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 22, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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--Poreign and domestic--Furnished by The Associated 1


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awid Saturday; light south j alwas read by nearly
winds the people.















IllBI IBy Assocl td Pres. fopmeol him of the desire of Emperor rI r
Ul I I Oyster Bay. Sept. 21.-Sectary of Nichol of ho of Russia, to call a peace I f
State Elihu Root, Senator Henry Cabot conference which will be supplemen-
Lodge and Jos. rt. Coaote, former tal to the work done Laree years ago.
r 'American Ambassaabr to OGreat Bri- The visit of Ambassador Rosen was
that Yellow Feer Will tln, held an important conference -Oso made with a view of ascertaining Battleship Probably Wrecked by
a th President Roosevelt today. It whether President Rooevelt would be
Suddely May Be was learned the most important in- qlute willing to waive any claim h'i Outside Explosion Followed by
ternational question considered at the might have on the calling of a con-
Veified conference was relating to the second fcrenee because of the steps he took Explosion in Magazine.
Seace conference to be held at The last year, so that Emperor Nicholas
Hague. might himself issue the call. The!
The president explained to his vils- president expressed himself as delight-
0 \tS I B I I T 'orb that on September 13, Ambassa- ed to yield to the wish of the Russian' NAVAL FLEETS OF JAPAN AND
0 S I B ILI Y dokr Rosen had visited him and in-EOnmparor. RUSSIA ARRANGE AN ARMIS-


Infection Will Benquired H SMITH WS PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Vigoosly. Ug o U Ie1 SMI H











By Associated Press.
Chicago, Sept. 21--Fines aggregat-
ing twenty-five thousand dollars were
imposed by Judge Humphreys in the
United States District Court today on
four officials of the Schwarzchild and
Sulzberger Packing Company on a
plea of guilty to indic:monts charging
conspiracy to accept rebates. Tne
defendants are Samuel Well, president
of the company, who wan assessed ten
thousand dollars: B. S. Cusey, traffic



By Associated Press.
Tokio, Sept. 21.-Regarding the loss I hU II llU W
of the battleship Mikasa in Sasebo
harbor, strong doubt is entertained
that it was caused by the fire which
started at the base of the main mast.
It is thought by some that it must have
been o'ue to an explosion from the out-
slate followed by a greater explosion
ii: the magazine. Otherwise the dis-
aqtpr iiz d -.lap;i i b *l ..P RiiamW U nink hv Rtraat P8r

Bottle of Alcohol Canght Fire and; Postponed One Month on Account action.
,m,( ,i ,,?^-^.^- Exploded in His of Prevailence of Yel- NAVAL FLEETS MET AND
New Orean Sept :.-Fol- Hnd. low Fever.Vdivostok, Sept. 21.-The Rssian
t.- lowing is -he official :-eport to 6 Vladivostok, Sept. 21.-The Rssian
Sp.m.: and Japanese squadrons, co:,niandled
S a. 3tt o respec:ivc--! by Rear Admiral .Jessen
Ntw cases today. 3; total to 0 Smith, senior member of the The public schools of th-e city will and Vice A.-:mral Shimianiura. nm:. in
S Deaths today, 4; total to firm of O. H. Smith & Son, was badly not open for the term until November, Koruiloff ;,: on S,;ptmnbcr 1ti and
date. 355. burned yesterday afternoon at his of- 1st, one month later than the usual arranged terms of the navai armist ice.
New foci, 9. fice on South Palafox street, by th-e date for the term to commence. BARON KOMURA IS
*- Cases under treatment 319. explosion of a bottle of alcohol, which This was decided upon yesterday BARON OUA SGE
SCa.es discharged. 2051. NOW OUT OF DANGER
e h he was holding In his hand. when a meeting of the Board of Pub-
<*#: #,< #-44i #tf* Mr. Smith decided to fumigate his lie Instruction was held, and is due to New York. Sept. 21.-The f-'llowin-g
office in the afternoon, and consequent- the prevala'nce here of yellow fever, bulletin relative to the condition of
New Orleans, Sept. 21.-The ly secured a pan ant filled it with sul I The schools were to have opened on Baron Komura was Issuesy tonight:
weather during the present month phur, intending to burn this during October 2nd, but after considering thae so steadily that attending physicians
haL thus far had all the characteris- the afternoon. In addition he had a matter the board came to the conclu, think it not necessary to issue any
tics of Sepiemwur weaher Ma pre- bottle of alcohol. son that it would not be wise to open more bulletins unless there is some
vjuus years, Rii hot dA s and oooi Just before he Intended Ighting the t s t ci change."
rights and with trequ.unt rains, buL sulphur he left the eGee for a few the schools an' have hundreds of chil-
den asasOmble together, which might OL CS
in ke ma.tte: uo plague comparisons, moments. During his absence the cause the spread of the yel CHOLERA CASES
polsbly cause the spread of the yel-
hat. been aot-Aier in tasor of ltu office boy decided to experiment some,. cw fever, so it was thought best to
present yeat. and securing a match started fire postponethe opening to November 1.AND THREE EATH
Di. White s warning before the under the sulphur. When Mr. Smit when it thought the fever will be
reonth of Sepvtmber %as enercd up rrturnoao he was not aware of thls,and Iwhen it is thought the fever will be
in sprinkling the alcohol placed some stamped out here. Special to The Journal.
on, tat u.e:e must be exceptuoxa upon the burning sulphur. Immediate- Even had the schools been opened Berlin. Sept. 21.-An oticial nuie-
1.iiauct in preseliau breeding at 1 there was a flare up. The blag. og the date set, It is more than prob- tin announces that during the twenty-
lau-,qultoes. u couu,.ea nbad the couL followed the alcohol to the bottle and able that the attendance would harve four hours ending at noon today. five
lemLpi.a.t- eeft.,, ta minarked improvt- there was an explosion, the burning been very slim, as parents would have, new cases of cholera and three
ueL in Lae biiatiou Luady iLica,- a.(o)hol, almost covering Mr. Smith. been afraid to send their children out deaths have been reported. making
ieut in e uao ta 4 His coat and hat were on ire at one and allow them to mingle with large the totals to date, 227 cases and 78
inf the po it. r. nan Dr. Vhdie s m-., and in his efforts to entinguish crowds of pupils., deaths.
prr-.Act'uon tlidt tie It,--r ., gu awj.. them he was burned more severely

U Lt, gleai buutaItus il., Dc I Ii than would otherwise have 1
leu. case. As !t was both hands
zea. ac, and neck were ba'ly bur
That author:'ies sa, cld Ioc: ar, Reports from his home la
daii. tweiusa fx ,..; andU tnt v;evw ere to the effect that he wai
loci piUonpij, rIvpjt-i' anI o easy.
th<'rouB>LIN cj. FitX m e is tie P :'-)-n
kaui;. or.ic uagel i;um he It GREEN-GAYNOR
ntadry lue 1.ion.
Coudituons aouve Caaal street are: ( ASF PPRS Dl

(aubtug L~it at.urte. much gratilf-
cadIA. fntlt ..a,.A.:. ,i 1(dlat.
loto -ec a& ;,,i i t.t-a ,areA, Luil

W ilhe CI '"A.. d14. i o t 'act CLthl, th'
II iha!- bek'j. 11011F.1', Ithere accor-d-
!9to tIn it .~ uLAt toe' hoot. aud
I txct-p: III a Zt .t- a cc. nesTe Ila',

been the
and his
st nigh'
s resting

IF n

VU"IV-- v1 I V laLABP

By Associated Press.
Montreal, Sept. 21.-The decision ia
'h( GreeneGaynor case has been
again pospined. It was expected to-i
da1 but it was announced the find-'
*nzs would be handed down Satur-

bettl ttO I n :",a, n .Iei('11 8I~~* %. P

of Lhe dUeS- :o(i' ol:i.':z WISJIR ESTATE:

letting it in Ti.. apu agreed oz .. -:.ie:. th. t. a:.
board at van nr. i.i : .\ and i '.
cit,. loa d a: '...er .\ :'::rd theory
heX: by official; m,;cr.-: who havc In-
%estigatej thie .shiee;
Returned Home.
$Sam Ro-.e; ;n : ;:i,,i yes',iray
from LaI;,sv ;:1 w;,. i 1 went *,: ;A
his famiz' svc'-a %,- ks az,, T':., rc.s
of tvh aimi. wi.t: :,a..n heIt S.o;:c
Lme ye:

By Associated Prear.
Fhiladelphia, Sept. 21.-Under th
'rpviL ions of the will of General Isaac
Wis:er. the well known financier andl
railroad man. which was admitted to
;probate today, the bulk of the estat-'.
*oz:l.Ler w.,h the brain and right arm
of the tesat;or tIs bequeathed to the'
W'ste.r Ins i'ute of Anatomy and Bio:-,
,,gv of th? University of Pennsylvania
wh:-h he founded. The estimasi
vauc of the estate is over two mil-
*io d-Il.ars.

When Taft Gets Home.

DU56y M15 UlSUR UC lOLI f I
and He Was Thrown to
the Ground.

Captain John B. Guttmann had a nar- Painters in the employ of the Louis-
row escape from serious injury, or ville and Nashville railroad will today
possible death yesterday, wnen their commence the work of painting the
buggy in which he was seated, was warehouse of the company on Tarra-
struck by a stree; car. He was thrown gona wharf. This work was ordered
to tL. :,reet, an.! although slightly some time since, but this Is the firet
bruised at: I shocked, received no opportunity that the men have had of
other injury. A negro boy, who was reaching the city and commencing the
driving the buggy, was injured inter- work.
nallN, and his condition is considered The task is a stupedous one, inas-
j much as the men will not .aly paint
serious. the immense warehouse, but also thi
Captain Gurtman was ~-ing north grain conveyor from the elevator, and
on Barcelona street to his home when it is very probable that Mo thaa a
the accident occurred. The negro iat9h tM e rl Mdj e
driving the buggy attempted to cross i b els of
the street car track at the corner ofIready mIred hem for the work, an
Gregory and Barcelona and dio. not kt is probable that more will be re
rotice the approach of a street car, celver later.
which was coming at fa^t peed. The big warehouse has not received
The buggy hMd hardly reached the'a cost of paint since Its construction
center of the track before the car a number of years since, and when
struck it. Both occupants were thrown the men have finished their work it
t.- the ground, the horse knocked down will add materially to its appearance
and the buggy smashed to pieces.
Physicians were summoned as soon LFTTfR CAIftFRS
as possible and Captain Guttmann's l I IULIM v
injuries wera foun'- to be not of a cer-
i4us character. The negro, however, IN A BIG ROW
was hardly hurt.
IBt AmmAiAtad PommkiL

t manager, Vance D. Skipworth and IL
C. Tood, assistant traffic manager,
who were fined ftre thousand dollars
The plea was entered with a declar-
ation that the life of Samuel Well, an
officer of the company Aas in jeopardy
under the stigma of th' indictment
and with the understandiu that the;
jail part of the sentence was not to!
be imposed but that a fine be levied.
The same concession was made In the
other cases.



Big Force of Men Here to Com-

menoe this Work-Will be
Pushed Raoidlv.

Indianapolis, Sept 21.-At this
mornings session of the National Ru-
ral Letter Carriers Asscciation a mo-
tion to have President Cunningham
retain office for one year longer was
carried by a large majority. As a
result possibility about ten states that
are unfriendly to the president will
drop out of the association and start
a rival organization. It is related
that a committee has already been ap-
pointed by those opposed to Cunning-
ham to draw up a constitution for the
new body.



By Associated Press.
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 21.-JF Na-
tional Life Underwriters Association
today elected the following officers:
President, C. W. Scovel, of Pittsburg,
First Vice President Geo. Benham, of
St. Louis; Second Vive President F.
E. McMullen of New York; Third
Vice President Col. Robert Shedden
of Atlanta; Secretary Ernest J. Clarke
o- Baltimore; T: -..-"-er Eli D. Weeks
of Lktchfield, Conn.
I'te next annual meeting will be
held at St. Louis, the date to be fixed
by the executive committee.








All Patients Have Been Under
Close Surveillance for
Several Days.


Homes Near Where Fever Has Oo-
cured Should be Fumigated.





* A summary of the fear sit- *
Stion up to last night is as *
* follows: :
* New cases, six; total to *
Sdate, 55.
* Dea'hs, none; total to date, *
* nine.
* Cases under treatment, 14 i
cases discharged, 32. 0

The yellow fever situation of yester-
day showed no inprovement. In fact
it bowed small increase in the
60"n Uthere behg sIx o ew

Wu W vIOUVWOp A.. *rpur;a upte-f-f
lat ight at the headquarters of the
State Board of Health.
The Nekv Cases.

The new cases are as follows:
George Hall, No. 420 West Cervan-
tea street.
R. L. Williams, No. 414 East Main
Jas. Johna.s, No. 414 Buat Main
William Stone, coloredd), No. 810
West JaUdson street.
John F. Wilson, N dencia street.
Clara Geri, No. 206 But Cbunlt
All of these cases have 'been under
close surveillance by the physicians
for the past few days, but could not
be pronounced upon until yesterday.
Every precaution possible has beo
taken to prevent a spread of the 4di.
ease and the patients are in acreed
houses, where there Is no postble
chance for mosquitoes to enter.
In addition to the number of pro.
nounced cases there are also a num-
ber of suspiLIvas ones, which are now
being closely watched, but which the
physicians hope will develop nato
other types than yellow fever.
A summary of the disease up to
date shows that fifty-five cases have
occurred, and that today there are
fourteen cases under teatumet.
Some Exctmenmnt

Some excitement was created upoa
the streets yesterday afternoon, w'ee,
rumors and false statements were cir
culated regarding the fumigatioh t-
the home of J. N. Andrews on Beas
Wright steet, near whica a case had
developed. Mr. Andrews objected to
the fumigation of his home., aa
WOuld nor allopw the men to ent-

ON GU] CO1A^ST Complaint was made to the police aa4
assistance called for, but the marsh
claimed that he had no authoWty a
By Associated Press. the premises and he was backed -
Jackson, Sept. 21.-The MississippiI by the city attorney. The matter was
vfilow fewr summary for the past
y," e s f finally adjusted, Mr. Andrews are
twenty-four hours is as follows:lly r. Adrews are
Natchez, threat new cases, onej Ing to allow the fumigation to pMa
'd(-ath. ceed, which will be done this mora-
V!cksburg. three new cases, no; ing. "
deaths; 44 cases to date. The situation
Hamburg, one suspicious case, no
I deaths. The situation, while not so encor.-
No new cases were reported' from aging as it has been, 's nevertheless
an:. point on the Gulf coast. in such a state that it can be cor-
IFOUR DEATHS ON SHIP trolled by proper measures. All
FROM PORT OF MOBILE is necessary is for everyone to assist
those in charge of the work of stamp.
The following dispatch appeared in ing out the disease -rnd to pay no a&.
The Norwegian bark oag, Cat tention to the kickers -u. knockwrs.
Haavig, from Mobile for Buenos Ayres, who persist in giving their opinion
has put into Montevideo with mueh to anyone who will listen to theL.
-ickness on board. During the voyage The officials are doing everything tt
from Mobile the vessel had for death ___._
on board. (Continued on Pae Fie.


by Associated Pr;ss.

Southern League.
Atian- a 11 ... -, -.
.Mn~ nr~,.Mt :. L.m ~
Amserican League,
N e %YO -k, C a1. i -,fi rst*,ga me
Neu- York 2, Ch.ca~w tttseetrd
gattf I
Pb 1- qph ,a -l. C ,r1.

National League.
pi::zsburg 3, P-LLaltp',:a S F
gaflW I
P~zszsbur& 6, Pbhi!Adeipb:a 1. tSeX'oni

By Associated Press.
N w York, Sept. 21.--George W.
TP-rkirs. vice president of the New
York IAfe Insul.incc company, an-1
;, .-:.-r of the firm of J. P. Morgan
& 'o was on the "witness stand b-
torc the specac legislative committee
ro:n':n m-'hrt-a- of insurance com-
pantes during a greater part of today's
Ft ssion There was nothing of a sen-
sawional character in the testimony
today, thr only incident being wit-'
res ,s disclosure in the New Orleans
Trac'ion Syna3eate deal in which the:
in,-urancb company sstained a los:1
of over three hundred thousand dol-
.-.rs. Edmnud Randolph. treasurer oft
b company has been questioned,
:aher sharply regarding this transa.-i
t ;ion. i

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Lone Flshernma-Strange there ain't so mackerel In the bay.
"abt there's one of thee swordfish-

I wouldn't

In a little village eo Lour land num-
bertig aboet D00 ehabibtants I came upon
a oe-story tra.e bUllang hardly larger
thta a deg-house, sad yet It bore signs
"Banking and safe deposit vaults. Es-
tates cared for. Orphans taken nla charge.
Investments made for adults and minors.
Bouds bougltt and sold. Wills draws,
filed and probated. Widows a specialty.
PensIous secured. All law business
promptly attended to. Affidavits drawn.
Gold mines, ranches, farms, houses and
lots and vacant property bought and sold.
Interest allowed on deposits. Horses
bought and sold. Steamship and rail-
road ticket office. Fire and life insur-
Inilde the little office was a common-
looking man, who was smoking a clay
pipe and had his feet on the desk, and I
said to him:
""Are all these signs a joker'
"Not much," he replied. "I've been
the bigceat mau In this town for 10
years, and they can't down me. They

are goilg to have a slaglft-beool master
here tla tall, ard r getting ready to

"I've been the biggest man In this
town for tea years."

show him that he won't amount to small
potatoes when he arrives."

around, shiver me titrlners:

So. bo. you're the lad that's been driven 'em off. eh?

The C(al'ir -One's teeth re'!,lre so much lo.l:g after.
The Snmanl oy-That's so. Mm;nima :ost her lower set yesterday, afnd it took uas an hour to find 'em.

Pawn your winter ,overront. so as not
to be ,':. pt-d to wear It when the ther-
lnotniPtir marks 9, in the shade.
Don't ,.'i ry about anything, least of all
your ddebts.
If yon owe anybody a licking put It of
to O0 tolir.
Peopli- have been known to be sun-
struck in church. Therefore, run no uno
ne' eq.,ary risks.
Keep ('le-ar of soda water, root b-"r and
all sa< i I !itrgs-unzless the other feller
pays for them.
Don't tnke advantage of a hot day to
ask an iahihrnm:tn how he made $10,000 a
year on a sa;nry of r2,000.



I'll fix yon end maybe-

Tho'l be somethlt' doln' In the aekLernl I Tp evla.

Ms Cn~nvt!'itv'''- '.'pping is a cr1;

('T '! Iv o -fa'Ie nild H"vt!!l

:..-t 'austlquover Ire r--, ol' n

''.i '-rt 1:1 h a :' twita] t ofatd!n

v:".-, tir1r'd t o. M, 'r,.'f- Ito s') ra 'l". tbi

!n Tny I. .!. that I N-'1 .4 to (-:;! 'I on r or;'
t '-ip1 until I got Ci':t 'of !`:1.Igont to

11;sa ye n r I toattler-I ~ti;,11ry for luIau .
'"tl-taI win'; tol he vwas out.t or In
ti''I ~ 0t. 7- f'' ad 12 l1ed. ::11.41 huu~'-h I
Lvem' bott'r I iu.'et nwrry st !:~

tl~f stotea T od : l.. i e t. lli.jt-sti-'
:11141 n-. o:-"O ay ht in'.d tia:t the nrc'(:'
.~r-t w aq t..'l. I hlint!Lang to f-.t 'r
ta 1-1..; tim(. i'ult ho bal ind en(t(.n me at

"And dllti.] tl-g terp tiere?' was akd
,Y('.t. You calft pursue UIa man eyomd
the urare. can v.
-'u uf cA" ie nn-. bu~t I'mditn ntdIn
yc,!. It 3'it were a drummentr 'Aort't te
pow der to i.'ow y'ou up you wo. dl brr e
mar~ruied his vwiilo'rvanrd steppe~l In to a
g.cdthliita. Say, you Newr York fl11crs
Ur Le tlet rs In somne t~dngs. bUtt it ieit It

Pawn Yolr winter M

nme that they pit:n.la very heavily in thI!s

your relatives a::"y cals(, t:r-l,'te.

Scorn's rl-l't <'own to a renl old1 hannn-Zi
vyo nIn't 1;: It. !';irsu'i( ti man for 14
;oig y.; :ris :.:ud thi. didn't ai;irry his

!flicy 7r I7r.%-'ITT el:'r v'"
oai s v 'z~dd he:t "ta

A crou.)'e of mcen. on- c,' wbo-n h:.I 't
re'turned-l C, :ii I m utT: t. 'A% ;e.' ~ '

ni It Xza.'u il Ih ".01.'r I a.
Ic.( 'a : I v .1 o. -' c. tuu .1 0on We.

Whc':i ever I nrrise.

wOo!Uin: iSo::e qtueer pvionh.- come
out '' h *it t n en (fthe i.i i.


A long. Ionr age
A fair E.gilbsh maid
Y""o gr.n.il s crown,
LoutrLuer-;.no *"

And one who assisted
In matters of state
Is hid In this picture,
I trow.

.---a woman's favorite weapon Is a tear.
He-les; even the Eskimo women are addicted to blubbeL.

The pnussenger on the seat behind
bu't ed 1:a.

It v.ns t~n-.s:l over ar'd Inspected. ann
the "::t .'in sFal(id
"Tl:t P';:ina lhit wll never g've you
the yliiow f,.-ver."
"Y'o' t'ilnk not?"
"I nr.u surre of it. If young hna looked nt
tV r l:1;and yourself you w ui' ,! lihave e',:
thi: it wnas made in i'a::'; "y.'
"Thankm. Thanks. I haven't had any-
thing relieve myr ml'.i! so muuh f4r a
yeitar ast. Y s.M, It's a !i;r.b:ury Pan::'.rz
ha: ;i1 (cot .55'. nt:l 1 .Iam Irnwn la -'.
frr tL. gra' ', as It r.-ere. If either: of
yu kai'n of any !:'.oe around Lere
where t -ey sell liiiruerrmilk-- "
:.it tri s(i .1111m way. JOL KEMIt.

"Any news down my way?" repeated
the farmer ns he stopped his team and
bit a ye a iet!e" 1,t. I gues. It hain't earth-
quakes i:or cylconers, but It does purty
well for our placo.'
"Well?" queried the tollgate man.
"Wall, the aneis Is that Jim Williams'
wife's canary bird got out of the cage
the otier day, and she had to chase it
more's two hours to get It back.
"That isn't much pews.1
"Nope, I 'spose not; but I was anlva'
the best for the last"
"And what toIs It
"Why, a tit peddler come along aid
bet Joe 2Iarkf4s that he could outOump
him, and Joe held bls breath and Jumped
seven feet and won the bet, and It's al-
ready settled that we are to run him for
the legislature next fall."

Don'* look for anything cooler than a
nuan n .klir you to lend him $25 to get
:iarr! 1 on.
Don't tr.nle horses, talk politics, discuss
lMb:ifh-i quostli.:s,, faIl lI love., play poker
or Fta't :i"('ot',,eincs for a divorce.
SlIm:p!y kc-p cool. It Isn't hot It's
only the effect of imagination.

Phe -Wh'at was the most enjoyable thlan' you did while you were awayT
(ie -G*.t:lng on the train to come home.

Mr. WiV -'If you would imp:ove your Visiter--Thi village tois so very quit.
mud. asoi.a:e onl:.' with p"op;le who Native-GIosh., tranger, If ye're lookW
X:tow more than you do.
Mlass martt -Hut if they follow the "tr exci'.mrt, st go down to the st
;IoTe rule. what arc we to do? an' see era 1lay checkers at nlgbt:

HAD SEEN '*. t.
PI qTa t i ploe-Tes, I want an ofee boy; but Ihe mnst be polite, qulet,
honest, brave, clean, mustn't smoke, mustn't curse--
Appiscant-Say, mister, you want one of dese boy/heroes dat's la de meW
drama.. ,


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W r*I ,n Mainu'set irng Jeen
an GsMute Optilcan,
US S. Paeoy street P-',gse:t*-. w*

Bo~ton, Sept. 2;.-The officers of th
armored cruiser Colorado. which pu
In here for coal. reported that in th
recent trials over the new one-mii
coruse near Rockland. Me.. the war
ship attained the fastest speed eve
m de by an American warship on
trial cruise when manned by a nava
The cruiser made 22.22 knots an
hour in a four-hour run to sea on Sa:
urday, which is within .04 of the spet
she maiie on her trial trip On thb
Rocklaad test the sh.p tarried he
beavy armament, which was n:)i 01
board during her trial trip, and shW
run without a full force.

A small sloop, containing a number
of persons who ha from Biloxi, wa
trken into ('ust:od1 vesterdavy y ith
revenue cutter Penrose, being over
hauled in :he har)'bor by the curto
as the sloop was proceeding up tfn



just because there are a few
cases of yellow fever h re.
Stay here and join the Clean-
Up Club. See that there are no
breeding places in your own
yard, then cast your eye over
in your neighbors* yards to see
that their premises are in good
condition. This is your duty.
Attend to it first, then corn to
the STANDARID for correc'
clotAes and men's furnishings.

C. C. Goodman. Qeo. A-nperger






S The old watchmaker of a small town
in the vest of England ree : y re- STRUCK OFFICER
tired, and the contract for keeping the
church and town hall clocks in order WI H TI
was give to his successor. Unfortu-I
n:ttely from the start the new man ex-
S perieuced a difficulty in getting the
clocks to strike at the same time. At Special to The Jorunal.
last the district council requested an Marianna, Sept. 21.-Cons
interview with the watchmaker. Richardson was seriously injure
"You are not so successful with the Buck Pelt at the latter's place.
Sclocks as your predeceor," he was miles from here tod-ay. Mr. Pel,
told. "It is very misleading to hare one by the way. is one of the best far
clock strike three or four minutes after and ultizens in this section, wa
t'r other. Why, before you took them debt a trivial sum on account of
in hand we could hardly tell the two ness fees. for which an execution
were striking. Surely you are as com-ichd and plaon for collect in the Than
potent as Mr. H." stable went to Felt's place and
"Every workman has his own meth- nianded payment and Pelt told
ods. gentlemen." replied the watch- he would come to town and raise
T maker. "and mine ain't the same as monoy. R:chardson was not sati
H.'s were." with this and insisted upon lev
e "I'm decidedly of the opinion that it upon # mule, which he started tc
r would be for the general good If they Pelt objected and warned Richar
I were." remarked one of the councilors. not to enter the lot where the an
S "VTery well. sir; in the future they was confined and upon the latter
r- shall bet" came the reply. "I happened tempting to do so. struck him w!
r to write to Mr. H. last week about the piece of scantling, cutting a gas
a trouble I had with the ciks, and- his head anal, rendering him ur
but Ihbeadwithtecslicrod-cedselous. Pelt then brought Richar
ebut porlnp." he auded as he produced town, where the injury was dress
a letter nid han.lew it to the chairman,
n "- ,,'UA li-r SA err .mh. n tl .a r l .

"Dear Sir (ran the letteri-About
d them clocks. When you get to know
v% \lat a cantankerous l1t of busybodies
n the council cor'Iists of you'll do the
e s,'me as I did for fifteen years-forget
to wind up the strU.er of the town hall
clock. snd the t'lly owls won't be able
to tell t',.t boh clwks alu't striking
y together."-Tit-P.its.



The sioop. it wa s stated ia'.t
night, left B:.ixi several days ago.
and th orcupan:-s desired to go to
some point up the hay. but as it is
against the quarantine regulations to
enter port th( vessel! "as taken i
charge by thl t:'er an,1 :o,,d to tae
qLarantine station.
Two Veesels Enter.
Two sailing vessels, the Swedisa
bark Dharwar and the Norwegian ship
JIarald. arrived i1 port n es~e:rlay b,
tag towed in by the tn: Nellic The
vssels will come over from quarantin-
You can ge' Blue Ribbon Iemod
and Vanilla Extracts in six popular
lavors iemon. Van'.ia. zrawherry.
Pineapple. Banana and. Orange.
Low ra'es at Southern Hotel f ;r
rooms and board.
A few boaraers wanted at 31 S W. Be1:


22s 2t I w* ;

Way isome of Them Are Colored Blse

on the Inside.
"Why are these envelopes made blue
on the iuside?" asked a man looking at
a Fsecimen which a wholesale station-
er held in his hand.
"For a very simple reason," was the
reply. "Oune of the most Important re-
sults in the making of envel.pes is to
prevent transparency. Many white pa-
pers are so transparent that by careful
scru:in. the contents of an envelope
made of such material may be deter-
mined. For instance. let us put a sheet
of paper with writing on it Into this
envelorae. We will now seal It and hold
it to the light thus. There, you can not
only see the bank check, but you can
aiso read many of the words on the
sheet of paper. This can be prevented
either by getting a thick and high
priced envelope which Is not transpar-
ent or by t-k:ng n cheaper grade of pa-
per which i; blue on one side. We sell
thousands of packages of blue enrel-
opes-that is. envelopee which are blue
on the oawtide-but people do not like
them on account of their color. So to
get over the difficulty and still make
an envelope that will hide the contents
aud not be high priced the manufac-I
turer uses paper which is blue on one
side and wl.ire on the other. One fac-
tory in this city turns o0t more than a
million of such envelopes daily, and
their sale in large cities is enormous."
-New York Press.





Special to The Journil. "I he2 emes nes si1W r ea ea.
St. Andrews, Sept. 21.-Mr. asihe-d16mi m.1=
Mrs. td Pratt of Parker were b. 1 tie oMe.t .all c
guest of W. C. Pratt and family Sa: tnet T eZ n leta.,4 a
urday and Sunday. ara.
Mrs. Sanders and daughter Miss Al r e at for
lie, leave this week after an enjoyable The BowBs
souimern n St. Andrews for the!-
home in Columbia, Ala.
A sal event was tue crushing to
desth of Mr. Charles Hobbs in the MWNvemir M
mili at Miltvil'e on Monday. ( enr B-k-
Former County School Superinten .I[e
dent L. L. Pra:t and Mr. Howell of,
Vernon are among St. Andrews' vis-
ikorg this week.
r th week. Nwe'r *aE. Weaken or Orilp* 0 .. 0eWS Nevr
The steamer Tar,.n af:er a ten o tenbulk The itin(- talet itrr"r Z ccc.
lays quarantine in Apaiachicola came ='am" td sc cnre or onr mnney bac..
!: on her pest bouni :r:pjion Sunday Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. 5Q3
1:r ning ice an-i a fEw oher supplies. AAIALSALE,TENMILLUONBOTES
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Moates __
on Monday. a son. K
Messr. L e M. Ware. Welev Gwat- Pensacola DyeingPO, Clean-
ney Rohl. Bak er. E Day, Henry B rtt yel C -
er and Charlie Braekin were pissea
gers on the "Luev H.- on her trip t n and Pressing Club
Apalachia on uray.ing and PressingClub
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tiller of Pensa- your clothes to be
cole were in town on Thursday nght Dyed, Cleaned. Pressed or Repaired.
ej route to Vernon. They are now in a onsitlon to handle
sick Ls- Lari Towee psok. on the our work more efficiently tian ever.
A WELL KEPT SECRET. Phone 675. Proprietor.
1i*e* the Keeper Mmagaed the Chueb No. 11 North Palafox Street.
and Town Hall Cleeks.

S. Keyser Co..............
American National Bank......
Consolidated Grocery Co......
Fr. J. Schreye ...............
G1 Thos. C. Watson..............
Escamnbia itealty Co..........
Lee Daniel ..................
W. A. Blount ...... ..........
Hannah Bros.. ..............
table Pe',pie's Bank.... ... ........
d by Pensacola Water Company....
four Leslie E. Brooks..............
who, J. M Coe ....................
mers Pensacola Investment Co.....
as In M. F. Gonzalez ...............
wit-I Southern States Lumber Co....
was Consolidated Naval Stores Co..
Iof German-American Lumber Co..
con- Saunders Mill Co............
de- J. R. Sauuders...............
him Pensacola, St. Andrews &
the Gulf Steamship Co..........
sfiea' D. Kugleman .................
ying J. Geo. W hite................
do. S. P. Hotter Co..............
dson Jos. Coleman...... ..........
imal A. F. W arren................
r at- M. L. Roch ....................
*h a Jno. B. Jones .................
h in T. H. Lannon & Co...........
icon- Win. Johnson & Son..........
dson Clutter Music House..........
ssed. Meyer Shoe Store............
Standard Clothing Co ........
1r)oivlll Timber and lan.l Co

OLD FAMILIES. |Maxwell & Reeves...........
SS. Pasco, Jr..................
eme fl Them- laims to Reaeh ak P. Campbell ...............
Beyond the Flood. H. H. Doyer..................
The most ancient family in France., Kress & Co..................
in so far as the tracing back of the an- D. Hale Wilson..............
cestry In an unbroken line is con- A. M. Avery..................
cerned, is the royal house of Bourbon. Gordon & grown,...........
which goes back to Robert le Fort, In Thos. Pebley ................
the year 861. Next in point of antiqui- Forbes Furniture Co ..........
N. G. Forcheimer .............
ty comes the Rohan family, which for H. G. DeSlva &Co ............
the last century, however, has been set- W. A. D'Alemberte............
tied in Austria, the so called Rohans Jas. McHugh ................
in France being not really Robans, but Sol Cahn & Co............
merely Chabots, their only connection B. Gerson.... ........ .......
with the house of Rohan being by mar- J. Kryger ...................
rlage. I Green & Watson ............
Then comes the house of Narbonne- J. C. VanPelt .................
Pelet. the head of which is the Due de The Pensacola Journal ........
Narbonne, who can trace his lineage Nava B. Wright CExpo Co.........
back without interruption to the year N. Apostle ...........
910. Of course, in making this asser- McDavid-Hyer Co..........
tion, I do not take Into consideration R. G. Bushnell.............
the somewhatomythical claim of the A. A. Fisher................
Duke of Levis-Mirepoix to be descend- H. Baars & Co ...............
ed In a direct and unbroken line from Pensacola Lumber Co........
Jacob's son, Levi. He has among his F. C. Brent..................
family pictures one old painting in John Shepard ................
which the Holy Virgin is represented A. DiLustro .................
as requesting the former Duke of Alex Zelius..................
Levis-Mirepoix to put on his hat, which Lev nham...................
E. J. Dunham..............
he had doffed In salutation, she being Gulf Machine Co ..............
'depicted as uttering the words o. H. Smith & Son...........
"Courres vous. mon cousin." Another Bar Pilbts ...................
picture represents an ancestor of W. B. Lamar.................
the Duke of Levis-Mirepols navi- Scarritt Moreno ..............
gating a small boat on the waters W. S. Rosasco ...............
of the deluge, he being too exclusive Marine Grocery Co............
and high toned to share the ark with H. Muller...... ..............
F. O. Howe & Co............
the Noah family and its belongings.- C. Porter..................
London Chronicle. J. A. Chaffin ..................
i H. H. Thornton...............
agbher Chlmese dueaestmo. J. B. Roberts..................
Many of our people think of China J. P. Williams Co............
as a land of ignorant coolies who are T. A. Jennings................
so inferior to ourselves as to rise Geo. W. Wright..............
scarrely to the plane of human beings. Cash .....................
The fact is that China contains a rreat. Quina & Guttman ............

er number of educated and cultivated
people than any other country In the
world. Their culture Is not like ours,
but It Is based upon long study of lit-
erature ethics -ind nhriohr 1nd It

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100 00
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The Sunday Journal.




And the Fund for Cleaning Up th
City is Swelled Con-

Several :ar-e donations to th? rolef
und were received yesterday by tiw
,mnnittee, and when ad.led to .:I,
amount alr-ady receive from vari
.is parties aggregates something in
le neighborhood of $.o00i. The
work of soliciting subscrohituns. bow-
.ver. will be continued as every l di-
air can be used profitably. The l:;i
den upon the tity in cleaning up va
cant lks and streets a.id drainiu.,
places where stagnant water has been,
standing eompe:s the outlay of a lag.-
amount, and ih.-re:ore the commntteO
is in hopes that tne donations will
The Donations.
The donations up to last night were
aF follows:
First Naiiunal Bank..........$500 00

,q) Frank Reilly ................ 25.00'
5.;.) S. A. Friedman................ 10.00
25.:.i D. Dannhe'-sor .............. 5 00
io i A it. 0. Anson.................. 10 00
25 0;J Marston & Quina ............. 25.00
2.,00 W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00
15 00 N. Goldring .................. 15.00
5.00; Ca'h.. .. .. ................ 5.0
4 00 W. H. White & Co............. 5.00
10.0f) "'arron Fish Co.............. 100.90
25.0;) 4 .sacola Stables ............ 10.00
10 00 Thiesen .................. 100.004)
25.0) )ti'hirn Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
2 .)0 .i. S. M cGaiau hey............. 5.'!)
1500' Armour Packing Co............ 25.00)
17.001 Dubuisson Bros .............. 20.00
10.09 Star Laundry ............... 15 0)
5. ))' L. S. Brown & Co............. o o)
23.)00 .Jiulge H. Bellinger............ 15.00
2500( I Marks & Gayle .............. 50 00
50.00 Swift & Co.,. ................. 25 0)
25.00 .Mrs. Fannie Henderson ...... 2 50
25.00 MlcKnzie Oerting & Co ....... 10 00
20.0 i)0 .nwod(l-Aiken (Co ............ 25.o,)
50.0c .1. S. Roberts ................ 5.0.)
100.0.9 Citizens National Banb ...... 100 0'
10).00 iL. & N. R. R. Co., ........... 100 00
23.00 '. W Marsh ................. 15 09
5 no R. M. Cary .................. 10 00
10 ,00 J. Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 0o
10.00 Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00
1.00 Eicctric Terminal Railway Co.. 100.00
5.00 Goulding Fenilizer Co ........ 100 00
2.5.00 .John C. Avery .. ............ 25.00
10).00 P. Martincz .. .. ............ 5.00
100.00 J. W. Maloy ............ 5.00
100 o0 WeHes-Kahn Co .. .. .. .... 25.00
5 00 Colored List.
10.ou I g Zion Sunday scueel .... 5 00
5 Ao M. M. LIewvy, (Stiutinel) .... 2 50)
5.00 .Jos. H. James, .............. 5 00
25.0 J W I. Harvey ............... 2 004
10 00 Moses Lyman ............... 1 0Io
2.5.1,0 Richard Morris .............. 5 0'!
10 .o"0 Cash .......................... .5
10.0 L F. Anr i rson ............... 2 0'

100 Oi
50 00

Whet Your Appetite

M T UA has been transmitted through many and then (
generations. The Chelrse have not
E W M LI UU LH U II well cleared how to acttogetho:. th- the Old Re
erwtie we should never have dared to
L *. IL LWVCt ,E*. is ba. *we NSmee a t.. Pe*ekaae, FIl. treat them recklessly and unfairly.- T f
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At this te f the year theretIs a great deal fmalaria md ci s ad fever.
As a pus~ve preventive try
Sold a- all drug sto-es or at
LEWIS CO., Wholesalme Drfts, East GovernOt Street
rizc 9E w sw

S A way Soome women Have.
I have heard that women are dis-
honest in the way of sending to Dmil-
liners for boxes of hats on approval ,
keeping them for a week, and, when
they return them with a note to say
that none suits, the owners find that
each has been worn once. if not sev-
eral times, and this fact is betrayed
by inunmerable pin holes. I certainly
myself have known women who are
not above sending for clothes on ap-
probation, carefully taking the pat-
tern and getting them copied by a
cheaper dressmaker. Lady Henry
Somerset In Black and White.

:ome to

Marion B:iie ................. 1 (o
PreSton Gordon .............. 1 00
Aaron Johnson ............... 1 04,
St. Paul church ............ .. '
Washington Clark ............ 5 00
Whittfleld Dupont ............ 1 00:
For forty years Dr. Fowler's Ex-
tract of Wild Strawberry has been
v;urin;g summer complaint, alysente.'y,
,l:arrhooa. bloody flux. pain in the
r.omach, and it has never yet failed to
do everything claimed for it.

Teachers, Patrons and Children of
the Public Schools of Escambia
County, Florida.
Pensacola. Fla., :ept. 21, lt0a.
Owin- to the unfavorable health
repor: made last evening, the Board
,f Public Instruction orders that the
cr:t schools shall nit. be opened un-
til Nov. 1st, next, but those schools
in the country row provided wl'ii
teachers and ready to begin work will
he allowed to do so en October 2nd
Contracts, registers, blanks ani
);!' er Fvhoo: supplies will be fosward-
edl .- the superIntende-ir by mail, ex-
prf'sj or other meanr..
B. order Board of Public Instruc-
riot. N. B. COOK, ;
22septt County )Supt.




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SStgn of the Pour." "A Study In Scarlet," te.


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Tar sad Feathbese.
'The Greek was the first to apply tar
and feathers to the body of an offend- GRIST AND C
er," said a doctor. "Then, as now, this M.F. GONlA
punishment of the victim was consid- Nmw
ered one of the worst possible. In fact, CHOICE MEAL
tarring and feathering was considered TO
a greater punishment than hanging. It D o e
was a living punishment of the most t M hwIe Manw
repulsive kind. Aerating of t e blood oome industry,
to a certain extent through the rkin labor, and leave
takes place, and in the naked skin fl- city.
sures this is a very important part of
the aerating process. In man the skin
does about one-thirtieth part of the First We L
work, while the lungs do the rest It
has been demonstrated that frogs e
live but a few hours after having Strlnui
been given a coat of varnish. A man l Ul
that is so unfortunate as to receive a
coat of tar and feathers so soon as then the
freed from his persecutors seeks to free
himself from the recently applied tar.
A man with good kidneys could endure Oi
longer such an application than oe IIpu
suffering from an attack of any disease r
affecting the kidneys. Death might
follow his suffering. The skin is a and then
great absorbent agent."

Democraey on WasmSlpe.
Visitors to the big warships In the
savy yard are astonished at the way
the men address their offers with the
title of "Mr." Everybody below the
grade of captain on the ship is ad-
dressed with a simple "Mr." This las
to save time, as commander, lieutenant
commander, lieutenant sal midship-
man require too much time to enun-
ciate. A national guard offer of rank
below that of major visting the yard
the other day was surprised to hear a
lieutenant commander referred to as
"Mr." The very thought of such a
thing happening to him in the armory
made him almost shiver. "Ah," said
he, "I see why it sl. The otfcers are
on board day after day, while we
guard officers are in the armory only
now and then. Consequently, we can
stand a little waste of time in hearing
our titles uttered."-Brooklyn Eagle.
Antiqu ty of hamIrs.
Chairs were in nse In Egypt so long
ago as 3399 B. C. The Chinese em-
ployed them from about 1300 B. C. In
India they were used and are men-
tioned as dating from 1100 B. C.
House chairs with backs were in use
In India A. D. 300. They are known to
bave been employed in Rome so early
as A. D. 70, being mentioned by Plny
at that date. Chairs with foot rests
were used In Rome A. D. 150.
A Double alIl.

A double bull in a single sentence
was perpetrated by the late John Hoi-
lingshead, an Englishman. He wrote,
"When Lord Mohun was killed he was
living in Macclesfleld house, Gerrard
street, Soho, at the back of Leicester
house, a site now occupied by the de-
funct Pelican club."

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- -Poo"*- Chief of Engineers of the Army with
a view to providing remedies.
TO BE POUND. One oievelopment of the maneuvers
was of the highest importance, and
Ila Journal is on that was the fact demnostrated that
lowing places mn i' took the artillery strength of the
whole Atlantic Coast practically to
man the forts of three districts within
Sbt the zone of the maneuvers, and even
Stian. then only to afford one relief for the'
tr.' gun crews. This is a defect that con*
tel. the War Department will ask congress
Book to@. to make provision for an increase in
Crem Prteor. the number of the Coast Artillery.
SNews 8tMd. As clearly demonstrated, there is not
ok tere. sufficient force of men in the present
strength of the Artillery Corps to fur-
:l nish garrisons for half of the coast for-
t:i.cations. Distributed as the enlist-
ed strength is at present there are
barely enough men at any one post to
provide the necessary caretakers for
U'raInined the expensive ordnance, much less to
urinal of Thursday furnish a single relief for all the guns.
Fortifications are of small value if we
lowing relative to lack trained men to man them.
quarantine against
rith yellow fever, The passenger business on a pro-
with interest in this ejected railroad between Tampa and


Few Affected I
theGeorgZ C)
The Atlanta Jo
eftained the f<4
the Georgia state
pioat. infected w
which will be read

Section: the West Coast is to be handled by
The, decision of Juage Pendleton en- gasoline motor cars. Plans for cars
otaltig the, city board of health from to accommodate seventy passengers
Interiering with the state quarantine each have already been accepted. The
doea mni affect; persons (coming to At-
aata from a territory mree of yellow use of the gasoline motor by railroads
Ever. Und" the injunction, citizens is a comparatively new departure in
of the state ard persons from unlnfect- railroad economy and its prompt adop.
ed districts are at perfect liberty to tion by a Florida line emphasizes the
come to Atlanta.
in rendering his opinion Judge Pen- determination of Ploridians o keep in
dieton stated that the injunction would the front rank of progress.
only restrain the city health officials
from interfering with the transporta- The Atlanta Journal, after comment-
tion of passengers from fever infected ing at length upon a juvenile act of
districts who are being conducted piracy at Chicago says: "Piracy is.
through the state lin-s on train yed out The men who would have
guarded by state he.ahlth officials. Judge laye ou men wo wou ave
Pendleton stated that he desired to i besa pirates under happier and mopr
confine the injunction simply to the picturesque conditions are now run-
matter of state quarantine and in that ning the big life Insurance companies."
matter the city board must not inter-
fvre. If the presidents of all the big cor-
was made. stated that the health portions take the same position rela-
board of Atlanta would court infec- tive to contributions toward' political
tion. "It ha., done so in the past." campaign funds as Mr. Morton. of the
said Mayor Woodward. "and will keep Equitable. there will be no rush of ap-
up the same record in the future. We plicants for the chairmanship of the
have never failed to keep up the health:
r-cord of the city. and we have no fear respect campaign committees.
for the future. Atlanta's doors are
open and we have nothing to fear., It is probable that Czar Nicholas, of
The. recorO, of Atlanta a~ an immune Russia. is honest in his desire for a
(ity has a]rea,.- been taken advantage I universal peace agreement this time.
of by mant refugt*s. Persons who A fellow is generally in earnest about
lr wanting peace after he has been
of tht plague have already come to At. he has been
lanta to secure safety from the dis. thoroughly trounced.
The injunction granted Tuesday will Mayor Ward, of Birmingham, ob-
Rffect very few refugees. Hundreds Jects to the use of his name by the
re now in Atlanta from points in- newspapers. This is a new precedent
fected territory and have been for in political ethics.
many weeks. All who have wanted to
come to Atlanta have done so and the Roosevelt Is not afraid Of Yellow
etate quarantine will not affect mor Jack, but may the people will
than three or four persons & day Jack, but maybe the people will brq
ha three or four persons day. afra of Roosevelt after his visit
And now old Jack Rockefeller says to New Orlesas.
be did not predict financial disaster
In 1907 or at any other time--not for T". d.in._ .. A
Jack, at least.

Artillerymen Needed
for Coat Defcnsem
A number of the leading newspapers
of th conutry in commenting upon
the recent army and navy maneuvers
Is Chesapeake bay have expressed the
opinion that. if anything, they damos-
strated the weakness of the artillery
force available for defense of the for-
tifications of the country. Th'e new
Orleans Picayune has the following to
ay with reference to the matter:
During the past summer there was
'helid in Chesapeake Bay a series of so.
Galled joint Army and Navy maneuv-
era. which, lacking all spectacular ef-
ltsts, natut-ally attracted very little
Utention from the general public. The
ain phases of the maneuvers include
ft attacks on the forts guarding the
approaches to Bia::.more and those?
protecting Washington. The naval
vesBels engaged represented no great
aggregate of srength, but once a rve,-
eel was de:ect'd endeavoring to pass
the for;s and was fire.i upon she was'
mastructively def.ated. so that itl
Mattered little whether the vessel af-
eCtea were a battleship or a convert-
*M yacht.
The main value of the maneuvers
was the thcrouiih TCST und-r something
approximatinzs- .rvice conditions of
the equipment of the forts as well as
the physical practice given officers
sad men of Army and Navy. As no
Report has bc'en made public of the re-
ealts of the maneuvers it fs safe to as
same that most of the results of tha
practice were satisfactory. Such de-
tects were discovered in the arma-
- mt or equipment of the forts were
elferred to the Chief of Ordnance and

hW AWqmtg 135, g


The following figures show The Pen-
sacola Journal's circulation for eaca
day during the month of August, 1 i.,
with the average number of copies
August 1 4,350 August 16 4,00
AuguSt 2 4,400 August 17 4.00
August 3 4.335 August 18 4^00
August 4 4,400 August 19 4^00
August 5 4,350 August 20 ,250,
August 6 5,000 August 21 ....
August 7 ... August 22, 4,00
August S 4,500 August 23 4,800
August 9 4.00 August 24 4,60
August 10 400 August g5 4,00
August 11 4,625 August 2 4,00
August 12 4,625 August 27 5,00
August 13 ,S00 August .....
August 14 .. August 29 4,00
August 15 4,600 August 3o 4j
August 31 S,000
Total for the month-......127,335
Average per day.. ...... 4,716
I hereby certify that the above state.
ment is correct according to the re..
words on file in this office.
Circulation Mgr.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 31st day of Augast. 1905.
Notary Public.


s:: :: of his being bitl9 af steogmyla marry on that amount and take care patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in locaUtles infected with yellow
t 4* and contracting the 4iease. The of a wife. His pays grows rapidly. A ever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mos.qut,
0 OA 0YOU RS AD THINGS chancess, we should suppose, are great- captain gets $1.800 from the begin- even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosqui'to bites are anuoyin
STHAT ARE WRITTEN IN a er for his beang-trt In a railroad ac- ning, a major, $2.500, a lieutenant-col- and harmful even if not lnfrc'ive to the patient, and it must be looked upoa
S THE eldent on the way here than for con- onel $8,000. a colonel $3.500, a brign- as an evidence nf neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
4 HADOW tracting yellow f v, eves should he dier general $3.530. a major-general' 6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless she
ALPHABET? come today. Nevertheless, the fear $7,500, and a lieutenant general $11.- has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science and
has gone aboard tKgt there Is great 000. Generally the age of retirement experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infecte.d patients and
"Coming events," you have 0 danger, and the spift which prompts comes before an officer has risen those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety
always heard, "cast their shad- 1* his visit at this time is akin to that higher than the rank of colonel. Af- from the infected.
ows before." which animated the chivalrous yoing ter retirement he is provided for in 7. The weapons o0 offense and defense that the nurse most learn to
These shadowN make a sort King of Italy on the occasion noted comfort as long as he lives. handle in protecting her patients are:
of "cipher-wrkding," and a In these sums there is no room for (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient In His Bed.
knowledge of it entsles you- ## # # # # wasteful extravagance; but it is alwo
S usually through timely want w true that there is no room for it ia 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
0 advertising-to "take Time by 4 # THE SIMPLE LIFE a soldier's life. no matter how large passage of mosqukoes.
by the forelack," and reduce '* AND THE ARMY. his income may be. The officer who 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
Trouble to Its lowest terms. *0 p leads any other than the simple lire patient's body is in contract with the netting.
0 If the cook's exit is a "com- 4* : Jacksonville Times-Union. is not so good a soldier as he wouli 3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no *ore
-g event," you will see and be if he did not lead it. places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging inside.
.- feel the shadow au over the jt4~#* **** .-API An officer's chief asset is the re-I The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes fro!
Sthome f-- in the slcountesnance of -- spec&, the confidence, the love of his' entering.
the wife, in the slighted ofee. t General Corbin aays only the simple nen. Few generals have ever be-! 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed in.
SrIfs the alord s about to lif is possible to young officers, lie come renown whose men have not side, not merely driven or shaken out.
raise the rent you will get at says it is too frequently evident that loved Ps well as respected them. Men 6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the physician;
hint of t in his anxiety to put officers are not mindful of their flnan- will neither greatly love nor respect awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par*.
up a new gate. or add a few cial obligations. He advises that an an officer who ignores himself tnel ticularly important in dealing wkh mild fevers, especially in infants and
ew sh singles to the roof. y officer be subjected to rigid discipline discipline he requires of them. *children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease man-
'* If your "resignation" of your s the moment he begins living beyond The simple life is the natural, the ifests itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that it 14
Job is a coming event, its shad- # his means. healthful life. Extravagance under likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the svm7.
ows will get to you pretty well General Corbin is correct in all mines the health, and a soldier shoui 1 toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
# in advance. 4 these statements, and in his advice, preserve his health and his strength, spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized cases ire,
in fatt, about every event of The young officer cannot be greatly General Corbin might have placed for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
daily life sends hints of its corn- extravagant. His salary is not suf- his recommendation on other grounds (B) Screens.
ing on ahead. If you can read flcient to amply provide him with all Lesides carelessness of financial ob:t- All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside
the "Ohadow Alphabet" you may he needs. gations. of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provisional screens
be ready for most of the things A graduate of West Point enters An officer in the service that is real can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
that are "coming tp you" simply the army with the position of second ly active is not subjected to great secured to tba openings of the sick room.
by a prompt and effective use P:- lieutenant, with a salary of $1,400. temptation to spend money. Those (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigati6n.
of Want Advertising. He rarely has anyone but himself who are quartered in tho large cities Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (Insect powder) to destroy
to support, and this amount will fur- may have to practice self-denial. But possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever.
S.#-..9 nish him with everything a soldier an army officer is, not compelled to be Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way. and if used in proper quantity
needs. After five years service, even extravagant to secure the respect of will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average room is 1ffi-
g # ,l W aWl $ H f if he is not promoted, he rece!vce even extravagant society. His posi- cient if the room be closed: more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1,000
0 $1,540. After ten years he gets $1,680, tion guarantees respect for him un- cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authori'les; and one pound of
PRESIDENT'S VISIT or if a first lieutenant $1,800. He can1 less he lives in a way to forfeit it. insect powder to 1.000 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the mosquitoes. The
S* TO NEW ORLEANS. mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
---- nours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary cases., he
New Orleans States. .g TjH E TD ANMI I C CCT O fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkled
' T N S MJS O about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
lS i exI The fumigation should be done in the morning, so that the room will be
free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When-
It is characteristic of Theodore Y L L W VER AN D ever the condition of the patient will permit, a :oom adjoining the one
Rcosevelt to refuse to permit even occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared tor
yellow fever to balk him when he HO W T A N U SJD IT the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the rilsm-
once has made up his mind to "go fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
broadin," as the days say. Sowe The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as screening,
were not surprised when he te At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12. 1905is now conducted by the Health Auth:ie, media after oticato by
graphed to Mayor Behrman to know Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibill-the attending physician. Dt in isolated localities or when de.ay in obtain-
whether or not the fever in New Or- ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care ing sanitary relief is unavoid able the physician and rlse uast directt the
leanshad made it necessary to of yellow fever patients, in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of ber Additional precautionsld in slphr fmigatihe pro ended by theHealth
change the plans originally agreed ap- the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito." Authorities in charge of sanitatln" in New Orleans during the present
on; and when receiving assurances A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever epidemic:
that New Orleans was ready, he prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, Remove all ornments of metak such as brass, opper silver and gilt
promptly announced that the engage- which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub- from the room that is to be fumigate. All osjets of a metallrm c nature
The spectacnde is rereshingshed for the benefit oanf he Journals readers as follows: an which cannot be removed, can be protected by co'-ering the objects tightly
heartening. 'Beyond a few scientists ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. w:th paper, or with a thin coating of .as-.nrim appi odr with a brush.
who have come here for the purpose Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after thor-
of assisting in and tudforin the purpose 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, Infectious, febrile disease oughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closets.
low fever workassisting in and studying the y- which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the I The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping all
itors to New Orleansw ever orke have had few t- agency of mosquitoes: and, as far as known, by the single species, the Ste-- i openings in chimney, floor, wails, keyholes and cracks n.>ar windows and
tul day in July when thethat fat- omy.a Fasclata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of Ne.w doors.
ful day in July when the fever w Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
bounced here a t, epidemic of with a ate
frean v r .w n t.I...I ;. - . I..... .. -. .. The erm or transm is l sn n f n m, ... .. ...Qin o -, her with a paste nade of flour.

-,J uz "ep, tmhe adjacent coun!,r:.
like a prairie fire. We have heard of
but few people wanting to come here
hence when the President of the Uuit
ed States announces a sincere wish
to visit us and to see for himself whatr
all this furore IJ about we naturally
appreciate it. There has never been
any reason for the wild panic that h.as
seized upon so many good people in
this section of the country, and so far
as the danger of contracting yellow
fever is concerned, we are of the
opinion that New Orleans is the saf-
est place to visit in the whole south.
It is difficult for us to make evei
our neighbors a few miles away from
us understand the situation herc.
Thirty-four new cases of yellow fever
this morning out of a population of
more than 300,000 is so Insignificant
as to merit no notice whatever. And
the mass of our people are not bother-
ing themselves about it. Saturday
we had one of the biggest crowds that.
ever assembled in New Orleans to
witness the festivities Incident to 0h9
Diamond festival. Two of the play
houses have opened up the season's
engagement and the houses are
crowded each night. A hundred thou-
sand women and children who have
never had the yellow fever, who never
expect to have it, and who wouldn't
care much if they should have it, are
carrying on their daily rounds of du-
ties and pleasures just as though
there were no yellow fever within
ten thousand miles of New Orleans.
There is not so much danger to
health or life in New Orelans now as
there is In all American cities in win-
ter seasons when pneumonia and the
grippe are abroad. There is not as
much here now as there would be in
going to some of the noted health ro-
sorts and harvesting a crop of typhoid
fever in the system. There are per-
haps fully a hundred and fifty thou-
sand people in New Orleans today
who are not even personally acquaint-
ed with a single person who has had
yellow fever here during these two
months past. We dare say that every
county and parish in the south has, in
proportion to population, had more
deaths from small pox during the
past twelve months than have occur-
red in -New Orleans from yellow fever
this summer.
Yellow fever is elmply a bugaboo
so long as it is sanely and scientiflcal
ly handled. A few people die cf
fright, but precious few die of yellow
fever. We have made much progress
in demonstrating that fact. but much
remains yet to be done. and the sensa-
ble action of the President of the
United States in refusing to be cowed
by this alleged monster will have a
good effect in tearing off the hideous
and altogether unjustifiable mask be.
hind which yellow fever has so long
Shortly after the present King of
Italy ascended the throne a frightful
plague of cholera swept the city of
Naples and carried off its victims by
hundreds. In another city a festival
was held which the young king had
engaged to attend. A deputation
from Naples waited upon him to "so-
licit aid in stamping ont the disease
and in caring for the sick. "At
Florence they feast; Naples they die,'"
was the knightly response of the
young sovereign: "I go to Naples."
And taking the next train he was
soon in the strike city. where he
visked the hospitals, spoke words of
cheer to the sick, advised with the re-
Her committees and otherwise showed
his olicitude for his distressed sub-
President Roosevelt 'will fad so
such eonditlos as those described
above existing ia New Orleaps. There
may be one chance in tea thousand



I. .., .1 LAe U ... The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot. flat skillet p:eferred, ani
f of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; aftr- I placed on bricks In a tub or other convene at
Awards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence te this ced on brcksin a or her conveyer water receptcle with about
importance of recording the very hour when the attack first an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must be taken to
n. guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boi. over and set fire to
3. The mosquito (Stegomya Fasclata) is powerless to convey he th house
ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over It and lighting it,
after biting the yellow fever patient. Thl' period of incubation in the 1mo.- The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up
quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the and well ventilated.
body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary NOTF,--To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900. the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the amount
that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days. in the hot summer mont hs, of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 500,
to eighteen 4Qgs and.over, in the cooler winter season, and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the per!o,l Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
above specified, the Stegomyla is ready to transmit the disease during th3 would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 500 and you
entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days. provided the will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.
insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with anothe'-
101 days old. INote-According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Fasciata in Havanas
can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, In Louisiana, says
Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg-
omyla must bevimpregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after
biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or WHY IERCHANTS SHOULD
seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louislana
that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
Anopheles, within three to five days after.]
5. A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the bite
of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop i JDVERTISE IN
the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow ever, and the
United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen ca-oea
of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varie-
from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.) T
6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyia Fasciata biteSt
a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, it will have
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation T
period in the mosquito); then, if it bites a susceptible person at the expira- .
tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifee t it-
self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestImating the probable spread of te atnton o merchants 1 O 11
yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his environ,. g cral is directed to the fact that Th7
ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des- Journal's WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several actilly *t c inu
days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bite a pra cally cvry reader in me county o
susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty the ci who does not take the daily.
days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in the Cy ly.
present epidemic, to determine itf a focus will develop from an infected case Advertisements in the DAILY reach prae.
after its first appearance in a given locality.
7. The Stegomyla Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time tically all of the city people and a large pert of
that the poison is incubating in Its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma.- t OUntry Opit) but an vtisr e t in
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocucus: neither the cout peopi but an adverse
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person, both th DAILY and the WEEKLY will reach
8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (i. e. articles '
or Inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or all then-both ity and country.
their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bedling THE WEEKLY JOURNAL is a complall
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
with the sick, is unnecessary. d the local and telgraphic news which
9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days ot has been published in the daily during the
the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set in. w k, and it reaches ery sub br in tim
10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black for < him to read an Sunday.
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the w M9M It whof "&"
Stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease. = a ..a.. m *to _8 fm

Duties of the Trained Nurse.


1. No nurse can be considered as trained In the management of yellow
fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully,
earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos-
quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should find their way
2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she
must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as guar-
dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct-
ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her Intelligent appreciation of
the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is an
non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire household of
the patient, (especially if these are not immune) largely, if not entirely,
3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fever
patient is ianocuous and absolutely harmless to Oven the most susceptible
non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of
mosquitoes to the patient's person.
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there-
fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick
room, and provided, the innooulation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished if a

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gone a goo way to visit a riend who tIUn tmat re is t ine uiiai n color ox -On btehlIf o rMe State Board 01
was ilL learned on her arrival that e that species of crustacean. The natu- Health I will do everything possible
alarming symptoms had subsided. "Aa' ral hue, however, is green, the beauti- to eradicate the disease from Pensa-
boo are ye the day. Mrs. Crawford 7' ful bright brick color being the result cola, if I receive the co-operation of
she inquired In breathless anxiety. of boiling to which such creatures are the citizens and the city authorities,
"Oh. I'm near y well noo, thank ye, subjected. Two explanations for this but unless I do I will have to content
Mrs. Graham." Nearly well!" er- change in color are given, either of myself in keeping it from spreading
claimed the breathless visitor. "Aefter which appears to be tenable: Their disease work its ate, and let the
me coming' sae far to see ye too!"--Cas- shells contain a large per cent of Iron, "The utmost harmony and good
small's Magazine. and the boiling process oxidizes that feeling prevails between the state
mineral, the change being almost ex- health officer and the city authorities,,
mo r nsa. actly the same as that brought about and it is because of this that we are'
"He makes me so angry." remarked in burning a brick. Such a change in co-operative in the work and are do
Miss Bute. "be's forever remarking to the color of a lobster's shell can be ing everything possible to stop the
Joe that 'beauty is only skin deep.'" brought about by the sun's action, but spread. That is my position, exactly.
"And when you get angry," remarked never while the lobster is living. As and I hope that we will soon be sue-
Miss hbell a. "It jst shows him how a rule. however, the sun's bleaching cessful in stamping it out."
thin skinned you are."-Philadelphia influence consumes the oxide almost as
Pre. fast as it is formed, leaving the bshll
pure white. 7 IYW"O I
Came laM ofr sleep. The second explanation is that the
'Mow do you get along with your original green color is due to the blue
mew chief of department?" and red pigments, the blue being sol-
*Ot, enly so so. He causes us many I uble and the red Insoluble in boiling
aa -ile-ce hours." water. When the lobster is boiled, the GET THE BOOK
blue pigment is dissolved, leaving the OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE.
be met te fouth friend of him who red to color the creature's shelL
4 thkre before and lost them.-Lava-
ft e TheB uirsm ef the Lviam.

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Pemnaoeta. Fla.

From evidence difficult to dispute, it
appears that in the Celestial empire
old, incurably diseased and hopelessly
depraved persons are frequently buried
alive to rid the community of the bor-
den and responsibility of their care
taking. This arrangement is the re
sult of a mutual understanding, the
victims asenting to and at times as-
sistiug in the preliminary ceremonies.
The usage seems to have been re.c-
ognized by the highest authorities, and
the burials have certainly been con-
ducted with the sanction of the ruling
powers. Great preparations are made,
and there is much ado and sometimes
a show of grief, but a great deal of
the latter is evidently perfunctory, as
there is an all around feeling of sat-
Isfaction on the part of the spectators
and more or less complacency on the
mind of the victim, who is comforted
by the assurance that he is fulfilling a
tradition and will earn tte respect of
his ancestors and gone before.

Jeos Wesley ras Tee.
John Wesley wrote in 1748: "1I could
not imagine what should occasion the
shaking of my hand till I observed it
was always worst after breakfast and
that if I intermitted tea drinking for
two or three dar s it did not shake at
all. Upon inquiry I found tea had the
same effect on other persons of my ac-
quaintance, and therefore saw that this
was one of its natural effects, as sev-
eral physiclaas hare often remarked."
After a daily practice of tea drinking
for twenty-seven years Wesley left it
off. The effects of relinquishing Jt
fully jaswered his expectations. "My
paralytic complaint; are all gone. My
bz'nd is as steady as it was at fifteen.
I save up M(0 2aaS a year."

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AND- ---TE

Backache Ce THE CITY

&Wa WrT. Tr is a em (rn" If aesry w Dr. FPar. (Continued from Pirst'Page.)
tsM aa uaecurb" toicscss as soms. All comultasoss. i possible, and if they receive the
assistance of the local citizens there
Was in Torture all the Time. is no doubt but that thy will be able
to render valuable services in check-,
ing the outbreak.
Had PaiS1 in Hs BaCke Dr. Porter's Statement.
Siate Health Officer Porter was
Dr. Fenrer, Fredonia, N. YT. see last night and asked relative to
Dear Sir:-Some six months ago a the fumigation of residences within
rm med o meou justl the limits of the city. Said he:
friend recommended to me your justly i "The State Heaitn Officer does no.
celebrated Kidney and Backache Cure. propose to prosecute anyone witian
the city limits for refusing to ailow
I was at that time suffering intensely t.eir homes to be fumigated, as this
from pains in my back. power lies with the city government.
w"The law provides that where coii-
My work daily aggravated the com- tagous disease occurs taat the State
plaint and I was in torture all the time. Health Officer, under instructiuonr
After taking two bottles of your medi- from the State Board of Health, shall;
After taking proceed to that point and declare ai
iane I was relieved and two more corn- qLarantine.
pletely cured me. I feel like a new man -I have done thi sOut Acting with
now, thanks to your Remedy, and unhes- State Board of Health I have gone t j
itatingly recommend it to those suffering little further, and assisted the munici-
pal authorities in fumigating and
as I was. Sincerely yours, screening all of wtich s bemig pa.d
Howard Sproule, for by the state.
"In addition, in order that the State
797 Agate St., St. Paul, Minn. Board might know of all cases of sick-
S by O d $1. Get Cook Book and Treatise OB ness in the city the Stae State has defrayed
te KidAey-F-m X. Femer, N. D., Fredoni, N.Y. the expense of securing inspectors
and making a house to house canvass
FOR SALE BY J. E. DUBUISSON A BRO. ot the city. This was dcne under the
supervision of the city board of
.- health.
e-el s 01ek m .....r *TM-at. "The state health officer does not
taGastsof eseioaogy who a aa The Indian elephant named Frits I propose to force an entrance into any
St back the customs of latter the soological gardens of Berlin was house to fumigate. He has already
m s to the practtee of his se- Europe's Largest salmal until it lly expressed andj opinion, hoarwever,
Mste agstry will note with interest had to be killed for distemper. Dr. fever has occurred should be fumigat-
the t tt there is authority at least Schillng was appointed hangman. ed, in order to kill any mosquito-s
m40 yearsold for the entry. "Steal not First he tried "trixagnlatole by means which might have gone there. I ad-
sh book for fear of shame," by which of ropes and pulleys, but the ropes vise the city health authorities to con- t
sehoolboys proclaim their ownership of broke and the elephant remained in- tinue this work and I offer the assist- I
a work. tact. Next he tried poisoning. The ance of the entire fumigating corps
In a curious volume ta the Bodlelam animal was given fodder of treh -ba- which has been organized, to do tats t
library, formerly belonging to the nanas, which was devoured with a work, the state paying the cost.
monastery f C bertabridge ln Bassex. relish. Then a few bananas were "If the city authorities do not see
is the tlowiag inscriptloe: "This dipped in carbollc acid, but no amount fit to enforce this needful authority t
bok belmO to 8t Mary of Roberts. of coaxing cMl make Frits "go" them. the state health officer will not take
Whoever shall steal t or sell Finally shoetg was tried. hea- the initiative, but will see that suffi-
e. b er shall steal It or sell alyshootg was tried. 7ehea- cent restrictions are placed around
It r nla any way alienate It, let him be lest big game rifle was procured and Pensacola to prevent the spread of C
anathema maramtha." a shot was fired into the left armpit. the fever. While I tender the service
In the course of the fourteenth cen- The elephant merely looked around lin of the corps of men I naturally re-
f ry the book came into the posses- surprise, the bullet having flattened serve the right to have my assistants
stao of John. bishop of Exeter, who against the shoulder blade. Then a supervise the work. o
easms to have been somewhat troubled Maxim gun was pulled up. A fusillade "As to the case of yesterday, and o
by the Inscription as being likely to of projectiles was pumped Into the big other cases, where the police have c
gih rims to njariowu suspicious with beast under the right armpit. The *e- beer. asked for assistance, it was the a
regard to himself. Accordingly be phant went down like a house. In its understanding that the mayor of the b
wrote undernath It nnder date 1327, death struggle, which was studied by city, who is chairman of the City n
"L John. bishop of Exeter. know not many scientists. it broke all ts chains Board of Health, desired that this s
where the aforesald house Is nor did and reduced part of the Iron tfc e fumigation be made, or that all o
I steal this book, but acquired it In a the paddock to scrap Iron. fumigated. Ys n estar wherday afternoon as
lawful way."-London Advertiser. soon as I learned that the city au- fe
thorities thought they did not have b,
wasted. Why a Lobster Timr s *L thA power to enforce a fumigation, I o
An oM Scots woman, who at con- Persons living at a remote distance immediately ordered the force of men s;
elderable personal inconvenience had from the natural home of the lobster to leave the home of the gentlman. at
amumho h dUwA5 vny+e% ama a lw u r tu t ht.u iB ir ULinal l 'Jf l veua.,..u"ftheQ#+_terDU nr U



By Associated Promss
Harrisburg, Sept. 21.-Four men
were killed and eleven injured in a
head-on collision between a pay ca&'
and a passenger train .n the Reading
railroad near Mount Holley Springs
this afternoon.
Two million Americans suffer the
ortuntng pangs of dyspepsia. No need
o. Burdock Blooa' Bitters cures. At
any druggists store.
Cincinnati, ept. 21.-The health
officer of Detroit, who ordered a sort
*f quarantine against this city on ac-
onut of the yellow fever sufferers
md refugees being welcomed, has
een invited to visit Cincinnati and
make a personal inspection of the
situation and conditions. The board
f health of this city yesterday order-
d that every person coming into Cin-
lnnail from localities where yellow
ever exists and reumaning here shall
e required' to file with the health
1eer or his assistant examining phy.
lcians his or her name, residence and
ddreaa in this city, &and to report daily
o the health officer until he shall de-
ver to tb visitor a certtflcate that
e is not Infected with yellow fever.




How to Judge Beer



Am b11s bdcmtl of



N. 6

A solid, creamy foam is the invariable
indication of body, age and ec i of
brewing material in beer. Unless the
best grades of barley and hops, selected
with extreme care, are used in sufficient
quantity, brewed so as to give the beer
the proper trength and body, and alter-
the beer is thoroughly ripened and aged, it cannot
the a0, creamy fem always found in the famous


rbe o y beow haul e eadvuly at he Umreuy"t


Nature, if left alrn, will care for itself;
tdi might have beea true at some pre-historic
tfme, but since for ages it has not been left
alone, but has been bound down and fettered
by the obaerraaces and mandates of society, it
cans no longer care for itself.
Atnotime does the truth of this appeal to a
nore strongly than at that period of a woman's
life when s*e is absMt to become a mother.
Nature ist be assisted at tW crisis, d
for this very contingency
w h bene devised that the mclwes 1 ,,,,m
SitpAsoned and weakened as they have been
by the dress of our higher civilization, may
fulfill without undue suffering and poss:blt
Itfing harm, the functions or which the Crea-
tor intended them.
Mother's Friend by its kindly o-ces softens
and relaxes these pats and r :;IA,: the mother
to be, to pm through the parturient period'
and actual crisis with practically no .ufferin r.
; herself and an ey delivery of her oeprtng.
ltj: applied weramnllt as a massage and is
A gntn-rritating, soothing, and nomt efficacious
'inin:ent. $-o. All drugiss. Our book
"MothAerhood" at free on request.
H. diAl- Regulator0. .,

The DeFunlak Breeze says: Last
week the 'ditor of the Breese in com-
pany with W. L., and L. F. Cawthon
with Abe Mitcheom as guide, who b)
the way knows every sheep trail and
hog track In that part of the world
mad-e a prospecting trip down to th<
scuthwest-rn part of the county In the
anighborh(ood of Rocky creek. and
may be of more than passing interest,
.ven to those who think that they are
pretty well acquainted with thoe coun
..y and its natural wonders.
Our first surprise was in the nature
of the country and character of the
soil. We had. in common with a great
many others formed the idea that the
country was much of the nature or
that between here and Mossy Head for
instance, only more so, nut instead, we
tound that it was more rolling and
generally y well, and in some places
heavily timbered, and the soil running
Horn that on to which you would have
t, fertilize heavily to raise a difficulty.
:o a sandy loam with a good clay sub-
soil, but in most cases where the bet-
ter soil is it is so much cut up with
spring branches that really but httla
tillable land is to be had, except in
patches of from one or two to possibly
ten acres. There are exceptions to
this, however, and here and there is
a forty that lies as pretty as any-
thing out of doors.
On the way down to Mr. Mitcheom's
homestead we turned a mile out of
the way to see what is known as tho
green pine stump.
Gen. Jackson's Road.
When General Jackson marchtf
through the country from S'. Augus
tine to Pensacola along about 1814, he
cut out and built an excellent road
which even to this day is in many
places the best road in the county. Tiri
stumps of th', trees that were cut, and
everything in the way of a bee line
was cut, were rounded off on top so
that it is easy to recognize them where-
ever seen, and it is one of these that
has for thirty years or longer been
known as the green pine stump. It is
that of a tree about fourteen inches in
diameter. the center of the stump br-
ing partly decayed, but the bark of
which is as green and living as when
some har,jy frtnftlaerman nearly a
century ago cut it down, and the bark
I., gradually growing toward the' top
in the same manner that nature uses
to heal an oralinary wound on the side
of a living tree. What keeps It green
is entirely a matter of speculation,
but It is likely that it draws its sus-
tenance from a live tree some two
feet distant, the roots of the two grow-
ing down together.
Going further west we crossed Rock'
creek at what is known as the "Bear
stand," a famous camping ground andt
renalesvous for thos3 who hunt and
shear sheep in that section, then turn-
Ing southwest traveled some four or
live miles, then east to the old ford
where Jackson crossed on his trip.
There are many things of Interest
hi that section not the least being the
loneliness of being so far from any
habitation and yet so near home but
snace forbids at this timer

OLDRINO, Whelesal Dealer

No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C W. LAMAR. Vite.President. JNO ov'7"ER. Asst. Cashier.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
Henry L. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
Bryan Dunwody. W. E. Mtauo.Jr.,
Frank leilly, W. L Cawtaon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGonurn, Dr. W. J. Hannah.
F. B-awner, McKenzie Oertt:.
C. W. Lsmar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Cov!ngton.
Accounts of Banks, Indivlduals, Corporations, and Firms Solcted.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.

WM. H. KNOWLES. Prestdoet.
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.

W. K HYER. J V.-Pres and Caush
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.



of Pensaoola, Fla.

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


rates at Southern Hotel or We draw our own Bills of xr Vessels disbursed upon the Meet
Low rates at Southern Hotel lor A Freak of r!ature. cnange on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Term., and their .
rooms and board. On the return we came by the San- Germany, Franee Austria, Italy, gatios take Payable at Port of
dy mountains, another of nature's Holland, Spain, Bigllum, Rua, Degationa taken Payable at Port of
Cruelty to Antmaf freaks. This is a high hill, itself on Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and De ation T*n Days After Va
Colonel Martin, resident near the city the top of an elevated plateau, some- other European oounteri, sel Arrives there.
of Galway, on the southern border of think like a mile an.a a half long, and
Connemara. Ireland, was probably the iyt the form of a horse shoe and so per-
rst to stait the worthy humanitarian feet In its shape tha were it not for Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
first to stat the worthy humanitarian i mmensy might be thought tohave aPriat D rtmct for the use oi enters.
crusade against cruelty to animals. l.The e work of a man in some bygone Private Department the us CAC .
surprised British house of lords shout- age. Th-a top of this ridge is not more
ed insult and derision at Lord Erskine than a hundred feet wide sloping down savings De aip tment-Interest Paid onD w
when In 1811 he ventured to gently sharply on either side' for possibly a
plead the cause of dumb brutes. The hundred feet perpendicular, and steep positsat Rate of 4 per eent per Annum.
British house of commons would have enough to require good wind to climb
treated Martin in the same manner it without resting. From the highest -- --
when he introduced his bill for the pre- point we had been told that we could L HILTON 0GI2M Pus 'I % .LLse, vics PsssAsmrI
mention of cruelty to animals but for see the smoke from town. distant be- a. U sasIuss, uasIas. MANsFEl#Io MouANo, ABe U Aeums
wholesome regard for his dueling repu- tween 13 and 14 miles as the crow
taton, flies, but we found that we could seet ens N tonal Bank
three buildings 'very distinctly by Z f N atio nal D ank,
"Dick Martin's act," as the humani- climbing a scrub pine some twenty ofy Peiseo a. Florla.
tarian statute was known, was passed feet high, and had there ever been M.eWrts r T. UoWelsrs
In 1822, "a memorable date in the his- any question as this being the highest : xM. Ma RMorrrn L. Elites Grsa.e
tory of humane legislation." On June point the view from there would settle A EIfNERL B.NKING BUSINB TRANSACTED.
24, 1824, Colonel Martin and a few it. To the north, west, south and
other benevolent individuals met in east in every direction is a view over -
Loudon and formed the first society for miles of pine forest, the limit being ----e.----- ------a------- eeeeeee -----
the prevention of cruelty to animals. only the range of vision to where land J j. REES- Preside-t. E. W. MENFEE-, Cashier.
Forty years later the movement spread and sky seem to meet, but in the one R. M. OARY, Vice-Preildcant,
to America. In 18G6 Henry Bergh direction of a little east or north T DArI.' Ah ICUi iA
formed the New York society ands out he hill on which DeFunlaki THE PEOPUL S BANK Of PE SAGOLA.
is built. We have stoo.1 on the ercs. -Dreotor--L. J. Ro.ves, J. I. Reese W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Car
Words, In re.of hills in western Texs from which W.A. O'Alemberte, T. A. Jenning.
word. I Use. it is said the range of vision to an- W. A. A b I. A. Jennings.
Ordinary well educated people use other hill is 65 miles, and on TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
from 3,000 to 4.000 words In caversa- Rockies where in the clear air of -YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULL1SOIJCITD
tlon. Accurate thinkers and reasoners, plains brings objects seemingly to
who avoid vague and general expres- hand, but never have we seen a more -A- --- "i
sons and wait till they find a word entrancing view of natural scene)
that exactly fits their meaning. em- thab from the crest of Sandy Moun-
ploy of course a larger stock; eloquent tain. C n o X L. .
speakers may even rise to a command Wholesale and Ratit a sier is
of 10,000. Shakespeare, who had a tca-h ,si A thrc
greater wealth of expression than any QUEEN VICTORIA'S HAIR. Ste ma Do Bl Anthracite
other writer, produced all his plays and BlaOrsmith L
with about 15,000 words. Milton's Its Great Profusion Was Always a Oefflc-No. A South lPlaf3z street. Telephoae, 15.
works are built up with 8,000 and their Cause of Wonder. Yards on Zrragos and Gonszal trfte. Phoae,
Old Testament contains 5,642. Even at the age of 5O years, Queen
Our language therefore Is not, after Victoria's hair was a marvel of luxu- --
all, so formidable as it seems when we riance. The court physician, follow-
hear of a dictionary of 250.M words. ine Prof. Unna's discovery, undoubt- A- ..-----.-... .. SO .*-

Skents' Etymological Dictionary, which
Is limited to primary words (that ti to
say, it would explain luck, hut not
lueky or unlucky or luckless), deals
with no more than 13,00f) and among
them are some really antiquated ones
which were used some centuries ago,
but are now to be found in the diction-
ary only.-Blaekwood's.

Htis Nap.
"How late do you usually
Sunday morning?'"
"Well, It all depends."
"Depends on what"
"The length of the sermon."
TIme'- Drvrw.

sleep on

Bliks-Time runs on, eh? Now, what
makes time run on? Bunks-The spur
of the moment, I supPoS.

edly treated her Majesty's scalp with:
a germ destroying preparation, thati
was not made public. It is known
however, that the remedy for dan-
iruff, the germ destroy)ing element is
embodied in Newbro's Herpncide. the
only hair preparation on the market
that does destroy the dandruff germ.
Without dandruff, hair will grow pro.
fusely, and falling hair, will be stop-
ped. "Destroy the cause, you remove
the effect." For sale by W. A. IDAl-
emberte, druggist and apothecary, 121
South Palafox street. or send 10 c in
stamps to The Herplcide Co., Detroit,

Low rates at Southera Hotel for
rooms and board.


-, -- -.u --?, .t -w-:r --- __~er ,
own" ..

t will pay you to hinvestiate our prices before buyin yur

flerdware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We als wan& hints, il, Bri" Lie uand C0mat.
We can save yes mey on everything.

Saunders Mill Company

Office 29 Est Garden Street Phone 717.
Fatoryi Nb P aldoz Street. Phone f133).

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40f -I m's Advice s at-e
ROM-100eS"and CostlyExperienoe-


1 I. tEtLLft Elfr

?r, loo "A. 8)

_________________________ - ~ -

It is a sad but
true fact that nc Tarry--
every year
br'ri;7. an in-
ciea'- in the
numberofopera-^ iBERRET-KESSLER
Stionl 1wrform.-d INVITATIONS OUT.
upon omen in Pensacola friends
our hospoa ,st K(es-er and his char
fourthanh of :e i rece:p o: the follo
Patients lying Mr. and Mrs. Jos: p
on those snow rte4ues; the- honor ol
gbf beds are women and girls who at the marr.agt o"
We awaiting or recovering from opera. Eleanjr W
ms made necessary by neglect. t,
e3rv cone of those patients had Mr. i::iarn d, (
otybof warning in that bearingdon ea edn(eiay. the i u
selling, pain at the left or right of the at h.gsj* n
womb, nervous exhaustion pain in the Church ). te i
mall of the back. leuecorrhra, dizzi- Sykesvile
eaw. fttulency. displacements of the
womb or irregularities. All of these Sykesville is a subu
-m*ptoms are indicatirms of an un- Md., where the le
mlt.hy condition of the ovaries or which has been in th
Womb. and if not heeded the trouble eral generation, is b
will make headway until the penalty :he manson standing
b to be paid hby a dangerous opera- grounds. that notm;it
rn. and a lifetime of impaired useful. tury of cultivation still
se= at best. whiie in many cases the :be-.r quaint colonial
aemults are fat.l. Mr. Kesslar has- bee
The follorinrg letter should bring con ratuat ions since
hope to aufforin. -v,.men Miss Luella men; of his engagemn
AdAmis.of the Colonnade Hote, i, beattl ed in he Journal. t t(
Wash., writes. h;s brid.-elect may w
Dw3rMrs. Pinham:- upon her couquest ol
"About twn Tyears arni wasa greatmuf- lligible but so hop
r from 'v ere female trouble. pains and San t
Thl-d'xt r prw-rilhd forwmead a
mtli'v i.-ld, t-e tht.it i lad a tumor on the
ii: and mu. gnda-ngo anI o wr.tion if I THE PINEY POINT
vW sed tog.t weli I fIt that this wa mv TOASTED NEW CIT
fth warran. tout I;v ivt hbirtIrelfs <.f d< 1- A iert:- tariv ol '
for n'i->l-l hleip. but t tuno.r k.,pt nue mn n.ihi. r pro, ui
growinz brtuinatel I -or-tw;spa.inded with ia n *
am u in thf Ne's Fngiand Stato. and sho oe(st ,rday n.,'rinn ( us
eavifs.J meit.tat L-, ta E. Pirkhani'sV~-t- out-.y with haIy. hitc-,
hble e ut, i;nti a- wa.- aid I. cure tin- of firy s:e(,is- and ts-
pis. I di -, nn. immediately tbiian to M'ss Claire Pryor w
msprc-re in health a;ni I wa .-n rtirol Curwd. tinct ion of having train
1 t.-,;'rdw a u .n. entir-h. without rn n o i
earatimon. I wih r% rv su!f'-rri I woman a i:l hours, in'o a 'h
Would try thi gat pri ;ration." ca:ed beas: and : ;
+ ,

Just aw surely a- Mis. Adlarnms was
Curcd of the troules enurn-rated in
ber letter. just so '-.rcly wiii Lydia E.
i1akhalm' e V'-..tabie COnmpoun i cure
ev.r Tr woman in the land v ho Miffurs
from womb trobl-les. inflammation of
t'.'e ovaries. kidneTy troubles, nervous
excit"-blity rnd nervous prostration.
,r;.. Pinltha-r invites all young
:- ,' .vriit her forftree



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mni Lon', Arnow ~fa');: 'Who .yo, Come

,Women and Society, i-Iere and Elsewhere

of Mr. W de C.
ming fiancee are
wing invitations:
h Waiter Berret
I your presence
tn .r daughter

Cormis Kessler
,rtn of Oc:ober
loly Trinity
, Md.
trb (of B altimore,
rret homestead
e family for sev-
eatifully l.~,are;.
in the midst of
stand their ccn-
1! retain much of
n showered with
the ann')unm i -
ent was publish-
o weeks ago, and
ell be l-llctated

a g',ntleman "'so
peless.y unassaii-

Neo Cin y girls,"
red a big wagon
shioned it gener-
,-d to it a team
:.et,.: as driver
. 1 as the dis-
nU-. all una:dedi.
orougl.ly do'nes-
:nereiore looked

up 'o as 'lhe only Norsewoman in
Nov. Cit ."
Eich g:r; arrivedd a bashing s-Ait and
a a.'ke "'stuffed" with good things
and aIter enijoying the drive to Bayou
Texar the "'liit" and 'hitched- and
thoe;u tnjoyed-their morning "plunge'
wh.eh is sa;d to be th, beautifierr"
Which makes then so a.:ractive. es-
I.Ccia'ly as to compexion and grace.
At'er their bath, a romp and a
hai: drying" contest. they again
boa.rt-ld the' wagon and drove aoout
s ing a shady plact and lecid i on
a lovely po:n' xtendtng into the
ba\ ou an-n chaded .1 % a thick row th

were recumbent-until they drors
In the party were Miss Flossie and
Miss Georgia Boyer. Miss Florence
Marston. Miss Claire Pryor, Miss
Ocle Clubbs, Miss russie and Miss
Fannie Gingles, i!iss Lucile Boyer
and Miss Alma s-mond.

After fifty one days of typhoid fever!
Mi:'sLydia Frctcher of New Orleans,
the lovely) young sister-in-law of Dr.
E. F. Bruce is now convalescent and
on Wednesday was able to sit up for!
a little while.
Immediately after the close of
school last June, Miss Frotcher
came from New Orleans to spend the
vacation with her sister Mrs. Bruce
and enjoy a well-earned rest after a
year of hard study preparing to grad-.
uate next term.
About five weeks after her arrival
in Pensacola ....ss Frotcher became
.ll and later developed a severe case
,." typhoid fever, which for a time
threatened serious results. But,.
thanks to a good constitution and

Still in Busilness I
is now located at
Cor. Government and Barcelona Sts..
and is better prepared than ever
to repair safes, typewriters,

every care that love. medical skill guns, pistols, locks, light ma-
and good nursing could provide the chinery and bicycles.
intense anxiety of her family and PHONE 203.
their friends is now relaxed, and,
though still very weaK the young lady would my opinion of
is fairly on the road to recovery. vou would not print my opinion of
Judging from the continuous stream him so I refrain.
of sympathetic inquiries, flowers and But pleas-e, as a warning to the fair
other delicate attentions that have maiden whose name is not "Mabel"
poured in from the first announce-' please tell her that '-- is not
ment of her illness, this pretty young only selfishly Jealous and generally.
visitor is so popular with the friends bad-tempered, but, not long ago in a
of Dr. and Mrs. Bruce that her cn-i burst of confidence he read me Alfredl
valescence promises to be relieved of Austin's "Birthday Present," and.
every possible tei'ium and the remain- closing the book with a bang exclaim-
.Ver of hr "'shut in" life be made as ed in all serlousnes-
enjoyable as affection can devise. 'Them's my sentiments to a t-y-ty,
'While her protracted illness will and I'll take no less to my heart.'
prevent Miss Frotcher from complet- Then, after a long, unbroken silence
ing her college course next June, the! he threw his feet down from the ta-
year of rest which it enforces wilt ble, slapped his first upon the board
all the better prepare her for the with a thud and said: 'And by
brilliant honors to be achieved by the George, that means bachelorhood, for
class of '07, of which she will more no such woman exists."
easily capture her share. So, she is Why, Miss editor, tLat Bayshore
entitled to the v.-ole year of real rest girl whose name is net "Mabel" is all
and pleasure to which everybody and more than Austin describes, in
trusts she will thoroughly devote her- my opinion. But hre are his words.
self without a shadow of regret. Judge 'for yourself.

of pine trees, which they christened WHAT HE WOUL DEMAND FRIENDS SURPRISE
"Piney Point' and at once "hone- WHAT HE WOULD DEMAND MR HERALD QUINA
steaded" or preempteded" or whatever SAYS GREEN EYES. Mr. Gerald Quina of No. 314 East
it is you do when .ou decide to take Following is a communication Romana Street was given a pleasant
possession of a body ol lani without which explains itself and may be surprise Tuesday evening by a num
sayingg money for it. Sort o' like they termed "Chapter 3" in a little ro-; ber of young folk in honor of his 19th
,n- we-'. .,on know. ma!nce that has unexpectedly devel -birthday.
litr.- r h. i :n. n was spread un- or*,d from a brief item that recently The music on the piano was fur-
r 'he tr .s An,1 .sucrh a incheoi. appeared in this department of The isahea' by the host, Mr. Quina and
v.ih irc:utiod frtI Ufi'., cau-.-:* and .lotnita!. :Master Manual Johnson assisted by
,,,.: ; ems-' -es. a 'et7 r : M. DP-ar Mis. People-and Events. Mr. Thomas Johnson on the violin.
. ,ram an:d I-o; on.I ia 'r. :irn! Ii my .v pinion yvoi served that. The evening passed pleasantly and
=.'- : '. v,. : courr.-. ,.' ,= an!;::.-p s. - -- Just daring the latter part delightful re-
A-, .. : tr.T',- : ,-. -ci-s rich: for say.n- "consarn 'em." If 'cr fresii:rnts were sarv-d.
v,. a o, of .-ra" i.-d peach-, *,,, u,,t, r r-a-un. houh there are Fsv- Among those present were Mr. and
an afte-" ..,',:.z ;'in ru:'. ;,.,. r-.-ain ,.ra No cn-;. -an--ahem-ni-ould Mr!s. Joe Quina, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
Sc(',: . -, pourtei ,.. in th., r ,r t any vyoin. ladies in that un- D:ck Swalne.. Mrs. Arthur Johnson
.'-w-: -- '-i'r 1 ..... ., 'e n a irean uses and Mrs. Emmanuel Quina, Miss Lo-
'The N, ":.' :' ; '- 'i .. r" :, re '- :nz theo "ros --bhud e Villar,. Miss Inez Harrison, Mi.ss
SLapp :.--- ;.;'-' !; ,, ." ..o are ma;.inz every % 'oui-e Swaine, Miss Ella nwaine, Miss
...,.: .a h n -' :..i, .f "a" :I (n tty I.' of quarantine DIenie Swaine, Miss Millie Swaine,
Stx a- ; bust t'e garis rth. moment Miss Angelina Phillipl. Miss Cle-neu-
V'.' ,- :k : .. -' i-h i ; "- 'hi ." is pre( n -e would t.ne Phihipi. Miss Josephine Philipf
S \iT<. -w : n "' "* >'."', ',, ( ': "'t -, t. e li:. "--woll, M.\r. Bud S-wane, Mr. Gerald QuQ na,
---- Mr. Thomas Johnson. Mr. Charles
Vett rs, Mr. John Kelly, Mr. Joseph
"1, ../,/-) ,/',/ J ,7I /1, I/ ) , ,,-D ~ Quina. Jr., Master Ediward Swaine,

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In be JbejUl. :1, S-j p*j-nt
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tmch'-r, A 'u-- a}i i

br ol P-4vor
An a r' Pr (-'p
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L"1EhI a ral UI IkAn uhm

For a '.. -r ra. "o fi'! :n h"'.e ,'ult:-:p it r a picking g of the hen-
be'wec-. .n time tho-,t. are s ".-n-ra -'a ('.-u; n ing flat around the shoul-
po:nts common the nd.! i:- "r hfr-ame velvete, and the full
S, T ir' nT- or w:*h many shirrings done
,rated. There is a little square fe ':.n ,,v.r a featherbone cording. The,
dat!on yoke over the shoulders to *, '\-e is a very full puff from shoul-
which the full skirts of the coat ar' .'r to wr-is. an., fin-ihed w:th a pain
whirred. these being planned to exten.a vilvet l a ;d cuff. The original mod-el
o jJust below the knee and cover up 1- in a soft shade of rose red henr!etta
-he little frock ben-eath entirely. Th? but any of the new colorings will de-'
,apc is one of those simple but z-_.!_i velop fully as prettily.




Chester Whidden. a young man
just entering manhood, fell desperate-
ly in love with his cousin, Etta Whid-
don. a pretty miss of 14 summers
pays the Arcadia News. The younj
lad3 did not return his affections. so
with the he!p of sympathizing friends
he decided to kidnap her from her
home. With the assistance of h's
brother, Curtis and Lamb and Cyri.
McClelland, :he young lady was in-
duced to go w t A Lhem to Zolio where
Justice H. M. High made the young
mait happy. The girl tearfully re
turned with her new-made husband to
his home in G2rdner. About this
time the irate father was hot on the
trail of his npw son-in-law and found
them with the door barricaded. Pro-
curing a gun he returned to the
house and demanded his daughter.
Reluctantly the door was opened and
th daughter rushed into the arms ot
her fond parent. The new son-In law
made a dash for liberty. With the aid
of the neighbors the two youthful ac-
complices to the abduction were
captured. Constable Prine took the
train for Pun'a Gorda where he cap-
tured the husband and returned with
him to Gardner. The father had
Chester arrested. The uncle of the
new son-in-law had the girl's father
arrested for assault with intent to
murder. The end is not. yet, but the
youthful pair are separated and th-
mitter will probably be taken to thI
courts, as the girl is not of age and
did not have time to obtain her
father's consent.

Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
Foley & Co., Chicago. originate.!
Honey and as a throatiandung
remedy, and on account of the great.
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar many imitations are of-
fered for the genuine. These worth-
less imitations have similar sounding
names. Beware of them. The gen
uine Fole.'s Honey and Tar is !n a
yellow package. Ask for it and rr'
fuse any substitute. It is the best
remedy for coughs and colds. W. A.
D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothecary,-

emy in Birmingham unable to enter
Florida on account of the quarantine.
Cadet Loftin wl'l send the reman:-
der of his leave in Nashville with nis
mother and sister.

Mrs. Henry T. Wright. Mrs. L. S.
Brown and children wno have spent
the summer in Canada. New York and
other places, are now en route home
registered in Atlanta at the Majestic.
where they will remain until the it-
ua .ou iiproivt-s.
Mr. an l Mrs. T. C. Watson ha,,e "e-
turned to Ameri a 'r:er a simmiir .).
the otLier a tie .-i 1 are g r'gse(i-edj at
"Tlitn S-afford ;in Phi.a : .paia.
The Pensa-ola f::e~,i- of Mrs. S:-
perei:le, who has be -i qji;e ill :a
he, summer ho-ri- near Havana, 11it
pi c-sed to leirn that 3ht is much m-
pro\ ed.

and Master Manual Johnson. Miss Amy Briggs returned Wednes-
All wisheno the nost a nappy birth- day from Ft. Deposit. Al., where tcsa
day and hoped he would live to se4 ha- spent six weeks vis ting trend"
many more. At eleven o'clock Tvery- T mn
body had said, 'Good-night." The man friends of Mr. C. R. John-
sor who appeared to be improving will
THE MISSES CERUTI regre: to learn that he has.. suffered a,
ENTERTAIN WITH FLINCH. relap-e and is now seriously ill.
Mis.sea Maud and Katie Ceruti en- A BIRTH-DAY PRESENT
ter-a no i last 'evening a few of the:r
intimate '.renas at flinch at their de- w t
ig~tful home. on 'I'Breeze Hill." Those pay what, to please, you you would
pie.-- nt were Miss Jesse and Miss Fan-' have me be!"
nie ;;,'igles. Miss Clara Pryor, M'bss Then I.s n. dear!
-Ta.. Miss Katie Ceruti, Mr. Juo. I fain would have you very fair to
Pr. Jas. Ginzles, Mr. Raymond see
S,' : Mr. and Mrs. Mabson. After And sweet to hear.
-ames, refreshments were;
antd about 11 o':'ock all left You should' have Aphrodite's form and
voting the little affair a face.
Ju.,. sceas. With Dian's tread.;
SAnd something of Minerva's lofty!
Mabel Loftin who has spetj grace
the bummer with her sister Mrs. LeJ- Should crown your head.
lIe B. Brooks on Bayou Texar haI III.
returned home too keen house for her Summer should wander in your voice,
brother Hon. Scott M. Loftin while and spring
their mother is north. Gleam in your gaze.
And pure thoughts ripen in your heart
Mrs. W. M. Loftin and daughter that bring
Miss Kate left Thurslay noon for' Calm autumn days.
Nashville, Tenn.. where they will IV.
meet her son, Cadet Edward H. Lof- Yours should be winning ways that
tin who has spent several weeks of make love live,
his leave from the U. S. Naval Acad- And ne'er grow old.
W.th vver something yet more sweet
.. ... I to give.
Which you withhold.
You should have generous hopes that
,< n I_ A '1 can beguile
T hUp KPB t Lf's doub'.- and( fears.
The B est ,And ever waiting on your April smile.
i : The gift of tears.



and the new "kinks" in
preparing and serving
make this the best soda
fountain and ice cramn
parlor in the south.

Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 S. Palafor. Phone 999

You should he close to us as earth
and sea,
And yeP as far
As Heaven itself. In sooth, I'd have
you be
Just what you are.
Now. Miss People-and-Events, tell
that Bayshore girl to put that in her
pip---beg pardon. I mean-in her
scrap book and think of me. to whom
she is it. And, I don t mind- since
she once declared there is no rrai
love without jealousy-admitting that
Im myself, just a bit of a
Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon
Lemon and Vanilla Extracts. Takes
less. Flavors perfectly.

Low rates at Southern Hotel for ':

You Have Nearly

Stamped Out the

Yellow Fever


Sulphur, Insect Powder and Oil of




Beaustloa ti the only harmless prepar-
tion that - mplet ly obX.terato ALL
facial bi mishe., tra of rare worry. 1ll-
ne and exposure. After a few app ica-
lionsof B euttola. ant of youth returns
and ae fa Is like a maatle from the faeW.
lerlng the skin -oft. clear and velvety.
nota wrinkle or blemish remaus Beautl-
o~a is eudored by tb Medi a1 Fraternity.
Phemite antd Expert Dermtstnlorists. I'-
ha. made faded. but o re b autifut ladi.r
as youthful at forty and fifty as they were
at twenty, also used by men with 'he same
wonderful results. Beastela remov- the
worst cases of BRlWWt. LtVBA POT.I,
G ON5. PrIes :0 oeant. VBIRY BOX
For sale by leading drugglsts ir sent
direct to
Dept. St. Louis.
Beautto'sa bok m-iled free upon reque .








are especially invited to call on us. We have many
things that are of especial intera;st tom you. ako a prop.-
sition whereby you can furnish your rooms or home and
pay for it while you are using it.


108110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.




Engraving and Fins Slat. n3ry.

Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

SE. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co,

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No Backachel

as long as you drink


The Official Whiskey of the United States Goverment,



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PHONE 1100



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rooms au4 board.

TH.E SA OA......F IAY...R.N..E T MB R 2,.95.....

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The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements

No avomwrtis emnt taken for less than 2.o

Spoai rates 4 v !~ 711moi

Vtf9ss I

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WANTED.-Evern-body to know thal
I am prepared to furni'h them char-
coal in any quantity. at I will alwaNv
bave a car load on hand. Will d.el-1
er an amount fr7om 4 hushel ";'.
Wagons on the st ree daily. When
you want charcoal listen for the ft
horn. Vucovich Coal Yard, Geo. \uc.,
vich, Prop. 17s.
,WAN'TED.-To rent five or six ro'uni
cottage, either on North or West
Will. Must have all modern conv(:'-
laees. Address P. 0. Box 464, City.
WANITD.-We can accommodate a
few guests at an up-to-date mnounL'Ir.
hotel; climate deligntful and goodi wa-
ter; moderate rates. AIdress F. D.
Oanningham, Buena Vista, Va.
Keep your system in good corditlinc
and you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jais.
WANTWD.-To rent or buy iImprovei
place, not more :i.an S miles north
or northwest of Pensacola, with 1b :o
25 acres of land in cult.vaticn. % as-
tine Hutto. Hoits, Fla. IseptIn,*
KING & HL'AL, contracting painters
and decoratore. Fine varnishino
aed finishing. Sign painting a spe--
caity. Residence phone 249. 29aug.
Mrs. Laura W Creary will re%.Tme
agency for the Winona mills hisinry.
and solicits the pa-rcnage of a. fornm-
er customers. If iun:eres:ed in ,0ool
bosiery send postal card and she wili
call with samples, or phone 147.
27augl ]m
WANTED.-You to know that you can
buy nioe, clean old papers at thLs
o@ce cheap.
XO TO want to buy or sell anything?
A little waat ad will bring wonderful
eswlta. The cost is too isigaiflcent

WANTED.-Everybody to know that
our Blend of Coffee may be imi;atet
but cant be equaled. New Cr.eans
Gorcery Co. Jas. McKiugh, Prop.
WANTED.-The public to know that
we are pioneer Coffe P.R ,ter:- ,f
Florida. New Orieans Grocery Co,
raa. McHugh, Prop. aug2J
WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer
o. wants your moving and bauling.
All breakage guaranteed. T. 13 hor-
am, Prop. Phone 978. ISjunelm.
We want everybody 'o know -hat we
are wholesale and retail grocers anl
GUtll a" the old stand. New Or.-ans
Grocery Co, Jas. ALcHugh, Prop.
WAdNID--TYour electric work o: all
ikads. Let us clean your fans, re-
air your dynamo, do yor wiring. etc.
Ftoue 570. Pensacola Electr- Co.
SraM" Intadeacia and Baylen trets.
WANTIAD-Haulng and transtfr ,
work. O0ce phone 6i3. Re,4de.l.e
phone 390. Acosta & White. 22-2S N.
Tarragona. 25mch
IAXTI who want to ren' houass
tSams or ayth.ian else for taa .
matter, will find The Journal Waut
Ads a great help.
WANTED-Orersw for The Journala
special Peseacola and Panama Canal
i6tos" which will shortly appear.
WiU ,taia half-tone pictures of city,
harbor and special scenes. 15 ceant&
Leave orders at Journal offoe.
WANTED--Second -and Corn, Oat
and eettoi seed meal Backs Out of
t ow shipmeats solicited. Write as.
F. S. Mellen & Co. 2'narchl m
A. RI. INGHAM wanta your r.ovitng
and hauling He guarantees al break-
age. Phone 63a
bold Articlea. Jewelry and any sale
able Article wanted. We pay cash
for it. Address P. O. Box 253 City.

specialty and your betn.s will
have careful atteatom. D. Hale Wl
eam & O.

Ren's poll;ce! and prom.p: returns
7I.-.de. Money loaned a lo..west rates
If yo3 u : t;-,,. pr-o'r:y :,) sell. let
uc know about it. We have clients
T.ho want to buy any property paying
gooa' returns.
2041. S. Palafox St., Fisher Building.


WIFE on place near city. Woman
fo-r general housework: man to work
on premif-es. Good. permanent pla.'e
for r:ghT partie.f l.e.ve address at
Journal office and adverti-er will ca!..
2.. cpt
WANTED.-T-To good-id -- or cot-
Sre; nmen wilh h,'r.
sell char--al. good mon-y for h:. -.
tale's, n, nor h- t bhi tlers need ap;:-.
-\pp:) V'iovich Coal Yards, on Al.
carni and Gart-n. 22sep.3rt.
\ AN '--, rc,... two yo.r ,
ladies to learn millinery. Applv at
Mrs Nordstrom's Millinery, No. 11 E.
I;t ;ad':;. ia St. 22s ;t

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of $1.00 Only.

No Taxes! No Interest!


We want you to feel that any,
businesss entrusted to us will re-,
celve prompt attention and have
the utmost care.
Advice free.

This offer is made to clerks, oar- If You Went
penters, baymen, hackniemn, or to any
one who has the dc-ir- to grasp an to buy or sell property, rent or
opportunity that they may never nave lease dwellings, borrow or locla
again. Suppose I :sk -ou this oues- money, secure a Fire, Life or
tlon: HOW MUCH do you unnece3- Accident Insurance Policy, w-
sarily spend each week for which you undoubtedly can serve you well
have nothing to show? To form a and to your satisfaction, at the
basis from which to illustrate, we will same time save you time and
say $1.00. money
Suppose you pay that $1.00 to me money.
each week and in a few months on ,Our Methods
will be an owner of real ,.-tate. Think
of it. Here is the chance of your ilHe! are up-to-date and you will finds
Call and see me. it a pleasure to deal with us.

Thos. Pebley Advice free.
Office Cor. Romara and Palafox Sts. L. S. BROW N & Co
1'lone 5.. 45-.'-

Money is One of

Man's Best Friends i

eut how to acquire it s bthe question. We want you to
come and talk taie rra'ter over wih us.

We Have Real Estate to Sell
and want to sell it. We believe t"ose wh9 buy now will
find our judgment in alues good and that .ou will make
mionfy out of i-.

Pensacoia nvestLment Coo
A. L. M'1LFAEIBTE, City Manager.
W. L. KNOWLE, Fresidat. R. L SIMP0DN, Secretary.
J. L. STUIMAN. V.-Prs. ad Gem. Manager. KNOWLES fYER, Tratssrr.
Re@t Etate "*Asm, Ceseral Iawestaments.
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.

!'OR SALE-!I am Florida State Agent
for Fi-e and Burglar Proof Safes and
Vault Fixtures of all descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Safe anl
Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
-Itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
2Sjune. I
FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock of
confectioneries and cigars, located
on Palafox street. Can be had at bar-
win if h-hacA nt njnna AnDI1 EX -

WANTEDP-Ho:el cook colored boy to cambia Realty Co. 1Saug.
co.k in a small hotel, good salary, -
answer quick. for Chip'- v Hotel. Ch'i. FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4
-ly. F1a 1 s,, rooms and hall) between Palafax
Two WHit E ADiES wan sitons and Baylen streets on Jordan St.
i claITr Ltrad, S or inin oo near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap.
; naJApp o 2 ening room ply ro J. W. West at Saunders Mill.
Appl.- to 625 West Gregory 22auz1m
ti 1/seplw I.22Aulm*
S -All young o FOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents
ar. ,' persons woo per hundred. Good for wrapping
h or book- paper and to put under matting. All
pr.. .. o" r.eg. -K in upositonsor! clean and nice. Journal office.
n. o regier with us imme-
Sy ,- can secure you good pos-: Do you value your health? If so,
a:e having more calls use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
3' r .it: t ':i can supp:'-. It will cor enc. "Schly. New Orleans Groceryi
vt()v nozbNng to register with us. Mc.!x Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30
& :.ta,,, I roprie'ors. rhe MobHi I
f1siness College. No. 62-64 N. Royal We have been with you in Pensaco-
S: N!Mo"e, Ala .1sep;lm* la since 1874, and still intend to stay
.... .ith you and serve you with the best:
\A.NTED -Agents make $6 daily sell of groceries at lowest .nar-
i "le cheapes; and most perfect ket prices. New Orleans Grocery,
Water :t.- lever inli noted. Ktetai% Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20
at $2.00. Bis profit. Exclusive terr
tory. Seneea Filter Co., Seneca, Me FOR SAIAE.-Completely furnished
I">er'-lI* house, corner Gadsden St. and 7th

WANTED.-Trustworthy ri.n to ma-
age branch office and dfstribu.ing (6,
pCot for large manufacturer. Salary t'

avenue. Beautiful home. Must be
sold at once-a bargain. Marion Clut-
ter. 20septlw


200 Theisen Bid'g


FOR SALE-South ha'f block 211,
fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by
1371 feet on Bay View Park; also
south half of block 2T2, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 137'3 feet on Bay
View Park. The only p:I(perty adjoin-
ing Say View Park that is now for
sale. The beautiful view down the
bayou and down the bay can never be
obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30Jly
GROW GINSENG. Large profits.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today for literature. Bucking.
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0.
FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine
young mules, sound and in good
condition. Also one 2-horse Stude.
baker wagon..W. S. Garfield. 4Jun.
FOR SALE-Second-hanaa caan rifle.
ter in perfect condition. Will am:l
cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can
be seen at Jamt McHugh's 22mea


FOR RENT.-FiYve room cottage with
bath and gas, 1107 S. Cervantes. two
blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septim*
FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner
Hayne and Wrigit streets. Apply
W. S. Garfield. 27aug.
FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block cut-
side city limits on county hard
road, with six room house; wind mill;
water pipes in yard and all through
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
M. McClellan, at First National Bank,
Pensacola. 26auglm

FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner
Hayne and Belmont street. Apply
W. S. Garfield. 12jul
FOR RENT.-Residence lately o>-
cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
43 S. Palafox street 7junae
FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor-
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra-
gossa. 26m:r

Money to Loan.


wUIi r DpnDeDT


Estate Agency

LOST-Whtette Setter Puppy left ear
lemon colored, right ear speckeled
lemon and white; nzme Trixle. Re-
' ward for return to E. W. Caro, 11 W.

ManufacturErs oC
and Dealers in

II IIILL I IIUI L I I movement St. 22septlw* DRIED SAoK.
LOST.-Black, butt-bead cow, with -
steer calf with white face. Reward THE
for return to Nathan Adams, 509 sal-,
I a amanca St., City. 19septlw* SHORT LINE
--- LOST-Maltese Angora Kitten near- ..to
ly grown Reward for return to 811,
4 Lots on northwest corner of E. LaRua St. 19s'et California and Northwest
Romana and "C" streets....$775 LOST, TRAYED OR PTOLiN-a a
Northwest quarter of block 189, Black Holeten cow with brass tips via
West King tract..............$125 on horns; about 4 years old, either Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Kansas
springer or with calf. Resard for re Cltv Is the
10 Lots in block 48, West King turn Burns' Dairy, 309 W. Zarragossa
tract... ............*w St. s neptlw* Union a cf

s to on car line in block 98
West King tract..............$550




206 South Palafox Street,


To the Knights of Pythias of ''lorl-
da:-On account of the postal author-
ities at Washington refusing the Flori-
da Pythian admission to the mails at
second class rate it has been impossi-
blh to mail the August Issue, but we
hope to have the matter so adjusted
as to mail it in a few days, and ask
you to bear patiently with us until we
can do so. for we are dc;ng all possi-
ble in the matter. Yours fraternally,
G. W. Hinsey, Managing Editor.
AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Anti.
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You need it at
this time of the year. On sale at all
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., East
Government street. Price, 50c.

I worked at this 14 years In Mobile
Aia. 1 will satisfy you in price and
quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244
Kast Gregory St., Pensacola.
ance for traveling public. Daily rse
vice each way. ]rom (Chipley to Bay.
bead. Address J. M. 'TugUle, Chipley,
na. 4a ch
REAL 8STATE In all part of e tty
You buy the ground and we will
build your house on long time jay.
ments D- Hale WIIas & Co,
TAILORING-- L Diamoaod, TaDor.
Gent's clothing cleaned. preMd and
repaired on abort notice. No. 11
West Government AL, Psao.a yla
CENTS per head. we will haul out
dead horse, cows, et&. Leave orders
at 136 East Intendenola. Herrting
Broi lfea
J. H. PORTER. sailmaker. 716 Soutk
Falatox street. Orders taken for
tents, awnings, camp stools and house
cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 81ja

There will bg a meeting o this
body on the first and third aednes-
days of each month at 7:30 p. a. All
delegates are requested to be pros
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. L. DELAY PrealdeaL
Pensacota Lodge No., 3, K. of P.,
meets every Monday evening at 8:.
o'Clock at thislr Castle Hal, Bloult
Watson uilld ig. corner Palafox sad
Garden street Visiting brethren or
dially welcome I
J. H. BREWrON, C. C.
R. HORSLEP. K. of R. & .&

jRatbbone L44ge Ne
80 K. of P., meece every
Th raday evening at 8:60
W'atock lan their y Cat
bal third floor. Blouot
Wateon bunlldla sPuM
Swe ormaer Pala= and
Garden treets VldtInka te *rave
cordially welcoamed-
C. J. Levy, K. of L & I

Knights ef Columbua.

Meottnis of tho
Knights of Colnbuas
an heldM at their hal,
No. 8 Wet latedee
Ce treett. on every
Monday evemin at
7:0 o'loek.Aa I
to visiting Knights.
EDM. rOX. Grand S tlA

and connections, withthrough slee lft
One-way colonist rates on sale from
September 16th to October 31st. 1905
To California. Oregon. Washington.
Montana, Utah. etc.
Special round trip rates to CalIftr-
nia and the Lewis & Clark txpowe
tion St Portland. Oregon, until Sep.
tember 28th.
Ask for through rate from yo"
station and secure literature. in
formation freely given.
General Age.t
13 Peachtree St., AtlaW Oa0
0. W. ELY, T. 1P. A.

PuMael0, St. mAmw ad
Blf St-mhlp o.

W. L. BARNOW, Master.

And all points on St. An4rew Bin
Carrabelle and Apalalo^elft&
Leave Pensacola Sunday, 5:89 ,
a for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday, a:e p
I. for St. Andrews, Militak, AD
laebicola. Carrabelle and intoseedja
For additional Informattio amt v*
3. R. COBB, Pw
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt-
Pensacola, Fla.

Peneaa L A Ne& 4. 6 L 0 p
Pesseola Lodge N. 4. L 0. 0. ,.
meets every Thursday *Vealmg at ?y
at the new hall on West tMrsue
street. VistUngs brthrwea erdslkg'
invited. T'. 0. 9STINON,
B. R Wlii-OvbaJ, Beeratey,
NamO Lofage a 10 *eb*bm 14
ter oeeta every Moday t at
I8 oeIoek fn L 0. 0. .a T .
tlg sisters cordially Invited to *e
present. MRS. DTHATYR.
M. B. A. No. 81 meets flrt an
third Wednesda evening at 7:80 p.
m., Raford Hall. N. 10 West late
dencia Street.
A.t lA r.



Live Oak Camp No, 1. W. 0. W
meets in Pythlaa Hal 1t and m r,
Wedneadays In each mothL. isa
soveria cordially fmkltd.
so. A. BOOVICR C. .
LISLUI & BROo3,e. Clerk

W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle mets last lThursday

stat' with. i1o50U0 rst year, and extra FOR SALE-One lot of fine shoe' flltJ.-I I) L -.- ,a-seur aau ......- ofeach mOntl at h : o p. m., Tr Door i; -" O
coanmii.sionf and expenses. App:ica : cases, especially adapted for ml: amounts on real estate, plain or en- ; PATTILLO CAMPB LL, Wttson building, Motwest corner iU6o1' S
r.ust have good references and $1000 linery purpo s or for drug store, dorsed notes. Prompt service. L. b. A Palafor and Garden streets. Visiting
cash, cap.ial seu'red. Expe-.ence un also one lot of counters and fine Brown & Co., 200 Thlesen building. Attorneyat-Law, sovereigns cordally Invited. Mr. W.
nect.-sar. Address "Mauufac-ur,.r, French plate -;ass mirrors. E. L. t1sept. Room 405 Thlesn Building. A. Smith Clek; MIX M. B. 01Le,
21 West Atwater St.. Detro!i, Mich. Reese. 118 South Palafox. 2sep Guardian.
3sept. MU:IEY TO L U N---Oa good real I
eFOR SAL--At a sacrllce, furiture tate security, or on goon collate-Ca. THOS. PEBL Y, r
WANTED-The people of Pensacola store, stock and accounts. Call at at lowest rates. Leslle &. Broot s,
lo CCoat W6or-!ng. Let The Journal SS 140 E Intendencia. Sia Fisher bu.ldin*. C L LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND M AM
Want Ads solv the problem for yo FOR SALE-One Co ce blck on to# a -DPLCOXLECTONSMd lowo
They are expe-: detectives. and ca ot the ridge eat of the electriae ONEi .,OA U Oan a aay aa au PALAFOX AND ROMANA. Oa ibte, u i u I BW a h r
finJ the mat you are cookingg for tf railway., between 7th and 8th street&. klazs of persona property, pab,6 PHONE 559.
he is in..,;cd 1 the 25,000 or 30.000 Nature h-s favored this section and it -e6ly or matiy. W n you a Tak rCCt May 6o 95
people wi.'3 makes the population of cannot be duplicated A. V Clubbs. money. see me. J. A. Wilac 22!j P. P, 'r Sunmy
sPensa,. .veromenont stdatt. oIlsbury buldiI."Suthbe.
WANTED-Agents in ties in FLor.-a to han!! AIpDne Safe and ou need not ftar any disease.. ONoo r 108 Eat Government treat Atlanta (o .R).... 7:50 ........
nd k C. s Fire andurgiar Pr to the great toach healer, or security a amount General Law Practice. Lv Macon (C. of Ga. R.) :4a. 11:35am ......
Sal, a :.: \1n lt irxurpes of evory sale. wholesale and retail., by Jas. "a W (l8on & o VtLLbert ..... .... 7:0s.om 4:05p.m
di&-crip .,,t. Write me for term. McHugha LvKCuthbert.............:.0..m..:.5Pin
More'o Pensacola, Fla.. F. 'v G oRL VILLE, vArlingt .. ... ...... 9:10a.m 5:15pm .............
id3a S tteM Aoent. 2n sf e. FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Lv B anbridgo. .... ****ll:00am 6:55p.m :0 ........
St. Jent. 2June. old BerksBi.e herd .tear, Duke 4at iONIY LOANED on aui kinds of pe" Room 500 Th esen1 ph Ar Tallahassee.. .........12:Sp.m 8:40p.m 8:0a.m ....
BAY HOTEl pen nigh' and da. Florida. No. 6t,923. Also some fine onr property on short notice Rone Lv Tallahasse (8. A. U y)1:p.m 4:00a.m
European plan. Rooms light and young pigs. 1 cix-montfs-old boar, all Terms e67y. J. W. Bullard. rp.talr LM Lv Talahasle A(. 1 Ry.) 7l:~pam 10: 0a.m ... ..
clean. T-.ranhent trade olleted s7 registered and transferred. Carl Set. 28% South Palafox St., Pbon 114n W ELSH & SM ITH Ar .. .n : 08: 'S9 : ; ...
59 South Palat Jos. S. Nola rnd Cipl la. Lv STauocaop ..c ......... ....:lp.m 1:0:4a.m ::1a.lm 1:6g
pn0p 6nov i - i Lv BocaoppY3: ** ** ** .:4Ppm 10:00a.m 9:29a.m 9:54pa
P-aD 6uov. FOR SALE--Bcautifnl block in New -N.IMITED aminuut u meaB to Eo Lv Lanark.. .. ** .. :45p.m 10:45a.m 10:05a.m 1:
W \NTTD -Active lady want,-,: ;ch City. Tract No. =-2. Ft.r cash $60). on all kinds of personal property Fisher Building, 2041/2 South Palatox Lv Carrabelle.. .. *. ****** ... 4:........ 10:15am 10:35g
c.un:y to demonstrate and d spiay Apply to A. M. McMil!a. Court Housa.i Rpecial rates to b1ulam mn oa large Street Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7:00p.m ........ .............
aphl, s Salary $12 weekly; no cap- laug oan.. gThe New York Loan Co.. 304%i POnday
is,. : ,'xpvr:ence rmquir,,, S:.;v,: FOR SALE--Killi the germs of fever- Ntotk Pallao. PHONE 25. Northbound oly
'<, ..."0 Chestnut St.. Phla-.'.i;his. oraei a barrel of slack lUm ,to-day. hS PawaSh0. R. No. TILLER, Lv ApSlclcoa .. .. .. .... .O am
P'a 20s p:.'3 Phone 367. 4auglm a ans aW R, J. a. ILLER AP ccola.... ........ ........
402 S. PALAFOX ST. Lv Carrabelle.... ....11:30a.m 2 00p.m :00p.m 4
FOR SALE -Shingles and wood. Milt; ONET 1 j.Ot)LA2 J UIAMOND& Dentist. Lv CLanarkabelle........ .. 11:45a.m 2:20p.m :4p.m 4:4SS,
Board andf Rooms. itt wtest of M uscogee wharf. C. I,. Watches. Cbhans, Rings and all Ma PY..12:16p.m :14p m
SCreighton-. 10sept2m of collatemral security at lowest rate of Room f, Brent Buling. Phone, 86Ar Tallahasseepho ........ 1:p. :pm :2:p.m 5:S.
,i7RNISHED OR UNFITUNISHED FOR SALE.-My residence on Eat .rest. B ain la reem Lvack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:06a.m 4:00p.m ........ .....
rom.as. near business center and )n Hill. either including whole block WKM. D. HOWE, A* Tlla'aCnsea(S.A.1,.Ry.).. S:10p.mn 10:0Op.m ........ .....
car l:ne. For further informat.i-n of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or Lv Tallahass ... .. .... 3:25p.m 6:3Sa.m 8:45p.m :3 Sa.'
rinc Phones 36S ani S4. 5 ngs. quarter bock of five hits. Apply dtj F~ound AttorneyandCounsellor at Law sainbrdgse.. .. .. 5:25p.m 9:27a.m Arl0:25p.m 8:27a.
my office, Thiesen Build!ng for furtu- .Lv....n1d.. .. a.m
ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large r particulars. C. W. Hagerman. FOUND-One pointer dog: ownercan 401 Th n Building. Ar ArUnlton.. .......... 7:2p.m 11:16a.m ........ 10:M .
rn-s for rent with or wfiho'nt boa;,e o 4aug1m. have same by proving property and 01 ien Building.v thbet,(C. ofa.RY.) .. 8:4p.m 11:55a.m ........ Arl:30t.a
directly on water front. suitable for expense incurred. Aply Lv Maon. (. of R.).. 4:15a. 4:p. ........ 4 a.
light housekeeping. Appl" Mrs. Ret- GO TO fUL1' to: al ses a. paying Co 22septlw l PH LLIPS M.,0. Ar AMtlata, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:5a.m 7:p.m ........ 7
danger. F erve.Pho 933. I Cameras loaded and nioaded tree Wicke & Co. 22septlw-HO. PHILLIPS,TM.D. L aeou. (C. oe Ga Ry).. 4:15am 4:35p.m ..am
inger. F ewer b oaPehone 933 it r ebsis He makes best phota -s ..... HOMEOPATHIST. NOTICE: :-T'rasna Na. 5 and 0 will depart from, and arrive at, ft
I, -|;raphs is tIe routp. U years a lesa F. M. WILLIAMS, I 0ce at No 7%( 8. Palafoz, Bloar of Shotwet tret, Bralnbride.
WANTED.-A few boarders In private' wr. 1aJ CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, I Building. Tickets for Train 5. leavi-, Baanbridge Sundayo at :20 a. m. wfll ti
family: convenient to railroad shops MOR SALA.-1-room ,ous., ooraw i Ofice. 1ralbam building, next Oflice Hour--9:0 to 11 a a.. and; cn sale at the office ef the Catlahan reacy Company.
and en s'tre: car lca': targe room%;i Iort, blocks from Palafoz. lot 963 to Pensa Buasiness College. t to 5 p. ( *Train No. 6 wll atep W mlutes at Lanark for breakfast.
with privilege of use of baths and tVl- 192 oa car dne. For partieulars In Prompt a t always given Restilonce, 10 North Palafox. Phone W. M. LEGG, I C. SNIPES. E. 0. ALSTON,
ephcne. Address D. C. 8, care Jour-i quire of Standara Clothing Ca. Ito b6Wit 'r P.saeolt la 65-two rings. Ocee Phone 6L General Manager. Tr- "w AnTt. GQn'l Paeh Ag
:iaL 24auglml 29 Jan. Surndays-Subeoct to calL Tallahame, Fla.


@weeet-&- woi eaoh insert


For Sale.
,FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful
country home on Reservation; goo,
fishing; good garden; ;ood wa er and
pienti wood. Will sell cheap for cash
or rent reasonable. Apply F. N. Hiow.
ell, Warrington, Flia., Phone 889. Bo%:
36. 15sept.1m*
CHICKEN WHEAT produces ee g
Makes fowls especially well flavored.
The cheapest food to be found. F. L.
Mefler. & Co.. Phone 334. loot
tent, 28x60 foet. Splendid for par-
ties to camp out of town. Address P.
0. Box 446, city.
house and 120 acres of good land
located at Gonraiez, Fla. Either to-
gether or separately. Terms reason-
able. House may be rented tempor-
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's cf-
flce 3 sept.

Money-to-lLoan J
SPerofessional Direcory
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1n1 ,-1 i o happy A pair
wil: d the work-?2.5'.
to $5; on.

John White
Outfitter to Men an Boys
2C5-207 S. Palafox.
Phone 225.

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Striking Features.
Cho' tanwi, .. '1I r.ii Spt 21.-Here-
11.1,s.l~ref ae of -'? he pew II.-
r~ -Z.a~i~A i in the. Suutherit
r-~ ~~, ac- drpk. he'9l-nalng Septorm
I i a.- rc'p r It ,) Tat-.Tr kA' e
i: :s a c,-'mprehnenslx-o, sigrnifl-
;n, zat:ar.:~riq especially as tov
-K. ~. I..aa(' r othe industries
*~~~~ th ~. no apl~al.invested.
'.fi-ure-3 ea~chin; q ItIindl
tars ai*r ai;. nees. A numbt r
ntnx;..--n gltns are
;i tta'.c ;t; a. at>rc-potred this
\e k frwuth v, ~4t 1:,:st ates.
Alii .iam a.
lil r ~'La --r .'t r",'a I Supply
44Lp "\ 4'.')I.j ..IIII ctunmany: tron
C r~~i~ at.t 2 '..,mo p~pe wort..
~ $15'''-rtsT Mill
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Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

has no cj~al.
Sold evcry-where.

S A. Friedman
Wholesale Distribiter.

~'Leader in lmportei Wines
and Liquors.
PHONE 176.

I ial Advertisemea t.

S'a> bd Lid for I lit- ta re.lnicval (of
garbage from thc C'- y (itlens
for ,;*i year beg~nr.:nz 0. t~wr 1.
11405. %J! be reut-.N.(!1v'1 h' Board o'
Public Works. at u.. City lia! ill:..
12 0(o(lok. noon.011. ofMac-' iSvp: eni
her 2;.)!~. Al enefloElwls. contam-
Ing bids shoull 1,:, markel **G~arbage-
Sealedl BId. Succ'.e~ssul l 111111;i:
give approved bxil in zhe >aZln-iOf one'
thou:azi dollars The r1phbt 4oreje t
aay an.4 all bids 1E re,;erved
19svpt6t. MaRyor.
Haring r?,i'' .1 troi.. bushr-ts I ta'
this Method of tarkng iiIr.on~j5
*fld the PU!t'ic h;i' 1114 1 heiber-
a! patronarev 1 --vxi ;.,,I In in pazi
years. anj I wou r.peo~fiffli. a-,k
that the Earn(- xna-' hweventien!. to my
success~ors. Gt'-,r~t ane C13rorxe C,()-
Sima. who ar -,-)wl! knopt s a first
class barb-r iz t need any further rec-
owrnendali~on n fmimine Tbe barb,
Shop will h*ereafter li, known as jhc-
(lallinF 13.iv' Har~e'-Shop. 2414 S.Pal-
aba $t.. 'lsiht- bu:.ilag.
S6s1'ed bi1s for 'he daily suapn
of the Tev4 i TW~r'i)- of Palai~ox Frk
Ow the haV et, 'e~n~inig 0(.)K!O-r
L 1"5, miii lie re'-p.- Cd bN iho Ilai-,
12 O'clock. n,)'en on Menday -. SPPII
Imamrhol' :.l:.., ."Sweeping
4eek" Bid.'"*-f;: u I in 1 .,--
give *PPTX 'C th';.I t, S"'.~11 Of n
anyand i:!1,. 1 : T!s

"ealeA 'c. !", 9 -. 'horse.-
sa2d TTIII t's ': I
11ard P1'\.. C.

'Slifrng 7ac ~



B ''.- 'tr .
across 1'.
court '
Alaban.: :. a
be re ::.
and '*

JanU, -
soun :
Plar- "
at Pe- '
A. 3. .c'"
Oourt Th-
ject any a"
,re ':d c t,' x
Boar Co."-: .
cola. F '*r,*- .
*Propo- *'- "

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oSh I,! -n' a n n,, w uld t.a
koic ,I,, a.,. -
TaU:.I tk-no" -ich Isii ,i
Ai i'- ahe --41f n i. a:t)t~h-' ,
'okti aC(i no7 tta4 Lt n't4 4
lag note
thp s-re. z s--- a, hop.. u w
oti-ht thean 'arn u. PA rwI00:1 v;11
toucif h 4- to arerto l4 it %(i canO ..
l~t if pwikle dow. A U r~a: a n v o. ldt
1w*': en Alwalit e;.4 4 i a -P an
%an to e -- t' ho-. m, i ft r> f fl
e-( c t he Ct'E' 80 la1 a' nd t '' it
aade if th, r 0I:~ ~: -anill
v! eni trinkem.d owan. v A:gresitranifyo I
th o girl, .1rte' s~'' dopen

art, not too.0 >'ia~l. BIn-xin tht~nm ho-
iort you pu' ilhem mn.
''.24 in, 4 d lov;. :h -
The t-.raz mc-ir' ).;4,ff. paol iftt th
unP-rrlunat*4 2- .ul g man over 'shows
hi' mu' fing ttthat end. of tO." I ie Wigo,
T. 0,ri ke(I ',) ft, y11, . Ji:1lo.h 'fist of
'-D# a -o (let'.fa,-:,r.
M.-a \ *~:-'k :V a box
lon s. n,!lIit :lwax%

lnipos-iible -o f^-ese an accident
No' p:mmc's Il. to< ,:- pr ,ar ied ,r it
I LI Th ,:I: VA' c- vie C )0:. Mona-n
oC t'r pa' *1

Ow-Ing to the scarcity )t collections
an! the alspn e of Mr Walker Ing-
rah-ni frot i, :b- city, it I.- necesarvy '
.3 : ',-tiese on a cash bam-'.
M(Nt',' ,. n a'T i' r,. ar,', her-ebh not.-
f<-,i : a' ini ,n-'y 1111i : bt it ef: a; homo
'. pa\ ,. f,'-" man, or paic--aeo w ,i,
t v. '. .1. '. ac a k ;, :.iun i v office.
5: I :' w By H .1. Mackey.

L.ow r.i-,. aT Soi:'h(rn Hlo-el fir
r .i- a : arl.

The wilt In the Coat LaIpl.
A urtn: t:. and beautiful custom
antng '.,-, .rtho4lox Jews is dire-tly
ren!L:,-f.'e for the angular slt In the
la; -. -f the moder.i cont. Te .Jew
wli.':: dearth vistts his household takes
a knitoi nul. cutting the la{el. mnnrmuurs
In Tii (.t.. )**0 .od. I a<'c't thy Judg-t
ment." Tl.is custom has came dlow'n
from antiquity and is known as "krea"
reuding tbhe iarment. The curtir. of
**krfa" Is associated with such solemn
and religious obligatin tbhat many a
stern Hebrew father, as a punishment
for a son or daupghtr who marries out
of the faith, will rend his garment as
a taken of thp e dr-ah of such a child.
The act is emblema:ic of the profound
est grief, but salo Iha it- cr fort lug
!.nuenre, for It accepts wlth the res:g-
nation of the ti !cr.l religious Jew the
will of the Almighty.

L- At --A Story Wtth a SioraL
A p!rom'nt- rNezx York bWinker was
-vi'of bittair. -e to!ld of a -zo
-* c~tv x"ta- w-ho saw in a jeweler's
:e'a .-olliar bfpearls that she
n t et!.SQc !qu't-ed tihe price nail
ivqAt tro!Al1 f.o,. lz0 S, #- ; yeA her eb#-IFK
~ ~ a-'~-Ii.- v- )7,I41 send Ler
h-.Thrud '0 stc t! t, p-.u-i-i. but the
~ "'-7e x'as ,t o-tl: t.! C '11-T ',n- only~
-~2 *..The stO~K4-'per "-.!qfarnfl.Ar
I'* i' .: A it iof z mo I ag-em
on- T~ 1us, r ":-ei -t~pvsr!-.

N 7 E C N N. ler
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Inzi.:1 Territcry.

,. 0r~i' 14~ 2'n, ,.inipany.

li.pkit-' ~eF, c'X'igh: piatit.
Louisa. a a.

Try HIooton'. Messenger Service
when in a hurry to send messages.

PHONE 1133.


McMillan Bros. Co.

N .. . s MarKet
Savannah, Ga.. Se'pt. 21.-The naval
-'u; es L-di'he. c .ised i(-da) is L oI-
w .. .................... 5 4o.
t ........................ .. 5 20
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4 41
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Sp.r'i;'s "1 "', ;,, ,::z;e 63 to 6.""" c n:..

C~ )'i iO~

$150,'0) T 'he l lo wi.n 0 c-v:on quotations are
iri lorrCd Ito: 1-,, .iourna. Ja.ly by C.
factory. ,G..n:er E:nr r(. 0. B. co ton DrokXr,
, : a ry 1 .. 2 ;, .la i- :

Pc's acola Quoations.
(Go d Mid ,ii. .. .. . ...... 10 5"i-1l
S;r' ,, i l:l . . . . .....10 3
ri, pling .. .. ................10 1-16
.-r t i Low .0 l!!*: ng.. ... . .91 .;-16
Stains and Tinm;cs /2 to 1 cent lower.
New York Quotations.
New Yorl:. Sept. 21.-The following;
:r the rui,.ig cotton quotations to-
' 4"

Saba, Br ss. Holliday, 1608, T''rinaad
to Pensacola Lumber Co.
Capera. Ital. ss, Agostini, .,93,
No; folk to Gulf Transit Co.
Donna Christina. Am. sch. Axelsen.
165, for Havana, with 185.000 s ft lum-

WANTED VRY IN THRN Bicycles Bicycle Sundries
H INDUSRaY d Fittings.
____ Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Typep
writers, Guns. Pistols Locks and Unm-
,rellab repaired.
All Wh Can On So Are Reuested Heavy Capitalization and Diversity ,wn ,nwpars, Scissors. Knives,
Al Who Can Do So Are Request ^ ntse Aost cmpleo e kes sie th
of Interests are Among the Most complete line ,f keys in th,

KaherGer s.p Mariln 1180,
Fey(`-.es .Nor uk, C'aussenI
C~rlit.t) #' i-.
.,1! 5 Ag- rno,
oli !e:.
IIi K ln 1,! 'n. 77,

l ,\ r.i4: .\ ; :,:. l a'.-, 'n. 122,
I., +n d, .

Saw,. o No)r !k. 1 0 %.0 4 11 PoIs-
n:rlind to .\ Zp!:ils.
Woern-r. Nor lk. Tiimnerson.,s t,).
Ro ;*, t. ri1
Donna Chr!-i na. A:n sch, Axelsen.
if l-. B,izo L .'ia. ,rc
Dor's, Ani sch. W\:'!;ie. 10 Hlavana
ET; a. Br sch, lHt net,,ry. 2:19i Ha
van a.
lljalmar. Am sch, Axc'-.'n .i' Ky
o'Y* t i Gm f TriTt lCo
N :.. R'.s h SI ce to,, :.o Ma. :cr.


i el.-a- *,1 ,,' oil and nmnera. Open Close Tampa, Sept. 21.-One of the most
Sian. Open Close active fears of the omin
Mississippi. January.. .. .. .. ...10.56 1 0.60 acivefeatres of the counting
Tu:w.. r--I fsiac'or' Occber ........ .10.42 10.Stat(e Fair at Tanpa will be the
lro-kaL. undry. December ..........10.52 10. horse races. The:e w!l be a ten-day
l{'t) k: a,::- $1 .m laundry. ee ber .... .. 10.52 10.561 ra meet, and the *agest p --
Sariis -$5. 0 lumber, ice and coal Market close firm. ever given n Florida wth e largest pawarl
011 pallty. i:tl ,winning horses. The best horses
ltmcedale--Wa'er works. 4 Liverpool Quotations. the South will be at the Fa hors an
Wison-lee factory verpool, Sept. t.-Th ollowingll b h Fir. n
Etterprise-$-le.o gin and mill are the ruling eotto-quotatons today: a large number of Florida horsemen
trprise-$1o 0pnin and m are the will also be represented A special
Oct-Nov.... ...... pen..5.58 Close imitation is extended to Florida
Missour -No.......... .. .58 558 horsemen to compete for the purses
Columhia-$8.0'00 brick works. Nov.-Dec .. .. .. ........5.64 5.64 The amusement attractions on the
St. Louis-$30 Ou land and mining' Dec.Jan.............5.64 5.64 e will also be te ost novel and
cmnipan.: $17.5.0) manufacturing com-, cleanest ever brought south. No
par,: $ -0.00 construction comnipany; company gambling features will be allowed
)anvt: $1 investment: com Saibury-30,000 loan company; whatever. Fair work in every branch
pany. ,Cha investment co C rlotte-$25,000 company to mIn- is progressing rapidly, and an imt-
Cave Spr:ng-,-Stamp mill. ufac-ture underwear, hosiery, etc. mense attendance of home-seekers
nw Stamp mill. Winston-Salem-$30,000 tobacco fac-from other stat is expected. The
Knsas, --ta ianuf.n lmcturi atory. exhibit building-the largest building
c an 000 tuning exington- $10,000 telephone corn- n Florida-is about completed, and
oplin-$215.000 n anY th magnificent woman's building
plin-$ h C inoman Asheboro--Z5.000 lumber company., will be ready for use in a very fw.
hlRarola p. Oklahoma. days. The stables, pens. poultry
neral Springs 25,000 con gin. Nashville-$6,000 grain and elepa- hGuses and other structures for x-
Jonesboro $50.000 development tor company. hibiting live stock will h. e the large,.

Shawnee-$12.000 grain elevator. anw "lost co.'viet'.l; arranged eve
Pawhuska-$100,000 oil company: seer at a southern state fair. Man:
$25.000 light, ice and water company. countiesare clamoring for exhibit
Texmo-$5,000 gin and milling coni- space, and those that have not don'
A pane. so should apply for spice at once.
Ve, Hastings-$10,000 brick and oil com-.
Frederick-$10.000 gin and electric' The feeling of Impending doom ir
ON company, the minds of many victims of Bright',
Langston-Cotton gin. disease and diabetes has been chang
TC Darrow-$75,000 oil, gas and mining: ed to thankfulness by the benefit ae
company. rived from taking Foley's Kidne.
autltrie-$l,000,000 IrLn woratig Cure. It will cure incipient Bright'.
plant. diabetes and even in the worst case'
South Carolina. I gives comfort and relief. Slight dis
Darlington-Spoke and handle facy- orders are cured in a few days. "I
tory.an-Cottongin. had diabetes in its worst form," wrltec
Inman-Cotton gin. 2Marlon Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "1
Tennessee tried eight phslcians with relief. Only
Jasper-$5,000 construction corn- three bottles of Foley's Kidnev Cure
pany. made me a well mant." V. A
Halls-Telephone system. D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe
Ktlea Springs-Telephone company. cary.
Johnson City-Knitting mill. i
Crossville-$1,000,000 coal and coke,
company (near.) TO THE TRADE.
Memphis-$25.000 mantel factory. On account of quarantine, we will
Chattanooga-$20,000 lumber corn- not undertake to establish a branch
pany. house in Pensacola until same is re
Johnson City-Laundry. j evoked. We will make all oil and
Texas. grain shipments from Mobile, Ala.
Ga!veston-$250.000 saw mill. Same will go forward promptly. Send
Jasper-$10,000 lumber company. us your orders for high grade oils.
Abilene-$200,000 hardware com. PURE OIL CO.,
pany. 14sept1m. J. F. Davis, Agt.
Lufkin-$100,000 land and lumber
company. ,X,11 ,g44rg--Ay ,-#IMi-
Waco--$10.000 company to manutac 0 *
ture gas and water heaters. A TERSELY TOLD g
Bremond-Oll company. BUSINESS LOCALS.
Trotti-Saw mill. *
Fert Worth-$30.000 land company. g0#lf_, *%M *U -11,** 1KA
Snyder.-Oil mill.
Beaumont--'S.f.000 stove foundry. Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
Greenville-- .e plant. estimates on building and painting
Del Rio-$20u.000 cotton mill (pro- and give personal attention to work.
ejected ) 9M2 E. Strong, and 824 East IARua
Jacksonville-$30.000 water works. streets.
Alexandria-$50,000 fuel and gs. McKinzie Oerting Co., wholesale
company. and retail ship chand.'era and grocers,
Newsport News-Ice factory. ; the only first-class hbo'se of the kind
Norfolk-Investment company; $1G,- in Pensacola. Fair >. tes to all.
000 clothing factory. --
Hartwood-Telephone company. Why use Itiferior paper, when you
fBoydton-$50.000 lumber company, can buy Kelso Bond. F-ench Dimity,
Portsmouth-$25,000 cement stone Kara iUnen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
company. Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
Esserville-$60,000 coal and coke
company. CREW NOTICE.
Amherst-Laundry. Neither the aptain, own-
West Virginia. ers nor consignees of the
Burlington-$25.00' brick works. A Br. ss "Saba will oe r,.
Beckley-$25.000 fuel company. 1 spons!ble for debts corn-
Huntintton-$50.000 lu ber anld tractod by the crew of said
manufacturing company. vessel.
Cbarleston-$1,000.000 developmeunt- H. E H.LI/) Y. Ma-ter.
company. PENSACOLA LU.I.;ELt CO.
Bridgeport-Clothing factory. 1 uons.gnee.


Merchants Transfer C
Thor. B. Tnor:n-, Prop.

PHONE 978.
P. 0. CGX, 67..

Did It Ever

Occur to You

that an air of prosperity com-
mands respec-t?
You know there is a very fit-
ting expres got more w:th your diamondson
than you can get on your dia-
nmnds." and it's a fact.

Your Appearance

is Your Introduction.
A wel grzomei man not only
conimman is rosp- '. bhut demands
it, and it doesn'tt require? such
an awful outlay to give a good
front: it's care in buying.
Don't go to Mr. Credit Store
and pay one-third more for the
same quality. Come in and ee
our !ine of

Ii. 0. ANSON

Phonc 297
Cor. Main and Palafox Sts



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Don't Jeopardize the future welfare of your
children by neglecting to take life insurance..

wife and

Take a Policy in The Equitable---Do It Now!

Fire. Life.

Knowles Bros.

(Gn'! Aots

August Pmriont, Br s,,. Barnes,
Tampico zo Guf Transi. Co.
Dulcie, Dr ss, Harrison, 1285,
to J. A. Merriht & Co.
Ernesto. Span ss., 0-nicehea,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe &- Co.
Hesleyside, Br. ss, Bedlingtoun,
St. Vincent.
Ida. Span ss Aranao, Liverpo
Gulf Transit Co.
Kelvingrove. P.r ss, McLee
193S, Newcesti -on-Tyne to mas'
Marlstone, B7 ss. Prout. 2.13i.
Fclk to or,;-r.
Br. ss Ma.-rner, Capt. Bubb,
New Or cans.
Niet-o. Span ss, Bervtigui,
WRplingham. Br ss l.vor*lb.
Tcnereiffe to .Fr. J. Sr.h-pyer.
Santanidorino. Span !, qur
1814, Tampa.
Simonside. Pr ss. TRobson.
S.inerland to dj. A. Merr:tt & C
Triident. Br. s, Innrs. 2'1:- 6, Car

Wan teed-



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We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the

ma ket.


Phone 1052.



Fisher Building.

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Better Results and

Greater Satisfaction

are gotten from your Gas Range if you t o,, !it thor-
oughly clean and free from dust. Study your ringe and
learn its Individual whims. Learn when to use the sim-
mnering heat and when the 1 roller. Eve'ry range givc'
general satisfactlnn, but with care and study you can
Snake yours yield special results.


27 East Garden Street.

Phone 143.

~~'~" ~ s~su..sssg~

Don't Gamble

. 'when it comes to insurance.
Quit taking the. risk yourself.
S" Turn it( over to uis a. nt,'

Have a Good

B Policy Written Up.
t 's safer and cos s but little.
if in doubt ask otherss wqo
l know and have had f.xperience
Investigation will prove we're
rizht. We take tIe risk ani
tiia ends your worry Insure
"---- now. Delays are dangerous


i O Crcldor f"'oar
IC ,froam the
Consumers' lee and Fuel Company.
O't-i,- ~ Crnm Cbris and Tarratona PhIMe 25.

*ro:a, %tn *"%"% 3 "%=\ttitt:tl^%V:t tt t "%

o Iron Works and Supply Co.
Bre Manufacturers and Repairers of
o PioUmp; a mention c ;ea' to a.1 orli.-i ,a.y i Ag.,nts :
1348, *. for .lames VcKay & Co.'s celebrated Log ani T inb. I'o :. .'.so
f. Chair of all descriptions.
Lo.n- Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN. Mgr. *
Re-idr-nce Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.

The Union Ce tral Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and higher
interest rate thb.n any company doing business in Florida.
s should be easy for you to decide the rest.

B. 8. Williams, General Agent.

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