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 17, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Latest Telegraphic News S corelm and bmestic-Furnished

by The Associated Press

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1 1 0 A Official Announcement is Made that the
TTIr Negotiations May Reach a Definite

TI RE Conclusion in Near Future.
By Assoclated Press. "The probabilities are that In the
Karlestad, Sept. 16.-The first an- near future the negotiations can be
DtinoiId FfestitVl 't Ra kl FiMi wou nnement indicating that the dele- brought to a definite result."

WE.. kM---. m. D'II C gates of Norway and Sweden were
ill i was i a fliant m approaching an understanding In theil
efforts to establish a modus vivend
SIi mmss. for the country and as separate gov
ernments was giveea ot tonight at the
close of the Joint session of delegates
SAN PFORTY-TWO NEW CASES AND The announcement reads:
By Associated Press.
TheUARDS 1 OMMENDED-CALL The "move OR" ordinance will be Odessa, Sept. 16.-Inbrmation re-
AO OO EN Ll enfored during the next fewl By Associated Press. ceived here from Bateam described
-ND Y OVCRMOweeks in the area Xow heretofore it# the situation there as Very alarming.
TWLVE STAT a te infected district. The New Orleans, Sept. 16.-The The authorities fear mfsacres there
T ~LrV.a TbrT- aIt this district was emoved las t *Sept. 16Th similar to those at B ku and have
nit by the state health authorities official report to 6 o'clock is as sent brigades of infantry and artillery
S-m l mand persons are now allowed to come follows: to Batuam.
S -- N "-- O aso u y ay e at, bat b the New cases today 42: total to 2
So oh maeor3de3mh that3.erson lrn SEVERAL
lloe of t rp-m te thatdistrict nls on Deaths today 2; total to date NEW
raestatives to be held in this city OB btmiaes. 33, *New foc L
So. ber9 and 10 was issued today. !The police will be instructed to New fociC7.
to e dipeseallcrowd Cases under treatment 341. CHOLERA CASES
.. by the goeror-s ot twere ~Pot c a edon cornlrsa lav t t "Cases discharged 1, 873.
southern states and officials of te section of the city, and, tn fact, to By Asociated Press.
ChamRWs of Commerce of ten cities. strictly enforce the "move Re" or- I Berlin, Sept. 16.-The official bulle-
It In called to consider quarantine and diamoce. NEW ORLEANS IN tin of the cholera for thle twenty-four
Is cale.d Partles who have so visible means' hours ending at noon today shows
of livelinood. lad who have been in HOLIDAY ATTIRE three new cases and on death, mak-
Tbhe tanvited to attend are the gov- the habit of loalig ar&uad da tnat ing the totals to date 193 cases and C69
erors of southern states, members of section of the city whi be picked up New Orleans, Sept. 1I.-in the midst deaths. Four new cases and one
comgreus, commissioner of agricl.- by the police ot vagreats sad turned of their campaign against- the yellow death were reported from the Marien-
tare, mayors of cities, one represents over to the crileiua court for trial. fever the people of New Orleans today werder district and one case and one
ttve from the asational. state or c.f Will Be Kept At Work. took a holiday and joined hands In death from the Dirischau district. On.;
boards of heath, eme from each ril-I The big gaOg of men, which has making a brilliant success of the dia- probable da(th from cholera is je-
road system, the editor, publisher or done such exceUent work in clean- mond festival arranged to help swell ported at Settin.
opqtar -t e nfs newspaper and not tmg up the infected disatet, under the Citizens Fund. A stranger com- ---- -
morw ~ afive representatives from the superviaion of Marshal Sohad. ing -'iddenly into the city today would PRESIDENT OF TIL l.t Y. LIFE
each qoearcial organisation in the will continue at work. This was de- have seen nowhere any evidence of WILL HAVE TO TESTIFY
*g The call Ia ftll is as follows: 'cded -po- last alght when the work the struggle against the plague. Bus-
T% Call. hi distrlet was completed. The iness houses were gaily decorated with New York. Sept. 6--Amnounce-
gang of menr will comune to be u banting, flags were on buildings in ntent was made today t John A.
ia development of the mouth, der the supwrvisiu f th asrtiSXI il d~str'!t McOan. 'pri.idlent 'f .l w YorT
f4s. w ic tnolved5rolv t Itse O*lg to the oseceo pLj p tiA- the streets were filled with girl. Life litsurance Co., had been sub-
from those which tend role o Its dent Gingles, who left th city when in summer attire and strains poenaed by the Joint Insurance Comn.
C3lt5and paes r S i! ,er wa rst anyone, the of lYvely music floated through mittee to appear and testify before
riches n mineralsfe ad ore dties of Acting Superlatendent the air while the sun shone that committee when it resumes its
riches beautyin minerals valleysld fruits and fort:pottswood have so increased that it on a community apparently in sittings next week. Mr. McCall said
ts ber. its wealth in fount.a n was deemed advisable to leave thlsi revelry. It will be several days be- he would tell all he knew when he
wreamrs and iwealh inde pc71- gang of men under control of the i fore the actual amount realized b?, appeared before theacommittee.
streams and rivers are indeed p-(c- marshal. especially as the latter had the diamond festival will be known.
less gifts from nature's treasury, yet accomplished such good results. Only about $11.000 is needed to meke
they are onltribut some of the advncetenr The city pay roll for the past week up the $150,000 promised by the citi- favorable. With the recent jump in
that contribute to the advancement will probably be larger than ever be- sens. the number of cases a corresponding
and welfare of a people tore known, owning to the large Though there were a considerable increase in the deaths was looked for'
vate possssion of hralh, the ltab- r*umber of extra men employed, number of new cases today the death and the morality is therefore reas-
Itshment of right rather than might list was again low and the situation suing, not only to the authorities but,
and the reig of truth and ustice-ght is regarded by the authorities as to the public.
these are the things more to be prized'. I
than all others for which mankind,
should strive, for these are the foun-' i The Poor, Innocent, Beef
dations on which the aegris of Chris-
tion civilization must ev,'r rest.
Prom time immemorial these art By Aaociated Pro m /
the standards b.y which the people of -
the south have sough' ;o he measured Southern League.
and there is no tsroner obligation Atlanta 8, Shreveport 2.
resting on its citizens ;n.da' thas to Nashville 5, Little Rock .L
earnestly desire and h< nest! en,cn;!' Birmingham 2. Memphis .
or to uphold these s:andard.- for th, Montgomery 7, New Or!eans 6, (first
benefit of the present and future vem- game.)
rations. Montgomery 6, New Orleans 1, (sec-
Heritage Menaced. ond game.)
To the thoughtful observer of pasw American League.
Ias .. n .tc ,b( ,.f.,nta ba ,,.-.a, h , -- - rou h r -

lug alf |w du.n ne liimge IS -
menaced from two sources at tl i'
time. and it is to emphasize this fac'
and conceem rate public" sentimo,.,
thereon, that this call fcr a Southern
'nimigration and Quarantine Confer-
ence is sent out
In the attempt that has been made
by various citit's, tovnt- and commnni-
ties in the south to pro!e." themselves'
from the dread ravaLge-s ,of yellow fev-
er. the most strenuous and a' t.r!'-
unreasonable, unnecessa-. and h'r--
seasome measures ha'- bctin adop;-
ed. measures tnac not on-,l tend,,,' ; i
cripple and destroy business and ei mn
merce. but which reflected on the ve;-
tastinctm of our common humanity
and became a reproach to ctviliza'on
itself. It is evident, therefore. ,n.',
Some uniform sy.i em 'f quarant'c
should be adopted the will allay the
"., apiretl~fs ons of h ppl., and m'ni-
mir# the, dangers re-ul:ing from ar.
oubhreak of ith, is lsast Thi i-
tleces-ar i:f w- shoui;, save o :': i :n I
fr-on' "he den.,'raizing 'en t'lcies of
0 par' i'nsptr-'d quaran'.tin

Dangerous Imr
Aram,'h rare

that' w.,,1.ef C.ino,
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W:, a- 11116.a
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sont 1: e-
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our pi' t
Immigrant'- '?(,n, '
but it ha! a- v n
aiWh gra\,
provimded ii al- a at.
1* thef.r-in:

New York 5, Washington 2,
New York 0, Washington 8,
ond game. I
Philadelphia 6, Boston 2.
Chicago 12, St. louis 2.
LDeroit 6. Cleveland 2.


National League.
Boston 1. New York 7. (first game.)
Boston 1. New York 3, secondn
Brooklyn 2, Philadelphia 8, (fi:st
Brooklyn 4, Philadelphia 4, (second
game, seven innings.)
Cincinnati 6, Pittsburg 0.
St. Lous-Chicago. rain.
South Atlantic League
Savannah 6, Columbia 4.
Jacksonville 6. Augusta 2, (firs:
game. i
Jacksonville 7. Augusta 0. seconda
game. I
Charleston-Macon. rain.

migrants. fore, the undersigned, having only the
o .,'tn into the interests and welfare of the soutn at
,r. en; 'imn'r heart. hereby Issue this. our call ',or
< -n* rn'.m:crn-'t a Southern Conference on lmmigr't-,
ii ooun'r-.' n' -tion and Quarantine. to be held in the,
r. -trea- niam-ts city of Chattanooga, Tenriessee. on'
raiblc aIIn whann November !4 and 10. 19.15. and we d-s
u, ;si:.'a'e "' !', ier.ate the following persons a those'
:? appart expeK'Ted t,' compose and particiIpae'
'rine. :nr" in (h:I conference: Governors of
.n nrm:tran' ;) southern sates: members of congress.
,-. :.. i ,' i.-i'e ,'omna,.sione'-s of agriculture. mayot.
in'o te of ci i.e. mie representative from na-
f -ar,- .' tional, sta *. county or dtty boards ot
a..-se. A w:; h,,i-h onet representative from eacrn
: : r.R ,~a ra 'rad system. preferably the C'4n-
,,..tandard o1 'Ita' Imun.izration Agen'. the editor.
;i. s :.' p '.'.sher or p:pri;tor of newspapers.
,, uoner-'i.:- ar rI t mT:Iore that, live representatives
:'onr ..a"- commerciall organisation i':
S e des.rah' .. '
all iAnd,-. A:. .-bi, 'h:this designated maycor.n-
;r l>lm, otf .ider -.n'mselve. futl" authorirei
.-.' -hould ', iun&" his (all to aid in furthering'
-a 2';ards are- its object. a ad arereequested to co-
oi *-. ir c'ot; !ng. opera;,- w:th u in making the samel
reasons. there- what it should be for te SOUth.


This somewhat criptic announce-
ment is accepted as indicating that
r the negotiations have finally reached
I a stage where an agreement is in
- sight and a resort to arms, which
e might have involved other powers,
. may safely be considered out of the


By Associated Press.
Tokio, Sept. 16.-According to r<-
liable statistics the amount of foreign.
t capital invested in Japanese indus-
tries at the beginning of the war was,
' only one million dollars. Foreigners,i
it is said, have recently been eagerly
buying Japanese bonds, causing an;
iino nantrl ftsr u m





LOCI TIN uarantine Cordon Around Infect

LOCATION FORU ed District Has Been



Dr. Porter and Surgeon Banks Will
Meet To-day to Decide
Upon Site.

The location of the detention camp
for refugees from Pensacola will be
definitely decided upon to-day. State
Health Officer Porter will go to Flo-
maton today and meet Surgeon
Banks and the two will come to a
definite decision as to where the

appreciation uneupectetu iiter an uu- camp is to be located.
satisfactory peace. Quotations arete
now $1.50 higher than at the begin- Dr. Porter intended making th b
ning of the month. trip yesterday, but the crush of busi
ness in his office prevented him froii,
EVER SITUATION doing so, but this morning he will o
f E E ITUATION out and select a site. There are sev-
IN 1D MISSISSIPPI eral under consideration, and it is
I- 11MISSISSI I possible that' a satisfactory one will *.
r,- be decided upon. The site formerly -,
s, By Associated Press. selected near Century has been aban- -.,
- Jackson, Miss., Sept. 16.-Following doned, owing to the complaints that *
is the fever summary for Mississippi (have been entered about its location *
? today: at that point.
- Natchez, two new cases; Vicksburgs It is very probable that the camp
e two new cases; Gulfport and Missis-jwill be located near Molino, where ne
* sippi City, no new cases. ,there Is an excellent site offered. fh:s cei
- No reports were received from Pearl- will be looked over by tne two offl- the
ington anol Hamburg. I clals, as will another place, which is po
No new points of infection have ap- 'between McDavid and Bluff Springs. air
peared in the state and no suspicions The government owns a tract of land cas
cases are under observation. Between these two towns which may ph
be occupied, and if it is found suita- th(
JUDGE PARKHILL GIVES ble the camp will be placed there. for
$10 TOWARDS THiE FUND: It is hoped by many who are desir- fei
S- ous, of leaving the city that the camp
Jnd& h&a .R B ParkhUl of the will be established as earlyv as n m

Florida Supreme Court, who former]
resided in the city, but who is no
a resident of Tallahassee, has dona
ed $10 towards the fund that is b
ing raised by the committee to a
sist in cleaning up the city.
Judge Parkhill, although now rf
siding in Tallahassee, will always
have an Interest in Pensacola. hi
,old home. and his many tri-ends ar
pleased to note that he has not for
gotten the city at this time, whe
assistance is needed from every qua.




No Suspicious Cases Reported
Within the City Limits.





A summary of the fever sit-
iar-.>n up to last night is as #
N-ew cases, two; total to
u hte. 4:1.
Deatis, none; total to date, ^
Cases under treatment, 9; V
cases discharged, 25.

Two new cases, no deaths and no
?w doubtful cases was the report re-
ived last night from the office of
e State Board of Health. The r?-
)rt is encouraging, in that it was
most an assured fact that the two
ses would develop, though the
ysicians were eaireful to make a
rough diagnosl4 of the cases be-
re they were pronounced yellow
The New Cases

13-' -p~w Tbo-.bew c*aeare:
ly ,ible, but owing to the many objec- Wllia t. King. No. 120 Fast Go-v
w tions the officials have so far ben un- llam T. King. No. 1.
t- able to secure a site. eminent street.
e Mary Montgomery, (colored). No.
S- 211 Fast Romana street.
ANO PATTERSO tf the two cases only thUat of King
SNAN PATTERSON is likely to prove fatal. t Is stated
Is that he has been walking about tie
A AIN MARRIED city for two or more days with fever,
e Iand his case was not reported until
r yesterday, when it was found that
n By Associated Pr bt had a pronominced case of yellow
r- By Aociated PreMfever. His condition is qutte eri
r- Washington, D. C, Sept. 16.-Mijs ous and it is feared that he will ot
I Nan Patterson, who was twice tried recover from the attack.
in New York for the murder of Caesar No Suspicious Cases
Young. a bookmaker, was remarried
here at noon today to her former hii- For the first day since the the dis -
band, Leon G. Martin. The ceremony ery of yellow fever, there were no
was performed at the Patterson home suspicious cases under treatment last
and was witnessed only by members' night and it is hoped that none may
of the family and a few intimat, develop. Dr. roster startd last night
friends. The couple left in the after- that there were quite a number of
noon for New York. where they wiil cases of malaria and typhoid fever
reside. Miss Psterson and Mr. Mar- in the city. In explanation of the
tin were divorced three years ago. heavy death rate Dr. Port.r said that
this was partly due to the fact that
two or th0 -' ca.es had been reported
W ILL NOT ENJOIN to the physicians, or rather fxmund
oy them, when the patients w~m- al-
ILL A AiostT dead, and beyond being savet,
ILL IMANAGEMENTwhlh. being .onil.rl would re.
duce the death rate e--mderably.
Examination of Blood.
By Associated Press. ITr was stated p'or '.ay morltfg
Asheville. Sept. 16.-Argument wasthat the blood of ;)a feiAs under sum
concluded before Judge Pritchard this pinion was <'nt to Jacksonville to
afternoon in the UInited States Cir-, the s.ate la'!,ratory for examination,
cult Court on the rule to show cause. this hbing for th': purpose of ascer
why W. E. Lucas, president and *reas- training whelhftr or not the patient
urer of the Lauirens. S. C., cotton mills., had yellow fever. While this is done,
should not he enjoined from further'i, i.- not for this purpose, but on the
Proceeding in the state courts of South ,other it is a negative diagnosis, and
Carolina against DIering, Milliken ,t u, ascertain wiieth+-r or nor the pa
Company. of New York. and also wh;y tient has malaria or thyphoid fever.
the present board of director. of tt- When this is learned the phy-lclans
mill should he removeI. ;can diagnose the case much movie ia-
A!though .Jud'fe Prit-nard did not teliligently
formally deliver his decision he plAi-i Cordon Removed.
ly staredl he 'as of the opinion ha':'
complainants were in no danger ot The cordon,. which was plaed
snff(,-in d irreparahl! injury ar t!ip around the infected d!].ricr ..sveral
hands of the present manageme,r A weeks since, was remov%-d last night
decision along these lines., refusing to by order of Dr Porter. Is hulle-
remove the board of directors. wli tin. No. 14. is a' t)!'rws:
probably be deiiveredl in a fe(w days. P"nsacola. Fla. S.pr. l.--Remo-.
Sa( of anitary Cordon wihin the City
So' P-nsacoa.
Yellow Fever Cases in Mexico. : ".-Th.- Saniarr- ('Cordin ~tab.
Mexico City. Sept. 16.-The Supe-- listed within rhe C'rty o P-ns.acou
ior Board of Health has news that 1tfi on Augnst 2'th is h.reby removed.
last i-ellow fever case ;n vera Cruz "'2.-Screening and fumigation of
neas been discharged., nere are tw- hou ses whoer el'.ow fver may
other cases in the republic, one at volop or may b. fo) n I will be am.
Coarzacoalcos and the other at 1ez-i- ----
onapa. (C')ontnu,-I1 on 1'ag. Three.)

Suicide Identified as Son

of a Wealthy Georgian

"/ / By Associated Press. having slp'nT all of his a~lowaner. and
SI New York. Sept. jti.-The boy i -a I n' hal l''n warned ,)y h father
S/i '. the psuicde who endtled his life V :f hie ove-rli',,d nts inv)mn a.. vould
.. hanging last night at Mammarone-k. hay- to shift for himself ri.! next
// near this city. was pr)if ively idernt.-, insaiiimenr: was dn,.
Sf fled today as rtat of a young man who:
/ had represented himself to be Williamt Unknown in Augusta.
A. Kin, the son of a weatny cntton: Augusta, Ga.. Sept. 3 '-- Th' i e
mill owner of Augusta, Ga. The iden-! near N'w York who r,. prsen*r I :m-
tification was made by Mrs. Geo. E. self as William A. K.n ; is n. knovn
YOU HAVE THE HEART TO TRY SUCH Jardine. at whose house the young here. Th, on:v ,,n of t .,n mll
CLIENT man stopped for heater during a ~.- man by rhar nan-mN i n ta! r-,. T.i
[LIENs' tvere sporm last Monday. The young name cannot he foun'I !n aay 'lrec-
18.-- News item. 'man represented himself as penniless' tory for the last six yt-ars.


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500 for a case of Fever it won't cure.

As 0 Preve tive- Take a teaspoonful every two hours until it acts on the bowels,
and then take enough only to keep bowels free*
For Vellow Fever-Take the first bottle in .two or three doses within an hour's
time. Then take a tablespoonful every hour until the second bottle is used up. Then take
one tablespoonful every two hours until the patient has recovered. The medicine may be
given with crushed ice. Let patient have plenty of fresh air and dressed as cool as possible.
Give plenty of ice water, cold lemonade or soda water in small quantities and permit patient
to eat as much desired. Two to three bottles usually effect a cure.
For Other Fevers, Stomach eld Bowel Troubles-Take a wineglassful
every two hours until system is thoroughly purged, and then take a tablespoonful every two
hours until second bottle is used; then take only enough to move bowels freely. The patient
may eat anything desired, except in typhoid fever.
For typoid Fever and Smallpox-Take medicine as directed for other
fevers, but do not allow patient to eat any solid food. Patient should be nourished with broths,
soups; toddies, etc., and treatment should be continued seven days after purging.
For Purtfyf& the Weeod-Take a wineglassful every two hours until the system
is thoroughly purged and then take half a wineglassful two or three times a day. In scrofula
and other stubborn diseases the treatment should be continued for two or three months after
the patient has apparently been cured.
For Children-The above directions are for ordinary adult cases. For small chil.
dren and very weak people the dose should be reduced accordingly. Ordinarily, one-half
the above dose should be used in such cases.
Ne Deaner There need be no fear in taking the medicine, as it is perfectly harm.
less and may be drank like water. In severe cases one and two bottles have been given at a
single dose.





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and the only
Positive Cure for Yellow Fever.
Both a Preventive and a Specific for Al Fevers, also Dyspepsia
and Bowel Troutbes.


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Services at the Pensacola Churtles

Following to the order Of er'vtics conducted ty the pastor. Sunday Church of Christ.
at the various churches to"dy: school at 3:30 p. m, J. N. Andrews. Church of Chrlst-Corner Alcaniz
Catheotc. superintendent. Prayer meeting every and Jackson streets. Bib!e school 9:46
St. Michael's Cburch-FiUIK mas Thursday ni-tht at 7:30 o'clock. a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:46
6:30 a. m., last mass, 9:80; vespers Warrtngton Church-Rev. Geo. W. p. m. by W. T. Tracy. Player meeting
o o'clock. Carpenter. Pastor-Services every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock.,
St. Joseph's Church-First mass, at 7:30 p. m., every fourth Sunday. . .
6 30 a. m., last mass 9:30 a. m.; ve*- Sunday school at 10 a. m. Fred Univr
pirs 5 o'clock. Sl1m, superintendeant: nver .
* ;. int d V rst Universalist, Chureh-EastI
Episcopal. Christian. Chase street. Sunday school at 10 a.
Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley Cm.; Y. P. C. U., 7:00 p. m. All are
D. D. Rector. Regular services at 7:30 First Christian Church-Corner Al- cordially invited.
znd 11 a. m. ard 5:30 p. m. Sunday canlz and Gregory streets Sunday * *
s -hool 9:45 a. m. Wednesday and, school 9:45 a. m.. H. J. Mackey, Supt.1 Presbyterian.
Friday services at 5:30 p. m. Communion at 11:00 a. m. Prayer First Presbyterian Church-Rev
St. Katharine's-Cervantes and Da. meeting every Thursday at 8 p. m. Julian S. Sibley, pastor Sunday
'is streets. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe rec- scl.ool 9:30 A. m. Christian Endeavor
or. Regular services 7:30 and 11 a. Baptist. 5 p. m. There will be preachIng
n and 4 p m. Sunday school 9.30 A. at 11 a. m. by 1tW. Sylvester Weeks,
I, All welcome. First Baptist Churen-Rev. 'F. Jonet D. D.
St. John's Cb h h-Warrlngton. Re,. pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. No Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave.
k. T. Sharpe, Ilinlster ti charge. services at night. Sunday school at nue Mission at 4 p. m. C F. Zeek.
eveningg prayer sed e.mon. 7:30 p. m. 9:30 a. n.. E. D. Beggs, superintend superintqudent. All are cordially 'n-
* ent. Sunbeam Society 4 p. in.; Y. B. vited.
MethedisL. P. U. 7 p m. * *
Palafox Street Methodist Church-- West Hill church.-E. A. Cottrell,! Salvation Army.
Rev. B. C. Glenn, pastor. Regular ser. pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and Services every night at 8 o'clock in
.ices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. @. Sun- 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursaay the tent South East Corner Seville
lay school 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrews., at 7:30 p. m. e tent, SoutdEast Conr ell
.,perintendent. Epworth League 6:3J0 East End Baptist Church-S. y. square. A cordial invitation to all
i. pitts. pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.i e Richard Nor, captain in
Gadsden Street Methodist Church Preaching 11 a m. Wright's Mill charge *
.reaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Shed, corner of 10tih avepme and Ara- First Church of Christ, Scientist.
he pastor. Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun- gon street. A cordial intItation is ex-
day school 9:30 a. m. Epworth League te-nded to all. First Church of Christ, Scientist-
- p. mn * Service at 11 a. m. Services will be
Reed's Chapel-Rev. Geo. W. Car- held in the Pensacola Library buil.1-
penter, Pastor-Services every first Lutheran Church ing on East Chase street.
sunday at 11 a. m.. by the pastor; Sun- German Lutheran Church-Rev. J. 0 *
day school at 10 a. m., J. E. Beal, F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. English ser- Christian Science.
superintendentt vice at 7:30 p. m. The Christian Scientists hold theli
Muscogee Wharf Church-Rev. Geo. Scandinavian Lutheran Church- meeting Sunday at the Masonic Tem-
W. Carpeater, Pastor-Services every Services at 10:30 a. m. and 5 ',. m.. ple at. 5 p. m. The Wednesday meet-,
irst and third Sunday at 7:30 p. m, Rev. Holle. Pastor. ing will be at 5 p. m.. same place.


Muscogee. Sept. 16.-The home of
Dr. and Mrs. Trammell was a scene
of merriment Thursday night. Mrs.
Trammell and Mies Ola Mullin's en-

rer on Bayou Chico. tainted their guests in a most pleas-
SBing manner with a book guessing con-
Mrs. H E. Nolan and children are test at which all the guests wore
visiting Mrs. Nolan'a parents, Mr. something to represent the title of a
tad Mrs V. Hoist. on Bayou Chico. book. Mies Genev4eve Herman re-
Oscar H. Johnson, night watcmana ceived first prize and Mr. Louis Nel-
at he L. & N. shops, has returned to lums won the booby. Ice cream and
the city. after an absence of several cake was served and every one had a
weeks in Columbus. Ga. good time.
Miss Genevieve Herman and Miss
Collector John B. Stillman left y s- lhel Hargis who are visiting rela
terday for Chicago. where he W'' ties at Roberts have been the guests
spend several days upon a business o Mr. and Mrs. G4ale Bonifay the
visit. past two weels. They returned to
The W. 0. W. Circle will hold a Roberts Friday muc" to t'le regret
ca;Ied meeting Thursday a( 3 p. *.. of the many Mfrends they made here
wb business of importance ts to l during their visit.
tr iasced. Mrs. W. A Smith. clerLk. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Bonify enter-
.. .. tainted a number of friends last Wed-
Night Inspector Keefe was busily aesd aright at a Marshmallow toat
engaged yesterday in sc;reaming the which was greatly enjoyed.
windows and doors of the Unied Mit Bessie and Jean Patterson
140Wsrm wtr- office. and hereafter the gave a donkey party to their many
Inspectors stationed there will not be friends last Thursday night. which
troubled with the stegomyia was very amusing. In fact Il did not
Judge Jno. C. Ferriss. of Nashville know Muscogee had as many artists.
Tenn. who iT well known in Pensa- Mrs. Gel. Bonifay received first prize
cola write* The Jlournal that Nash- and Mrs. Frank Lee the booby.
ville is open to the entire world and Delicious refreshments were served
visitors from the fever territory in and the evening passed away pleas-
tihe south are cordially invited to g antly.
Ihe". Miss Sophie Lange and Master
'John lAnge gave a birthday dinner
Albert G. Bagley. clerk at the local t, a number of little friends last
postoffice left yesterday on a month's Wedneeday. They celebrated their
S vacmion. which he will spend in vt.- eleventh birthday and pleasantly en-
itipg friends and relatives in Chicago. tertalned their friends.
t)avls Junction. Ills. and Kendallville, Miss Louise Welsh, wa confined
Sind. abou expects to return to Pena- r ed several days this week.
eola about October 15th and resume Mrs. Ollie Mullins has been con-
his duties. 'fined to her bed the past week.
The Journal enjoyed a very plea-'! Her many friends hope to see th,?r
aUt long distance telephone conversa- up soon.
tea with Hon. T. A. Jennings at M1- Mrs. W. W Quinn was ill several
ton yesterday He is greatly intere!t- days this week with chills and fever
ed In the Pensacola fever situation'
and, wkh hundreds of others all over; GIOTTO, THE ARTIST.
Wewt Florida can hard'y wait ut,il --
The Journal reaches him ever. morn rlbe C"rle We Dow Proe Whllk
ing to learn what i. going on in Pen- Grew a Famou Phu'e.
secola and the world at large Giotto was a famous nitalrt. staln- .

Considerable excitement was crest-
ed on Soufi Palafux street' about ;
o'clock esterdak aftemoon when a
horse attached to one of the delivery
wagons of 'he Kiein ;Grocery Co. bh-
came frihtentd' andl ran southh on
Palasfox street At th- time thera
were a large number ob ha'ivnin on lhe
s:ree- and every efforT wa. made to
to;' he animal bui without success'
It continued its course down :he stre-
and on to The whar' anii cvVrone oag
e r ]% w a ,o ,he d "o ,' .f h .. a n iM a !
would jump off :hu wharf Thb, hor-e
had ton n mc! sens-e for this. howcvo-.
and altho;ich not slackening its speed
made a neat turn and canto back up
the street It was finally toppedl
sear lth' store of the owner.
Follow the c-'od I 'se Bue i'b
bee Lenmon and Vanilla Extracts. The
natural fruiu flavor,
Mirs Margare- M Duncan expired
last night at the home of her nephew.
Ja% Nix No 17 T a-t; Grego-,y street.
after a long and painful ilines-
Mrs- Iun.'an Pad many friends. :.i
the city and a: Warrington. who wi.l
be pained *o learn of h *r death. SheI
had reached the ripe ace of 80 yea:1..
and leavi. a largee innt'. )r of relativ-r
and friend- ,,, mourn her loss
The f::in ,'a. ,v ** wil: he (con
dfct('d Mondsa niorn ,g at 10 o'clock
st Chris: ci.ur h

The Great Antiseptic
Sloan's L:nimcn ftor all mosquito
kee- It kills t el'i fever and ma
lsa germs i

tor and architect of the latter part of
the thirteenth century. He was a son
of a poor shepherd. but the attention
of the great master. Cimabue, having
' wen attracted to the boy by a draw-
ing the lad had made on a fragumemt of
slate. the -oung artist's fame spread
rapidly throagbout souther rope.
In those days It was customary for
the popes to send for the noted men
of their realm, more for the purpose of
gratifying their delMs to mee such
relebrtties than anything else. Giotto
was no exception to tht rule. No
sooner had the young Tu ean become
famous than Pope Boulface VIII. in-
vited him to Florence. When young
Giotto arrived at the gates of the
pope's private grounds. according to
the account. the gusad halted him and
Inquifed concerning bis mission.
Tbe artist made the matter plain, but
the guard was not -stisfiel with theb
explanation. frequwtly iaterruipting
Giotto's explanatory remarks with. "I
kntw he must be a much larger and
distinguished looking person thaa your-
self." and "Giotto, too, Is a famous
painter. By your walk I would take
you to be a shepherd." Finally. upon
demanding evidence of the artist's
skill. the latter stooped and traced a
perfect 0 In the dust of the path with
his finger Any one who has ever at-
tempted the fest of drawing a perfect
circle "offhand" well knows bow difl-
cult It is.
It is needles to add that the artist
was forthwith ushered into the pres-
enee of the supreme pontiff, and that
since that time "Rounder than Giotto's
0" has been a favoritebyperbole to in,
dictate *'impossible pertctois."

Molino, Sept. 16.-The farmers are
very busy picking cotton and all
seem to be well pleased with their
crops this year. Some fine sweet po-
tatoes are being brought to Molino
now. We saw some very large fresa
looking water melons at Mr. L. C.
Crabtree's store last Saturday. They
were raised by B. E. Jones, an Ala-
bama farmer who moved near here
last winter.

(Continued from First Page.)

tinted under the direction of Doc-
tors Mallory Kennedy and Clinton
"3.-The Mayor and 'Police Officers
of Pensacola Are called upon by the
State Health Officer under the pro-
vision of Section 769 of the Revised
Statutes to enforce any and all quar-

Mr. Lawrence preached here last antine regulations made and estab-
Sunday afternoon at the usual hour. lished by him to eradicate yellow
Miss Nellie Harris returned to Mo- fever from the City of Pensacola.
lino Saturday after a week pleasantly "JOSEPH Y. PORTEIR.
spent with home folks at Chumuckla,! "State Health Officer Florida."
We sadly miss from our little town Mayor Bliss Protests.
Miss Lill$t Dowling. who is now quar-' Mayor B!s"s sent the following,
antined Ri Pensacola. She was there communication to J. ,Porter, which
visiting when the fever was annouic- is self-explsaatory: .--,
ed. and could not get away. We sym-! "Pensacoia, Fla., t. 16, 1905..
pathize with her mother, who is very' "Dr. Joseph Y, ter, Florida
uneasy about her. State Health Offlce M lnsaeola, Fla.
Miss Rosa Gibson, of Pine Barren, "Dear Sir: As MWa of the City of
spWet Trhurtay with Mrs. Dan Proc- Pensacola. l. .lihtinull of the Cit-
tor. She was accompanied home hb. izens Comilee for the purpose of
Mrs. Proctor, who will spend a lew assisting the State Board of Health,
days with Miss Rosa. in handling the Yellow Fever situa-
Mrs. H. C. Barrineau, of Quintette, tion. I wish to protest against the ad-
made a flying trip to Molino one day mission of any one into the City of
this week. Pensacola, who does not belong there
Sand who does not have any visible
Mrs. Henry Crabtree and her daugh- means of support. I trust you will
ter, Miss Pearl, were visitors to Mo- exclude such parties and thus pre-
lino one day this week. vent them from becoming a burden
We have no sickness of any kind.upon our people.
There are a great majy people from "Yours repetfullyv
the country in Molino today. "CHARL H. IAS,
We hear some talk of the detention HuA H. BUSS,
.m,,, nt ..^ "Mayor.-'

camp oeing put up nere.
errowved Military Terms FPrm the
Arable and the Spalish.
In the early days the rnnk of admiral
was unknown. The chief officer of a
squadron was called a constable or Jus-
tice. The term admiral as now used
is derived from the Arabic "amir," or
"emir," a commander (as in "amir-al-
bahr," commander of the sea). The
early English form was "amiral" and
Is still prewrved as such by the
French. The Spanish and Portngues
terms are "almirante," the Italian
"ammiraglio." The title captain is not
a naval but a military one. Under the
older organization the real captain of
a ship was a master, but a military of-
ficer was placed ou board, though he
knew nothing about nautical affairs.
As the captain became bigger aud big-
ger the master became smaller and
smaller until at the present day he
fills a subordinate position, which is
gradually becoming obsolete, being re-
placed by an officer under the title of
a navigating lieutenant.
Commodore comes from the Spanish
"commendador." The title lieutenant,
borrowed directly from the French, is
more modern and is meant as a place
holder or one who took the place of
the captain when absent. Suhlieuten-
ost is still more modern and at the

same time a misnomer. as he never
was a sublieutenant. but merely a
mate. or one who assisted. In former
; days we had no cadets, but volun-
teers. However, with the gradual ad-
vance of politness, the more seemly
term of cadets was borrowed from the
French and adopted as the title of the
young gentlemen in our navy.
In place of paymasters the ships of
old had pursrs, who looked after the
provisions. The naval purser did more.
He had charge of the stores of the
Ahip and the momty chest. Surgeons
and surgeons' mates fulfilled the duties
of the doctors. Chaplains are of mod-
ern Introduction. Naval Instructors
and schoolmasters ruled nla their stead.
The term mate was rather a universal
no* and applied to all branchM.


Low rates at Southern Hotel for
rooms and board.

The guest and the Waltres.
A dainty stranger wafted into the
dinitg room of a hotel in Smith Centre
the other day and as the chair was held
back for him pulled out his handker-
chief and dusted *the seat carefully






We propose to wake things up Monday with a very tempt-

-ing array of Special Bargains in every department.


One lot New Double Width Wool
Tweed Suitings, suitable for
dresses, skirts and children'
school dress, worth 25c to 39c
per yard, M-'lay only.. .. ..19c
One lot new 15c Fancy Flannel-
ettes, and fancy Granite Suit-
ings, choice styles, to at....... .o0c
Best 19c Granite Waistings and
Suitings, new fall styles, Mon-
day only . . . . . ... . 14c
New 15c Fall Taile Du Nord Ging-
hams, choice styles, choice MNon-
day for. . . . . . . . 11 -c
One lot of 25c and 40c fancy Bou-
rette Skirtings and Suitings, to
go Monday at .......... ..... 15c


50 sample lengths of German
Table Damask, to go on sale
Monday at Bargain pr'ies.
35c Bleach Table Damask to go at 23c
75c Bleached all Linen German
Damask. to go Monday at.. .. ..50c
5 pieces Best $l.50 German Satin
Damask, to go Monday at.... $1.10
)5c White Crash Towels special
Monday at .. .. .. .. ... ...... 3c
10c Bleachedi Hick Towels, now.. 7C
121 Extra Bleached. Huek Towels
to go Monday, per dozen. .... .95c
Best 75c White Absorbent Sani-
tary Diaper Cotton in 10 yard
pieces for . ..... ... ......47c

Best 61.c Standard Calicoes in White Iron Frame Mosquko Net
new fall styles, choice Monday 4.atc in 8 Yd pieces, special cut price
Best 5c Central Park and Nor- per piece......... . ......48c
wood Prints, Monday.10 yds for 43c Best Wire Frame Mosquito Net,
70 inches wide, worth 12,c per
$1.25 Umbrella 'Fram, Mosquito yd., special Monday.. .. .. .. c
Bars with Cord and Pulley, Best 5c Cheese Cloth. 36 inches
special.. .. ............... .98 wfde, our price........... .. 3

Don't Buy oed Spreads, Sheets or Pillow C ase Until You

Got Our Sp.lal Prloe

10 yards 36-inch Bleached Clover
Domestic, to go for.. .. ....45c

10 yards Best Sayles Bleachery
Cambrig, on Monday for.. .. ..87c

One lot of 8c, 10c and 12%c Tor- sections Monday.. .. .. .. .... 9c
chou and Cluny Laces, in wide 100 pieces Extra quality 8c and
and narrow widths, special.... 5c 10c Embroideries on Bargain
15c and 18c Embroideries and In- Table Monday at.. .. .. .. 3%c

Special Sale of Ladles' Hosiery and

Muslin Underwear.

Come to The Busy Store for Bargains





N- -

Pulling up his trousers, he seated him- RID A LAhV Sullivan of Boston and Joe Gans of heavy weight had already str e
self, wiped the knife, fork and spoon LORIDA LADY this city boxed fifteen rounds last Ueut. Bryan.
with a napkin, worried a few crumbs i night. Referee O'Hara called it a He was immediately brou.
off the table and heaved a sigh of re- L T LEG I Sullivan eemedtohave the ashore and received meical a
lieft. Without hesitation the girl who tion, after which he was taken to hi,
stepped forward to take his order deft- home. At a late hour last night re-
ly wiped the stranger's mouth, which OLD FAMILY SERVANTS WERE LI T BRYA ports from is hom were to the ef.
had been drawn Into a pucker of dis- REMEMBERED WITH GIFTS LI B Act that he was resting as easy
satisfaction t th iREMEMBERED WITH GIcould be expected under the circum-
satisfaction at the Imaginary utidl- D L INU Rstances.
ness abounding, and planted a kiss ON HER DECEASE. BADLY INJURED '
thereon that was plainly heard In all
parts of the room. The dainty stran- Th- Gainesvil-le Sun says: Miss Won, but it 3.14.
ger when he recovered ordered meekly, Fannie Weeks. many years ago a WAS STRUCK ON THE HEAD BY A learned English judge asked .&
ate hurriedly and left quickly.-Kanms resident of this city, and who still woman to marry him because sb,'-
City Journal, has relatives and friends here, and PIECE OF IRON, WHICH WAS knowing his weakness, had mixed a
who met a tragic death by falling into FROM CUTTER i salad so artistically that he dlared
A Pesmal Applieatlem. a geyser in Yellowstone National DROPPED FROM CUTTER be could not live without eating al-'
When one of the large benefactors of Park a few days ago. has mad& a wiill HAMILTON. other. The judge soon reprentot of
Harvard college library was a business which was probated in Washington. his folly. The lady had a fooli-h ni.
man In I.awremcep a customer of ht her home. T1 iislav. ture and a temper wbich o tortninte.
firm contracted a debt which ran along i e Treasury eartment Lieutenant Bryan. enginer officer he husband that he wowln proylyT
for a year or more without any signsthe United States Government. Sh- of the revenue cutter Penrose, whicai the sessions of his court far into the
of settlement. Several letters, says was also, engaged for a long time in Is now doing patrol duty in the bar-- night. "Gentlemen," he was acrew
the Boston Herald, failed to bring the United States Indian service in bor was painfully injured yesterday tomed to say when counsel or jr 7
about liquidation. the West, and was regarded as a lady ny being struck on the head oy a murmured at the lateness of thle ho;.-:
One day, while glancing over the re- of unusual intellectual attainments, piece of iron, which was dropped "as we must be somewhere. we cag
llgious notices in a local paper, HTar- 1 In her will Miss Weeks bequeathed from the revenue cutter Hamilton. not be better anywhere than we ag
yard's benefactor saw something which a large collection of Indian goods The blow cut a gash in his head sev-y re."
gave him an inspiration, and be went which she had gathered to the Na eral inches 4n length and when Dr.:
to his desk and wrote the following tonall Museum. to be called t0he "Miss Hargis was summoned to dress thei The truly generous t trnly wime. -a
note to the debtor: Fannie W-'eks Collection." She also wound it was found necessary to, heo who loves not others lives unbie.-
Mr. -:bequeathed to as many of the old take a number of stitches in it. ed.-Hume
My Dear Sir-I in the local pres- negro servants in Florida as are liv- The Penrosa thad gone alongside:
that you are to deltrer an address o ing and can be identified. $50 each. the Hamilton, which is also doint, A Saspletews Agteeme'u
Friday evening before the Y. M. C. A. on Ii is probable that some of these old patrol duty. and the officers of the "I guess your watch is wrong."
"The Sianer's Balanced Account." I In- servants resid- in this vicinity, for two vessels were conversing, when "What: My watch doesn't vary *
close your. -a yet nan oand trust 'the benefit of whom this notice is a piece of iron was dropped by quarter of a minute."
thot I marg:ven. Foomh ti one ff the c,^w. The men fluarter of a minute."
Ing yor lecture. Yours truly., -t o: a o warning to those below o "Well, I don't know how much WS
Fought to a Draw. shouted a warning to those belw t I
A ehec cmea by tM next malL Baltimore, Sept. 16.-Mike (Twin) look out, but I was too late as the,; :"t ortheto way be right"tIN l o
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PBt Penlso la


Denly, Weekly. Sunday.




Ufe Tm..........*.. 126 Hi olowr OWeklyMath... .$1 90. 4

Pinpsww co Ble at an Nows stand&.


0 strued unfavorably. In justice to It.e
Plmaitla paper, it may he added tiat
Sthe clipping was not taken trom the,
editorial columns of tie paper. but
was printed In a little column of.
S"'sgulbs contairing some insane je's!
3sW ai Llar matter. apparently the (f-{
fusions of an undeveloped journalistic

r T1oa,

wss on the

Pensacola Situation

ii is to be judge, however, by lat-
er developments that i:'* people 'of
Pensacola have found to ;heir s!- That Charge of "Grft." t is hope I future efforts for t:e sup-
ness, that the diagnosis (,! th,- enmi- A Pensacola physician has been ar p:cssion (o' the disease will have tne
nent Florida physician v-a, correct in! rsted and' sentenced for ch-culating hearty co-operation of all the people
every way. and that there is no room a report and charge that yellow fever and be crowned with success.-Tam-
left to "doubt hits decision ." does not exist ip that city and that Pa Timens.
Latter].' the people of Pensacola 'I- the authorities are reporting tha
pear to nave :nwakcneld 'o the neccesi- presence of the disease there bj Vigorous Measures Will Succeed.
ty for ani.telli:cilt ce-operation with cause there i. rat't" in it. A fe'- 'The yellow fever situation is ni1in
Dr. Porter, and are a-sisting him in low usually ho~ wasIrhen ha gets the tXoo cheerful. although here is no
Sovery. way. This change of front will small end of tha'1. and It may be doubt of the tru'.th of the assertio'i
meet with the hear'vy probationn of that this "sa wbi"-was offended, be- that the physicians hav, a slight ad-
every citizen o(f t.:T, sate. caUse he did not get a slice of the- aItag., in the s: ru1tte. The via, >-
For the b iintfi of ih,- Time.- and tte "pie" when it wap cut.-Miami M'e o:1t. m,;,i:str,-s ai Penp.:32-,!a w;11 k"p n
pithlic a; la rge. The .Ioturnail ill s' t' opPolia" "' tlne ('asets t eta e within b l nd-:; aInd
a l e h- P'0Vent the .p' .'ail iof the. dissen .
that he Pr n.Dac-la N.,ws's a'ituti Doin ts "B t. n r.I th fai.t 1Ta: i n.'r i

v'i "v is not fepresp i taiit c, ol( ,.. ,*,; l. r ., i . tI ii : i .' ; ,IT ]18 I I. '
,!. !" n i- ar '.. I L in Tact ,, i, ,, I ,. .
; .. r .- i , a ,a < 1 i t a l t i r .irl ln, tt A f D.>'. l u l a < s. I 1 t 1 e ' n o. ,l u ,s
--..,. -.... ....... T._ .-)...... the no' uitoe's. v ean our a14 c'ss-

entire citv. 1:. i .- A guiismi I"conI.
0t im-1f ma 11 ast Government Stree. The News has no influence at home. Confidence in aimtth Board.
"MU ONE No. 3L and no one attaches any importance The prevalence of three cases ol
to, or has any faith in. anything it yellow fever in Pensacola is regret-
PENSACOL.A. FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBPER 17. 19A says. The outside, public, however, is ted throughout the State. But thoe
n--ot supposed to know all this and f promptness of the health officials in
fiction a the quarantine station, an that reason The Journal feels called taking viros action to prevent
n eancCompntiesMWUponntodmake this plainstatementofaitt. increase and spread, as in th
rathere is not a port in the world, out- upon to make this pn statement o case at Tamp, gives assurance that
Pitial Co tion Funds. side probably of the three mentioned. the facts in the case. the fever will not-move fatal to life
that would nit have -ranted imme- Pensacola almost to a man stands and property in-this State. In this
it was highly interesting testimony connection, it is not amiss to Zay that
tat, Geo. W. Prkins. member of the diate entry to any vessel under the squarely behind Dr. Porter, his assist- connection, it s t amlss to ay th
irm Gof J P Morgan & C rnd firs; same circumstances and bearing, as ants, and the other physicians of tis Board of Health of Florida inspira-
rm ofi J Pr Morgan & Co.. and o Tarpon (ld. a clean bill of health city, in their honest and tireless ef- confidence in its ability to cope with
ice president of New York Lit rm tharpn au.rance Conipany. ave before iquaran t:, ation at, this port. and with the aid of our citizens they times.-Leesburg Commercial.
., .., Quaranwirf' station at, this port,. _

lpj'ol' and slick Iu) grn ,-:' .ll:
whether you fear ,h fever or no).t
The many ports et Florida afford a
Lcod opportunity fcr refugees to go't


into the Stat.'. and nothing 1) a 3. Every nurse must bea:. in Tiiid that the most malignant yellow fever
thlrrot1.ch patrol of th.' coast cou:. patient i illnnu'i1ons and al()i;i tely harmless to even the most su.sceptib!e
prevent it. if they were inclin-.I t:' n to!-imnmiiulne, if the pr:p:r).- p t"'onr are taken to prevent the access ot
cone hlure. Thl' rc riis from l:'.a ny :..-'.uitoes to the par' : i ..,:
States of numerous cases shows that 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there-
with but few exceptions a vigorous fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick
effort is being put forth to check it. room. and provided the innoculatiin of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
and it is safe to ,predict that the ep! during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
demic will not increase much more. 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished If a
if any, than it is at present. patient, suffering from any kind of fever, in localities infected with yellow
But, in the meantime, lt all look fever, who is confided to her care. is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito,
to Iheir own household, and when it even if the fever is proven not to he yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoying
conies we will 'be prepared to re and harmful even if not infec'tive to the patient, and it must be looked upon
ceive the plague.-Gaincesvills Sun. as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.

special lslaive proDing conini AndreIe Aal -- are going to stamp it out regardless Poter Will Check * No nurse can consider herself a trained eliow fver nue
Friday. a rpor: f which was given l A A of the petty nagging and continued Check It.His Ability "Recognized." has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which s
by the Associated Press in Tbh. Jour hicola an ('arraheile made a mi- knockingof the News or anyone else. Yellow fever in Pensacola has not It seems to be a ca. of "'you'll b experience have given her to effectivelyy protect her non intete I pa
take in refusing admission to the ve ~ o et been stamped out. Up to zl'ate damned if Nou do and be damned if those persons who are : pendantt upon her knowledge and exertions
al yesterday morning ce They p ,silv did nt understand there have been eleven cases and one you qon't" over in Pensacola. D):, from the infected.
Thbe face Lhai one man-the presi- Th, )ml did nt Iut now that Tile Journal's circulation for th, death. The disease seems to be o, Gonzalez. a recognize:l authority on:' 7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse eilus
The fact that on man--the presi- all of the circumstances. hut now that
dent of the compay-has authority, present month is going to break all mild type. We are content of ;h velow fever. has be n arrested for handle in protecting her patients are:
w, contribute out of the company s h records, and by several hundred atDr. Porter to ho the daring that there was no elow (A) The Moquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to isolate the Patient i
doubt that the" will b. the first toe !dread disease in checK.-Madison lever in Pensacola" and still others
funds. amounts as large as 48,70 rectify, o far as possible, the error that. It will be a top-notcher in the' New Enterprise. have been punished for circulating 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to p
without the knowledge of evn the ti- history of The Journal and that is * t that th i have i. passage of mosquitoes.
ance committee, is bad enough which they made, and certainly to saying a good deal. An Heir to Trouble. Vtherileport that sweet o ketch dim Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any p
profit by it in the future.b saying a good deal. A e t ub. Verily, the- seem to "ketch em patient's body Is in contract with ,he ne't!ng.
itself pro in the futurePensacola's Mayor Bliss seems to wine and comin'."-Miami Metrop- tiFeboty xa in aon seeh;ta h-
SPensacola does not want to Jeopar- have fallen heir with his office to no q examinations should ade to see that the- a
But the other fact that a con- diPensacola does not want to Jopa- end of trouble. He and the people, no s. places in the netting and that no ,m(i. ,es have found a lodging
a dize the health of any community and t end of trouble. He and the people *
tribution of that size--or any, are not a unit on a number of tb TheCae f Dr. Gonzalez. Th nettln soul be W in to keep he moqui
ber stze for that matter-should it was fo that reason that the unusual POPULIe quions, ana omearguments i The reported conductof Dr. Gon- entering.
be made out of the policy precautions in the case of the load- have not only been fervent but e- zaez at enaco is to b If mosquitoes are found he netting they should be
holders' money for a political 'ing of the Tarpon were taken. * W* -4NV4-F S** 41M4MM- erget(ic and muscular to a degree, reTrc ,tied if the charges against him side. not merely driven or shaken ..
notably the iast event in which the re trtue. Thi' sort of Thing is hb,*h 6. All cases of fever shotil r'> promptly reported to the
corruption fund is a revelation hat The Sit. Augustlne Record is one of Santa Rosa Quarantine. mayor was knocked down by his op direct and indirect violation of the awaiting his arrival they should h, ... red with a mosquito bar. Th
tk anything but complimentary to the brightest palprs that comes :o Bagdad. Fla. Sept. 16, 1905. 'pn & nt ,')('aise the mayor refused to law and should be severely pun ticularly important in dealing w.,, milt fevers, especially In in
either the honest of the insurance The Journal's' exchange table. Editor Pensacola Journal: na,in his official signature to the ished. In some or most of the des children in localities liable to infect-on with v'llow fever. The dis
co pany"s officers or to the business Why is it that the board of health .Ii:n Crow ordinance recently passed rotic governments cf the world ifests itself in such a mild form in nf.m. ) an| early childhood,
has not taken notice of the utnj b the eity council of Pensacola.-, ho.e t'-ranny we all frequently la- Elkel to escape recognition. On a a.. '.. :' '. 'ry mildness of
principles whicnt are supposed to nov- A Plain Statement of Fact quarantine placed : this. Santa o11sa l.aeshur (Commercial. nient-this action would he promptly toms the usual precautions are rn .' ;i. -. mosquitoes at
emr pres,,nt day insurance? methods. count Aabama and Georgia? * met not onl by arrest, but signal 'spread the disease without movies:: :'I ..- tInrecognl.ed
T county. 1i) Alabania and Georgia? meT not o i )7" a T,,bull signal'
The truth of the matter is th- tO the OutSide World, There has not been a case ot -l;ow. Nothing Serious Expected. punishment. In this land of liberty. tfor this reason, the most da- c ,int of vie
great monied institutions of the coun-; As an example of tie impressi-n, fever in Santa Rosa county in twenty Pensacola has yellow fever hut Dr. however, the individual is practically (B) Screens.
try. of which the insurance compan-' which the silly and inexplicable ati- y.ars. Thert is frmhm two (o five P i tc r is on the ground and nothing'gi n treedor to violate certain Al! openings leading screened
r. forml ac sml number have o the Pnacla n ew, e-of wat, r bet \e.,n this c('ounty an. serious is erpected to result.- classes of laws with impunity. Un-; of hospitals, wire screens ,vso
i form of recent years become so bold. so ence to D)r. Porer. the other n'alth otfi hat nas at) be done is t, walk in or * crossly exarg*erat .'. Dr. Gonzalez secured to tbh openings of th.'
efit. a.n< so ut;;erly oblivious to. cials, and the physicians of this city,,out. The Voice of Sympathy. should 1), in jail without th- privi- (C) Sulphur and Pyrettrum fo. -.
the rights- of The public ihat even is ca:'ulated lt cra".'" in the misn'is It is unjust to be published all over The fever situation in Pensacola id l ie o bail. just as a.ny other Fumigate the room with sulphu, wd,,)
the country as infected. Tc be extremely, regretted, and what- preacher and fom-ntcr of sedition possibly infected mosquitoes as early as ', .. tr ,i,. fourth da
highway y robbery is a v'rtue com- of the sate press and the outside pub- JOHN ROLURKE. ever might be the promptings o" cr't- should be. This American people take Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way. an'. it in prope
pared w:th some of their unchal- lic who do not understand how ih e icism in the matter of its introdu(- a certain kind of offenses with en- will r.t injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average room
longed an ; unpunished habils and Ne-ws is regarded at home. th-. fol- I tion and original spread they are n-. t:rely too much indulgence. 'and this cient if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of sulphu
pra(t ices. loiing from the Tanmpa TInme o( DO FISH SHOW TEMPER? trely silenced by the voice of sympa is an aggravating instance.-Tampa cubic feet of space s estimated by sanitary authorities; and one
thy which the fiction has excited. Time. I insect powder to 1 000 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the moquit
The act whzch the itoe president Thinuday xi] sor, rTurpos. The Finny Tribe May Indle la mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and bu
of the New 'o"rk BLi' tsIti, .! a Th, ;a t;en' :" ,'._ 1 a- Both Fun and Indignation. htou's' fumigation with sutphur is quite sufficient in ordinary cn
ha,;nt h1 -'n ,"-*tniuit::,, wa" tuo;hintc ;. a'*A> b" k:! '.. ,:Pn' ,'* '"" A flash inquisitive or in aa teuiper is THE TR AN SM ISSION OF f'me, of sulphur will rn remain long, and household Ammonia
more. (o-" l..s ;han th.li-nn; l., l t, ... : I -.,folh-wi ... 1 .1. undoubtedlv yn i )snrd idea at flrt 1 about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.

unless sne
clence andi
itients anil
s for safety

t learn to

n His Bed.
prevent tho

art of the

re no orm
toe0s from

killed in.

is is par-
fants and
ease man-
that it is
the s'mrn!-
re able to
cases are,

. Otlt,!do
al screens

to destroav
y Of rever.
r quantity
m is sfwfim-
ir to 1.000
pound of.
oes. The
irnt. Two
S ,- r .
I F r I

..... V. ... .. .. ..... ....... a 'o- 1> W1, R ; \ t *INi i f'
thc'iring pei-rhap- and ipn i')al) t. ,.'ti.t r 4:
qtgally 'punishable- -i rut c,.
moral thef: of 1he po',rv holdr-" the mnot malignAi miI, in ite .:,ion. ::Ia o':"''> 'a' ^ *, :w Til noI !d him
B.h'a hin high regard. Unde"' the circum-
Vha; right has 'he New York I4f.: stances, however, we are holding ouw
or any other insurance company to the hope that he will nave to fall in
act *tr its policy hoA-rs in political our estln-.aion: that we will in the
va-ners? Me It know what is bet- cflt dIu li t ts d ci- ot O
Some days ago the Times published<
ter for them than they Jo them a b-i"f ar'' 'tn "hic the opnihise:
selves?--and if it does know, has it of a citi?,ti w. (-xp"r,'seed cone,'rning
any right' to us.' th i:r m nice as a t.. I w' '.(t ra'itln iani':t'.(,' i
political' corrupt on Th1 w:I :h wthic', '1 N' -,n -oa iin n- -.:sinn the s'"1 ,
i;,.a'i: (offi< r Had any further cor;-
to debauch an ele'tora:, and perior; f.n 'r: of izen remark
public sentimnn'?" ioeen nec(cs-ar' 'h, c.npping nbove re'-
RI o-e nt Inveszigra'inn and dis- i'r, ii O cd co;;ld 'a' T'm furnish l t.
closures have mad !' apnaren* :ha' ('tt:i'!,,, ?oit- 1,'1 1't!it'"-:,)ss 'kf t'h
thbe great insurance, c,)tpani-s are '11'nlo a l (I on ; in the '-i '
,;* ;.' o< ngi ; :<'ns a!l rincm in Ihv ,S r:1-
accumula'-in: T, I mo mI, nke- and
>qu.indieritt: "..* :mi'r'i ,f h. pi l, a ,' f "-. ::. .x;''--to! n of Ith,
odo s' :uni on h:M-saa 1 fa P"'n:iacohl pa : ca:nn,'t ir i' ccn-

morc qw-s'ianabl an*,, he' m*has, TheJournal Printed Our-
ay'r'ved "or ,a hall,,W

What congress wi I do or can do
about it :s a; quet:iomn But tsome.-
thing ought to bh done.

The Taiahns'. Capita: s(emrn s
have a poor opinion of the Jack-< 1:
ville Me':ropoli- The Mc: rp'!hS-
probably reciprocates 'he opinion.

The Refusal to Admit
the Steamer Tarpon.
No one wiV' fin. any fanu' wih ih
people of S' Andr'.w Apa'achr: and Carraheli, fir- ;h. v, : \ i:' !,uia '
de-:r-. ,, p o'()',, h, "l, ',.:i' li >i : ,* :

bome- av-t.: ,tit i :, .,

i :- 'T

fa C: Io th.i'. t er't i~tt'! 11 1h.x '.''i
take a.01.rea 'o nabhi. preea u i' on- fe'-
Prespe 1' .-.

tbc' t.

Tbh. '~ a x T'a' '*n

kn' -

ina August, 1905, a
Total of


or an average


The followinK figures show The Pen.
sacola .lournalis circuai.lon lor eact:'
da uoi.ng t(he month of Au-usti 190-,
i uh .-, r average uiimb'r of: copies
August 1 4.350 August 16 4,800
August 2 4.400 August 17 4.800
August 3 4.335 August 18 4.800
August 4 4.400 August 19 4.800
August 5 4.350 August 20 5.250
August 6 5.000 August 21
August 7 -. August 22. 4.800
August 8 4.500 August 23 4,800
August 9 4.500 August 24 4.650
August 10 4.500 August 25 4.800
August 11 4.625 August 26 4.800
August 12 4.625 August 27 5.200
Avaust 13 5.000 August 28 .....
August 14 . August 29 4.800
August 15 4 600 August 30 4.800

Total for the


31 5,000
... 127,335

bet .. .., .. ..-. .: Average per day.. ...... 4,716
be I n.-re.'y <" r tf- "ha : :*.- abive state-
w .-5 't'-: ., I', --'- 0: h, .. !" ,. nt ;s corr.'c: according ;o the rec-
to r '. -. '* ,,. on :his ofile.
car'. :: : a-a : -an .<' qu;ara,'-, FRED A. SWEET,
*tat:,on. whi.' : a': of even mile< Circulation Mgr.
Swo-an to and .ubs-ri bel before me
taken aboard rom fighter a: th 31s day of P. STOKES.
pbt. Tcre wa- no p.ws.b:..:.y of :n- Notary Public.

sight, but the absurdity lessens on re- 'Th(e fumigation should h d','I in the morning, so that the root,.
flection. All animals of whose ways YELLO W FE VE A N D fro( ieof "odr by nit'gt, and it-',l,'d be done preferably indry weather.
'ita |l the^ r M 5A-^ rLZL 1i LE J('Ne!" the condition of the pi' ion; will permit, a room adjoining the
we have intimate knowledge reveal the occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared *
emotions which the fisherman denies to tHO We7 TO N U! f heT reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the dism-
fish. For example, children, lambs, HOJ VI feted room as early as possible after the fourth day.
young tigers, young lions, young mon- The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as screening,
keys, kittens and puppy dogs rush at is now conducted by the Health Authrolties, immediately after notification by
things which attract their eyes, and At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12. 195 the attending physician. u itities or when delay in obtal
that without thought of eating them, Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibli-ng sanitary relief s na, .siian and nurse must direct the
and if they are thwarted or Injured la ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care memb ers of the hocaus r.. .' t"',. -r.cribed reg td b the H
the cont-ct they are apt to rush at of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge 1 Authorities in Char. a -- O.'.-Ans during "the prestI
them anzin in irritation. If'. then, we the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito." epidemic:
take it for granted that lish are in- A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fv" ir silverand
tak e if guanite tha fish ar prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease. Remove all ornamentL. -. opper, silver and ilt
capnaile of curiosity and irritation, we which he had utilized in his teaching, and submtitted to the Society are pub- from the room that is to. '.. ,of a metallic nature.
are assuring that the minds of fish are lashed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: which cannot be removed. ca: : ng he objects tightly
f i d418I U ll4.t diffal'1 I'll L II UU-,+U 16U1 +! htmah

un amenta y erent from t ose of
all living creatures with whose natures


we nre famillrir. 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile di'-'oas
That. when one thinks of it. would be which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through it.
an -issu!;!ption so great as to be Im- agency of mosquitoes; and. as far as known, by the sinbe sl)ecies. the St.,
possible' of .ceeptance until it had been' omyia Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cist rn moI.quito of Ne.'.
justifi(1 hy the clearest reasoning. No, Orleans. and in fat'; of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails.
rensoning whatsoever can be offered. 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the '11,,!
in its favor, and s'me can be offered (If yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; alt"or-
athority wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health 01ot (ht'S. Hence Th i
against it. We have no authority for importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began.
believing that the mental .haracter- 3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis-
istics of fish are different from those ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed.
of animals generally. We are Used after biting the yellow fever patient. ThiI period.of incubation in the mo-.-
to believing this. but the usage is un- quito is the time that is required for the germ, of the disease to breed in the
Intelligent. It probably springs from body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary-
the separation of sympathies which glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission founnd, in 19000.
come from our living In an "element" that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days. in the hot summer mon' hs,
other than that of the salmon and the to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season.
trout. If we were amphibious we 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body *luring the p"'ri;
should have a clearer insight into their above specified. the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during '1h,
ways and perhaps find that both fun entire period of its natural life. which may extend over 154 day.- provided "'e
and Indignation lurk at times under insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another
the saturnine aspect of their visages. 101 days old. INote-According to Agramonte Siegomyia Fasciata in Havana
As It is, some of us who have beencan only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us. in Louisiana, Raysj
In the accidental neighborhood of a Dupree. it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
shark have had cause to realize that the pupa case. It was believed, at one time. that: (1) the females of Steg-.
even as "a hungry man is an angry omyia must be impregnated before they will bite: (2) that the female, after,
man" a hungry fish. when annoyed In biting once. does nt atpl;i:ori to bit, a -Pcond time. or a: lat uniitil fixv r:"
pursuit of his meal, is angry, too, and -even days have elauqedt : Lbui tiot ,i. ,- ., ..- ilie S ti- lt. ,J. 11 Il.o0 I,.!P a
not unwilling to risk his skin in vin- that have been isolated and ia-'-:tr-lt I.;! izuiii ih. n-ai .- t :l | .-.o .J1 4uli ,l'.
dication of his appetite and his wrath, and frequently. Probably alte.' tt. ha,. ,itJ, -.,d I it l ,e t. d i-:l. aunl ii; .
besides, all fishermen, to their borrow, Anopheles. within three to five day s alter r. I
know that there are times when salm- 5. A period. varying from two to ft.k :Ina : '
on and trout rise briskly, but "not In of an infected mosquito before the symptom of Io- .
earnest." the human subject. (This is the incubation perod,) of e : ?
SUnite.l States Army Yellow ever Commission foun1 t at iT hi:-t'
Many an exasperating hour bnve all ( experimental yellow fpver obtained by the bites of :nosq: es it .a el
of us spent with fish who give our from forty-one hours to five days ani seventeen hours, after tinoc a'.a'r: n
files a freliuent poke or a frequent 6. From the above, we gather that it an adnlt Sigomyia Fa s :1ta 1 'e
nibble at the tails of them and escape a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the deseas it wil; na'."
untouched. Many a time also have we to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen day incub,. on,
found them rising at the fly not with period in the mosquito); then, if it bites a suy-ceptible person at the expi' -
their mouths. but with their tails, seek- tinm of this time. two to five days must elapse for the disease ,) mnianife-,t I-
Ing to flick them under the surface and self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimating the probal,'e spread, of
to "drown" them. to all appearance In yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his environ.
the spirit in which a eat plays with a ment. a Iperiod of at least twenty-six days must be allowed -o lapse behfor,
mouse. The analogy between fish and the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed. towaris the ,es-
other creatures in the matter of cure l truction of the mosquito. can be determined. In view of the fact that several!
other rand g in the matter days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first ca-e may bite 1
ity aynd gamboeeng gobs even tharth.was susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
It may hare been oterved that It was days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in the
the young of tigws and cats and dogs present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case
and other creatures that we spoke of after its first appearance in a given locality.
as given to playing with things that 7. The Stegomyla Paseiata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
attract their eyes, not the elderly anl- that the poison is incubating la its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma;
mal so much. bite freely and repeatedly durlag this period, but Its bite is innocuous; either
Well fish are in exactly the same does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person
case.-London Standard. 8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (,. e. ar-icles

with paper, or within a tnin coati; .
Remove from the room to ire
roughly shaking. Open all drawers
The room should be closed and
.'pentngs in chimney, floor, walls,

": > "'* a' ] .1 1 a -us .
;;- tri.- material after thor.
and ',o-rs r'trii''e and closets.
mailh :':.. -i ib)v.'iie by stopping all
key hoie.-s uliii ia r ks. ar w.ndo'..',s ;nl

Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper 1 .,..apert) ovW
them with a paste made of flour.
The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, flat skillet preferred, aai
this placed on bricks in a rub or other convenient water receptacle with about
an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which mu.it be taken to
guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and ct fire to
the house.
The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and lighting i.
The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened 0up
and well ventilated.
NOTE-To flind the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the amount
of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by :W0,
and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
Take. for example, a room 15 feet long. 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
would multiply 15xl0xl0. equalss 1,500 cubic fe,'t Divide ;his by 500 and you
wiAl have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.





or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fevey patients e
their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bed:lias
or merclmndise supposedly soiled or "ontamlnated by contact or proximity
with the sick. is unnecessary.
9. The bodies or cadavera cf the dead from yellow fever'are incapable of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three day-s of
the disease (a rare occurrence): and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before dtlcomposition has set in.
19. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the.,blact
v"mit, evacuations, or other excretions (,f yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the
Stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.

Duties of the Trained Nurse.
1. No nurps can be civnsdir:reot a trained in the management of yellow
fever in the light of present. ac.'ipte'l, knowledge unless she realize fully,
earnes;tly, and conmcientiou*i.%. that the disease i; transmitted solely by mos-
quiitocs, and tOat it is her duty to pre-ent the admission of these insects to
the sick room and to de-t:,r therein.
2. That,,s the ins etrabio attendant at ho l h-'lidp "if 'n"- pa,',nt n.4
It It 1) ,, I0 t1 \ iil) t) C ill 1 1" 11 n 1 1 li .1 ,- r h e '1- ,if hl fi-
, I i ; ihi i ltl.i- i , 'i' I 1 :, : i n i ll I li .Ilc l, ,, I- )ti lr ,
i i l t InI l *llii l+'iil ii ll 'l i,'').,M ,. l ll f .ll $:' ll I 11|l l , 'J l i:" i ll .( "l' (
,i ..-. ilhN It ie' inl iUIl. -,I l. n, l ,)II h14rT inlitAlllg -ui ,l ,ap l li lum
ilit e i:)ip of transmitsionrof tni.s ,i4 ease. her pe:'sonal safety% i:f she is an
nin-iirunuineo and the prote.,(on) of the family and the entire household of
the patient, (especially if Ihse.' are not immune) largely, if not entirely.

r::DI.Dali L.::-i:: :i _--i _a zi-lQ l2- i~lZ< D ma 5?-V MLW


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THE PENSACOLC LA 4O U N AL, 8 U b lkW MORNING,' (3, St~Pt E MB R 17, 19'05



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. j


PAME pr"



ISrt m Gmr r nward an
IWO I gin fFu~nwhput

* (Extract from Revised Stat-
Sutes of Florida.
* "Sec. 766-PENALTY FOR
Sperson or persons who shall
Sfalsely or maliiomly dissemi-
* nate or spread rumors or re-
* ports concerning the existence
* of any infectious or contagious
* disease, shall be guilty of a
* misdemeanor, and upon convic-
* tion therefore, shall be punish-
* ed as provided by Section 765."
* "Sec. 765. Shall be fined in
* a sum not less than $100 nor
more than $1,000 or be impris-
oned in the county jail for not
less than three nor more than
six months."










nations Made to the Society of
United Charities to Care
for the Needy.


infthe Iittrmation of the public.----------------------------
the o dM of Cornv Commissioners ISnce the call for assistance from
ordered published the report of Stnat take into consideration witness ce- tnh United Charities, quite a num-
Audkrn Amos natone, COrrcts irregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases i 1 ery fon, tones up
cation i, js t fo' r A a her. inih I,,e. i., e .'- vh(h were had1, !.-e-P:1 Tdhese do-,
eport o fAuditor. : , 1,, ,, .; ,Aid ,..,I .,*i ,* ,' ,.,, ..,j .... i,,, URED OFiti A i BR4iT'S DISEASE. whole system, anI the diseases that
Tallahasse1...- .1. I!], 1. !n, II ,,It,.1 ,,. .,.f .. 1 4 <' 1 ***: *.. ,a .it Cr.RobtG. Buetora,.artoiC o.. N. Y., writef-iam glad to have no resultdfrom disordered Kidneys disappe
SHis Ezxellenc'. Napolt-on R. 8'.u. S;,>. St6. K 2'i awrl 828,8 whicu in the work of aiding the poor ana tunity i f elWb wh t mllalcent rits I tae ha.e dsing POLEY'S RID
toward. Governor. Tallahausee, have not n'en registerte nor paid. p h,' n.dy. or ele the relief now being iRgAter rd vrt mied a n i i bcau the C e has be removed. C
rida: payment of all of which was stopped extended must necessarily be cut off. with dropsy a my eyesight wa h bi ipired thi s Iii K.cel y e one o S f my bmi
r.~-Pursuant to direction of your The clerk aided me in every way The city has turned over the mat- cro the room. In at.rso bdly used that I had given up hope of living wh menc
eellency, I made an examinar'on, possible to make a complete and thor- ter ot giving to t'~e poor and needy as g b a on to, Ml Is ne o wo A t the fi wg Of danger. Do not
- d needs, and be or4 A A ZP tilpt uous flesh had gone, as well a tth eoo
belhtaiag ay 15th. 1905, of the of- ough investigation and I must men- t' the United Charties, and the bur- other ymptoo of dne tro e. lr weeurprised that was cured, a they
Sle of clerk of the circuit court and tion and commend his manifest deirec den fal. upon the shoulders of this lt Ybta in lE 5ethat er of a o from, having lrieht's Diae or Diabete
sheriff of Escambia county. and re- to have every warrant tainted with society. and consequently funals are aT edt tsnraled tob bbenehted.
isectully sumit the following re- riong-doing discovered even thoaugi necessary to *ke-p up the work.i 0 i"
port: it w uld add to his liability. j On account of tho prevalence of Twe SIkS, Z 6 s t
the cerk aico fted for all tax It appears to have been the general, velow fever there are now ny
sale cret t hIch came Into hie ctom of Mr. Burton to draw war- ,calls from families, especially those OL l l11 I Y
mpo i fIr whMchA be became rints to others for the use of himself; who have been held within the or- M REWb
resmpsile; h* Is keeping accounts many good, as well as had warrants, doned district, and unless there are
,ll r b e shld keep. I.lson and W. A. felby (who were I ln wll necessarily e to W. D LR E, Druggst and A othecary, 121 aa,
am a<.: January lst, 1900, un- at the tiple county commissioners) cease. The citizens of Pensacola are .. ..- .
till March 905. the ndties of the for "use 1. H. Burton": he would then therefore asked to subscribe as iiber-
cle as county andTtor and wP('e- tutorss them '". H. Burton." cish ally as possible, in order that th- T F60
tary f the Board of County Comwmt- 1t~Pl, remit the proceeds or a part go)d work may continue. The dona-
laii were performed by one Mr. thereof to the payee, or approprotet ,ons made yestyday to this fund OE T
a. ft. Vi ,. a deputy clert, i iIn tut, as the case might be. were as follows: A (Florida Female College.)
"AM1 Vat kImot Comptenm official, Whether each commissioner re- T. A. Jennings. .. ..... 25 0 TALA ASS FLO DA
th 4epty, daring said period, con- ceived all the warrants purporting to Rix M. Robinson. .......... 20 00, E The best college in [he Sorh for young ladies. Unsurpassed
gIll a M d f alentty alter- have been issued to him. between thA. M. Hyer, ................ 5 00 music and a:t under teacher whohae ted n America
ed oaty warrants on each of th, first day of January, 1902, and the flt Pauline Spencer....... Seing cooking and industrial arts taught young women. Phy
4~ 71" Wft ich t be haV P.' 'I- January, 1905. or the equ~vg-i. H. Smith................. 300Sewing; cool
arect osm hi he hSa1 d r -f January, iosi. rbl the equ!vtet- H. Smithy................. 3 00 And the Taron After Many Days of Waiting Was Allowed to Land a g nasiumimming pool. etc. re
dwasectiok.'1tWMlly d,- .... f, is impossible to deter- L. Myer .................... 12 00 the direction of a experienced lady teacher. The only tat No
ro the cout treasury to absolute certainty from th. Cash ....... ................ 5 00 Carabelle a t Sposd e s ow te o
pilc ftUs to toke amoun however, there is no doubt belle, and It Is Sd She Is Now for e y he ate orida,
p5 bd ed o the -on. eah c h er o dun tdcourse., kindergarten training, andfour-yeear norbial courses lea
es29, disotrib4k taK the see I. eacb cod issfoner, during Don't delay a minute. Choliera at t rt degree of L. I Acanced college courses of equal standing with
timde as ..l....t, tre -ime. dreS P taom the county faxttum, dysentery, diarrhoea come sity leading to degree of B. A., S.,M. A., ad M. S. Tuion is f
Oteral .... ..... ..... .1.0 treasur a sum considerably in excess sualdenly. Only safe plan is to ha nominal. For catalogrther parti
dge Pund.eamount prescribed and Imit Fowler's Extract of Wild htraw- After a delay of about ten days, owner was wired. He consulted President.
oper ..Forfeitur ....ud 17.6 tabula ed ttementshows the o'- berry always on hand. ithe coast steamer Tarpon, of this with Dr. Porter, and the latter wired ---. -
Witness e9t 441 tee, -F. and 'eeMce between the total amount pur- port, has at last ben allowed to lan. with the fact trlat the vessel hadim
F. Fi .. .. .. .......... 1.246.59 'r ..v been drawn by each REMEMBER THE YELLOW at Carrabelle, off which she has bebee een given pratique at th? quaran-
r during said period and FEVER IS IN THE CITY lying since it became known that tine station an.' had never touchedThomav
.amount allowed by law ;yellow fever existed here. The rea- here, and calling upon him to enforce
As e e mre lBlit apea per dle h mileage In- But the city carriage works are r-son that the Tarpon was allowedtothe lawOffers Full Course rA. B. B. ., and B.
Sning on full time with a large force of lnd was because the governor or- Governor Broward did not reply to Physical Culture, Elocution and Music ur
d altered warrant acc .... the best workmen in the state. and dered the sheriff of that county tothis telegram, nor did he notice any
inguti s report. a op of -c A p -. . they are always ready to do yonri see that the vessels were allowed t?, of the wires sent to him by Mr. $15,000 spent this year in building and equipment. Steam
lt lb Wh l T-: work pi-omptly and on short n tirp,: come up to the wharf and discharge Saunders, and the vessel was com- Electric Lights, Gymnasium, wimming Pool, Good Fare,
of onity nommiMsioners In the best possible manner. Remem- her freight, and that too, without any spelled to remain at anchor for over Unsurpassed. Strong f lty of 10 Experienced Teachers.
The clerk belg responble i -, ber that we are "immunes" and won't interference upon the part of the cit- a week with all her freight on
ollie acts of his deputy c l-k. leave te the city, and we will not allow izens. board. EXPENSES $209. IAMITD NUMBER OF FREE SCHO
prpt:y paito the cny tr the stegomyia about the works. All A telegram received by J. R. Saun- Yesterday. however, the governor AVAABL
utnry the2of34rd dayoflJune,selement kinds of carriage work and horseshoe- ders yesterday from Captain Barrow finally decided to reply to the tele- Sessidb pens Sept. 26, 1905. For Free Catalogue Add
of the loss sustand the con:y by J. G HILLIARD Pr. stated that the Tarpon had dis- grams. Attorney Blount, on behalf I. C MIANE HUNT, Pre et.
of the loss sustained the eo b J. H, rop., charged cargo at Carrabelle anu'lof the owners of the Tarpon, wired
e-,r aLcatnon 113 West Romana St., Phone 124., would proceed to Apalachicola to him and succeeded, in getting a reply.
S- fiischarge freight there, and the own- It was not until dre governor re-
SWHY O DOWN TO' FOR; presumes that she landed and un- ceived this telegram that he ordered IN S IT S TTY TE
A^EAR1$4 O.LD. : : ': G ROCERIES ,'c-aded her cargo,. the sheriff of Franklin county to give STATE OF
Asa tOLPfi E y The Tarpon went out from Pmnsa- protection to the Tarpon and allow embracing the following
Act aa ro Pritable Employ- -- ola on her voyage on August 29 .i, (her to discharge her cargo. Y LLOW F VER I Language and Liter
o t n k d "t go w i expense of full Board for trip ton -- :'le deliveredd freight at al! On account of the action of the year course leading to the
tYo the' t afrid tto tsrw old. Tampa. points. During her absence the fever citizens of Carrabelle and Apalachi- Bachelor of Arts, Greek
t T( l r t> maintain, as, the methods used by sad deputy in str' 1 ,t a -ot come to ie, Tarpon on her n ext trip to those ONE INSTITUTION WILL CONTIN- ouout the court
long a t a eHle one ru:hful av-. treating the afo: aid shortage, it was cit-- ut to the quarantine station, 'points, and the vessel will only re- I General Science-D
ne necessary for m to examine pracT- w t r::< was i , r 'celve freight for St. Andrews anrd UE TO DO BUNE A course; 1 Chemica
It s1 impossible .' is ,1 h ally every bill paid and all warrants Ths ,as ,ri., )utl wl, .-a", ':lvllle. USUAL Mathematical coure; Natu
retain? a Iuur w growth o .by the Count Commissioners s1iceCa'rabeli' and Apalaci., n. a ho vessel is expected to reach course. No Greek and onl
The pre ence of na uraff roin .'a January, 1900: in doing so it came to e' :anid arrd not : e. prt to-morrow morning but will not Latin is requird in these co
whieh lives and thrives on th my notice that the county had bn T.bs ord '" ".' .1,! 'mo up to the city. as she will go four-year courses.
the ha until n rives th - reamrly paving bill, which, in tiy the essl s-. a .ti. i .1- :fto quarantine where the freight There is yellow fever in the cty, II!. Agricultcre-Four-yea
o the iastr until i st bai, opinion, ere improper and shotl o~e n. a :'-" l -oantitme n.te will be ligUtered over to her. but the City Carriage Works are run- ya courses.
i 94tn Ierl ide is th "A- an informal meetir d f the ning on full time with a large force IV. Bglnr :ng-t-ou .y
dstriii It I At an informal meeting of the Boerd of the best wortkmn In the tatend in Mechanical. Civil and
wa e. e Bt pa dlihtf, S ~~of County Commissiorers at which -. 'O:*** *****,'*.-.:,, <@. @gog@4 they are always ready to do your Engineering, also a two.y<
7-1 g a E was present by. invitation; I called t.e w prompi
-epl 9 ... 5 e t halr- was t resentibyo nvotationor called t e work promptly and on short notice, in Mechanics. No Latin oe
Attention of that honorable body to in the bst poble nner. required in IU. or IV. The
dre n g,.a n h e. ,.l aasDandruf rs, v: Os n appiness member that we are "Immunes and under II., III. and IV. lead
Ae. i tb+ -.A ble-. offsThe employment of a county beaat!ayi won't leave the oty, and we will not agree of Bachelor of Sciece;
r. officer at a salary of $75.00 per month ; allow the stegomyla about the works. co t a Certificate of
art. pat each month of laand the Rem edy The or Ah kinds of carriage work and horse- V. Pharmcy-A full two
dieabdistreetorsendn10cnin tap"d.asco ioner's t e ns g eorviewdag. seigr tbeaer un one-yea r o
S dead bodies, no inquest being eld- THECIY CARRIAGE WORKS VI. Normal-Three u
for sample to The Herpicide (Co.. De)- Thi ,o include warrant for for instance, t oroer's bi.113 t e 124 a er atone course
mit, 20. .".,1f n June, 1904, for the May last. for Justice istrct No 2,I 13 et- -. o l2g t tianL A Diploma:
-- ..... 1. ............ . .was $4 .00, it was reduced to $3.00' g to an L. I. Diploma; A
at my suggestion, the difference in A recent issue of Medical Talk forI cases where union was the outcome of WHY GO DOWN TOWN FOrT course leading to the degree
lilt se. imy )pinion being improper charges; The Home. published at Columbus, mutual love, and both parties are GROCERIES? lor of P'dagogy.
ST H LA U the payment to members of the board, Ohio, contained the following artie physically normal. some general rules An a corps of compe
except Mr. Avery, each month for in- by H. Vivian Garland, of Ft. Barran- adopted from hints in above para- O| .ADFD[ icd A high borriculum-t -
spec, ing roads, the courthouse, jail, cas: graphs will apply. To get started on LU r Lincluding board, $120 to $15
Sp LA R9 Poor farm and work in connection Why are so many married women the right road the occupation of sep- Soo you will want to put down new eal for ottalogue
S i ..... oM thereiti: the payment to one crm- unhappy? Usually because their hus- rate beds is essential. Till a husband matting Why not put newspapers ANDREW D,
i. a a,, e Fa. m missioner. Mr. Sennott. at least on bands no longer court them. are not is acquainted with his wife, under- under it? This will make the matting
two occasions. for time lost in per- so kind. attentive or affectionate as stands her, he should permit her t ear better and keep the room warm ity, lorida.
-, forming service for the county a:-d before marriage; have grown tired of make advances. He should never er this winter. Old papers can be -
Ao h also compensating him for the same them and on strangers bestow their neglect the little niceties that render bought at The Journal at 10c per hun-
time for the performance of such ser-attention a man acceptable to a woman. He dred. All clean and whole.PENSACO
vice s particularly objectionable, not Why this change in a man who but, should be clean physicallyfeet, nose A clean ad hoe
withstanding he may have lost money perhaps, a short y deoe hdo moustache, teeth, clothes, hands cleat., ,__ CLA SICAL SC

,^1 V hoard with one exception. came in*o planned the future with visions of all the pains to render himself des- TERSELY TOLD
below I give a statement of the amount e rt ing before marriage; the rule appli,-s S ITS WORK.
drawn by each of these coimmBion. By far the greater number of ran- equally to a wife.
,er for meetings, mileage, Insecton happy matches result from ignoraofce To those wives who are neglected by b Prof. Walter Mtller, pro
San etc.. up t ge control.a n san cutoo, ogt home in loneliness while their spous Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish tig Tl assic h
SMr. Avery......11 $ 0 Drawe In the carelessnes as by secure pose are at the club or otherwise enjoying estimates on building and painting the following unsolicited op
S-Mr. Sennott.......2 0 194.20i sio the lover-like ways by which thev for themselves, I would say: Do not fret and give personal attention to work. friend and colleague:
THE rMr. Andrews.... 11 2n 99.60 won their wives. Women never former and worry, for that will age you and 932 Strong, and 824 East IARuS "The Pensacola Classcal
"< %. T-liCJ iHMr. Stwart..... .12 88 16.00 get nr cease ta prleazure' it If me, make you less attractive. Be cheer- streets. ,oingasplendid work forth
( J Mr Wiggins ....1 136.00 n k newi wvhaest an wives wot ful, exercise care in all details per- southern education. It 1. e
i 'in*Bi,,, to ld i pr-- l i Boan oi ou ,la t cou 'f ltnouh I ; faeinkt t o ir .sband s omif'-rt McKinz7.ie Oprting & Co., wholesale .upon broad principl.-s. ir 'he
\Iiinn l'c i'.;. I d-emr it prop ri ..',, -,in fir lge-n :, devote nir mind to .oulr huustehold and retail ship chand'dr.s and grocer, higher r ideals of scholar: bip
i Pt HC, .,I t i.la..< olle.' .1nd never permit them to demand dut. ep you.. e as neat and ar- the only first-class hca^ of te kind iJus a high standard o. .
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The Savannah News says:
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development of the naval stores pos-
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Nicaragua, Mr. John R. Currie, who
owns some 40,000 acres in that coun-
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called on a number of the naval
stores men in this city and submitted
his proposition to them, though none
of them, so far as can he learned.
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I rac SuppLcC oDy y tunsou u co avruccry Ku., cnsacut, r-i. Id from Misd4issippi examlnea his tract
and has the expert's opinion that the I
L* :.e. e aee.eeaee. .. Oi land will cut 6,000 feet of lumber to
the acre, or. if it is desired to tur-
S____ pentine the tract, from 75 to 100
.4,4<. '*' @$, ... .. aow that there is such a paper print- -boxes to the acre. It Is stated tiat
a at Tallahassee as the TallahasseeI Athe owner of the property wants
True Democrat. The Daily Capital :AuE L AVLS about $250.000 to start tihe work of
Flo ida Facts anan has the opportunity, if it wants to take developing its possibilities.
advantage of it, to keep itself busy aw This is not the first time that the
Some without paying the least atten- Special to The Journal. possibilities of developing naval
.. .. f tion to the Marion county democratic Brent, Sept 16.-We have had a stores tracts in that section has been
.-executive committee.--Ocala Banner. fine growing week for the farmers brought to the attention of the local
S- with rain enough to damage a great t:-ade. Some years ago the possibil-
6Didest Man in Floriea.'" ,1' years oid Her name is Puiscilla A Good Suggestion. deal of hay. A droutty September ity of finding a rich fled of opera-
Mr Sm.- Thlar,. ,-ct.s nium(era- lia). ue she was ,born in Virginia inl The public spirited citizens ot will as the treacherous thunder show- tions In Honduras were given consid-
tor fo h. .Tn-..me.. -*, .a: %a t')tber of 'bhe year 1796. She be- Wauchuia are lying awake nights try- ers overtak= us with but little warn- erable attention, so much, in fact.
run a". I 'nan i g lnIgewto a white family in Thomas ing 10o plan some way of procuring ing, an.a never wait until we can say that experts were sent to that coun-
lornat .. an:. ,Y ;a 1 i ,>er'ts '.un' Ga. vho gave her the records $I0.000 with which to build a fine "all ready." try to make an investigation.
.e u. .- F. ,..- an" ',f 'i-r hbir- at the end of slavery s,.hooi house, We don't charge any- The "dead line" between the city It was learned bv these men that
a .., .s-..- *, Ma; ... l, -h or in the back wwods v-. 'J ing for the suggestion, but have they and country has become a trading the pine of that country, while not'
for a "r hi, 7t was -n : h ..s a small garden. Sh. .:" of appealing to President post at the crossings of the leading the same as the yellow pine of the
ouLth .rl.na ,: .7. an, can a ..... Mr Browd tha: sho t. .< --".? A population of 800, ot roadways. No vegetables are admit- Southern states, does yield a gum
tabuish :~-e Sca. his b h ..- y a. : :',^ b nraking a.a 1 se1r:- .,er 340 are of school age. ted from the country without chang- that is suitable for making a good
thenic -ec- -.ala Barr-.r : wh.e people '-. h- herefore seem to indicate thating hands at the "cordon." 'The pro pent of ne and ro cial spirits o f turea-
S. &.' i sh, ,ver A ire glasses r -- .iucide ha', no advocates there!ducers are selling their stuff at the a rosin bt for some rea-
apes. Shattered. : shi. '-s that she (d not kano : Tn.N would therefore meet with halting grounds to peddlers who re- son no effort has yet been made to
Frank Walpole. of the Manatee R C- v-ha; tley v. re Capt Browd sa-d :hi present's approval. Counting tail it about the streets of the city. develop the business. In the opinion
ord has announce, his candidacy' tor i:at the old darky is as spry as ii Or.idren in their mother's arms, and Dairymen. alone, are excepted. of one member of the local trade
o-a.. a..a. r:a- and 'ver'r, shr was not let flfty. We have hear! those under five that must he consid- Mr. A. J. Ridlehoover of Oakfleld who alascussed tha matter yesterday
..t .,:,-o'.. a. 'here was one person found in u,l. Wauch'ila de,-- v.rv weil indeed. gives an interesting account of the the class of labor to be had in South
)a -rt of the State that ha,. Araia Chan ped'iler who was found sick In the American countries militates for the
*. , ..,' ... 'r.. ..turN mark and soin o: a woods near Ferry Pas present, at least, against extended
-.,- ". .' pa,ers didn't take kndiy a. :rspeut in Biscayne Bay. He was taken down with chills and operations in that field, particularly
v know that this old dar T atrsp of the season fever at Oakfield, and was taken n as long as te crop of the Southern
F.ort r, V .tkrs old for shet has the re aht a aran o th nasn charge by Mr. Ridlehoover on Friday pine belt is sufficintly large to meet
Sas to t 7 .s who have h c,,'k apparancd x, this morningvd by August 1st.where h was cared for the world's needs and the prices sa-
: : ia.st doub: -White S'".hs He'raid ) ....u !;ni about a week, when steps were takenas ey are
S. !he a front a r for h&s removal to the poorhouse' at present.
rvi i The Color "Line." No; unly was ,, OT of the On hearing of this charitable move-
Slars. It was reporej t(oda, 'ha' several arge-t ever see, ",. .a but it ment he dressed Nimself and "dug Scratch, scratch, scratch; unable to
S, ai {negrs arpeers engaged n a buili as one of \,er entered out" for Olive onw. Thursday the 7th attend to business (luring the day or
-4 n .:- o rn the eas~ si le of trin railroael ij. bay au.; .wep ,uiipletely across in9t. When the infrmary was sug sleep during the night. Itching pile.
an.; the northern part th it:,, it. Th.-s: who observe.' it state that gested for him again at Olive it is horrible plague. Doan's Ointment
wer." -eri '.,. quit work b' a str ,.. the spout formed in the ocean appar- rumored that the leaped over a fence cures. Never fails. At any drug
; dlega n 'he C..Tien:e 's I :'io ,. -1 but a short distance south of the and took fleet steps for the woods! store. 50 cents.
.... horougn whIch w. .o ,.;. hoes' early tiii< ziouse of Refuge, and was easily dis- Mr. Ridlehoover says that he "diet-
;I'- i somp thing tha I -'..i:.n g . p a : i :ntuai cerhible like a giant smokestack ex- ea on raw eggs, and used Johnson's Walotem's Angler."
the f - *',, tueIderstanu.:: r, tending from the surface high up into Chill Tonic. The chills and fever This Insignificant duodecimo volume,
..... ;- k,,t no! to% ,, ,,h i. "- ', I the cloud- moved Inland and. had abated and he was convalescing not remarkable for any especial liter-
S*'' ;, h h'-" "'an" ,;, ): '. i~ t. :' .. ':king t .:okt. the mist nicely.easy, cheerful.
a! '.. ',h. tAhe *R al'. and appearing' He had not been at Pensacola, but atry meigit beyond an easy, cheerful
ei.eanr ,,. u a no of released was at Bag'ad some time ago. datty good humor, Interlarded with
for 0 1. ,' n.i(, andai. i moke. He stated that he had lost his fam- technical information about a strange-
ner "Pe. I, Crossi iard the pot again il and property in the Galvesto,. ly fascinating sport, occupies one of
ahead energy h ba is tme flood, an that he had survived front the topmost niches in the huge tern-

rbr'ing irregular in forniation and ata r
Mas Crosed tho Cetury A* e!hei irrenergr in format o and a t a seris -njury after lying in a hos-i ple of British bibliographical fame.
Capt (" .a A a ggestion. :!'mes making a complete "S"- as i pital nearly a year. "Worth its weight in gold" is a very
'or: ?h. :, . .. Tr,, )nemoecra' .- zigzagged across the water to the' In this mysterious case of yellow' inadequate expression. The number
andc it. ..... ,." ';- '-. .-..- :n-' ;utlnt'd as to )U. shallow banks near Buena Vista fever we find an interesting topic for of sovereigns its value represents over-
ttiv : i p. he do!ts- a it again broke and passed investigation, under the new discov- balance many copies. Its companion
a i .!- .' :,..' ... ,,,. ,; a. A 3- ries (theories) In Moaiquitology. volume, the second part, by Charles
*t *' . and n .. nse blMak clou, followed or Where had he met with Miss Steg- Cotton, was not issued from the press
woman, n .. ., ial ,1o sn -. 1 ':lpe-l t e spout overhead and the omyia? When did his fever become until twenty-three years later and nat-,
wat(r was turi)ulent for some timi y llow enough to infect the country rally nrss th lrdy stupendous
.---. .i e h o ear the o t h mosquitoes? T iey surely feasted on lreadystupendous
mer the course it had traversed h s price when found with the earlier'
,T-ee spoilts are frequent in this sec- his bood from the rime h stayed work. I
'e d tring the fImn t bu the over night near Geo. Peters. (Aug. ,o
S'on. this, md-ing I f ot'hav bu hee 3i.) at the old Judge Campbell place. The perennial popularity of "Wal-!
aore h and more ieesting thanv be i intil found In the woods near "Cal ton's Angler" is very remarkable. Sel-,
S; er seen before..-Miami nr etropol Tippins" on the 11th of September. dom a year passes that does not wit-
SMetropos It seems to be highly possible--aye ness its reissue in some form or other,
S Pathetc h * C and. even p'vbable--that an up-to either delicate and dear for the con-
"_ Fatetic Echo of Civil War. date expert In scientific attainment nolssenr's shelves or commonplace and
SThe recent death of Dr. Joseph R right achieve renown by forecasting cheap for the traveler's pocket. There
."'^-- jSmith. ona of ourt well known wiln',- is a charm about the book which time
soournetr.."calls toninndhactouc u apparently cannot destroy.
tooie Iscn( *,na(ted when he came :here -
.v th his h'othir-in-a '"'l .Jordan, to
Smteet again after '.:-:ry ..t years How io M r ie foe sw. a
his war-time Yankc,. '7r exi. ex-Mayor The following recipe for beewax
Shilldin. Upon the' arrival in town can be vouched for: After the combs
in the winter of l%99, they at once sought the ex-Yankee soldier, whose crusihei and strained through a thin
PR'ICE S ARE acquaintance haid been made under / cloth the wax Is put in a copper or:
L SrM peculiar circumstances in the stren- p porcelain lined kettle, with cold water'
Sl otis times of civil srit, enough to cover It. nnd boiled for half
7'hntnu LI h ex-Mavor was a" -.. o some an hour. or longer if It seems neces-|
Sk a the Park (' h ary. When the wax Is taken from
the atd (o. Jordan ent -1 'ne a:,. the stove it Is strained and poured In
The ,aref; i workmanship. together w t to) them Ona pproaching, the old M vessel previously dipped in cold
h h g h-grade standard wonalen-. doctor burst ot pproaich"e g the old water. To make a round cake of bees-
a1 h h gra -e anari -n doctor birstout-with: "Are The ep ly Mor wa s' WIibmi
nlakn armens in tr l a- cod a. hilldin?" The reply was: "I be- wax pour the melted wax in a bowl'
Lan1 ,n th. countr \, wan h, ve so. S; : : of a mayor.' that has been dipped in cold water.'
t 'ar tll- o owin yo1 "fe a:,,ee who was with To be beautiful is to b loved al. f To make wax sheets use a board three-
l ii- i I, pa i : 'r- an -, v- n'-aArs when, taey. dashed in- there llwes the woman who is indifferent to eighths of an inch thick. dampened
Sr' 'he war!"' "Yes sir this she is vet to be heard of. Yet from with warm water. then dipped in the
,' i the!" 0 1wi'-hen i e uic he ar "Yes sit, time immemorial society has recognized
. a v a v e quick response: "I was one what the thought to be a detrimentinth melted wax two or three times. The
S rent a ank ..' wav of such a realization. Thebearingof board is next put in water to cool for
*" ; ..rn hsant tothemthemarringof a little while, after which it is taken
ii, lu' ,it t a ure. without whlch out, the edges trimmed with a sharp
1'th, .. -t,,,., .. be more remtec from trath knife and two sheets of wax peeled off.
Ant 0 R rnn w,,-: .... 4 .. .itn as pursy a natural To make these wax sheets the wax
l m K '1^' ^*^' '' '.4 : 7 .' r...' -o. ',aon*panied i' in, to be must not be too hot or It will crack.
- haBrnm:us e;u ne:-, upon th" human for >
a-' :n"' t-rn- divinoe than any other nsitur'l fataction.- j
.^ .. :no arms n- h ppled a nfleeemer. t
:' doe.r Mr. Goodman-James, the gentleman'
Sfurow- yon gave as reference tell, me you're
P1-,: c s< ', R t not very truthful. Jimmy (the office,
"- r',. Pa'&:nzn h rti, e boy)--Well. ay, yer slch a truthful guy
"." ..,:si5 ::(: ".'T ha'' is essential in the proper rnm:nap-t t ( vorsel' yer need an ablebodled liar
... ..."'- e a evai' case o. .a,,r : it r xel'n a an. "o =oftdinla
.. '" =.- the abdonial n'usclet thereby enabling Ike me round der place.-Philadelphia
'" e-:-nfl>NT r V" '' th.-i to sustami the stret .'n t'.t they Press.
1 x a .i a- n -. t ur.d-re" and fr,'m ti,- verve iact it ,*
Sc ii'~~ ~flrT rt';urn to -''"'p.* nerzeu n.


Ifaciicf tei.teir return TO n r'riA proper.*
S*n s ,:-'r c:.ldbirth. aid IS obvious ,I
that pa.-i r-ust be greatly, lessened from
this very reason,
It is a linient. it is harmt.ls. it is [
potent, it is priceless in its results, i: i;
Mother's Friend. Si.oo per bottle at drur
stores. Our book of priceless vale s :,
free to M! wtemm.


Their Dencent.
"Oh, yes," she said proudly, "we can
trace our ancestry back to-to-well. I
don't know who. but we've been de-
scending for centuries."-Philadelphla
an outbreak of yellow fever in the
reighborboods of Oakfl d. Olive ani'
Ferry Pass about the middle of Sep-


'art is to inter
sanitary equipm
Many family<
caused by the
account of poor
between the co:
You cannot









At this time ef the year there Is a great deal of maria ad chills and fever.
As a positive preventative try

Sold at all drug stores or at
LEWIS CO., Wholesale D, st G"vemaent StrtI
--3X10 00o o wxm


Jackuouville. ~orda-


Nvaaun Tamp., Pe-I--.


The Conaolidated OrecGwy Coe ay S t me r to the 0. B. aRob
Company, of Jackaoavlle; the florida Grocery Compay, of J0a11' m
the grocery breach of the florida Naval Store and Comauleon oimpea,
of Jacksonville; the grocery branch at the Mutual Naval Stores ompay,
Jackeonville; the grocery broach ot the Gulf Naval Storm Copsay, 4a
Tampa; ae grocery branch of the 0G Naval Stores ompa y, of Peasael
the grocery branch of the West Coast Naval Storme OomPay of PeaaO01a
the grocery branch ot the Southern Naval Btorme Compay, a BaaMAh.
Will handle *,erythlng In Heavy and ULight Grocere, Grain Deoteatle
and Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, et. State Agents fr U e WhII
Hlckery Turpentine Wagena. ,,


Don't Gamble
'when it comes to Insurance.
-- Quit taking the ritk yourself.
Turn it over to us and

Have a Good

Policy Written Up.
It's safer and costs but little.
If in doubt ask others wio
1 know and have had experience
Investigation will prove we're
right. We take :.ne risk anj
.' t hta ends your worry. Insure
. now. Delays are dangerous

^^*^ --- i--- -- i^ -* * ^

Frank Reilly, Agent, Pensacola Flordai



The JournaFs Classified Cash Advertisements

-a -wt-a-ei- sohl IortMN& X MNo ad tawament taken for less tan 28z. X Sp el rates by the month.
----------. ..tr t-

Don't Wait For

Dead Men's Shoes.

Buy Pensacola Real Estate now.
safest investment you can make.
burn decay or run away.

Something Good on
V% WT-1 4 V- Twaf

It is the
It won't

Help Wanted
WANTED MEN-Easy Healthful
Work. $3.00 or more daily. WriLe
for particulars. Continental Distrib-
uting Service, Chicago. 1 *
WANTED.-Traveling salesman for
Florida: staple line; entirely new
inducements to trade; high commnas-
sions; $25 weekly advance; perman-
ent tn icht man F .* CarleavC o'

Have Youa

Real Estate

lFor Sale?
Then let us know about ', at once. AWe
are in a position tb handle it for you

Detroit. -Mich. 2t; quickly, if the price is right.
WANTED.-Agents for Complete Aus- ForT Rent.
sian-Japanese War Bonk- good sa!- 6 room cottage, bath, part!, flr-
arv. ;am "l*b" f, ',- A 1.1.'-- < l, lo" ( .
,' I t 't l. i-4 llj I li I',l I.l i l.
}J'% U' Money to Loanr
WAVMJT-Tw men in each state to_ -- .

Noth North and EhaSt ill. represent Hardware line. Esta
Ilhbed house. No canvassing: salary
Act NOW 1 $21.00 weekly. Expense money ad
vanced. Address Hardware Dept
^i- It
PenSacola Investment o. WANTED-Traveling salesman want
ed to sell grocers. Permanent pos
A. f~v 1 eft AM&W tion. State present occupation an
W. L nWlZ, frt L L. ULMvSO, Secvrty. salary expected. Los Angeles Cide
J. S. STR UlM AV.4ALmaE G Ni. d. K11WU5 KYUm Treamurer. Co., St. Louis, Mo. it
2 aw "awe, 6" Ao 1 WANTED.-The Pensacola Journa
215 S tit PoIftx 8tr41t, Polsaola, Florida. has employment for two more relia
ble carriers. Apply to Cilas. F. Stev..
S--, art, Room 9. Salisbury building, 'W
Government St. 16sept3
WANTED IHELP WANTID WANTED.-A first-class cypress shin
i l gle sawyer to operate a Challone
WA. ,. D---9verynbody to know that WANE'D--Energetic workers every- Power Machine. Address the J. J. M(
I am prepared to furnish them char- where to distribute circulars, sam- Caskill Co., Freeport. Fla. 14sept3t
coal in any quantity, as I will alway pes and advertising matter. Good
have a car load im hand. Will liv- pay. No cahvassfng. Cooperative ---
er an' amount from 4 bushels uIp. Advertising Co., New York. It* Fo ol
Wagons on the wreet daily. Whe For S l.
-on want charcoal 1l n for the fog WANTED-.-Ale young persons wno .FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautifu
S uoic Coal rd. Go. are good stenographers or book- country home on Reservation; goo
vch.Prop7s--. keepers, that are seeking positions er fishing; good garden; good water ann
WANTKD-Young deer for p. Ad- promotion, to register with us imme- plenty wood. Will sell cheap for cash
dress C. H. Conoley. Wallace, Ala. dately. We can secure you good pos- or rent reasonable. Apply F. N.-4ow
17Tept3t. i itions. We are having more calls ell Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, Box
vorSTrr'daily than we can suppiv. It will cosr 36.' 15sept.lm'
.WAN4k O.-To rent five or si room You nothing to register with us. Meox 3 1 ptmT produce eg
cottage. either on North or West & Munro, Proprietors. The Mobile MCK fowl pecally wel flavegL
111.. Must have all modern conve- Business College, No. 62-64 MN. R makes fowls especially we llfavor .
leaces. Address P. 0. Box 464, City. St., Mobile, Ala. 15sept* he t food to be found. F. &
]@4ept- Melen & Co.. Phone M. loo
wANiD[.-Position by experienced WANTED.-First-class teacher for FOR SALE OR RENT.-Black top
male stenographer. Address 600, first assistant teacher's place in tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for par
care Journal. 14septlw. Chipley High School. Address Prof. ties to camp out of town. Address P
L. D. McRae, Chipley, Fla. 0. Box 446, city.
WAN1TBD.-We can accommodate a l0septiw. cOpley Fla Box 446, city.
few guests at an up-to-date mountr.- ----IFOR _SALE OR RENT.-10 room
hotel; climate deltghtful and good wa- WANTED.--Agents make $6 daily ell- house and 120 acres of good laud<
ter: moderate rate. Address F. D. Ing the cheapest and most perfect located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to
Cunningham. Buena Vis*a, Va. Water filter ever invented. Retails gather or separately. Terms reason.
septm* at $2.00. Big profit. Exclusive terrt- able. House may be rented tempcr-
PLUTOt PLUTO!Seneca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's oL
Keep y(r system in r.ood condition t fi ce. 3 sept.
rnd vou need not fear any disease WANTED.-Smart young man able to I-OR SAtE.-I am Florida State Agent
YI to. tbe rat stomach dealer, for Afluence large orders ,$or wen for FIMa--)I Burglar Proof Sates and
sale. wholesale and retail, by Jae. -known brands of whiskies. Address Vault Fixtures of all descriptions
McHu gh. with particulars; references antd manufactured by Alpine Safe ant
WANTED.-To rent or buy improved terms. W. Hughes, 7 Corps Building, Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
place, 0ot more than 8 miles north r'etons Row, Liverpool,, ngland Communicate with me tor prices and
or northwest 4o P-nMaC-ola. wkh 1i, to ep . _. terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
2.> acres of land & cultivation. ,as- WANTED.--Trustworth m4n to man- rttt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
,ne HtIo. H <: Fla. _lseptlm* age ranch office and distributing d. 28june.
Ki't, & HiAi. -ontracmoir painters o for largi manufacturer. Salary to FOR SALE.-S.da fountain. stock of
~' d deco i-el Fn inr 'arnishbiUI 'ar :h. 1-. first year, and extra confectioneiies and ci'-ars. located
.,i r,-ihing. Sign pani(l):r a sp- onmirsin, andi expenses. Applicautn Palafox strtci. Can be had at bar-
ItI R. biteni e phone 241. aug. must liha good references.and S1000 gain if purchased at onne. Apply Es-
.- ca sh -capimal secured. Experience u cambia Realtl Co. 13aug.
s.li- laura '. ('rear wil' resume necessary Address "Manufacturer, -'O- n ct
aencr for the Wiuona mills hisiery. 21 We:t Atwater Si., Detroit, Mich. FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4
and solicits the patronage of all form- sept. rooms and hall) between Palaix
er customers. If interested in good and Baylen streets on Jordan St.
bwsiery send postal card and she will WANTED-The people of Pensacola near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap-
call with samples, or phone 147. to eeCe worWW l L. L Ma Tb Jouraalt Ily tc J. W. West at Saunders Mill.
27aum. wWant Ads solve the problem for ON. 22 auglm
WThey are expe'-. detectives, and can
WAANTED.-You to know that you caA find the man you are looking for if FOR SALE.--Old papers only 10 cents
bay .ice.. clean old papers at T b he Is included In the 25,0" or 3Se,o per hundred. Good for wrapping
oflice cheap. people whiael mlaes the p6olaj*o ot paper and to put under matting. Ali
WAN'TETI.-Everybody to know that PIensacola. clean and nice. Journal ofce.
cur Blend of Coffee may be Imitated Any intelligent peyon MtW e ra -Do you value your health? If so,
but can't be equatld. New Orleans good income ce nawn use our pure Blend of Cojlee "Dewey"
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. paSpers; no cnatsing ltnews- and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
auG2( Mc h. Punnecessaryrop. Send or ; aeree Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30
WANTBED-The public to know that Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport. We have been with you in Penaaco-
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters o, NY. 3 I3JuneSm la since 1874, and still Intend to stay
Forida. New Orleans Grocery Co., WA with you and serve you with the best
sid. McHugh Prop. G oy C WA-NTID.-Agre L different Coun- of groceries at lowest mar-
McHuh Prop. aug es in rdatohahdle Alpine Safe ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
ROOMERS WANTEID at No. 17 W"a 8nd Lock C5's Fire and BUrglar Proo rCo.. Jas. McHugh. Prop. aug20
Ra treet, ity. 2aug6w Safes and VaUlt -Flxtar of every GROW GINSjNG. 1rge--profits.
WANTED.-The Mercnants Transter description. Write am for terms. Room in your garden. Roots for sale
Co. wants your moving and baulln. Scarritt Morep oPe lal 4a.. Floor Write today four rd literature. Bucking .
All brVakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- ida State AMet. lg e ie toa Gare Zaneavllle, 0.
"&. prop. Phone 976. 19junelma. S r28JUe.harn's Ginseng Garden, Zaneville, O.
Wea. Prop- Phone 97. 1junelm. BAY HOT3 --eW-.naght and day. 13ang3mos.
Wa want everybody 'o know that we .um 4 0 0 6 flght an=d FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine
are wholesale and retail grocers and clean. Tm tn tradb .4, 7 -te young mules, sound and in gocd
Gtfi at the old stand. New Orleanslo o 'th.-. roaqS I condition. Also one 2-horse Stu.e-
Grocery Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. P baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4june.
augN0. 'Y..re_'ctrr work o*.all
^RLKY'D--our ldoctrzc work of alA -- .._ -_ -- --

kinds. Let us clea your fals, re- d
pair your dynamo, do your wiring, etc.
Fhone 570, Penescola Electric Co.,
eaer lateauaencia and Baylen strOet
W TJD--Hauling ana tdtr anstr,
work. Office phone 363. Residence
t 3ees3. Acosta & White, 2-28 N.
WArT It-Oers for The jourmia
b1 e mPS ua& ad Panma Canal
luitis. which will sbhor apear.
Will PlMtain shal-toa* pictures of city.,
harbor and spedal seees. 15 cme.t
Leave orders at Journal eoko.
WANTD---8eas-aagt Cora, 0. Oat
aa cottuoa seed mels acka. Out c
tow s asi eants solietAt. Write a
F. S. Melln & o0 sarka*
A- L 1NUHAM wants your movan
and haulun. He guarantees an break-
aee. Phone 3-. oe
Saco &P-tiANLD & U &N6Ut'". HouSe-
bold Artitles. Jewelry and say sale,
able Aitick wanted. We pay C0a0,
Tor it Address e 0 ox U&. Cbity.

sPecialtjr and your business- Wrl
hav careful attenUos. D. Hale WlI

Black Holoen cow with brass tips
) horns: about 4 years old either '
prler or with calf. Regard for re
urn Burns Dairy. SOS W. Zarragos
t 1septlw 4






in large or small am.lnts on Reai
Estate, plain or endorsed notes.

200 Theisen Bfd'g


doing business at 204'3 S. Palafox St.
and not running from fever. Rents
collerted. Real estate bought andt
We advise you to stay in town, but
whether you go or stay 'et us collect 4
your rents. e
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. Thos. C. Watson & Co. 6atig
MONEY TO LhA.Ni-Un good res as
tate security. or on good collateral.
at lowest rates. Leslie L Brooks,
Fisher building. 1ijav
MONZY OA.NED on any ada
klnas of personal property. pay&ab!
wekly or monutly. When you ne 4
motuey, see me. J. JLA. Wilc 22% W
Government stret. Sasbury bulildln

| Refugees From Pensacola
can place their property in our hands for
Collootion of Rents, Pay-
mont Of Trxes, keeping it prop-
Crly Insured or Disposing of
same. We are here to stay,
fever or no fever, and any busi.

ness entrusted with us

caretul attention,
Correspondence solicited.

IThos. C. Watson & Co.,9
Leading Real Estate, Reltal and Insurance Agents, %
Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.
TfT4 6 1V f 4 4 4 44 T&fw f

FOR SALE-One lot of fine show oom I. o ....
lI cases, especially adapted for mil- LOAD on go W
- linery purposes or for drug store; O tla *" DIR EC TOR
- also one lot of counters and fine te Uso & "&0&I E
. French plate glass mirrors. E. L. aug.2 FURNISHEDI) OR UNFURNISHSD --- ----- ----_.._-
t Reese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep rooms, near business center and on CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
---FOR SAr-M a runitr MONY LOANED on ail kinds of pet% car line. For furtner information There will be a meeting of this
FOR SALItore, -- t a a s f u tur sonal property on short notIce, ring Phones 368 ana 848 5 ngs. body on th9 first and third Wednes.
c-138-140 E.Intendecud a a Terms eSouTPal. t. Builard. upstairs OR hFNT.-Furnished rooms o s of d elegate m are uest to be:30 pr.m. All
F E Sside of infected district. Apply tto t ROBERTS.
FOR SALE--One Choice block on top Snov 805 W. Belmont street, city. I L Z. W. ROBERTS
of the ridge east of the electric UNLIMITED amuunt of monlry to oaA 1i2septlw* W DELAY P'resident.
railway, between 7th and 8th streets. on all kinds of personal rorty R MS AND BOAR-Several largSecretary.
Nature has favored this section and it Special rates to busise on large rooms for ROOMS AND BOARDSeveral lar e sce No 3
1 cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. Ieants M"he New ork Loan Co, 204U rooms for rent with or without board | Pensacola Lodge No 3. K. of Pd.
Cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubs. a he Nw Tko. 4 directly on water front, suitable for -eets every doncday evening at S:8
SPLUT01 PLUTO! conlight housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Rct- o'clock at ti'!r Castle Hall, B3lo0t
d Keep your system in good condition tinger, Fisherville. Phone 933. Watson building. corner Palafox and
h and you need not fear any disease. Cashran's PownShoes )sept. Garden street Visiting brethren meo
"* luto, the great, stomach healer, .fr 402 8. PALAFOX ST. WANTED.-A few boarders in private, dally welcome.
sale, SJ. H. BREWPoN. c. c.
x sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. MONEY TO JOAN ON DIAMONDS family; convenient to railroa shops H. HORSLE. K. B ON C. C.
* McHugh. Watches Chains, Rings and all kinds and on street car line; large rooms.LE K o R
WALL TINTS by experts; results of collateral security at lowest rate of with privilege of use of baths and tAl. Rathbone Lodge -..
* guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone interest. Bargalns I unredeemed phone. Address D. C. S., care Jour.- 30 Ka of P. mees every
S4&5 ^1julylmI L hal. 24auglm TY .rsday evening at i:S
FOR SALE C HEAP-MY three-year- to loan, in amounts of o'clock In their Caef
old Berkshire herd Lar, Duke $10,000 $500.00 and up at 7 and 8 ae a. thdrd floor. Blodm.
SFTorda, No. 6s,9s3.' Alrs some ne per cent. interest. Thos. C. Watson FOR RENT Wtsoa building, south.
young pigs. 1 ix68,mont3. old boar, some ll & Co. aug et corner IPlaft. and
regstered.and tra erred. Carl Set- FOR RENT.-Completely furnished Garden streets Visiting knht e ve
registered ah le rd. Ca. five room cottage on East Hill cae cordially welcomed
Sterlnd, Chipley, Fla. 18ly line in excellent neighborhooduntil J Le K EUTI, 0
FOR SALE-BPa Iul. block in New M oDecember 1llent. Phone 879. 14septlwo* Ley o
City. Tract No.y2. For cash $400. AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Ant;- FOR RENT-Cottage with jath anal Knights of Columbus
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Hous.3. Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures gas, 1107 E. Cervantes, two block Mcetings of the
laug to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a f:.om car line. Apply to H. W. Gibbs, Knights of Coluibus
MOR SALD-Ktll the germs 0 ever- good liver regulator. You need it at at Forbes store. 13seplw* are held at thelr bal
order a barrel of slack lime to-day. this time of the year. On sale a a FOR RENT.-12 room house., corner No. 8 Went Intendo
Phone 367. -"h- 4tuglm druggfsts, or at Lewis & Co., Last Hayne and Wright streets. Apply cla street. on *n r
Government street. Price. 50c. V.M S. Garfield. 27aug. Monday eveo lg aa
FOR SALE.---Shingles and wood. MIG.e 13seplm. FORGRET.- a r1l o. 7"0 O'clock.a W
jMt w fFOR RENT. Smah farm 1 block out.
Just west of Muaoogee wharf. C.L. My wife having left my bed and an. side city limits on o t viltaUtion is xtea p
Creighton. 10sept2n brdam longerresponsiblecity limits on county hard to visiting Knights.
board, I am no longer responsible for road, with six room house; Wind mill; JOHN B. JONES.
FOR SALE.-My ,'Esidence on East any debts encurred by her. eaul water pipes in yard and all through EDM. FOX Grand Knh
Hill, either inlAding whole blo:.k Peters. Hard Road, Goulding. house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. Recorder. K ht
Sof twenty, lots 4bil3 1-2 feet each or 12septlw* M. McCiellan, at First National Bank. ...
nuarier block of five lots. Apply a(- .. Pensacola zgaugim' Pensacola L;d Ne. 4, I. O, 0.
y office, Thesen Building for r PIANO TUNING. aa ... ..n.a Led No 4, 1.06a. 2.
-r parliculars. C. W. Hageman. I worked at. this 14 years in Mobile FOR RENT --Lorraine House, corner: Pensacola Lodge No. 4, O. O. .p,
'4augl'n. sa. eman I will satisfy you in price and Hayne and Belmont street. Apply meets every Thursday cvenlng at 7:0
quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244 W. S. Garfield. 12jul at the new hall on West a "
FOR SALE OR RVNT.-New 7-room J,ast ,regoly St., Pensacola. FOR RENT.-- idenc. lately o> invited. .s brthn eard
hose at Gouldin; lare yard. copied by Dr. W. Hall, No. 111 WITKOVSKI S
hade outrees, near railroad, fifty et Old newspapers are good for many LaR a street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla. things. You can get lots of them 43 S. Palafox streeL 7June REBEKAH SISTER&
22 aug3w* cheap by calling at this office. I FOR RENT-Twenty-room 'douae, cor. Naomit Lodge No. 10. Rebekah Sl.
OR SL-S dad cas rgs RGULAR MAIL LIN--Good convey.! ner Barracks and Zarragosa street, ters Deets every Monaky night at
OR In perfect condition. Will el anc for traveling public. Daily ser. Suitable for boarding house. Apply 8 o'clock In L 0. 0. F. Haj. iSI
ter or perfect condition. Will ai, vice ech way. From Chipley to Bay. to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 But Zarra.- Itlg sisters cordially invited to 'e
ekh or or, tame. A tbargin. head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley, goass. 3m:f present. MRS. S. DeTHAYLER.
be seen at Jame% McHugh'a 22mc Fl 24mch MISS MAMIE FRUEMAN. Secrvayy
00GO TO TURTON for all alsei z ls & RRAL. TATL. j-r
Cameras laded and unloaded free *RAL BSTAT in all parts of city. Found M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first sne
of cobrgn He makes best photo- You buy the grormd and we will
grapb* toe south. 32 years a lsa@- bun your house onong time pay FOUND. -A few days ago, a package third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
r. 18a mens p. Hal Wilso & Co. of letters and papers were found; -., RaffordHall.No. 10 West Inte.
FOR SALB.-10-room nouse. corner TAtOinG-B. Diamond, Tallor also certifiCate of discharge for J. W. denca Street. A.Q p
lot, 3 bdoks fro*t Patafox, lot 96z iet's clothing eloaed, pressd and Kanen. O*Wer may have aem by J. L. SWEENEY. See.
1 on car aine. For particulars in- epaiS onsh notice. No. 11% paying for this ad.
quire of Standard Clothing Co. west Governmuat St, Pnflas, .... W.O.W.
29 Jn, d .O..
FOR SALE-South "half block 211, FO --N DOLI-AR AND --JFIFTy Prf WW 'Dr~tiyu o HkCampN.? Ix, W.0. W
fronting'400 feet on 13th street, byI CENTS per head, We will haul out ... Wednesday In ch month. Via
137% feet on Bay View Park; also dead horses, cows, etc. Leave orders8-'--ne
south half of block Zig, front 1 400 i at 136 East Intendenca. Herrlug PATTILLO CAMPBELL, sovereigns cod Bally initd. C.
feet on 14th St., by 187i, feet on Bay .roi. i MLESLIE BROOh I. CHak
View Park. The only property adjoin- SAILMAKR. -Attorney wLaw, .
Ing Bay View Park that is now for j. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South Room 405 -Thiesen Building. W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove. 1 ,
sale. The beautiful view down the Islatoz street. Orders taken for ..Woodmen Circle meets lst Thsda
bayou and down the bay can never be touts, swoins, camp stools sad hose of each month t 3:30 p. m.. 3rd oor
obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30Jly cots. etc. Prces. reasonable. las THOSE. P, baton building southwest core
.... .. ... . LAW. REAL ESTAT6I LOANS AND Palafox and Garden streets. Visiting
k4 04.01A A. ........ .P PALAFOX AND ROMANA. A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olsem,
4 PHONK 559. Guardian.

MAIt108 East Govrmn stat I

Ii I IA ..IIc.....I .W.G. BARROW, Master.

and make the Interest of our Room 600 Thli, iA Pl id.hm73 -B.tw7eW-
o not lose feth in your WE LSH SMITH COLA CARRABELL ST. A
SP sa ela re l estate Is DREWSo MILLVILL L
D e rTIST And all points on St. Andrew --.
r W M. W e olor DFiher Building, 204/ South Palaf Carrabell aDULA icea.
A Street. Lease Pensacola Sunda, 8:30 a
PHOMC s.p i for Mobile, Ala
h Avenue, rents for *7 L PHONr 52.g .ve Pensacola, Tuesday. 8: :5
MJAe 6 2 5m -- .- f fr St. Andrews, MI'lvQie, Aff
*nfn, .N I N TILLER, lacacola, Carrabe and int a

eot, a nle home, at 40 Denttl oro additional f Iaon B, .
tUp of Interest on Improv or Room 8, Brent BuHling. Phone, L 2. Rt. COBB,. and Pas A d
51 G St ------ "*' Pensacola, Jla.
-L. 0. PH-ILLIPS, M.D. -
fat Buildfx s
tret. Phone o7. ru-:M to a. a., sa Manofacturers of
s Plane 67 S to 9mu.. and Dealers in
. . . .u.. ] aence, 10 l t Palaft. Phone LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED fYPRS |O
65-two rings. Oiee P asese 4. SHINGLES AND KILN.

will receive


Lot us attend to the collection
stiek by teD post of our duty
allents our firstt consideration.
vestments or sacrlifeo your ha
wmth as muoh to-day as it ove

A Mi Investment, Corner Ho se* on 7
pW uwth, house In first-class sooud

A. Sx-Room House on east Belmont str
Money at the lowest maer t ra
ve40 at rPt

206 South Palafyi 4

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TI E I UGeneral Dealer in

CONTINUES GOULING DkylesB1,711resC eare



Number of Donations Made Yes- Will Be Held This Afternoon and

terday, But Fund Still Lacks
Several Hundred Dollars.

The relief fund for :he clean
of the city and caring for ihb
and needy of the citv. contain
grow. bu: thilre are sil severs
,ired dollars lacking. i: ia nec
to have at least $5,00., but
amount has n')t been raised, alt
the. committee has worked har
unceasingly to raise the amount
eral hundred dollars will be nec
to reach the amount, an.I the c(
tee hopes that this will be r(
Monday. wa there are still a large
ber or prominent business me
citizens who have not su Acril
the fund.

ing up
e p'),r
ues to
al nun-

rd ard
t. Sev
e nuim-
Q and
bed to

- --- .. The Subscriptions.
fitter t Men d Boys The following are the donations so
far made to tne fund:
205207 S. Paldox.L Firt Nat'onal Bank..........5.00 00
WPhon 225. w. S. Keyser Co.............. 200-.0
American Na:ional Bank.. ... 200.09
__ Consoiidated Grocery Co...... 250.0",
Fr. J. Sch:rever............... 50.00
Those C. Watson.............. 100.00
F. M. WILLIAMS Eseambia ttealty Co.......... 50 0O
SM. WILLIAMS, | n l.........20
O I"TRACTOR AND BUILDER, WA. B .................
o rosuahamui buldinnat W.A. Bout ................ 00.
tSo wselaBusiness College. Hannah Bros ... ..o
Pimpt attention always nivennahPeoe's Bank .................10).40
t omete ns. Panm eola IIL. Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00
SLeshie E. Brooks............... 1000
.1. M. Coe .................... 10.900
m Pensacola Investment Co..... 100.001
WVE YOUR HAULIUNG TO M. F. Gonzalez................25.00
Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.001
t0 G Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100 00
k"Tran er G German-American Lumber Co.. 50 00
Saunders Mill Co............. 25.00
The.. L Thorsen, Prep. J. R. Saunders................ 50.00
OF Y DE RIPTION Gulf Steamship Co........... 2500,
D. Kugleman ................ 10.00
IfCIAL ATTENTION GOVEN TO J. Geo. White ................. 5.00
IACIGAGE DAY OR jT. S. P. Shotter Co.............. 250.00
Jos. Coleman ................ 2.00
PHONE97A. F. Warren................ 25.00
PHONE 7' M. L Roch ..................... 5.00
P. O. COX. 91.. Jno. B. Jones................. 5.0'0
.T. H. Lannon & Co........... 15 60
'Wm. Johnson & Son........... 250
P Clutter Music House .......... 10.00
P abstMeyer Shoe Store............ a.lt
Standard Clothing Co........ 10.01
lue Ribbon .Douvile Timber and Land Co. 5.001
IMaxwell & Reeves........... 200t,
S. Pasco. Jr................... 5.00
ottle l er, Campbell.. .............. 5.06
S H. H. Boyer................... 25.0
Kress & Co................. 1000;
h s 0 equal I D. Hale Wilson.............. 25.00
A. M. Aver .................. 25.00
Sold CVCry7W Cr. Gordon & Brown..... .... ... 1500
Those. Pebley ..... ......... 5.00
SA Friedm an res Furniture Co......... 400
s m a N. G.Forcheimer............. 10.0o
n t l i te. '-H. G DeSllva & Co............ ..0
Y elsae UDistributer. w A. D'Alemberte............. 10.0i9
Jas. McHugh ................ 25.00
iandr in "mportei Wims Sol Cahn & Co................ 25.00
B. Gerson .................. 15.00
and Lqu &. J. Kryger ................... 17.00o
PHONE 17. Green & Watson ............ 10.00
J. C. VanPelt ................. 5.10,
N&. 181 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. The Pensacola Journal......... 25.00
ONSACOLA FLA Naval Stores Export Co.. .. .. 250.0 1
W. B. Wright Co............ 50.00
-.-- .- N Apostle...... ............ 25.00O
I i ltillAttilltthtllitlilflillllllttll Mcl)avid-Hyer Co ............. 25.0
IR .G. Bushnell ................2 .00(
A. A. Fisher. ................ 5o.O0
H Baars & Co................ 10oo0
SPensacola Lumber Co........ o10.o
T tobacco S F C. Brent.................. 25.00
John Shepard ................ 500
A. DiLustro .................. 1000
SAlex Zelus .................. 10.00
\ 0v E. y , a ....................... 0.Ou
m oke E J. Dunham ................ 5.00
Gulf Machine Co.............. 25.00o
O. H. Smith & Son.......... 100 C
liar P.lots. .. ............. 10)0 .
Drives W B Lamar ................. I'+0,O
Scarritt MNor'no .............. .5 .J
W. S Rosa -o ............... 1000
IN Marine G-oery Co. ........... : ,)
Away H. Muller.................... '01
F. O Howe & Co............ 25.-', '
M os i oe J s Porter.................. T fI
nin q it s S.1. A Chaffin .................. .25.10
Rl H H. Thornton............... 10 o
S. B Roberts ................. 10.0o
.1 P. W illiams Co............ Irio0,
T. A .Jennings"................ I10.;-
Smoke an Be Ge W. Wright................. .,i
S--- Cash ... .................... 5.'t't
Protete. Quina & Guman ............ 10.00
Frank Reilly ................ 25.00
S A. Friedman ............... .10no0
D Dannheisser .............. 5 00
B.- H 0. Anson .................. 100o
|M 'ston & Quina ............. 25.04
W J. & B. Forbes ............ 100.00
U III L I N GildP ringo a................. 15.001
a. . . . . . . . 5
W\r t W hi: & Co ............ 5100.
M INISTER War~en 'is-. (<* 100,
MIN ISTER Pci -,a(ola S:,a eos ............ I0.00
T h (e ',e n . . . . . .. . '
x A K S -'hern Bt-l Telephone Co.. 25.00'.
___ ___ .i S. MeGaughey'............. ,.i0
S\,:i. i: Packing Co.......... .; 00
IS THE KING 1 .'Buisson Bros .............. 20.00
OF ALL I a" l.aundry . . . ....... 150 -
OF ALL 1. row: & Co.. ....... a.r
;5c CIGARS. _Juge :;.nger............ .15.300
ScA C."GAR :If(. may be sacrificed to a
:. l .u a' ack of croup it you don'
TRY ONE hav, pr Thomas Ele' tic o0: o|
haud for (he cmergcr.cy.
-- Funeral Notice.
S Friends and acquaintances of Mr .
SMa' aret M Duncan art respectfully
Lig A^f| Knf ^ 'e i :o a';end the funeral services
l i s, Br of a: d-',-'a.sed, which will occur M'n.-
di tnuorninn a: to o'clock at Chri:.
C S c:urch.
Cts. Low ra'es a; Southern Hotel for,
I llllltilltl n ii-lllllltltii-,4 rooms and board.

Veterans Wil A! i A 1n
a 304

The remains of Frank Ross Goul'!-
ing, who met death Thrusuiay night
while on uard duty at Floma on, wI!l
he interred :his afternoon, the bod,
to li., placed at rest in St. John's
cement -r*.
Mr. Gould.in being a Confederate
Veteran anj a member of the local
camp, the pall bearers have been se-
iecedl from among the members -t
Camp Ward. They are N. B. Cook, W.
L. Wittich. D. B. Reed. C. V. Thomp-
son. F. C. Brent and D. G. Brent.
The cortege will leave the family'
residence, corner Davis and Sixth,
avenue at 3:30 o'clock and proceed to
St. Katharine's church, where the
services will be conducted by _teN.
Whaley and Rev Sharp. after which'
it will move to the cemetery, and the
remains be placed at rest in the fame-
ly lot.
The bereaved widow and family of,
the deceased received many messages
of condolence during yesterday an i
the day previous from persons who
had known Mr. Goulding during nis,
long and honorable career.
Attention, Confederate Veterans.
Members of Camp Ward, U. C. V.,
are requested to meet ai 3:30 o'clock'
on Sunday afternoon. Sept. 17, at
the residence of Comrade F. R.
Goulding for the purpose of attend-
ing the funeral at St. Katherine's.
chapel, corner of Sixth avenue andi
Cervantees street.
D. B. RUDD, Commander.
Diaz's Birthday Celebrated.
Mexico City, Sept. 16.--President
Diaz yesterday celebrated his 15th
birthday, which was observed as a na
tional holiday. He was in excellent
health, and enjoyed the many mani-,
festations of public good will.
Printer. trpike in Roanoke.

Roanoke. Va., Sept. 16.-i fifteen oti
the twenty-seven union job printerI
employed in local job printing estab-w
lishments went on strike because the'
employers refused to sign an agref-
ment for an eight hour day.
- - - - - -

uaaa a a as

Iron Saipe Cash il .iststt t r '-
riters. G;in Pistlz i-ocks a d I'..
ella, repaired.
'aw .* 'rPers. Scissor- Knivf -
rf-v t c ,. pie, e !tr.e ,* s In t: ,
Try H'orton'? Mas-e& f'r e'-vi;
when in a hurry to se messages

PHONE 1133.

Still in Business!
is now located at
Cor. Government and Barcelona Sts.
and is better nrpnared than ever

! I :- -!1 :a n tinmber.

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n.',;ro, e Br ss. .
'". Nc tieor -Tyne tr
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0to1k to or, er.
! Br ss Ma.'iner. Capt. Bi
N N-w Orleans.


CONDITIOS UNPARALLELED. bu* absolht ly legitimate, have to
uIpon me the oonvjction that the timle is opportune for an extensive

ft "7luni.fo HAVING RECEIVE:) many reests. to organize ant conduct a B.LL,
ft lu er. 'AMPAIG;N. I have. after ma;ure. delibteare and careful consideration of
ie conditions that surroun- (Co:;on this year. decide, to accept subscrlp
i):ns fr thai purpose ,'iev\ing ta advantage should at once le taken.
Spi're';: prices, to secure a large :J.;on of the inei'iabhle advance in Cou-
w, .. '.ica is s r !,) <)( :ir ,.-.; ef n ;:to- a anl Ma.'-h I .t. 1906
,. Sa IN i.403. UNKNOWN l'.NAAiinrA. ND ALONE, I pro\e4l ro the World
Co. co nvic.os w're -inere. an 1 .a otir:ae wa. 'ir tacking ti
.7. ;,i.,on t ,ly anl,l fear't-ssl-: ox: nd *hi k. '.f.' ,.ile I h..l ri .l from careful
.I1'y of the s'v'a''io .
2S. Faru WHAr I ACCOMPI!SHD two, va:'s ao I b.l,.ve eI ,in and will 'o
S-aill, called by the expe'r:,:itce of t.i, ,< h1 i *:r.'.l";n.4 l. :i t'XiS', the
'i, io.led.,e at my command and tbe n ,,' ary tap;al.
o. BEING CONVINCED that no op(ortinntv has ever heen offered where
T77. Faval. :ie possibilities were -o great, and ilti a profitable oi-c:in,' nwst be the
,ton, ';,7 result,
BEING CONVINCED that there ever was a time when the demands
v(r; iol o, ojf the World for Cotiton were )o ret," as '"e'v ar at the pres-,n, anl
BEING CONVINCED hat ,v%-,ry ha le ,f Amnerican ('Ction now in 'l.ht
McLernan. and every pound produced thi s yve'r will not meet the requirenwitin f (ae
mast-. World's spindle< for the coming -ieann. COTTON MUST ADVANCE.
2513. Nor- TO ALL THOSE, then, who have faith in my honesty, courage and
judgment, I offer this opportunity and .o;1eir their subscriptions to

ubb, from


to repair safes,. typewriters. Santanderino. Span ss. qurroa, ALL OPERATIONS wil be con! .,,d, through reliable, well-known
guns, pistols. kafecks., lightma- 14, Tampa. omission houses of the New Yor;, N,-' Orleans and Liverpool Cotton
chinery and bicycles. Simonside., r ss. Robson. 1958, Exchanges.
PHONE 203. Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS will be de:posite,d in two Trust Companies and
Trident, Br ss. Innes, 2036, Cardiff two National Banks in New York Ci"'v. and w;ll be acknowledged on receipt
-- G Ships. of same by me, and be proportio)n.til- drawn upon for use in my Cotton
Kaiser Gor ship Martin 1180, Br.- operations. the net profits will from tr, .n tine he li ,vided pro rata in
URP NTINE TILLS men to Master. proportion to the amount suhscribed,,. ,x('e that '2." ,,f the net profits
BarK. shall be retained by men as comper.. a;,on for my s-rvice's
Milln Bro o Bolgen, Nor. bk, Gundersen, 306, MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE, TO THE ORDER OF DANIEL J.
McMillan Bros. O. Laguna to order. SULLY, AND SEND THE SAME TO '49 EXCHANGE PLA CE, NOW YORK
Manufacturers, Fiery Cross. Nor bk, Claussen, 1399, DANIEL J. SULLY.
Cork to master. DANIEL J. SULLY.
MO BILE ALABAMA. Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348, -- ..___
Gloucester to order.
Hudson. Nor bk, Knud.ien. 771, Lon-
don to order.
Kosmos Nor bk, Isaksn, 1227 A NEW IDEA
London. UeU
Naval Stores Maket. Santa Barbra, Port bk, Carrel You may not be ale to ave your family a swor,
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 1.-The naval 633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co. hall clock or s ole conii relic, bur you can ea
stores "aarkeL closed to-day as tol- Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840. them what is more valuable-
lows: Rotterdam.
ww ......................oos A POLICY IN THE EQUITABLE.
WG............. ......5 05
N .... ..................4 65 Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen, Just like putting money in the savings bank and your life
M ...... ..................4 60 165, Belize to master.,insured at the same time.
K .......................4 55 Doris, Am seh, 'Wilkie, 310 Havana ure the same time.
I " 4 50 Elma, Br sch, Henebery, 299 Ha I r e K
H................4 421! to4 45 vana. IF WSBS
G .......................4 40 Hjalmar, Am sch, Axc!sen, 55, Key lFiref Life. Pensacola
F................ ...... 4 30 .West to Gulf Transit Co. _. .

E..... .. ........... 4 10 to 4 15
D.. .. .. .. .. .. ....3 70 to 3 75
C ...... .......... 3 35 to 3 40
Spirits Turpentine 62 cents.

The Pensacola cotton market for
September 16 is reported by C. Gun-
ter Elmore. F. 0. B.' cotton broker, as
follows: .
Good Middling.. ............10..
Strict Middling.. .. ... .... 10
Middling.. .. .. ......... 47
Strict Low MiddlingL.,,.. .... 9%
Stains and Tinges 14 to % cents,
less. ., ..
The soot market Is unchanged

The New York market closed 10 to
H O TETTE 'S 20 poilts down 'A
Stomach Bitters R C..rE,.
is used exclusively by It is a well known fact that if the
young of almost ajt kind of bird are
hundreds of women and taken from the et before they can
i fly the old ones will feed them atten-
girls. It cures ailments tively if the cage in which the little
birds are inclosed is placed somewhere
peculiar to them. All where the parents an reach it, and a
popular but erroneous belief is current
sickly women should try that they do this for a time, and end
by poisoning the young ones. This,
a btt. It never fai however, is a mistake, the fact being
that at a certain stage of a young i
bird's existence, when it is naturally
able to begin catering for itself, the
parent birds, also quite naturally.
f /cease to attend It, and then, if the
KiST AND CORN MEAL MILL&! i birdlings are shut up In the cage and
l. r. GON RN ALEZ& C O Pra their custodian has not thought of
M. r. GONXALEZ & CO, Prop d
GRaJNrplacing some food at their disposal
Manuatur i they necessarily die, not from poison
CHOICE MEAL. AND PURE GROUN9 administered by lte parents, but from
STOCK FEED. starvation.
Buy your meal and stock feed from
3e borne manufacturer, encouraging Luxuries of Rural iAte.
,ome industry, ooatribute to homa The rural town Is fast becoming a
abor. and lea'e your Money 5 you' city in Its general appointments, ac-
city. commodations, manners and style, and
It is the means of. dismeminating the
latest ideas and conveniences among
surrounding farms. Through Invest
ments and improvements the country)
TR U SIs getting nearer tn the city, nearer t'
the myriad advatrnges of comfor,
tJ which human tngpnuity Is devising
The present is an era of luxury. E,
IT ery urban home has the investiture of
a palace in a former period-in fact, t"
SIoffers. with the common exception o
ssie and yard area, more -and bette,
For the comfort and con. facilities for easy living. Every coun
venience of your Iour- try home Is comparatively as well fu
ney, whether it he by alshed. Almost all the comfort whl,'
ld or t have la found in the city home can be i'
as Trunks, Suit Cases, stalled and enjoyed in the most Isolf-
as Trunks, c.t Cases, ed farahoeses lying In an out of t'
way lecality.-St. T.euls Re-ubile

LESS TO ,,---
Says a writer in the London Chroni.
PAY FOR THEM cle: "A vu'""arism-one which, like 'ag-
PAY FRn I gravste" for 'irritate,' has edme into
use by way of the kitchen stairs-Is
here than at mnot stores, 'demean,' with a sense of derogation
and longer service, be. I or abasement. It Is to be seen in many
cause they're the best a paper and even many a book and
quality goods that can be heard in many a speech. It is the sec-
made. end syllable that has misled the popu-
lar understanding, but the noun 'de-
Trunks, $2.75 to $15.00. meaner' should have saved the edu-
cated from their blunder with the verb.

When the cook refuses to 'demean her-
self she is excusable, because 'de-
meanor' is not in her vocabulary."

The Peast of Nature.
"The Feast of Nature" was a grand '
French revolutionary holiday, held !
Aug. 10, 1793. A plaster image of na-
ture was erected in the Place de la
Bastllle. and the chief members of tfe t
convention, the public committees and
all public functionaries knelt in adora.-
tion, after which eame. the firing of
saltes, dancing amd geviral public re
joleings. The holiday celebrated the
isnbhed comstitoutom f the republic, j

Noas, Rus sch, Snee ae, 333, Glou-
ceqter to Master. ,



A Pi*oom With a Memory.
It seems really Impossible to extiln
guish the homing instinct In a good
pigeon. A story is told of a French
carrier pigeop which was captured by
the German soldiers during the siege
of Paris in 1870. The bird was being
carried in a balloon from Paris to
some point in the country, whence It
was expected to return to Paris with
a message. It was taken to the Ger-
man headquarters and presented to
the commander, Prince Frederick
Charles, who sent It to his mother In
Germany. Here It was placed in a
splendid roomy aviary and carefully
fed and nourished; hut, although It was
kept here, living In the lap of royal
luxury for four years. the French
pigeon did not forget its fatherland.
At the end of that time the aviary
was left open one day. The pigeon
flew out, mounted high in the air, flew
about for a moment as if to find the
points of the compass and started In a
straight line for Paris. Ten days aft-
erward it beat Its wings against the
entrance to its old loft in the Boule-
vard de Clichy. There it was recog-
nized, and, Its case being brought to
public attention, it was honored as a
patriot returned from foreign captiv-
ity. It remained at the Paris Jardin
d'Acclimation until It died In 1878.

Butter's Effort to Find the Tomb et
Ckarles Lamb.
Hutton's "Literary Landmarks of
London" was largely a labor of love
and was the result of years of hard
work. Mr. Hutton gives this example
of the difficulties that stood in his way:
"Another Sunday afternoon I devoted
to a pious pilgrimage to the grave of
Charles Lamb at Edmonton. As usual.
nobody at Edmonton knew anything.
The churchyard is not a small one, and
It is entirely filled. The sexton and the
gravedigger and a few persons wan-
dering about could give me no infor-
mation. Most of them had never heard
of Mr. Lamb, and I could not find the
sacred spot Naturally I applied to the
rector, and as he left the vestry door
after service leaning on the arm of a
pretty young woman I anproached
him, raised my hat and a' J| politely
If he ctuld tell me where ICuarles and
Mary Lamb were resting. Really he
could not say! And I, forgetting the
day, the place and his sacred office
cursed that rector for his criminal igno
"'Great heavens,' I said, 'you ought
to be ashamed of you*elf! In your
care have been placed the ashes of one
of the foremost men in the whole his-
tory of Englihb letters. And you don't
know where they are! They have made
your churchyard and your parish dis-
tinguished all the world over. I have
come 3.000 miles to visit Charles
Lamb's grave, and you, the rector of
the church, don't know where It is'
Yop ought to be heartily ashamed of
yourself.' And I turned upon my heel
and left him standing there speechless
and confounded."
Half an hour after the above incident
occurred and while Hutton wai grop-
ing around the graveyard in the twi-
light the rector came to him, hat in
hand, apologized most humbly for his
Ignorance, which he had corrected nla
the meantime, and conducted him to
he grave of thb immortal Ella.
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l o tAuthor of "The Adventures of Sherlock Hemnes," "The Hound of the Baskervilles," "The Sign of the Four," Etc.


A beavy step was heard upon the
stairs. and an instant later there en-
traed a tall. iruy, clean shaves wen-
tieman whae clear eyes al florid
ebeeks tMd of a life led far from the
togs of Baker 1et.L He memed to
bring a whiff of his strao, frem, brac-
Ing east coast sr wft hib as he en-
tored. Having sbakes hbads with each
of ,b he was about to sit down when
lt eye rested upou the paper wHit the
eartis maAnh wieh I had Just ex-
amined aWd ft upom the table.
"'Well, Mr. Molmm what do you
make of tho?' he erWta. "They told
me *iat you wre 1ed of queer mys-'
terim, and I d't thak you ean find
a queerer me 1hes that. I sent the
paper on abmwh, a that you migbt have
time to study t Hbete I came."
"It is certainly raber a CWtous pro-
ductoa.-n," MsaM Bohlm. "At fArst amght
It wouM apapem o be o ie hildish
pank. It a t a agber of ab-
sore Mte Agwflew aammfg acraem the
paperuona wbhkth qam drawu. Why
should y attftt ay Importance to
as .gmf am .nbgtw'
I never maM, Mr. Holmes, but my
wUt daoes. i retlMg bher to
deafh. Se sa ttalg. but I can see
rtror in hbr u TiMaUs -w I want
to sift the matter to tI bwtinm."
Holms belM p the mptr tbat the'
Sunlight abome tu Upen it. It was a
pae tora from a atook. Th mark-
IUs were dose Ia pesdil and ren in
t way:

"I gt to make you asig a paper to

"Bees ue In fve minutes you will
may that it is ail so absurdly simple." l" p h by olliee Weekly.
"I am n se that I shall say Nothing
tf the kind." Holmes examined It for some time, "I GUE88 THE VERY BEST CASI
"You me. my Gear Watson"-be prop- ad then, folding It carefully up. he THE &BSOLUTE
pod as test tube Ito the raeek and began placed It In tbis pockemtbook.
to eetre with the air of a professor "'This promises to be a most Interest-
g is clast-"tt is not really ing and unuMal cae," said be. "You She would never bring any stain upon
I ~ MONK to eamstumet a ries of later- gave me a few particulars in your let- It; o' tht I am sure.
-esw, a depeweat hpoW Its ei,-* njter. Mr. H ts Oobltt. but I should "Well, now I come to the queer part
S Uor -0 each s idie tno telf. It. be very much obiged !f you would of my story. About a week ag0o it
d after setg ae, saply knocks aut kbndly go oer it a aSte for h beb- was the Tuesday of last week--I found
all the ceMntral tbftcie and pre ts I et of my friend, Dr. Watson." on one of the wind iw sills a number of
one's audience with the starting poitt "I'm not* mach i a story teller." said absurd ilttle dancing figures like these
Nad the cak-uston. one may produce our visitor, aerrously clasping and un- upon the paper. They were scrawlel
a startliag M9 ough possibly a meretri- clasping his great. strong hands. "You with chalk. I thought th-t It was the
do effect. Now. it was not really will just ask me anything that I don't Stabie boy who had drawn them, but
diftalet by an inspection of the groove make clear. I'll egin at the time of the lad swore he knew nothing about
between yoW lkft forefnger and my marriage last year. but I want to It. Anyhow, they had come there dur-
thmsb to feel mae that you did not say first of all that. though rm not a liug the night. I badi iheum wa edl ut,
propose to Inveft your mall capital in rich man. my people have been at Rid- and i o113 imeti'.iL,l the minaer to n*yV
the gold fields." ing Taorpe for a matter of five centu- wife afterwiaru. To my surprise she
S "I we so conneCtio." ri-S. and there is no better known fan-- took it very seriously and hI )gg.ed me if
"Very likely Sot. but I can quickly Ily in the county of Norfolk. Last year any more came to let her see tLemi.
show yen a close eonnectimo. Here are I came up to London fTor the jubilee. None did come for a week. and then
the miMing links of the very simple and I stopped at a boarding house in yesterday inari:.: I found this pape:.
chain: Prt. you had chalk between Russell square. because Parker, the lying on th:l Miilial in the garden. I'
your left Anger and thumb when you vicar of our parish, was staying In It. showed it to L.;.n, :ind down she drop-
retured from the club last night; te-. "There was an American young lady ped in a detnd faint. Since theu she has
Midf t put chalk there when you there-Patrick was the name-Elsie looked like :- w~m::;n in a t<'eani, half
Patrick. In some way we became dazed and with. terror always lurking
friends, until before my month was up in her eyes. It was tlh':i that I wrote
I was as much In love as man could and sent the paper t youi. Mr. Hlolies.
be. We were quietly married at a re- It was not a thing th;:t I ',)-,d take to
istry oace, and we returned to Nor- the police, for they would have laughed
folk a wedded cofpte. You'll tnlak it at me, but wo; v ill tell me what to do.
very mad. Mr. Holmes, that a man of I am not a rich imani, but if there is any
a good old family should marry a wife danger threatening my little woman I
in this fashion, kmaowIpg mseag of her would spend uiy Iat copper to shield
past or of her people, but if you saw her.
her and knew her It wauld help you to He was a tine creature, this man of 1
understand. the old English soil-simple, straight
"She was very straight about It, was and gentle, with hi- great, earnest blue
Elsie. I eaa't say that she did not give eyes and broad, conul',lface. His love l
me every chance of getting oat of it if for his wife and his trust in her shone
I wished to do so. 1 have had some in his features. Holmes had listened
very disagreeable asmociatlons In my to his story with tlhe utmost attention,
life.' skid lbe, 'I wish to forget all and now hel' at for siwt. time in s:leut
about them. I would rather never al- thought.
lode to the past for it is very painful "Dou't you think. Mr. (ubitt." said 1
i to me. If you take me, HBlton. you will he at last. "that your 1,-t pla. would
take a woman who has nothing that be to make a direct appeal to your
I u r .b 'ie need be personally ashamed of. but wife and to a.;k her to share her secret
Ospr* b.t bh Ct0lh's wekly. you winl have to be content with my with you'?"
"W-e, Mr. Hotsswe. what do yo mae word for tt and to allow me to be silent Hilton 'ubitt shook his massive head.
of thesTf" as to all that passed up to the time "A promise is a promise, Mr. iHomins. Y
play billiard to steady the cue; third. when I became youam If these condi- If Else wished to tell me she would. I
you never play billiards except with tons are too hard, tbs- go back to Nor- If not. it is not for me to force her con- C
Thurston; fourth. you told me four folk and heave Ne to time lonely life in Gdenie. But I am justiited in taking t
weeks ato tbao Thur,.too had an op- which you tuel me.' It was only the my own nt'-aud I will."
t. o soB ea South African property day before our we g tht e mid "Then I will help you with all my
which would expire in a month and those very rweds to e. I told her that heart. In the first place. have you (
which be desired you to share wift I was countet to take her on her own beard of any strangers beiag seen in c
hit: fift. our cheek book is locked in terun, sod I have been as good as my your neighborhood ?" [
umy draw* and you have not asked word. "No" I
for the key. sixth, you do not propose "Well. we have been married now for "I presume that it Is a very quiet t
to inuet yoar money in this man- a year. ad very happy we bare been. place. Any fresh face would cause
,r.*" But about a goth ago, at the end of comment'.' '
"How atbsedly simple!" I cried. June. I saw or the t time signs of "*In the immediate neighborhood. yes.
"Qutte so." s aid he. a Ittle nettled trouble. Ose day my white reeetved a But we have several small watering s
"Ev'ry problem becomes very childih letter ftam Amerkcs. I saw the Amer- places not very far away. And the Y
whn once. iT is explained to you. Here lcan stamp. She turned deadly white. farmers take in lodgers." p
it an a.nxp!ained one. See what you read the l~ter and threw it to the "-These hieroglyphics have evidently
can make of thLt. friend Watson." He fire. She made no allustem to It after- a nfeanlug. If it is a purely arbitrary
topped a atwet of paper upon Owe t le waLd. n made none, for a promise, one it may be knpo slble for wu to t
and turned once more to his cemicl ts a promise. but she has never known solve It If, on the other hand, it is 8
anstsik. an easy hbor rom that momnmt. There systematic. I have no dWbt that we f
I looked with amaze-ment at the ab. Is always a look of upon her face shall get to the bottom 'of It. But this f
r -surd ter vnpli a upon tbe paper -a look as abe we waIting and ex- particlar sample s o shabort that I b
"WiY. Hoigw,4. it Is a child's draw- p P69. She wo"l do better to trust can do nothing. and the facts which !V
I cried, me. 8he woM ad lat I was her beat you have brought me are so indefinite s
"Oh. that's your idea- friend. BBt atll she speaks I can say that we have no basis for an Investi- t
"What eoe sbhoM it her othIng. MIId ye. is a tra thtl nation. I would suggest tht you re- e
"That '- what Mr. Hllton ('ubtt of woman. Mr. aaRhn and whatever turn to Norfolk. that you keep a keen p
SUding Thorpe Maser, Norfolk, is very jtroaulie maM ay owv bsa in her lookout and that you take an exact
sakimus to know. Ths little conun- past lUfe it b- begn g fut of hers. i copy of any fresh dancing men which
dram came by the first post. and be I am oty a sm*pte Megto asqlire, but 1 may appear. It Is a thousand pities
was to alIow by the ext tra in.tMe is net a ma a Egad who that we have not a reproduction of
Tbere's a rtnC at the bell Watson. I rains M b O y hnr more highly those which were done in chalk upon
t ld nt be very muc if than I do. ae kaS It weUll, ad she the window silL Make a diamet in-
tul wert ta."- tew it..w0l _li-BAo. n adled me. qury also as to any stra a la lee

a fresh inscription had appeared.
have a copy of it here:"

Holmes rubbed his hands andbchuckle
with delight.
"Our material is rapidly accumula
ing," said he.
"Three days later a message was lef
scrawled upon paper and placed unde
a pebble upon the sundiaL Here it i
The characters are, as you see, exactly
the same as the last one. After that
determined to lie in wait, so I got ou
my revolver, and I sat up in my study
which overlooks the lawn and garden
About 2 In the morning I was seate
by the window, all being dark save fo
the moonlight outside, when I hear
steps behind me, and there was my
wife in her dresmaing Sown. Khe im
plored nme to come to bed. I told he
frankly that I wished to see who i
was who played such absurd trick
upon us. She answered that it wa
rome senseless practical Joke and tha

I should not take any notice of it.
'If it really annoys you. Hilton, w
might go and travel, you and I, atn
to avoid this nuisance.'
"'What, hie driven out of our owr
'louse by a potential Joker?' said I
Why. we should have the whole count
ty laughing at us.'
'Well, come to bed,' said she, 'and
ve can discuss it in the morning.'
"Suddenly, as she spoke, I saw hei
vhite face grow whiter yet in thI
moonlight, and her hand tightened up
on my shoulder. Something was mov
Sing in the shadow of the toolhouse.
saw a dark. creeping figure whicl
crawled round the corner and squatted
In front of the door. Seizing my pistol
SI CAN MAKE FOR MYSELF was rushing out when my wifethrew
NAKED TRUTH." her arms round me and held me with
convulsive strength. I tried to throw
her off, Ibut she clung to me most desa
ighborhod. When you have collet- perately. At last I got clear, but b
ed some fresh evidence come to me the time I had opened the door and
again. That is the best advice which I reached the house the creature wa
ein give you, Mr. Hiltow Cubitt I gone. Hfie had left a trace of his press
there aftre any prefougtrdevelop- I ence, however, for there on the doo
ments I shaH be always ready to run was the very same arrangement o
down and see you in your Norfolk dancing men which had already twice
borne." aplwared and which I have copied on
The eterview left aherlak .olmes that paper. There was no other sign
very thoughtful, and several times in of the fellow anywhere, though I ran
the next few days I saw him take his all over the grounds. And yet the
slip of paper from his notebook and amazing thing is that he must have
lo&k long and earnestly at the curious been there all the time, for when I ex-
ligures inscribed upon it. lie made no aiined the door again in the morning
allusion to the affair. however, until ho had scrawled some more of his plec
one afternoon a fortnight or so later. tures under the line which I had al-
I was going out wh-n he called me ready seen."
back. "IHlave you that fresh drawing?"
"You had better stay here, Watson." .'Yes, it is very short, but I made a
"Why?" Icopy of it, and here it is."
"Becase I had a wire from Hilto Again he produced a paper. The
Cubitt this morning. You remember new dance was n this form:
Hilton Cubitt of the daring men? II,,

was to reach Liverpool street at 1:20.
He may be here at any moment. I


gather from his wire that there have "Tell me." said Holmes-and I could
been some new incidents of lmp;or- see by his eyes that he was much ex-
tance." cited-"was this a mere addition to the
We had not long to wait. for our Nor- first, or did it appear to be entirely
folk squire came straight from the sta- separate':"
tion as fast as a hansom could bring "It was on a different panel of the
him. Hlie was looking worried and de- door."
pressed, with fired eyes and a line! "tExcellent! This is far the most im-
forehead. portant of till for our purpose. It fills
"It's getting on my nerves, this busi- me with hopes. Now, Mr. Hilton Cu-
nesaM Mr. Holmes," said he as he sank, bitt, please continue your most interest-
like a wearied man. into an armchair. Ing statement."
"It's bad enough to feel that you are *'I have nothing more to say, Mr.
surrounded by unseen. unknown folk. IHolmes, except that I was angry with
who have some kind of design upon imy wife lh:at night for having held me
you, but when. In addition to that, you back when I might have caught the
know that It Is just killing your wife skulking rascal. She said that she
by inches. then It becrmnes as much as feared that I might come to harm. For
lesh and blood can endure. She's an instant it had crossed my mind that
wearing away under it-Just wearing perhaps what she really feared was
away before my eyes." that he might come to harm, for I coE(id
"Has she said anything yet?" not doubt that she knew who this man
"No. Mr. Holmes, aWh has not And was and what he meant by these
yet there have been times when the strange signals. But there is a tone In
poor girl has wanted to speak and yet my wife's voice, Mr. Holmes, and a
cold not quite bring herself to take look in her eyes which forbid doubt,
he phinge. I have tried to help her. but and I am sure that it was indeed my
I dare say I did it clumsily and scared own safety that was in her mind.
eir from It. She has spoken about my There's the whole case, and now I
old family and our rentation in the want your advice as to what I ought
county and our pridl in our unsullied 'to do. My own inclination is to putt
honor, and I always felt it was lead- half a dosen of my farm lads In the
ng to the point, but somehow It turned Ishrubbery and when this fellow comes
off before we got there.' again to give him such a biding that
"But you have found out something he will leave us in peace for the fu-
'or yourself?" tr."
"A good deal, Mr. Holmes. I have .I fear it is too deep a case for such
several fresh dancing men pictures for simple remedies," said Holmesf. "How
you to examine, and, what Is more im- long can Pou stay in Londoun?
ortant. I have seen the fellow." 1" must go back today. I would not
"What-tbe man who draws them?' leave my wife alone at night for any-
"Yes; I saw him at work. But I will thing. She is very nervous and begged
ell you everything in order. When I me to come back."
got back after my visit to you the very "I dre say you are right. But If you
rst thing I saw next morning was a could have stopped I might possibly
resh crop of dancing men. They had have been able to return with you In a
been drawn In chalk upon the block |day or two. Meanwhile you will leave
vood door of the to house, which me these papers, and I think that it is
stands beside the lawn in full riew of ,very likely that I shall be able to p.y
he front windows. I took an exact you a visit shortly and to throw some
opy. and here it is." He unfolded a light upon your case."
paper and laid It upon the table. Here Sherlock Holmes preserved his calm
s a copy of the bleroglyphles: professional manner until our vlaltor
had left us, although tt was easy for
7XIX PT_X Ame, who knew him so well, to see that
"Excellenat" said Holmes. "Excel- he was profoundly excited. The mo-
ent' Pray continue." ment that Hilton Cubttt's broad back
r'Men I had taken the copy I rubbed had disappeared throwub the door my
Ul4 .marks, but two mornings later tp.rtader rqe to thabtable, laid out

TKe Adventure ot

the D&ncing Men

but now this sudden realzhatlon of his the wall be.iwas horribly wounded.
worst fearsleft him In a blank meln- aad the side of her face was red with
holy. He eaned back in h1 seat lost blood. She breathed heavily. brt was
in gloomy speculation. Yet there wes incapable of saying anything. The
much around to interest us, for we passage as well as the room was full
were passing 4b b o sitnmgulat a of smoke and the smell of powder.
omtrysle as *any In DUla t where The window was certainly abut and
a few scattered cottages rpested t a nd upon the inside. Both wo-
the population of today, while a *- mem were positive upon the point.
ery hand enormous square towered adat oe sent for the doctor
wbdaches bristled up from tWe- lat. he foe the constable. Then, with the
;ree landscape sad told of the glory aid o the groom and the stable b,
-id prosperity of oM Bast AngUa. At #ey bi eemviree their how a 4
ast the violet rim of the German
cehan aneared over thegg e4" (Continued on Eleventh Page.)

R "f

is alwyI "nd my *wanty all
the people.


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rI ll the slips of paper containing d:iuc- t, Norr k coxst, and th,; dri -er p .'.
lug men in front of him and threw him- d ith his whip to two okl bri-k .:m1
self into an intricate and elaborate cal- timber gables wtkh ptroijt'bd fro:m
culatton. For two bours I watched him tr a tr *ed Thats Riding Thof .
is he covered sheet after sheet of paper Manor," said he.
d with figures and letters. so completely As we drove up t, the portk-oed front
absorbed inis bntk to o he had el- door I observed in froot of it, b.-itdit:...
t- dently forgotten my prewece. Some- tennis lawn, the black tool home :!,
times be was making progress and the pAdtad ndal with which we
ft whistled and smg at his work. Some- bad sh range sasoelatio. A dap-
r times he was pussled and would sit for per uttle man, with a qNtek, a!ert
s. long speles with a furrowed brow and manner adm a waxed mustache. had
y I a vacant eye. Finally be sprang from ust defended from a high dogrrt.
I his chair with a cry of aato action and He Introduced himself -as Inspeetort
it walked up and down the oom rubbing Mrtit of the Nortlk eonnitMah,7
y, his hands together. Then he wrote a ad he ws e t aim-hsd
n. long telegram upon a cable form. "If when be beard the name ofml m a-
d my answer to this Is as I hope, you will panlon.
or havP a very pretty case to add to your ". Vhy. Mr. Holmes. ts con was
d collection, Watson," said-be. "I expect only committed at 8 thi a nig. Bowi,
y that we shab be able to go down to could you bear of It In Loodlon a ge
n- Norfolk tomorrow and to take our to the otas soonas [ "
r friend some very definite news as to "I anticipated It. I cameln-ba pe
t the secret of his annoyanee." of parenting It*"'
t I confess that I was filled with curl- -T_ yon mast e ot .
it ostty. but I was aware that Holmes yo alst B sa or
t liked to make his diaclmuresat his own dence of which we are lnoralt, fob,-
I time and In his own way, so I waited they were su to be a t atted
e until it should suit him to take me into couple."
d his confidence. "I have only the evidmee oflbe4ane-
But there was a delay In that an- Ing men,'"saM aElkna "n wS ex-
n swearing telegram, and two days of Pial thne mai t -t'naPao t.L Mean-
I. lnpati-ice followed, dortng which wble, since tt .t ftnml rub eI- & this
Holmes pricked up his ears at every tragedy, I am very d i Ot I
ring of the bell. On the eventig of the should use the knowledge whM I poe-
d second there came a letter from Hilton ew ln older to ko tt N hb
('ubitt. All was quiet with him, save done WVI you sasebe we to your
r that a long luscription bad appeared investigatoM or wM yom prearb"at I
e that morning upon the pedestal of the should act ls S0pe 0ap
sundial. He inclosed a copy of it, which "I should be proa to tee Gd t w
is here reproduced: were acting together Mr. Bolmes,
I said the tupspeetor earnetly.
!ilhl "In thAt easm shotdm be glto bear
Xd ) Af A l J1 A the evidence and to ezamtne &* prem-
f Xr X I7 T Y 6 V bageso without an listant of uaneoassary
SX AAX I delay."
h Holmes bent over this grotesque N Inspector Martin had the good sense
w frieze for some minutes and then sud. J to allow my friend to do thlogs in his
denly sprang to his feet, with an ex-* own fashion and contented himself
y clamation of surprise and dismay. His with carefully noting the resoata. The
I I face was haggard with anxiety, local surgeon, an old, wt te haired
s "We hare let this affair go far man, had Just come down from Mrs.
enough." said he. "Is there a train to Hilton Cubitt's room, and he reported
r North Walsham tonlaght that her Injuries were serious, but not
f I turned up the time table. The last numa*MY fataL. bMW et had
e had just gone. ad throgb the front of her br.nu,
'Then we shall breakfast early and and t wold probea&y-be Mme time bv-
take the very flGrt in the morl&g,'" fore she' comd regain consciousm.it,.
said Bolmes. "Our pesim e la most On the qustmon of whether she h;'I
e urgently needed. Ah, he tos ow ex- been shot or bad about herself he would
e pected cablegram. One moment, Mrs. not venture to express any decdiied
Hudson; there may be an amower. No, opinion. Certainly he tbullet had been
that is quite as I expect. This we*- disharged at ry ckose quarters.
sage maibes It even more essential that There wafs mr the cma platul found la
we should not lose an hour n letting the otan, two baisl of which had
Hilton Cubitt know how matters stand, been emptied. Mr. HIlton CoWitt had
for It is a singular and a dangerous been shot through te heart. It wa~
R web In which our simple Norfolk squire equally coucebrable that be bad shot
Is entangled." her and thn himsietf or that she had
So indeed it proved, and as I come to been the criminal tor the revolmr lay
the dark conclusion of a orsty which upon UTe floor mktway between thmn.
had seemed to me to be only childish '"H he been moved?" 'Med.Hoksna.
and bizarre I experience once again the "We have moved noftbtg except the
dismay and horror with which I was lady. We cout not leave her yt7 i
flUed. Would that I had s-ne brighter Mwun utpon the Bfor.~
ending to communicate to my readers, "How long have you been eW 'dea
but these are the chlem ta of fact, t rt"
and I must fellow to Sot 4MA crissl *"Sae 4 o'clock."
the tzane cha o( een wteb for "Amwy m r
some 4nsays Iad B IManor a a,
a homembob wot 46length e
and breadAW or sgtah ON 0
We had hardly alEfated at North "tSo 1hee a l with Vg t a
Walnbam and mentioned te name of tion. ho emd .our'
our destilates wbhe t F nation t 1a- "'Sh*l*mesM Saundae."
ter harried toward os. "-sV oppose that "W s he gave the absrnaw
you are the detectives frm Londonr "MWa an* Mrs. Kiog, the cook."
sald be. "Whete are th0 ,now?"
A look of annoyance passed over "In the ktchbe,. I beMiewv"
IIolmes' face. "Then I think we bad better her
"What makes you think sueh a ahir story at osce."
Thingg" The old bal, oak pmaeted and hig
S"Eecause Inspector Martin from wiumowelt, had been turned Into a eorwt
Norwich has ust p sas A .hso*h But of investgatikn. Holmhs sat in a
maybe you are the euadbons. She's not great, old fasMoned c air, f t wrora-
4ead, or wasn't by lat aeowEts. You ble eyes gleaming out of h- ba-ard
may be in time to save her yet, though face. I could read te them set,.por-.
It be hor the gallows." pose to devote his life to t 2 at
Holmes' brow was dark with anxiety. nntil the client whom he haA failed f
"We are gatng to Itkn g Thorpe Man- save sbould at last be aveaLd. TIhe
or," salbe. rut we I1a heard noth- trim Inspector Martin, the old, gray
eg of&weat ha paa dIaet." beaded country doctor, myoeIt aad
It a terrible uitessa, said the stolid vilage polleceman made np the
station master. "They are shot, both rest of that strange company.
Mr. WIKto Mtt and his wte. BLee The two women-told their story clear-
tham sand then henMlf, so the erv- ly enough. They had been aroused
ants say. Be's dead and her f lae de- from their sleep by the sound of as
spairldo o Dear. dear, one of the old- explosion, whiJb had b.en f*llowel a
est faSi la the coat, y of Norfolk minute later by a s'.ond ,nh. They
and Da-ofAhe east honored" slept t ad lIng rooms, and Mrs.
W5t1 -t-aniSt dHoanea'rbed to a King had rfadhdl In to gSakder. T.
carriage 4s lng a'e long seven gather they bad de-cendel the stals
mile dst.1e .q vec ya'b mouth. Te door of the study was ipe, ad
Seldom have'I- sseng so utterly de- a candle was bnrnin upon the table.
Spondent. He had be neasy during Their oastwr lay upon hw face In the
all our journey from town, and I had center of the room. lie was quite
observed that be had turned over the Nt ear the window his wife wa
morning papers with anxfo s attention, aoscblmr her head leaning iMnst

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: I 1By E. NELLIE BECK. X Telephone No. 669

Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come

and Tarry--- Women and Society Here and Elsewhere

V ~ ~ ~ I~r -~ -I w_-- _________________________

JUST AS YOU USED TO DO. TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE and public schools and private schools
A Facial 'm dreamOng a dream in the twiliht. we teach a great many. things-theol-
And the years roll away like a tide; YOUR BEAUTY ogy. arithmetic, geography, gram-
-- The silver creeps back to the golden, USE mar, Greek and Latin, sewing, paint-
And you are, again at my side. ing, music and cooking-but the most
We wander through sunny, sweet mea-: I UWULE important thing of aU we strangely
R ewdows. Copyrighted in Green Boxes. overlook.
Where the snowiest disies grew; gteWe forget to tech sense. We to.-
n On I an hearing you say: "I love you"- SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARM. ge to teach the people how to live s-'
Just ai you used to du. LESS AS WATER. as to be happy instead of miserable.
,ek.How to live: Tanis is the great
t Just as you used to do, dear heart, thing. Whcn the t'me comes every
lnl the vanished days of yore; one of us will die, and that, too, with-
iB I hear you softlT whisper i; out any effort on our part to help it
U The old, sweet words once more. along. At one time "r another .in
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER, Your loving arms are 'roudd me, ',i one way or another, nature will see
stola I- tbe only *jmna Your clasp so strong and true. *' to it that we quit the stage. We need
tUs that mplet y o sSS A I hear you saying: "I love you"- no' worry any on that score.
facial blm-ishes. trade of Car. woy, tIll- Just as you used to do. The main point is to !ive right-to
snmossd expo.ure. After a i. appie- act our part while on the stage in a
ad&amet liuknneamat from the tae, And then I wake from my dreaming, becoming manner, in a manner that
temert the ds kt ft ters a wlvety. Awake to my lone unrest, shall make us not only happy our-
o a2@wr oiaded by h- SJXiis. U -t The daisies change to che lilies selves, but be the means of happiness
ce isad pert Dermatolotgits. I I laid on your dear dead breast. to owners.
Samade Wfaed.Lbuto-mob aftitfulldm, But always and ever at twilight a And in order to do this we mu.t
w ymtUi at forty and fifty an t eyW 61% learn to be sensible.
at qar.a mudb mr1u1Wthdbeome I'll dream of the joy I knew; learn to be sensible.
weaderfuairesWlt. eet.tola remove the I'll hear you say: "I love you!'"- First of all, we must learn to do
ntS 1II2MC .6.S ACALU PiLXM Just as you used to do.* right; and, second, we must suffer the
WtXKLM. SCAs. saidL POX PITr- '-Murice Smiley, in Tom Watson's consequences.
S2GS s&ad all DISPIGUaINO RUP Magazine for September. NADINE FACE POWDEFR is comr- No matter how much we may hap.
t1 T oent. EVERY j pounded and purified by a newly dis- pen to know the catechism and math-
For ale by leading druggiCat or sent Th.e Friday Euchre met with Mrs. 'covered process. Produces a beauti- ematics and painting pnd music, if we
R.L BERRY CHEM4CAL CO., I. J. Kearney. Mrs. C. D. Beyer ful, soft, velvety appearance, which don't know how to do right, or, know-
ai t. .Ml won the ace prize and the lone hand remains until washed off Ladies who ing it, persist' in doing wrong, we
tin bok mpL 8Le d free f L on rL e prize, Mrs. George White the con-, use Nadine Face Powder are sure the must pay the penalty.
mmeMain a booc nmile d free up on ir s solution and Mrs. Walter White the complexion will be so:t and lovely at Sons and daughters disobey their
booby. After all the players had close of the evening. parents and drift into the ways that
cut for the consolation and the booby- THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED. are deceitful and dark; wives and hus-
h- ad been awarded. the hostess pre- Buy one 50-cent green package~ of bands play fast and loose with the
P s.nted a special prize to the winner Nadine Face Powder, and if you are sanctities of the home;' men and wo-
W het Your Appo' the fewest games which went to not entirely satisfied, notify us and men forget to be honest, forget to be
Mrs. Vincent Fauria. The next meet- we will promptly refund your money, truthful, forget to be kind, forget to
anld then coImC to ng with Mrs. Will Ferguson. Sold by all leading druggists, or mall be forgiving, forget to be patient, for-
# price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, get to be charitable-and the first
the OW Reliable Mr John Cary Whiting the popu- prepared only by thing they know they are head over,
lar city tax collector reached hi NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. heels in trouble!
a ct tax colecor reaced They don't live right-and as a
t ih irty-thirdT anniversary Friday ani - consequence they don't feel right.
somehow everybody seemed to know I cannot. I cannot. It is well enough to be "accomplish-
N ick Sit and congratulated him on this There are a great many things that ed." but we need to learn that the
newly acquired dignity. the newspapers can do, but they'can- greatest possibleaccomplishment that
-* not save any man or woman from the any one can have In this world is to
S Mrs. J. R. Kellar and children penalty of wrong or foolish actions. !know how to live; how, in the com-
are in Detroit, Mich.. visiting her sis-! Persons who will not be reasonable mon life of every day, to be level-
S*Iter Mrs. Ferriss till the middle of and who will not do right must suffer headed and reasonable, upright and
October. the consequences that a much greater just.-Rev. Thomas B. Gregory, in
w b power than any newspaper has de- Memphis Appeal.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Walter Higgins creed that they shall suffer.
i* OW I" who have spent the summer in Mr.1 In listening to (hose who come to. Guaranteed to please or money re-
and Mrs. J. R. Keiar's Bayshore resi- me with their troubles, in reading the funded-Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va-
dence, now have Mr. and Mrs. H. G. letters that come to me at this office nilla Extracts.
De Silva and family with them. from those in distress, I find that iua
AM l nds of Fish, Soft Shell, the large majority of cases, the par-: Notice, Contractors and Builders
Mr. ana' Mrs. Dan Sheppard have ties have forgotten, if ehey were evwr Bids will be received for the erec-
Crabs, WeCtem Meat- returned to the cilv from their sum- aware of fhe fact, tha- in this world tion of a three story brick building on
IULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, mrnr cottage on Bayou Texar and are' we must reap as we s-w and that if the S. E. corner of Guillamarde and La!
Sagin at home with Mr. Mrs. N. B.; we sow foolishness and wrong we Rue streets. city for Florida Lodge, I
25 CENTS. iCook. must reap sorry and shame. No. 2491. and Escambia Lodge No.
So many people have no sense, or, 3738. G. U. 0. of 0. F. S. Plans and
1...- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clutter, Sr., if they nave, make no uso of it! So specifications may be seen at the of-
n, .l n nhavf taken a cottage on Bayou Tex- any people have no moral apprecia- ice of C. H. Alston's, 12 W. Romana
-rCTj Ag C ar for a month or two. tion. no rock-ribbed love for and de- street. All ,ids must be in not later
Sl votion to Right and Truth! Then 6 o'clock p. m. on September 18,
Mrs. B. R. Pitt and sons Mr Wal- *These people are, many times, not 1905. The committee reserves the
l a TC ter and Mr. Ben Pitt are spending so much downright bad as they are right to reject any and all bids. Bids
the autumn with Mr and Mrs. Gus. morally ignorant and uneducated. Th-' must be left at the office of C. H. Ala-
is the place to send your clothes to be Eitzen at their summer home on the don't really mean to do what they do; ton's. Plans and specifications must
Dyed. Cleaned. Pressed or Repaired. Bayshore. Mr. B. R. Pitt is still in they simply haven't "come to thein- not be moved from said office.
They are now in a position to handle New York but is expected home selves,. haven't been awakened out i TEPHEN WILLIAMS,
your work more efficiently than ever. aLout the middle of October. of their intellectual and moral coma. R. T. THOMAS, Secretary.
4 There are, as it were, going about in! Chairman.
E L REESE Miss Bessie Bassett who has spent their sleep, and, in their sleep are do-' septl0t.
*E. L. REESE, the summer with the Misses Loftin ing things which they would not do:
Phono 675. Proprietor left Thursday noon for Baltimore to if they were awake. LEWIS HOUSE CLOSED.
resume her art studies. We need the Gospel which sha!l' The Lewis House, opposite union
No. 11 North Palafox Street. open their eyes and arouse them to a depot, will be close until quarantine
Miss Mabel and Miss Josle Loftin perception of the truth which shall is lifted.
-- -. are guests of their sister, Mrs. Les- save them. MRS. W. J. CASTELLO,
-. lipe Brooks at her summer oottage In our churches and Sunday schools: 12septlw Proprietress.

CnoiiIU r U n cBayou Texar.

Wu Be Krieied AbWr O ItIng Mrs. A. E. Zelius and family
During the absence of her mother
,rs. Harvey, who is in Mississippi.

t's Too Hot to

Cook Dinner

at &moe.

C" a meA' ticket and
take dinners here for .a
>:ay. Th. wife's not fret-
S he ch:tdren are de-
light d. and you will be
p ,a-sed and delighted
-w"'h the food. the service
and the p-ice.


Kand Kitchen Cafe,

140 S. Paldf. Phone 999

Mrs. George Johnson entertained
for Mrs. IPooley and the Misses Ell-
sza and Ruth Cola' at Friday after-
inoon tea, which was beautifully
1 0
Miss Katie ULe Bryars entertain-d
!a few of her neighborhood friends
i Wednesday night to celebrate her
fourteenth birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Owens. accom- I
:panied l> their lith, nephew Marean
!'Bernard son of Mr. and Mrs. B. S'
Bernard. have gone. to Nashville eu
route to ieflin, Ala.
lady Henry Somerset in her
charming way tells th:1 following, ap-
propos of the ruling passion for Jew-
"Apropos of jewelry. I heard a
|sory which appeared to me curious-
' 13 funny the other day. As I w"s
Traveling eastwardd in a surturban
t' ain wo gentlemen. both Israelites
got into the train. One said to the
o';hr. "You have ::ot a new rin. i
"Yes." said the friend. "I will tell
you how I came by it. My unci'
die-i, and he left two hundred pounds
for a memorial stone. I was the exe-1
cutor." he said, holding out Mis hand
while the sunlight made the diamond
gi::Ler "That is the memorial
s;one "
And. really such a memorial is a
vast improvement on some that rear
1Iftlly cloudward throughout the civ-

The Jourial's Daily Fashion Feature





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Special to The Journal.
DeFuniak, Sept. 16.-Mr. W. A.
Laird and family and Mrs. J. M. Lai-d
and children are at Grayton Beach *
Mrs. L. Aymard, of Mikon, is visi(-
ing Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Turner.
Miss Anna Lee Brownell, of West-
ville, passed through here Saturday -
en route to Freeport, where she wll i*
teach this fall. I
Mrs. Chas. H. Laney and children.!
of Pensacola, are here to spend the 0
rest of the summer, j
Dr. McKinnon, of Milton, was here *
the first part of the week on a pro- 0
fesslonal visit.
Mr. Dan Gillis and Mr. Milliard *1-14
Owens, of Westville, were here Wed- -
nesday on business. i
Miss Etta Morrison left for Albany.
Ga., instead of Atlanta, Thursday, on
her way to Mississippl. Miss Amary
Morrison will be the guest of Miss
Bernice Morrison for several weeks.
Miss Julia McKinnon has gone to
Milton where she has accepted a pes
ition as stenographer for the J. P.
Williams Company.
Mrs. C. D. Monroe, of Freeport, was
the guest of Judge and Mrs. D. Camp-
bell Thursday and Friday.
Miss Jessie McCall and Miss Nan-
ale McCall, accompanied by Mr. Ed
Jewell and Mr. Burt Murray spent
last Sunday at Ponce deLeon Spring. Cigi
Mr. James Gillis, of Pensaco'a, is eve!
n the city for a few days.
Rev. W. F. Wagner is holding a'
series of meetings at Miligan thi;s
Miss Annie McKinnon rem irn-'l
rom Westville Friday, and has ar
-epted a position with the firm c, i
iaplan & Lurie.
Mr. R. W. Storrs and Mr. Howarli
Cawthon were at Chipley Thurs.ay'
n the interest of the fair. ;
Mr. E. B. Williams anl Miss Olive i (
Vllliams, of Wewahitchka, pmssx'd1 CLI
roughh here Friday en route to Gihnl -
iae on a prospective t)ur for a bot(.-:
The T. I. A. had a v,'ry inter"esti' *
meetingg at Mrs. T. H. Cawzhon s
'hursday afternoon. Several newv.
niembers wore added to the list ,of
hat association and plans were dis-,
used for carrying our their prop:,ecd
The telephone company has cn, -
racted with Mr. Win. Murphy an]I Mr. *
,V. P. Balkom to furnish ])poles for t'ei
ew line which will be built to D',r- ;.t
a.a by way of Ealum, a distance of
wenty-two miles. The Graves Tatum *
companyy of Freeport will construct a --
!ne from their log camp to the Wa'-
on Land and Timber Company's line
t Bruce. which line connects with a!l .
he main lines in the county.

Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated -
r .- A q_ -r -- a t) n QA 111nI .*,, 0^

Honey an
remedy, a
merit and
ey and "I

I di7-zi world. inthougn LAOV iHenry / ifered ior
mi'ht not have intended such a sug- // /essimit
eion. names.
'.o v I_^^ tie Fole,
I find myself almost crushed under / fuse any
the burden of the appeals, personal remedy fo
and epistolary, that daily come to me D'Alembe
from those "in trouble."
Ah. if we could only know the half On aco
of it! If tre cover could only be lift- Any material almost, from a cotton, to accord with the jacket, and finish- not under
ed. what an army of skeletons we lawn up to one of those charming i ed with a plain hem above the wrist. house in
should see' printed crepes de chine, may be used Coral stitching done in silk of a coa- evoked. K
Trouble of every sort, from that for this simple design. There Is a trusting color appears on each .uck grain shil
which simply annoys to that which shallow pointed yoke, fashioned with- and edges the garment all around, thus Same will
breaks the heart and blasts the life! out a collar, to which the ftillness of making the hem. A beading in lace us your c
I wi-h I could help these people. I the jacket is applied in tucks, these or embroidery edges the yoke and the
Wish that I could say something which being stitched down for a few incW-r, neck; and ribbons ran through thi 14aeptlm.
I would lighten the burdens and the qor and then left to fall into soft foldE. and are tied in gay little roa 3 n
rows of all who appeal to me. I The sleeve is e of thoam loose and the front. A similar effect is
would cheerfully do so if I could, but open pagoda abltrs, tucked at the t )p, tive in the sleeve.

ad Tar as a turoati anau uing,
and on account of the great.
I popularity of Foley's Hun-
'ar many imitations are of-
the genuine. These worth-
ations have similar sounding,
Beware of them. The gen-;
y's Honey and Tar is in a
package. Ask for it and r"-
substitute. It is the besv
or coughs and colds. W. A
rte, Druggist and Apothecary
ount of quarantine, we will
take to establish a branch
Pensacola until same is re-
We will make all oil and, Tl
pmentg from Mobile, Ala.
I go forward promptly. Send
orders for high grade oils.
J. F. Davis, Agt.

Les at Southern Hotel
i board.

lo You Read, Evenings?

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

108&4 S. lafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.




Engravlng and Fine Stati

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. O, Zadek Jewel
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Leave Your Orders with Us for

,ancy Groceries

We Are Still the Leaders.

OW Cohn & Co.
cPin The StoretIt to AIw
SPloMeal78 and 460 the PeoP6e.

fort f The Journal, I WWIL

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Clean Linen

Altur the
It's such a comfort and pleaz-
nrc t1 have nice. clean Linen
t) 11 on afier the bath. No
rough edges on th.' work we do.
Cihcr, like it. and you will, too.

The Star Steam

37 E. Garden St. Phone 114.
Penescola, Fla.


How are you, Mr. Fastsalesman?
Why, hello, Has Been!
Haven't seen you in some time.
Am selling "FRANCES," a good one, of course.
Why, to be sure, the famous Mobile Cigar, made by Frohlichstula
ar Mfg. Co. Everybody wants them, everybody calls for them,
rybody smoking them.
Never heard of the "FRANCES." Mr. Has Been?
Y-e-s, I've had some calls for them.
W-e-1-1, take my order for assorted sizes, as I must have them.

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,IF mm o wee rom smens of
-*1 Win. W KuT 5L

oe of the m noted, suomful ad
g4dImt men ot thin neatay, ia a reut
o ea ktMe d. "- WhatevTr I a- mad
whatever success I have attained t-
ud world I owe Ul to my wife. From
m day I lrt knew hw be has been
me" of my l ie."



Author of "The Advntures of Sherlock Holmes." "'The Hound of
the wkeryilles." "The Sign of the Four," "A Study In Scarlet." Et- .


(Continuad from Ninth Page.) "You don't think that it might have
been two shots fired almost at the same
Srem to her room. Both she and her Instant?"
husband had occupied the bed. She "I am sure I couldn't say, sir."
was clad In her dress. he in his dress- s "I believe that it was undoubtedly
Mlg gown. over his night clothes. Nohi- so. I rather think, Inspector Martin,
g o hbad bten moved In the study. So that we have now exhausted all that
far as thy knwthey knew. ther had never been this room can teach us. If you will
any quarrel between husband and wife. kindly step round with me, we shall
They had always looked upon them au Bsee what fresh evidence the garden has
a very united couple. to offer."
St These were the main points of the A flower bed extended up to the
w4 t iBe A01 fr fey|~ d thrants" evidence. In answer to In- stud" window. a.ud we all broke into
i .s hcspector Martin they were clear that ev- an exclamation as we approached It
Tobe ineh a me@inl wif, to re. ery door was fastened upon the inside The flowers were trampled down, and
t is the los u m d dmirato of her and that no one could have escaped there oft suil lwa imprinted all over
k da to inspire him to make the from the house. In answer to Holmes with footmarnks. Larg',t masculine feet
oat o h el, d ou be woman they both remembered that the were tthey were t were, with ecuiiarly loug. sharp
If a woman finds that he energi conscious of the smell of powder from t. Uolw3 hunted about among the
sagging. that she getseasily tired, the moment that they ran out of their grass and leaves like a retriever after
dark shadows appear under her eyes. room upon the top floor. "I commend a wounded bird. Then, with a cry of
she ha mebksee, headaches, bearing- that fact very carefully to your atten- satisfaction, he bent forward and pick-
down ps. aw Me, white. irret- uton," said Hoimes to his professional ed up a little brazc. cylinder.
ulaitiea or the blue. ashe should start colleague. "And now I think that we "I thought o." sd lt '.L- "lie re-
t okae to build up i her stem by as are In a position to undertake a thor- volver had an eje-tor. and here Is the
ymie with specific LV uch as m. ough examination of the room." third cartridge. I really think, In-
an klblma. V lestudy proved to be a small cham- s ector Martin, that our case is almost
Folowing we publish by request a ber lined on three sides with books conlpete."
letter rom a y wife: and with a writing table facing an or- The country inspector's face had
i sa s .-r dinary window, which looked out rpon shown his intense amazement at the
on" s WfemywtSdO vu b' ve, "t the 1tg arden Our first attention was rapid and masterful progress of Holmes
m'lmel akm -gdawnl irenlt tthe body of the unfortunates i nvestigs!tio n At first he had shown
e *e*bo adwr 1r hrail.A It squire, whose huge frame lay stretch- sonie disposItion to assert his own posi-
ia 1 l0 aemd s joymy ed across the room. His disordered tionl, but now he was overcome with
a. my wtmewasmet In bed.
_a_. F6l40145 aV Compoinds dress showed that ht he had ibea hastily a(miration and ready to follow with-
nieease wo iiL. ISI E mo grateful aroused from sleep. The bullet had out qua1tion wherever Holmes ld.
aMt I as d to n d% you "of my been fired at him from the front and "Whom do you suspect?" he asked.
U^'m hhm3I ,It .oi, asoAytib, had remained In his body after pene-i 'Thl go into that later. There are
on lt taIh"a S ,oomaWap&. tratrng the heart. His death had cer-, several points in this problem which I
What Lydia Pinkhawas Vqetable tainly been Instantaneous and painless. have not been able to explain to you
pesd did for Mrs. Aiul ey it will There was no powder marking either yet. Now that I have gat so far I
d r ry ik and ailing woman. i upon his dressing gown or on his bad best proceed on my own lines and
If yO Ihave symptoms you don't un- hands. According to the country sur- then clear the whole matter up once
m'sbnd write to Mrs. Pinkham, at
Ly owLhm Her ad e is gd deoun, the lady had stains upon her and for all."
wevaW lpfAl. face, but none upon her hand. "Just as you wish, Mr. Holmes, so
S "The absence of the latter means onu as we get our man."
nothing. though Its presence may mean "I have no desire to make mysteries.
everything." said Holmes. "Unless the but it is impossible at the'i monict of
F W et 1 Le the I powder from a badly fitting cartridge action to enter into long and complex
happens to spurt backward one may explanations. I have the threads of
uu i e fire many shots without leaving a sign. this affair-all in my hand. Even If
VLn s IfIU el would suggest that Mr. Cubitt's body this nlady should never recover con-
j say now be removed. I suppose, doe- sclousness we cnu still reconstruct the
tor, you have not recovered the bullet events of last n!zht and Insure that
hem te which wounded the lady?" I justice bo done. Fi-st of all. I wish t,)
"A serious operation will be necessa- know whether there Is any inn in this
aa s g ao ry before that can be done. But there neighborhood known as Elrige's?"

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are still four cartridges in the revolver.
Two have been fired and two wounds
inflicted. so that each bullet can be ac-
eonted for.
"So It would see," said Holmes.
"Perhaps you can account also for the
bullet which has so obviously struck
the edge of the window?"
He had turned suddenly, and his
long. thin finger was pointing to a hole
which had been drilled right through
the lower window sash about an inch
above the bottom.
"By George'" cried the Inspector.
"How ever did you see that?"
"Because I looked, for It."
"Wonderful*" said the country doc-
tor. "You are certainly right, sir. Then
a third shot has been fired, and there-
fore *n third person must have been
present. But who could that have been
and how could he have got away?"
"That is the problem which we are
now about to solve," said Sherlock
Holmes. "You remember, Inspector
Martin, when the servants said that on
leaving their room they were at once
conscious of a smell of powder I re-
marked that the point was an extreme-
ly important one?"
"Yes, sir; but I confess I did not
quite follow you."
"It suggested that at the time of the
firing the window as well as the door
of the room had been open. Otherwise
the fumes of powder could not have
been blown so rapidly through the
house. A draft in the room was nDe-
essary for that. Both door aid win-
dow were only open for a very short
time. however."
"How do you prove that?"
"Because the candle was not gut-
S"Capital!" cried the inspector. "Cap-
"Feeling sure that the window had
been open at the time of the tragedy.
I conceived that there might have been
a third person in the affair, who stood
outside this opening and fired through
it. Any shot directed at this person
might hit the sash. I looked, and there,
sure enough, was the bullet mark!"
"But how came the window to be
shut and fastened?"
"The woman's first instinct would be
to shut and fasten the window. But,
hello! What is this?"

It was a lady's hand bag which stood
tJ0nria and Northwes upon the study tab a trim little hand
bag of crocodile sLin and silver.
via Holmes opened it and turned the con-
Chicago, Omaha S* lA1uis and Kansa. tents out. There were twenty fifty
C.lv is h. pound notes of the Bank of England,
held together by an India rubber band-
U~nion Pacific nothing elow-
Union Pacific nThis must be preserved, for it will
sad connections i:h through .-:'?Eping figure in the trial." said Holmes as he
ears. handed the hig with its contents to the
One-way co' nist rates on sa', from inspector. "It is now necessary that
Septemhbr .14,- -, Oc:obtr :1.: 190.' we should try to throw some light upon
To California. Oregon. Wash-ington this third bullet which has clearly,
Montana. Ul'ah. etc from the splintering of the wood., been
Special rondi trip rates ( o Califor- hired from inside the room. I should
aia and the l w2s & Clark Fxpos; like to see Mrs. King, the cook, again.
ton at Portland. Oregor. until Scp Mrs. King that you were
member 28th. You said, Mrs. King that you were
Ask for through rat' from your awakened by a loud explosion When
station and secure literature. In-. you lid that did you mean that it
formation freely glven.e i eeaed to you to be loader than the
J. F. VAN RENSSULAER. seoud one?"
GC-nera: A.ent. "Well, sir. it wakened me from my
13 Peachtree St, Atianta, Ga j leeP, and s It is har to Judge. But
O. W. ELY, T.P.A. i tt did seem vrY loud

The servauts wer" cro- s questioned.
but nane of them ha'l heard of such a
place. The stable boy threw a light up-
on the matter by remembering that a
farmer of that name lived some miles

fairly familiar with all forms of secret
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writings and a i myse.,r u-,e author or a
trifling monograph upon the subject, in He sank with a deep groon on to the
which I analyze 100 separate ciphers, ettee.
but I confess that this tis entirely new and M, and Ifwas in a position to at-
to me. The object of those who In- tack the first message once more, di-
vented the system has apparently been viding It into words and putting dots
to conceal that these characters con- for each symbol which was still un
vey a message and to give the idea that known. So treated it worked out in
they are t re mere random sketches of this fashion:
children. M .ERE ..E SL.NE.
Having once recognized, however, "Now, the first letter can only be A,
that the symbols stood for letters, and which is a most useful discovery, since
having applied the rules which guide it occurs no fewer than three times in
us in all forms of secret writings, the this short sentence, and ther1[ is alsc
solution was easy enough. The first apparent In the second word. Now it
message submitted to me was so short pbecones:
that it was Impossible for me to do e oe
more than to say with some confidence H A. e sAn .
Or. filling in the obvious vacancies In
that the symbol t stood for E. As yon t f nl l fin n the obviousvag n s i
are aware. E is the most common let- the name:
ter I:i the English alphabet, and it pire- AM -HERE ABE SLANEY.
dominates to so marked an extent that I had so many letters now that I could
even in la short sentence one would ex- proceed with considerable confidence
pect to tind it most often. Out of fit- to the second message, which worked
teen symbols in the fitlrst message four out in this fashion:
we-r the same, so It was reasonable to A. ELRI. ES.
stt this down as E. It is true that in Here I could only maake sense by put-
some cases the figure was bearing a ting T and G for the missing letters
flag and in some casea not, but it wasn andi supposing that the name was that
probable, from the wny In which the of some house or Inn at which the
flags were distributed, that they were writer was staying."
used to break the sent ncu up into Inspector Martin and I had listened
words. I accepted this as n hypothesis vi:h the utmost Interest to the full
and noted that E was represented by I. and clear account of how my friend
"But now came the real difficulty of had produced results which had led

'the inquiry. The order of the English
letters after E is by no means well
marked, and any preponderance which
miy be shown in an average of a
printed sheet may be reversed in a sin-
gle short sentence. Speaking roughly,
T. A, 0. I, N. S. H, R, D and L are the
num'erlcnl order in which these letters
i occur. but T, A. 0 and I are very near-
ly breastt of each other, and it would
be an endless task to try each combl-
nition until a meaning was arrived at.
I therefore waited for fresh material.
In my second Interview with Mr. Hil-
ton C('ubitt be was able to give me two
other short sentences and one message,
which appeared, since there was no
flag. to be a single word. Here are the
symbols. Now. In the single word I
have already got the two E's coming
second and fourth in a word of five let-
ters. It migLt be 'sever' or 'lever' or
'never.' There can be no question
that the latter as n reply to an appeal
Is far the most probable, and the cir-
cumstances pointed to Its being a reply

off in the direction of East Ruston. written by the lady. Accepting it as
"Is it a lonely farm l"
Isit a lonely farm correct, we are now able to say that
"Very lonely, sir." the symbols
"Perhaps they have not heard yet of
all that happened here during the
night ?"
"Maybe not, sir." stand respectively for N, V and R.
Holmes thought for a little, and then "Even now I was in considerable
a curious smile played over h!s face. difficulty, but a happy thought put me
"Saddle a horse, my lad." said he. "I In possession of several other letters.
shall wish you to take a note to El- It occurred to me that if these appeals
rige's farm." I came, as I expected, from some one
He took from his pocket the various who had been intimate with the lady
slips of the dancing men. With these in in her early life a combination which
front of him he worked for some time contained two E's with three letters
at the study table. Finally he handed between might very well stand for the
a nate to the boy, with directions to name 'ELSIE.' On examination I
put It into the hands of the person to found that such a combination formed
whom it was addressed, and especially the termination of the message, which
to answer no questions of any sort was three times repeated. It was cer-
which might be put to him. I saw the tainly some appeal to 'Elsie.' In this
outside of the note, addressed in stra- way I had got my L, 8 and I. But
gling, irregular charactersevery unlike what appeal could it be? There were
Holmes' usual precise hand. It was only four letters in the word which
consigned to Mr. Abe Slaney, Elrige's preceded 'Elsie.' and it ended In E.
farm. East Ruston, Norfolk. Surely the word must be 'COME.' I
"I think, inspector." Holmes remark- tried all other four letters ending in
Ied, "that you would do well to tele- E, but could find none to fit the case.
graph for an escort, as, if my calcula- I So now I was in possession of C, 0
tons prove to be correct. you may have -
a particularly dangerous prisoner to
convey to the county jail. The boy
who takes this uote could no doubt for- B A D
ward your telegram. if there is an aft-
ernoon train to town. Watson, I think I INVITES DISEASE
we should do well to take it, as I have The blood supplies nourishment and
a chemical analysis of some interest to strength to every prt of the body when
finish, and this investigation draws rap- i is rich, pure andealthy. When from
ly to a close.'" any cause it becomes diseased or weak it
When thI' youth had been dispatched cannot supply the nutriment the system
with the note. Sherlock uolmes gave needs, and the body is unable to resist the
his instructions to the servants. If any diseases and troubles that are constantly
visitor were to call. asking for Mrs. assailing it to break down the health.
Hilton Cubitt. no information should I Iave used S. S. and found it to be
be given as to her condition, but he was an excellent blood purifier and tonic.
My blood was weak and impure, and as
to be shown at once into the drawing a result my system became very much
rooi. He impressed these points upon rundown anddebilitated. Lost twenty
or more pounds in weightp had no appe-
them with the utmost earnestness. tite and was in bad shape. Seeing S. .8.
Finally he led the way into the draw- advertised I began its use, and am well
Ing rm d the w pleased with tohe results alter using it
Ing room, with the remark that the for some little while. My system and
business was now out of our hands and general health have been wonderfully
built up and I no not hesitate to give
that we must while away the time as 8.8.8. the credit forit. H. MARTIN.
best we might until we could see what Warren, O., O0 Second St.
was In store for us. Th' doctor had de- Rheumatism, Skin Diseases, Scrofula,
parted to his patients, and only the in- Catarrh. Old Sores, Malaea, Contagious

spvctor and myself remained.
"I think that I can help you to pass
an hour in an interesting and profit-
able manne-r." sqnd Holmes. drawing
his chair up to nhe table and spreading
out in front of him the various papers
upon whib,-h were recorded the antics
of the dancing men. "As to you, friend
Watson, I owe you every atonement
for having allowed your natural curi-
osity to remain so long unsatisfied.
To you, inspector, the whole incident
may appeal as a remarkable profes-
- sional study. I must tell you. first of
all. the Interesting circumstances con-
nected with the previous consultations
which Mr. Hilton Cnbitt has had with
me in Baker street." lie then shortly
recapitulated the facts which have al-
ready been recorded. "I have here in
i front of me these singular productions,
I at which one might smile had they not
proved thomse!ves to be the forerun-
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"What did you do then, sir?" asked
the inspector.
"I had every reason to suppose that
this Abe Slaney was an American.
since Abe is an American contraction
and since a letter from America had
betu the starting po!nt of all the trou-
ble. I had also every cause to think
that there was some criminal secret
in the matter. The lady's allusions to
her past and her refusal to take her
husband into her confidence both point-
ed in that direction. I therefore cabled
to my friend, Wilson IIargreave of the
New York police bureau, who has
more than once made use of my knowl-
edge of London crime. I asked him
whether the name of Abe Slaney was
known to him. Here is the reply: 'The
most dangerous crook in Chicago.' On
the very evening upon which I had his
answer Hilton Cubitt sent me the last
message from Blaney. Working with
known letters, It took this form:
The addition of a P and a D completed
a message which showed me that the
rascal was proceeding from persuasion
to threats, and my knowledge of the
crooks of Chicago prepared me to find
that he might very rapidly put his
words into action. I at once came to
Norfolk with my friend and colleague,
Dr. Watson. but, unhappily, only in
time to find that the worst had already
"It is a privilege to be associated
with you in the handling of a case."
said the inspector warmly. "You will
excuse me, however, if I speak frankly
to you. You are only answerable to
yourself, but I have to answer to my
superiors. If this Abe Slaney, living
at Elrige's, is indeed the murdere, and
If he has made his escape while I am
seated here I should certainly get into
serious trouble." *
"You need not be uneasy. He will
not try to escape."
"How do you know?"
"To fly would be a confession of
"Then let us go to arrest him."
"I expect him here every instant."
"But why should he come?"
"Because I have written and asked
"But this is Incredible, Mr. Holmes!
Why should he come because you have
asked him? Would not such a request
rather rouse his suspicions and cause
him to fly?"
"I think I have known how to frame
the letter," said Sherlock Holmes. "In
fact, if I am not very much mistaken,
bere is the gentleman himself coming
up the drive."
A man was striding up the path
which led to the door. He was a tall,
handsome. swarthy fellow, clad in a
suit of gray flannel, with a panama
hat, a bristling black beard and a
great, aggressive booked nose, and
flourishing a cane as he walked. He
swaggered up the path as if the place
belonged to him, and we heard his loud,
confident peal at the belL
"I think, gentlemen," said Holmes
quietly, "that we had best take up our
position behind the door. Every pre-
caution is necessary when dealing with
such a fellow. You will need your
handcuffs, inspector. You can leave the
talking to me."
We waited in silence for a minute-
one of those minutes which one can
never forget. Then the door opened
and the man stepped In. In an Instant
Holmes clapped a pistol to his head,
and Martin slipped the handcuffs over
his wrists. It was all done so swiftly
and deftly that the fellow was help-
less before be knew that he was at-
tacked. He glared from one to the
other of us with a pair of blazing black
eyes. Then he buast into a bitter laugh.
"Well, gentlemen, you have the drop
oma e thls time. I seem to have knock-
ed Up against eint hard. But I
came beL in answer to a letter from
Mrs. ]Ilton Cubatt. Don't tell me that
she I n thial Don't tell me that she
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"*Mrs. Hilton ubiltt was seriously In- "Well. I have been here a month
jured and is at death's door." now. I lived on that farm, where I had
The man gave a hoarse cry of grief, a room down below, and could get la
which rang through the house. and out every night and no one the
"You're crazy!" he cried fiercely. "It wiser. I tried all I could to coax Elate
was he that was hurt, not she. Who away. I knew that she read the mes-
would have hurt little Elsie? I may sages, for once she wrote an answer
have threatened her-God forgive me! under one of them. Then my temper
-but I would not have touched a hair got the better of me, and I began to
of her pretty head. Take It back-you: threaten her. She sent me a letter them,
Say that she Is not hurt!" Imploring me to go away. and saying
"She was found badly wounded by that It would break her heart if any
the side of her dead husband." scandal should come upon her husband.
He sank with a deep groan on to the She said that she would come down
settee and buried his face, in his man- when her husband was asleep at 3 i
acled hands. 'or fiVe minutes he was the morning and speak with me
silent. Then he raised his face once through the end window, if I would go
more and spoke with the cold com, away afterward and leave her in peace.
posure of despair. She came down and brought money
"I have nothing to hide from you, with her, trying to bribe me to go.
gentlemen," said be. "If I shot the This made me mad, and I caught her
man be had his shot at me, and there's arm and tried to pull her through the
no murder in that. But If you think I window. At that moment In ruhei
could have hurt that woman, then you the husband with his revolver in hil
don't know either me or her. I tell hand. Elsie had sunk down pon the
you, there was never a man in this floor, and we were face to face. I was
world loved a woman more than I loved heeled also, and I held up my gS to
her. I had a right to her. She was scare him off and let me get away. Be
pledged to me years ago. Who was fired and missed me. I pulled of f .,
this Englishman that he should come most at the same instant, and down tb
between us? I tell you that I bad the dropped. I made away across the gar-
first right to her and that I was only den, and as I went I heard the window
claiming my own." shut behind me. That's God's truth,
"She broke away from your Influence gentlemen, every word of It; and I
when she found the man that you are," heard no more about it until that lad
said Holmes sternly. "%he fled from came riding up with a note which made
America to avoid you, and hle married I me walk in here like a jay and give
an honorable gentleman in England. myself into your hands."
You dogged her sad followed her and A cab had driven up while the Amer.
made her life a misery to her In order lean had been talking. Two uniformed
to induce her to abandon the husband policemen sat Iaside. Inspector Mar-
whom she loved and respected In order tin rose and touched his prisoner o th
to fly with you, whom he feared and shoulder.
hated. You have ended by bringing "It Is time for us to go."
about the death of a noble man and "Can I aee her first?"
driving his wife to suiielde. That is "No, she is not conscious. Nberloke
your record in this business, Mr. Abe Holmes, I only hope that if ever agatO
Slaney, and you will answer for It to I have an important case I shall bave
the law." the good fortune to have you by my
"If Elsie dies I care nothing what side."
becomes of me," said the American. We stood at the window and watched
He opened one of his hands and look the cab drive away. As I turned beet
ed at a note crumpled uy pI his palm. my eye caught the pellet of paper
"See here, mister," he cried, with a which the prisoner had tossed apon the
gleam of suspicion to his eyes, "you're table. It was the note with whib
not trying to scare me over this, are Holmes had decoyed him.
you? If the lady Is hurt as bad as "See if you can read it. WatMon" saI
you say, who was It that wrote this he, with a smHfe.
note?" He tossed It forward on to the It contained no word, but this iltte
table. line of dancing men:
"I wrote it to bring you hee."
"You wrote It? There was no one (K rT X T-rx ;rM
on earth outside the Joint who knew
the secret of the dancing men. How
came you to writ It?" "I you se the ode which I have
"What one an can Invent another painedd" said Holmes, "you will Hat
can discover," said Holmes. "There is that it simply means 'Come heme a
a cab coming to convey you to Nor- once.' I was convinced that it was ah
which, Mr. Slaney. But meanwhile you invitatio which he would not i
have time to make some small repara- since he could never magie that t
tion for the injury you have wrought, could come from any one but the lady.
Are you aware that Mrs. Hilton Cubitt And so, my dear Watson, we have e*
has herself lain under grave suspicion ed by turning the dancing men to goad
of the murder of her husband and that when they have so often been the
It was only my presence here and the agents of evil, and I think that I have
knowledge which I happened to poe- fulflled my promise of giving y
something unusual for your notebook.
pess which has saved her from the ac- Three-forty is our train, and I htow
usation? The least that you owe her we should be back in Baker start og
is to make it clear to the whole world dinner."
that she was in no way, directly or Only one word of epilogue.
indirectly, responsible for his tragic American, Abe Slaney, was condemned
end." to death at the winter assizes at Ngp
"I ask nothing better." said the Amer- which, but his penalty was changed t
ican. "I guess the very best case I penal seritde conderaton of -
can make for myself is the absolute a sr virtumetances and the certa0
Igating circumstances and the certaS.
naked truth." ty that Hilton CutItt had fired the AtM
"It is my duty to warn you that It Of M. lton Cu
will be used against you," cried the s that I have heard s e reswIa=
inspector, with the mtgisleent fair entirely and that she still remain a
play of the British critmal law. widow, devoting her whole life to the
Slaney shrugged his shoulders are of the poor and to the ad
"I'll chance that," sald e. "First of tion of t r husband's estate.
all, I want you gentlemen to under-
stand that I have known this lady
since she was a child. There were sev- Jealousy I to "e AM
en of us in a gang il Chicago, and El- A young man was very Jlo f s
sle'm father wasthr t oflbe JointI girl be adored. She was a bit

He was a clever mat, w old Patrick
SIt was he who invented that writing.
which would pasn as a fld's scrawl
unless you Just happened to have the
key to it. Well, Ble learned some of
our ways, but she couldn't stand the
business, and she had a bit 9 l onest
money of her ow a so she gae-a all
the slip and got away to London. S r
had been engaged to me, and she would
have married me, I blleBv, If T Iad
taken over another profession, but she
would have nothing to do with any-
thing on the cross. It w-a oly after
her marriage to this fZg11ms1 Oet I
was able to fAnd out ir4- I
wrote to her. but t answer. After
that I came over, 4Md, ate" w
no sc, I put
could read them.

coquettish than other girls. "Your 0
can flirt In all directions," he sait a
day, and cut them out. "You mIgh
Save your hands to somebody," and he
i cut them off. "With your feet yow eM
make signs to some one under the t
ble," and he cut those off. "I forgot thaM
you can also speak," he remar~tCa m
days later, and tore her tongue ouL
"You shall not smile," he said, an&
knoebed her teeth out. I, I am %
bit quieter now," he remarked the d
after he had cut her hair of, and fad
the fAst time he was going to t-ru
her to herself. "Now she is ugly, b
still I feel she is quite my w," I
aid on leaving her. But whea h beuO
tured the girl had dieappeaged. &A
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J. -A. Pfeiffer
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank leilly,
V.'. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
F. E. Brawner,
C. W. Limar,
J. R. Saunder's,

S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery.
W. H. Mi.:on, Jr,
0. E. Maura.
W. L. Cawtnon.
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. .1J Hanna i,
McKenzie Oertig.
Alex M'Gowin,
C. M. Covin:'on.

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

WM. H. KNOWLES, President.
THOS. W. BRENT. Alst. Cahier.

W. K. HYER, JR., V.-Pres. an Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.



of Pensaoola, Fla.


F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wrm H. Knowles
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.


We draw our own ISill of Ex-
enange on Great Britain, Ireland.
Germany, France, AueJla, Italy,
a1olland, Spain, Belgium, Russia.
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
eher European sountrief.

Vessels disbursed upon the Most
Favorable Terms, and their oeb
gations taken Payable at Port of
Destination Ten Oays After Voe
sel Arrives thero.








a ety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Conn:ction with which we
have a Private Department for thz us: o! RenterL.

Savings Depwartment-In terest Paid on De-
posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.

lCtiensA national HBank.



itar, Nmber of Answers to Last
Weeks Pictures Were In-



More incorrect answers were re- 1
S ived this week than have come for
ewleral months, which indicates tast.',
after all even the Puzzle Army doesn't' ,
kwo' everything i.
But. remember Puzzlers, it is not so (
much what you know. as it is what you 0
know how to find out when you need
ft know it.
And The Journal defies any sinla.' I
m tb-r of boys and girls to beat its
1a'ek, Army in finding out what tit
Iraly wisbhe to know. is
many gpe' "No. 3. George
Wyth<." "No. t. Benjamin Franklin. *I'
0"o. 7. James Madison" and "No. 5 1
George Washins:on." that it would re-
qne too rich space to mention (
them, but among them are a number
of "Puzzlers" who rarely miss any 1
gnszle and a larce number of bright,
aew Puzzlers who are most welcome
recruits and all are urged to "Try, t

try again." Apalachicola. Fla; Rudolph Marshall, in 1866. In that year it also visited o: in..,-.. or.,s..
Charles Chunn, 321 North Barce- Apalachioola, Fla: Lucile Robinson. | Charleston, S. C. D r tor< .
lona street, city is entitled to tihe dol- City; Mary Robinson, City; Amelia It did not come south to the gulf eo. W Writht, Morris ear, T. K. Woiei
lar this time and can get it by calling Flemn _ng, Roberts, Fla; Denis W. | I U coast until 1702, appearinOg at Bilxo, | s M. RobinonB. L. lnsot reaen.
for it at The Journal office. Eagan, City; Susie Parker, City; Miss. In 1765 it appeared first in E: A .EF!H'.L bNKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
The answers to the puzzles for Sep- Hazel Jacoby, City; 0. A. Gonzalez, '[[ L VE rope in Cadiz. Spain. and the sant,'
reir er 10 were as follows: !Jr.. Bohemia. Fla; Dualey Gonzalez., year in Mobile, Ala.
No. 1. George Otimer. Bohemia, Fla; Irene Hernandez, City; Between that dae and 1800, it visit- ********************************w
No. 2. .osilah Bartlett. Ivy Smith. City; Nellie Rowland, ed Charleston. S. C., seventeen times, J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEF2E, Cashier.
No. 3. Button Gwinnett. City; Charles Chunn. City; Alice New York sixteen times, Boston three R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
No. 4. John Witherspoon. Wagenheim. City; Benj. D. Robinson, times, and New Orleans four times t
No. 6. Abraham Clark. City; Lela Wilkins, City; Bertie Pat- Nantucket, Catskill, New Yoit,. L
No. 6. jamin Rush. person. Muscogee, Fla; Olga R. Joh- Nati f t IHartford, Portsmouth, N H. Aln, Director--L. J. Reve, J. Reec, W. DeC. Kesle, R. M Cay,
No 7. Benjamin Harrison son, St. Andrews, Fta; Elliot G. Bar-It Isa Native of the West IndS N. Y., Salem, Mass.. and Woodbur.. W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings.
No S. (;)rge Head. row. Ci'y; Annie B. Richardson, Free- N. J., have felt its deadly sting. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
No. !4. William Paca. port, Fla: Kitti- Salter, Milton. Pla; 8an11d impoteO 0to In 1778 there was a terrible vietta-:^ YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULL SOLCITD.
No 1, Oliver Woicott. Lillie Salter, Miton, Fla; Jeanette i on in Philadelphia, New York, Pa!:i- ******* *oo o***OO* O*****O**t-
Correct Answers Received. Israel. City; Jean Hickey, Apalachi- America. more. Wihmington. Del., Porisnmitth -.
Correct answers were receive,,' from cola. Fla; Grafton Wheat, Pinewood, N. H.. and other Northern cities. In
.he following girls and oys. Chest ,r Fla, Fred Macarthy, Pinewood, that year in the island of Sain Domin-
H. Barrow. City: Edna V. Riedl;. Pla; Anna Lau.hton. Gait City, Fla; HAS APPEARE@ AS #AR NORTH go, out of 25.000 troops no less than
Cit. Ethol 'tnitanar. 1e Funi-k Flora Lauighton, 4;alt City. Fla; Peb 21,190 died of the disease. 1800 saw %/Zhol an .'i -
Fla: J,-efeh Swaine Riera. City: M;'. le Barrow. (Cty; Ethel Israels. City; AS QUEBEC IN AT LEAST the most t.-rrble ravats of the dii an
Ik Swane. City. Luc S.vain. City. Minnie Cecile Brown. Myrtle Grove e Steam, Domiestic, Anthracit A
Fl Swaine. C'it : Fhlore Gun'tcr. Fa: Sidney Dannh.isser. City; Ruth THIRTY STATES OF THE UNION. Selle~, ha nd Blacksmith
Pr E. E. S:,,wpiart al : ".ad TurnFl (Tlya John Mrow.lliview, NOT THE DRkADED SCOURGE IT 76.4 eaes and 14outhx street Telephone 3.
P E E S:.warl.. P3L h. Pla Willard mith orrill, Millview, Harfrl. i n. Now York. l'l :- Office-No Soth aax reet Telephone 93.
Idie MrEen. Bagdad. Fla; San, Pla: Pearl Ea an Cam. Mvrtle Grove WAS ONCE CONSIDERED. adelh1ia and ot!-r noriH .i-es1 anI Yards on Za ragossa d Gunzalez streets, Phone.
;n:, Stewart. lHa:dad. FPa; Addi, Fia: Alice K. Dow. Ciy.v; Nora Tate, Norfolk. Va. .uffrtd in i0.. -
S:ewart. Bagdad. Fla; Carey Steart. Rolberts. Flh: Hermina RWiss Rob- In 1,,02. of 27.t0i0 ca-s in San D)o
Bagdad, Fia; Brt'etta White. C':.y; rts. Fla: W. E. Suggs. City: Pearl nmingo. the"t' as over 2 00110 ( 1ehth 04. 4 0 21
Johnnie W.1'e. Grand Rider. Fla: Si; gs, (Cty and Carl T. Hoffman,' The In aytona Gazette-News sayo : In 1,04 Caf r i'-enai Spain. lo ,t 14
Florrie Whi . Grand Ridge. Fla: M':- City. In ,ars gone by almost everoneoo 940 of her populaton of 33.220 from.n
Rowes. Brent, Fla: Clara Prenkel, sample of the many received and th.- t ions have changed and it is not dread- In !S05 Quebe- hal1 i:s first and 1as, CU RIOSITY' IS NOT ALW A
City: Zarra M. Cole, Dyas, Ala: Fi- editor regrets that all can not beed by the rank and file as much as attack. Out of an English conmany
elia Sublett, City: John Frenkel. printed. small pox. diptheria, scarlet fever or of trop of fifty-five. nly six esca- It will pay you to Investigate our prices b re byin yor
it Fanni Wageneim. Cit Ew Dear MrEditor I wil once more other contagious diseases. ed death. *
M Preakel. of L. & N. Freight House: try my luck on your puzzles as my Tore thanThe last epidemic in New York oc- Hardw re, h, Doors, Blinds r Lumber.
Fred Berry. Brent. Fla; Jack Roberts. sister has answered them. We will with little m rred in 1822. ovr 50 per cent. o
Arcadia Farms." Fla; Lizzie Ee. send there to our sister in Pensacola the state. Perhaps a few erons willthose tacd dyin We lso handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.
City; M. Leslie Boghich. City; Gladys to carry tem to your office. I will hesitate abo con Since then no epidmic of this di-
Shackelford, City: Diessie shackei ciese hoping I wili get that alipper.iat present but the majority of tho Va. senorh of o W ca uve you money on everything
Ford. City: Louisa Lewis. City; Ida ol' dollar. Johnnie White, Grand apr0nt a_ _y Va.
Mallory, City; Edw.ar.' Morgan.City; Ridge. Fla. who own winter homes in the state The year 1833 was a horrible one -
Lillian IAreue. City: :alvin S. Wolft. understand the conditions and will for deaths in Florida, Alabama, Mis
Cita: Eloda Jmones. De Funiak .Fla; Dear Mr. Ft or: I hope you Puwill come during September and October sissippi, Louisiana. Arkansas an S aunders i Ioman
iana f~llow arctlp. t o J,-|n y~otr Puzzl* as is the usual custom. Texas.il C
Cephas Wilson. r.. Marianna. Fla: I live in Pensacla b*Texas. Eight thousand four hundr
Katie MllHer. City: Eoline Foun:aine. Army live n Pensacola but I al W n the sean proper opens, t died In New Orleans.
Pine Hill. Ala.. Stella Reinhardt, my two brokers are here on a visit ,s not anticipated that there will be In 1854, many people died in New. Offices 29 East Garden Street, Phone 717.
itt; William Genry. Mil:on. Fla;' to our grand-mother. Florrie White. any falling off in number of tourists. Orleans, Norfolk and Portsmouth., Factory North Palafox Street. Phone 1133.
lack Gentry Milton. Fla; Rt:,h Gen Yellow n 1857 it appeared in Jacksonville. b1acioryn Nor Waea ocreet ,
try. Mikom, F;a; Bessie Marshall. %. EBitor: I am answering the Fla., for the frtime.
,i 1... 1.. l Av.. h .... o it 1., h iiVc_,.^.. ... i.i. m.i... ti, in,, ,_ Fa, In r 1867-th ppel r edA t inmNew.O'eAnA AaaA


Answers eout Be Wrts Thki Caepen &ank. No
Attmetlo Will Be Pa&M Thesc Net Writtme O It. No
Exceptlxie this Rule.

My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-d&y are as follows:



No. 3

me. 4

Me. 5

NO. 6



No. 9




. TI

puz,,-s is, ,,.,un... uave uno su, nI pan s about ubecume naturanz,,-u In 1867 it appeared in New Orlean.. -
them in for a long time bint I get the United States and Mexico. Texas and Memphis.
them nearly .,very Sunday except: It has never visited Asia. Australia: In 1870 there was 49 deaths oi Gov-
one or two. Hoping to capture that or the islands of the Pacific. ernor's Island. New York, and 18 in
convicted "Dollar." I remain yours It has invaded most 'f Europe. It Philadelphia. all from yellow lever
yours truly. ivy Smi*h. City. has prevailed in at least six of the e- but the disease did not -preal.
N-ar rtr. Editor: This is ty first publics of South America. jIn 1871 Florida and CLarleston. S.
trial with th1 puzzlers. and -hope I It has appeared as far north as Que- C. suffered.
will -et that wonderful dollar that bec, Canada. In 1873 the disease was terrible all,
s., many are working for. Yours At least thirty of the states of this along the g-ilf coast and up lthe MiFsis
truly. John Crow. Millview. Fla. Union have suffered fro'n it. Maine, sippi Valley. Two tho'isand diet in
Denr Flitor: This is my answer. New Hampshire, Vermont. Massacnu-i Memphis.
I hope it: is 0. K. I am 9 years old setts, Rhode Island, Connecticut. New In 1876 It was epidemic in Savan-
next birthday an.:' would lik e to get h York and Pennsylvania in the list. I nah.
the dollar. Hopin. that I am correct The first authentic records of its In 1878 the most horrible epidemic
I am yours Ruth Turner. City. results was in Central America In 1595. ever known in this country app-ared.
Dear Editor: I am a little Pensaco- In 1666 it destroyed every soul in the it swept the gulf coast up Fte Mi':ist-
ilan. but I am in Alabama now. We. island of St. Lucia-over 5,000 people. ippi Valley to Cairo, Ill.
are always glad to see The Journal., In New York it appeared first in In Memphis the death rate was one
I hope my puzzle is correct for my 1668. In Boston in 1691 and again in in every three. So malignant was i.
mother and uncle are in Cal. and 1 193. In Philadelphia 1695, and agpin that domestic animals and wild deer
want them to see my name In the died from it. (
Pst. I am sorry they have the yel-' This incident aught easily havel
low fevor in Pensaccla and I hope send all correct but ".vo. 5. Atra- given the hint, which was not until
you will not have it. Your little ham" though they probably intended 1900 definitely discovered, that yellow'
fr-iend,. E line Fountain, Pina Hill. to add the "Clark," anan forgot it. fever is transmitted and made epi-
Ala. I Vera Whida-on, Cantonement, Fla., demic by an inseC's bite.
Chester H. Barrow writes: "Dear Fhilip. Joe and lTheresa WHlman' In 1888 yellow fever was epidemic
Flitor. Please send me that old dol- city. all send nielty written lists, all in a virulent form in Fori la Jackson-
lar I am in quarantine and need correct but "No. 3. George Wythe." ville being the chief center. The dis-
some'hinz to keep the 'skemters off'." ease was quite fatal.
ITanie D. and Alice K. Dow's cor- FEEL IMPENDING DOOM. In 1898 there was another severe'
rect answers t- Sept. 3 puzzles are The feeling Qf impending doom in epidemic involving New Orleans,
Postmirked "Pensacola. Sept. 8. ,the minds of many victims of Bright' Ocean Springs, Mobile and other gulf
(Fridav) 3:30 P M." and of course disease and diabetes has been chang- points.
"'id net reach The Journal In time ed to thankfulness by the benefit a#-:
for Thursday's drawing. rived from taking Foley's Kidney
Charles B. More. Canrabelle. all, Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's LAUNDRY NOTICE.
correct but "No. fC. Franklin." diabetes and even in the worst eases; Owing to the scarcity of collections
George P. Floyd. Ga., all cor- gives comfort and relief. Slight dis- and th, absence of Mr. Walker Ing -__
rect b ut "No. 9. William Pasco." orders are cured Int a few days. "'I raham from the city it is necessary to
Eldie Placide send a iet so faintly had diabetes in its worst form," writes' place the business on a cash basi..,
written that not a single word ex- Marion Lee of D1nreath, Ind. "I Monthly customers are herebj noti.,
cept ibis name can be decohhered. tried eight phsiciLta ith relief. Only fidd that money must be left at home'
Anna Marie Best (or Bird) sends three bottles of I~ey's KidneT Cure to pay delivery man, or package w1il
nine correct answers and siga her made me a weB man." W. A. be brought back to laundry office.
own name for "No 10." : 'Alemberte, Drunqgt and Apothe- STAR LAUNDRY, ou
Frankle and Bertha Boeorch, city, cary. sept lw By H. J. Mackey.
l~rnke md ert IC16 ce. ity," Cary.

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