when so I left him bu hls troubles affc r- for his reasn, the most dangros, from a -anitary point of Vi
A pooi ma. e, rn:'.:.t s in Ala ur? Is Lbe any better than the rest of :Aoyment inOsolo county.-Likc Oak pre-ent, so that the be'es ave been ed mes,) o1C- ply I deided to pospon (B) Screens.
bamsa areo coingc in fhr Fsonme p"e'v u., democratt s.ealdily running ihind, myin ramibi into S'utI Kissinimee t All openings leading to the sack chanbe.- so;ild be screen
har < (;r:::(iim on ancoint of th. i 'Is be' Whr as, the de is a di * Most of the h< os in this locality soime future day.--I'lilr:',' in Kisim. of hospital, wire s-recns ar, not usually available and proviso
igtWta rk: have already starved and the balance Va~ley Gazee. can be made of bobbinet ,r ch. se (1oth, which can be tacked o0
tr-t- n of the travciint pub rect decendant of the ant that the Daniel Curry iu- at the Rail.wa:- Hus- ne-,ec'.or to the openings of Lo si-i room.
since ':, qa 'a:.:a-, .*i p;ut cn. I:2 slug;z.ird ,v". peat to."--Puck. pital with a severely lac,,rat(,; l..g as (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
as an av", ,':f' : ', n'i., c-up:.! the rcsuUo of a fishing incident. At'h f-E TI A \JC' a1ru'C'i- O 'N d 'um!gate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (insect powder)
ity. P:rmln: am .: :v tak 's the lea'1. Never boll nny one by the button or \' :' :ly infected mosquitoes asp ; t:ey as poa'..ib. after the fourth dI
I that cit te, e a n p a !:t d in oler to le heard onut, for --- i .:; .- lurnrd in an ircn pnt is the sur-:t way. and if used in prop
lla' for a.. :; :.eate efor un,, ,I o he.rou. ou .i e JOu.la Prf.ed u- YE LLO W FE VE R A N D .' not injUrofab ouraric ; 'ore r rf l ds inan average ro
they iw!tia M. ?-, own. -fnrieeg August, 190r5, oloriofe eo fl i iuUSt 9b a ,. b a ric feet ow space is estimated by san!'ary authorities: and on

Total of W TOI insNct Powder to l,tX0 cub:c feet will suflBca to stp.fy the mosque
1 ,iquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and b
S15 hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient. in ordinary
Parents Shou ld f',m"s of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia
Sl 7 3 3 5 At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society. held Any-ust 12. 1905. aboit the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
H ave Large Fam iles Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New dties and responsihil:- The fumigation should be done in the morning, so that the ro
COPIES ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care, free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably 'i dry weath
of yellow fever patients, in consequence if the newly acquired knowledge of e-ver the condition of the patient will permit, a rCmO adjoining
W TCHELL oTr M hole. N. j. or A average the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and p
| MO G the Hebrews a child was considered heaven's beat A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow feve.- the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to
MONG the Hebrews child was considered heaven's best prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
Sgift. Hannah and Rachel desired such a blessing from the r which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub-' The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as
1 Lord. Hebrew poetry says, "Happy is the man whoe DAILV lashed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: .is now conducted by the Health Authrqities. Immediately after notl
The following figures show The Pen- ELEMENTARY FAthe attending physician. But n isolated localities or when delay
quiver is full of them. WE SEEM TO BE GOING saccla Journal's circulation for each ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. ng sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nure must
TO T OT Tday during the month of August, 1905, 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease members of the household in applying the prescribed regulato.
TO THE OTHER EXTREME There are women in America ; with the average number of copies whih is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the Additional precautions in sulphur fumigaion, recommended by
ho wod sooner fondle pu ith thedoaverage than raiumb a chld.er of daly: agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Ste- Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during t
the woded ood thpud tima August 1 4,350 August 16 4,800 omyla Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New epidemic:
President Roosevelt, recognizing the tendency of the times to August 2 4,400 August 17 4,800 Orleans. and in fact of all the localities In which yellow fever prevails. Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, ailvT
t culture and belittle womanhood and motherhood, has coined a August 3 4,335 August 18 4,800 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metal
t ut and belittle eras co a August 4 4400 August 19 4,800 of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the obje
ww phrme-'"ace suicide." At the National Council of Women August 5 4,350 August 20 5,250 wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brus
ld at Wahirgton his ntterancs were criticized by some of the August 6 5,000 August 21 ......importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began. Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material
Sa c csed b August 7 ..... August 22, 4,800 3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis- roughly shaking. Open 11 drawers and doors of furniture and clo
delegates, who said that QUALITY WAS BEITER THAN August 8 4.500 August 23 4,800 ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by s
QUANTITY. Mr. Flo amison Mille t pat national president August 9 4.500 August 24 .4,650 after biting the yellow fever patient. Thin period of incubation in the mos- openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks r wl
Sno a n Miller,e past national president August 10 4,500 August 25 4,800 quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the, doors.
Of the Women's Relief corps, is quoted as saving, "Better have two or August 11 4,625 August 26 4,800 body of the mosquito and to migrate from the Insect's stomach to its salivary Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newpa
August 12 4,625 August 27 5,200 glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900, them with a paste made of flour.
wirxec splendid c"i.dren thfn a dozen incompetents." August 13 5,000 August 28 ..... that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months, The sulphur should be placed in an Iron pot, fiat skillet pre
If Susannah Wesley had leen filled with the ideas of these modern August 14 ...... August 29 4,800 to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season, this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle
en August 15 4,600 August 30 4,800 4. After Incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period an inch of water la the bottom. This is a precaution which mst
oen at tire:1 children are enough f r a home, we never would August 31 5,000 above specified, the Stegomyla is ready to transmit the disease during the guard against accidents, as the sulphur Is liable to boil over and
have L.-.d hodim, for its founder. Jon Weslev was her TENTH Total for the month ...... 127,335 entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the I the house.
have M d fey W Average per day.. ...... 4,716 insect has access to water. (Gutteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate Thl sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and
hi.L I hereby certify that the above state. yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Gulteras with another The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then
And w would never have had Charles Wesl th fmm meit is correct according to the rec. 101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte, Stegomyia Fasciata In Havana and well ventilated.
And wolhae had Charles eey,the famous hymn words on file in this olee. can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Louisiana, says NOTE-To find the cubic contents of the room, auliply the
writer, for he was her EIGHTFFNXTH child. As we sing his grand FRED A. SWEIT, Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from the room by the width, and this total by the height, ad to Bad t
-rmns we thank God f. u I Circulation Mgr. the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg-, of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cable conte
n we t od for sannah Wesley ain tht she gave to the sworn to and subscribed before me omyla must be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after and the rest will be the amount of sulphur req ed
world her eighteenth child, proving that QUANTITY AND QUTA- this 31st day of August, 1905. biting once. does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide aMd1 fe.
T TOGET ER J. P. STOKES, seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisiana would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1,500 cubic feet. DIvid. to by 60
r iGO TOGETHER. ,i Notary Public. that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly will have the amount t sulphur required, vis: 3 pomag,

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H. Thmas Writes of Enter- necessity of hauling th, material for
its construction from more distant
pa1W l -Uml Cfitinz in Se- points than is the case in this city.
Gravel and sand are available for the
foundation almost within the city lirm-
S. its, the former costing 80 and the lat-
ter 60 cents per square yard delivered
(By eon H. Thomas.) to the contractors at the point where
Cumbus, Ind., Sept. 12.-Through-, the work is going on. Cement also
out the state of Indiana progress and manufactured at no great distance
imgrovement is the order of the age. from the city.
a" nowhere is tk better .emplifiedj Many of the cities of Indiana use
than ti this beautiful city of 12,000 vitrified brick for paving and as far
sMls, the capitol of Barthalomew as I could ascertain, it has given en-
ounty., a the southern portion of the tire satisfaction. The streets pavel
ta. ivle and industrial acUtvity with vetrifed brick present an excep-
se setteeable on every hand, the tionally uniform and clean appearance
thesaids of dollars are being spent and have not the same tendency to
and large forxe of men employed in break up. or "go bad" in spots, which
public improvements of every d Iis one of the drawbacks to asphal-
criptin d sctorie are being erect- tum paving on streets where the traf-
ed by several manufacturing concerns fc is conderable. Incidentally. Co-
the large of which is the Janney lunrbus received a good hard "jolt"
Company, manufacturers of corn when the first asphaltum pavement
huskers, teed mills, etc., to obtain was constructed, the work not be;ng
arhich the enterprising people of Co.- thoroughly first-class. The work non
Iambs donated $100,.000 in cold cash. under way is being carefully done and
The plat, when completed. will give is at all times under thyeeye of com-
eamploym t to several hundred men' tent inspectors who see that the
sad will consequently, be a great city's interests are well protected.
bmelf to the city in more ways than Interurban Lines.
one. The first interurban electric line In
tet Paving. the state of Indiana was constructed
The amount of work that is being by local capitalists between Columbus
done upon the well kept streets of Co.' and Indianapolis, a distance of forty-
lumbts is particularly noticeable., one miles, and has beeu a paying in-
Nearly every street within the cor-i vestment. The cars cover the dis.
porate limits is macadamized, and tance in something less than two
cement curbs and gutters are invarl- bours time and are invariably crowd-
ably constructed when the streets arc ed to the doors. As in the case of
improved. This gives a uniformity to other interurban lines the fare is
the improvementF wh;ch is pleasing much less than upon the steam rail-
to the eye as well as Insuring practi-, ways, the round trip between hereand
cally perfect drainage of surface wa- Indianapolis by the electric A,'e being
ter. The cement curb and gutter about one dollar less than by the
cost be adopted te advantage by tee seam railways. All along th6 line
city of Pensacola when the improve- the development of the country has
mests contemplated under the bond been wonderful and many magnificent
measure are carried out. residences have been erected by city
Some years ago the city paved Its people who are enable, by the fre-
principal street. through the business quest cars and fast service, to go from
section, with asphaltum and is now their places of business to suburban
tending the asphalt paving from the homes a& easily as if actually living
business section toward the corporate in the limits of the cities. The els-o-
lmits. This paving Is rather expen- tric lines do not extend south of C~-
ive, costing $I.V7%t per square yard lumbus. as the country is rugged aVl
lere and would probably cost consid- tUe way from here to the Ohio river,
,rably more in Pensacola owing to tho a distance of 42 miles.

S, Enormous Yield of Oorn.
"tAMt T.a.S C Hft^ACTER. Corn is king in southern Indiana,
and the immense crops annually
C.el of 4i5" Maid to Indicate gathered here, if raised in some sec-
Person's Temperament. tions of Florida, would make a farm-
Mlany people boeeive that blonde, or her's eyes bulge out with surprit:.
Ait bair denotes afection and dark The average corn crop of the sta'e
hirotancy. A Person without lr is in the neighborhood of 50 bushels
isar onotancyd of ter; far trom It. to the acre, and on some of the bottom
e ssptdio of the average bald- lands in this section 100 bushels to
MWa ed man Is to abow nh solicitude the acre is not unusual. The trans-
Sthe welfr m of aboe, that boe ng- portation of such an enormous crop
lects hmewse. A osegr caus th ai -to market presents no difficulties as
neet hPm f. A germ causes -rt the roads all over the state are mag-
sce, aocculda rabbit withof Pr nificent, making it possible to haul
D randrff germs, causing I tbt from 70 to 80 bushels to the eleva-
totaly baed in ~r tweekf' tine To etors with a single team of horses
itd the calp of these danger s Several loads containing 100 bushels
@@h it Is necessary to apply New- each have recently been hauled into
b ls R0 jlid ne aOolumbus with one team and one load
r*Dtsy the case--you remove is recorded as containing 105 bushels
of corn, or 6,000 pounds exclusive of
Aid by W. A. AYMemberte. drug- te wagon.
git a4 d pothecaary, 121 South Pala- Center of Population in a Barn Yard.
eO street or smed 0lc in stamps to Columbus is located at practically
"We Herplcide C.. Deett., Mich. the center of population of the United


I. UL gagNer- -eoap se"no aWOmk a a.A Pem.P seat. Fam.

Do You Read, Evenings?

That's what a Morris chair is for. to stretch out in. Ad-
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 matte.-
with them.

IO.410 S. Paloaf St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.




About Three Thousand Dollars so
Far Subscribed, and More
Is Expected.

A large sum was raised yesterday
by the finance committee appointed at
the joint meeting of the city and the
Chamber cf Commence committees.
hose who were called upon during
.hbe day responded liberally, and about
M3.000 was subscribed. The work of
.oliciting subscriptions will be con-
.inued today, as there are a large
lumber who have nct yet been called
A statement of the subscriptions
vas made yesterday afternoon, when
'.he committee met and received the
report of the finance committee. In'
addition to receiving this report ana
that of other sub-committees, the Joint
committee also transacted other busl-
ness. one of the important features
being the appointment of an execu-
tive committee to receive and disburse
all funds subscribed. This committee
is composed of W. K. Hyer, Jr., chair-
man; C. C. Goodman, J. S. Reese, D.
Hale Wilson and A. H. D'Alemberte.
Another meeting of the joint com-
mittee will be held this afternoon at
3 o'clock.
The Subscriptions.
The subscriptions received yester-
day are as follows: "
First National Bank .......... $500.00
W. S. Keyser Co .............. 200.00
American National Bank...... 200.00
Consolidated Grocery Co...... 250.0')
Fr. J. Schreyer............... 50.00
Thos. C. Watson.............. 100.00
Escambia Realty Co..........60 .00
Lee Daniel .................. 25.00
W. A. Blount ...... ....... 100.00
Hannah Bros ............... 10.00
People's Bank........ ........ 100.00
Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00
Leslie E. Brooks.............. 10.00

J. M Ooe....................
Pensacola Investment Co.....
M. F. Gonzalez...............
Southern States Lumber Co....
Consolidated Naval Stores Co..
German-American Lumber Co..
Saunders Mill Co............
J. R. Saunders................
Pensaoola, St. Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co..........
D. Kugleman .;...........
J. Geo. White................
S. P. Shotter Co..............
Jos. Coleman...... ..........
A. F. Warren................
M. L. Roch....................
Jno. B. Jones.................
T. H. Lannon & Co ...........
Win. Johnson & Son..........
Clutter Music House ..........
Meyer Shoe Store............
Standard Clothing Co........
Douville Timber and Land Co.
Maxwell & Reeves...........
S. Pasco, Jr ......... .....
P. Campbell.. ...............
H. H. Boyer..................
Kress & Co..................
D. Hale Wilson..............
A. M. Avery..................
Gordon & Brown ..............
Those. Pebley ........ ........
Forbes Furniture Co..........
N, 6. Forf-heimer... ..........
H. G. DeSilva & Co............
W. A. D'Alemberte...........
Jas. McHiugh .............
Sol Cahn & Co...............
B. Gerson.... ........ .......
J. Kryger ...................
Green & Watson ............
J. C. VanPelt .................
The Pensacola Journal........



A Remedy Without a Peer
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets more beneficial than
any other remedy I ever used for
stomach trouble," says J. P. Klote, of
Edina, Mo. For any disorder of tht
stomach, biliousness or constipation.
these Tablets are without a peer. For
sale by all druggists.
The Journal has received' commune.
cations from J. F. Coppersmith and
Geo. W. Howes, both country residents
complaining of the hardships now be
ing experienced by the people residing
outside of the quarantine district who
are unable to get their wood or
produce to market, and who are un-
able to secure provisions from the oity
Both parties also complain about the
signers to the petitions sent to Dr.
Porter, and published in The Journal
ox yesterday morning, claiming thai
many of them were residents of the
city and have recently moved to the
Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years
of Suffering

"I had been troubled with lame back
for fifteen years and I found a com-
plete recovery in the use of Chaia-
Sberlain's Pain Balm," says John G.
R Bisher, Gillam, Ind. This liniment is
I also without an equal for sprains and
i bruises. It is for sale by all drug.

States, according to the census of
1900. The exact center is located in
Sa barnyard about four miles from tha
I city and is marked with a monument
Selected by the United States govern-
ment. The city is 632 fet above sea
,i level and is bulk upon a level plain,
, the streets being laid out due east
and west, north and south, moat of
them shaded by magnificent maple
> trees. Commercially and industrially
as well as from a standpoint of civic
progress and enterprise, Co!umbus is
one of the most up-to-date cities in
the country and is one of the most
. beautiful in Southern Ind4lana.


of the throat, sore and swolle
tonsils, los of voice, and other
throat troubles should never be
e'glect-d These ailments quick-
ly work down to the lungs, and
often end in 0l- d-.ption or pnei-



used s a garfle, and externally
jn the throat, Is & marvelous rem-
dy for these palnfal and daffr-

ind ae after everything ede
t faUled
Bay Henry Wade, of Karlin,
To.: "I am under obligations to
on for the great good which
'ramints Wizard Oil did my wife.
.he suffered from Throat Trouble
or a year, and though she doc-.
>rod and doctored, nothing did
:or any good, until she tried am
ins Wizard OiL" Price 50o and
Sold and recommended by
Phone 180, Night Phone 446.
Pensacola, Fla.

Office, Broanaham building, next
to Pensacola Business College.
Prompt attention always given I
to business. Pansseola. Fla. I




Quarantine relations Cause
This Class of Matter to Go By
Waq of Florala.

No registered mail of any descrip-
tion can now o0t of or come intz.
Pensacola tfroa the north. This il
due to the quarantine regulations and
the relay station at Goulding, and as
a consequence all mail of this class
is now being sent over the P. & A.
over to Florala and thence to Mont-
gomery, where it is signed for by the
mall clerks.
When the relay station was estab-
lished at Goildflg the mall clerk was
prevented fNam going any further
north, and consequehtly he only sent
out what mail matter he had in his
car, returning to the ciy with his
registered mail.
Registered letters and packages
must be receipted for by each olerk
handling the same, and there being no
clerk at Goulding to receipt for the
mail and take charge of it to Flomaton
it was returned here.
Postmaster Northup has wired to
the department asking that a mail
clerk be assigned to the run between
Goulding and Flomation, in order that
no delay be experienced by sending It
a round-about way, and it is expect ed
that a man will reach here today or

Of any ailment of the Stomach, Liver,
Bowels or Kidneys very quickly if
you'll only resort to the Bitters at the
trust symptom. Thousands have found
this true during the past 50 years.

should therefore have a prominent
place in every home because it Is ab-
solutely safe and can be relied on in
cases of Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
Cramps, Costiveness, Heartburn or
Female III.


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

has no equal.
Sold everywhere.

S A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.

Leader in IImportd
and Liquors






United Charities Make a Call for
Assistance in O;dar to
Help the Needy.

The Society of United Charities
which in the past has done so much
tcwarats assisting the poor and needy
of the city, is now badly in need of
funds, and at this time many extra
calls for Assistance are being received
by the officers, who are powerl'hs tc
render the necessary aid on account
of an empty treasury.
The society has a large number of
members, but many of them are in
arrears with their dues, and in addi-
tion others .who formerly gave liberal
ly have ceased to do so.
The society dfht night issued the fol.
lowing appeal to the public, calling
for help:
To the Public.
Owing to the large number of poo i
and needy persons now residing in the
city, who have been placed in this po-
sition on acoount of the quarantle reg-
ilations and the lack of work, o~ie
to the yellow fever, the Society ot
United Charities has 'had many calls
for assistance during the past few
days and therefore appeals to the'
men; ers and the public in general for
help. At present there are many
worthy families in the city wto are
suffering for the want of food, and it
behooves all to aasitK in supplying
their needs.
The members who are in arrears
are respectfully asked to settle the
same, and the public in general is ap.
pealed to for assistance. Any dona-
tions will be cheerfully received either
by the vice-president or secretary. It
in hoped that this appeal for aid will
meet with a hearty response.

Oar DaR Territory ,qual lm nste to
Twelve Great states.
Do you know that Nome, Alaska, Is
800 miles west of Honolulu? Do you
know that Alaska has almost two and
a balf times as much coast line as the
rest of the United States?
If you start at Seattle and g up the
coast through 400 miles of Canadian
Inland waters to the Portland canal
you will come to that imaginary line
that the Alaskan boundary cotmmssin
decreed as the place wh laa be-
gins. This inland sea Is y like the
fiords.of the coast of Norway and des-
tined in time to become one of the
world's great pleasure resorts, and
when you know this region you will
deplore the lack of diplomacy which
lost us this picturesque coast line and
left the Alaska of today detached terri-
tory. In very truth the cry of 1845 of
"54-40 or fight" was right.
At the Portland canal Alaska begins,
and as you sail up the thousand miles
of this wonderful inland sea, of scenic
beauty and grandeur surpassing any-
thing in the world, you are in south-
eastern Alaska, which includes the is-
lands along the coast and the mainland
from the shore line to the summit of
the coast range as far north as Mount
St. Ellas. From the summit of this
high peak the boundary line between
Alaska and British Yukon territory
runs directly north to the "frose
ocean," as the old Russian treaty called
The territory of Alaska is about
equal to the combined states of Michi-
gan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Min-
nesota, North Dakota, South Dakota,
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and
Kentucky. Maps are deceptive for
comparison unless they are drawn to
the same scale, and unfortunately
maps of Alaska are generally drawn to
a small scale. But put Alasba n the
United States, and It will extend from
Savannah, Ga., to Los Angeles, ea
The climatic conditions differ as great-
ly as those of North Dakota differ from
those of Florida. The mean annual
temperature of Sitka is about the same
as that of Washington, though the ex-
tremes of heat and cold are greater at
Washington.-William T. Perk ins I
World's Work.

We never knew any one who did not
talk "shop" too much.
How you admire the man who eatch-
es you doing a good deed on the sly!
What a sorry spectacle a spelled
child is when away from its mother!
A whipping never hurts so much as
the thought that you are being whipped.
Some men are washed of their seM so
much that they finally have a faded
Tell a bad story without names, and
every one will have an enemy to attrib-
ute it to.
Ambition dwindles away In time like
a cake of soap, and by the time a man
is seventy he can't remember that he
ever had any In the tub with him.-
Atchison Globe.

"Do yeo think time is money?' *aid
"Can't be!" replied Bangs. "They
ay there is no esd to time-And rM
broker'-Detrait Free Pre.

How to Judge sew



An bhlMle bCaos of
boo Mi qw=@u

A s lid, creamy foam is the luvuhe
Brewing material in beer. Unlem the
best grades of bailey and hops, selected
with extenm ocare, are ased in m -cle
quantity, breed so as to give the beer
the proper swnih and body, and after.
ward the beer is thoroughly ripened and aged, it cannot
abow the aof, at a fam always found in the faomms

"T"e Ow berbm e" "V* at 6.r*ww __ ,


IL SOLDEIGe. Wheleleb Delr

---- e .

No. 5403
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK. Cashlems
C. W. LAMAR, Vite-President. JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Casbe ,

Capital Sto6k, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Henry L. Covingtoa,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank 'leilly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
I'. & Brawner,
C. W. Lmar,
J. R. Saunders,

S. J. Pshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr,
0. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawtlbo
C. A. O'NesJ.
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Ortbig,
Alex McGowin,
C. M. CorngtoL.

Accounts of Banks, Individual, Corporations, and Firm SollseL
Four per cent. Interut paid on Time Depoesits.

WM. H. KNOWLBS, FreidmIt.
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst Cashier.

W. K. HYMR, JR, V.-Pres. and Cat.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashi.


of P"eeola, ria.

DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Win.- Kowi
V. K. Hywr, Jr,, D. GBrent


We draw our own ills of Ex-
enange on Groat Britain, Ireland
Germany, Franme, Au-a, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belglum, Ruesia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European countreS.

Vesels dlsbursed upon the Fa"
Favorable Tems, and rte S O .
gationa taken Payable at Po1t "
Deutination Ten Days Aftlr 4p
Iel Arrives tkere. .

Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Conn:ction with which w
have a Private Department for tne u.e of Renters.

Savings DApartment-Interest Paid on OD
poeits at itee of 4 per eont per Annum.

L. IMITON GIR335 PS3ID3, T. WLLS, V7c-Pm3asu.
A. M. bOus.LL, Citizens National Bank,
of Pesa o'sa, Florida.
eo.W Wnrkt, Morrns Wer. T.I. ireus
lx M. aoMn-, La HUto 1". O

J. 8. RESB, Presidet. E. W. MWBNT7K. CashbIe.
R. M. CARYT, Vice-PresidenLt
Direaeor-L., J. Reeveo, J. I& Reee, W. DeC. KeSutee, R. M. Cerj
W. A. DoAlembrte, A. Jenning.

3SL Affe DA3L"I s
Horisl and 3etsi Dealer ln
Steam, nf iomW t-, Anthracite A

Offlee-Ne. 3 South PslatIs start. Telephone, 93.
vw as nm arraems sad Gonssmes streets. Phome. 6.

It will pay yei to inv0ldate our prim belw0 yla yo

Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blids

or Lumber.

We k handle hhtahick, icm, w uad Ceom
we cana"saw Sumyon ever""dn.

Saunder Mill Company

OfMito 2 Bart Garden Street. Phome 717.
Factorys NNa Pa* ax Street. Phone 130,
map,. gos~~~~~~~>*.o6SS9SfO9I:eosBss

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S tie to etrid of Rheumatism i
while the blood is endeawvr
pu*e itself of all poisons and im
and the skin is active. with al
:a(1 glands open and able, is
IS r, to assist in the elimination.
lB us, 0., 1355 Mt. Vernon, Ave
*e agc I bad a -severe attack a
t .ry heumatism. and tho doc
lb iax4 m norood. Theychangcf
every wek end nothing ih hi
b emeem4 to help me. 'inail'
efftheir meftcine and b1ran tilt
*... Xyknarad elbow joint
Uswollenterribly, and at one time
\ -ere so swollen and painful
aenld not lose them when opened
gsttnr discour you may b
rbea I began B. S. .. but as I saw
elping me I continued it, and to
am a sound, well man and have
PP h~a l ar tr of the disease.
lcisctivity of the Liver Kidneys and
eo m causesthe refuse matter to remain
l & y*tem, which, coming in contact
M the different acids of the body
uric acid to be absorbed hy thi
an distributed to the different'
ad muscles, producing the pains
aon ant other distressing svymp
if Rheumatism. The wandering
of the disease remind the sufferer
tFhe poison is still! in the blood aun
Id lose no time in getting it out
L S. neutralizes the acid and makes
sleod rich and pure. It tones up
L IL and cures the diase perma-
'nntl. S S. S.
contains no
har'nful miner-
aS*s to disaglet
S abl y affect the
I system. but
ILY VESETABLE. while curingthe
Adlease builds
h y ~part of the body by its fine tonic
SBonk on Rheumatism and any
Il d dvice desired without charge.
Oit- T PECIFIC CO., Atasta, t .

Your Appetite

d then come to
the OMReliable



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is .........-V-"--"-..... ... ... ... .Seil., to The Jo. rn.,
S --- -- opyrighted In Green xes.ournal.
I" -.wCprgtdnGreBeulah, Sept. 13.-We are having
S ScCr, ecar, and Done Among r 135 Wh Go, Come SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARM lately showery weather Pere just noWv
1 LESS AS WATER. so that those that have hay to cut arc
S cnd Tarryvv-Women and Society, -Here and Elsewhere doing their best to guess on the
P weather, and they guess wrong just
as often as they guess right. The
S, p consequence is a lot of partially spoll-
- Mrs. W. S. Parramore. former vice ting cosily on the seat beside a young ed nay and some spoiled a:togeher.
pres-den* of the FPrida ).i-.on U. D. lady so handsome that it ma'e hs L, e Mr. A. J. Malone and tally. of Pen
r ('.. ant: a resider. of Maisn:i. has r,- h, ar' roll over. But duty was duty, sa E:o!a, have moved out to their farm
i :urned to h#-r ho-:e from a sai;nm-r ;:i and he remarked :n his most depre- .. here and will re:-ain here until the
Tennesr--e.-.lack nvi NIe Me rop:s. catory manner: erscare is ovr
l "I'm very sorry, but it's against to Mfever scare ll. ov.f Myrtle Grov
. Mr. Bco Blount. son of W. A rules to have dogs in the passenger spent a few days we thertdaughter,
,Plount. of Pensacula. was in Jackson- cars. spn a .. ays we d t
" vile yesterday, en route to his h,mc "Oh, my: is that so?" and she turned Mr. Thos Bis v. of East Bay, who
from a summer vacation spent in New up ;wo lovely brown eyes at him be-, has been visiting his brother, A .
York and New England.-Jackson s< echingly. "'What in the world wil! Busy, has been on the sick list sev-
71'.he MetropoIs. 1 do?".-s the pasT wepk, 1tit has re-
S-o e'll put him in a baggage ar gained his uua hcal. and can take
n Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Williams and and he'll be just as .appy as a robin his rations as usual which will he
t children left yesterday for Puiask,. in spring." good news to his many friends at
Tenn.. and later Mrs. Williams and *"What! put my nice white dog in ADINE FACE POWDER is corn- Bagdad and Milton.
North caroeina. Mr. Wi:liams will go i'tm awfully gerry, Miss, but the pounded and purified by a newly dis- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson are the
to Tallahassee and establish tenpor 'rules of this company are Inflexible." fuee s rof elvt aprancesa weaut ome rou paddna of ar b oy, wri
ar business H eaded u a Gra." know somebody will steal it," and she remains until washed off Ladies who the 8th of September.
Swl stea an use Nadine Face Powder are sure the Mr. John Hi.'st took a load of gar-
SMiss Hela and Ms. Eva Gozaz showed a half notion to cry that complexion will be soft and lovely at den stuff to the quarantine line yes-
cre spending September in Bohemia. nearly broke the conductor's heart; evening terda
"but he was firm, and sang out to thclose of the evening.. trday, also Mr. Win. Shelby and
but he was firmn and sang out to the THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED. others, and they report getting rid of
SMr. A. D. Alford is in re-eipt of a bLakeman: Buy one 50-cent green package of: it at satisfactory prices. The mer-
Sletter from his mother Mrs. I. B. Al "Here. Andy: take this dog over in- Nadine Face Powder, and if you arej chants take orders a; the line and de-
ford. who is in Madison Ind. giving to the baggage car. and tell 'em to not entirely satisfied, notify us and liver the goods so a person is not de-
the welcome news that she is muc:: take the bst kind of care of him." we will promptly reflnd your money. stained very long. and that beats go-
. better and getting nicey over the ef The young la'y pouted. but th Sold by all leading druggists, or mail ing without a whole lot.
fecne of 'her recent fall from a Luggy. 1rakecnan reached over and picked price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett,! Mr. Wm. Shelby has his press set'
Sthe canine up as tenderly as though prepared only by | up and will commence baling as soon
S Mrs. Kue.ser and family are spend it was a two-weeks-old baby, but as NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. as we get settled weather. I will go
;u a month in B-:temia. he dtid so a strange expression came this afternoon to help set up one for
,over his face, and he said hastily to Mr. Wiley Weaver. They are good
The many Penaro'Ila friends of Mrs the conductor: reconcile this assertion with the in- looking machines and no doubt they
C. C Cooley will be interested to i "Here. you just hold him a minute,"' junction of scripture, 'Whom God will do good work when the owners
learn that she is society editor o7 t'"and he trotted out at the car door and hath joined let no man put asunder'?" get used to using thom. Soon there
Jacksonville Metropolis during the held on to the 'brakewheel. "Your honor." responded the minis- will be baled hay on the Pensacola
vacation of Mrs. Bowen Daniel who The conductor no oductor no soner had his ter. with convincing gravity. "f am market from this section, so score a
is north., hands on the dtog than he looked quite satisfied that the A.tmighty never new industry for Beulah.
Saround for a hole to fall through. joined this couple." The fever scare has closed our Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McGuire are the "h-wh-why, this is a worsted' day school, Literary and Debating So-
,rtoud parents of a son born Wedne dog" KNIGHT-ANDREWS. city and religious meetings for the.
day mor..ng i"n ir," knaidow the miss, demuely?" A pretty but quiet wedding tok place present, but we are all hopeful and
Mr. Dav Harion and mother ie t you know on the at the home of Mrs. Knight in Colu-m have faith that the health officers
Mrs. David Harrison and mother He laid the dog down on the own-t bus, Ga., on Wednesday night 'Sept. 6 with the assistance of the people wl!l
Mrs. Rosenstein have gone to Cin es lap. and walked out on the plat. hen her son, Mr. William Knight win out.
cinnat i. form. where he stood half an hour in and Mrs. A. E. Andrews of this city Uncle John Wilson is making some
the cold. trying to think of a hymn- were united in marriage. Mrs. An- needed repairs on the hard road and
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. deLanneau are tune to suit the worst sold man on the drews had been spending the past few is doing good work wherever he nts
Ithe happy paren-s of a fine son born I high Valley road.--Our Dumb weeks with the Misses Knight, and worked. He is a verve conscientious
Tuesday night, and havt named him Animals. while there the young people decided man and will not squander the peo-
,Arthur lRo.v. THAT'S HOW. to get married. Mrs. Andrews has pie's money by fooling around, but
ST ... r L nimany friends in this city who unite in will give value in work for all money
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coleman and Mrs. rank Leslie says women wishing her much happiness, received.
children left yesterday for Cincinnati should not marry until they are 28.; i
where Mr. Coleman will leatv h s Editor Bok thinks men should marry! A Social Failure
family whiie he visits the eastern before they are 25. How in the Lake City Index: The party at Mr. FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
markets. name of gracious, can this difference S. G. Sinard's on the 30th of August The feeling of impending doom in
be compromiseo" exclaims the was a failure. There wasn't abut two the minds of many victims of Bright'd
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pillingim and Manatee River Journal. That's easy girls and eight boys present, and two disease and diabetes has been chang-
IsIster Miss Lena FPiHinglm are at their Just remember that neither of them of the boys were drinking so they ed to thankfulness bv the benefit ae-y
summer home at Brent for the fall followed their own suggestions could not harived frm taking Foley's Kidne
could not have danced If there hadr
months. OTEN AMNALY been enough girls to ond. Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's
SOFTEN LAMENTABLY diabetes and even in the worst cases
Tallahassee Capital- Miss Gene- EVIDENT REASON. Order Blue Ribbon ~non and Va. gives comfort and relief. Slight dis-
vi0ve Parkhill. the charming daughter One of the witnesses called in a nilla Extracts today. Your grocer has orders are cured in a few days. "I
of Juage OCharles B. Parkhill has re- Chicago divorce case last year was a them. .. had diabetes in its worst form," write'
turned from a delightful trip to Bu', hghly-respected clergyman in the Marion Lee of Dun ,ilth. frid *"'
rope and joined her parents at the Windy City, says Harper's Weekly. ANIMAL ANIMUS tried eight physicians with relief. Only
capital. Miss Parkhill will be a According to one of the counsels l a three bottles of Folwe s ridenf. L nu
charming addition to TalHahassee so- the case, the following conversation made me a well man." W. A.
city. took place between the judge and min.- Ways In Whih WIID.-tes show D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe
i j sister. Said his honor: Their fCotempt e k cary.
_ .. .... .... ........ .. ..W i ola,, h,-- ,a . ... . c ryI

a t vyour cu i es aU ays NO DOGS ALLOWED 'Dr. Blank, if you were on thi
,ON THE CARS. bench in my stead. and were acquaint
*i .ea Y I belong to the it happened the other day on tne ed with all the circumstances of thi.
I high Valley railroad. The train case, would you grant this divorce?'
had just left EXaston, and the conduc-1 "Assuredly I would, your honor.
U tor was making his first round, when; rpliea' the clergyman, without the
he- observed a small white dog with a least hesitation.
a goodp shape and only char-p bushy tall and bright black eyes sit- "But," said the judge, "how do you
*m 1dolar per month. Why don't
Sblen? Just ring up Phone 675 and c T
i Malcolm White your name, or The Journal s Daily Fashion Feature
o maene Reese at Johnson's store.

ar lettd of




The Star Steam
17 F. Garden St. Phone 114.
Pensacc:a. l a

Wls Re-opened About Oct. 1st

's Too Hot to

Cook Dinner

at Home.

4'a se 't il'ikt r

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Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
140 S.Palafox. Phone 999


Sets of rcve-rs are sm.ong 'h : shut,:er scams afford the requisite
of th 'a:er r: ...:I n:,,.,- an,! wh f,'i f1'1i s. an'! tis i, then arranged in
these are a. iei to a p.a:n acarm:'-, i' -:ri:i. fashion. :hio folds crossing at
canbe madeto take on an air of drrt-- :'- was-'i!no Tihe seeve is a very
iness that will improve It rmfih',i. full r (--ss bishop mo iel, the insertion
The b'ouse of the picture is made (of a f the dress shield being especially de-
dull blue u'nen, in one of the ChirP s:rab'e in the closer armhole that fig
shades. There is a little collar an I ures in the later cut. The broad rev-
chemis~et fasehiond of rows rof va' err that are fashioned with a collar'
tnciennes insertion whipped together drop in the back are applied separaoe-
in rowti to form a V; and the blouse ly and edged with a double row of
cs ,,t on- at the throat to display this lace, with insertion for heading, a sinm-
,.:r' ': effect. Deep tucks in thel ilar trimming appearing on the cuff.

. ways of showing their contempt for Screened and Fumigated.
humankind," said an artist who has Pon's Barber Shop on East Govern
made a specialty of modeling animals. meant street has been thoroughly
"Every one has an idea that ele- screened with fine wire and i-
e phants become tame and even fond of now mosquito proof as well as coo
people, but this is alti tther wrong. and comfortable. The place has beer
1 They are easily trained, but are never thoroughly fumigated and is in every
' tamed. They are docile just so long as way in frst-class shape. You are in
the keeper has his goad In his hand or vited to call at the only screened bar
the memory of a burning endures. I her shop in the city.
had proof of this one day while model-
ing one of the elephants in a big ani- Surf Bathing Abroad.
mal show. I was sitting In his stall. Unlike Americans. Englishmen pre-
with my modeling stand, not knowing fer to have their surf bath before
that on certain days he was given an breakfast. They slip out of their
extra allowance of chain. Suddenly he rooms and into the surf as a sort of
flung his trunk around with such force duty and prefer a buff~ath, or one
that it smashed the stand to bits and without the incumbrane "of a bathing
sent me a dozen feet outside the stall. suit, if they can be permitted to enjoy
"He never forgot his failure to finish it. With them the bath, even in the
me, and soon afterward he expressed breakers, is more of a duty than a pas-
his dislike In a more vulgar if less dan. time, as it is with the French and
gerous manner. As I worked I heard Americans. Neither do the people of
him make a loud sucking noise, but continental Europe enjoy the pleasures
suspected nothing. At last when he of the surf with the same avidity as
had his mouth quite full of saliva he marks the summer day along the
blew it toward me. American coast. There is more or less
"This is not only a trick of elephants, of custom or fashion to dicta. to the
but of other animals as well, as I have temporary dwellers along the seashore.
learned to my sorrow. Camels have
the same habit, and wuile working Enough to Kill lo.
near a camel one day I was treated to The Greek room is usually not a
a shower of finely chewed cud." place for humor, nor is the professor
This sculptor and other artists agree of Greek at the College of the City of
that the cat animals have a different I New York a very humorous person.
I mode of attack. There seems less of. Nevertheless the following joke was
spite and more of real bate In their sprung on him. The class had just re-
method. Sculptors usually place their turned from the chemistry room. where
modeling stands as close to the bars as they had bravely listened to a dis-
possible. This same one was once coursee on the elements. The Greek
working close to a tiger's cage, with lessn was commenced with a history
the beast Inside lying very quiet, ap- of Io and her endless wanderings. Fl-
parently asleep. Without even raising nally Professor T;sdall asked, "What
his eyeballs the big cat struck e- did Io die of?" A student who had been
tween the bars with his heavy forepaw, awAkened by the question gasped out,
splintering the stand and sending the "Iodide of potassium."
clay in wads on the floor. The artist, i
warned by a sixth sense developed by A doitd hfnliAtat
those who are much about animals, I"And what dld my little darling do
those who are much about animals,In school today?" a Chago mother
had jumped back just in time to es- n school today?" a Chicago mother
cape.-New York Heratd. asked of her young son, a "second
c grader."
"We bad nature study. and it was
BITS FROM THE WRITERS. my turn to bring a specimen," said
The simple life does not need lentils Evan. w ht did
"That was nice. What did you do?"
or cellular clothing. It needs those "I brought a cockroach in a bottle,
--. things, gratitude and humility.- and I told teacher we had lats more,
Chesterton. and if she wanted I could bring one
S'*e wore far too much rouge last every day."

night and not quite enough clothes.
That is always a sign of despair In a
woman.-"Sebastian Melmoth."
Keep your head on your shoulders.
It's bound to rest on some one else's
occasionally. Still, keep it mostly on
your own.-"A Pagan's Love," by Con-
stance Clyde.
If you feel that you've really got to
tell a secret, go somewhere where it's

A I.ong Felt Want.
Flannery--What's the matter wid ye,
Finnegan-Tis near kilt I was be
fai!ln' down an open coal hole.
Flannery-Well, well, 'tis too bad
they can't invint a coal bhoe thot'll stay
shut whin it's open. Philadelphia

dark an' you'll be alone. Then keep
your mouth shut.-"The Middle Wall," One Good.
by Edward Marshall. "You say he is a financial wreck.
Not that marriage is so beautiful, but Then why Is it that he appears so
it Is necessary a girl should find that happy?"
out for herself, so that she can turn her "Well, I guess his credit' sto poor
mind peacefully to other thiugs.--A that be can't even borrow trouble."-
Pagan's Love," by Constance Clyde. Cleveland Leader.





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The best college in the South for young ladies. Unsurpassc'd advantages
in music and a-t under teachers who have s:udied in America and Europe.
Sewing. cooking and industrial arts taught young women. Phy,. .cal culture )a
a gymna-ium equipped with apparatus. swimming pool. etc required under
the direction of an experienced lady teacher. The only tr.at Normal School
foi- Women support.td by the State of Florida, offering pr .'.-;snal one-year
courses, kindergarten training, anlfour-yeir norrrmi. coirs",s 'ealingtothe
degree of L I A'vanced college courses of equal s'an'lina wiih the Univer.
s'ty leading to. degree of B. A.. B. S.,M. A.. and M. S. Tsit:'on is free. Board
nominal. For catalogue, and further particulars. write A. A. MURPHREE,

Dumas' Scheme.
Alexandre Dumas, Sr., was once vis-
iting his son, who at that time lived in


a villa near Paris. They sat in a tiny Embracing rti,, follow!-'g subjects:
scrap of a garden behind the house Larngua.-e ,.r,:l iteraure-- fou,.
under the one small tree it contained. year (litrspe lhadinlg to the ,Iegres of
bachelor of Arts, Gr,-ek is not re-
It was a broiling hot day, and Dumas, qui-ed, but is off-rel as an elective
who was very stout, said to his son: throu.ho-it tlhe curse.
"I am suffocating with the Intense II. General Science-Divided Inta
heat." three ouirses. i. ('he:iiical course;
"What shall I do, father?" Mathematical cour e NanLural History
"Suppose you open your chamber course. No G-,-k anl ,;nly entrance
window and let a little air Into the Latin is require I in the-e courses. All
garden," replied old Alexandre, with :our-year courses
gravity. III. Agricultr--e-Four-c;ar and two,
year courses.
One Bxeetlen. IV. Engine-r.nz--Four-year course
"No," declared Mr. Nagget, "there in Mechanicai. Civil and Electrical
never was a woman on earth who Enginfering. a: -) a two-year course
could refrain from turning around to : Mechanics. N> Ia'i or Greek 4
rubber at some other woman's clothes." '"equiredo in III. or IV. The full course
"No?" replied his wife sweetly. uno er ,ll lean tothe
"Didn't you ever hear of Eve?"-Phila- Cures to a ('co-ificate of Proecienoy.
delphia Press. V. Pharmacv-A full two-year co"u
Ito be begin In September, 19".
How She Took It. VI. Norma.-T.,roe courses for
Adolphus Hunt-Don't you think It teachers: A one-year course leading tu,
would be a noble thing for you to do 'a certificate, A three-year course lead.
with your wealth to establish a homes. iIng to an L. I Diplona; A four-year
for the feeble minded? Miss Riche--- course leading 'o the degree of Bach*.
Oh, Mr. Hunt. this is so sudden!: or of Pedagogy.
An ampl- corps of competent tnejs-
Wome s. ers. A high ct.rriculurn-Expeads in-
Wi. including board,. $120 to $150 per year,
Many a lady smuggles who would no Fa:l term opens September 27, 1906
more tip her ball into the better posi- Send' for Catalogue.
tion at croquet than she wutiki cut a ANDREW SLEDD, PresidetL
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The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements

Si i **r -* iP^ X NVo Ewtasw-n-t tM -w -- t9-n *8- X -ly .te. by the ,weuth.

FOR RENT-Cottage with oath and
gas, 1107 E. Cervantes. two blocks
from car line. Apply to H. W. Gibbis,
at Forbes store. 13seplw*
1OR. RENMT -12 room bhose, corner
Rayne and Wright streets. Apply
Wt. S. Garfield. 27aug.
FOR RENT.--Small farm 1 block out-
side city limits on county hard
road, with six room house; wind mill;
water pipes in yard and all through
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
M. McClellan. at First National Bank.
Pensacola. 2augim
FOR RlNT-Lorraine House, corner
Hayn and Belmont streets. Apply
'W. S. Garleld. 12jul
FOR RNrT.--adeaeC lately o,>1
cuWed by Dr. W. S. Hal, No. 111 W.
LalRa street. Apply to R. M. CaM.
4S S. Palalox street. 7 eTim
FOR RENT-Twety-room house co"0
ner Barracks sad Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. K. J. Moreso. 216 Bst Zarra-
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WAlen'D.-Young lady desires er
masent private board. State terms
Address P. 0. Box 134. 14 sep.
IWANTIE>-Pard by oo ple without
Children; location must be in edge
of city and near car line. Address
"'Lwia," care Journal. 10ep3
Keep oar system in good conditioM
and you need net fear any disease
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale ad retail, by J"a
WANITD.-To rent or buy improved
plae, not more than 8 miles north
or aorthwet of Pensacola. wtth 15 to
25 acres of land In cultivation. -as
tine Hufto, Holts, Fla. septim'
KING & HUAL, contracting painters
and decorators. F16e varnishing
and finishing. Sign palsting a spe
ciaity. Residence phone_249. 29aug.
inr. Laura W, Creary will resume
agency for the Winona mills hisery,
and solielts the patronage of all form-
er customers. If interested in good
bosiery send postal card and she will
call with samples, or phone 147.
WVA&TiD.-You to know that you can
buy nice, clean old papers at this
offeie eheap.
V,-ANTE.-ELverybody to know that
our Blend of Coffee may be imitated
tut can't be equaled. New Orleans
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop.
,VANT -.~The public to know that
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of
kFlorida. New Orleans Grocery Co.
.&as. McHugh. Prop. aug20
ElOOMURS WANT) at No. 17 West
laRua Street city. '!anuVW
M'ANTED.-Tbh Merchants Transml
Co. wants your moving md a&&AL.
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor.
en. Prop. Phone 78. I1junelm.
We want everybody to know that we
are wholeale and retail grocers and
still at the old stand. New Orleans
Grocery Co, Jan. McHugh, Prop.

A---Tear" eoctric work of all
klada. LMt ceaa your fas. re-
pair your dynamo, do your wiring. etc.
Fhone 57e. Peammoola electric Co,
corer Iateadeacl and Baylen asreet.

WAiTIAaD-Hauling and traasafr
work. Ofce phone 363. Residenoe
mome 3M. Acosta White. -U N.
aiagos -- 26mumch
IJTie >-Orteru (for The Journars
apoil Peasacola and Panama Caal
titales. which wilU shortly appear.
W agtait half-tone pictures of city.
hab!r and special scenes. 15 cents.
Lave orders at Journal oece.
WAJ Th.D--Seonae-flnd Cora, Oat
and cottoa seed meal esacks. Out of
tows shipments solicited. Write us.
F. S. Melims & Co. S marehim
A. K. tAtaxAM waste your moving
ad aUaing. *e guarantees all break
-- 11 left

i i

WANTED-Energetic man in each
county to post signs, advertise and
distribute samples; salary $18 weekly.
$~ per day for expenses; honesty and
sobriety more essential than experi-
ence. National Co., 720 Chestnut t..
Phlladelpbia. Sept 13-16
I WANTED.-First-class teacher for
first assistant teacher's place iu
Chipley High School. Address Prof.
L. D. McRae, Chipley, Fla.

d WANTED.-Agents make $6 daily sell.
ing the cheapest and most perfect
SWater FIltpr ever Invented. tietai'.
at $2.00. Big profit. Exclusive terr:.r
story. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo.
12sept l( t*
4 WANTED.--Cook, one who can milk
preferred. Apply to Mrs. J. W.
Coons, No. 1375 E. Gadsden street.
SWANTED.-A first class cypress saw-
yer to operate a Cha!loner Power
3:achhne. Address the J. J. McCar-
,ki.! Co.. Freeport, Fla. 10sept3t
SWANTED.-Smart young man able to
influence large orders for well
known brands of whiskies. Address
With .particulars; references awll
term-. W. Hughes, 7 Corps Buildin;,
Preesons Row, Liverpool, England

I WANTPED.-Trustworthy man to man-
age branch office and distributing d,-

HeMp Wented


ANTB.-Artc cypress shBln- A ROAIN
gle sawyer to operate a Challoner KARGA I
Power Machine. Address the J. J. Mc-1
Caskill Co., Freeport, Fla. 14sept3t'

W-ANTED.-Cotton weigher. Experi-
enced man preferred. Apply Marks
& Gtyle, 507 Thiesen Building.

For Sale.
CRXCKEi WMEAT produces "s
Makes fowls especially we flavored
The cheapest food to be fomud. F.
Mellen & Co.. Phone C4. loet

Will buy this week a new well onilt
house, including 3 lots, all fenced, sit-
uated on corner 2 blocks from car line
in West End; nicely painted and hard
oiled on inside.
$10,000.00 to Loan at 7 and 8 per

FOR SALE OR RmN i.-Black top
tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for par- YOUR BUSINESS SOLICTED..
ties to camp out of town. Address P.
0. Box 446, city.

house and 120 acres of good land
located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to-
gether or separately. Terms reason-i
able. House may be rented temper-!
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's ot-
fice. 3 sept.

Have a Definite Object!

Evay mm should have some definite object
inview. Thereis nooneobject for which
a whole family can save with so mch zest as

For a Home.

The thought of the future joy softens every
eCmny. Money paid on a home is an ever-
present security and

Does Away With Rent Days,
We can start you right.

Pensacola Investment Co.
& M. fWAs E. Of y NamaMsM.M
W. LI SWK t, roiMsEs. R.L FSOM, Secretary.
L.L. ITJAEVAwrm. a BS6.Mar. mKNWLUS HYER, Trmsurmr.

I15 Seoth Palefx Street, Pensacola, Florida.

FOt SALE.- I am Florida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
Vault Fixtures of all descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Safe ani
Lock Company of Cincinaati, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and


200 Theisen Bld'g


doing business at 204% 8. Palafox St.
and not running frOm fever. Rents
collected. Real estate bought and
We advise you to stay in town, but
whether you go or stay let us collect
yodr rents.
Everything in the real estate busi-
ness receives prompt attention.


Money to Loan.
DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
amounts from $500.00 up? We have
$10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent. <
interest. Those. C. Watson & Co. Gauz.,

MO.NST TO iN--na goog rea r m
tate security, or on good collateral.
at lowest rate. Lesle a Broos.
Fisher building. "a

MONEY LOANE~D caany andan
W oA 09PsrsoaalPPrOertY, payable
meeklyf MM@UtY.l.Wheyou nSeeoo
money. Lee we. J. A-. Wlic- 221% W.
cloerneatstreet. alUbury bullitnic

FOR SALE-One lot of fine show room I. Idee
cases, especially adapted for mlt .MON LOANAD on good _
linery purposes or for drug store; t S, ats ity a L s *sy mo&
also one lot of counters and fine -"l0 a Oa
French plate glass mirrors. E. L. sn
Reesr 118 South Palafox. 2sep "g
FOR SALr-At a sacrtIce, furniture MONET LOANED on all kinds of pe r
store, stock and accounts. Cal at *oal M property on short not
13-140 E. Inteadencia. gjI Terms eay J. W. Dullard, utairs
.-..'7 :- .... ,- 9-. Sonth Palafox St.. Phon, 1144

L..........A.... Vs FOR S .e sc lOk on top ..
terms before buying elsewhere. S ar- .FOR8ALZ-..nento icboc o --
'Itt Moreno, Pensacola, ql I of tae bredee 7thof the electric noy
2tt Moreno, Pensoo, railway, between 7th and 8th streets. UNLIMITD amuun L B 01 Mon ry ,oa
u . Nature has favored this section and It on aUll kinds of personal property
FOR SAL--Soda fountain, stock of cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. Special rate to buaiaes ms on large
confectioneries and cigars, located PLUTOI PLUTO0 loanL Tbe New Tork L aa Co.S),AM
on Palafox street. Can be had at bar- Keep Pu tOm In good Condition nsut h N okLta
gain if purchased at onbe. ApplyE.. an your seed not fear any disease.
cambia Realty Ce. 5iaug. luto, he great stomach healer, for 0a1hmmIls PawnShn.s
FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4 sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.
rooms and hall) between Palax Mugh. ON 40 PALAFOX ST.OND
iand Baylen streets on Jordan St.. elt K A -1--room o*, corner MO s CaiTO nWRiN ON DIAMONds
near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap- 3 blo from Palafox. lot O weoltW security at lowest rate c
ly J. W. West at Saunders Mill. n1 r o aie. For particular I- 1hterestL argala In unredeemed
22auglm* quire of Stan&drd Clothing Co.
Mi)R SALE.-Old' papers only 10 cents 29 Jan. C C
per hundred. Good for wrapping "FR SALE CHEAP-My three-year-. 1 A f to loan, in amounts of
paper and to put under matting. All old Berkshire herd toar, Dukb at U U 00.00 and up at 7 and 8
clean and nice. Journal office. Forida, No. 6.,923. Also some fine per cent. interest. Thos. C. Watson
Do you value your health? It so, young pigs. ,slx-;months-old boar, aU & Co. 6aug
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" registered and transferred. Carl Set-
and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery terlind. Chipley. Fla. l8jly
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. ___aug 30 10Rk SACl.-tWO pair extra fine Miscellaneous
We have been with you in Pensaco- young mules. sound and In gbod ""-
la since 1874, and still intend to stay condition.Also- one 2-horse Stude AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Anti-
with you and serve you with the best baker waMn.,W, S. Garfield. June. Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures
of groceries at lowest miar- FOR- SALE--Ieautlful block *in New to stay cured. It is a Lood tonic, a
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery City. TractNo.312. For cash $600. good liver regulator. You need it at
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 Apply to A. M,,McMillau, Court Housa. this time of the year. On sale at a&L
GROW GINSENG. Large profits. laug druggists, or at Lewis & Co., blast
GROW GINSENG. Large- profits. laug Government street. Price, 50c.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale. IOR SALE--Kill the germs of fever- 13seplm.
Write today for literature. Bucking- order a barrel of slack lime to-day.
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. Phone 367. 4uglm My wife having left my bed and and
13aug3mos. I board, I am no longer responsible for
FOR SALE-South haf block 211,1 any debtsaencurred by her. iVaul
fronting 400 feet on 1th street, by od Ro mS. Peters, Hard Road, Goulding.
1 71A feet on Bay VIew Park: aln '' 12sept1w*

rot for large manufacturer. Salary to south half of block 2t2, fronting 400
start with, $1500 frst year, and extra feet on 14th St., by 1373 feet on Bay
commissions and expenses. Applicaut View Park. The only p operty adjoin.
must have good references and $1000 ing Bay View Park that is now for
cash, capital secured. Experience un ale. The beautiful view down the
necessary. Address "Manufacturer,', bayou and down the bay can never be
2I 1 West Atwater St, Detroit, Mich. obstructed A. V. Clubbs. 30jly
Sept. FOR SALE.-My residence on ICast
WANTED-TheK peopi o Hill, either including whole blo*k
WANto ED-sThe pwo nple i f Peasaco of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
Want Ads solve the problem for quarter block of five lots. Apply at
SThey are exper: dtectives.t ad canmy office, Thiesen Building for furth-
fin$ the man you are lookt,afd ora er particulars. C. W. Hagerman.
he is included Ia the zS2.O Ie'm j4auglm
people ahicm makes the popu:. ( FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room
Pensacola. house at Goulding; large yard.

Any Intelligent person may earM a
good Income corresponding for news-
pamers; no canvaslang; eXperlewe
unnecessary. Send for p.-ular.
Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport.
N. Y. 13june3m
WANTED-Agents in different coun-
ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe
and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Pron:
Safes and Vault Fixtures ot every
description. Write me for terms.
S carr-t Moreno. Pensacola, Fla.. Flor-
ida State Agent 28june.
BAY HOTL-Open night and day.
European plan. Rooms Light and
clean. Trantlent trade solcted. 9s75
7> SoutM PalafoO. JoE. S. Nkolau.

shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet
well and outhouses. A good bargain.
Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla.
22 aug3wl
FOR SALE-Second-hand caan regis-
ter In perfect condition. Will .sel
cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can
be seen at James McHugh's 22mca

Refugees From1Pensacola

can place their property in our hands for
Collection of Rents, Pay-
moent of TaxOS, keeping it prop-
erly Insured or Disposing of
same. Wo are hre to Stay,
fevor or no fever, and any busi.

ness entrusted with us

will receive

caretul attention.
Correspondence solicited.

Thos. C. Watson & Co.,

Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agents,

Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.

-kA -A AA *a A- A-Af~.t-'A-'A"AWik

LOST.-Coat from No. 900 E. LaRua
street, south on 9th ave. to Wright
street, thence to Palafox, north to
Saunders Mill, on Hard Road. Prob-
ably contained some valuable papers;
If found return to Journal office and
get reward. 9sept.

Professional Diredory.



Attorneyat Law.
405 Thiesen Building,

PHONE 359.

At torneyand Coummsellr at Law
1*8 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Room 500 Thlesen Bid. Phone 784

Fisher Building, *04l/ South Palafox

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There will be a meeting ( thlt
body on the first and third lfreias-l
days of each month at 7:30 A. m. J&|'
delegates are requested to be p-
W. L. DELAY, Prewlde .
Secretary. |

meaoma Lodge No. 3. K. at 1,
me"s every W"oaday ele sngt tI
e ck at their CMU*a HaL, usLd
Watson bnilda,, eorn flafox
6rden streets VistMig brethrem
4J64, welcome.
B. HOUaL.e L of L. a
athbose Lod"
to .of P..= men
TIursday evemiag a
"0. oeck In tboel
ha, 1. t, SleOW.
Pts=m bulndin& m
vwept corner PaiJft i
Garem streets Vaisting hal
coridauy weoBe4.
J. AVy, L .ofRA &I
Knights of Columbus.
meetings ai t .-
iKnights of Coloubw
are held at their ha%4
L No. Wet Inteadew I
eia street, on w
Monday evening
7:30 o'clock, Aa &
vitation Insztemn
to visiting Knights.
JOHN B. JOwal,
oDM. rOX, Grand Knal~.

PHONE 525.

FOR ILENT.-F-rnished rooms out- .AN T IN- OJ J TI l
side of infected district. Apply too PIANO TUNING. DR. JNO. R. LLIJ
805 W. Belmont street, city. I worked at this 14 years in Mobile .
12septlw* Ala. I will satisfy you In price and DOWntiSt
ROOMS AID. BOARD-Several large ast Gregof wor. St.,Pen C Sco tt,2 Room Brent Building. Phone,
rooms for rent with or without board 29augl' "

directly on water iront, suitable ror
light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret- Old newspapers
tinger, Fisherville. Phont 933. things. You can
9seDt. cheap by calling

WANTED.-A few boarders In private
family; convenient to railroad snops
and On street car line; large rooms,
with privilege of use of baths and tel-
ephone. Address D. C. S., care Jour-
nal. 24auglm
PARTIES who want to rent house
teams or anything else for teat
matter, will And The Journal Want
Ads a great help.


Go TO IUK'0N sotr al&U ises alma. POUND.-A few days ago, a package
Camera loaded and unloaded tree of letters and papers were found;
of clsrge. He makes best photo also certificate of discharge for J. W.
graphs in Ae south. U yeats a lIse. Kanen. Owner may have caem by
er. 13Jan. paying for this ad.
WALL TINTS by experts; results FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H.,
guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice. Phone marked with a crop and split and u-.
45 ___ 12julylm der bit in one ear and over square in
YOR SALE.-Shingles and wood. -Mill other. Owner can obtain same by ap.
just west of Musoogee wharf. C. L. plying to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, Fla.
Creighton. 10sept2m! 25auglm*

are good for many
get lots of them
at this office.




California and Northwest
Chicago, Omaha, St. Louis and Kansas
City is the

Union Pacific
and connections, with through sleeping
One-way colonist rates on sale from
September 15th to October 31st. 1905
To California, Oregon, Washington.
Montana, Utah, etc.
Special round trip rates to Califor-
nila and the Lewis & Clark Exposil
tion at Portland, Oregon, until Sep-
tember 28th.
Ask for through rate from your
station and secure literature. In-
formation freely given.
General Agent,
13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
0. W. ELY, T. (P. A.

Walter S. Hooton.

AemooIa LOfge No. 4, 1. 6 6
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L O P.
me-ts every Thursday evening .t
at the new hall on Wet o'irf
street. VsitinP brethren ear"
nuttted._ T. 0. SN

NmAmi LOd0 NOM 10. Rebeft 11A
ter oeets very Monday, t at
S o'clock to L 0. 0. ?. B W
itUg sisters cordially lvHiteltNd .i
present- MRS. S. DeTIHAYL

B. A. No. 81 meets flr t w

ive Oak Camp No. 1, W. O' a
meets in Pythian Hall lot and
Wednesday in each month. Viblah
sovereigns oWdlally navited.
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grrve, No. 1
Woodmen Circlp meets last Thurshd*
of each month at 3:30 p. m., 3rd ltoy-F
WLtsun building, southwest coMe'
Palafox and GardPn streets. Vlutl V
sovereigns cordially Invited. Mrs. W.'
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. O!JaI

p St. Am .
W Stl, m$iuip I&
Bicydes, Bicycle Suies ,r TEASR TArAUPON
nd 11 W. Q. BARROW, Miter.
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type COLA. CARRABELLE. A#&
writers, Guns, Pistols. Loks and Urn DREWS, MILLVlLLL

brellas repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives,
ts.. sharpened.
Most complete line if keys in the
Try Hooton's Messenger Service
when in a hurry to send messages.
PHONE 11233

S ---

Mey ye9 me= sa" s 5s"k. fe tratm
the ame mauftta, emas~eglag
homge industry, meiriute toe bae
.lab. ad leave yw amr t ye

And all points on St. Andrewa b s
Carrabelle and Apalauhicela.
leave Pensacola Sunda., *:30
. for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tu*sda0 5.39 06
m. for St. Andrews, Mllvhlie. Ap, A
lneaicola. Carrabelle and intermed4i&j
points. .. *
For additional fomiatlon a y S* .
Gen. Frt and Pass. Ag ,

Manufetarers of
and Dealers In

FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft. long
10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught.
speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber
gasoline engine in good order; %ill
seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice '
taken at once. W. A. Smith, 238 W.
Government St. ISauglm

ance for traveling public. Daily ser-
vice each way. Pro Chlpley to Day-
head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley.
ga. i34moh
RMAL 3STATU in all parts of city.
You bny the gronad and we will
build your hOus o0 lo time pay.
ments D. Hale WUeSa & Oa
tAILoRNG-B- L Diamond, Tailor.
Gent's clothing cleaned, preed and
repaired on short notice. No 11%
West Government St., Pensaoola. M .
CENTS per head, we will haul out
dead horses, cows, ec. Leave orders
at. 1S6 Sat Intendencla. Herring
Bros. eb
J. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 otA
Palafto street. Orders taken for
tents, awnings, camp stools and house
cors. etc. Prices reasonable. 81jan

bmcOM0tANu FUKN*ITUHE Hous. . fe.
hold Articles, Jewelry a&d any sale
able Article wanted. We pay ash
tor IL Address P. Ba M City. __
MS deto


FOR RENT Let us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We Intend to

stick by the post of our duty and make the Interest of our
clients our first consideration. Do not lose faith In your In-
vestments or sacrifleo your home. Pensacola real estate Is
worth as much to-day as It ever was. We offer

A Nice Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for $7 0 S
per month, house In first-class cndton, . 0 V 2

A Six-Room House on East Belmont street, a nice home, at #-1400
Money at the lowest market rates of Interest on Improved or
vae at real estate.


206 South Palsaex Street. Phone 7.

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And Cotrinences the Work of
Caring for the Sick of
the City.

The relief committee appointed" at a
recent jo.nt meeting of the Chamber ot
Commerce and City Council. hel-d a
meeting yesterday, when plans were-
wtapped out and arrangements made
for the coannencement of this impor:
ant work. The members of the comr
mittee are Dr. Pierpont. chairman: D.
Hale Wilson. secretary. C. C. Good-
man, W. B. Ferr.ss and Henry S
A large number of persons who arc
Swilling to nurse yellow fever patients
sent in their names, and these are re

John W hite qluJe't to report tor diiuy to Dr. PiePr
John W hite point at the earliest possible mniont
I All members of the commit ee hav,
A er to M nm Mid Boy been furni aed with passes through tn<
7S. Pal i'ected district, and they will k e-;
:in close touch with ;he si:ua'i n, ant
Ptmw 225. where they find a nurse is nee.tled or.
will be supplied. Persons who de.sir<
the services of a nur -e and who ar(
Swilling to pay for same. may pro-
cure one or more b, applying :o this
VS YOUR HAULING TO Icommittee, but where they are not able
S, to pay the nurse wil: ou tfurnished free
us ITlad rUA bv the committee.
Tr e coolVV' All requests for mosquito nets. dis
infectants. provisions, etc., may be
r. Ttmadv to D. Hale Wilson or any memr
UM6 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION bwr of the committee.
--- Yesteroay the committee found some
1AL ATTENTION GIVEN TO families who were sorely in need of
WAI1AGE DAY OR NIONT. food. which was suplied them.
--- Secretary Wiison stated last night
PHONE 9*7. t.ha: from observations made by the
P. O. OX m7. embers of the Relief Committee
__ conditions were found to be much bet
i tes than was expected, and that ith.
lihititillfIi I i work of the .imalth authorities should
N seen to be appreciated, as It had
Been done in a most efficient manner,.
b Before adjourning the cornmitte+e
T rd--- discussed every phare of the situa-
tion in order uhat all might he
thorouphh familiar with the work un-





S ke and Be A Montgomery spc,-ial says: Back
to the fchie of r e country fur
L which :ts f,);owe)rs' fought and T1an'
d of tnem di ,i. has come the torn a'tl
5 Latltreid flag of the Eigh'een:h A;a;,a-
-- _-- ma infantry., Confederate States of
America. long In the hands ,f 'ho.-e





who were one enemies of its follow-
ers. but now, fortnnate.:-, brothers ot
a reanited county.
Captured late in the war of the six-
ties. the flag has b-en in the posses-
sion of the Nurvivors of ihe l'ni(.'i
armiy and of lato- years in the Miliiar.-
Ser'i'ce its' .;uton rn'-^uii ,of t.he
United States. Governors Island. N.
Y. It was roturne-l through the et-
fort; of Dr. Thomas M. Owen. directo-
of the Alabama department of archives,
and history. and is now a part of his
valuable and historic banner collec-

IGAR 5 A Fascinatbng Story.
CIGARS. The psory of the finding anl return
of :'s flag i's of :he greatest inte--
Y ONE I )est. Severa; mon'l. aeo a lady of
SINw Orleans, visiting in New VYoik
and sight-sep .n: non Govternor's l>.':n'
d'.- 're.e iie flag in the nmuse''u.
Sh. w',,te of i: to (Gn. George P. Har-
r .sn. commmr.andot .f th.- Alabama :li-
ision o(f t.h.e Uni;cd (Confedrate Vt -
Is a erans. Who s,.t :ti le'r at once *o
Dr Thomas M. Ow. n. hLad ol the his
'to'\ d partnent. Dr. Owen. who ha;
CO a thorough kn SI oin< at such tinte<. wrote to asc'r
'ta n :f the bann ,.- ouil be secured.
Ag nt-. anid was gratiflei :o I, abi,, to inter-
e-' th.- ownrs of in ;s rte:urn. The
-l -UI. I fi-. ll-A4ll mt .,S iai ,'-r wa, tI'-r ;' -en h by r( eg ,, .
.oernor w':- :hi re:' ;hf" th.e o, l ,n- -
im ni of 'r !'ravtr' of her,> camnie
IdvertimIts. |,in l,!a,- andi 1i now rev -r-,-v shown
t o t;Iose who care to : -, al ni l ]ving;'.-
:.. .,^nmiia County, handle its ',rn and raste si folls. On
V,.. c < ";1 Judge o: it is .insriled the firs; h-ee battle,
ol ;mto which it was ar "'Shiloh,"
-.1, ..F,.... ..armlng-ion' and B acrk.anl.

Uch' )II R", 10 ('01::" 10!" Ae
of (-in),,: :' t e-n th i' :Jl- of
Wavic -coh: ate of sil
qDL vIi-'--n.-:. tis are thero-


re. to c-. a- : a:ni'-h a:: and ,in Of Cho'era Morbus with One Small
mtar tit' k:T; -,. i i, an red::,>-rs ,,f sa, Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
c e- ~. n O :' ''re ;ti&- Chclera and Diarrhoea Rem-
rt. o .. day edy.
ptenle' \ i- .....-,. and tie obje. Mr. G. W. Fower. o: Hi:,'ower.
i s. i! an: -. ::, ;ranting AIl relates an exper ntne he hiad
ettersa. ... : e tbe x !ile serving on. a pe: juri in a
e ill : a- .t'.1 murder case a; Edward'vi:lt.. county
t ttne- "..n.e., a- <',,;::uy .ude sea .' : Cl".eb. 7!e cou'". Alabama.
i the tour,*' ; t; . tL da:. H. as Wh;sa. Thero I ate o. n-e
CAuaust. Ir s-h mea11u At-td 51'Mine s,'--e meat .lni
i.' :Nt:Y BL'.i.NGER. i gave me cholera mio-huti in a -er.\-
glloawCu C an'. JuIdge. -vero form. I was never more oick
-- in n'. I:te and sent to -he drug store
CREW NOTICE. for a certain cholera m:x'ure. but the
N,. ., ':;: .* ow- dr'u :'s: .sent me a bottle of Chamber-
er-, nor ,!s.:,-, a: s. Colic. Cho'era and Diarrhoea
S' S e R1nZI-dy instead. saying that he ha-i
.bh. re s; i :e- c.,-, w ha I sent for. but that this medicine
tracted ,the (rex o -a:: as ,o much better he would ra:her
geL snd it to nwe in : he fix 1 was in. I
C;Em MANN. Cap: t.o1k one dose, of it and was cure. Ia
ITR BROS, C:. -.'ees. "n:nu'es The sccon. dose n-
"* n'. <:,I-ly. Two hw ju -
S. "- aff:icdu !n he s.in.e rnarnnr
Lmw rates a: S,,t:bh rL HotCl for an,; O,;e sma:: bottle cur-e., the three
lgs and board. ot us.- For sale by all druggists.



6 for 5 SHipPIG NEWS
stands for six bottles S I I N W

Old Hickory Whiskey
FOR $5.00 CASH. Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaksen, 12'27
4 forf 3.20 North American. Am: t,,, Gibhon
144. Philadplphia.
stands for four bottles Cleared.
Santa Barbara P. *,: uk. Correa. for
HY-LO W IHISKEY iUsbon. ;, .rh q;3;.0ui P lumber

delivered prepaid to any part of West North American.. m :An. ;
Florida. 144, for Philai.e'phia in ';i :ast.
Has a Big Force of Men at Work DRAUGHT. VES KT.
Anything in the Whiskey and Wine ;tqami-.
In the luf10 tod FYvr l!ine in ,e a anrt p to

m suit everybody.


Morris Dannheisser
4 U1 .. ----- ftf _


Brookwood. Br ss. Brown. 19S7. Sa-
vannah to the W\m. S. Keyor Co.
Craigelianhatpe,. ir ss, .,7. Boston.
to order.

Marshal Schad is a busy man these- wc cs -rraao-a oirWi. ; uicAe, Br ss, l:arr;?on, 'S,, -
lavs and a e Is rendering valuable as N. B.-I am in no way connecte to J. A Merritt & Co.
san, to the health authorities. He wth te firm of Dannhelsser Bros. Ernesto, Spa:n s-, Oa.tcclea, 1691,
has charge of the force of men a Gulfport to F. 0 HoIwe &- Co.
work in lth- infected Jistrict who are SGill in Busine oodiwooi, Br -. s o;i .i, 1477. Fa al.
caning up vacant lots, yards ane.- GEORGE A. PETTERSON, St. Vnc rent.
i,:acs wh:ch are likely to breed mo*- is now located at Ida Span Arn Liverpool to
quitoes. anw the work so far has beer Cor. Government and Barcelona Sta. Gulf Transit rn.
ery Isatishfactory, .r I i and is better prepared than ever Kelvingrove. Br ss, McLennan.
All of the men at work in this gang to repair safes, typewriters 1938, Newcastle-on -Ty t tlabLe". -
cre within ..e infected district, andi gus. pistols, locks, liht ma- u1938 Newcastle-on -Tyne to mah. 147.
cannot leave. Whn the work of chinery and bicycles. Tucia, Aust ss, Mar:inirh14
cleaning up bean in this district the PHONE 203 and bicycles. s to order.
marshal was asked to take charge ad PHONE 203ar.ton Br ss. Prout, 2513, Nor-
since that time hc has conducted the ek to rr. P
cleaning up, and paying off of the mezn I r. ss Mariner, Capt. Bubb, from
The vacant let known as the old Hao NU R NTINE TILLC N "o Orleans. .
t-n property is a sample of the work: U rP I STILLS. Pe Vl cola. Am ss. O'Leary, 10? |
done. and this has been commented New Orleans tLo ('lf Trans;t Co. Ion
o,;i favorrabyv by all who have VIMCMillan BfOS. cO. Simonside. r ss. Robson. 19-,S.
a-sed there. SSunderland to J. A. Merrttt & Co.
The men are all pai off each night Manufacturers, Tridnt, Br ss, Inne, 2036, Cardiff FORGIN
'he pa- being $1.2r per day. Any per MOBILE, ALABAMA. Ships. ST
lon whithin the district who destreST K r h M 1180, Bre-
work can ge-t it by applying to the Kaiser Ger shp Martn 1180, Bre- Pr
n.arsha: in front of The Journal office men to Master. for *at
SEtch morning at 7 o'clock. I Bar... Cha.r
The marshal's clerical work has a! Bolgen, Nor. bk, Gundersen, 306, ( Offic
so been greatly increased by beri g Naa! .Ires Market laguna to order. .
(ompelled to keep Lhe time of all of thkl Savannah, Ga., Sept. 13.-The naval' Piery Cross. Nor bk, C'aussen, 1399, .%:t:!%% tt1
guards, who are also under his super- stores market caused tc-day as ot-I Cork to master.
vision. The list of names shows that lows: i Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1343, -
al',out sixty men have been or are at ** ** .. ...... .. ........ 5 45 'Gloucester to order.
work now, and ,h, daily pay roll WG .... ...... .. .........4 95 Huason, Nor bk, Knud.-en, 771, Loa-1
amounts to about $80. N.......... ...... .... .4 60 don to order.
M.. .. .. .. ......... ......4 45 Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carrela,
K.. ........ .. .. .... ..4 50 633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
MARRIAGE AT I............ .. .. .... ...4 45 Werner. Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
H. ...................... .. 4 40 Rotterdam.
OL M I a 0 G..................435coner
OLD MO UL F.. .. .. ....................4 25
E ............ .. .. ..4 10 Donna Christina. Am seh, Axelsen,
D .. .. .. .. .. ........3 75 IC5, Belize to master.
....................3 5 Doris, Am seh, Wilkie. 310 Havana
MR. JOHN D. BOYINGTON AND Spits Turpentine, 62 cents. Elma, Br sch, IHenebery, 299 Ha
MISS LUCY LEWIS UNITED mar6 Ac sch Axcnvaa 55. K.
TUG HERE FOR A Hjalmar, Am sch, Axclsn, 55. Key

No ias. tius sch, Snee.i-e, 333, Glou-
TRIMMER. The big American tug Norh'i Ameri ceste- to Master.
can, of Philadelphia, which is a pow-
Special to The Journal. erfu! wrecking vessel, ,ryaohed port Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
Molino. Sept. 13.-The health of th" yesterday morning fromr.?hiladel-phia Foley & Co., Chi.ago. orizinate!
,-mmn itv is' excelent. .cmbia The t.-ug was sent here to take in Honev at1n Tar as a threat and iung
"r i in fine order fi.n a d tow the disabled schooner Chas. K. re:roeiy, and on0 ac-ount of ile greltt
larz numbers of squirrels are bc:ng Schull, -which put into. port some merit and popularIty of Foley's Hor-
Sli um. weeks since In distress. The vessel ey and Tar man-y imita:ions are of-
The 1'. S. Mail is totally demoralized will be towv-al to Philadelphia, where fered for the '(inutie. These wor'h-
repairs will made. She has a le Neien -me. This mnxr occurred,! een cargo of lumber on blard. names. HB;va e of trh(mn. Tlbe gen

u~me as e11n1 ria is n a
yellow packalzo. A-k for it and re-
fuse any sub tittutnt'. It is the bes'
remedI'r for coighis and colds. W. i
D'Aiemberte. Druggist and Apothecary
113 AND 115 W. ROMANA, THE
On account of quarantine, we will
not undertake to establ i-.i a branch
house in Pensacola until same is re-1i
vok'ed. We will make all oil antl,
grain shipments from Mobile. Ala.
Same will go forward promptly. Sent.
us your orders for high grade oils.
14septlm. J. F. Davis, Agf.-
Owing to the scarcity )t collections
and the absence of Mr. Walker Ing-
raham from the ci:y, it is necessary to,
place the business on a cash basic.
Monthly customerstar rebel nohti
fled that money must be left at horn-
to pay delivery man, or package will
be brought back to laundry office.
sept 1w By H. J. Mackey.
Notice, Contractors and Builders
Bids will be received for the erec-
tion of a three story brick building on
the S. E. corner of Guillanarde and La
Rue streets, city for F--)rida Jodge
No. 2491. and Es ambia Lodge No.
3738, G. U. 0. of 0. F. S. Plans and
specifications may be seen at the of-
flee of C. H. Alston's, 12 W. Romansa
street. All bids must be in not lat0r,:
then 6 o'clock p. m. on September 18.,
1905.' The committee reserves the_
right to reject any and all bids. B!Is
must be left at the office of C. H. Als.
ton's. Plans and specifications must;
not be moved from said office.
R. T. THOMAS, Secretary.

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Hendrix & Carpen'er will furnish m
estimates on building and painting:
and give personal attention to work.
932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua
McKinzie Oerting & Co., wholesale -
and retail ship chand'ers and grocers.
he only first-class bo'usa of the kind
n Pensacola. Fair lI',es to all.
Why use inferior paner, when you d

Multiple SCrewe.
Multiple screws were used as early
as the American civil war on certain
vessels known as "tin clads" on the
Mississippi. their adoption being neces-
sitated by the shallow draft. The great
advantage they possess in securing a
vessel against total disablement and
for maneuvering soon made them the
rule in the navy. They were much
longer In coming into use in the mer-
chant service. But since the era of the
i very large transatlantic steamers. be-
;ginning with the Paris and New York
and the Teutonic and Majestic, all very
large vessels have been built with twin



can buy Kelso Bond, F-cnch Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's, 30 S. Palafox.
Sauer's extracts are th.- Standard.
Guaranteed pure. All others Lre
mere imitations. Ask for Sauer's.
Low rates at Southern Hotel tor.
rooms and board. i

There's a vast difference between physical and mental blindness.
Som., people who can see with their eyes cannot se w'.-h their mind
while those unfortunately that have lost their e.esighit often posses.
abnormal mental perception. One sign of mrnenal blin,lne.is is exh'b-
ite'i by the husband or father who refuses or ng!,' "*- to insure his
life. The uncertainty of life and the insecurity of o',l age make it
apparent to all but the wilfu!iY blind that p.ott, ti)n is ne'ctssary.
The best protection is an Equ'tabWe endow niont policy.

Fire, Life.

Knowles Bros.

Gen'l Agts

The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate. lower expense rate. and higher f
Interest rate than any company doing business in Florida&
& should be easy for you to decide the rest.

S. S, Williams, General Agent. I

Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
ompt attention gi'*en to all orders, day or night. Agents 5
mes McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log a.ind Timber Do.gs, also
3 of nll descriptions.
c Phone 123. PHIL WITTrMAN. Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. f'



Es tate !

We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the



Phone 1052.



Fisher Building.

fxemx the
Consumers leoe and Fuel Company. I
Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259.



you have better meals, less trouble, greater




Ask us about the matter.


27 East Garden Street.

Phone 143.

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At this time of the year there Is a great deal of malarak and chills ad l r.
As a positive pventative try

Sold at all drug stores or at
LEWIS CO., Wholesale Drgt East Gqvermett Street



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The mule is an ass. He
has a very hard bead.
He thinks the size of hi-;
voice makes th4e size oC
an argument
Some dealers "brag"
a great dea. about 'cheap"
It's the noise of value
at the "Old Reliable."
not the noise of words
, that convinces. There's
always full value and a
dollar's worth for a dol-
lar here.




Idontiy I
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in the- epidemic of 1X78 when we never Chamberlain's Cgh medy
nis-t-d ,'ting one mail, neither did Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Airs
Sw( ever have any delay in forwara'ing Nature.
A well dressed young couple drove Medicines that aid nure are al-
Sin from Cordl'io and asked the notary- w4ys most effetual. Chamberlain's
if he would marry them. The license Cough Remedy acts on this plan. I;
showed their naim s to be John David allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
I;' ington and Lucy Lewis. Miss aids expectora-tion. opens the setre
Lewis is a very pretty little woman of! tions, and aids natu'-e in restoring the
tv tixy. Sh wa-s plainly., but neatly I system to a healthy condition. Sold
pdre.-sl, all In white. She is a daugh- by all druggists.
ter of Josh lwis of Poweltown b\y
his first wife. a daughter of the late! THE CITY CARRIAGE SHOPS,
Hobbs Bradley. 113 AND 115 W. ROMANA, THE
Win. T. \au' bn and family have de !ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN
i-'d to move back here and havr CITY WHICH IS NOW IN OPERA.:
built a nic- residence for a permanent TION. J. J. HILLIARD, PROP.
location, never mor- to leave th( HORSESHOEING RELIABLY DONE.
place of his birth. h
Considerable cotton will be made Some Worda Strange to You That Are
around In this settlement. Several' In the Dietionary.
late Alabama resident. have moved The number of obsolete words that
in here making cotton a specialty., are to be found In Webster's Diction-
Jacobi and Son are sawing regular ary is considerably larger than people
,y and receiving logs by cars and frot have any idea of. The following letter,
the surrounding country. written by an alleged poet to an editor
who bad treated his poetry with derl-
-._ sion. furnishes some idea of them:
Yellow Fever and Malaria Germ "Sir-You have behaved like an In-
Are instantly killed by the use of six petiginous scrogle! Like those who, en-
drops of Sloans Liniment on a :ea- vious of any moral celsitude, carry
spoonful of sugar. It is also an ox- their unglcty to the height of creating
cellent antiseptic. symposically the fecund words which
my pollymathic genius uses with uber-
ty to abligate the tongues of the weet-
less! Sir, you have crassly parodiled
my own pet words as though they were
trangrams. I will not coascervate re-
proaches-I will oduce a veil over the ,
STRUNKS, atramenatal ingratitude which has
chamfered even my Indiscerptlble
heart. I am silent on the focillation
which my coadjuvancy must have giv- -
SUIT CASES. en you when I offered to become your
fantor and admrlnicle. I will not speak i
For the comfort and con- of the lippltude, the oblepsy. you have t
venience of your iour- shown in exacerbating me, one whose
ney. whether it be by genins you should have approached
land or water, we have a with mental discalceation. So I tell
variety of such requisites I you, without supervacaneons words, t
as Trunks, Suit Cases, nothing will render ignosclble your
etc. conduct to me. I warn you that I
would vellieate your nbse If I thought '
LESS TO that iny moral diarthrosis thereby !
LESSOI, could be performed-4f I thought I 8
should not implgnorate my reputation.
PAY FOR THEM Go. tathygraphle scrogle. band with
Sour crass Iquinate fantors; draw ob- '1
jectations from the thought If you |'X
here than at most stores, i can. of having synchronlcally lost the '
and longer service, be- existlmatlon of the greatest poet since
cause they'ree the best Milton."
quality goods that can be And yet all these words are to be
made. found in the dictionary.-Chicago Jour- i





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

Phone 297

Cor. Main and Palafox Sts.

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