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 20, 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 )
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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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% -Latest Telegraphic News Service-=Foreirn and Domestic--Furnished

by The Associated Press.

Sad T HE JOURNAL'S Wat Ad. p
cooer Wednesday; an Il always read by nearly
fair; llght to fresh w eJ t pol







wMis Pesple eininint CHOLERA UNDER
H~w Hts inIncreasing lU L n 11111



Quarantine Regulations are Grad-
sally Being Modified.


8y Amociated Prs.
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The Eclipse of Kaiser


News Officially Conveyed By Am-
bassador Tower-Ten New
Cases in Berlin.

By Associated Press.
Berlin, Sept. 19.-An official bull -
tin was Issued today showing ten
cases of cholera and no deaths, repcrt-
ed in th-i twenty-four hours ending at
noon today. The corre-ted totals t:)
,.atp are 208 Cases and 75 deaths i

, New Orleans. Sept. 19.-Pol-- Declares Epidemic Over.
Slowing is the ofia. report to 6 Washington, Sept. 19.-The German
Sm: government declares the cholera epi-
New cases todav 34; total demic has been checked, and that
cwes to date 46.1.i4- further spread of the disease is un-'
9 Deaths today. 4; total deaths likely. The news was officially con-
S.to te.' ;veyed today from Ambassador Tower;
* Newfoc".
S New te. at Berlin to the State Department.
Under treatment 321. This will be transmitted to the Ma-
0 CCa~ discharged. 1.973. rine Hospital Service through th i
treasury department in order that it,
may modify the restrictions previous,
ly made on intercourse with German
SUSINE"S RESUMING sports, if it so chooses.
ew Orleans, SepM. 19-Increasinc MAN KILLED
crwds on the steet.s here i the steady homecoming of New AT MILLVILLE
Orleans people who went away
on their summer vacations cr
left when it seemed probably' CHARLES HOBBS MET WITH AN
there would be a serious epidem-
S pcoly l far of yellow fr ACCIDENT THERE, TELEGRAM
Sc. Pluastoly all fear of yellow fey-
4r has passed. and the influx of natives REACHING HERE FROM
lp'omises to be uninterrupted from thrI
in.e forward. THAT PLACE.
The 'h','a'y movemnn of freight, of
rll kinds thr tich thn s; re' ps also poi':-
4q the fact :ha, quarantin4-s art, \1 Charles H1olbs. a wo-kman in the
Ang if!ted and business in'r asking. employ of the German American Lum-
Dr. Wbhit .s assurance tI) the citi- her Co.. at Millville. was killed there
rv-ns committee tha; all danger will Monday by being caught in some of
cta;e Dass.e, before the date for the the machinery. At iepast that is sunn-

5.ieFiden:; arrival and tha: the part'
r.tai comr to New OrQ'eans and :ravel
c'v:r the staTw without risk shw s th,

confidenCw etIertamned b% the federal
*euthor:',s that henc-,frth there wiAl
be rapid 4inpnirment in conditions.
Dr. White has called for a complete
report of ever arc'ia: cas and ve.T
scupiciouis ease un r obs r\a' o:n iup
to the c;nse of busine-ss tomorrow
StnI; a !ist of a:, h, sti l under ).,
ervauio;n trom ,. fiflen'h ", t:(
thit-ieth day
Th nre has been a heavy (l!mina'iti t
oi faci. many case- now unml-r trca:-
tin'iiil [elr.c ho1-, s wh :e fever pr<-
sa.ed for sAini.t imt-.
Governor Bimanchard today telephon-
' Mayor H In 'Ir-' action taik,,n ) ThelI ('i',Trens
c 'i'il'tiw *0' in a-king t'le ipe.-sid(ct :0t
< ni( on Oc(tobtr 4:;h



Annual Convention of the National

Association of Life underwriters

-(ei to he the cause of his death. By Associated Press. cent.
A telegram reached here Mondayt Hartford. Sept. 19.-Insurance men In the matter of membership New
from M.l'ille addres.-d to J. R. to the number of t:roe hundred from York alone made an increase of forty-
Bailey. which merely gave the infor- all parts of the country attended thf- one, New Jersey thirty-seven, and
ier.-on that Hobbs had been killed in opcing session oi the convention of Philadelphia thirty-four. The thirty-
the mills. and asking what disposition the National Association Life Under- one associations made a net gain of
(o make .)f the remains. It was sign- writers here today. The meeting will one hundred and fifty-s:x. Added to,
e, byh the (,erman American Lumber continue through Thursday and ques- these are three hundred and eighteen
Company. but the officials here do not tions of much importance to life in- new members in the fourteen asso-
know of an) such person, and he could surance men will be considered. clations which have affiliated or bec i
not be fond by the telegraph corum After the preliminary business inci- reinstated during the year. making aI
pn, dent to organizing the convention, total net gain of four hundred ail
Ye-.terday, however, the full name John Dolph, of Cincinnati. president, seventy-four. This gives. us a mem-
of 7he man was learned but no infor- of the association delivered his annu- bership of two thousand and thirty-
r.a'ion as to Bailey couli be secured, al address. Mr. Dolph's address In two. New associations have been or-!
It is evident that he is a relative of substance. was as follows: ganized in Lansing. Syracuse. Bing-!
t!- man who was killed, and the offl- President Dolph's Address. hamton, Evansville. Birmingham,
cers of the company would be pleased During the year every one of the Springfield, Ill., San Antonio and;
to locate him. thirty-one associations which afflliat- Canton.
ed last year has renewed its member- From a careful review of the rec-I
ship. Four associations were rein- ords I found that lems than 35 per
L &. N TO ENTER stated and ten new associations were cent of the local associations which
N enlisted under our banner. This at various times had affiliated withI
TIUSCALGOOS makes a total membership of forty- the National body were in gool
I vSAL SA five, a net gain of fourteen or 45 per standing and represented by deie-

FOUR WOMEN A special f Tuscaoosa, Ala, toASE ALL
tht Birmingham Age-Herald says:B
"For qu!te a while there has been,
By Associated Press. alk of the Iuisville and Nashville September 19
P ,_" railroad enitring Tuscalooa and the
S inctmn Kappearance of several engineers em-
r-,in F"re(ik E CarlIon,.f 0'i en|e maUn' Southern League.
P onl, th. ";, n r n a" or n n ur e yesterday strengthen t s ned the sup- Atlanta 7. Memphis L0.
w ton In. T,, onin on The Louisville and \ash- Birmingham 5, Little Rock 9.
Roches er New \rk. e. i I f. >y I::oe ha a branch running to Brook- I UP Nashville 8. New Orleans 4.
the grand jr, o K n- cu .a. wd and it seems to be the cmpny Montgomery 14, Shreveport 3.
C('lr'-on pl., ac no iy 1an to purchase the Tuscaloosa beltL American League.
I ne which already extends as far as Washington 0, Boston 1, (first game)
HITIolt. Washington 6. Boston 7, (sec-
FEVER SITUATION .'With an additional track of some- e g .
[ MI I S O ti "ng ike six miles the Tuscaloo Calls Upon TCs Cman t o e- New York 5, Philadelphia 0, (first
could be connected, wIhsich would give New York 0, Philadelphia 3, (second
a through line to Birmingham Tn. pay Amount Due the Equit- game.)
By Associated Press. agitation of the electric line to this St. I' uis 3, Ohicago 8.
.k ; .--The Miissop- from Birminkham, it is thought. able SOCiet Cleveland 2. Detroit 1. (first game.)
Ja n 5, : 1"-The Missi'p- has inftuenced the tos'"U I Cleveland 4, Detroit 2, second
p -nniar 'ior the past he roa."game.)
t ., ',,. -. a -,.u f. f,;,ws. New York, Sept. 19.-That the National League.
N;,. cas, Gu:fpor' Price of Oil Advanced. Equitable Life Assurance Society paid; Chicazo 8. Cincinnati 6.
S i v ,a, V.- s--ippi City two C:\oveland. Sept. 19.-The Standard out $218,264 to the Merchantile, Philadelphia 3, New York 2. firstr
I \ '..- \ , -ix new case-. 0i Compan) has advanced the selling Trust Company, in connection with game.)
. '.- ,,.-'to da:e 41. pr'e on a : grades of refined oil ha:f: certain loans known as "Turne", Philad?1phia 1, New York 2. (sec-ond
Sit .' : : T.:, -'i report *, cc:.' per a!:< n Gasol.ne is advanced Loans." and that such payment was gime.)
ne-v .. N :. :- rom HllamturL 1 cont pr gal:on. without authority so far as the rec- Boston-Brooklyn. rain.
ords of the society show was made'
public today in the report of Pre.i-;
dent Paul Morton to the director. due to the Enuitable. He also 'le-
Ser ious Char e is M ade Morton's report gives an exhaustive cleared that more than $S6,000 wi l1
history of the manipulation begun in have to be charged off. ':n account ,:f
governor of Indiana 94 In this connection Mr. Moron the loan of John E. Searles. who has
served notice on the Merchantile gone through bankruptrc. and the se-
Trust Company to repay the amount curity given by him is T,'ortihless.
By Asociated Press. and a common gambler."
Ran", : '., -In an ad- The governor openly charged that!
re-.- a& "., r.. ..2 ohe th r:i .th $,.~.,i of the states money went to.
Ird:; -.:.`' .:... ` a'v v -no.r Hain 'rtain gentlemen operating the Casino IF YOU BOARD
lt%. :,he ;T-o a,;, n ,a- p.tI::c atFrench Lick. I YOU DJ
Ih; reaso>- i : TIn :n t car? 0, The governor enumerated a list of,
i ,;vis E Sh.- k x a'i!.'or of s-ate. wha: he ter'.med "Wildca`" securities
,l s,,' esig!.;,',., 'a a- t',ire. iv :the agmr-egaing a face value of $75,000. Yo ca aways f a new coo
fxgrernr: Fa,- a',i1 .miur,.% were usI i--t, wh.ch the sta:"s mouey went OU Can always find a "nW COOk Simpl
to show wha" ..'- ..n. of I.n-. elong- ( -ovt-nor HlanLey further charged: house. The ads. tday Will show you a lotof
Inz to) its s':a, -ha! nas los: :,y Sherr:ck with being an open railroad
"**' rd E. S ,-ri. k, auditor of state i grafter.






Large Sum Alleged to Have Been
Used to Defeat Anti-Prize
Fight Bill.

By Associated Press.
San Francisco, Sept. 19.-Billy No-
lan, manager for Battling Nelson, the
prize fighter, has made a statement
that a fund of $7,000 was raised in
San Francisco to defeat the Ralston
anti-prize fight bill at the last session
of the state legislature. He charges
that Harry Oorbett, with whom $2,500
of the money had been deposited
prior to Nelson's recent fight with
Britt. is hohloing $1,000 of the forfeit
money as Nolan's share of the alleged
corruption fund used at Sacramento.
Corbett admits holding tihe money i'nt
says Nolan owes him that amounL
Corbett denies that any money was
paid to legislators to defeat the bill.
At the last session of the legislature
Senator Ralston's bill passed the sen-
ate but was defeated in the house.
Nolan's charges have been published'
hbre and ithe districtt attorney an-
nounces his intention to look into the
matter as soon as he fnishes with the
trial of ex-senator Simmons, charged
with accepting a 'bribe.




Although One New Case is Re-
ported, Only 3 are Under


State Health Officer Satisfied
With Work Being Done.


A summary of the fever sit. *
f-e nation up to last night is as o
i # New cases, one; total to 4
; date, 44.
Deaths, none; total to date, O
4 nine.
Cases under treatment, 3, .
cases discharged, 32.

One new case of yellow fever, three
cases discharged and three under
treatment is the yellow fever situa-
tion this morning. The new cdhe is
that of Charles Roberts, a painter,
who 1bards at the Commercial Hotel
on East Intendencia street, between
Tarragona and PaJafox streets .
The situation therefore continues
to be favorable and encouraging, and
it Is believed that the fever will be
stamped out within a short Umne pro
'Ra" no cases fevryp from those
who walked the streets and did not
report their Illness to phvsritans :n
order that they might receive the
proper treatment and isolation.
The Case of Roberts.
The case of Robrts was reported
by Dr Frank (G RIcnhaw. wh was

gate s at the Indianapo lis cm vention I l I -- oI .. . .. ... -&.. k -
They were given s,:ioui consider.i- called to attend th0 -; k iran, and
tton. with the result hat I became later it was diagnos-.l as yellow
convinced that this grea organization Captain ru r stever. The patient, <.-(,sedav after-.
in which we all take so much pride captain Of FrUiter Oten Los roon, however, while 'i beirg no.
needs a closer relation with the lo- ., s fro, m I ,
cal associations. License for Ignoring Distress tic, slipped from ,s ,), an, ,reB
We must reverse our thought and ing went upon the strotf. lie was
our action; we must no longer look! SignalS Of Sylph. later found and reTurn ,l to the hotel.
upon the National Association as and a guard placed thoee to keep him
merely the flower anl the fruit of as-I a a
soc(iar on work, to be plucked and ad-, By Associated Press. from leaving.
mired on annual ocrasions. The Na-: Washington. Sept. 19.-Failure o With this exep;ion. and the fact
tional Association muf-t prf)pazate its Captain W. II. JHotville. as master of that two or more silupicious or doubt-.
speeches. That it may I!ve and wax the United Fruit Company's ship ful cases were repor-ed during the
stronger it must he the constant and Oteri to give assistance :o the United day. the day passed off quietly and
active fountain head of life in new lo- States steamship Sylpi!. which was without any uneasiness upon the part
cal associations, and a newer life disabled off the coast of North Caro- of the residents. Everyone seems to
in those which now exist. We can- lina on April 12th ha.; cost him his be In better spirits and the uneasi-
not live wholly upon the local bodies; l)sinion through the revocation of his ness which prevailed when the fever
rather we must originate them, we lice'-e by the United States Steam- was first announc'- Is passing away
must sustain them, and they must ship Inspection Service. The distreG a and business going ahead nicely,
find their greatest incentive, thei- to the Sylph occurred while Lieut. though many have left the city.
greatest hope. their greatest vigor in 'vans was bringing the vessel up the There are quite a number of cases
the National, the parent body. coast from Florida, where she had of malaria and ryphoid fevers in the
been used by Mrs. Roosevelt and the city, but after keeping them under
White House children for a cruise. surveillance for several days the phy-
It appears from the evidence gather- sicians have come to trhe conclusion
ed by the Steamboat Inspection Ser, that they ar*, other than yellow
vice that Capt. Hotvcl:e made little fever. A safe and conservative
effort, to extend aid tthe Sylph. conere Is beoin pursue, in all such
-- ca.-es. When a case of fever is re-
ported prompt steps are taken and
Fire in Houston. the outcome is then awaited. If It
IIo ston, Texas, Sept. 19.-Fire in develops in-,k yellow fever the oftcialf
FIR TW Ith nsidlence district last ni,'ht ;-':s- have it well in hand, while if it turms
|ro|| r l seven residences at a loss of ou? to be of another type no harm has
-', .0.). with insurance of about .15 pl r be-,n done.

fUV Ii

Cottages in the Northeastern Por-

tion of the City, Were Set
on Fire.
T\%r) ui -u posf-. ii nc-n; r'-'-. fir- or-
-Iby Li-zic' IDavizs. uliri N."e
1~~~~~s 3,N hIa isstre,T, -",itjI a Cl'-

'na 7, ~ 1XNo, 53 ca :*- I
m irani'. nd 37xc
;.cn o ie:-he aI.' f u'-ens
\~ ~ a on:~s a-'( fi-e v
a 73n-t. s .t t.mr- fan I,

.'n: : a t a th.e t:.mc.
i,. firemen w,-,re p'r-'aring to de-
pal f t' t, s-ene w'.v',n one of the.

y finding a new boarding
new cooks, at your service,
- i

Dr. Porter Pleased.

Vt km. ..- ... ... Dr..Porter Pleased.
for the spread of the fire. orter Pea
State Health Officer Porter seems
Lieut. Gov. Accepts Place. to be well pl-ase-d with the work tht
Lut Acet r has been ac.nflish,.-l. The :-vr
Richmond, Va., pt. 19.--Li'eut. h ias been cr',-,;; alrrmost ex;,n:lvey
Gov. J. E. Villiard has ace-pted the to fl e ir.feted d.-rict. or is trao-able
appointment as member of the state o e-to,. an e is ve- much encmir.
corporation commission, recently ten- a t a. op- to have it stamped
1ere(ld m by Governor Mu.ontague. Cir soon. iHe is receiving able assist.
ante fr,"-" :h. physicians in the 8sm
men nroied another fire. Thi wa v:ce o :.,- statean all are ilntat
ju. across the street in a vacant io riddi'g the city of the llseae,
crtnae. This was al - l!:nt trouble. Inside the vacant Dr Porter hr-ind nothing during
i>i.use, which is own-ed by Rockaway. -tecrday r-znar S:nz The detenties
Will!s. colored, was found a quantity 'arnp abo-v Mr-.David. A telegram
.f ras. w-hich had been set on fire. n. hi surgeon general Moa-
Th darire-( done to the houses was .lay informtn- him of th- fact :hat a
-f t:iali consequence. sit, had bten -eected, nut up to lt
Th'i- nativee of the party committing
the orime is not known, nor have the
o',ct--rs any trace of the person. (Continumd on Third Page)

iReyes Declares Himself

Dictator of Colombia

By Associated Press, members of the supremn- court a: Bo-
Panama, Sept. 19.-Unconfirmed re- gota. Mobs angered by this action
ports reached here to-lay to the ef- attacked the presidential pi'e.- and
shy-i :w fire"l upon iy tr.^p'. who ,.i ed
fe't that General Rafael Reyv-. presi- or w)nde; many -o'-ers. vIt or;s
dent of Colombia, dcc:.ar. I himself. ay-. revl.'.i,ans have b,.ca stir:-d la
dictator on Sept 8, and imprisoned Antioqula and SantanJer.







c( nt Lac of wter as rsronsible !







Author of -The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," "The Hound of
the Baskerrilles." *The Sign of the Four." "A Study In Scarlet," EtN.




Each Story Complete in Itself.

The Marvelous Masterpieces of Mystery

which have been stamped as the greatest of

Twentieth Century Fiction.

You can't afford to miss these thrilling

detective stories.

You can get them in

The Sunday Journal.



0 0 00 *0 4 1 --- 0 0 $ :** 6 :* < 4 *>60 644 40" 04 4 40 0 0
0*<<>Wr^<<*<**t><; ^*^*

I- - -..-i* Joiner have in Vhzir possession twen-- -
SIty young alligators. They capture d
LSPRI ,h,, |,,:-e "4,n D,-cambia river. The MYRTLE GROVE
:I liaLors are from ten to twelve
S inches long and are alive and doing ......
Special to The Journal. Mrs. Scana Crary, who suffered a
TBluff Springs. Scpt 19.-Rev. J.. L-stroke of paralysis some time ago Special to The Journal.
Tlrvrs assisted ,,y R,'v. J. T. Fillin- while at Brent. FPa.. Is now here with Myrtle Grove. Stept. 19.-We have
i:.. r,i:n"c i .ris of m ',:ii heir daulghtr. Mrs. D. R. Coley. Mrs. our share of refugees just now, and
*a *'' 1i .:" : c .rhurch. The Crary is ::ill cryv low. we would quote Olive's correspondent
: ee.'0. h;' c .n now f irs. 'ad Wilson and children hi his splendid ] t:er ot last week
* we'. a-h., w-' e. 'it>e until af','r' nd Mr" lrt ion antd chilldr-. and thus: "Harvest time is 'here. no:w
Sunda S. :'.*n : 2..;.. S la:" I:,'"..;:a ri Mami Steward rcfutgees go to work." But some o(f
.\f.orts la. :,**,: varied n: i a;i of P ,, a,,'. are guests of Mr. those that were fortunate enough to
a. ,.I .nor :., 1 :. r.,i'I and M'-rs. I. E a" I. M get out ou'r way with tfieir famfll. :.
.1.Lr. M ..,Ci Mia.,l. n-acc-mpan- . resenimbl- a spider who has its wtr:
d t, '1.: rh Mr. Ian.har Ni Mr. lFaunr. if century is visitsnugly lx, 1 ln's<,ne suitbble pnene itt
.::ih an., h'r rchl.!r:'n. Mises An- s i-re ,r an old fence anl ihlie ol lfarmercome.-
ile ('samiron: Mar\ 1ee. and Jannixr" Mrs. C A. Mor .;o and children. o along to rebuild his fene and cone-.
an' .Mas4,l- .,hnnie and Ne'd. a;- Mo.ble. are v.si:niz her sister, Mrs. quently dsturbls Mr. Spi':r," perhaps l:
Itntetd church .n santa Rosa county P IL Coley. so that he is forced out. Well. this
E,un y. wh.r. they saw many rc'a- Mrs. J. 0. Crary ani" children. of being the case. he crawls some dis-
tirN- ani! fr'endv H 11-i nt. Fin returnn',, home last Sat- tance and settles down. only tempoi-
Mr andI Mrs G.orze A Hartw "S n ,.ra af't r a pleasani vis.i; of several arlIy, and not long after gets up and
a;,,-i,< ,i hi'Ui a; Century Siin'la. :.ys t.re %il rla,;iv'es and friends, c--awls snimewhere e:s.,. So it is with
c'l v. Mr. R E. Fli ginim is busy this we> k the refugees--hey are always on Ihe
hiv .1 O0 lawrrecr. arronimanie,l :al:ini the consts. rove.
to hiie wife and -!hidr-,n cn-m,< u i Mr,, N J Prwton has just receiverd'I Most of the people here fin'l th
l-o:u Pir- ro'en S:i .rdav and flii.' a s,: ,. ,k of fail and winter nuilli quarantinee regulations very s:renui-m-
i' regular rippur.'n,'-i here Saiur- rerv. and reall:- worse, on them than Ili
ia' eightt aurld Sunday at :he Mtho-r a a t r ellw Jack would lie. We wul
T!, farmtrrs a'-' a". :,s a!t)t here'
f ur, n-n Pl:CL. an I :-ti.pt'i t, ,t an--' n kc iI very ?ad if the fver situation
Mr Le Kion. f rPn .arren. : a1 '- a a ak-ould improrso that our state health
s d M G R Santon is now running ffieer would ee fit to issue a bulletin
Mr. Le V.ias and Mr. im I r lr to remove the cordon that now sur-
is nAw mil r, ,arlv. rounds the city, but if this cannot be


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

has no equal.
Sold everywhere.

S. A. Friedman
Wholesale Distributer.

Importe i


and Liquors.

The ;.wt~ Sr _2t o i f tbcb' A d
*ieekru d f.ce rto z~rat or.
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ofpre5 a bxdl';3. DIa ~E.




Still in Business I

Cor. Government and Barcelona Sts..
Special to The Journal. and is better prepared than ever
to repair safes, typewriters,
Millview. -ept. 19.-Fishing se.iums guns. pistols, locks, light ma-
. th, oni: thing doing in our lit chinery and bicycles.
,:, town. T'," mrll has not .been run- PHONE 203.
ning for several days and things seem
uay du. - -------- -
Mr. W. F. l.cwis returned d homne'
"'" Pensacola Dyeing, Clean-
Mr. C. 31 ] arkin returned to 31, -
Sa, F I ing and Pressing Club
A par;y of yo:;ng nen have gone
n e bay on r. hin trip. Tho i the place to send your clothes to be
S"e party are Malsrs Will Rchn Dyed, Cleaned. Pressed or Repaired.
1n '. .ca,. Walter Bhggs. An- They arc now in a position to handle
S a r HnWakex. rJohn Hn-our work more efficiently taan ever.
Mr Fetch, r qia'-ri.r Miss Lizz. R
I ;! M:.ss N nra Quarripr and ,Miss E. L. iEESE,
Vc zi gise t-njoy. d a ride last Sun-
.:ay it 'he a'.unh< --Tobe and ;lit Phone 675. Proprietor.
SagIn. No. 11 North Palafox Street.
Mr C M. Wheat caught a large,
:''- :n : is hen ho,:s la-r Satur-
N'Vr C M. \Viheat and 'amily hav
n.cv,-' ba;4k *< Mi'::viw an i re again
r!-nn:ng cthe -' > h''trt.
A nun b,." .'f y,-iur people spen'
',ls: Sunday a: Ratnsevy's bach.
W,' ar,,. lad to see by yesterday'-,ON
paper that cndit ions, in Penascola
seen,. 0to be :,n be)'r.

In'p sible t:- foresee? an accident.
No" ihnpossibli, to be prepared for it
!>r. Thomas' E r c :ric Oil. Monarcn
S ci r pain.

Ifw Om Wn E& tI. .uA. Z

Now Running in

Styles In Africa.
The women bore a hole in their top
lip and gradually Increase this until it
Is able to inclose a disk of wood two
and even three inches In diameter. A
Mubira woman came to call on us
whose disk measured two and pve-
eighths inches across. The size of the
wood inserted proclaims the rank of
the person. Peasants are only allowed
to wear pieces of stick of the same di-
mensions as a match.
The weight of the wood causes the
lip to fall down over the mouth, and
In order to eat It Is necessary to lift up
thfi shutter with one hand while the
other conveys the food to the mouth.
Frequently the lip breaks under the
strain put upon It, In which case the
disconnected ends are carried back and
tied to the ear.-"On the Borders of
Pygmy Land."
The Catamaran.
The catamaran, made of a hollowed
log. shares the popularity of the Mas-
soola boat with the fishermen of Ma-
dras. The rickety looking contrivance
can weather any storm in the skillful
native hands, and letters are sent by
this means to ships in the offing when
other communication with the shore is
impossible. The catamaran requires
steering with a paddle through the rag-
ing surf, and, though the boatman may
be frequently dashed out of the rude
skiff by the violence of the waves, he
leaps Into his frail bark again with the
efficiency of long practice, and the cata-
maran, flying over the crest of the
great billows which threaten Instant
destruction, accomplishes the perilous
voyage la safety.

A Hint For e Lovers.
Being "In love" is very different
from loving and may be only a selfish
emotion, which is the direct opposite
of loving. Being in love without lov-
ing is bondnge-sometimes pleasant
and sometimes painful, but always
bondage, says Leslie's Monthly. True
loving means freedom-freedom both
for ourselves and, as far as it is in our
power to give it, for all whom we love,
for when we truly love another human
being we love him for the sake of his
best strength, his best use and his best
happiness, and not at all for the sake
of ourselves.
Costly Cuars.
The Empress Catherine. noticing that
the beautiful Mile. Potocka, who had
lately come to court, had no pearls, im-
mediately commanded a fancy dress
ball, to which the girl was bidden to
come as a milkmaid. Then while Mile.
Potocka was dancing the empress slip-
ped a superb necklace of pearls into
the pail she carried and at her exclama-
tion of wonder said, "It is only the
milk which has curdled."
Syrney Smlth's Wit.
"By Jove," said a country squire wha
had got the worst of an argument with
Sydney Smith, "if I had a son who was
a donkey I'd make a parson of him
straight away!"
"Possibly," returned the wit, "but
your father was evidently of a different
Could Tell In a Meomet.
Mr. Munn E. Baggs-Now, then, you
know what kind of a house I want.
What will it cost to build it? Archl-
tect-Why-um-wbat was the amount
you originally Intended to put into the
building?-Chicago Tribune.
Jinks-What tender care your wife
takes of you-always worrying about
your health. Blinks--Yes; I have my
life Insured in favor of my sister.-
New York Weekly.
The truly sublime is always easy and
always natural.-Burke.
For forty years Dr. Powler's Ex-
tract of Wild Strawberry has been
curing summer complaint, Q.ysentery,
diarrhoea, bloody flux, pain in the
stomach, and It has never yet failed to
do everything claimed for it.


ACCOMPLISHING James Hughes Tesifims
Mr. James O. Hughes, Watchman Sioce 1861 at the QOla El-
vators In Milwaukee, Wis., Who Used Duffy's 20 Years, Heart-
EXCELLENT ily Recommends the Great Tonic as a Positive Preventive osr
a s Coughs and Colds.

I ----

done just now, the writer thinks that
the board of health should place tele-
Sphones at the various road crossings
I on the guard line so that residents of
' the country might use them to ad-
vantage to send in their orders for
groceries, etc., and to attend' to their
business in the city.
'JThe Sunday school services at the
Baptist church were good last Sun-
day and there was a large attendance.
Prayer service at the Methodist
church last &unday evening was con-
dustea by Rev. Powell.
The protracted meeting that was
to begin at the Bapist church next
Friday nrght has been postpohnd un-
t1l after frost on account of the fever
situ action.
Mr. &. W. Walther now has his shin-
gle mill in operation, and employs
several hands.
Two million Americans suffer the
torturing pangs of dyspepsia. No need
to. Burdock Bloo:> Bitters cures. At
any druggists store.
The "Tale of a Tab."
One cf the most ancient of all sea
"yarns" is one that ships have escaped
from the fearsome monsters of the
deep by throwing them a tub to divert
thelf attention, in much the same way
that a landsman might sacrifice a gar-
ment in order to escape a bull. In
Munster's "Cosmography," published
in 1544. there Is a picture of a vessel
escaping from a whale by this strata-
gem, while the earlier editions of
Swift's "Tale of a Tub" have a similar
one. These stories were usually told
in such an incoherent way that people
became skeptical of their truth, and
when a pleader named Tubb put ia
cause before Sir Thomas More in out-
rageously rambling language that chan-
cellor'jocularly remarked, "Here is a
tale of a tub." Thereafter the expres-
sion became part of the slang of the
period until much later It was raised
to a higher rank by becoming the title
of Swift's famous work.

er four will not. If you want to nna
out for yourself whether it is a good
bread flour, test It in the following
way: In the first place, see that it is
white with a faint yellow tinge. rThen
take some of it up In your hand and
press it; it will fall apart loosely, not
in lumps. Rub some of it between
your fingers; It will not feel entirely
smooth and powdery, but you will be
able faintly to distinguish the different

"* I am now in my 66th year,
hale and hearty, and I retarda ft
Pure flalt Whiskey as the one
family medicine." He writes
For more than twenty years I havey'ir
your great med i,:.ne for coughs and colds
and whenever my sytem- became run down.
I first became acquai n ted with Duffy's wen
good old Dr. Ma!one prescribed it for me
when I was threatened with pneumonia. I
amnowin tiiysixty-sixth ear,andalthough
I have betn exposed to all kindsof weather,
for I harv been a watchman at the panI
elevators here since 161. I am strong, bale
and hearty. I regard Duffy's Pure Mal'.
Whiskey as the one reliable family medi-
cine."-JAxas G. Hromus. 2&3 Walker L,
Milwaukee, Wis., May 6,190.

ufffs Pure

3M. JAMES G. HUGHES, Malt W iWskey
is an absolutely pure distillation of malt without fusel oil. It arrest the p rosrs of
physical decay, strengthens theheart and enriches the blood. Doctors say it is "a
form of food already digtested," as it agrees with the most delicate stomach.
It is recognized everywhere as tlhe unfailing cure for colds, bronchitis, eomumy
tion, nervousness, malaria, every form of stomach trouble, all diseases of the threat a
lungs, and all run-down and weakened con-
ditions of the body. It returns youthful
vigor to the old and maintains the strength
of the young. Duffy's Is prescribed by doc-
tors of all schools, is used in all the leading
hospitals, and is the only whiskey recog.
nized by the Government as a medicine. 3
BEWARE of dangerous Imitations and
substitutes. Unscrupulous dealers, mind-
ful of the excellence of this preparation,
will try to sell you cheap Imitations and
malt whiskey substitutes, which are put
on the market for profit only, and are
positively harmful. look for the trade.
mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label and
be certain the sea ever the cork is un-
broken. All druggists and grocers, or di-
rect, 01.00 a bottle. Medical booklet free.
Dufly Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. T,


Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railway Go.
Carrabolle, Tallahassee and Georgla Rallread So.
Schedule Taking Effect May 6. 1905.


No. 1






uetroitr Free tress.
Man and the Dog. The Highest Stairway. THE
We are alone, absolutely alone, on For the ascent of Mount Oml, on the
this chnnee pinnet, and amid all the borderland between western China anl SHORT LINE
forms of life that surround us not one, the Tibetan plateau, there is an artifi..to....
excepring the dog. has made an alliance cial staircase consisting of 20,000 steps
with us. A few creatures fear us, at in alirpery limestone. Wbo madie afonia and Nofrhwet
most are unaware of us and not one' th teps is largely a matter of nr- a U
loves us.-From a Maeterlink Essay. i raise but they were probably formed by Via
- --- - -- religious enthusiasts to provide a means C
of access from the hot plains, out of Chicago. Omaha. Sit lk is and Kansas
Wh whih the mountain mass r abrupt y the
Wnj Go to Town for ly to the heights. 5,00)) to 11,000 feet
above, among which the Budd'hist ab- Union Pacifil
bey of Omi embodies scme of the huoll-
G R O CE RI E SL est traditions of the religion professed can nneeions, with throughsi.eping
by-y Its inmates. Anybow, the staircase On way col)nist rates on sale from
I* s there, and by It many pilgrims attain ,,,,,mb(r 15h t') On*ohfr 31st, 1905
to thl shrine as well as the very few To Calfornia, Oregon, Washington,
We handle eVerything Europeans who have ever visited thi .MoN'ia. Utah, eic.
singular spot. Sp"cal round trip rates to CaIlfor.

in this line, including

Finest Florida Syrup


Sweet Potatoes.

Polite Clerks and Quick


C-ive Us a Trial.

East Hill Gro. Co.

Cor. Hayne and Gadsden Sts.,

PHONE 212.

CuE Dwttona,
"Your cuff buttons are not properly
worn," said a Jeweler to one of his cus-
tomers. "What's the matter with

nia an:l
tion at
timber 2
Ask f(
f, ...... f 4 n -

them? Haven't I got them In my icrai' in
cuffs 7" "Yes," replied the Jeweler. J
"but you are like a great many other
people; you are not a close observer. G. W. I
You have the little gold piece at one
end of each link placed so that In one -

the Lewis & Clark Exposw-
Portland, Oregon. until Sep.
)r throg h rate from your
and secTr,. literature. In.
n freely given.
General Ageat
13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, (a,
ELY, T. P. A.

cuff It Is toward your body and in the n ti Aml!m| S| a
other away from you. The small end W -- --a
of the link should in every case be ff Stu=* c
toward you. Yet nine men out of tn
pay no attention to this detail. The TEAC M E r TARPON
careful dresser never has the small W. G. BARROW, Master.
end of a link button on the far side CL PA t ANr
of the cuf."-Philadelphia Record. FRIREIGT-C HTG AND
Woolen and Worsted. -BatwlS.
If a piece of woolen cloth is exam- PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHM.
Lined through a microscope, the two COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. A*.
yarns-warp and weft-are found to DREWS, MILLVlLLE.
be so crossed and closely matted to-~And all points on St Andrews Bay
gether as to be Indistinguishable, but carrabe'le asd Apalehic~la.
In a piece of worsted material you can SCHlODULI
easily distinguish them. This is due; Leave Pensacola Suada"V 8:30 p
to the fact that woolen goods are made m,. for Mobile, Ala.
from short stapled carded wools, whose i Leave Pensacola, TM7 da., 8:30 p.
fibers In the proem of carding have i., for St. Andrews, MUllvle, Ap,.
been made to overlap each other so as lacicela, Carrabele and ntwfte dlae
to become closely matted or felted, For addlpoints i l fr on at ly
while worsted goods are made from J. F. SArUND a ,
long stapled wools that have been card- g. R. COBB, prS,
ed and then combed till the fibers lie Gen. Frt. and Pass. Ast.
as straight ad _parallel as possible. Pensacola, Fla





particles. Put a little of it between No. 3 No. 5 No.3
your teeth and chew; it will crunch a Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)... .12 20a i 7:50a.m ........ ........
little, and the taste will be sweet and Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45a.m 11:35a.m ........ ........
nntty without any acidity-that is, if It lv Cuthbert.. .. .... .... 7:.0a.m 4o:,5p.m ........ .......
is a good bread flour it will do all these Lv Arlington.. .... ...... 9:10a.m 5:15prn ........ ........
things. Lv Bainbridge.. .........11:00a.m 6:55p.m 6:20a m ........
A: Tallahassee.. .. ...... 12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05a m ......
Black Coal smoke. Lv Tallahassee (S. A. L. Ry) 1:53p m 4-0)a.:n ........ ........
There Is, it seems, a great deal more Ar Jack'ville. S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40)p.n 10: -,;.mI ........ ........
than carbon in black coal smoke. Pro- .v 'l'allaha-see. .. .. ..... 2:00p.m 8:0a iru s la m S: :>Ip .;F
fessor E. Knecht analyzed the soot Lv Socnoppy...... .. ..3:14p.ni 10:00a.m !:2'a.nm 9:56p.-r
from Manchester coal smoke, and at a Iv lanark........ .. 3-4.5p..n 10:l,. am lQ:07a.m 0::26p m
lecture in .London he exhibited the re- iv Carrabelle.. .. .. ...... 4:00op.m ........ 0: 15a.m 10:35p.m
suits of his analysis. Among them Ar Apa'achicola ... ...... 7:'Jp.m .. .. ..... .......
were snow white samples of ammo- Sunday Sunday
nium chloride, ammonium sulphate, Northbound on;y only
calcium sulphate and a beautifully No. 2 No. 33 No. 6 No. 4
crystallized paraffin hydrocarbon sim- Lv Apalachicola. .......... ;:a n ........ ... .... ........
liar in properties and composition to a Lv (arrael.e .... .. -r... .a.i 2 Thp In 6. 0p.m 4:3a in
substance present in beeswax. The Lv Lanark.. ........ ... 11:4 a : 2 2't ) *:45pm 4:4:,a.m
soot also contained 13 per cent of heavy Lv S)nchoppy.... .. .. ... .2 7,;p p .. p in" In-.a. :n
hydrocarbon oils. From some of the Ar Tallaha.o~-. .. ......... p. p 5" ,1 ...m :203.,
products Professor Knecht prepared a Lv .lackville S. A. L. R.y.).. .':5a.,i p : ........ ........
brown dyestuff which produced abso- AT Talla:astl.A.LRy).- :', p 1_ ....... ........
lutely fast shades on cotton. LvTalla has:e . .. . .... *. >P 2 pn .;;, a.:n 3 2,p.m " -a.ni
I.v Bainl'ril .'. .. .. . -: p. T : ;i ;n Ar 1,):'. pm 27a.mn
SA rlingK on.. . .........7:2:,p 1 1i' i : ........ I; 16a.m
Fir.t Grent Deprssilon. Lv t;h'nbcrt. C'. of ;a.Rv .. '4?.p a 11i: -.a m ........ Ar 11 : 3a.,a
"What, may I ask, was the keenest Lv Maecon (F'. o Ga. Ry.i.. 4:l'la.ri 4- .p.m ........ 4 3.a.rn
disappointment of your career?" asked Ar Atldnta, iC. of Ga. Hy .o. 7:3 a.m 7: 35p ........ 7 55a.-n
the anxious Interviewer. NOTICE::-Trains Ncs. 5 and 6 will depart from. and arrive at, foot
The grent financier stared coldly at of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
the Ink bottle. "It was when I was Tickets for Train 5. leaving Bainbridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
fu)ar years old, I think," he drawled, cn sale at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
.'when I woke up oe morning and *T-ain No. 6 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
found I woke balloon shrunken to one- W.M. LEGG R. C. SNIPES. E. 0. ALSTON.
found ty re balloon shrunken to one- General Manager. Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
fourth the sTze of the day before."- Tallahassee, Fla.


Leader in


Gang of Men at Work Spraying
Houses to Destroy the

Some excellent work is being ac-
complished by the force of men at
work spraying various houses in the
infected district, and if the men keep
up the present rate at which they are
working it will be only a question of
a short time before the city will be
covered by them.
The men who are in the employ of
the cky, are using the patent fire ex
tinguishers of the fire department.
Thete are filled with a fluid guaran-
teted to destroy mosq'i',os and other
insects. With these it requires only
a short timni to spray a residence and.
do it effectively.
Yesterday the force worked from
Tarragona and Alcaniz streets, spra'-;
ing all houses in the area bordterc
by these streets and Indentencia an 1
Romana streets. In additi.)n they :
ited the home of Dr. Balter and a:so!
visited th', placed where William F.
Fisher died.
The force is doing good work, and
Mayor Bliss, who is paying much at-
tention to the cleaning up that is now
going on, it well pleased.

An Easy Way to Test Flour.
Every housewife knows that some
flour will make good bread, while oth-











C. C.

Ysee a gee a so a a a









re 8- Palaroa t wreL. Pemwculs. WW


"'Ravit taken your wiuderfal "Casearet" for
threo months and b'-ti entirely cuaro of stomach
catarrh and dysrpsial.I think a word of praise is
due to"Casear-ts' fortheirwonderful enmtap"ition.
I have taken numeron* other so-called remedies
but without avail and I lInd that Cascarets relieve
mnre in a day than all the others I have take&
would in a year.
James McGune. M M reer St.. Jersey City, N. J.



The 7



rhree-Button Sack
A "::', s r'- r 'han the
':, : i an)d ,: a .d a

:ng!sh Sack
,.* l h n.an who 0
0 1 1 in C + o; 8 N iz r l' a ri, !--ac' h jm 1 ",- "
,,- i\"< ,P p ar w.:r

1< c1. to -

)ouble Breastea Sack
1'i.-k antl a,". :. > 0e.
',r and e'xi he.'a:L ablPut
ials .
I'";ne Fm4) ', an' r)iugh *
finish n-d rn.x- alirls .in 0
gra, and ti-'wn and th'-
t < f p,,pn.a: i'',.- a l *
)ia, k. a' w .-' -d.
$15.00 to $30.00. *

;odman. Geo. Araperger *



The lat i-ie of the Ft. P-er Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 59p
t r ,un. ,oaine it. .w re,' AlUAIIAL, TCE MI LLIM BOXES Charles Roberts, a painter an i
. :. -N .t f th" E ...A.adeT hoarder at the Commercial Hoe! cin
'.. pre-liminarv sirvx v in the E ast In'cn :-ncia street, was ,sttr
".-; project ti drain the verine ft Photograph (day arrest ed by the police and placed
la. LeI-n compact ,'1. ,ia Surv.yor J 1Inl I IlrLLL/ in a room in the third story of the
o, Fries i now euroute to Taliahas- E L G lleryii , o
St ent his rBe Re- ned About Oct. stbuding. A guard waplad over
rnoreB other meneero of theta pened u t thim to prevent him leaving it ,pld,.
ir'ernal improvement fund commisq- ..-._-__ Roberts had been sick and Dr. R n-
ioners. ql* s*,f ,I, siaw wis summoned. The case wai
Mr. Fries. in onipny with Jae B LDW I COURT re as a suspicions ol. anad i
Keer:. 1W. M MNier,-dith "Bud' Raw'-:
:n. Tom Le-e an Morgan Swain .wa ordered that the )as 'it rma t:
at. and Milledge Raulersta HOUSE MUDDLE
a a:.-::ats. and Mi'leige RaulersonL UUvL 1IUUULL in b( d. latcr it wa-s P:',)n :l', y<,',-
anrA \W:ll (Culb"oe as i nsters, left low fever.
Fo0- P'.-ce on August 1s, to coni- Instead of doing so Robhrts dr. -,J1
no it:. Ctis; work. go in from here to SHERIFF UNBOSOMS HIMSELF himself and proceeded dwn 'a
bit.- C.:'. ,*here ;h,.- crossed +he
I,ci. rive-r, and followed down REGARDING CONFLICT OF and it is said. out upfn thp stre.
:h;e nor:h fork until they reached This was learned within a few min-
\V.n-r" iC (ek. which is four miles AUTHORITY IN ALABA- ;es and the police were orie.-l1 to ar-.
f-.min S:uar:-on-.hc-Sz. Lucie. At this' r( st him. Roberts was lound in tih
noint 'he survey was -omimenced. arn MA COUNTY. hotel, an was taken to a room on ith
a.'. ii,. te:r'(i' lIn woe. here andl t ird floor and ordered to remlii'x:
L)., <)kti ,ti as thoroughly cov- th Iro. A guard was placed l'ier h
cit A The Mobile Register of yesterday t, see that lie did not a-.iin -,, hs
The survey was completed last Fri- says: room.
day. making a total of 22 days con- On the nay following Circuit Judg
suned in the work, which Mr Fries Browne's letter to Sheriff Armstrong
informed the Tribune was most di!- of Baldwin county. ordering him to P lRTI A I AY

icui. as the entire ground covered
was under water, and rain fell almost
o cry day.

M TER 'L Y TO l r Lake Okechobee was found to be
I K LY TOLD. quite high, and the water level is 21
feet above the water level in the St.
Lucle river, although at ordinary con-
lftfeen defendants 'were before Re- (ijicns the difference would be about
19 feet. The distance of the survey
eorderday onin. f municipal coumber frtm Winters' creek, or the St. Lu-
o live defendants were discharged. on-e, ce river to Lake Okeohnhee is 23 1-4
ive defenda fwerei id. wo darfendat miles. which with 19 feat fall allows
discharged. one given ih:rty dayvs and almost a foot to the mile, whical
6nfis imposed amounting to $21. would be most ample to successfully
drain the entire Everglades.
The coast .iiramer Tarpon. which Mi. Fries reports that starting from
met wi'h considerable trouble at Winters' crek, the land has a g-adual
Carrab lle and Apalachicola upon her ri.-- until the great Okechotlee flat'
last voyage to those places, reached. art. passed, when the country is
port 3est.-rday. going dir-ctly to quar- rather st-ep, reaching an altitude of
antine The ".essel will not oome to o\er 40 feet above the 9t. Lucie river
the city, but wil: remain there and ai the brow of Lake Okechobee.
he'r cargo will be ligherea over to While this survey is cnly a prelim-I
w.,r Shv will go only as far as Mill inar. one, much information of great.
ville and St. Andrews. value has been collected, which will
S P. K. Yonge left ye.;sorav at noon be used for future surveys, if deemed
A o a onge busing trip New Yorko necessary. an will be a deciding fac-
or. a short busin.-ss trip to New York' or in locating the canal.
He will rot.rn b1 th, way .ackson or in locate opiniohe canal.s wh hav
ville. attending a meeting of !rhe Stat.- I; s the opinion of those who have
Board of (7on:-ol to bi. h-eld in that assisted in this work that this is th
city on Octol-.r .!h. Should other nio'st practical route, as the fall is L.-
.e a turn o>r h, w-o:.e i th fever grater (han could be found at an:
uieation h tre wi;l e inhfvisev a* ,lher point, and as it is Governor
ritce. tand wi return by the ear:iet 1a l-oward's determined purpose to ac
:train. ompipsh the drainage, of this vas:
territory if it is found feasible, w"
Got bhe worth of your money De b, soon to record r he actual com-
anad B:ue Ribbon I.rnon and Vanilla r ncemen' of operations, which wil
ExractB- ant 'ou ce: the VBiST EVER -n: only be of lasting benefit to tile
,.AIE" t'ni r sta'e by the opening up of mil-
ions of fertile acres to cultivation, \
Love- -m ...-. cq,,,l,- TUn.-P 1. ibu: wil: be of even greater benefit to 1

Iote ir r

George McDonald Dead.
London. Sepi. 19.--Gorge MacIDn-'
Sid. the nove,!sT. is dead He waso
t-rn in Aberdee:;shire. Scci and, In

Should Convince Even the Most Skep-

tical of ltc Truth.
If there is the slighte-: doubt ill
tit, minds of any :ha' LDandruff germs,
do mOt exi-i, their bh&:of is .imcrjle',
bx' the fa-z -,'iv a raW 'innijo2ulat*
wiih the perais beean, ba.j in Isix
1: minu 11-- apparent to any person,
tt 'cfore Owirtr)!-'. -vent:41n of
ba":dne-r is::ht, do- r~in ..n of the
jr rv- Ah.( acP-* :~.sS;,, '1. a
rowpi-ihe itn oneip tini rc- Per cent
bro's Her;~llrd 0
itt~mdruf: ct:.. I" the sam.-
jzt-m'Allwi "' cans, ain sanii c

P-,r Sa', l1, A I)'nW.c
d lagirts- a%,, 'o 2 1 Soil*t
JWox .- ......

afDo You Read,

1040S Pa:. I ox St.A Ph.i
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our own section, and especially Stuart
our prosperous neighbor on the South,
which we hope to see a part of St.
Lucie county at no distant day.

PhwrteiJ I'rdemeus.
"Do you know." said a Sunday school
teacher, addressing a new pupil in the
Infant class, "that you have a soul?"
"Course I do," replied the little fel-
low. placing hla hand over his heart.
"I can feel It tlck."-Moberly (Net.)

weMoe ThSm She Thous t.
Aunt-But I thought you understood
that George is a poor young man when
you became engaged to him. Niece-
Of course I did. but I didn't Imagine It
went so far as his not being able to get
a new automobile till next season.-
Waltr'e (empeoetlon.
Little Walter was told to write a

-. V.I% I ,'-- l i&W iWr -'I
prepare for holding court at Daphne
in October, the sheriff was in MobileT THp fAIR
and would make no statement to th-i _* I I T H E l
newspapers except that he would
perform his duty under orders. How-
ever, in Montgomery 'Sheriff Arm- SEPTEMBER 30 WILL BE CELE-
strong unbosomed himself to the Ad-
vertiseh as follows: BRATED AS HOME CITY DAY
"The question is in a bad muddle
for this reason: The probate juntge AT LEWIS AND CLARK
has secured the advice of Hon. R. H EXPOSITION.
Clarke of Mobile in regard to whero S
the county courr should be held. Mr.
Clarke gave a written opinion in
which he said the county court should Portland, Ore., Sept. 19.--Prepara-
he held at Bay Minette and the circuit tions are being mad? by ih depar -
court also, until tie supreme court ment cf special events of 'he Lewvis
shall have decided otherwise. In view end Clark Exposition for th-, lin:-:
cf this decision of such a careful and celebration yet hell at the Fair, o:1
conscientious man as Probate Judge the occasionn of PIrtlan l D)a. Sa- -
J. H. H. Smith, on the aa'vice of such d a, September .30. It is xp te:
ar. able attorney as Mr. Clarke, I do that the attending on that 1 iy wilI
not see why I should take any action break all records, exce-,diin.v z '. .
In the matter, because if I move the 57.t70S admissions which were ri-- orl-
records off my office lo Daphne I could: ed by the turstiles on ,Js Fourtih o'
not attend county court. I would like! July. The date, Septepih>1r 30. is c'n-
tc- obey -both judges, but wh-en onei sid(red especially fortune',' foilowin.
Ordo-z pcor' In Dapinne an,! the other' immediai ly upon the c.'se. of fh,
in Bay Minette T cannot do so." Ftock show, which will be hcell fioni
Sheriff Armstrong said there were the 35th to the 29th inclnuive. so tha:
several 'barriers in the way of holding those who come to the. Fair espe:-al-
court in Daphne, the first of which: ly to see the hve stocTA exhibition
was that he did not have the custody may stay over to raridfipate in the -
of the county property at Daphine, it greatest day of the Fair.
having been place, In the custody of A majority of the stores of Port-
another party by an order of thecoun-I land and other business houses are
ty commissioners. Another drawback! expected to close, in order to give cl- wa
is that he nas no authority to contract ply.ees an opportunity to attend thie wh
to expend the money of the county for ceelbration, and all Portiand will turn sat
such purposes except on t.he order of out, swelling the crowd from Pacific shc
the county commissioners. He says Coast towns. The day of the home frif
he has written a letter to each of the city at an Exposition always has boon: shi
commissioners asking whai they in- its best day. At Chicago the eno-- the
tend to do in the premises. but has not mous attendance of 761,942 wai as
let received a reply from any of them. rolled up. At St. Louis it was 404.4.,) 1a
An interesting phase of the situation at Buffalo, 162.424. anl at Omaha, car
Is a contest for the office of coroner, 98,945. While each of these cities ex-
the two factions of the county believ- ceeds in population that of the Expo- ev
ng that if the sheriff Is disqualified sition city of 1905, it is predicted that car
the coroner would hold the balance of the attendance on Port*ind day w'i!l cal
power. reach 60,000, while some estimate s bro
For several years Ealdwin county een place It at 100,000. to


Ias been without a coroner. Racent-
ly E. Q. Norton, leader (f the Daphne
forces, applied to ioverior Jelks for
eppolntment to the place. The Bay
Minette people learned of this move on
the part of their Daphne frienao and
A. D. McPhall of Bay Minette was
groomed and sent out upon the tracks
to contest with Mr. Norton for the of
flee of coroner.
Governor .Telks effectually dispose-I
of the race for coroner of Baldwin by
announcing that he would not appoint
any one to the vacancy until the court
house matter was adj'its;ed finally.

composition containing the word "1el- A (rittlesm by Llast.
dom." This is what he handed up to A story of Liszt reciteq that on a
the teacher: certain occasion a Miss M. was play-
"My father owned some horses, but ing a sonata by Sterndale Bennett. a
last week hie seldom." work of a very prosy type and cer-
tainly lacking in anything like spon-
There are but few proverbial saying' taneity or poetry. Liszt was evident-
th.at re not true. for they are all ly not familiar with it. s. after play-
drawn from experience lsef. which Is ing some six or seven pages. he gently
the mother of all science. -Cervantes. tapped Miss M. on thM arm and said,
I "Mademoiselle, would you kindly name
i the piece you are performing?" "Cer-
**tainly, sir." she replied. "It is the
sonata 'The 'Maid 1f Orens.' by Wil-
0 liam Sterndale Bennett." "H'm.'" said
L-7A i1d A Liszt. "It's a pity the original manu-
SV .llFcript didn't meet the same fate as the
E VeningllIJ maid.."
Cromnwell End Chrtmao.,
cla:r is for. To stretch out in. Al During the commonwealth In Eng-
i+-s:red. ang'e and enjoy a good land. when puritanical feeling held
p p.r. L: i- show you some of sway, many determined efforts were
.. :r n han Carved oak made to put down what were termed
oeng. wonas quote prices superstitious festivals and among the-.e
that of Christmas day. The holly and
the mistletoe bough were to be cut up
root and branch as plants of the evil
-- one. Cakes and ale were held to be im-
SJJIN A e* pious offerings to superstition. Thus In
S147 the Cromwell party ordered
one 148. Pensacola, Fla. throughout the country by the mouth
0 of the common crier that Christmas
--M-_999.--~-6s. should no longer be observed.

Owing to the scarcity of collections
and the absence of Mr. Walker Ing-
raham from the city, It is necessary to
place the business on a cash basic.i
Monthly customers are hereby noti-
fled that money must he left at homo
to pay delivery man. or package wil
be brought back to laundry office.
5-ept 1w By H. J. Mackey.



(Continued from First Pa-e)
night no reply ha.d tn received I
Dr. Porter. It is po ti e that Sur-
geon Banks has rec-iv- l some woi 1
troin Washington, but if s.o he diil in)t
con:municated with the sTia:, heoa'h
officer. It is anti ipa:cet. howev, :-.
that the ramp will hb. ready vl r,-
celve rc-fugees during 'he :11ter ,'.r -
tion of the week. A't n:sent 15t p':--
sons have rezistere'd at the S'art
Board of Health healiuarers,. and as
the camp can only ae :p.nioia te on'
hundred, the fifty-six -;v l have (t
wait until the first one lhundrej haav
departed before they wi'i have an op-
portunity of entering the place.
A the fever seem.- to lhe dimini h-
inz. it is very possible that man- w.
:nl iI.led leIk-in si will remain h
and rbe camp will not .e so crowd I1
as expected.



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Benhow and Hil Meuamate. |
Vlonl the brave Admiral Benbow
s a common sailor his messmate,
o was stationed with him nat the
me gun, lost his leg by a cannon
>t. The poor fellow called to his
end Benbow, who took himn upon his
'ulder and descended with him to
cockpit. but it happened that just
the poor fellow's head came upon
level with the deck another ball
tried that off also. Benbow, how-
,r, knew nothing of the matter and
ried the body down to the surgeon,
ling out to the latter that he had
aught a patient, desiring some one
bear a hand. The surgeon turned
'ut and exclaimed:
Why. what do you do here with a
n who has lost his head?"
Lost his hend'" says Benbow. "A
ng scoundrel' He told me it was
leg., but I never believed what he
d in my life without being sorry for
afterward "
Malay Literature.
lie Malay tribes possess but little in
way of literature, the greater part.
Stliat of Java, consistiin of ro-
ini,-s known under the Sanskrit
ne of 'clieritrn." or the Arabic one
lhiklyat." Their subjects are tak-n
a the HIindoo epics, from the local
minds of Java. from the Mohammedan
.s from Arabia and from the stories
inlny princes, hardly less fahulons.
hi c.fi:positions differ from th,'se of
J::vianese in that the greater num.
of thonim re in prose. The Malays
p;osesc-I of no ancient manu-
-ts- or inscriptions on stone or
ss. Their whole literature, all in
Arable chara;-ter. is certainly not
zre:iter antiquity than their conver-
to the MohIammedai religion, the
lest recordedr specimen of it hiein
vocabul-irv of the Italian PI.z:i-
a, collected in the Moltccas in 1.,21.

No Chance For Attachment.
Excessive hbashf.lress is no joke to
th" ie'rsiIn who' suffers from it. Such a
nersin was Jarred Philpot. Half n
.!o-'en times ir, his life l,, bhad wanted
to marry some;nlody. lh't could never
sun nont" the courag- to say so. and he
hild le'c'nde a m'bidle "igedi bnheolor
nl "T'-:le .Tar-il" to :a large collection
nof i.-'os and nephews. "T'ncle," one
of ih-,e youthful relatives asked him
ene day. "how does it hnnapn that you
have never t:iken a 'rit. unto your-
self'" "What would be the use, -
child,' sighed 'nncle Jared. "I haven't -
any backbone."






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Chas. Roberts, Who Was IIll with
Yellow Fever, Left House
Against Orders.

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l^ZIPS N *g*S H%###H40g#0!#W S 4948%##lh9^^#JMe# and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood
Aft- Anopheles. within three to five das after )
W C OONT HUNT RABBITS TALES OF THE ROAD. 5. A period, varying from two to five days. usually elapsed
; = WIT" BATTLESHIPS- of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever
g-----.g ,. b gggg.g.;gggg.g# .x-i:_ .l.<#.4 p:# the human subject. (This is the incubation period of .yeeow
Nor attack forts with pistols- United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found thar in
I ,l o~ f^M el- ^ ^ aiifc rtT Anot because we could not kill Because of the Interest and inquiry of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosque
W y *f t* COMPLAINT A^OUT GAS LIGHTS. rabbts with a 12-Inch gun, for aroused by the publication, In The from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hotrs, after i
S0 Editor Pensacola Journal we could; and not because we Saturday Evening Post. of the earlier 6. From the above, we gather that if an au:: Stegcmyla
Sd -den't la Journal: CI could not take a fort with pis- chapters of "Tales of the Road," a yellow fver patient within the first three days of the daeas
-Why don't our Cty fathers see tha*t ols. for that is conceivabh:- Charles N. Crewdson, the author, re- to incubate the poison in its body from twelve o eighteen da
the Gas Company lives up to its con- 4 but cause we try to fit our -' ceived from a certain literary editor period in the mosquito" then. if it biies a susceptib'. per-on
Te JOURNAL M A tract with the city, in regard to main- means to our purposes-and in a note the substance of which was te tion of this time. two to five days :-.-: claps,, for *he disease
--- training the street lamps. these stances we would have question: "Who are you. anyhow?" self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestinating the proba
'_ ..... As a few samples of the condition #.. rather conspicuous misfits. :- Here is the answer which he receiv- yellow fever from a single individual ,o the susceptible persons
AKt L A T- fiM- ames Xmw|-- the lamps are kept in, I will cite the, In advertising we don't use a ed: menr. a period of at least twety-s!x days must be allowed to
S k M Cfollowi fsng: a a page of space to secure a fur- d As a small boy I ran wilps among the ',ho s'fccess or fa' ure of any preveraive meas rgres, dare:'J to
iBU .,A S ,,T, PP ; ICorner of East Jackson and DavisI.` nished room-nor an inch of # paw paw patches and the dog-wood truction of the mo-qui:,. can l, determined. In view of the fa
Sup I- Sstreets, (or 5th Ave.) mantle almost;%, space to fill a store with cus- blossoms of Kentucky, my native ,ays may e"apse before a nmotsqu infec'e, froem tfe first ca
---- , !gone and very poor light. i.1' tomers-not because the page state. Like every nsmail boy, wenr -nscpill, rprson t,.'s period of ob-rvatnn .hould be length
"--- ve.,ATum'Corner of East Jackson and 8gth a-,. would not secure a furnish- fishing and fell in th.?e creek. \'as dayis. \hiih is the i.mn, Lven ., ;he health authorities of New
....... ----' Ae., mantle all -wti goney l mp burningg ed room, for it would; and not captain of the third nine. A travan- presnt (pidemie. to dcterm nc if a foius will develop from ar
TI T ... eoo. .. 2 r^ o1 ... ...without giving any light. X. because an inch of space could n ing man friend to-k me, at the age of after its first appearance in a civ.n '!cality.
f-To ..... |.-**- O-e \---..S w .... Ae.; Corner of East Jackson and 9thpf, not draw a store full of custom elo 15, from picking worms off of toba,, 7. The Stegom)a Fasiata cnn,, convey yellow fever d
"" "* t; mantle almost ,e and po # *ers, for that is conceivab'e-if * plants, and carried mf rt the ci'y-S'. "bat the poison is i-n'u:inz in a's b.,dy (twelve or,, .i-hte..n
*" | BWeekly"Ed .W O light.. 1 we offered goldeplec.?s to all Luiuis-ani gct me a jobl as a s ock bi-'e freely an 1 ,-peat:v ,,rin:: :his period, but ts bite is inno
WeM R k ,o at fl N And the same condition exist s in al -'. comers: but because we try to , 1o.. does its te within *hii, ;. r o< confer any immunity t, *he iit'
most any part of the city out-ide of use pubHieity in a rational way. Worked for a whol-,-a.? house- f,)r Yellow fever ;^ 111 r:an-:ni;(.,. or conveed by fomit,-
the business district. A merchant would not exoo:-t $">').0 a mnonth-not ,. 'o) a wke;<' or ina:ninmiae objt's that ;',.a cme in contact' with yellow fe
y" p m i aO EWS PAPER1 FROM WHICH A DOTAI Yours respectfully, to Ifase or build a big store Pai I t$4.50 a w ert for barl and 1) their immediate surrund nzs ) Hence the disinfection of loe
61$CUL.ATIOM STAlT gNT CAN E SECURED. G. A. DAHLSTROM. 'ou blliing as cheaply as a small -'r- cents for washing. T;ie rvs I spent. ,r merchandise supposeily so,:ed or cont aminated by conTact
Sone0 ; but it sometimes happens From that day to this I've ho,,l m:y v.ith the sick, is unnt'c.-ary.
a *M It *- -_ .__ E ENDORSE MAYOR BLISS. i that hle imagines he can keep own row without hotel p. The bodies o c:-ad-.(>a of the dead from y!low fever ar
m M m Gov Bt St1t. Editor Pensaola Journal the big store full of buyers with For three years I .-ive l and !alf ranm;i:ing the dl.,a.- un,.-s death occurs within the first
OM No . I not an article in tis morning's the same expenditure for pz:b- s:a.'v.l on a sock ho,' salary. Or, ,, (itase la rare occurrence. ; and then only it mosquitoes
i ,...ssue of the Journal stating thaot athe '. l* .ity as he would make for the . day tht Old Man gave :'e a job on te bith the boedy before (efh 'osion has set in.
Av -I bulletins posted daily arT not author-, slmailer store. Notody knows ; road in a territory in which five men. T). There is no prssib!itty of eontractin yellow fever ff
PI ACMOLA FLA., WEDN ESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20, 1905. ized by the State Board of loaltht ust why the merchant is ever in t. ive years, had fallen do- ,, evacuaons, or o r xcrons f low fver patient
do no, co ne offi c l.se w ith t s aelrch an t i n eomStatea ta,< owa i"..ev
Sn o. ofa l ferm thSte Seized with this aberraion- i.aps th job was giivn mj to kil i An a;a< k of yellow frv- caused, as it always is. by
-BoardFbt seemed possible for Ot to tucce. rnh t i rhos n I" thnl ass he quickly thr,)ws t 'I m(- ,f. IfS" 1 won oW'. At the nd .Ji ,,,gvmyva, confers immnity against sub-equent attacks of tn
NwtRuJerv e tsemd osil frtm steebearing his signatures. B3 the nutn-: off :i~cfinds himsclf "rasing he 't hil,, lt year ,!1(-.V wa'n-l to fire tie. "
STh r True Democrat lent its hearty b peoledi rdi t bu c finds htmshf p lta.ing h.e b I ,t myear su' supigr the time while such effort an d a t pop T ith the sheriff holuin.ig n Ib ,Ifl my se: Iec for 1hl fo raa:
Shoul Bc Provied- lein an looin foi th aper the^^^ wa^tch. hrf uli^^ dI -' t^: -ros0 h rie
YcTsterday morning The Journal was bin made, and as one of the re- of Pensacola warmly n .dors( Mayor lo fill a big store very bus- T sla idd le. wst for h: iy ar. NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPO
ub *of tho canva for subscriptlonalBis' ffrstapt1 lr Lf ne'sbcany, with buyers is h yslr :e igre ty r
,p.:i-hed a clippng fram the Mobile, ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ --- ; --- e them:;^ ^ ^ fl^ ^'?^ L~ ^ ^ ; .y NPE NTETET T0 EL FV
ubu:ithed a clipping from the Mobile ] oft;he fa ecamnvaiparent t-at there Blisss efforts to put bcore die them- same problem as thatoff illing At th. (d I ta] of t, :, w.xich ,a NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER,.
Register in which Dr. Guiteras, the wddpret fling of re- day yday theconditaion of hetoawn t the little store or the any-s.ze- ,he :ar ,)f thile Worl Fair i Chi SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
Regstr i wtic D. Gitras te xi.-'1od a widiv-spread feeling of re- In regard to the prevailing fever, anid store- the solution, In my case -,Yicago. I canie to the t',t by t: k
yellow fever expert, was quoted as sentiment against the Legislature forI sincerely trust that Mayor Bliss will beireg the solute (sufficient) case ndao, I camw the red rto h ,y by t*
sa -mng hat a city might be acropul- injecting into the law a mean, little continue to issue hem I for one be in c "ady eq" atn (sufficient) and saw une red rof rr. l i. :s fcy N nursIe len )h consoroe, as train ed in u ieun, manage
uly clear and still have fever in its --and apparently malicioM-us-proviso would ive as much credence to a, n pstor" and incidentally, :university. A friend (of un. y av. r in th' lil" anf n s.p-,dn. taeW dsknowedase unless shemte
to the effect that no portion of the' na 4 no store ever had this-and I shall ever hold close tr my h art. .arnes*Iy. and conscis'non';v. that the disease is transmitted
lidst. and. conversely, t might be appropriation should be e bulletin bearing Mr. Bliss' signatu- charm of store-keeping is partly i-r advised me to go th.,re. I w"n, !I1u'1 quitos., and that !; :s !.,:" :.v to p,.vent the admission of th
very dirty so long as he dirt did not opened for any purpose until a site Ltr's and i do o ti e la in t :.? fact that no one has yet -- to do this I had to throw away a the sick room and to dest:oy them promptly if they should
take the form of stagnant pools or should have been "donated." in wous s roe oiny reader se:- sounded its possibilities-as no large business, which then. at the therein.
similar mosquito breeding places and It was apparent that ine sum appro- vic e o r bring more assurance to our store has ben advertised as ful- age of 23 or 24. paid me a handsome 2. That as the Inseparable attendant at the bedside of th
imir osito rig e printed was abundantly ample to e, r i of a fae o r y and persistently and aggres. salary. In order that I might go to ust cooperate with the physician in the discharge of his func
still not develop yellow lever. and build- people than that of the fIormer. Let sivcly and enthusiastically as it t:- t':) university, I cut domvn my salary dian of the public health. The trained nurse In this capacity be
Thi being the case The Journal covering, a s well as its furnishingte and buit Pl-ort's etin n e le fr have been to 100000 a y euh to me t effluent and important sanitary agent ihear preventifromMayorBlissdaily
This being the case, The Journal Ing, as Delr. migfunihinhadvte...,e.... z,- to $1,000.00 a year, enough to gft me
wluItfunsiganit Porter's 'bulletin can come less fire-1 -" ,M-wuily the moticietadipratsntr gni rvni
de:-res to offer a suggestion as to tie was almost inconceivable that the, thnt to roughh school. Th? 01t Man wti to yellow fever in infected localities. Upond her Intelligent af
use of a part of the $5.000.00 clean-up Legislature should have really Intend- quent in order or i t impo not give me a contract for longer the Mode of transmission of this disease, her psonal safety
Sed to expend such a sum in the erec- we would have been i than one year, becausee he said "ooki non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire
fund which is now being raised. hion and furnishing of a building noran so we would ave been ig- WWW-# and business do not go together," the patio (especially if these are not immune) largely I
It should be employed at oance in tione. But the trmsng of thea building norant o con ons. and added that I would fall down. I depends.
I soudb epoy4a oe n lne u tetrm f h roioYours trulyh"YMKIGINTE o.I ae i "ey nh"fm
the importation of not iess than four were explicit, and the committee earn. AtIu HAY MAKING IN THE i did n. I gave up eery inch of my 3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malnan
trained yellow fever nurses and they estly and honestly tried to raise a suft. STATE OF FLORIDA ;,old territory--one of the reasons be- pati e innocuous and absolutely harmle to even the mosn
.-k. ,. in~~~~~~~~~~~Lg that. I sold good,; for the markedpt(,(!.nouusada~, ltl arls oevntem
should be kept here on pay until the ficient fund but was unable to do so ^-..9.Y. #4 -Starke Telegraph price to customers who place.,cti- I non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent
e h been because those who might have beta Stake Telegraph. price to customer who place nu nsitoe to the patient's erson
last vewtige of the ever has been otherwise expected to contribute were -d NEWS AND VIEWS ence in m, and sold them at lower 1 4 osquitoe creates rdoo personal contact and intercou
eradicated from the city. in,.ensed at the le-gislative "hold-up." : A S E PAPERS. i *W -, figures to others who did not follow fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the we
IL is not likely that the fever will This is the true story of the failure FROM STATE PAPE --- that plan. I felt like a thif. room and provided the inoculation of mosquitoes, bitin
Ishateplrue storytofitheafailure
4: "I ~ ~~ ~~~If thn qt atIstics of thCe hay shippe d In m y new territory I succe edo d III room an( r v d d t e i n c l t o f m s u t e b l i
spread again or that we shall have any on the part of the people of Tallaha- i^g,-, .4f4f^ ,^ ,-,,-,. i I, inth F tarida oh year shud pe ovn my gew ater"me rur" thanueerdd heduring the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prever
considerable number of new cases, e to "donate," on compulsion, a s!te t ra each year could be n greater measure than I er i 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not atisfactortly acco
considerable number of new casesfor a overnor's mansion, and the seeds o Advertising. gathered the total would be surpris- bUfore, at the sam ntime caring, si
but whether it does or not we should Tru. Democrat after the effort t Advertising. nig, yet it is possible fer all this to on full work in the University. Two atientufferg from an kn n locaitleinfec
lbe fortifed in advance, raise the fund had been abandoned When yeoll sow the -s of adver- be saved to the state if all our farm- of my good friends asked me, in fver, whi fevers oven no t llowe to b te
A ever one ai all familiar with avr his explanation of the result- isow them properly--in th.e f(i- ers would do their be. As an evi- 1S95, to take a trip wtip wh them to Eu- even if th eve i o no tt to the e it
the subject t knows. the result of re:.- an explanation which bthe Miami Me- tilesoil of good nediums-lwhere the derc( of what is possie to do her. rpe. ond adventure. I joined anh evden of n oect, ive ho e c, ofm qito st
~~~~~%Im Nc:rain of ,,Ood clretulatioln will reach read the account of onoamr ermytofied6.di oF oud N(eiec fnget fh hoseiecso oqios
htropoli must have overlookedorafort.'farm arlvtoefren nnropafoundained yellow fever nu
low icver depends wore on the proper: gotr-n them. Keep out the w eis-the bad C1,i; ^` eN as written to the Riural New I my soul's awa ng. The $500.0 hth weaonw h
r hfd fnth' r arn ir g e 1i i. 1 has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons whic
nur.sing of thl patient; :lan anything The question. Who caused that ris- cus. t unnyes, e r arrange rer: snt :n that four-month a rip wa experience have given her to effectively proec her non-infecte
else. Thai bt .:ng the case no life < hivous prov.so to be injected intoments Ten if tey plenty of the In answer to y our remark that the $50100 I ever investe. On expernc hae enet upon her knowledge and exert
houd be lost for lack of the best te law, and why? is another story,' sun of publicity you will harvest a an. people in the North think h bicycle we hiked it across German r ec
hould lost foof the be.t t explanation of which In whue? is aohr 1 crop of do;ars so b17, !haynnol be e in be grown in Frida,down e Rhine country, thros:h 7h, The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse l
nursing that money can procure, ro n pe vl a d dssined a truck to tran.ho-rt you profit. lk( to say that It cer"inlv can, an t Swietznerand and into .. S, v.-al rotectirher patients ae:
matter what may be the financial con self. to the bank.-Miami Me-uropolis. a about one half the expense that it tmcs since I have visited the old
edition of the patient or his family. P* * costs in the North. A one-acre piot world-in 1899 going a. far as E.ypt (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patie
Where a parent is unable to pay ome sections of the country com- The Prohibition Fight. in my orchard yielded two tons of as and taking with mne a young wif(. As 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough t
The prohibition fight in several fine hay as I ever saw at the first the years have passed a small boy passage of mosquitoes.
fo anireon b(u' b roiddplain of an increase in the price of!Th p2.biioM.gh
for~~- exn-rseone i u dobe roeided
for a nurse, one shou.J be pairn of an increase In the price of Florida counties is no,.v waxing ex-. cutting one season. The hay was na- and a baby sih-er have come to us. 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any
free; where a patient can pay for aoil shortly after John D. Rockefeller! ceedingly warm and the Ocala Ban- tive crab grass and Mexican clover, Abroad I sw many this of inter- patient's body is in contract with the netting
ur'se. then one should be on hand blowed himself for that new wig. ner says it looks as if Florida will hoth of which are spontaneous in this vst that I bean to write about th(:n 3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that the-
read. for service s-houd her services soon be as "dry as a tin box." We, soil, and come on and make a crop -and before I raliz .1 it I was con- places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found-a lod
Secretary Taft says the Japanese most respectfully beg to ask how dry of hay after corn is laid by. or oat.i iributing to a goodly number of Imet- Thi e netting should be well tucked in to keep the mo
e required are friendly toward Americans. May is a tin box?-Tampa Herald. harvested, or in the melon patch, po- ropolitan newspapers throughout the entering.
Four nurs, a $2-.,.00 a week apice- be the champion heavy-weight of theI * tato field, etc., and this without effort United States. For a h-ile I he!o1 the 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should
Void be (1,l.o0 a week and for five : Amazing Stupidity. on the part of the farmer. The giant notion that a business mar was a lit- side, not merely driven or shaken out.
w(s they w)ui cost $500.00-on!y administration had 'em bluffed. The marine medical board should I leggar-weed is also selfseeding, and tl kd d.wn upon. Therefore 6 All cases of fever should be promptly reported to t
ten per cent of te fund which is b(- The Atlanta Spirit" is being her-, study the map of Florida. It recent- makes a fine qualityof ha. equal to cured a li cense to p practice aw; bu awaiting his arrival the should b covered with a mosquito bar.
iv refused to let a young midchip. bo bt ca I hebha,- when I tok a sharp look at young tcuiary Important in dealing with mild fevers, especially
Ing raised T hat percent of th, alded far and wide. It will make a Oala because of the outbr farm is usually grown and harvested lawyerss I met I saw ubat many of then, children in localities iablc to infection with yellow fever. The
money c.:d nar. we believe, be oIt man do almost anything If he absorbs of yellow fever at Pensaola. yet pr-i after the regular crops have been wore trousers with bottoms frayed, iests itself in such a mild form in Infantile and early childh
to any ;,,tter use, and The Journal;enough of it mitted him to visit Troy, Ala. mnior:'taken off the land, and is that much while travel-ing m:,u always wore.good likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness
extra that Northern farmers do not clothes So I have stuck to the roa,, toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosqultoe<
h ggests that the committee having; than two hundred and fyee see in wd y otingaan hB de ndlin i.'sre months either in spread the disease without, io'estatio. The mild or unrecogniz
1he expendiure of <,h money In haand. Radium is sai to e speecfe for nearer t;he plce ^.f :;fee0ion eTh r esnt a er ti o.tel or w-isgressosn,;0 the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of
prred at once to procure not less u"nacy, bt only lunatics of the i amazin--0ala Basiner ble to grow three and even four crops The "Talcs of the Readd" have been (B) Screens.
Than four trained nurses as a reserve Rockefeller class can afford the reme- a on the same land in one year. By more or less an accident. To be sure, All openings leading to the sick chamber should be scree
(orer< to be used as needed dy. Uncle Joe Will Be It feeding green we can make six and for seventeen y ars I jotted down of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provig
T 0y sinc h balas ne o he. Uncle Joe h> aBme .1 t htPre-s. even cuttings of pearl millet the every striking business experience, can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked
Then by usin- the balance of the Bf d. Unct Joe has anmitnc1 that Preig most productive forage I know, but it T"e springing of these was acciden- secured to tha openings of the sick room.
clean-up fund on such public places od fever in Nw York dent Roo eet is now in the limel is not satisfactory for curing. Last tal. One day. in conversation with (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
a require it and by forcing the own- p w is bettr but with a merry twinkle in his eye. year I took two tons of cured cow pea an 'editor friend. I chance' to relate Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (insect powder
ro prequie p. an by f cle n than being chased by a mob in Tokio. says Just wait until he iits tke Gavel ha" from an acre at one cutting, and .,me of my business experience, i possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth
er of pr'yate property to clean up, In the Speaker s Chair in the House my land is no better than the aver- "That's just the stuff The ..aturday Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way, and if used in pr,
their premises. *he city ought to be, of Representative in a month or two. age. In fact, it is one the first pieces Evening Post is looking for. said he.j will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average
in prety good shape for anything inT JO URWn Pl 8 Our- -Crawfordville Breeze. in cultivation here. and when Inside of 4S hours I was writing thep cient if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of sul
the fever line that the future may de- * bought it six years ago it would only first chapIer of "Tales of the Road." cubic feet of'space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and
,.o p lee Asagst f9S 5, a A Public Spirited Citizen. make six or eight bushels of corn to There if you wish to know, I have inecct powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the mos
9 If there is one thing to be admired the acre." oold you all about myself, mosquitoes will fall to th floor and should be collected and
Tote Of more than another for public benefit hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient In ordinary
it is the generous citizen who strives fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammoi
A nlght rainbow was witnessed at[ to build up his home town and to TH E I A OF about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
Valdosta. Ga.. a few cvenlngse since.I 1 / O O 1 i benefit humanity thereby. There 's a T T1 AN S I S I O1 The fumigation should be done in the morning, so that the
Georgia moonshine is re.ponsible fori noble example of this type of man at free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry wea
man, freaks. I ^^ M. AV^V^K^ Tonawanda, N. Y. It i*s Dr. Henrlch YELLO W Fr w VE AN rver the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoin
m freaks. C. Leonhardt, who recently supplied YE LLO W Fr VER AN D occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and
aMa~amws almost the whole city ,>f Tonawanda the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred

meal, and. llke
3 after the bWto
will develop In
ever, and the
thirteen caca
aroes It varied
Fasciarsa btes
e. It will have
ys (IncubWa'on
at the expir-
?o manifest i!-
able spread of
in his environ.
elapse before
wards the dos-
ct that several
Le may bite I
owned to thirty
Orleans in the
I infected case
during the time
.days).. It ma..
e!eoiiK: neither
- 'i person.
4 it. e. art!cles
ver patients or
trhing. bedling
Sor proximity

re incapable of
three days of
are allowed to
rom the blacic
the b!ie of the
he disease.


nent of yellow
realizes fully,
solely by mo9-
itse insects to
ind their way

he patient sha
tonss as giar-
coming direct-
ng the spread
appreciation of
( if she is aa
household of
r not entirely,,

t yellow fever
)st susceptible
the access of
se may thore-
!1 in the sickt
g the patient
amplished If a
d with yellow
a mosquito,
Share annoying
e looked upon
rse unless shei
h science and
1 patients and
ions for safety
must learn to

nt In His Bed.
o prevent the
Y part of the
e are no torn
zing Inside.
squitoes from
I be killed In.
he physician*;
This is par-
i infants an4
disease man-
eod, that It is
of the symp"
s are able to
ed cases are,

ned. Outside
lonal screens
or otherwise

r) to destroy
day of fever.
oper quantity
room is 9if1-
phur to 1,000
one pound of
quitoes. The
burnt. Two
cases. Tho
nia sprtidld4
room win be
their. When-
sing the one
ptepred for
to the d'asm-

,UR e*;- with young trees. He bought thou- lfected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
Selection of a Site for sands of young elm, maple and chest- I O W TO N U SE IT The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well
nut trees, had them shipped to Ton- H T N U N' IT is now conducted by the Health Authroties, immediately after n
the Govrnor's M sion, w ea a &wet awanda and stored in a nursery there. I the attending physician. But in isolated localities or when de;
Then he announced that all who ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse mu
The d.elay :n the section of a site would might have trees by applying At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12. 1905. members of the household in applying the prescribed regulations
for the Governr1's Mansion at Talla- 9 1 at the nursery. The effect was won. Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibWli. Additional precautons in sulphur fumigation., commended b
oaree has inspire' con-iderab'e can- dcrful. Streets that never would have ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care AuthoCrities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during
$- corn ent b'< ;o ,tate press dur- AIL had trees were soon filled with flour- of yellow fever patients, in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge ct epidemic:
Sl press ur- Ishing young saplings that in twenty the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito." I Remo.e all ornaments of metal, such as bras, copper, ?il
IDg t, .e '\v w .i'-nhs, one (f th- years will be priceless-- superb mon- A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever from the room that is to be fumigated. All o;j.-', f a met
zoos* pk:i-.\. ;::i, ,s appearing in a! The following figures show The Pen., ument to one man.-Jacksonville Me- prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, which cannot be removed, can be protcted by ,.ering the ob
reccn: i<;:t < r :*e Milmi Metroptlis! sacola Journal's circulation for each tropolis. which he had utilized In his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pi!ub- with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a br
Th ,:rp< day urin the month of August 1 * lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: Remove from the room to be fumigated al fabric materi
Th -,ol,, s day during the month of August, 190,p Returned to Florida. O AINA VAU roughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and
Ifnt it a fa-c ,:-i ; a sie fr th,' with the average number of copies It is understood that S. A. McBride ELEMENTARY FACTS O The room should be clo and made as :ght as possible by
Goor::,c s ;a >', a' Ta'.:ahas ', daily: and Edward Fitzgerald, both recent : 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an adute, infectious, febrile diFets?' openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near
wo'.: ;:3 b, : *,d some ,me August 1 4,350 August 16 4,800 of the Bartow Courier-Informant, have which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through th" doors.
at' u: : .r ,-n ,, OfI 'atae Ciy, ew-- August 2 4,400 August 17 4,800 returned to Llorida from Columbus, agency of mosquitoes: and, as far as known, by the single species, the Ste-:- Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old news
tae- oa ;'l -, capital Ciy, wh. August 3 4,335 August 18 4.800 Miss. These gentlemen went there a omyla Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mos.quiito of New them with a paste made of flour.
natve arn \;.. ,. ,..,s of tweit h ,- August 4400 Augt 19 4,'00 short time ago and embarked in! Orleans. and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot. flat skillet pr
Ingso. an e\ : :::i .cpire wit _,h August 5 4.350 August 20 5,250 business, publishing a daily afternoon 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists if the b!o0d this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle
oite P: .:;i., n.: .t ri profile att.h August 6 5,000 August 21 paper, but owing to the yellow feverI of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; aft-r- an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precauion which must
saw,. I; 1 a :..i, :,! a(,faTci that August ..... August 22. 4800 conditions in that section of the cosn- wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over an
som of n: (f Taahassee ugut 8 4,500 August 23 4,800 try they became dissatisfied w!th their importance of recording the very bour when the atia.k first began. the house.
a' o(L:":r ;' :. *ffr 'lt : B'h mae'er August 9 4.500 August 24 4,650 business prospects and closed down 3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasciata) is powerless to convey the di;- The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it an
a e (U't ;I dn reAn they can in August 10 4,500 August 25 4,800 the paper before their losses reached ease to a susceptible person by its.bite until at least twelve days have elapsed The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and the
toa quet. ; t.' ,: he cre",- August 11 4.625 August 26 4,800 any considerable sum. It is under- after biting the yellow fever patient. This period of incubation in the mot-; and well ventilated.
tion of s : :i" T,, .e dl'ay in Augus t 12 4,625 August 27 5200' stood that there is a probability tat quito is the time that is required for the germ of "he disease to breed in the NOTE-To find the cubl -ontents of the room. multiply ti
r.*.;; w""... : "ind c.-'- (:e ote ,August 13 5.000 August 28 Mr. Fitzgerald will assume the man- body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its sali*ar-v th, room by the width, and this trial by the height, and to find
ct on.. <,, AuThe other <. August 14 ..... August 29 4,86 B agement of the Arcadia News. He is glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900. of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic con
the- August 15 4,600 August 30 4,800 one of the brightest and best news- that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months, and the result will be the amount of sulphur r-quired in pounds
The Ta '..';assoe Tru: DeIrocrat. re- August 31 5,000 paper men in Florida and there is to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season. Take. for example, a ro<;m 15 feet long. T f.et wide and 10 f
pl3 .n_ :.' ,'. 'v,1 n-k < th, fo:o%- Total for the month...... 127,335 every reason to believe that should het 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the perrl)o would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1.500 cubic feet. Divide this by
In" df,:sk of !,' o- ,'.'c of the Ca-- Average per day.. ...... 4,716 locate in Arcadia he will soon bring above specified, the Stegomyia Is ready to transmit the disease du:ing the will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pl:ind".
t !. the News up to a high state of excel- entire period of its natural life. which may extend over 154 (days, provided the _
Ita C: I I hereby certify that tha above state, lence as he knows nothing else. Mr. Insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculare -......... .
The True Democrat. desiring to! ent Is correct according to the ree. McBrlde is also again the state, al- yellow fever with a Stegomyia Afty-seven days old. Guiteras with another L r de ive
place The peopl of Tallahassee right.; ords on file in this office. though he has not announced Ws lo- 101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Fasciata in Havana | u I l v r
before The p(<-pe of the State. soemn-, FRED A. SW T, cation yet. He is ope of the most suc- can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, In Louisiana, say The
lY affirms. from observation and iW. Circulation Mgr. cessful and careful newspaper man- Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from t f t it
e'v!-ews. that there was a real. ren-_ agers in the country and will have the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg- r O t l
ir.n and serious effort made to raise Swo-n to and subscriber before me little or no difficulty in making an omyla must be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after
fun-s for th, purchasee o fa suitable'this 31st day of August, 1905. advantageous connection as soon as biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or e
site. in accordance it-h the terms oti J. P. STOK=. he is ready to assume newspaper seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisiana
the law. to which effort, as long as Notary Public. harness.-Tampa Herald. that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly

as screening,
otiflcatlon by
ay in obtaln-
st direct tae
)y the Health
the present

vrpr and gilt
allic nature,
Jpcts tightly
l after thor.
closets .
stopping all
Windows and
papers) over
referred, anl
e with about
t be taken to
d set Are to
id lighting it.
n opened a9
he length of
the amount
Lfts by 500,
eet high, we
500 anI yon




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a .. 3ee se4 Amg a ft Is Made of Human Doemes sad
the =1@M"I A ..m Ha Igs a a Chareh.
Is O mw le awes at the glidle were In the center of the arched roof ot
hug the thousand and one odds and All Saints' church, Sedlitz. in Bohe-
as seeded and utlised in everyday ala. hangs a chandelier constructed en-
faga. The scrivener had his Ink tirely of human bones. The church in
born aad pea attached to It, the schol- which this remarkable object is sus-
ar bh= book or books, the monk his pended Is decorated from the floor to
crucitfl a rosary, the lankeeper his the ceiling with the blanched bones
tallies and everybody his knife. So of human bodies. Garlands of bones
amay and so various were the articles stretch across the walls and hang
attached to it that the flippant began from the ceiling. Pyramids, topped
to poke fan. In an old play there is with golden crowns, are artistically
nmetioa et a merchant who had hang- reared from the ground with these
Ing at his girdle a peach, a spectacle whitened remains of the dead. The
ca, a "pannlard," a pen and ink born altars are literally covered with skulls,
and a "handkerrber." with many other among which are hundreds of those
triket besidM, which a merry com- which had been pierced by bullets or
paleon seeing said. "It was like a hab- crushed by murderous blows from
eriasher's shop of small wares." In swords and other weapons, denoting
ameter early play a lady says to her that these grim relics of humanity
maid: "Give me my girdle and see have been gathered from adjacent bat-
tat all the furniture be at It. Look teflelds.
that igars, pinchers, the penknife, the Tradition rays that these piles of bu-
katre t close letters with, the bodkil, man bones were gathered by a blend
the ear picker and the scale be in friar of the Cistrclan order, who
the case." Girdles were in some re- stored them in a corner of the church.
aspects like the chatelaines of more As they were fast changing into their
modern tanes, but they differed there- original elements, a man named Rint
trom to being more useful, more com- devoted himself to the task of cleaning
probenslre In regard both to sex and and arranging them in the church.
to articles worn, and when completely Pritce Carl ot Scbwaraenberg took a
finished more costly. It is partly for strong personal Interest In the restora-
this reason that we find girdles be- tion and arrangement of the church
qusathed as precious heirlooms and as and ordered all the repairs to be done
valuable presents to keep the giver's at his own expense. A large number
memory green after death. They were of tourists visit this extraordinary
not infrequentl ot great intrinsic church every year.-London Tit-Bits.

A FsmmeUsuaSety.
VMne. de Remosat had features so
perfet that her contemporaries said
bhe was worthy to sit as a model for
a Greek goddess. The flesh of her
face closely tresebled alabaster, and
yet be was not pale aAd dM anot give
the Impressimo of being in delicate
health. Her beauty attracted univer-
sal attetles to her, no matter where
be went, and eyes in old age se ar-
ttled most of ber good look.&

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"Strenuous Life,"

0"en the

"Simple Life,"

and then

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but now it is

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for evermore.
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Liver and


wi convince you of its
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Tke 01d. Old MeOe-p.P .
SBcorpions are relics of prehistoric
times. They have been In existence
since the middle silurian era, and
through all the changes In environment
In the millions of years which have
elapsed they have remained practically
the same in structural character, In
habit. There is little, If any, evidence
that these animals in the past days of
their history have ever gained a liveli-
hood by means other than those em-
ployed at the present day. But, though
abundance of time has been granted
them to become spdealiled into any
number of strange forms, they have
retained a woaderful resemblance to
the original genera. Although the arms
of the sea constitute barriers which
scorpions cannot pass and although
ther means of diepenal are very lim-
ited, the antiquity of the animal Is so
greet that it has succeeded in distrbut-
ingr ftelf over the greater part of the
globe, outside of the arctic areas, and
before the present period their distri-
bution was even greater.

Hav eyon never wonderri hnow

when a wire is broken or damaged be-
tween two distant cities the operator,
sitting in his office, can tell exactly
where the accident has occurred?
The explanation is very simple. It
requires force to send electricity
through a wire. The longer the wire
is the greater is the force required. This
force is measured, but instead of call-
Ing it pounds, ad In measuring the
pressure in a boiler, electrician call
the units of electrical force "ohams."
Suppose a wire between two offices
Is 16(0 miles long, and that on a stormy
night it gets broken somewhere. The
telegraphist knows that when the wire
was sound It took Just 2,100 ohms to
eiod a current through, or 14 ohms
per mile. He now finds that he can
send a current with only 700 ohms.
He dirldes 700 by 14. and finds that
the break in the wire is fsty miles
frhm his end.

Simpler-They are gotog to be mar-
ried? Why. I didn't know they were
engaged. Smarter-Well, you see. there
are so many engagements broken now-
adays that they thought they wouldn't
get engaged-just simply married.-
London Answers.
When His Trehmo Cormes.
Smith-Do you mean to say you
don't have any trouble In keeping
your wife dressed In the height of
fashion'? Wedderburn-That's what I
said. My trouble comes when I 4an't
keep her dressed that way."
rb. Eva of Iahe.tta-. e
It Is not so bad when a rich man uote
off his heirs for spite. Inheritance bhas
worked enormous mlachlef ever since
there were fortunes td leaw. In most
cases it is a misfortune to be an heir.-
St. Louis Post-Disath. j





Continue to Be Received by the Reported that He Had Several Ribs
Committee, but Qnite a Sum Broken By Being Thrown
Is Still Needed. From Buggy.

Contributions to the relief fund con- Telegrams reached the city Mon-;
tfnue to be received by the finance day trom Gulfport, Miss., telling of an
committee of the general committee accident which occurred to Willllar.,
an,' it is expected that within a few Favourite, a young man well known
days the amount desired wil; be secure In this city, in which he had several,
ed, although at the present time quite ribs broken in a runaway.
a sum is necessary to reach the $5,000; The details of the accident are not
miark. known, with the exception of the
It is believed, however, that the fact that the young man was In a
money will be raised without any trou- buggy with a friend when the horse,
ble, but the committee desires to im- ibecme frightened and T an away,
press upon the public the fact that throwing the occupants to the street.
$5,000 Is necessary and must be secur- It was at first thought that Mr.
ed in order to carry on the work that: Favourite had been seriously Injure-l,
Is now being done. but telegrams last night received
The Contributions. here stated that he was much im-
The contributions to date are as' proved, although he will be confined

First National Bank........$. 500.00
A CENTURY OF LIFE. W. S. Keyser Co............. 200.-o
American National Bank...... 200.00
It Might Be Inconvenient i Every Consolidated Grocery Co...... 250.0,'
One Lived a Huared Years. Fr.. ree .............0.1)0
"lThos. C. Watson ..............100.O0
Suppose a man fifty years old, mak- Escambia realty Co.......... 50 00'
Ing a good income from his business, IAe Daniel .................. 25.00
were to decide to live till he was a hun- W. A. Blount........ ........ 100.00
dred and not to retire until he was Hannah Bros.. .............. 10.00
ninety. People's Bank........ ........ 100.00
Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00
"iT first consequence would be that Leslie E. Brooks.............. 10 001
he would have the, opportunity of mak- j. M. Coe................... 10.'J0~
ing much more money than if he died Pensacola Investment Co..... 100.00'I
at q(4veuty; next, that his children' M. F. Gonzalez. ............... 25.001
would have to wait much longer for it. Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.0t0
Now, supposing him to have attained Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.00
the age of ninety, the more money German-American Lumber Co.. 50.00
that he takes out of his business the Saunders Mill Co ............ 25.00
less there will be for others to take. J R. Saunders................ 50.00
His three sons, junior partners in the Pensacola, St. Andrews &.
same firm, aged sixty-five downward, Gu Kugleman ....hp Co.......... 2500
and his nine grandsons, aged forty j. Kugleman................. 5.00
downward, will find very little to take P. Sbotter Co.............. 250.00
out of the business between them. The Jos. Coleman....... .......... 2.00
business, in fact, would not "go A. F. Warren................ 25.00,
round." M. L. Roch .................... 5.00
Even more distressing would be the Jno. B. Jones.................. 6.00
case of the family in which there was T. H. Lannon & Co........... 15 00
no business out of which an income Win. Johnson & Son.......... 2500L
could be obtained. The old baronet, Clutter Music House.......... 10.001
aged a hundred, would still be living Mever Shoe Store ............ .00
at the family seat, enjoying the income Standard Clthing Co........ 10.00
he had inherited. His on, wearing o Douville Timber and Land Co. 5001
he had inherited. IIis s'n, wearing on Maxwell & Reeves........... 2000
i to eighty and possibly still a great s. Pecor ................. 00
trial to his parents, would be eking p Campbell ................ 5.00
out a precarious existence on very lit- H-. H. -n-r ................. -

ti)Un a iL oU s u mL e lC ua j.
Mr. Favourite was formerly of this
city. but is now manager of the S.
P. Shotter Co.. at Gulport. His wife,
who was Miss Richards, of this city,
is with her parents, and has been,
nt;tified of the accident.
Low rates at Southert Hotel for
rooms and board.

The Cure That One afferer Invoteod
May Help Others.
Among the minor arts of great Im-
portance is the self cure of stammer-
ing, which comes upon so many in
early youth. In the memoti of the
author of "John Inglesant," which his
wido,- prepared, we read a rather
touching confession. "I contracted the
habit of stammering," wrot#Mr. Short-
house to Lady Welby, "as a delicate
little boy of three at a large day school.
It was not such a misfortune as might
be supposed. For without this thorn
In the flesh 'Johb Inglesant' would
never have been written or conceived,
and much which Is very dear to me In
philosophy would have been un-
known." Few stammerers can bring
forth a classic from their affliction,
and some would even refuse the au-
thor's fame at the price of the speak-
er's embarrassments.
In many cases the self cure of stam-
mening is easy. The present writer
was a sufferer when a boy at a day


How to Judge Boa


ty and p erprov

mBriliancy is days tefod In beer If
the brewing and mashing has been
prope-y conducted, and the fermen-
Station of the brew completed under
a careful and scientific regulation of
temperature. No other beer made
Sequels the famous

A A.B.C.
Bohemian in this quality of Wr"
lancy. It is gained by the unremit-
ting watchfulness bestowed upon each
brewing, and without the use of
/ chemical preservatives, thus giving
wholesome andu.
!' hila tina beer. Ag m

-The ly beer bIsdexclasively at the Brewery"
1. GOLDMIIB. Whbeisa ealer, Puesacoh, Fla.

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

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Henry L. Covlngton,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank -leilly,
W. 8. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
F. E. Brawner,
C. W. Limar,
J. R. Saunde's,

S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
0. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawtaon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Oerting,
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Covington.

Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firma Sollo t
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.

WM. 11. KNOWLES, Prestldet
THOS. W. BRENT, Aest. Cashier.

W. K. HYER, JR, V.-Pres. and Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Ast. Cashler.


of Pensa0ola, pFla.

DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wmin. H. Knowles
W. KI Hyer, Jr., D. G, Brent.


We draw our own Bills of ax.
eiange on Great Britain, Ireland,
Oermany, France Autria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russila,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European countrifl






Vessels disbursed upon the Most
Favorable Terms, and their osl.
nations taken Payable at Pert of
Destination Ten Days After VOe
eel Arriveo there.

Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Depa tnment for the use of Renters-

Savings Dopa tment-Intorest Paid on Do-
posits at R ato of 4 per oent per Annum.

Citizens National Bank,
of P nseos, Florida.
Geo.W Wrlght. Morrs Bear, T. L Welles

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Wheiesale and Retall Dealer in
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite C 0 A L
and Blacksmith COAL
Office-No. i South P laf z street. Telephone, $3.
Yards am Zeragos and Gonzales streets. Phone. .

It will pay yeo to investigate ofr prices before

Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds o
We lW handle aint, Oils, kick, Lime am
We cam save ye umey on everythi

Sunders Mill Co
Saunders MillCo

8 buyg yer

or Lumber.
id Cement.L


Offw 29 East Garden Street Phone 717.
Factory North Palafox Street Phone U30.

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Aix M. iBeMas, L. Hlltoa O

J. 8. RESI, President. E. W. MENZS. Cair.
R. M. CART, Vice-President
Directors-L. J. Reeves, J. I. Reese W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D Alemberte t. A. Jennings.


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tie more than he was allowed at Ox- Kress & Co.................. 10.00 school. He set himself to Invent the
ford and for his part quite unable to D. Hale Willson............. 25.00 cure. It was absolutely necessary, he
make his own sons any allowance at A. M. Avery.................. 25.00 found, that the opening syllable of a
alL much less to tip his great-grand-I Gordon & Brown.............. 15.00 sentence should be said several times
sons when they went back after the Thos. Pebley......... ........ 5.00 before the sentence was under way
holidays to the rate provided schools. Forbes Furniture Co.......... 4 00 (Just as the billiard player waggles his
These sons and grandsons would N G. Force er............ 10.0 cue before the correct stroke). It oc-
have to go into business. But into H. G. DeSva ........... 2500u rred that the stammering might be
what business could they go? Jas McHuh ..Alemberte............ 25.0 done silently. So that Ulttle boy stam-
Possibly it might b- fTound necessary Sol Cahn & Co...'......... 25.00 mered firmly to himself with tightly
to compel a person attaining the age of B. Gerson.... ........ ....... 15.0 closed lips, imaging himself to be
wev-nty to give up his money and his j Kryger ............... 17.00 speaking. It was easy enough, when
estate to his son and to live on a small Green & Watson ............ 10.00 the requisite number of "tut-tut-tats"
pension allowed him out of the wealth J. C. VanPelt................. 5.30 or "gug-gug-gugs" had been achieved
be had Inherited or acquired, or possi- The Pensaoola Journal........ 25.00 In silence to start the sentence Since
bly there might be a rule that a man Naval Stores Export Co.. .. .. 150.0a then he has never atamame --aloud.--
on attaining the age of forty might W. B. Wright Co............ 50.00 Londou Chronuele.
claim complete control of his father's N. Apostle...... ............ 25.00
money and estate, provided that he un- McDavid-Hyer Co. ........... 25.00 Strawbe-e.
dertook to house his parents and grand- R. G. Bushnell ................ 20. 00 Lord Sefton, the renowned goret,
parents and to make them a small al- A. A. Fisher ................. 50.00 L -f
parents and to make them a small al aars & Co ................100.00 was once interrogated as to the best
lowance. Pensacola Lumber Co ........ 00.00 mode of eating strawberries and re-
But even then not all the inconven- C. Brent.................. 25.00 plied: "Sprinkle them slightly with
Jent-es and uncertainties would be end- John Shepard ................ 500 powdered white sugar eandy and a few
ed. Even it a man undertook at the A. DILustro ................. LO.1o00n drops of Malmsey. Take them after
age of forty all those obligations and Alex Zelius .................. 10.00 breakfast or for supper or after dinner
had housed, say. a parent, a couple of D. Levy ...................... 1.00 after a plain biscuit Ice." When a once
grandparents and possibly two or three E. J. Dunham ................ 5.00 well known diplomatist attended his
great-grandparents in a number of Gulf Machine Co.............. 25.00 first garden party after arriving
150 cottages on the family estate and 0. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00 London he was shown a disk of saraw.
were making them allowances suitable Bar Pilots ................... 100.00 berries and cream. "Pourquol firee"
to their respective' ages It would yet W. B. Lamar- ...............100.00 cried he, explaining that he could not
be almost beyond his power to pre- Scarritt Moreno .............. 5.0 bring himself to fancy that the mes
vent them from reasserting themselvesiW. S. Rosasco ...............10.00 bring himself to fancy that the mes
vent them from reasserting themselves Marine Grocery Co ....50........ 0 was Intended for the food of men.-
should they desire to do so. A man's H. Muller.................... 00 London Truth.
father, still in the prime of life at F. O. Howe & Co............ 25.00
seventy, might decide to set up in busi-
ness afresh, lan competition against the J. C. Porter................ 1000
old business he had just relinquished HONEST PHYSICIAN J. A. Chaffin ................. 25.00
to his son He miht even withhi Works with Himself First H. H. Thornton............... 10.00
o is son. e might even, with his It is a mistake to assume that phy- B. Roberts................. 10.00
more mature experience. cut out the sicians are always skeptical as to th j p Williams Co........... 100 00
old rm altogether, and then all the curative properties of anything else T. A. Jennings................ 100.00
difficulties and inconveniences would than drugs. Gee. W. Wright ............. 50.00
begin over again.-London Spectator. Indeed, the best doctors are those Cash .. ..................... 5.00
who seek to heal with as litrl, use of Quina & Guttman ............ 10.00
drugs as possible and by the use oft Frank Reilly ................ 25.00
The 'Llttlo mack eor Dream." correct fot,. ana' drink. A physician S. A. Friedman................ 10.00
The most remarkable dream, or, writes from California to tell how he D. Dannheisser .............. 5 00
rather, series of dreams, ever related made a well man of himself with Na- H. O. Anson................... 10 00
is that which has gone down into his. ture's remedy: Marston & Quina ............. 25.00
tor as "The Little Black Boy Dream." "B-^ore I came from Europe, where W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00
Mr. Seafield gives the story in a I was born," he rays, kIt was my cus N. ldring ................. 15.00
"Literature and Curiosities of Dreams."tom to take coffee witML milk (cafe au Cash ....................... 5.00
AnEn hanhoml ."a lait) with my morning meal, a small W. H. White & Co ............ 5.00
An Englishman, whom we shall ear cup (cafe noir) after my dinner and Warren Fish Co............ 100.00
Mr. Hartley. was residing in India. two or three additional small cups at Pensacola Stables ............ 10.00
He wished to make a trip Into the in- my club during the evening. C. Thiesen .................. 100.00
terior and took with him only an In- "In time nervous symptoms develop Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
dian lad of twelve years. On the first ed, with pains in the cardiac region. S. McGaughey-............. 5.00
night after leaving Mrs. Hartley and accompanied by great depression Armour Packing Co.......... 25.00
aroused her brother-in-law, who was crf spirits, despondency. --in brief, "the Dubuisson Bros .............. 20.00
sleeping in an adjoining room, her blues!" I at first tried medicines., but Star Laundry ................ 15 00
screams having been occasioned by ,got no relief and at last realized that: L. S. Brown & Co............ 4.00
dreaming that the little black boy ll my troubles were caused by coffee. Judge H. Bellinger............ 15.00
was murdering her husband." While there"upon quit Its use forthwith. Marks & Gayle .............. 0 00
the brother-in-law was quieting Mr s. substituting I&igsU Breakfast Tea. Swift & Co,................ 25 00
the brother--w w quieting"The tea seemed to help me at first, Mrs. Fannie Henderson ...... 2 60
H. screams were beard upstairs and but in time the oli distressing symp McKenzie Oerting & Co.,...... 10 00
on investigation proved that another tome returned, an'" I quit it also, and' Dunwody-Alken Co ........... 25.00
lady of the household had had a dream tried to use milk for my table bev- J. S. Roberts ................ 5.00
precisely similar to that of Mrs. H. erage. This I was compelled however Colored List.
They were all pretty well worked up to abandon speedily for while it re- Big Zion Sunday school .... 6 00
over the matter until the afternoon of leved the nervousness somewhat, it M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) .... 2 50!
the following day, when Mr. Hartley brought on constipation. Then by a Jos. H. James, ............... 6 00
returned, although he had expected to ;hppy Inspiration I was led to try thi W. H. Harvey ............... 2 00
be absent a week. He gave as his Postuem Food Coffee. This was some Mosae Lyman ............... 1 00
only excuse for not continuing the month age and I still use lt. I am no Richard Morris .............. 6 0
journey that th*e night before he longer nervous, nor do I suffer from Cash ......................... 55
dreamed that "the little black boy" the pains about the heart, while my L F. An*rson ............. 2 O(
dreamed that" te black by n- 'blues" have left me an" lfie i -s bright Marion Blue ................ 00
tended to murder him! to me once more. I know that leaving Preston Cordon .............. 1 00
It Is needless to add that the Hart- off coffee and using IPostum healed me, Aaron Johnson ............... 1 o0
leys always believed that the "Httle and I make it a rule to advise my pas- St Paul church ............ .. T5
black boy" was prevented from com- tents to use it." Name given by Pos-
matting murder by the three provides tum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Low rates at Southern Hotel for
tial coincident dream There's a reason. rooms and board.





Whet Your Appetite
B and then come to

the Old Reliable



where the best is
always obtainable.

AUI kinds of Fish, Soft Shell

Crabs, Western Meat-


2-5 CENTS.


Merchants Transfer Go.
Thor. B. Tho'-:N., Prop.

DoMnElr 7

P.O0. COX. 67..


Classical School.
Preparatory School for

Boys and Girls.
"One of tie %tory bes! secondary
schools, in III( Stu"h.'-Prof Wa 1,ar
Mille,, Tu~aT,-1A '%:%t (rsi*ty.
The Qi;i~, aAnita, S&sion will be-'ih
gin Oc~olwir2.I t.4.-IV
The PensaI~oia C u~ssial School fur--' (
flishes tbv rivomtn:. of a -ound ed'i!-
V o~fferv- e'crv a(2ar'a!Vaerfor prepa-la
rati'ita to.- I ho;b(-, Colleges. univ-ersi-
ties aund ibcientibe -i's. rls In the caun-v
tr3 .
1tF iw-ructors a'e tboroughly equip-h
ped tliacfier ii, the departments uioA
wori In 'noiU r-:tc
T~e ~P p. I t'are limated 10
Such a r.unlt-er t st .a f cart-
ful superX .a u.t:.. vof ueac!].
The jrndividLal 1I-- tn to! instraC-
Ft Ioc(ft La~l'o- -. ,)r St udeji( s i,,
A ir;,neu tiirynd at
and a 2. t- a P pIj;1),'
tae ~":aLJ ttrL.te
tthe --.' .Alai t,'
Vthv~-e~ aOr da~ilghl.f
as V, I') 4r,'J.J- 170 117e 1140
pare ~- '- ~ '- ~'L n c,,

Pon." d h-
F(,- a-aloirar or fur~he- i~em-~.
909 N. Spring Street. Pelnsacoia.


yea .(i'..' a.ta o-.thv deg-ee (,!
E.Fc~b I ir f An. 6-, 1.-- 1; ;s not rt-
througriout tLae course.

L~atin k t- 'qu:r !t-i z ,e u7-,z.A2
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111, 7- :~'~ >-.r and ZXiia-
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13! ' $ p.r ear
Stn ,I

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ICmok Dinner

at Home.

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For hi.::t.- w, ir o, r for oi'n-'ra: in-
door t .' ,"" s':i-- wa:.-: .-:i"' f:: a
r.iche tha. all i's ',,.n. A" oncte
smart ard I'r.'tical, almost a".y of -:::
rmodish ra:-,,rials will show up to a 1-
vntagPe in this style. In a&-cordance-
w',h the latest mode, the shir,-wais:
s:it Is now male after the sev-rK'.v
tzAlored style. A figured mohair, one'-
o! hose mray blues with a small black
.-dsign well scateret., makes up charm-
ih-,ly after this mod-. The shirt waist
Sas a yoke across the shoulders in

. e back. nrl this extends over the
-bu',ler line in front, shirrings either
-' !e of '".o from fastening disposing
of :h fulln, sz. The usual box plait
.-,,wn 'he c-n:er front conceals the
faseninz. The sleeve is fashionabl.y
full at: he top. tapering toward the
v rist. and finished with a plain band
the fit adjusted over the hip with
-can: shirrings. and just a plain hem,
machine-stitched for a finish at the:

Mr. McLean gives more money, or
its equivalent, to the poor of Cin-
cinnati than any other one man is
known to give. Hits employees dis-
burse money, kindness and zone -is
publicity, to all sorts of good work
in his native lcty, and "The Enquirer";
is the most "popular" paper in the
Ohio Valley but-no stretch of imagi-
nation could present Mr. McLean per-
sonally as "popular."
And, that same intangible "some-
thing" that has prevented men who
recognize his great philantrophy from
voting Mr. McLean Into the guberna-
toriai chair of Ohio, clings about
evtwry member of the M.'Lean family.
and will prevent any member from
acl evving personal popularity. If me
may speak of popularity as achieve.
Sble. F'or. the moment the public geo'.
the idea that a man or woman is
'planting seeds to rr.wA popularity.
I hat moment the blight comos-justly
or unjustly.
The American people are always
very human if not always very hu-l
nine. and are much more likely toi
,;-ke to'" the outspoken "- the
public' type of fellow citizen than to
t he man or woman wno is mer -ly
generous, sensible or even magnani-
Mrs. Dewey is a social queen hby
right of birth and fortrine. whop;, soi
cial position is unquestioned but, sno
is not. never will be and could not
be "popular"' because, with all her,
Snobly generous gifts sue gives so lit-
i tie of herself.

High quality is the means of the h'
.iucc( s of Blue Ribbon L.mon and Va
nila Extracts. At your grocers.

was *l il O. TU lill l-ill 1P lea os t.I ,m -I i t
IHarry Furniis In the Gentlewoman.
I defy any lady to apnenr refined In the
correct f'ashlions of th.t period. I was
just old enough to look at them In pic-
ture books and gnze In my peranibu-
Intor at the common objects of fashion
with Infantile nstonis.hment. The hair
stuck out at the b.ck of the head, as
a chignon or bun (really resembling a
lonfi, surmounted by a little black
turban with a feather stuck in it; tight
fitting purple jacket, strapped and
crossed with black or re-1 braid; pan-
niers of gray color--bri.ht yellow, say
-on which were worked startling pat-
terns in red braid:; short full skirt-
soy of rl--wlth wide upright stripes
of purpev brId: a red parasol. yellow
gloves anI violet boots c completed a
costume that our genftewomen once
wore--Pall Mall Gazette.

Origin of Dog Day..
According to the generally necepte.l
doctrine. the dog days begin on July 3
and end on Aug. 11. hut there have
been disputes "s to every possible point
about thlioni. It was u Iv'versally agreed
tl'at they were connected with the dog
star. But which ,one the real dog
star, Sirius, or Pror-yon. the little dog'
Tho-n tlh.,re were disanreements as to
th" particular nstronomIcal perform-
anc.e of the star that fixed the dog
days, as to their number, which vari -I
In different estimates lrtwecn thirty
and fifty-four, and whether they were
to be reckoned before. after r or aroi'md
the str.r's perfrmnices. The forty set-
tied on precede the thelrising of Siriu'
wlUi the sun. A elief grew up that
in these days dogs went mad, but
terrestrial dogs have re-lly nothing to
do with it. The original belief was
that the star and sun together brought
intense heat and all sorts of plagues.-
London Chronicle.

On account of quarantine, we wi')
not undertake to e.'ablish a branch
house in Pensacola until same is re-
Yoked. We will mako all oil an:d
grain shipments from Mobi'.e. Ala.
Same will go forward promptly. Sen,!
us your orders for high grade oils.
14septlm. J. F. Davis, Agt.


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



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Fancy Groceries

We Are Still the Leaders. I

Sol Cahn & Co.

The Pure Food

The Store that Feeds
Phones178 and 480 the People.

Low rates at Southern Hotel
rooms and board.



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The Star Steam

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znd Tarry.-,WVomen and Society, Here and Elsewhere FROM CAPITAL OF WAL-N ALL
Mrs. Frank G. Renshaw will remain diner went forth to look upon the il-;
r!; with Lir chi'lren unil she caa .um;;ia ons on shore and afloat, inci t
nr 6!*r da'ilht-rr in srchol in Wash- d.ntr 'o t, ce!(l,ration of Old Home Specia! to The Journal. Stam ed O ut the
:ng:n. Wck.--A:-my and Navy Journal. t DFuniak Sprnugs. Sept. 19.-Miss
TIM --E ii Satinlers wvon i : report Sa-
Mis Whi'. of Gen -a A.a., whot LIEUTENANT BRYAN u lay to accept the posi'ton of fiirs
ha< , H. Halr, ad fIn::y Fish. 'ille L- :-' J. L. Br;at. 1. S. R. S. who anxiety, serious thought Sapn taers is a--i-' J by Mr. Mitenoner
for *,.ral w,.-tk. ac-npanld h', wa- -rouiy tinj.ire I while aboard and sweet anticpaton. of St. An:!irs. and, .1l.s Anna Lee V
,;aeu;;er Mrs. Jo :n Car anr c:.i;lt: i ';ut r Ptie ros a f tdays aigo n es e a ilbi wnl ot: stile.
,,:n'y m'.ere ..- aire sp-nd- i. gt*;:n a:ona tri n ce, inside there comes ca. Mr. J.lm T. as, wh he:rth
.nI S 'n, i iii. inte iataire of -I' ijulries.. M'. sleep and recuperation. aa' re r. it r n,, d a. w.hert
anl: .1ir-. Bi an haII lthe profcu dl li re rn< l : G .a. where
Capt and Mrs. Pv:yne of he navviy .-. I n-'ahY It ;he:r m:ani Irielnds "a M T"CD i.x spent ;' o: 11P S i"Il'Jr.
"a? h:v. a son 1)-n : n das a >. tMiRn c.\ and (-eswh.- n in e ree I- Uili 0 Dr. Cainpi. li an i .Eia,'ht..n Sulphur, Insect Powder and Oi of
a n ,: i. oh-, .T iht t :i ea, iiti:il and bright in- e Annie Ca.ui lltl. of Fr ei: ort, w re in S
Til. rr':I, c'r-.1 Hami;'!.an nnii. hal : I >,-i an, te acecido.ent to the Lieu- L U RIEND e city ort a few da. this we Citronella
a if ,X: i:. :: y,- lay bti f le ..a' cam.' -rg ju- a' this time does diminish the pain accomnaving Campellel ou her way to Agn-1 a
.. ..:. .. a <,1 (;r, 't .,-, I a ,. .* v' .;--' r~l to his matern ity. W ith its aid motel can ano. Sc' Hhliti Lute.
}o),uing ,,if,.o..t,,','-.-,r. s' ,, has ral do bring heihv, sw- positioned I Hle Lis and Mis El:a N 'T RNT M A A T
]. J!:i E ]lan i> n~o ;n ;bri nrg,. an i s d-.oti herself n ideal Ibabiesntot id. Youi.g-er, of Marianna .a'nIe don
11r. J-'hn: S:dIrnan filo. n o%.inrae.'l an, 1J s ,i has Cdao biie( iixtot .dN'TRELENT MAKE A CLEAO
I-.1 'i h ;'.;: I w:. I,:.,: a"'>. s<, it, V>a.i- \ -:;; (2 a;',a .:-rt- 'i..- s.lfior.:tlfulne 5 Morning sickness, s srcansts and ex Saturday on a short visit to Mr1. 1..
l-.I'.sia fI- a 1a wA ,la- ,- i -, :o ..ir husiianid at i verybo.iy will be cruciating pains caused by the gradual 1'. amplbell and Miss Gracte Younl-er.
a.'11 SF i:'h p.;1-'.(-i. : .I tl'ri rI at, it Kis hopned ai,l expanding organs, are relieved by this Mi-: l.'ewis was p,'.n.i:;; n of :,, M > ,
x -.' !, ; ';.:'i hrI lWii Lj, really lor penetrating and relaxing lini:nent. I t!iari;:itnt :n t1i,' N -r:i'"ai liPAl la. M
"Ta'k ab.-iut h,,,,. '.': (' ;, *-r'." s<,;l ;I n-;: in a \% k o, r so. Among the manifold aids to childbirtL n,,r. a l l. niha.i.- n. Ia. fr ends hr'
,n, .i'.n ::-.n i an ". :-':,-Ei:T.'. Mother's Frier.d hasgrowninpopularit ;, i :' l,,ia ; :, kn.v ha shTON 'S PHA R
"o: )h ,n.vi on th ;. ENOUGH TO TURN BETSY and gained a prestige among rich womcni >:ihii:ar pisiOl a Tallalhas-ec thi: i
.. atr i'tpr'y .;' OVER IN HER GRAVE. as well as poor; it is found and welcomed cni.;,g; -,,--'ini.
',iw- n Ih)--, :han .oL ver sa\\ t t 1t I-, 'i'Lii:O 4 ;o in makeiu beaut :ful. wll in the mansion as well as in the cabin. .," s C.. I. I lle I.a'.-. .tle Miss PHONE 1100
g,.,r,, '.,'i" n." n' ... ,-- l'at'trsnn turn Bvlesseninygthemother's asonvof mind 3Mar;on Laeii andt MrI. \Vili D. Me-
... v,;'\( ie,'n rin ciov'-'. ';i !i i r r' ,' o -rea. ihat i'r anddiminishingpainabeautiiulinfluence I) ,ial r ;iirtlt 'i'u say irain a br1it THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
.,:. N . Is rho.... a ,i <. r:" is wrought upon the child. and instealc oi is t to ;,.:-v'.a.
ci-. t N N'sTC' (in t !1. ilt so : i (, ; <>p. nnn bin eeviAh, ill-tempered and sickly formsvo-: Mr. A. 1). Morrison and family, who
Wir'. '1 Ia vi;t- it 1'. linh.- ,f ',her at ,pIn. e a l,. on a no.a parteani_ avehealthy, laughinghuinhumanity,reni.iii. Itft I'en'ai; l. at ;1 e aalnounvi.ient of
N'l ', ha i int. i *h Ito(ng a blessing ever to you and its country. Xeii *'brr, anaI nvho h ae be'en at
iiVo' TiY ;. Ir, *ha: -- b;r., s anai s a a: i l't r .All Dreig's sell Mcthier'sFriend at $P.00.b
I ,n a1:,l r 'ht kiUX\ it, too. ((I.nslii N,. 1 .'i A iiali r Possibly, but--- 'r'' fr, our free P, iok otic-i rh ood t;()o H:. cX'H.r : :n,-r wil movo be.l' .^M"M- '
"en; far:i!.r' N v.r: SAi i t a wri:,r in ill' Country i angerr is past.
Tailahass,.- Trn-, D. n:.-rat: 3. ,<,.',tlar : --- F T. Normal i>liines have been so- ^ CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES .
,n, .vi e It -'.: I':~ akh !. dau-,h*, )r "'i);irt.n i' ,,.-cn iimon'hs of the year, condition the freedom and interest (iur(d for the, hii h scniool and (he TI W
Hit: (C lPi'.:'ii. w!, ha n **" i nim a to Dtc.n:her, Charles- J. of his green val'y iandoubtedly (cn- iit t.hl other uil'tini-'., will firnsti ; STERLING SILVERWARE,
',.x tin a ni''-; (,i;-'- !f-;:l ":r 'N, ., i'h a par'. : f,,r".. : s:u.ilet., in a flit ary.an I grass valley, is creoaser number of pupils. In addition ARTPOTTERY,
'tf (on v.rse Coll.'-e Sparianhurg. S.: .is chi.cn coun:i!.tt sat, where he IN PRAISE OF to the eight teachers employed last., CUT GLASSWARE.
'. where she :-;iiiniatdl with nih i ar:s-'- on wt'ek days at 5:30 a. m. R year, three more will be assigned
honr .rs t. the iasti :-rtI>. arr:vt- wi ;..oir ling (callt d, and whene, THE ADMIRAL'S WIFE. positions in the school. The follow-,
iii, on Tnesday ,of th:s wok to i,,-, al;r taking a look over the place "Mrs. Dewey. the wife of the ad ing are the names of the teachers and
nom after her l,,ng absence, a 1w- and givin his orders for the day, he miral." says Washington Life, "*has' lheiir gradp": N-:'. Hlnry J. Rogers, g EngrvYing andg Ftntet l gry ,
,a;.nt ~-im'e,,,.r of Judze Partki:'ls I: off on hi. fiftecn-mil_ drive into always been a popular woman, ani MIr. Geo. H. Boutelle. Miss Christine'
rhat'min:g faii!lv. Her lna- .x,,..'.':ed alt'intr,.' beicre most of "city folk"' tbis popularity is the sincerest tri (Giilis. High School Department: Mrs *
adin' ,n Ith s-,-ia a-rena of i.i Cap- hart openotnd an eye. The drive 10 bute to her good sense and to her H. J. Rogers, ei'ht graPde; sixth anPrompt Att
'a; ('ity wi ll dot; ess ho welconm-d the ofti', ani back takes place near-! womanly sympathies. Recently she ve'enth grades to be supplied; Miss Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
vith inany pleasing a':.n' ions.i y ev-.ry wee-k ia:-, Mr. Bonaparte re- has bound the South more closed to ('aherine McDonald. fifth grade; Miss
s(rv:n; Sundiays and occasionai.y her by the return to the proper au i Fannie Lou Cawthon, fourth grade; j
MR. ANR MRS. BELMONT DINE Saturnia..- for Bella Vista. when he thorities of the flag of th? 28th Ala-i Miss Annie Burke Landndrum, thiridi" -* ,
ADMIRAL AND MRS DICKINS. ,enjo.- ..aing aloit the place with, boma regiment. C.S.A., which was grad`: Miss Lonnie Landrum. secoi.Fl E. Z adek J ew e ry o0
}Pf, a:n- Mi '-. P et'y l'D:ninrr en'ter his o .-e s :. iJ,)king into the welfare captured bv Mrs. Dewey's first hus-, gr- n ; Miss Mary McKinnon, first -
a':: a ',I!' :' h.:' in N';vp.>rt. I. kt l;. nui;ierous inhabitants, both band, Gen. W. B. Hazen, ana' was un-' :a ('. The primary and interm- MOBILE, ALA.
z,"' 11. in .,,n : o, li. ar A.,l' r-i: r :;an t,::i b1 a-t 11, takes ris thirt y -t:! recently in the possession of his 'ate grades will occupy the public -'
S: M:-.. Fianc, \VW. 1:kins s :i. l iriv wi'h a dil'fftrint (am andl widow. Wh-en the War Departmn,: school buildings. and the grammar'
L-u', i. -* Io.e."- pr- s-.n;. Th. -,. r .,,:" ac nh da.\. i2' is a tresh-air recently returned the standards s hnol gra s and high rhool d'pari .. .. .. .. .
*, --' !Ti ',I e R- C- !, i n- i i'a:.k. at.d no ,i "i:u c a s at his bzg which had be 'n fought under veais it i nt, in the normal buildings. Gr et
I'_i-n B lP icL U. N.. anI HI ;I i..H- i-;- X ih k. l ne.- zest because ago, their action concerned only int-r iis lving manifested in th,
Irmi'; Mat.vr H '-'. -!:C rs A. ': 'i f Ih.IT of ;.,, fr-. sh, sweet at- hose which were public property i trin mg (rl which begins the seon, 1
'1,- "on of i ,.r.-,- .. for th. :,o -;i.h re of t:l .,' i-'. ':t;er miorn and naturally made no provlsi an for ofi Octobcr.
mi;.r was t. p'-,- r' o C "iT,.-. r' T'. . '. :.., :,- c-ar 's::fy tha: the banners hel.,' by individuals. By
S.. .. N .. :- r. t .,,:ni:. turning the one she posss.. Piratin3 Foley's Honey and Tar YHV H H
ti, -, ; a ..n C f 0 S ', -?e e .i t ,,. Lack Mlrs. Dewey has set a s ns)nible and ) Fo v'. & Co., Chi.'ago. ori'.in. a
'.'- r ns ..: .. w prhap lananimols example, and one H:e and Tar as a t-hr:;t tIan! I un
'- l 1 ,-: w : ; hllch redounds infin'tely to her ere 1- re-r:ely, an I on accr ;Ir of ih 't:e '
.,-rfirt-." - -' ': te '- '.. 'n. T ;: .h 3;. ; i. F it. The Alabamians have re-'eived mnerit and 1 p,\;,;iar:iy of f Fo!y'' s IlHo .
,, .. a: .'i ;:.. "- '. .. ii :;er.,l with much gratitude and praise for ey and Tar :r;i-an iniitia:! i .: s are of
' ; - :any .r ; : i.0 hi:. t. adnial's wife the flag under fter d for the genuine. T;!ese worth- V
, ,, ,If (C ,. : I',;1' l',';'-'y. ';i a.n o i :r'. :n spite ot which they fought more, than a gen: less imn.ta'ions have similar so'l d:nZ
Sw r. "rar r .'an :i's. i. ,s a vi enration ago. and all the plartes to .a'.res. H wae of ";:n. The gen
ion Honi "". 'a ' w: w. ;' ,t '.-. ". -... iwi (::''!('S t th i t restorAlion are far hapier oe tiie Fole'.'s HIoney and Tar is in a
,, ,i i X. '. " "' t','-. , .'. i, :;h upon h:s -.ause of it." yellow package. Ask for it and r'
t ,, g;,-', of tl, .,'--"ne. whio after 'r; si' '. AnI to h:s fi::e Those who know Mrs. Dewev per- fuse any sihstt iui,. It is the )(es'
serially have nat usually referee ;o remedy for -co:ig!is an], clds. W. .
e.-r as "poppuialr," though shh is -"much D'Aember:e. Druggist and ApothecarYv j
-'77//t O// 7 S Da/f F hio F t souh after." Mrs. Dowey could no t
1 "- I&[[O ]hoIg[ i] r ca~as-l 11more achieve personal! ppulariy Womnn Her Worst. The attention o merchants and advertisers
than can her brother Mr. .I. R. M- Tn every n-o ho mot o ohe attention o merchants and advertisers
..al: owner of the Cinc:nnati Enqi,'-- dress -, r w-,,rn by E.!'nglis w omen in general is directed to the fact that The
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th ,s Who b, y t',r an z t i.:-:. V,:-y f,. realize the
rumbber of ci>u(e(- t'l. lhato. txiZ :1n tais as we:. as in
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of al! proport!ps in
Pensacola anr Es'amria for on, hiuntre and twenty-five
year pa:. Dun'. buy un.e.S- you know the tilic is

Pensacolla lnvestz-;net Co
A. NAL PLWESRE1MCityMan~ager..
W. L KNWOWLES. Fi'esidmt.f.R. LS!MPSO!I, Secretary.
J. L. STILLN .AIV-PM- "d CAM.. a"ager. KXWiT3 MR risu, -r
No#E1 .Ege Loam, Owase-of Investurnts6s
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of $1.00 Only.

No Taxes! No Interest!
This offer is made to clerks, car-
penters. baymen, hacknien, or to any
one who has the de.-,ir- to grasp an
opportunity that the: may never nave
aii:n. Suppose I ask you this ques-
tion: HOW MUCH do you unnece:.-
sarl- spend eLvih week fir v:nich yot,
have nothing to show? To form a
ba- say $1.00.
Suppo-se you pay that $1.'10 to me
each week and in a few months uU
will be an owner -f real :.state. Think
of it. Here is the chance of your !lite!
Cald and so_. me.

Those. Pebley
OffMc- Cor. Romanmt 1nd Palafox ''s.

Holp Wanted
WVANTI1.1).-Acti-ve lady wanuc.i'; each'
c UIn;" ;o d moii;-. ;': :- a; ;.i display

Tim e to Buy. Rents collected and prompt returns rooms, near business center and onl CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
maadt. Money loaned at lowest rates car line. For further information, There will be a meeting of tUk
4 well located lots W. LaRua cor- If yoi have property to sell, let ring Phones 368 an-, 848 5 ngs. body on the first and third Aedae
ner, rurc to enohance.... ......$450. us know &)ou* it. We have clients FOR hENT.-Furnlshed rooms outi delegates are a equested to bep
3 rooms and hall, new. built by own- v.ho want :o buy any property paying side of infected district. Apply tou en tea Z. ROBERTS.
or for a home, good material, painted goo, returns. 805 W. Belmont street, city. W. L DELAY PrOaBdRT
and hard oiled inside ; 3 lots go with 204,., S. Palafox St., Fisher Building. 12sept1wo Secretary. resides
:je place, cannot be duplicated..$7,50 ROOMS AND BOARD_-Several large
2 houses, good renters, one is new. -- ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large Pensacola LAdge No. 3, K. of rP
Bargain here...... .... ..$14(-,it FOR RENT rooms for rent with or without board m every ibonday evening at $:0
2 r-'at cottages on F. Wright. g(hn directly on water front, suitable for o'clock at tUIlr Casue Hall, Blosat
condition, rent $21.5. close in.. $2300. light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret- Watson bullch-dg, corner Palafox aad
Sc ething god in Nrt Hill prop- FOR RENT.-Completely furnished tnger, Fisherville. Phone 933. Garden streets Vslting brethren cor
cr" spenli-, corner, )uthern ani five: t cottage on East Hill car 9sept. dially welcome.
eastern exposure and no little tot- line in excellent neighborhood until J.wH. BRE ON. C. C.
tage adjoining, renting for $.00 tl, December 1. Phone 879. 14septlw WANTED.-A few boarders in private H. HORSLEP_. oT R. &
Srfe f $ 3 -i fainily; convenient to railroad sh',9s
_rfel. ................ .FOR RENT.-F'ive room cottage with and on street car line: large rooms,!
bzth and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes, two! 0ith privilege of use of baths and tel-i KRathbone P Lodge Nor
L. S BROW N & C blocks from car line. Apply to H. W. phone. Address D. C. S., care Jour-i 3 $0 K. of P., meen evea
o1(LP K G b ,.b.bbs a, Forbes store. 13septlm* Lal. 24auglm: T rsday eni a :
fmTI o'clock Idyn their Ca t l:
200 Theisen 3 gJl'g FOR RENT.-12 room noose, corner ha 1, third floor. Blouat.
t w st I iayne and Wright streets. Apply! M'on y to Loan". W tron V building,.
"WE SELL LOTS5 w.s. Garfield. -rae y.L a coner Plafoand
S. Ga.27aug Grden streets Viltin; kulghtsU *re
--- FOR N-ra farm 1 block | cordially weiccned
..FOR B..ALE nc..OR !-N.-Smali farm 1 b lock M o-ey=-o= LoanIL K. B. CRUTI, 10. O.
FOR SALEsie t"litC.J. vy,X.of I. &B.
Q S a. wit:t s:x room uouu,; win. mill; MONEY TO LOAN-In large or small
'CRI SAL:E--Cmu : !. !i'rnl-h:d w.' 'r i' sn ;ard and ali through amount on real estate, plain or eu- Knights of Columbus.
ouss, corner Gadsduni t. and 7t* iius Kent reasonabij. Apply W. dorset notes. Prompt service. L. Meetings of Uth
a.enue. Beautiful home. Must be M. M- Cle:lan, at First National Bank,, Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen building. I A Knights of Columbus
-ei at once-a barga.i. Mar.on Clut- Pen-acoila. 26auglmin iept. are held at their hal,
ORr. 20 ptlw No. 8 West Intendew
-. Fe RENT-Iorraine House, corner! MON.Y TO L-D---Un good roei t as cla street, on e .

W---- ... ---.--.... sanampl. Salary li weeai r no cal,- FOR SAILE-One lot of fine -ho.v IHayre and Beimont street-. Apply
WANTED LP WAMNTED i: xrence r qu i case. especially adapted for ml. W. S. Garfleld. 12Jul
.. .. ....( ., 72j ('Cilzznut St., P.la It i)i, linery purposes or for- diug store,
WANTED--Everybody to know that WVANXTE-Ho-ol rook:co'ored bov to I a. 20spt2 also one lot of counter. and fine FOR RENT.-Renidence lately o>
I am prepared to furnish them car-a hote good sa French plate glass mirrors. E. L. cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall. No. 111 W.
aM in an uared to furnish w always anr : a .s. fri hotel good salar': .' ANTED.-Agens for Complete iRus- Iteese 118 South Palafox. 2sep LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
woal in any quantity, as I w~ll always an.-nN- N: Ucl:, fr ChiIhy iot i. 'h.'-- -4 S. Palafox street. 7June
ave a car load on band. Will de- .a sian-Japanese War Book good sal-crcfurnture 43 Pala sree.
er anY amount from 4 bushel ui,........ ar e, samn fie fre e. Address Globe Co., FOR SAL K-At a serlfce, -furniture .&Jun
r any amount fromeet store, stock and accounts. Call at FOR R2NT-Twenty-room louse, cot-
Wagons on the daily. When A-TED-( Eodl uetpe- and p. r 723 C tnu: St., Philadelphia. 1340 E. Intendencia. jan ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.L
on want charcoal listen for the fog a- once. Apply No. 9 East Inten- l.7sept Suitable for boarding house. Apply
torn. VuCovch Cial Yard, Geo. Vucj dfncta. 1.: FO SAL-ne Suitable for boarding house. Apply
orn Vucovich Coal Yard, Geo. Vuca dancia. 195ep(3:* --- FOR SALE--One Choice block on top to ,rs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra.
-ich, Prop. 17sp-t. TWO WHITES aA o W'ANTED.-The Pensacola Journal of the ridge east of the electric s. .s.
rich, Prop. 17spc.as TWO WchambITE S want position lias employment for two more relia- railway, between 7th and 8th streets
WANTED.-Young deer for pet. Ad- waivers chaberaids or nng room ble carriers. Apply to Chas. F. Stew- Nature has favored this section and it,
dress C. H. Conoley, Wallace, Al. waiers Apply o 625 Wes Grego art, Room 9, Salisbury building, W. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. LOST
7septs3t. '. O sept Government St. 16sept3t PLUTO! PLUTO!
nt f or six ronT .-A young persons wo __ Keep your system in good condition LOST.-Bunch of keys, containing
,WANTED.-To rent five or six ro o are good stenographers or book- and you need not fear any disease. three keys. Probably lost at post-
cottage. either on North or est keepers, that are seeking positions or: For Sale. Pluto, the great stomach healer, for office. Reward for return to 304
ill. Must have all modern 6con, promotion. 0 register with us imme- sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. Thdes-n .building. 20sept*
lences. Address P. 0. Box 464, .i. ,~,1i;Cy. \We can secure ycu good pos- FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful MCHugb.
16sept- iio n.. \Ve are having more ca'Is country home on Reservation; goo CHEAP-My three-year LOST.Black, butthead cow, wth
WANTED-Position by experienced da*l than t' can stupp.. It will eovt fishing; good garden; good water and Berkshre herd t ar Duke st Bac, butt-ead cow, with
WANlsEe.-nPos raperes u nhn odiB ithrus.eMeerx plenty wood. Will sell cheap forash old Berkshire herd oear, Duke af steer calf with white face. Reward
ae snorapher. Address b). Muno n. Proprietors, whe Molo or rent reasonable. Apply N forcashw- Florida, No. 68,923. Also some ine for return to Nathan Adams, 509 hal.
_areurnalN 14septlw. o Mue. Prietors Fhe MoilP or rex reasonao young pigs. 1 six-monthis-old boar, al amanca St., City. 19septlw*
care Journal. sp Businss College, No. 62-64 N. Royal ell, Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, Box rgteredand transferred. Carl Set- LTO --alttse An-gora-Kitten ear.
fewANguestsED We can accommodate a St., Mobile, Ala 15septlm* 36. 15septlm terlind, Chipley, Fla. _Jly7 ly grown Reward for return to 811'
few guests at an up-do-dael mifanrnd:t: WANTED.--Agents make $6 daily sell- CHICKEN WHEAT produces eggsa FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New E. LaRua St. 19set,
botel: cinate delighfu ad Foo wn- lin the cheapest and most perfect Makes fowls especially well flavored City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600. LOST, STRAYED OR ,tTOLEN--
ter; moderato rates rs ~Vater I-i!'r ever invcnte!. Keta'., The cheapest food to be found. F. & Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Houaa. i Black Holsten cow with brass tips!
Cunn:nrham,i Buena \'.Va, Va. a, $.. profit. Exclusive te:t-r Mellen & Co.. Pbone 334. loct laug on horns; about 4 years old, either
,, 15s ep'Im* "or' Scne,.a Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. FOR SALE OR RENT.-Black top FOR SAIE--Kill the germs of fejver- springer or with calf. Reward for re i
PLUTO! PLUTO! 12 tp0:* tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for par- order a barrel of slack lime to-day. turn Burns' Dairy, 309 W. Zarragossa
Keep your system in good condition WANTED.-Smart young man able to ties to camp out of town. Address A. Phone 367. 4auglm 1 St. llseptlw*
gnd you need nc* 1, ar any disease i:.f::rn large orders for we0l Box 446, city.--- FOR SALE.-Shingle and wood. Mill, --
Piuto, the grea o : eaer, for known :;in,s of whiskies. Address FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room just west of Muscogee wharf. C. Lj MIfangogg
sale, wholesale t a,., by Jas. w:;th pa;:: 's:ars, references a.,li house and 120 acres of good laal Creighton. 10sept2m' Misl llan ous
McHugh. W___ ,r::. W. Hughes. 7 Corps Building, located at Gonzalez. Fla. Either to- FOR SALE.-My residence on East AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Anti-
WANTED.-To r 5 or iuy improve. P'.-. ns Rw,, Leverpouo, England gather or separately. Terms reason. Hill, either including whole block Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures
place. not nnor, than s miles north 5 able. House many be rented temper- of twenty lots 40x1371-2 feet each or to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
or northwest of P. nsaco'a. with 15 to WANTED.-Trustworth. man tomaa- arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey s of- quarter block of five lots. Apply at good liver regulator. You need it at
acres of !and in cul :vat on. las- age r:ag u1ice and d.strrbuing d flee. 3 sept. my office, Thiesen B'rilding for furtr- this time of the year. On sale at a:i
t:ne Hut.t, Ho-, F'a. Iseplm* pw': fr :-rgc nianufacturer: Salary t.*o FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent or particulars. C. W. Hagerman. druggists, or at Lewis & Co., East
KING -& HUAL. contracting painters s ar. : 1:,00 ,rst v'ar. and extra for Fie and Burglar Proof Safes and 24auglm. Government street. Price, 50c.
ard decrar, : arnhio.. (lcun'.n:i -,s:oi,i a. i expenses. Applicant Vault Fixtures of all descriptions POR BALE-Second-hand casn regia. 13seplm.
and diecorai rs. :zn p airing a rist ,a -ood references and $1000 manufactured by Alpine Safe an1 ter In perfect condition. Will sell PIANO TUNING.
and 1 iRniden c R d n p 2. 2u cash. capital secured. Experience un Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can I worked at this 14 years in Mobile
cia.ty. R<.id -.e p.o. r:e2"eer:v. Address "Manufacturer,', Communicate with me for prices and t be seen at James McHugh's 22nca Ala. I will satisfy you in price and'
Mrs. Laura W. Creary wi. resume "i We;: Atwater S;., Detroit, Mich. terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-'GO fT TURTON ror all sties lUmiL quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 2t4
agency fr he Winona mitl. :sier, *' '-itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. Cameras loaded and unloaded free East Gregory St., Pensacola.
and solici:,t- e patronage of al,: form- WANTED-The people of Pensacola :June. of chrgo. He makes best photo. 29auglm*
er custom*'--. If inte'res:td :n good to cea-e worrying. Let The Journal FOR SAIE.-Soda fountain, stock of graphs in the south. 32 years a lesa. R.IULAi MAIL LINA-Qood convry.
losiery s-end postal card and she will Want A is solve the problem for you.' confectioner!es and cigars, located Wr. 1 Jan. aoe for traveling public. Daily ser.
kall with samples, or phone 147. They are expe-. detectives, and can )n Palafox street. Can be had at bar- FOR SALJ.-10-room house, corner vice each way. From Chipley to Bay-
27auglm* fin.' the man you are looking for if gain if purchased at once. Apply Es- lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x head. Address J. M. Taggle. Chipley,
A.TE i-ouO T3now y that u caa' he is included la the 25 000 or 30 000 canbia Realty Co. 15aug. 192 on car line. For partiuelars In- FIL 24maeh
WAIbuy n:Te. ei onod pesap a ta people v.ic., makes the population o FOR SALE--Nce new cottage (4 qure of Standard Clothing Co. REAL ESTA
liecheap'oc.s and hall) between Palafx 29 EAL ESTATE In all parts at.tv
ofce cheap. Any iteil.gent person may earn a and Ba len streets on Jordan St. IFOR SALE-South hatf block 211, you buy the ground and we will
DO YoU want to buy or sell anythingT good income corresponding for ncwq- near Saunders Mill; easy terms. ApI fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by build your house on long tie pay.
A little want ad will bring wonderful pa e-s; no caavassing; experlen e ply r4 .J. W. West at Saunders Mill. i137% feet on Bay View Park; also ments D. Hale Wilson & Co.
reslta. The cost is too insigaifleatm unhicessary. Send for part:culars. 22,u-lnm I south half of block 2t2, fronting 400 TAILORING-B L Diamond, Ta lor.
to delay. Noe;hern Press Syndicate, ckpo feet on 14th St., by 137 feet on Bay went's clothing cleaned s
---- N. Y. 13 ~ .n-, FOR SALE.--Old papers on!y 10 cents View Park. The only property adjoin- Ge ont short note. prNoeZ ai
WANTED.- Everyboey to know that -e i e : l p;r hun.'ed Good for wrapping lug Bay View Park that is now for aet Government RLt. Pensaoll. 11
Sur Bieud of Cotfee may be imi'at- WA\',TEDI-Azents in d:tervnt coun.- paper and to ,put under matting. All sale. The beautiful view down the s1
but can't be equaled. New Orleana t es :n Florida to handle Alp.e Safe cl an and nice. Journal office, bavou and down the oay can never be AR-
sorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. nd L.:k Co s Fire and Burglar Proof Do you value your health^ If so, obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jly FOR ONE DOLLR ANDR FI'TY
:,alg2c als anti Vault Fixtures of every- uCe uar p:ue .fBlecn, -f Coffee "Dewey"i GROW GINSENG. Large profits. CENTs perbe"w, we wtc haeul out
,e-cr p:-,an. Write me for terms., en "Schly. New Orleans Grocery Room in your garden. Roots for sale dead horses, cows, etc. leave orders1
ANTED.-The pub o noarrit MorenoPensacola, Fl.. Flo Co .as McHugh Prop. aug 30 Write today for literature. Bucking-: a 136 East Intend ncia. Herrtng
Fior:dar. New Or',( ans Grocery ; Stae ACo.e 2Co.ue We have been wi:h you in Pensaco- ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, O. Br. ,L K
McHugh, Proe. aug20 BAY HOTEL--Open night and day. ia sinz.e 174, and still intend to stay, 13aug3mos. SAILAKR.
Europ-an plan. Rooms light and ith vout ant serve you with the best! FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine J PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South.
VANTED.-The MerchantsD -.intler clean. Tranient trade solictd, 75. of groceries a-: lowest iar- young mules, sound and in good Palafox street. Orders taken fa
Co. want.- your novng and basuitn. 679 South Palafox. JoL. S. Niola1, ke: prices. Nc w Orleans Grocery1 condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- tents, awDings, camp stools and house
All breakage guaranty T. B. Thor- p-op. 6nv. Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield, June. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. nllaI

am loD. irutHl vs 5,. 1aoj ULIVI K
We waut everDody 'o kno% that w'
Gare whoiesaCe and rea.. erocers an
still a* the o:d a.. i. Nci Orlean
Grocery Co., JaPs Mi'upit, Prop.

WANTED---Your e:cctr.c work of all
klads. Let us ciean your !ans, re
Wr your dynamo, do your wiring. etc
pone 570. Pensacola Electric Co.
merer Intendencia and Bay en st:roets
ij unel n.
WA"NTh D-iiajiaig arinda trans-r
work. Olfce phone ^63. ReNsden:c
phone 390. Acosta & White, .2-'. N.
Tarraona. 2mch
PARTIEMS wo want to re*' hou s,
maem- or anything else for taat
mAtr. will flnd The Journal Wait
As a great helpi
WANTED---Orsieri for The Journal't
pe"i Pensacola and P&uaia Canal
ttios, which will shortly appear.
WIU Satalna half-tone pictures of city.
bartor and special scenes. 15 cents.
,eave o' dere at Journal office
'ANT.ILD--Second a-L&nd Corn, Oat
sal cotton seed meal sacks. Out of
.W shipments. sclicted. Write usa
F'. S MelleU & Co. 20marchim
a.. JSI BI ,jAM want. your movm.f
and hauling. He guarantees all break-
age. Phone f3.
SIDCO -ttAAND Y'UtoNlstA.. Hoase-
hold Articles, Jewelry and any sait
abte Article wanted. We pay caes
for It. Addre P. 0. Box 3M City.
TI& HiNeIAL BUtiaNki$b Is our
Specialty ad you buslat.' w
have car-eful attti.. D. Hale WU-
Mam Oft


Se Let us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We intend to

stiok by the post of our duty and make the interest of our
clients our first consideration. Do not lose faith in your in-
vestments or sacrifice your home. Pensacola real estate is
Neworth as much to-day as lt ever was. We offer f 6

A Nice Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for $7
(2 per month, house in first-class condition, 1 01-

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


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Late security, or on good collateral, Monday evening at
at lowest rates. Leslie I. BBoota, 7:30 o'clock. A. toU
Fisher building. gan vitatlon is exte
Sto visiting Knights.
MONEY i LOA.NJI) on aany ad ao JOHN B. JONB.
' kn4s o persona property. payabe EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
wwkly or monthly. Wh a you n d Recorder.
woney. see me. J. A. Wilac- 22!j W.
government strot. Salisbury buliain4 Pensacola LOege No. 4, L o. O, P.
roomn ** 1de Pensacola lodge No. 4. I. O. O. p.
meets every Thursday evening at 7:S*
MONEI LOANaID on good real es at the new hall on West 4au1Us
te security It any ammoa a street. Visltlngs brethren ecarWeWy
Sale ilson & C0 invited. T. 0. SrrNs
aur2t B. R. WITKOV8lK, Becretery.
MONET LOANDV on ail kinds of pe REBRKAH SISTERi,
sonal property on short ntUa Naeomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekah v
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstai tenrs cets every Monday ailM at
28% South Palafox St., Phono 1144 I o'clock in L O. 0. V. Ha.,
6nov ittiE sisters cordially invited to h.

UNIUMITED amoutt of mony f to n f0
oa dil kinda o persoaal pr ipM.
Special rates to bausiess men ona large
loans. The New Yorkt L Co., 214%
South Palafo.

Cashman's PawnSheI.
402 8. PALAFOX ST.
Watches. Chains, Rings and all kads
of coUltesal security at lowet rate *(
interest Begalas la usredomo4e

Wby We AAre Thirsty.
The sensation of thirst is caused by a
lack of fluids In the system. In a
state of health It Indicates that the
body wants moisture. We should dis-
tinguish natural thirst from that caused
by stimulating food and beverages,
which produce a fever in the organs of
digestion. Thirst Is, caused by a fail-
ure of the salivary and other glands to
secrete a proper amount of fluid for
use in the stomach. It is possible to
quench thirst not only by the ordinary
means, but through the blood vessels
and the skin. Much of the water drunk
passes out through the skin by means
of the blood vessels and Is known as
unconscious perspiration. It is a well
known fact that the loss of blood is al-
ways followed by intense thirst. Thls
thirst is one of the most harrowing
features of a battledeld, as every old
soldier knows. The reason for It is
that, the blood vessels being drained of
their moisture, the skin becomes parch-
ed and every pore is changed into a
thirsty mouth. Thirst accompanies fe-
vers, but Its causes are local, being due
to dryness In the throat and mouth,
the result of a high temperature.
A Quaint 014 Ceremony. I
This Is one of many quaint cere-
monies that take place at the Church
of St. (4ildas. in Brittany, on the feast
day of the patron saint. Two or three
thousand peasants on horseback ride
In procession three times round the
church and then proceed to draw water
from the sacred well close by and
pour It over their animals in the be-
lief that it will act as a sure preventive
of accidents and disease.
Meanwhile the women aside the
church are engaged in standing in a
stone sarcophagus supposed to have
ontalaed the body of the saint. lTis
a looked upon as a certain cure for
toothache. But the most important of
all the ceremonies Is the tbhowlag of
a fowl from the tower of the church
o the people below. It Is teor to pieces
n an instant, and the man who Is for-,
unate enough to secure the head is
ooked upon as a champion, while his
)arlsh Is regarded as sure to secum
he best harvest

cral. swift.
Swift's sardonic saying that a ma
who marries "thrusts his hand Into a
sackful of snakes em the dchace of find-
Itg an olI" is often quoted as the Ara-
blan proverb and someAtmes attributed
to a later misWoul t, but hardly ever
assigned to Its real author. Every one,
however, recognses as Swiftian the
following sayings expressive of the un-
happiness of marriage and of the eas
of this unhappiness: 'Venus a beauti-
ful, good nature lady was the god-
deNs of love; Juma, a terrible srew,
tbe goddes of mTlarrgp-md they
were always mortal eenmites." "T'e
reason why so few marriages are bar-
py Is beesume young ladles spend their
time In makig na non t In makiag
capeu."-T. P.Ps TAmien Weekly.

present, MRS. S. DeTHAY-R.

M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first ane
third Wednesda/ evening at 7:30 p.
m., lRafford Hall. No. 10 West latesw
dencia Street.
A. G FELL, Pres,

Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W.
meets in Pythian Hall lIt and 3r6
Wednesday in each month. VisltlaU
, sovereigns cordially Ilnvted.
IJLSLIE E. BROOk..., Clerk. ,
W. O. C., Oak Grove. No. 4,
Woodmuen Circle mepts last Th'zrsday
of each mi.'nth at 3:30 p. m., 2rd floor
Wht-rn building, southwest corner
t-u,arox andl Garden strers. V-iiting
sovereigns cordially invite J. Mr. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olset

Office, Brosnaham building, next
to Pensacola Business College.
Primp' attention always given
j to h'irinoqq P.nsaecla. a1. x


The Greatest Deteotive of Fletis



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John White
Outfitter to Men and Boys -
205o207 S. Palalox.
Phone 225.

Iro!essonal Directory.

Seem 405 Thicaen Building.


PHONE 559.

Attneyand Counsecllo
106 East Government St
General Law Practic


Seem 50 Thiehen B'ld. Phone 734.

Fisher Building. 204'2 South Palafox
PHONE 525.

Room 8, Brent Budloing. P


'hone, 86.

Office at No. 7 8S. Palarcx, Blount
GBuild ing
Office Hcurs--S:30 to 11 a. a., and
2 to 5 p. m.
]RcsideuTce. 0 N..- h Palafox. Phone
6--two rines. Offlee Phone 66.
Surdays--Subh.'t to, calL

gral Al,. $risments$

Sea(,'.l,,: ,- f1, :. y removal of
garbage' fniii t i. .1l Pen aa. iM
for Ih* t) : 1. : 0 tottr '.
Publi V :,, :: x lia ::. .
her ':, :'.,. i, rtaop. c' a "
Ing bi I- .', .':.' : *'Garbage-
Sealed Bid." S i,' ; ,r II >
fgive a :"iel :., :r -u:: of ,':
t.hous : ,: a'- T' t -' (o reje -
any an,: a' '. r r\. ,
1IsLept, Mayo'r.

No'*. of -' A :' ; :' fr I'Trm t.")
Sel! ILi : :. t B'' h -".-
as. 1)\ N \ \ N par:
aers (r ,: si. .' t .:' I,

the f-n i:.:.
have 'ti< : %x ..- ,
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an. \
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General Dealer in




Mayor Bliss Says He Alone Is
Responsible for Them and
Will Continue Practice.

S i'ofr P i-i o'a .- r"',a
l l r, i 1 ,) ; ; wa :. ; ; I f i;.< I .tl h.
biii.i i1 0 : : ...". ,1 .:i ; ::i. ; i: u.' ni.I : .
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I .\ -~ "'i s. : !1ha :, i-:i< in'II O
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I lav no: a: any 'i;. e> p; bi !lhe
I ilh"i::" f.: 'n,.' * B ar ,aof H .a.'
:,r ha', I .- n t 'i a'iy *': 1i i ."
I"" "' I a- I 'he'' i :' E ii :.
; '. ii 'r i a i -' I hiave ''
a- i. i: a ; ia.:: of I
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A Dollar's Worthf


in the

Tug Botts Not Included.

A 1

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"( F ah ;i; :- .... Governv
S x\v,-, ir' ".re', .'- ir'S <(: e'1 r. size anil desc'rit)p-
P, ;, '-;:.,1 a ',n }I>a iin ti,:\.x i Pensacola an l
Sa a. an': :, in:.- on :;iper bay. an .' Choctawhat
rt : :..,':n tr t'.5( S.)und.- l u']l il 15
"1. F'r(ith boats *' every size
;H of my offic- and des'riptlon playing between Pen-
s. and i:d no* saco'a anl poin's on upper bay an-'

Niceto. Span ss, Bervtigui,


Steamsnip .
August Belmont, Br .,s. Barnes, 2 17,
Tampi(.o o Gulf Transit Co.
Dulcie, Br s-, Harrison, 1285, Faro
to J. A. Merritt, & Co.
Ernesto, Spat.i ss, OUachea, 1691,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co.
Hesleyside, Dr. ss, Bediington, 1687 -
St. Vincent.
Ida, Span ss, Aranao, Liverpool to
Gulf Transit Co.
Kelvingrove, Br ss, McLennan,
193>. Newcas:-l-on--Tyne to. master.
Maristone. Br ss, Prout, 2513, Nor
folk to or,'er.
Br. ss Mariner, Capt. Bubb, from
New Orleans.
Santanderino. Span ss, Equrrola,
1,I14. Tampa.
Simonside, Pr ss, Robson. 1958.
Sinderland to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Trident, Br ss, Inn.,s. 2036, Cardiff

FOB Bicycles, Bicycle SundriesCT
and Ffttmgs.
Iron Safes, Cash Re-isters, Type-
writers, Guns. Pistoels Locks and Um-
brellas repaired.
All Carrying Freight Will Be Cor- wn Mowers, Scissors, Knives,
pelled to go Into Quarantine ciMost complete line keys ln th
Try Hooton's Messn-ger Service
for Five Days. when in a hurry to send messages.

Stace Health Officer Porter yester 12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
i.iv :ssudl a bulletin regarding the, PHONE 1133.
''partur.. of freighters from Pensa- O--
(,,a f,,tr prus on !e upper bay and WRIHT
Sind aud in Chootav.ahatchee sound. II ilT O
"*}., ' Ss' of any size or dcscrI.ption will' and Dealers In
allcxe2. t.o eiave por: for lil above- LUMBER. LATHS. SAWEDL CPRESS
i:nts without fir-: gd.Zi;' in.o quaran- SHINGLES AND KILN.
ret and O ai ainng ih.re for a period DRIED SAPS.
fix ( .a., >.-



and every day's neglect on y mr part t, i .-ure .our life
but jeopardizes your family's welfare.


Fire, Life.

Knowles Bros.

Gen'l Agts

The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and higher
interest rate thbn any company doing business in Florida
ls abould be esy for you to decide the reL.

B. Willams, General Agent


Bar K.

TURPENTINE STILs i Fiery Cros. Nor lk. C:aussen, 1399 "vWsA&. r
|ani rO .,, LS. Ccrk, to masto-. o
TRETN QIIL* *Garil)aldi. Ital bh;, Ageno, 134S, #
MCMill Bros. Co. Nor bk, Kden, 771. o- Iron W works and S supply C o. w
Manufacturers, '(,r to ,",er. bn Manufacturers and Repaliers of
-.'a :aro2a ra Port hk. Carreia, FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
S ,'.IW r-ri-r. Nor )rk, T(i):iw.,ron, 80o. Prompt attention gi ,en to a.l orders, day er :;-"t. Agents
M A RE T -8I : tt(rdam. for James McKay & Co.'s ceebra:ed Log and Tin ,.,er Dog,., also
cNaval ket.hooner. Chairs of all descriptions.
Naval Stores Market. chooners. O Pon 1,3 PHIL WTTMAN. Mgr.
Savinnah. Ga., Sept. 19.-The naval Donna ChristCna, Am sch, Axelsen, Office Phone 1one23. PHIL WITMAN. MgBox 123r.
soles arke. clsed to-day as lo'- 1'5 l Belize to mac;:-r. '7 Residence P-one 1029. P Box 123. .'.

WW W .... ................... 5
NW G ................ ......... 5
N ..... ............... .......4
S ............................ 4
K o .. . .. .. .. .. .. .... 4
I ..... ....... 4

" ,', ; ", *,- .; .' i, -::is n to lho'sound and on Cioc'awhatch',' sound .. .. .................. 4
1. 1 \: ,'oro>. hr will le required herniatter to "lay out" G ........ ............ ..4 40
I ,, t:' i'.. i :.,'a\ r, ;o live ,lavs ,''n ;on at the Santa Rosa F *.. ... ..... .. .. ....4 35
o.t Dr I, '' : ..: .;,- .i-a quarantine station inler theimmediat, .. ...... ...... ............ 4
1-:-f 1he p 'i a:t: .il'a- :is xcite- hare' an,' suporvi.on of the medical ......... .... 3
nit t11 and ctnj '.i h :.se' rtpo'-s. He offief'r of the 1'. S. 'Fublic Health ana. p .......................3 35
c:aim ., !ha- hi, \ !oo iusy' t do Marine Hosp:ial Srvice. At the end Spirits Turpentine 62 cents.
thi.. bu sa:,. 'r Maor, if t'): want of five days if the personnel of the
) o' ri.:. u an ha\. :ha crew are not sick or show evidence e of COTTON
j]l, yourn.,, l ha\, not ,h. .;.!i' ,,.,i o :l'nw fever ht will release the vessel! O T
bither w:'h it ir 1boa: and give the necessary pra- The following cotton quotations are
B.-fore i-.:ng any bul:l','ins I o!- t:que certificate. !reported for The Journal daily by C.
tainted ni' inforn; ija d.r-l.y iro- "2. Under no other conditions ex- Gunter Elmore. F. 0. B. cotton broker,
th1*'linr.,-, Dr. Porn r was to, c,,It those mentioned above can Pensacola, Fla.:
busy ;0 !i \le m. the inF >rimation or fr'izhlter be allowed into and leave
r ,-red :, -. u D:- And, rsn. 'who is tone'i Good Midaling ...... ...........101
a'ent f' ,r 'hi St'1 Br)ar, of Health. 'fL. Iieut. Alexander. U. S. Revenue -Strict Middling ................10
':.d had : a- ma:': in h: n i,. Dr. An- Cutter S'rvice. in charge of the wa- Middling. .. .. ............... 97
I',rs i-n ha .' ln v.. t. c(', ir ,. js in giv. tr patrol of the harbor and bay, will Strict Low Middling.. .......... 9
iz n., it, rn':an.;- .*, im, II ; ,' '"hat thoo> r -.i'azions are carried Stains and Tinges % to 1 cent lower.
I ;ar,. a .i tor it wti. ;is-,',;, o,,', 't u W o th. i''-er. and that freighters
X. xcpio)n v N' ht wa ,'Is o b)is-' fr ,-a\ing the ('TNy wlharve- go direct to New York Quotations
s 'il ho' i- .:',In: a rep,'t Santa il.a quarantine station. ew York Quotations,
I hav. : :d ,lc ,, ,r :-.n "!OSI:: Y. PORTER, New York. Sept. 19.-The following
I have ri- ix,'i i, in r cnri ',)"h, vh i "'Siate H alth Officer.- art_ the ruling cotton quotations to
I 'f h, 11 alth Officer.- day:
!i x, f> > : c;)t*-. rit s)Io ii I' i ,. 'is O C I
,' ,:in. ,x wi'hut,; e:'-in.: i:,'r.,;,a- The fooling of inmpending doom In a October ...... ..10.38 10.47
i ,n fr"., r. A, u:'",n the minds of man- -victims of Bright's Decmber. .0.43 0l4d.
S I' 'o :,- .- in-e. Ir. P ,or:er s I ;.- ,'i-e:.se and dia ,' ,,s has been chang-1 .. 1.. "
;z ,:* i ,e the advisib:i' t of only (, io thankfulne-- by the benefit Liverpool Quotatons.
n a k in e bulietir a daN in order "'. rived from taking Foley's Kidney I. 1
.t c- -..,-mr ('fromt c i on :) Cure. It will ctre inci'nptent B-ights -Liverpool, Sept. 19.-The following
< s .., t, ra.k:: a;..,:. ',t ,i' ::, iabotes and even in th,- wors- casq are the ruling cotton quotation today:
I. gives comfort and rcif Slight dis-, Open Closqe
1 sa c-!rv. in a'i ",i' *nr i'i as. t'. or iers are curod in a fow days. "I .- No .. .. .. ........547 5.51
O'f." '',], I: i, ',' ;i h: an,! had diabeoes in it wo,': form." writes o .-Dec.. .. .. .. .. ...0 5.54
.--t~ ... ,s 'i- ,''I -'i":tI t ' ,,- i., *h. nf,-:,", a,,in as I tried eieht phi -tns 'ith relief. Only Low rates at Southern Hotel for!
: ",,: ,"., ,three b : a . :,",- k...;> '.. i)i'!c n eade mne a well man." W A
:it.;" n .;h t '" ,m. gv- D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe BIRD CUSTOMS.
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I am 'I 1T'a' : po op'
ii. o .,, '; "', ", -, i ,i't GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILL%
1- in po-:,,II: I. i'..'it : a ta' L v, M. F. GONZALEZ & CO.. Props.
: ,Ii ', pas: or ina i manufacturers
bli n.,' i i. t I' f :unra. CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
I am n a i,-c ir. Mr. Editor. nor a STOCK FEED.
I n..- ian. at, i ,II) ,: ok.,ow any- Buy your meal and stock feed from
;',,i: vl:)w fv,.- I do know. the home manufacturer, encouraging.
...: a .,e ,tors hve c h ome industry, contribute to home
S" t,,, a n:b ,- of aies in labor, and leave your money In tyow
S ., -! w f r. a ha city.

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Dove's Now In a Fiffht.
An Englishman, Edmond Selous, has
been watching doves at play and in
combat Of the habit of "billing," In
which so many birds engage when they
are nesting, he says: "Where birds now
merely 'bill,' they once, in my opinlon
fed each other, or the male fed the fe
male, but pleasure came to be experi-
enced in the contact alone, and the pas-
@age of food, which was never neces-
sary, gradually became obsolete. I
think it by no means improbable that
our own kissing may have originated
In much the same way, and that birds
when thus 'billing' experience the same
sort of pleasure that we do when we
kiss must be quite obvious to any one
who has watched them."
Of a peculiarity of the stock dove Mr.
Selous writes: "*'When these birds fight
they constantly interrupt the flow of
the combat by bowing in the most ab-
surd way, not to one another, but gen-
erally, so to speak, for no object or
purpose whatever, apparently, but only
because they must do so The fact Is
the bow has become a formula of court-
ship, and, as courting and fighting are
intimately connected, the one suggests
the other in the mind of the bird, who
bows all at one under a misco.clp


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lEimna, Br sch, lHineLery, 299 Ha _
vana. .
Hjalmar, Am sch, Axc'son, 55, Key'
W ":- t--) Guf Tran it Co.
Noas, Rus sch, Sneeise, 333, Glou-
cester to Master.
Don't let the lIttle ones suffer from
eczema or oth:lr torturing skin dis-
ea-e. No n.l 'nir it. Doan's Oint-
n' n curt's. C'an', harm th. most del tII 0 -- f d
i(ate skin. At any drug store,, 5
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Sound Waves.
The sensation of sound, as Is well
known, is produced by a certain to and
fro or wave-like movement of the air
striking upon the drum of the ear and
so setting it in vibration. Each sound
wave consists of two portions, in one
of which the air is compressed beyond
and In the other rarefied below the av-
erage pressure. If two sound waves
are traveling in the same direction, but
one of them starts half a wave length
behind the other, the compressed half
of one will fall upon the rarefied half
of the other, the average air pressure
will remain undisturbed, and the two
sounds will combine to produce silence.
If a sounding tuning fork be slowly
rotated near the ear four positions will
be found !n which the sound will be
barely audible. This is due to such in-
terference of sound waves as has been

How to Cut Glass.
Glass can be cut without a diamond,
and the way Is very simple. Dip a
piece of common string in alcohol and
(liqeeze it reasonably dry. Then tie
the string tightly around the glass on
the line of cutting. Touch a match to
the string and let It burn off. The
beat of the burning string will weaken
the glass In this particular place. While
It is hot plunge the glass under water,
letting the arm go under well to the
elbow, so there will be no vibration
when the glass is struck. With the
free hand strike the glass outside the
line of cutting, giving a quick, sharp
stroke with any long flat instrument,
such as a stick of wood or a long
bladed knife, and the cut will as clean
and straight as If made by a regular
glass cutter.
Napoleon Before the Conventlom.
When Barras introduced Napoleon to
the convention as a tit man to be In-
trusted with the command the presi-
dent asked:
"Are you willing to undertake the
defense of the convention?"
"Yes," was the reply. After a time
the president continued:
"Are you aware of the magnitude of
the undertaking?"
"Perfectly," replied Napoleon, fixing
his eyes upon his questioner, "and I
am in the habit of accomplishing that
which I undertake."

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The Waterproof Face.
I am convinced that our solemnity of Hendrix & Carpen-er will furnish
demeanor Is generated by our gray estimates on building and painting.
kies. our piercing east winds, our and give personal attention to work.
heavy, yellow fogs and our slushy 932 E. Strong, and 624 East LaRua
oads and pavements. The waterproof street.
ace is the direct result of a flrma- -
nent of lead. Many of us Eflsb .I M _7'; (-Ortinz t Co, wholesa'.
people look like incarnate um alnd tetail ',:I hand,'ers and grocers.
ondon Queen. o the ly fi ': s se te kind
:n Pensaco'a. Fa:r 'eto all.

Precise Aunt (trying to amuse little
Kate, who has come to spend the day'
-Oh, see pussy washing her face: Lit
tie Kate (with scorn)-She's not wash.
ing her face: she's washIng her feet
and wiping them on her face!
Entirely Pabalous.
She-I thought his wealth was some-
thing fabulous. He-So it was. His
books show that he has Leen insolvent
for years.

Gout. whicb is the rich mans dis-
ease. is said to be curative by living
on 10 cents a day ~-4-arng It

Why use infer:.r paner, when yo.i
van b'jy Kelso liol -( r.'" I.mity.
Kara Linen, or Cra:.,,-' iior.d at C. V.
T. -n'msn s 2"0 S. Paiafox.
Low rates a- South-rna Hotel totr
rooms and boar!.
f Neither the ..ap'aln. own-
ers nor consigneps of -',
jBr. ss "*Saba v.;li oc r:-
spons.bie for df-bt: fo r.
tract by th' crew of said

H. E. HOLIDAY. Master.





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We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the



Phone 1052.



Fisher Building.



No Headaches

No Backache!

as long as you drink



The Offklal Whiskey of the United States Government,



>Order "wcxjro
frezma tho
Consumers" Ice and Fuel Company.
Office--Corner Chace an'' Tarragona. Phone 259. *

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Kitchen is a I


and dirt incident to
akcs the kitchen as
oin in the house.

Phone 143.
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Kaiser Gor ship Martin 1180, Bre-
men 'o Master.


Tha'- w .a's xronz with
manr .- : ol read-' *t-wear

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high c g a- -a: an ri:s .oTr

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For the comfort and con-
venience of your jour-
ney. whether it be by
land or water. v.e have a
variety of such requisites
as Trunks, Suit Cases.



hor- thl'an a: m--1st stores,
and lon-< r se rvice, be-
cause ha .- re the best
qua' iy goods that can be

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

Phone 297

Cor. Main and Palafox Sts.

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The Gas Range in the

Great Aid to Ciea

It does away with all the sm-,ke
the use of coal and wood, and m
easily kept clean as any other rox

27 East Garden Street.


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