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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1905.
PRICE. 5 CENTS
*UUIIU OUAMP.IILIt''10 I *ILS
pears Like It
Thought that Fever Can Be Con-
quered by that Time.
LOW DEATH RATE SEEMS TO IN.
D:CATE THAT MANY CASES RE-
PORTED ARE NOT GENUINE
YELLOW FEVER OR THAT
FEVER IS OP MILD TYPE.
By Associated Prers.
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SAYS HE THINKS CONGRESS WILL
HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH
MATTER AT THE COMING SES-
By Associated Press.
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;:!it '",1'. i fti b1.'! rvc he snl
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BY THE UNITED
PRlnTOiL nI CASUALTIES CROWDED
MA' DiIN YESTERDAY'S RECORD
Mi L PUBLIC p R Two Train Collisions, Collapse of
Norway and Sweden Dissolve and LAUNCHl S MUSTU Building, Big Fire and Small
Cm~t-in M ke li
Will Hereafter Arbitrate All
Trir i 1iB1
LUHHI l Tl UTRAL ZOEL IL LAW
Calls for Aid Received from Many Shall Be Common Groun1 a'" All Everv Ves!t ,IMust be Supplied
Who Have Never Before Been" Fortresses to Be Dms :. With a Whisea for Signals
Forced to Ask Assistance.
TREATY V.:LL BE BIND! 'G FOR
TEN YEARS AND IN CAsL EITH-
Many tai!. ::'-, h,' n' ', ived by
h* Imni'l (h!aritit,- a;o:~i a'are lnn ER SIDE DESIRES TO ,' )3ATE
t) r of ih.0m ir-e fl.>!, p;,.,op; vno TWO YEARS NOTICE CF ;NTEiN-
never before iifo d it ict s-ary to
make an appal for ail andi a- the
fund.T Hof h(o- 'oc'tyv aro vort'o uIt
is, n1cessmry t.a' 'the 1' ri,2. 1 O110-
:Un b, pren td.
M EETING OF he THni', C"aVirles since 'he out-
1frak of r- ;(w fevrr :n Pen:-acola,
IhaS 'Leon s'!"-" u" p n i, n ,' 'S'r-lan:ly and
has d,)n, a r ,1 041 0 ; <'W),t work and
a great it n:; mofre ,o)i li he accohi-
pB00 '-hod if !" w,\ rt,). '"or the Inck of
funds. Th. ty furnishes he
need-y i;ih nece.-sarvy 'oceres.- f'le!
W O K e:(.. and in 4).me ii: : eos han p:i,'l
;(he house rent of those who. tiihQcr
through illness or misfortune, were
Contracts Awarded for Garbage rah, to provide r ienis .ves with a
and SWeepPing Palaf0x Street While no fcnRI al n)p:wal for a id ha
W n' t .et b n w: ,, coni r:,i,,,, are,
1 r co,:r''- meeting of the Board of
, P' S. was hfIJ at 5 o'clock
' 7 1in atterIo.n il the office of
,:h cry c'-rk. Mayor Bliss and Mr.
Ze'iu h irpg present.
Sito After th, minutes if the last meet-
a : b.*n approved the ontraet
'- : i : the removal of garbe.e was taken
ip and b-0 opened as o'llows: W. E.
.r:$\'ih 2'.",: Preston Long $2.50:
!: H t :.ard, $225: C. W. Mcrr't
S ':r ,:.: -i> A. Daw A$3 -5; W H. lHolifleid
: 22,- . Io' n Ridli .v $-75. On motion
S ..' Z(.iius th. contract was award-
N. '. W E. Wright provided be can
'- 0I :.' inbo, de.ary bo.d .r, perform the
S- ;. for swoping PaNaftx
0,'" '' :,,, ., f... a pe"'10 of six months from
". w < *aa tak'in up. Bid- w( re
S... ,. \, a follows: Wash Harn:
"" "' "' '" i .1 ..,. Nil!or
S ,. .i ) ,. '. ; .:John Oarr $120: J. E.
., : ., i, "": $ -' 1: wa- ordered that th.,
.. awarded J. P. Gss if :,
-,' ;4 f ,',n -I the necessary bond. 0
f ;. (Iv two hits were teplvel f r
-.* in, r th,e c:tyv stock, that of J. G.
i! r : '.,, cents p,"' animal p, ;"
S. it a,, IL. W (o>len, $1.00 p,--
,:I: a! p'cr month. Mr. Zeoius was in
::.n n: n t fai.ir of i.v-int the contract to Wool-
: \\, i ,-. i. .a;;-, the bid explicitedly sit t-
.: a" t 'a i. am iunt of the bid was tor
S* ; ",,-n- sh wl." bolt after onio,
-, u1-- :. ", ,'our'r t- was award," 1
v .ard o.n his bi I of 95 cents
~-i. ,- ."e-'anh pol'-s having be#e-i
c;t -,-:: Garden St. w!'ttout perrni-,-
t'lOf>0 Botard of Public W~orK
* 0 (if 'jot Wa-, :tc'ruc'tr 'o adv-ise
~.. a~ -uil tl 'pcoo0 ennpan.,--
N '.- o:, 'ot 1.h. c-,v That pr
1-1 ,.st c~it, in (ev(iVery na -
2 : ; sr o erect pa.t.s
flO T (if se C'i-nf of a c-i'
1 ~ N':a''r ooxr unWi
N I r. T -'-,an r. Vo is5 a
.t IF".: ta it. l'. It w i'
I li for 'ep51:
I w'tore a selt t-'
I t~-- ~ -A.-J-d Waten- o.,
0 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o 0-' oak Alcanr.
'r Mfroe~sceniet, I
. o t the plact xwi t 11,
0 0~- -. ~p~rel hat Li'
0 0 .t 0 .i. v : 1
Vo 'toa 8 ;or:-'
x F.'1r -r!, I.n
Br i! "
TION MUST BE GIVEN TC OTHER
By Atsoc'; ted Prcs-,.
Stockholin. S!,0 -
e'd P-4 ss 14I, ;iv
z0 he N --inn2t :,"I o
...0~Z autota., ti i a-n
nt 4,of 0,!lw 'o P~
P 1 or1 f K t( tt-1(
Vt r; 0.
CWIt (0. -. of i v' tilii
n),-ith t It 01 t
1 1 '. -
O '18 t
............... '.-. -, 'uili.u ',0 *0 '
0 thankfully rec.,,v. d at ;iJl ilnes.. lThe- acr-r t,, provi os r r oc). ,:I'r,-
sary arbitr:ptio n of all dis i;.s \\ i
CARL F II H S 1e eI(xcep*'i, of miano'r of' t.11 int ;-
R L F. A S est, for a i'ri o: ten yea ., with an
Sextension f:- r:her pcrio. of tt nt
SDl[S Or rIl5vcR years. unit-.- tw,'o y(ars noti. e ik givon
DIES Of FEVER zears, un w i%% .
: of the intention l)y either :ie to ab)ro.
Carl Frecderilk ss, s native at The treaty provide% ft. zone on'
iserholim, Weos Atlurn, Germany. who either site of : r" frointi-,. Mi "thal'
for the past six months has been a be forever neutral and for ihe denhli-
Awident of iPenoacola. expired at his tion of all fort ro'-se within this zone.,
home. 217 East Government street, wti th the (cxc"i-)n of hie old portiions
shortly before milanighl last night of ef Frederi li.-,en, Cyl,'enlov, :o:, 1
yellow fever. Mr. Haas had been ill 0\',,rejtorge:. which i';\' t'n ain : i:
fc.: several days 'but the disease was v.hiih must not be t,(.el a- fcrrt:ica-
only dignosed yellow fever on Sun- t!011s.
day. *Deceased was 3,9 years of age.,
He leaves a wife. a native of Evans-i BARON KOMURA WiLL START
vIlle. Ind.. who is also v-ry ill with the ON RETURN TRIP WEDNESDAY
same disease that carried off I'er hus. -- -- -
band. Ntx' Yor'it S''t - !'!'t! !\..;;'i
The funeral services will be conduct. r' (l Ja',- T .- n, y. ,, -
ed aT the h ,;s.' a' 8 a. m to.:ay )y : f-:1 lii. ll,. ; :.
Rev Retnharn-" In.ermnent will be in0- t'!t o his rturn.ii '.. .
St. John's ctm(etery. d! ay
-.. CHOLERA EPOR' GIVES FIVE
NEW CASES AND TWO DEATHS
T :.- ,f'i I" "-
,. ,'- "!a.v :-.;aktil -
... :- .. .u c.i-es and o5
ce:. .- I UNCLE SAM: "LOOK OUT, THERE
and Bell for Use During
Fogs. men were killed and several were in-'
jured at Paoli state 'ion on the main
An .1.i ornal line of the Pennsyivania lHai roail this
S.,,. -,o -ft .'a'oiii'. us, o af'r on when an express trat
;' f : ,ll on lii h h'-, as erished( into a local pi <:.er train.
S i ., :i aitr; "', a g I
S1 :, au:' .1 n: h n r a iitile L. & N. CONDUCTOR KILLED
tI 1n P u 0ic10 an i n; a i it-11
( ,, ,,t ,:: i o I,-'t hiv 'Ihe plain| AND 27 MEN INJURED
S. ', t .1i t.he la- i. 1 r ar-ic!o afore- I
said. Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 25.-An
1,i, ,t..\I ,xand(lr of lihe revenui cut- Alabama Great Southern traiu, north '
Ter w' h.-- n'as. i yesier ai r' la bound, collided with the Piwk(on .c- .
;adl ''* 'i ;,:,' l w as v' ry explicit as conimodation of thil Louisville & Nash. -
it the rule ihat a!l lauinc'hos should be ville this evening at \\''o'-so,'k cross-
h a-' elht inches in 'iiamerer for use killed and sixteen white men and
dur;in- a fi,'. and it aiso) provides that eleven negroes were injured.
'.anuncles, no ;:.' 'r whap the size.
: lav, .i:ie large enough to BUILDING COLLAPSES CARRYING.
:a: ,. --.: passing signals. rfe
T' ,. : in- ihe-e matters THIRTY WORKMEN DOWN th,
... t .-esion of r
r,,n, ,, has i 1, h -reoa- Buffalo, Sept. 25.-W\ith a crash th,
*,, ,, wii be t hat could be heard for blocks, a rel
.i ',l aunch three story building under course of w,
,, ,, ,,i acquaint ronstri- action on West Fortieth street, wv
;h, ,,. ; .-., v : th- law ,'oliapsed this afternoon, carrying Itr
, ; .: I illo i, visionsn. down thirty brick layers and carpen- nLe
Tho fun ,,jor f NI MrF,. Fan'i Soli1voant,
m ,1i of 7t X rs. .John it .-.1 'vilo e'xpir-
*o" a o11,tsh. 1 v0. I shundare
Nlr,- '-'1 fix on: 1utldr,- I, a,,1vg l-
anti wa-'W o 'Aein'
Vv0 11 1.1 P-1i f o
"t- a''ul 'n 1'i1104 1t 1 for I 'Ii
ar :r m,1n M -.1'p-i S~ lnarid'
TIP ( I, 'l-. v X o reiol-'
DON-T BRING TH UT MCRL UXEV!E HEAiRD:"
ters wno were at work in an.] ion
top of the structure. A score of
men were injured, eight seriously.
That there was not serious Joss of
life is due to the tact that there was.
no roof on the building and the mass
xLAIUslUII maR up
FIVE MEN KILLED IN ONE COL-
LISION ONE IN ANOTHER,!
AND MANY INJURED-ITALIAN
BIG BUNCH OF
Twenty-Five Monday and 9 Sunday
Is Pensacola's Record for
Past Two Days.
FOUR FROM VESSEL
ED FROM MILTON BUT DETAILS
ARE MEAGRE-INTERC OURSE BY
VESSELS IN HARBOR WITH CITY
F'ol iw ; is th, ,,:'.C;! sum- ;
mary ,; : :: ow t---r till.a-
tion ;i 1 ni- .ht.
N. v .. . .. .............. 2 .
t'r.t.; c.t.-;,.- toi ,la . .. ... .. 1 l "-1
I). :, ., er .:iv . ........ 2
'rotsa, ,i ':- !- < ........ 1 .
Case. ut ,I r rt.;Ioa ..... 47
Tweny-ftive 114 ,w cases of yellow
Ver wer't' it, iwrt-id by phvsic.ants io
i.- state iboaird of hea.'., ip :o last
ght. making a. total th.-rty-four for
ie pa.-t two it., s. nin, li ii.ng btc 'u
polrte'd on Snol I' .' ');: ;i tI case
*re from tilhe it r:nan ship Kaiser,
ichtI ha -: juI t :.AI '!t4.1 i),oaIinIg for
teit en, anIl <.n' .as i c)('.i in tI't
ighbiorno ,i a t ; i- .or.,ra', workssotrii
Irient .taii ). ,'.y twenty. thero-
re wer-e i: t ;. :. proper. 'I.,)
o deaths r-; .:"t v<* i. rilay werfo
hn F. \VWil-,on 'o did aL Z37 EatL
tendencia s:ree; and Cari F Iaa.s,
ho expri td at 1L17 E. (ri)v,-rnmena
of 'brick ftil *fwrde the satiet. ; Z.reet at ll:J !at Mn>.;h*. Mr. Wil-
s. on waa taken with the (iis",ase on Sep-
THIRTY GIRLS ESCAPE BIG Itemrber 21, av:d Tr RFtes was r'portel
FIRE IN NEW ORLEANS Sun'ay.
I The eases reported yeaterda, ar'
No'v Orleans, Sept. 25.-Fire today a, ;)Ilow:
clea' ,I out the printing establish- New Cases Reported.
Tientr of Walls & Co.. on Gravier St. -S W McNeil, 2- S ,6'h (1ovallo,
'ioui.': a loss to stock of $75,000.00 street.
with $40,000.00 insurance and a loss .,. ('. hunter, near i"rent tathtolo.
)o f':e building of $15,000.00. Thir:"' dirnwon V\ermill'iii. ,;. ileinberg
:rirls cimployed on the fourth floor es- r, or.
aIpel without injury. .Mrs. Sallie Whitmi-'.. ;25 6 Heinberg
W. 1,. Vermillion. 42... Heinberg
ITALIAN BLOWN THROUGH I etrmiet.
ROOF OF FIREWORKS FACTORY, Violet Swanson, 210 North Ninth
Nw York, Sept. 25--A small fir- --- Va.-smann. Seaman, German
works factory in the (Gr'enpoinr se, Ship Kaiser, taken ou St. Anthony's
tion of Brooklyn was lbiwn up today. hospital.
and an Italian instantly killed. His ---A.ieison. Seaman. German'
wife and three sons worte fatally hurt. Ship Kaiser, taken to, St A.nthony's
He was blown through the roof of.1bospita,.
the little wooden building in which Myer., S.aaman. German Ship
the fireworks were made. iKafser, tauen to St. Anthony't, hospi-
ti Ruter. 'Seaman, German Slp
n nrrm r'llm in T1ft Kaiser, taken t!, St. Anthony's hospl.
AI LNU "UN Iu,
Boys at L. & N. Shops Make Gen-
erous Donation to Widow
and Children of Former
T:.'* o?-s at the L. & N. railroad
O.. ts yesterday raised the sum of
1 )5.' fi'r the benefit of ihIe widow
s: :; seven ildr-.n of J. A. Per-
1.. 4! East Wright stre-r, who
v- ;a. :rm(.rly an employe'- of the L. &
.. -. .)ps. and succutinbed io an at-
'i, of y.-ilow fever Saturday, a;t I
*:- nion."' .vas turned over to the ben-
,ociarits io-t nirht by a conimmitte-
Snm;,0se,. ,f G. .1. Parko-r. W. (GolO-
S:in ant, A. N. Knowles, who had
ire r :.':, t, .. ,-i-c'Ilat.on of :ne .s ub-
S '.;- .n 'la.!ks.
Mr. P-.- 1' WLS emp ~..'. i '0. I
I, N -ht;;s up )o a.o'' ; : ..'-
o.-" n:,.' ".,-as ;'~puIl ir w.th i : .,.:*0 o.
*..n "' .(' *. a. ,. uth n 01'" th,- .-,. ic,;
'nP r only a -hor' -ini i,,fore :s i.s
.:,T~r--- a a! n F'; cu:--'d crZiA,. ';." ]i;
Th: ih. &A N. -,) .ar' alwa..- -." 'mpt
a ll a fi: -.v er;)l r)..r. ,r h : family
n. Tl ".ie pr.-omptr':ns with wh,-'h t-hey
Sn :-:cd assistance in this (asti is
i'0 r of the highest comm-: 1 ia:ion.
,o++. i 'S o;."ST)( : 3 T.;3; i: s i:.2 o*r'I -
- !';i: s Mrs. Perdue a. !.ein.;
S .:n ':p l h.- re--ay can.ps at G.u, t-
S..- and Lseoambia. l
D~blrAON-S Noli.2s. 514 -1. Zurragosmm
Adele Phili]s, 514 El Zarragosa,
Aoc~e ftri'iool-. 1"ko E.('hame street.
.Nlrs-. Els, it, N AlCank sreet.
Ai-,B-x 11'4 1::oiS.Alcaniz atrept.
Dr. Philips.,]0 N. Palafiox gtiveLt
Nirg. Brxo~ii -,50f) F- Chse street.
Le4na Allbrition (co'orcd), 424 El In-
-ten, +encla titreet.
A. B. Pettiway, (cood~wM 1 Fhst
Fo-'l ,.n Loewis, (rc~orovl), 215 East
Ro omania street
Carrio- Toolpr. 0(Nv .e'i , -'7 l0. iaws
I~i iliti o 0 ore'ij ~;-0 U
Ca.si-s RcportL-d Sundly.
fod...oirz 'aisyr-re reported
i-O'tlh offliv)-r for the
*fnut at 4, o'cock p. mn. Suji.
Thofrs-ut 'r. 72 Wo't NwastrGL
Kerr, 1-17 1:&,;L. Inteadencft
L. F Too-, 211 Sfouth Allaf
KaK 0 \ r~rri.4(n, -S ouith A&
5ru..I?- Pai'ii.042-7, SF.'Zarragoms
L.,> P.rh..4.,'- F..Zarragoins
ha-s,2'7 as;t Govmwm
(tary S a-.r 'itrnopol,4, ~s
A.-;-will 1," ---m fromth l rate W
o 0arc- s : fIal] over '.*'r rpa~rt
f'th l'0' andl, as a n.~mnh--r ftot pj-
ciou C-r-' arc- s~i~l l *n-;. -'kat~d
and t, ral now un I -.x-Ia~)~
ripo0rt i: !F : -~- t- o ~ sa
(ContinueI on Flf:. PaAfj
S EER ERM SENATOR DICK A "STAND
IS FE ER GERM _..sw-.. s-. _..__..
He Does Not Believe in Revision
Are Not Positive But Have and Comes Out Flatfooted
Aid Rnmpthinp That n- and Says So.
T HE JOURNAL'S Want Ad. paye
Is always read by nearly a:,I
BLOWN THROUGH ROOF BY EX-'All Were Taken from Ship to Ho.
,PLOSION. pital for Treatment.
By Associated Press.
fluiadeiphia, ia.. Sept. ).-Mv, ONE SUSPICIOUS CASE IS REPORT-
--- -- ----
Other Roultine Busliness.
!t" T ,:': .:
6 W w
T14 PN4SACOL :A .'OIRNALt
~ I ii~ ~,//I!:~hA CAS('AE IN POINT.
"Now,. hlldren." said the Sunday
school teacher, "many of you have heard
how President Itooseelt went out West
and killed hears and wildcats for amuse-
ment. and I want to hear your opitilon
about it. Do any of yon think it right
to take the life of even a wild an mal
With,,it just enuse? What dC 1you say.
"Was them helrs and wildrts goln' to
do anything to the President?" asked
"I don't understand that tlcy' wre."
"Was they jest looking nt Lin t"
"So I.hbae read."
"Not even growling?"
"Well. now. teacher. there Is a big
bunibl bee on your shoulder and crawl-
ing up to your neck. He holn't growlini
nor :nothturg. and nolo'ly can say that it.
means to hurt you. hut what are you
goi,.; n to do in the case?"
"A Ihumble hie' Get him off! Hilt him
withii a hymn -book': ;ive him a swnit anl
bo sir' to kill him! (Gracious me. but
what an escipe: As I was saying. (cil-!
dren. we'll drop President Roosevelt and
"A buvtnble bee! Hit him with a
his hears and wildents and talk about
Mo1,es iu the bullrnsh's."
- -4.. ~.1.
MAN MAY BE I LITTI.E rSPERIOR
GeCtdnae-!n you think that man I! deIescended from the monkey?
Oeralj- I think that the monkey is r.an's ancestor, but I'm not prepared
to call It a descent.
MA WAS A WISE WOMAN.
"It was this way." said the old farmer
as he sat on the fence waiting for the
dinner-horn to blown. "One day I got a
letter from a fell In New York enelosin'
a new dollar bill. He told me td take It
to the store and see If It didn't ;%am all
right. nid then he would sell me a thou-
sand of 'em for $400. I passed the bill.
and then I said to ma:
"Wall, here's a chance for me to make
$00o without turning' my hand over."
"Don't you do It." says she.
"For why." says I.
"Because. If you do, they'll expert you
to conitril'ute $200 toward-i the steeple on
"Dfoe your mother still keep summer l.ardersT'
"Well, she's got two that ehe sez she'l! kep niall winter if they don't pay up!"
A FAIR EXCIIAN;E IS NO ROBBERY.
GOT AN EXPLANATION.
rL'. .'~the rtl* 'I i.r- v njix'it Ilri
tPig i ii ii e hp jo-kes ', P. -. u-0 t,.ha' -In
*"Ti lo ind her beoss'r'xt Ihoi-eSn l IllI hi
buN-,' arrlvln4 uotmept''Ci il a-I .
the NNff ife ogt) 901L 1ii.:-.lid 81lthutI.
Yoll'd vee fitha iwtlier-in j'. $ e Ill rho
pall' r.4 at ltwret ''ne a e.
"Wtv11, what hans beeonie rf It? '.-lint
has bte'omne(of Oil- Joker, lit [rt in .
come of the jokv? Whol lins leernI'f of
"'I ( an p(xpla~n thO.''Pal]n liiiivoi t hIs
ellpow.n,gird'Mr. Sm';th ga''' a MInrt iri
turnedi pi' uai !h.v'vinrorit'rl a fi-iin. -' C(onfron ted hy a arC
sixty wxi'i i:m i l-onrjnw ''! 1'.1,t 1! w xyith an Iron
%V!ere tho jI amnl thp J-,; liv e cii.'
Is her--. l? o;Is out. th- flI] 'r Is wit: to atrAigh ten thinrct ot nart
-11d t he t~ON')l-ll1ren are ho;awiththie think a ccl ouen"ei uck ypm
np-tifle-,a, lud y'orj hump for h--mv nud heip i
Batting eo the fo*ee waiting for
the diner born to blow.
the new .Raptist Mee in'-hiuse."
"'B.t we'd hav'c $4)* !eft."
"YVes. lt yon'd go into bres with two
h'milr(d of It and looe vPerv cent."
"But tLer'd be two hunirred still left."
"Yes. nnid you'd tnke it and buy a mw-
mill, and tho first thing I knowed you'd
rcome 1 ome sawed in two in the middle.
and I'd be a widder woman. Samuel. you
jest :et things le as the Lord Intended
them and keep on hooln' corn and be glad
that 82 of our ewe cheeps had twin Inrabs
last spring." JOE KERR.
To reme the top to mankind's alm,
And ret 'tit melancholy.
Some mount the plnnmate of fame,
some reach the height of folly.
IT ISN'T T'NCOMMON.
Do you believe that a man can love two
women at the same time?
I believe that a man can suffer from a
complication of diseases.
I 01 R .11 .., 1 ERt
Sh1-How in the world are we going to move that 40-borsepower machliab
He-Oh, I guess we can get four mules somewhere?
LIVING IN HOPES.
NIOT JUST ilS IDEA.
,Oh M hae to be loe in a co'tagt.
be-Ob : Charlts, a cottage at Newport?
* *"'.. S 'W - - --, a' o
After eating two nm"::.! and staying
ovr nih!it at a village hotel In New Eng-
!;nd I pa'd my bill and snid to the land-
"I had the worst bed aInst night that I
ever slept in."
"'Y-s. I know." he rep!'ed. "but my
sister lI.nnab. who sees to the beds, left
me the other day."
"But the supper and breakfast were
miser blie meals."
"Not a doubt of it, but. you see, my
wife is sick and I had to set the stable
boy to cooking."
"The tea last night was like dishwater,
and wlat you called coffee this morning
was simply slop."
"I know it. stranger, but you see I was
trying my behind at it myself. and I don't
know anything about making tea and cof-
"Things look sllpshod and dirty around
here," I continued, as I looked around.
"They certainly do. and I won't deny
it. My sister Mary was coming to slUc
thing up. out she decided not to."
"I don t think you are the right sort of
a man to run a tavern."
"Lord bless you. but of course I ain't.
My hold is writing poetry for tombstones,
and In that line there isn't a human
hyena to compare with me. I -waerowd-
ed out of that and into this tavern agin
my will. but am living in hopes to get
back to the old work. When I do you may
"My hold is writing poetry for
call on me for an eptaphb In four verses,
and If I don't whoop 'er up for you you
needn't pay a blessed cent for the toml-
stone." JOE KERB.
Wt CH HII I COLLARS
First Montk-That Giraffe is a mighty extravagant dresser.
Second Monk-Yes, indeed. Think what his laundry blils alone most come ta
'4 ESCL ORATEDYMRNNETME 6 95PG HE
ob"&* 'q* a ,
"Stay Right Here
and f2''nicaTW yotr h'sne to kilal
Sth :. tosqli ''s d, ( r.'i a"l
a :j ho i;(t;s it -ta 'l ..Tn r.i.- oUl u '-:
! Come Right Here
* fcr th, pwop;r-st l.ne o' Cloth-
* Ing,. FiTrnis'- ng I.; and Hats.
* th. 1 .1. *r -ou 'i: t',. glad
* to s
9 have plen of time.
C. C. Goodmaet, Goo. Arneperyor
- - -v- -- - -
R. K. WHITE,
A Perlar meeting of the city coun-
dll wil] be held Wednesday night at
The revenue cutter Hamilton came
In and w-unt to qaarai!inr, yesterday
'with a s;ck sailor, a mtiniber of the
roew aboard. The nature of his lli-
lei.s is unknown.
A telegram twas received from Col-
lec'or John E Stillman yesterday to
the eff'-t: that he would reach Pen-
fscola fro'm Chicago on tranl No. 1
The mark Carrie B. Welles of the
fleet of Saunder, & Co., arr:ved from
4hc fishing hanks .~st. rdiay with a
catch of 1no0 snappers. 'Pie Kwar.ini
1- sti:l e;:ali i.n port owing to the
illness of lier captain.
LI!eut. Bryan. who wau injured some
timi ago L, b! ,in.g struck on the head
with a p ,' ;ror, which fell from
a (,'ste L .I ,ieck (, *he.t P?nr;-st .
La' p'ac'v:cally rt. ov't:"'l and wil
(poor blt aalit :. r ;n.-in t i ,;tiit's.
Max Kt'.I r'! i i" n ht city fro'n
Naksh ilhl4 e, ;inta-a' ::ing.
K it-in na ,ii ,- r '*h imp'. 'sion 'a,
the fever sittiatioun was *.' far impr, v-
d tat their wa- n, ': ':..-r dan .',r
sk ir w a- sion, wtha' s: ;:r.s-d. upon
-i atr.v t* i'a: h ; ,i ha : .;lt a nuIr-
ler of 'x <. had al'w-arecd.
Twenty .''e:. d'efenlamns were be-
fer R .R'c "iAe: lane,\ in the rtnuri--iI -
al court yostenla.. Fivt o? the cas'..
. wrer for Infraitor.s
charged. "wo (as- c, lu:uu-,d. one
Tit'c the cos't an,. !'in*s imposedd upon
bh. remna;indtr ani-n::!tig to $53 and
Penn Harvey. a T.r'.iuate of 'he
Pensacola Ciassica. .,hi has just
conmpe:tel his .x dmina:' 'is for en-
tran'e .nto 'ht So-lphomore Class of
P'rinceton r'nfrer-4t. 'IN- suceee-ful
en'ranw'c :s in itself qu'tt an honor
bt it ;inl(rrsto
, ';, 'o. 1.1 xantin'* 'n The Pen-
Fat.Ia t.it-;ca; School :- turning out
soi:ne fine student-s and Its work in
UNJUST ATTACK AP
ON FUMIGATION WI
City Health Officer Pierpont Says Words
They Have Approval and Con- ar
fidence of Health Officials.
121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
ENSllCLIAN Gospel ESCiMBIA BOYS
r~i--rt ffA B 1-irn inn nir
of Cheer for Pensacola
d Rosy Predictious for
The following paragraph in yester- Atlanta. Ga.. Sept. 24, 1905.
day afternoon's News is so unjust t EditorT Pen.,acola journal:
Irs. KennedYl and DAemberte, wh While recent dispatches only too
have the work of fumigation :n clearly indicate the deepening of the
Share. that the city health officer shadows that darken so many homes
ha! deemed i, necessary to make a r. our stricken city. yet some comfort
0:a ement regarding them and their may be found in the old adage, that
woik. The paragraph reads: the darkest hour of the night is the
S-!one preceding th? dawn. The history
The News's Attack. ief all fiercely fought battles record
"The fumigation is proceeding rce- varying results of the contests, all art
ularly and with perhaps a little be'- attended with advances and retreats.
iTr dcorum toilay. The smaUl-sized success ana' failure at some stage of
"roast" given those connected w-rh the conflict, but it is only the final
the gang by the council and the city struggle that decides the issue. Pel-
board of hea.'h at meetings held bistent and welI delivered at:a.ck
Saturday seems to have had a good eventually overcome the most obsti-
eff~et. That is just what was needed. Late resistance, and this is especial;:
if the conduct as alleged to them true when the preponderance of scien
was :rue." tific and practical methods reside with
In reference to this unjust fling at the attacking force.
Sth( men who are now engaged in the The occasional clearing of the sni ,,
im,jortant work of fumigation, Cit. of battle, from Pensacola's battietfiii
Health Officer J. H. Pierpont makes discloses the fact that the effective
itne following statement: blows dealt to her arch foe by those
Health Officer Pierpont's Statement. who are bravely battling in defense
"The city board of health has not of her afflicted people are slowly b:,;
given a roast to anyone connected surely having a telling eff-ect. The?
with the fumigating work. There has are enveloping the po.-.iions of the
been no friction or trouble about this opposition, and at an early (late they
work except that coming from p-- will storm and reduc? every fort.
sons who were opposed to fumigation slence every battery and capture
or who absolutely refused to allow every position. The events of the past
it to be done. The work of the men few days are in all probability only
in charge of the fumigating forces that feature of the conflict noted in
has the thorough approval of the all engagements where the defea-'d
health authorities and Drs. Kennedy rally to make a final stand, before the,
and D'Alemberte have the full confl- inevitable rout. Clrcuns;ances seem
dence of the board.' to fully warrant this view. and we
nmy confidently expect to see our pret-
A Valuable Little Book of Interest to ty city by the sea recover from the
thrust eo cruelly dealt in the dark
11A Women Sent Free. vdwh wholly unexpected. Though,
Every woman looks forward with taken unaware she is only stunned by
feelings of indescribable joy to the the suddteinns io the blow and will
event in her life, compared with which quickly retrieve a'ny loss she may have
ail others pale into insignifcance. How sustained by being caught off her
proud and happy she will be when her guard.
prc(tious baby nestles on her breast-1 The confusion attendant upon the
h ,\ swveet the name of "mother." And closing obsequies of Old Pensacola an1,
.I t hr happy anticipation is clouded her antiquated methods, andi the in-
tih dread of the ordeal. so that it is augural ceremonies of New aPen.nicoila
!It.posi-ble to avoid the feeling 'of with modern, up-io-date ideas, is in a
constant fear. The danger and suffer- large measure responsible for her b.-,
:t, at',nian,, upon heing a mother can l'ing so caught.
Sen' rl) pr-ventea. so that the com- The New Pensacola.
Ing of the little stranger need not be
Iteketi forward to with fear and trem- Whatever may in future be written
t.ling. EvxEry woman who reads this of New Pensacola. certain it is tlha
11.::.,r can obtain absolutely free a val- ithe pt will b nothing apo logetic. Wiol.
iaI'le and attractive little book en- whom the last a wo lnes l Byrola. 's
i tied "Motherhood," by sending her wom te last w nes y
ame and address to o the Braedfih- bEautiful apostrophe to the ocean sol
etor Co.. Atdslanta tGa The s ooil aptly applied, wihl disappear all trace,
ttan alpri cels. information to abl of that absence of thrift, energy and
,niai-priceless information to all.,'nterprise so much in evidence undter
vni -n. aid no one should tail to send e o ime
for itL the old regime.
The virile queen of the coast that,
,succeeds the oQeceased, whose demise
Mr. Harvey's case is "i credit to th, is attributable to old age, olo'metihods
-,bhool as well as to him. land their attendant infirmities, ha.-
aproelaime'i her prestige aiil establih.-
Deputy Sheriff Sanders had a busy ed proof of a survival of the attest, by
day of it yesterday, in the course of authorizing the issuance of $75u0,000.00
which he made nine arrests. Twa) improvement bonds.
were for breaking quarantine and tht- Quickly following this move whi,.'
i:,lance were gentlemen of the color- has attracted the notice ,)f many prlo-
c,i persuasion who were incarcerated gressive and enterprising investors, sh,
for playing "skin" and shooting: has published an ordinance that vliii
(raps. l.ovloe sanitary regulations comulcu-
The city forces engaged in clean-. urate with the requirements of a
ing off the underbrush on the swampy growing city. From this it is evident
'trac in the west end killed large'that her po;c(y is to be: "Trust inGodl.
numbers of snakes while at work yes-' but keep the city clean."
ferday Most of them were moccasin.-, New Pensacola b.rgins her career
but one was a peculiar reptile, similar! under auspicious circumstances, not-
to a black snake but with red I withstanding that in the instant, ith,
splotches at intervals over the body.' nist* of misfortune are gathered,
A number of snakes were also kllle,i around her, but only as the morning
I v the force at work near S, mists. which sometimes gather and for:
Michael's cemetery, .he moment dim the luster of the ris-'
ing sun. Lise the latter they wil;
Ask your grocer for Blue Ribboni soon be fors>>:'en,.
Iomon and Vanilla Extracts. Takes Pensacola's Pregressive Citizenship
lsS. Flavors perfectly.
Besides her legacy of a rmatchhos-.
climate, a lr nid-laocked harbor a.ud a
teep water ,ay., that affords as fin,-
,lipping facility es as any American or
foreign por'. she has Tmany substantial,
progressive and pubile-spirited citizen ;
Swho will heartily jolu in any move!
or measure which will advance her in-;
terests and promote her growth.
i Among ber business men may be
found bankers, merchants and arti-
sans of as fine business acumen as cat
be found In any ciiy.
This fact is n(t o::l: attat'-stod by i1hi.
big majority given in the r--cent h t 1,l
e.ec'tion but b the many cog'iy jrick
:bu!dings which have been er.,ct.- i 0t1
ire in co.u.' -i of reactionn within :he
-as! twel-v.' ion-hs. Evidt'.vl arm::'i-
pating the advent of' the now PI'oen-'.,-
!a. and t'i splendid fleiti of ,po e i'-
:ees. which their united and wll dirt-c'-
en endeavors would help to cr,'eal-.
ihv have shown 'heir faith in ht.:r
('"y's f tmir., by r,-,irg i.i !in.- 'hi
"'. N o bhe crtd l!' to any ci t c The-'i
:'es nen's i( n''): only saf( an
s.und. but a :, vt'en now aillt ear1ni1
ig- intere-t. T. o trunk i:t. .- ;li;.
New Perna.-ola within less- th,. n a
many years art practically as.uiir. 1.
Furniture Factory Coming.
:f an inl-t 'tw! 'w i: ',' which ;he M'iiter
%as drawn :' fe w di: s s:nc,, r'sui-titt 's
< xi(-eted. N-'w Pen -."eiia ntoy ,at ah.'
r. ar flt'ir(' I i'fs- otif ar:.- ;ir '--( ':.
upI-to-date furnr',re' factory 'ha; wi'l
make a spec;a;:: of church., bank. b.ar
and office fixtures. and the high grad,-s
siwcd oiak. I a-sur,-. the que '.i.,;o -7
i:at shipmnr. z of :-"veral cars a, ;a
T1me of the :w former f'-e:'-e:.'ly
pass.(l through route to Lx'.:isv. ,.
Cincinna:i and other points and :h.-
cost of transportation to thos.. p)ilnts
could e elinhminated. at leas, from ;he-
hIgs. :f a plan: was estab-ished th,-.r
to convert them in:o the, fin:shoi pro-
QuIn:T. rqiu b:ib r of r'i- n w-'' ..'!
It isgospel truth to say thi "E HAVF 'P UM
no DISEASES such as rheuma-
tism, ncura!gia, liliousness 11 TATED
colic, cold, sore throat, backache,
boils, bowel troubles, skin erap
tons, and all those caused b:
local inflammation, can be s<
quickly, safely and surely cured,
as by the use of IHAILIN!'
It gets right down In, around
the nerves and blood vessels of
the affected tissues, where thf
trouble is, and gently soothes
and coaxes them back to health.
For all pain, chronic and
acute, It is a remarkable rem-.
edy, and has no equal in safety
and effectiveness in the medical
world. Price 50c and $1,00.
No- aale and recomu- ended bv
Phone 1A0, Night Phone 44a.
Special to The Jeurral.
McKinnonville. S pr. 25).- I tI. Vtrn.
Dawkins Co., of ili:s i)'ar' ;axi-,. i.- I
tl i('r lturpeht ine tinrer.'.s ': '
Mr. Ernest. ot Ca(',noe. ". ca ;
(lown a few Ilays a )o to tai. i p;ltc
of M1r. Dawkiins in the tii' .' : ;, Ii.s-
Mr. A. I). M( KNiinn, n ;ia Ito-;
visit to M11us(o e, a i;',w ,, a,'
M r. H. \. IA.ahwxell. ,,f 1;. ,. -:)r
is er.c ing a sawmi ili lo "' i:t. tI, .
Kinnon. Mr. Ila hwvell s; .:,- iSuiii :I,.
in 11lt lT Sp 'iri .s. *
Mr. Tlih)nas Fr.'enimani :I t fa;nil
are with ius lmi:l coo(), .' ' ,ti
tll danger of .T ellow vr" .. ..-
.Miss Mamnyc Freema .- : ;. ,'end
w(.'k in Mi.i'Nsngee as a -: ot
uncle, M r. Ahl x MclKiii oi 1,,.
Mr. ],i.t. McKinition v:4l- I M-Ii.-
ore day list week.
IHoius,- are i lir: '-ct .(i I in a hlir-r'
in our village fior the ,peoi' e of .1, :
nings to occuliy.
His Mtserable Lot.
"Why don't you go to work?"
"Lady," answered PlodIIting Pete.
"I'm on me way dere now. DP trouble
Is dat when I'm in New York I hear
about a job dat I kin git in l'r'b -o.
An' by de time I gits to Frisco 1 flids
de job is taken an' I hliais of an;,)owr
oune in New York."-W-s;-higt,)n Slar
He Can, Indeed.,
"Can a m:rn have va million dollars
and he honest ?"
"I should think so. IHe can cert,.in-
"Afford to be."-PhiladelIphia B.ii-
Mary Ann-I've come to tell yotm.
mum, that th' gasoline stove has C ,'it
out. Mistress-Well. l!clit it nv t K.'. I I
ca"nt. Sure, it went urt through th'
roof !"-Excha nge.
Just an Experiment.
"If I were to as\ ,ou to marry me
-int ,..'.1i.1 --1 1
They Are Still Living High and
Behaving Themselves With-
Special to The Journal.
Escanmbia Wlay S aion, Sel. 2c5.-
V< e .-., in Suniiilav's ,Jol'-nal an ar;icl'
from G)uihtiing Camp). WVe are
;ii a.-'d Lto hea r" from ti o boh s the e.
1)n o()ur boys ft i' I ,, I hen we rc'A I
"ha! part of tii, report which refers
;to outtr I tl'rs[I )lO%'nlent hi' t., and reads
:- toll'ws: "While m ni acquaintance
w;Ah I1: lo gen lenian anl miy oppornirn-
;ia(s to learn of his vr'rac ty and
t..,\vcrs of e'ocirionl ar- vt ry lnnited.
\ y o);iiion is ;that !h is what iN
v 'n l a ric),i.' ng ',orpt-:io whose
0 .ri, 'ri to:'ic "Ail able writings
w Wi ,l 'i ain. !'. i-A to the aurora
i.',(, lis or' a ca 'tcutm light which
; ir:nlly w u'tld rt. '.xak)n o1)l'S knol-
< f. hI' s in:' Ii'. to v n endt avor
; ) , i'. Te I' w "; I:l*' '.II; Il, n M an .11
i; .iv I will sav the randl: -
q(it .k e i 'h which Ohe scribe fro'ii
C .* (:,)l!in R l ,y i 'a'np attacks on.'
:t'.,it. a L \ L 'a.'it' s :L I '- him as
t n 'i -' in thl art i'; uinnl.i a
:" l a ln 1 ai I I'" I ,i' x : I
Slll : k : '- h i. i .'\ ': l I;!:t n i'Il :1
' :! K, ;i,:. W' :i a ' ''
N !' 1 o '. l 1 ;Io (0It : s t., ik .i l
, I':t'.f ':" w ho s,) on, r ,,, ; :' n il! 'o -
S' : .
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t, *. r" t\'.i :' v i : iit 1 C a .' \', l t':;,' l ".l rI '. ;:'i I *.t '()1 f i tl t'"A
", r;i i: o : i t r ;
1 i i 'ii ii;t : ;i do' -.- t 1 'i'e
; n;II i ,;t;l .o, i n o I ': 1- ': l lal.
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W ,.I: l I mi ;'it :Itl fo)r t,,
,' ; W ( it t x, ,'p' ti,. p ,y ca t .
\ ., Ih in i (T :A 'Z i ; .. ; !i r' ito'
I to their'
:: '- ^ i i> ,i w1ft fo i r.t i!s p i
V, S,, '. o
S' ; .,1 t i -i O n ,
f r.o !k < l r o f i rh n a -
it > !f i 1 ,' t i 'r- t'l;i, t 1.
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:" n n ir -i l t b.! uavrn w
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'.,"' .I i '- a h' don i r m' m o- r
V ', v 'l ,i ;lk ,i k o'f. ll' h I 1'* :.) S ov'L't
- iiilK li ;iI y,' )t;i,! I'. : m o,'i ( n t .ii'
h ,li ,V ' .l;' l :,. ,!, : l-:a n (.so e ''i I.
The Quality Store.
SPECIAL LINE OF
SUITINGS YOR SCHOOL. CHILDREN
IN 6INGHAMS, PLAIDS AND WORSTEDS.
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
TO SELECT FROM.
Our usual complete stock of
has been enlarged, and we are offering ail
for Men, Bo)s, L dcics and C!Aildrea.
We have new arrivals in Hats and Ca
latest shapes and shades.
Yours for Quality,
W. J. & B. FORBES
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY,
E. W. LAWRENCE, Piopr'etor.
w iiit uuit 'i i n ; i t; ,IL,.. \,. .Su I ': si;lD :.
"'Vhy. Mr. Brownil she faltered, T ha... :. r hi .a .
"really this is so sU!I !i '' i A 1:'! t l 1: '1, il n 1 ti'ovs \ '
"I thought so." he answoroi. "Thlmt-i '.'. ry t-':4-...- :. r"' r. ihink ,
about what they all say. Much ol,!:el." titr' i t v al i, I:,,' !;.in: C-. itn
And then he said it w~:I; time for iiu
For the Rainy Day.
"This a wf oxl r';t v; ''"'o of yours
must stop. You've s I :1 soh:tliy
nothing for a rait:y dy "'
'Oh, yes. I Laive. ,'!nr. I've saNv1d 1;
lovely blue rainy d0-y kOrt."
Some vill n i;way < be naovp ,oth*e:'c,
-tf ,,r t'0 inc me ;!i of t',,:iv n .
It will opat>',r t g'\u tmoy'yrow.-E -Ir
V; ; :_ ', (* a .'t : : r i,.
' n Ilir) r.i v "' , ." V . ', i]. n .
hIit f ifl i .
is one of the most
Delicate Sweets in Food.
Cham-;er .n's Cough Remedy Aids
Mm : C 'hi!- :t 1 i ;t-I. are .:
(, tIhe .':i;Al\ c'e. ,: :s plan. [
.; '. 'I\ ,r. i "' *' "* t ': 'lI "ah ,
< ; X ,X' i' .i'ml : oy '! ;]< he .<0(*- ;
Wy the nlorse Aeted So.
"I ,:,.' v. :)'- th,( iratt-r w!th
>': 1 '- s;;iti: t t : I tahi t lo h w ife
xw!lii', l wxi" s in the act of u1 "iti'..li'
1), :.;i, !':.i. The hi'irs, wc- r :-;:'In'g ;i.fl
'"''' .a ': 1 tli-p;iyinig .-te ls f t-'-;u-'r
\- 't\." ; In i.estr c'l e rt.'Lr him .
A ;! -.rl;'y ,-'nr: j hi-s ald. anr l wlii.t'
,i :., t': m1, :l:'i; explinl',id, to Thle
<.v:.'r "'I : ,th.,." s:,,! hle, "that yo J" ,'n .. *-v't of thb ,.- over there. A
ei of t',- 'v.-' :in: .is has
,' .. .,: y,,, l,'i' g. ; t: thl. alt tou n'h
S .rq ha- ; .:y n.tver se.,u
: ; :. : wildor th.' :, o")w. his in-
S,: '! '"It x'it' '' t that ''eP t
Cr ,,-rt .li ',;-'d foll.
T .e I:t'!. l,.:)"'--i..e shiap'1Ec ro!!s to
Le '- :. In evx-.'y : ..:k. r'- '-t1p In the
v. -:) t. n iI: ,.,, i .:g !::-; try. In
i,.;-7 \ i,,l'' was lew-i-!gte l )by the
Ti:-. lThoy wfrr, hout to enter the
I -. l :: i:.. r -. n, pasls 'ie that
it.,y had dug,. whi.n the baker,. who
w-"i'k all night in ot'ier to deliver h:bt
liread in mte morning,. ga-e the alarm.
TI.' ani.brttih-s w.-re s.o grateful they
:i ,,m<-; h' to ni:i!luf;<-ttuire a break-
:'. -:! .: th-e shape of the crescent
rt. -n wi h h is a device of the Turklsa
PETER BELL, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
UNIVERSITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORID,
Embracing ;~'' following subjects:
I. Language and Literature--- ffoi-.
year course leading to the degree "f
iLchelor of Arts, Greek is not r"
quired, but is offered! as an el'. ti-.
-.sroughout the course.
II. General Scierncc-Divide.l r'-
1hrea courses; Ch.n..cal cl.rse,
Mathematical course; Natural History
course No Gre(k and only entrance
Latin is requi!t-" in thlse courses. A.l
III. Aericuiltre--Four-year and two-
IV. Bngine,-'r:ng-Four-year cour-e
.n Mechanical. Civii and Electri'-al
Engineering, also a two-year cour--Z
.n Mechanics. No Latin or Greek is
requiredd in UI. or IV. The f'll course,
underr II., 111. and' IV. -ad to t:.e 'e
-ree of Bachelo- of Science; th-f .irt
curses to a C ";;;o-''- )f Pr ':i ency.
V. Pharmacy--A f'", t o-year coursee
be begun in September, 1M9.
VI. Normal-Three cn,-ires for
'eacht-:,r: A one-year course lealing -t
a certificae, A threo-year course lead.
lgu to an L. I Diploma; A four-year,
Course leading to the degree of Bacheo .
No. S West Ro.-non.I t4., Pelniacoos. 1.
YOU DON'T NEED THEM!
MAKE A DETERMINED ATTACK ON THEM!
LET US SEND YOU MORE AMMUNITION, SUCH AS
SULPHUR POWDER. FORMALDEHYDE LAMPS.
W. A. D'ALEMBERTE,
USI661ST AND APOTHECARY,
I 'i 10"
IeC,*.- y ;I'rift.
THE SONG OF
If it Could Sinl,
Send Me to
The Star Steam
37 E. Garden St. Phone 114.
I .. .
Mr -lp mto M R W -0 --
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TKIU ONE No. 88
PENSACOI-A FIX.IATDA. TIES' \XY M 'NIN SK.TEME.R ... ...
,:*- '. :-. -.-: -. '-. -.- it." -avr,: w'? .::" Th terrors pro
S. will o.e thing of the pas
WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. .'
---- ner h, adlines ..a' announce
*'. Th- P n'ac ,(a .lJ urna' is on '.
. sa,- a nthe ; w.tng :Kac.r in P rsacor a a. ever's Mercy." the St
.: ,v Io':;- G:,,-o Democrat publishes
Bay Hotel. '~ -;:(.a! fr,)n New Orleani? w.Ich says
Coe's Book Store. To al: a ra res. t1e fever i
Depot News Stand.
- Gm Book Stere. s : ha. g .-r h.on:l the cor
Merchants Hotel. i t'( ,f lth, ic. a a! ahori:ies. Accor.
Southern Hotel. ':: la'o ',t reports re.elved fror
Thor-pson's Bock Store. th-re. th ,y in:t-nd to lott:e up th.
S Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. ,
.- Wagenheim's News Stand. ,"w ani l:t the f-ver take it
i W'"ker's Book Store. sc'; ourse. h l is just such recklc.
S' r, ports a. this that do more to ia
jure a place than the a'tual existence
;of fever can do. The fever has no
Arkansas Quarantine got "beyond control," the place i
no: "bottled up" any more than an
against O u rangsother city under quarantine wouli
About ithe most ridi"'ilcus and one lie. and the fever yill not be "let" tc
cf i:e most unjust proceedings that run its course, if the health authcri
Sas. :.w"n r '-., i in the quaranno' it-, can prevent it.
: 1, mince the y( !:ow fever was di.-
co-' r-d in P-n'-acola, :s the act'li Postal Antiquity.
t-' io 'a:-e tlal'h ufolic(r of Arka.. A rweent discussion of certain post
ba ; ii. r ftuslinL t allow Florida grievances In the British house of comr
(Tn('In' stat. nmons has recalled the history of the
rar. a ta>pot.Posts are mentioned in Scrip
liavine received information from ture. In Job ix, 25, It is written. "My
.uin' ): :h, So"th Ilorida o-aii:,, days are swifter than a post," and
rowoe,.-" *h:r Arkansa- had quara. again In the book of Esther, chapter
lin .' ;-i': Florida oranges. Sta' viill, letters were sent "by posts on
Hpa, Off,,r- Porter immediately borseback." The word, of course, here
took ul, :,. ma:'. r w;.h the Arkansa means runner. To Cyrus has been
board with thb r, ul'.' a- .-hown in t': ascribtd the establishment of sys-
tematic couriers and post horses
folo.ng s.!f-exi,!arnat<".- t'.egrams. throughout Persia, and Augustus i
credited with Introducing post hbaises
PenFmro'a. Fla. Sop'. 23. 1'*05. at Rome. It was in the reign of James
I'risiue:,t S:a'e li;>a .1 ,I Health, Ar- 1. thr.t a portal system was introduced
.a;: a ',.:: ., . .'k. into England.
1; Las. b,.r;, i' p. :n ,* .t r o m ., :h yo:i
a., qu.ran', niai t- ,ia ora;..-e'e. tm to nAst Eg..
1. i fra:t comes fronm I t-ec:,n( of theft "Ho Rea* h to Roat t larI.0
.soi.mc five i'undreul mi:es f:rml 1 W often hear persons make use of
Ja'en~. aei: an, frfo. ".e extrcmt 1 the metaphorical expression quoted In
toniiut.Lr .ec; ,1:1 of :.h. .:a(tu wuic the headline wbe referring to an ex-
hat b c:. ,.:::", :v' fire ironm yilo., erptitonally hot day. Such an experi
t' \ti. I au ia: :y
el. itt (1: al,.' K 2i f--
beeon nov'ii -tx-'N k xx
( 'i- 'tiLt' (rdt -- TI..
f rw I g oi- 1 .:1 ., -' sonu'ii'e to(-) a
gtlui-t a., ': .-- i.'caMn- El broug:.,
A'visaelltd R it a'~ .,Tl,%k kr. job. Y.-
Little T4:.: k. 24. 1 :.
Jo Y. . .. ::. Fla.
F lor ;' ;. fru:* (can:,'
be un" ti-. u .' .-- ;, ndtr a,'.
c n t'Tlt-r;.: -,, oi 1'. I itunyan pr't*-.
den,: 1ta iiarr. of ht, a th.
cases on record where scientists have
actually cooked egs by the sun's heat.
In 1S37 when Herschel was in South
AfrIlca he cooked eggs by exposure to
the beat of the sun "until they were
powdery to the center." Sir J. C. Ross
made a similar experiment in New
7.., 1'mn i
A I"e For Cloves.
Persons who g "'iualms" when rid-
ing in the ca-rs or nu bonts can almost
cer:::,ily quiet th0':n by slowly chew-
Ing. ;i 'love or two. Indigestion, acconm-
patni; i by forimition nf gas. nausea
and dlizzine.s. mill often yield to the
The :':e c'-h <,i of A' i"'- *n',' simple ionsua re. There are other
sas. nmu-t ..' '' i :e' ..n;: I'b r T an 1 better miean~ of accomplishing
h -- the results, but the value of the '!ove
th OV ,':t Is th. it o-etupik so little room, is so
trann. -.-.n f IOw f-v...o or ':; eai!y ,arrid about Ind can be so
4-the g,"a'ui' ,.f tht- .-un"y or hot : readily got when wanted.
\V'' n .I t'a--ae. xrownti fi-, !'.:;-
tn-- fr": anye I .' 1 r ::if. 'o ''. pe t-
ealti ,e n--.:: i.', to I' T :, rhe Journal Printed Dum-
t r ii..,-.ko Arl
-a -':i: of!-
' ', for !e i -e r i. '
S.' fft. r ;;t- t .'. .. f*'a' -
< t' ,. i '' *
r'ai Is I r. '.- ..
there a a;. ,;, l' -, than -
* iii t: ;-, .: '* a,--" *;a'-tr il U.;-
to Pet-a a ,',.n t1"'. : pi. ke-! f:':.i
1:, tr,,- ::. F. ,:a.
A^ :- , -an the Arl. :. .-
or,' : r-'"c ae : t "n
th e ri, :,, ;,:., ;:--. :, *.. o,";c ".-' < . .''n
the :ate of T. xas as. i1 in :he '.f
O r. .1 ,' ;, .: F:
fec e. -. :'- r F'-., e 'n -
less re'r; -< '<- t i7; ;a't,:' :
carl r- ..r.t ta .. Tat- r
It i.- p : i,<','\ : i. l u t < if ', !: \w
W hen : : I: x. ,, ;- !,f -.'
re ar' bhrotugh a': a. have thh -
ec : of ''.: ., :. a te ,- :1-. p \ -
cia t' h ...: o.i, -- ra:;; .:y -.:, ans .n
our sister states ,-.it of tt.e'r .* .-
time al' as ar. I 'n r,'.. r .ar ir..
the p"'.'pra'aor. and transmiss-on of
the (i4ea<. -
When :!a*' h ba b.n done, a large,
part of the- terrors of the fcver, as,
well as the inconvenience of trade
ing August, 1905, a
or an average
The fo:.ow:n>f fir:.is show The Pen.
r(..a .Io.: n- :i cirrn nationn for each
day .:cn, (Ei-' month or August, 1905.
numwor of copies
August 1 4,350 August 15 4,800
August 2 4.403 August 17 4,800
Auoust 3 4.335 August 18 4,800
August 4 4.400 August 19 4,00
August 5 4.350 August 20 5,250
August 6 5.000 August 21
Auaust 7 ..... August 22, 4,80
August 8 4.500 August 23 4,800
August 9 4.500 August 24 4,650
August 10 4.500 August 25 4,800
Aug st 11 4.625 August 26 4,800
August 12 4.f25 August 27 5,200
August 13 5.000 August 28 .....
August 14 ... August 29 4,800
August 15 4,600 August 30 4,800
August 31 5,000
Total for the month...... 127.335
Average per day.. ..... 4,716
I hereby certify that :ha above state.
mnnt is correct according to the rec-
ord-i cn file in this oaeBe.
FRED A. SWEET.
Swo-n to anrI subsrbed before me
th;is 3Sst day of August, 1905.
J. P. STOKES.
You have not really placed that real
^ptate in the market unless you have
advertised it adequately in the classi-
fled columns. It may be "for sale,"
but it's not "in the mark :."
The quaint philosopher who adver-
tises: "IIST---one rubber boot: wil'.
buy or se-.' exemplified the American
,,-*.it of barter which finds Its outl'
in the "Fr Sale and Exchange" c'l-
Don'" creep whrtn yen may walk.
IDon'! heet. our bus n"ss shackled by
inck ,: ,**'>' al whib, men wih imn,)n y
4to invest are r<'adinr ie "Basiune-.
O, ppori r ini i:. a' ... -v ry day.
Gray hair wv.ii' .'im ten ycar'<
e* i3ad <.t r.- i.aiar --,b l u t'. if ,, 11 '.) lv
i o r ;;, v ,r:i i :. "the wa. -1
If you have anything "'worth wil-"
t yi'\\ .0' I (a !! nm ab y i w arit a:.-
'v rtisinz yield you ;a profit of a o,,,lar
-a line lor each ast r:.n ,
Are you ray.!ng >oo munch rent? You
vill find "'the answer" 1': you study
;l.e want ads,. for a few days.
Ther n-w "ThrifT4'reerl" says: "1
b-li,-'v in fini:ng l-;iure, ever:'lay, to
:ca; adui undcr.iandl the v-ant a's."
"Ignorance of the markett" like Ig-
t. rerance of the law, "is no excuse."
Nine out of ten of the people who pay
te oo much for things, in troublea" as
t Well as in mon,'y, have failed io read
a the classiftiI a:l<. The tenth man has
:only read some of th,"m.
n You can't always turn a catastrophe
n-ir.no an incident, hut you can usually,
., prevent an incident from growing into
ma catastrophe-by heroic use of tho
N.an* ads. For instance-if your part-
nenr has balked, or best helper has
s mutinie... or tenant broken a leas,.
s;a mere rea r ing of the want ads. may
. clear the atmosphere-a quick use of
ei want a:l. space may restore you to,
By JAMES B. DILL. Famous Corporation Organizer
LARGE part of our modern prosperity consists of an over-
production of fraud and sham. The crisis is acute, A
feeling of di-trust is growing throughout the country.
Many branches of financial business have been in one way
or another taken possession of by the UNSCRUPULO.'S
for the pnrpo-e of deceiving the FNVWAEY. Trust companies have
been made the mediums of the flotation of specious and fraudulent
Some life in-arance companies, the highest and what sl.ould be the
most .'-'red form of investment, arc, as we all know now, coni,.uits
through which the savings of the policy holders are steered into opera-
tions for speculative purposes.
CREDIT AND GOOD FAITH, NOT MONEY. ARE THE BASIS OF
BUSINESS. GOOD OR BAD, OUR MODERN PROSPERITY 13 FOUNDED
ON PUBLIC CONFIDENCE. TAKE THAT AWAY AND THE WHOLE
The fact is that the unprecedented material growth of the country,
the resulting creation of immense private fortunes, the bringing to-
gether of great aggregations of corporate capital, industrial combina-
tions and railroad mergers, all hzve tended t!, center the attention of
the people upon great financial deeds and TO RANK MEN A(C-
CORDINGLY, causing the people to forget elementary virtues of
private individual life.
Graft is the advanced stage of the craze for unearned money. It
ie not only the desire to get something for nothing, but it is an attempt
to get something for the grafter in consideration of his parting with
something that does not belong to him. It is a wrong greater than
in+ nt *li.. r lntM f.4.r f t tn n rt hnl w k V n t nn f nrnam- n Ci.
andi frotuently. Prollably af ':oox i-iv~e dgeste'.i thetr blood meal. arid. Itka
A.,Op e~o .,A-ih in th~refo to) fi ii -. atter. I
5.AperiodI. vat\rvlnr, ~ e days. ucualtiy eta psc' after the b'.tG
of at'infectd niosqu :To U lwo Q %miom nns of tYe ovr fever wHI develop 011
th :i0~man subjEcct. T is !ho tv)(-!'-on per ol of v"tow fever, and th'
I n'ed SRates :Arno Yo. .la :werVt'.ommissicitafoiritt.! that hi thirteen Cac~i.
exp 'rinie'ntal 'tiiom; fevtT r ci: tdn Vv'.the t':c;of tuosi ioes It rated
!, P ytfeUonrs -ttUi, *iavai n i so-vmenrelno it-.. afte,- :inocuilttrin.)
R, Front the aoe we ga:.ier thn if an ad',>:Wzonb~l.i.in asVAra. :Lhtte
a j, howv fp'' pa~ienr w'hi'iQ ,ty,: Or- As oT .ip '.'.:Pli1have
10 )A'nvt n~ e poison :a its 1 :-frOT1nt T .. evo ,,ei-ltet't !al njao
perl-I in the '0 '14ifult : the~in I !r 1 1 s i U'porso-eI a* :he expiri-
Ko fQ4tinu two to flvo 5;4 nr:'i:.lapso for U' 'l>eas, '.nm-fnne ; A-
S.Ifin 10"but:9 "u .'-0r. Thrrtf.i t nosckimaing the pruoahl e iaAof
elo v fov" .-'v. fronta a0W.aifl>L1 :'thto h uopb. ~-o 00 a h:;; evirota-.
p'enT. a fa t rWII! a U 1N" -'l nx days m s, hvath''vei s n'..'
,he me 'crcs or fmi''tro of m'ix :,'. 'uivi- niea:ir-tr 4 rI' !t' r.:h,.Cw
! ruc'io-n of the !tjozq0(iio I (fan' !- t1'1.1' %,,,,'w of tI e fa- --.a-, sci-ral
0ay; 'may &W1-u befoV..a uino- ii'ink.!-- Ifrom tt'.' fir- -'- r tte;
'..rplb 'person, t'thi '4N 4 i.' n_-",It !It, 1o' !(1 *e h'rty
which is tet'i'VT- hinW b' !:eha'huturhotIes of' N, 'w. U: ';'in. te
Codem' 'p(I~inC t to d :tinuoV n us l r :! d--t.op frz ti'.ar ne'1*s
at''. yli t aPpea:.atie :- ..."11 h It~ait .
7. T he S'Iec-o't.r YI a Fa q &1 ari ann(' twntifgflV fri 1'. o w ~ft 4,r di r n 'aj'
tht.'h ~'i:~~is incihatiW in v: :body 'ux cvo'o eighi yr .a' nC -
hifr''bant rop4'ate!v uring this pt~rioi bu,,t ''s ite sjllo!e.
uw, its btewith~n ti 'UiCfthlpe:ndrqbr nyilittfi'i to Zhe bdt "i p
s Yllo feer s no: *:c.tfIdor von\4'. ii > 1f':r;tnt'~(-, !o. a'u
or' hi.nirnat Iobject s that have vp o i n eon t a'' %N U i fev~er ia ,en: -
their ininitediote su~ronttulngs.) Iiflp 't~t'di-:,< a fl-iia .he I *n4
'n-wrrhand ise Si! I'i'EdIV sw. or 'ofltnauiitt. 1* or proxiln:
!it t' ck, is unne ct -sar'.y.
t Fi L'~'t o:-4 (ca. 'ra of h utad fro'm el~'f-ver aro !onai-'c
trausn'iting the dieasv tiu!'ss 'U tmh ocenrs w!ti!'n he firsr 'r (!,I%,:i
n.ui e ia rare oPc~iir*e-'i 3111 then ionly if nosqyiit e7"l.'1'*- %4 1
t'4tIV before ihoni.,)flpsi: .on hag !zet !n. 0
1 ''. I'. r is no po--;S 'il I i 4Z Cf lnt:*actifltg '"hoi'i t'.oU '1 0
pojx ;t iot~on, or c0 U.. c '\wr-:on of 1 :( fto-'r pa -
11. An a ack of' xIP 1 non' r t au"Was t C ws 1n,:D
Duties of the Trained Nurse.
NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAIN~ED
NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER. 1,4 CON-
I i eer uiness. i iat o i e couneri e er, wu o merey maiies anu passes counteriei; SEQUENCF THE ABOVE FACTS.
s If you haven't answered a want, coin. The grafter is a man who robs the counterfeiter who made the
v ad. lately you are getting into a rut. coin; the grafter then passes the spurious coin TO THE PUBLIO 1. No nurse can be consilo:-r as tratne, In the management of .v,,o
Not only that-you are "missing fever in the light of present, accepted. knowledge unless she reai:z.- funiy,
things." as genuine, earnestly, and conscientiously. that the disease is transmitted sdlel y by 1os1
o: __ The director of a corporation who directs the affairs of a company !utoes, and that it is her uty tm pthe admission of hese tsects a
While reading the want ads. you ithe sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should find their way
cIan plan several little street car rides from the viewpoint of his own pocket rather than from the standpoint therein.
!o your self-ad. answeringrt fithesl ne2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient Rhe
and youscan make theselittle outings of the stockholders' interest, although he may not be indicted by a must cooperate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as ar-
Say you, too grand jury, is none the less A SOCIAL HIGIHWAYMAN. dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct.
Sr f a g i I- ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
Yes.The dummy director of a great company who dummyizes him- of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation of
if the nt ad. are to be of use and self for pay, whether by the year or by the job, who uses his position the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (If she is an
it y YS E t r mh use andH of oh moe u ii.non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire household of
T prfio youYOU MUST READ to control the use and disposition of other people's money for personal the patient, (especially If these are not immunes) largely, if not entirely.
1 gain, is in no position to criticise the clerk who falsifies his accounts or dep Every nurse must hear in mind that the most malignant yellow fever
r If you "know real estate in thisthe employee who embezzles, patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the mo't suaceptlb!e
C I "ity you will be able to" rea.A' between w non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access o
e the lines" in the real estate ads. And et we all know of instances where men who have stolen a million mosquitoes to the patient's person.
Sometimes this is the kind of reading have set to jail employees who took only hundreds or thousands of 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact ani intercourse may thor-
- that leads to fortune. fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick antil he well in the sl-ic
s dollars., room. and provided the innoc'ulation of mosquitoes, by biting the Ipatient
N EGGS AS FOOD. .. o WHOSE fault is thif It is ours. It is the fault of public during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
s 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished if a
s V 'ouh Nearly Half Water Ther Are opinion, and public opinion is our opinion, yours and mine--yours of patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infected with yel'o"r
Extremely Nuatritious. me, mine of ou, ours of all the rest We have to learn to reco fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bAtten by a mosquito.
The white of an egg is nearly seven-, even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito hit,.. are annoying
eighths water, the balance being pure graft and the grafter, however respectable their disguise-AND TO and harmful even If not infective To the patient, andl it must 1I looked u:pona
albumen. The yolk islihtly lessthan U ISH not alone by imprisonment and fne, but with all as an evidence of neglect. if be shows evidences of nmcsquito '.' n4s.
fone-half water. These figures apply TIH TM not alone by imprisonment and fine,6. No nurse can consider herself a trained y '!Iow fever n,.rP ,,lin -h
Approximately to the eggs of turkeys, the might of the terrible scom of society. We have to recognize thnt has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons whieh sclonte an'd
Sapprxmtl t thee o .r i experience have given her to %ffectivety .ro',ct hr non-infectel pIn; -ntAs and
bcns, geese, ducks and guinea fowis. the seeds of socialism, anarchy and revolution are sown by the man those persons who are dependent uon he'r know lze and expctions for saf ty
To show how nearly alike the eggs those persons who ar d cpemnt upon "
Sof various domestic fowls are in re- of our own class and kind who pretends to be what he is not. These from the infected.
or various omese7. The weapons or offonsp and defense? that ,he niir.f must I-arn to
spect to composition, the following fig- seeds are altivated by the bank and the insurance officer, by the man handle in protecting her pathii s are:
ures are given by the department of in power of financial organizationsin short, by any grafter who in (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobb;iet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient In His Bed.
Agriculture: of finThe nettina f baron; n-::z haeo n?:<.ci fine nounhti prevent ho
lien's egg-Fifty per cent water, 16 his dealings with the public departs openly or secretly from old fash- passage of Taosqnioes.
per cent protein, 33 per cent fat. owned Ten Commandment honesty 2. Mosquiitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of thq
Duck's egg--Forty-six per cent water, patient's body is in contract with the netting.
17 per cent protein, 36 per cent fat. Many men of education, of power, financial and political, seem to 2. Frequent examinations should be made to see that th.--p are no tora
Goose egg-Forty-four per cent wa- develop lac s in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging inside.
Ster cent protein 36 per cent deelo a TWO FACED CONSCIENCE, one for business use and The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes fro
fat. another for the individual life. This is fraud. entering.
egg-Forty-e t per cen. If mosquitoes are found within
Steer. IS per cent protein, 33 per cent fat All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the physician:
: It should be explained that protein indictment of our business life is not based upon an inherent, incura- awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par-
Is the stuff that goes to make muscle ble defect in our American character, but, on the contrary, these evils ticularly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially In Infants and
and blood. Fat of course is fuel for children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease man-
running the body machine. Thus it are an outgrowth of our American strenuosity in the riotous race for iests itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that It is
will be seen that eggs, though half or the easy dollar and many dollars. likely to escape recognition. On account cf the very mildness of the svmp-
nearly half water, .re extremely nn- toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
trftions, containing nill the elements re- THEREFORE RIGHT AND HONESTY WILL TRIUMPH. A SATUR- spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrccognlzed cases arm.
quired for the building and support of NALIA OF GRAFT AND AN ERA OF GRAB WILL FIND THEMSELVES for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
the human body. But the old saying SHORT LIVED, ELIMINATED BY THE UPLIFTING INFLUENCES OF (B) Screens.e- should he sreen
that an egg contains as much nutr- XAll openings leading t.) the sluk chambe- should he screened. Out'!dl
that an egg contains as mchbeefsteak nutrIs fat- EDUCATED MEN AND WOMEN OF CHARACTER. of ho.sptals, wire ~.:rc., are not usually available and provisional screens
ntnet as a pound of beefsteak is far n he bobbine: or che- e (;o1th, which can ve tacked or c:herwis'
from correct. It would be nearer the can be ma,'- of bobbine: or che, k, (loth, which can Le tacked or o'herwisv
frs.m correct. It would of nearer the seu:,,I to tbh openings of i;the :ik room.
fact to estimate a pound of eggs as (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
equa to a pound of lean beefsteak in TH E T AN SM ISSION OF i umigatethe room wth ui or p rhrin (insect powder) to destroy
nourishing power.--Saturday Evening possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible af'er the fourth day of fever.
Post. I SYilphu:- burned in an iron pot is the ,urcea, nay, and if used in proper quanit7
YE LLO rAN D will not injure fabrics or colors. Thref rounds in an average room is vii-
Notte TYour Walter. cien' if the room be close-,': more accur:tly. ( wo poainds of sulphur to 1.U00
"Did you wait on me?" asked the IrO W TO N URSE7 T r IT: ".bc feet o"f e space is -es:ima"'l hy sanitary authorities; and one pound of
m ian at the corner tale.H :TJOjIJ' j I insect powder to 1.000 (.c ec er will! suffico to stiupify the mosquitoes. The
"No. s!r." said the tall waiter. nl~MSmo militoes wilt fail to t:e flior a.nl should be collected and burnt. Two
"No. s" said the tall aiter hourt' fumigation with s.'!p!'r quite sufficient in ordinary ea.es. i'ne
S"'Then who did.'" grumbled the or- At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical So(.ci ty, held A'igust 12, 1905, fum. s of s5'111"lr wi:1 not remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkleJ
ner mania. Dr. Rudolph Matas ald-rssed the Society on the "New duties and responsibili- about the room will diminish third unpleasantness.
"I don't know, sir." was the reply. ti,.s imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care; The fumigation should be done in the morning, so that th?> room will be
"You'd better ask the head waiter." of yellow fever patients,. in consequence of tiie newly acquired knowledge ctI free of onor'by night, and it ;should be done preferably in dry weather. When-
The corner man did ask, but the chief the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito." ever the condition of the pat-ent will permit, a room a,'jolning the one
of the staff was no wiser than his as- A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared fcr
distant. prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, the reception of the patient who is to be carefully transferred to the disin-
"Wbat kind of looking man was he?" which he had utilized In his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub-l fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
he asked. listed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: The work of dsinfection and mosquito destru r ion. as well as screening.
o sould I know?" termed the Iis now conducted by the Health Au'throities, imnediately af'er notification hy
Sung hodiner.d I knoww" stormed the ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. the attending physician. But in isolated localitteq or when delay in obtaia-
Shungry diner. I didn't come here to ing .,anitary relief i una oidaul. the physician and nurse must direct the
make an ,udy of waiters' faces. I 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infrectiois, febrile diFeas.; mniers of the household in applying the prescribed regulations.
came to get something to eat, and if which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible indiviilual' through their Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Health
somebody doesn't hurry up"- agency of mosquitoes: and. as far as known, by the single spe,-ce, the Ste'- Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the presenL
The head waiter stepped aside too oniyia Fasclata, which is the common domestic or sternn mo.iiuto of Nevw epidemic:
ioon to bear the rest of the complaint. Orleans. and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, silver and gilt
"'He Is like ninety-nine out of a bun- 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood f-om the room that is to be fumigated. All objet's of a metallic nature,
Sred men that diine out," he remarked of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the object tightly
i re men tht dine ou" he remarked.wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applieJ with a brush.
"None of them knows his waiter. importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began. Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after thlo-
There would be much less confusion 3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis-. roughly shaking. Op-n all drawei.-; and doors of furniture and closets.
i If people would be a little more ob- ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed 0 The- room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping al1
serving. Any man can take a peep at after biting the yellow fever patient. 'Th-i period of incubation in the mo,- openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows and
his waiter without loss of dignity. quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed In the! doors.
However, few do, and as a conse- body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary: Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
quence they hall every man that passes glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900, them with a paste made of flour.
with the query, 'Are you the fellow that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months, The sulphur should be placed In an iron pot. flat skillet p.cferred. san
that waited on me?"-New York Post. to eighteen days and over, in the cooler winter season. I this placed on bricks in a tub or o'her convenient water receptacle with about
4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which .u,0t be taken to
above specified, the Stegomyia is ready to transmit thit disease during the j guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over aM set fire to
Waste and Pverty. entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the i the house.
'With regard to waste, which lies at insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over It aqd lighting it.
Sfe foundation of nearly all poverty, yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and theb opened u9
the w orktiag cases have exalted It In- 101 days old. [Note--According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Fasciata in Havana and well ventilated.
to a priciple of actou. An English can only be coaxed to btbe until four days old. With us. in Louisiana, says NOTF,--To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
sa-ant. u a rujle, wate a t m ^ch of Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from the room by the width, and this tn a: --y '.- height, and to find the amount
hervant, us a ruuewastssie, the pupa case. It was believed, at one time. that: (1) the females of Steg- of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cable contents by 590.
er employer's sobtce as poible, omyia must be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after and the result will be the amount of sulphur required i ~ouds
Wben she marrnas ad has children she biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet h'gh, we
eontlnues to be wSteatl It he own seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyiaa in Louisiana would multiply 15xll0x10, equals 1,500 cubic feet Divide this by 500 and you
bomf-Lo-dod Hospital that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptlUy will have the amount of sulphur required, vis: 2 1-at T
THE PENSACOL JOURNAL, TUSDAY MORNIN, SEPTEMBER 2,10
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MQRNIN, SEPTEMBER 26, 1905
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All DiMs.M e the
AD indem blader,
ALO rieftEB THE BmOD. Ce
am-% become .ourage.. T~. I s a e r y It noceAry write Dr. Fennw.
M has aWgat a letime curtan Jst seeaCO mseN** row%. All conmultatloMs FUEL
Had all the Symptoms
of Bright's Disease.
Mr. I. N. Poole, proprietor of one
of the best barber shops in Muncie,
Ind., has words of praise for Dr. Fen-
aeres Kidney and Backache Cure. He
writes Dr. Fenner:
"I have taken awer&: bottles of your Kidney
and Backache Cure. have us-ed many other
kinds of w-called kidney cures. but none are to
be compared with Dr. M. M. Fern'r*s, as all
others have failed and Pr. Fanner's has com-
pleted a cure. I had been troubled with kid-
ery diro-ase f-r manny months; some doctors
thought I hadi Irig-.'s Disease as I had ail the
.ym; rnE. I t1oc k your advice and tow I
S -, .. I V- . -A all h
Contributions Come in Slowly and,
Much More Money is Needed
for Work Being Car-
Contributions to the Citizens' fund
for the wcrk of cleaning up the city
are coming In slowly out, as evidenc-!
ed by the present situation, a great,
deal more than the amount originally;
'estimated will be necessary to keep:
Sup the work which has already been'
productive of such good results. The
seriousness of the situation renders It;
imperative that the work should aot'
be abated a the least and it is hope,1
that ali who have not already done
so. and who are able, will render
such assistance as lies in their power.
The donations to the fund to date are
a wel man. You may sen a w,
doubt to n -:.d I willconvinceothem;that First Nitional Bank.........$500.00
Dr. Fenner'. iKidney and Backache Cureis a W. S. Keyser Co .............. 200.o0
"ee hl a r a lniedyth American National Bank......200.00
genume healig and curative emedy. iConsolidated Grocery Co...... 250.0
Fr. J. Schreyer............... 50.00
old by Druggists, 50c. and $ et k Book and Treatise on Thos C. Watson.............. 100.00
Sold by Druggists, 50c. and $1. Get Cook Book and Treatise on Escambia Kealty Co.......... 5000
the Kidneys-FREE. K. M. Fenner, M. D., Fredonia, N. Y. Lee Daniel ..................25.00
SW. A. Blount ...............100.04.
FOR SALE *Y J. E. DUBUISSON A BRO. Hannah Bros...... 10.001
SPeople's Bank ............... 100.00
-- .-...-.- -. ... ...- -Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00
I N H Dayton. KY., Campbell County, March: Leslie E. Brooks..............1000
I 30, 1)72. J. M. coo.................... 10.001
From the dates given In the letter it' Pensacola Investment Co..... 100.00(
wol'ld appear that it was written M. F. Gonzalez ............... 25.00
about September 1, or within a y or S Bouthern States Lumber Co.... 100.00
two after the first ews of yellow fever Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.00
EVE CA rE as discovered in the city of Pensa. German-American Lumber Co.. 6090
Scola. Mr. Wilson, it Is understood, Saunders Mill Co............ 26.00
Sbad been employed near the point of J. R. Saunders............... 60.00
lriglnal infection and was evidently Pensacola, 8t. Andrews &
afraid that he would be taken with Gulf Steamship Co.......... 2500
afraid that hePaeuldeet n D. Kugleman ................ 10.00
Continued From First Page. the dm.en1 J. G0o. White ...00
I The Detention Camp. P. Shooter Co............. 650.00
health oacer at o'clock tonight. Dr. Porter yesterday morning re. Jos. Coleman............... 2.00
One encouraging feature of thy sit- ceived tlegram from Surgeon Gen- A. F. Warren................ 25.00
estioa is that the mortality has not e.al Wyman relative o the detention M. L. Roch.................... 5.00
been great only thirteen deaths so far mp which i s proposed to estab- Jno. B. Jones................. 5.00
occurring among a total of 101 cases. lish on Government land near Me T. H. Lannon & Co........... 1500
.It is no: believed. however, that any David. Dr. Wyman telegraphed that Wm. Johnson & Son.......... 25 00
great heaaO ay can be made toward Dr. Banks had been wired to estab- Clutter Music House.......... 10.00
stamping out the diseah e unil the ap- l sh an inexpensive camp on the site Meyer Shoe Store............ 6.00
pearance of frost alt hough the hopselected noar McDavid and requested tlndard ClTimber and Land Cog Co........ 10.00
bxpo.ssed that the '' i nd :ry :!,, D-tor Porter and Banks get Douville Timber and LC.nd Co. 5.00
boards of health w11 h.l able to hold ,t together and make the necesa ar Maxwell & Reeves........... 20.00
tr check f the peo;,A "',-operao wi'h :angemnas. Dr. Banks, who 1will have S. Pasco, Jr.................. 5.00
the authorities. lre f is no a P. Campbell ................. 5.G00
Should Screen HousM. wh(r rc h( Las been for some time. wait- H.H Baoyer .................. 25.0
Mayor Blas sai i ',sierday t hat ing unto ;he niat*r of establishing a Kress & CWison ................. 10.500
every house in th. ct that was not camp has. been definitely c.ecided upon. A M Aver lson ............. 25.00
already screenedi should be screened Work on the camp will be commenced, rdon Brown..150
a* once if tbhe ,.sa-,, w.s to be check- as soonI ag the equipment, which is rd & Brown ................5.00
Sa A i r :: ,w in crs a r. can be taken Fre Furniture Co .......... 400
the onl way ch, .'-c, ellow f< ver is i., McDavid and it is expected that ref- N. G. Forcnhemer ............ 10.00
< :. ;1 a ;,2 wa t. .. :.';,*r : :"u t,> an,:. w: fully Iwo hundred a S McHugh .. ......... .... 25
8-.o, ;";tr ihe rialil of Jo.!n F. h6e already register ftr acoonio- B. Gerson .................. 15.00
"Wils:on 'e:a :h foiow .ng l'e",r ia:lons. It will be well patronized for j. Kryger ................... 17.00:
Sas <.' nI :r. h':. tr-nk and turn.,", over one weeks 0o c ame. Groen & Watson ............ 10.001
a1 a. r aurur::i.s ,, ;h I i 1 : Bulletin No. 17. J C. VanPe!l................. 5.00
Mr. Wilson's Letter. The following order. prohibiting n- Thn Penacla Journal......... 25.00
o T.1 :' IDepar:ment, Pensacola. torcurse beween vessels in the har- aval Sres Ext.......... Co.. .... 250.0
r Naval Stores Exort Co....250.Wi
-Gf < nI o:.aP, 1 'm ra ,1 n i NaVe W. B. Wright Co............ 50.00
*ak;o, )-w:: wi- '..rI w : .erd Stat Health Offer N. Apostle..... .............. 2.00
'o.u j n.ririy my wi:e. whose address Rettrictions on vessels lying in the RMcDadshnerilCo.. ..........25.00
h::r:,r, of Pen-ae s la. Bulletin No. ................
MR .T 1 V'WILSON. 1. anships or other vessels !oad- A. A. Fisher................. 50.00U
Also i sola are n: permited t ha com- F. C. Bient .................. 25.00
Al7o ^ v~k-r^-ymuniration %%rh the c:iy except through o Shepard 5 00
J S McKNZIE NAE. the Lieutenant of the United Stat John Shepard ................ 500
dMgarrt. near 0\ t*, (`nc-innati. 0. te i uter Snr- h nited States A. DiLusro .................. 10.01
eraie. eve Cu:ter Service, who has Alx Zclius .................. 10.00'
,ih c e charge o f the water patrol of the har- D. Levy .................... 1.00
wsard.! to th s address s as 1 ave ir crws ashore for Gulf Machine Co. .......... 25.00
life inirance which wold no doubt cr ahor for any H. Smith & Son............10.00
depend on having the proper papers :o Z. Masters of vessel are forbidden Br lotmar ...... ...... ..... 1 00 r
prove sae, tot come ashore themselves and when Scarrltt Moreno................5 00
My name is Johr Frederick W'.lon finishe, loading and time for sailing WSc S Rrsasco .............. 10.00
#e 32 years. five months; bor at he1 n t,. S Rosasco ............... 10.00
ae 3? ears. ive momnh,; nor. at arrive. they can clear th~ir vess"es Marine Grocery Co............ 5 no
Strriugh 'be cut m hboi.e at the Bar;e H. Muller....... .............. 5.00
GETe TEd Bl loEP YnF. H. 1-owe & Co.............25.100
J. E Porrin ; cnGuls located in Pen- J. C. Porter.................. 100)
Lsarla a-. hereby raques;ed to n )t t J. A. Chaffin .................. 25.00
fore:FrA snE pmas '-rs b r their sevs r- H. H. Thornton ............... 10.O ,
nalionali:ies to strictly observe the rt J. Roberts.................. 10.00)
1 ,i'.Si. a :itFt n ,i al)ove. 1 P. Witlain. C.. ............ 1000i
GET THE BOOK J(nSEPH Y PORT T, T A. Jennings ...............110.00!
OF P ENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE. ''3a, H oalth Officer. Geo. W. Wright............... 50.00:t
Masters Protest. Cask .. ...................... 5.00 t
S n as ': bullei po Quina & Guttiman ............ 1000
Assoon san as ,nis bullin was po'th ed Frank Rcilv.................2500
'stis e ratiins under whose flags an Frinh ean.r.............. 1000
lR R ib bon th' s.hi.j find out if the order H. 0. Auson .................. I00)
I''.ld nt has a','natc. as: least to such Marston & Quina ............. 25.00 S
i-n ex"- n" as 'o aiiwv of their transact- W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00 N
irng necessary business at the bauks N. Goldring .................. 00
le eer and wth the commercial houses of the Cash . ................... 5.00 D
s itN. Dr. IPorier was ap-l'ealed to. but H. White & Co............5.00 J
has no equaL to no purpose. A numbnhr visited The Warren Fish Co.............. 100.90 C
SBarge offi, and protested vigorously Pensacola Rabies ............ 10.00 L
Sold evrywhere. aalnrst the ,orde-. saying that It woul' C- Thiesen .............. ..100.00 I
be. impo.siblk ,o thefum : leave port Sou'hern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00 I
S A dFriedrm an s aAowoe 1t vsit ,he banks for J. S. McGaughey............. S.. ;J
S. A i dh, ,- prpxs. of makin; drafts and visit Armour PacrKng Co........... 25.00 1
,,bher places or the purpose of secur- Dubui son Bros .............. 20.00 -
Wholesale DistribjtCr. ;Lg M-"'res. c''. The order, in their S'ar I.auudry ................ 1500 C
e- imat:on. wou'd aolutely suspena l, S. Brown & Co............. o'0 J,
Lcedcr in Importe.i Wines a:C 'crn'er cw.h "he part. Jude'e H. Bellinger............ 15.00 F
Nk. 3I SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
Lbm DM. Wn I U
ouspicious Case at Milton.
On, -,s; ,oiis ea,, of fever was rk-
per.',, fro.e" Mi''(ou :ast nizht and has
'-en ;!cr<<4i under surveillance by the
S' :. 'pre. I c'ui n :; be
na.- +"!,ii:', *wh,,her .r not the party
i, ,: o:n ha been in Pentscola rT-.
ul] Th.- physican was in horps
'.a c -~e would noEt develop into
Cured of Lame Back After 15 Yeara
"I had been troubled with lame back
for !f e.: year. and I r-n;d a com-
r-v-ry .n the ':se of Cha;.a-
'-7'. 3ans Pain Ba;m." says John G
13 !. r G`:-a:n. I:,i. This liniment 's
;:!, .. .it an equal l for sprains and
Druiset. it is for sale by alU drug-
FROM PARENT TO CHILD
The-laws of heredity are invariabl|
and the diseaed blood of parents is
handed down to children in the form ofS U 1g I dp r A I
Scrofula. Being thus deeply rooted
nothing can rear the disease but a con- L
stitutional remedy. The very foundation N
of the blood is iseased. and until it is
purified and made strong, those who are
born with a srofulous tendency cannot
av-e the bleainf of robust he Alth
Cveland,.,1 B e t. Big Hearted Railroad Boys Open
I Inherited Scrofula from myT n estr
d this means, oou w k p Their Purse to Hel Family of
blood and a rn-down debilitated con-
dition of theairstl Treatinantofphy- o ens did no do me thi like Deceased Comrade.
It. Itpromotes Otitot an igetion, l C, ep. -
gives store h a enegy, b oudsup Goulding Relay Camp, Sept. 25.-A l
the ireneralhealth ia everyw y,aadlniof the boyv in camp are well and en-
addittento betl aezoellent blood pu- joing the best of health. and the gen-
rie it ds to to sucese as a remedy
for croIaa. It did more for me than tie zephyr is continually sweeping
anything I hav ued, and with Pleas- through the large windows into the
ure I recommend it. S. S. completely spac.. .us rooms upon thT boys as they
ured me of thls bhlighting dies e sjBaci-o- rooms upon -" boys as tne.
S.. .LOUISE COHEN lie in repose upon their comfortable
couches, from their labors -with not a
S. S., the king of blood purifiers, isbuzz of a fly or the hum of a mosqul-;
the medicine that is required, because it t. to disturb them in their slumber.
changes the quality of the blood by Aside from all this, we have a large HoW t
cleansing it of all poisons and impurities, dormitory together with a large re-
building it up and strengthening the en-, cept ion hall in which guests are re- Jud e .w
tire system. When S. S. S. has restored ceived and entertained. 0
the blood to a healthy condition and This building is about two hundred' P y. w. So.
forced out the scrofulous deposits, there yards east of our camp, in the catalpa Br*acy, the points of exci
s a sure return to health. No remedy farm. It is quite a treat to tire boys mark it as the one perfect be
has ever been found to equal this great
vegetable preparation for the cure of all na, very much enjoyed and appreciat- te American Brewi
diseases parisr 6d. Our only wish is that our broth- I60OIA Wkft
from a disT ad ers at Escamlbla could share some of *
or impure blood these comforts and pleasures with
supply. If you us. We are sorry for th'e boys in the
haveScrofulaor sand bed.
a n y tendency Our genial master of trains. Drew
PURELY VEGETABLE. that way write Williams, was royally entertained on
usallabout voum yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. H. L. COVINGTON, President
case and we will send you a book desrib and Mrs. Mayo, and is very much In- C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President,
ing the disease and give, without charge, debted to them for some lucious ice T E
any medical advice you may need. cream. I
E S P CIFICCAtltaG Our boarding master, Mr. Johnston, THE AMERICA
THE SWIFT PECFIC CO., Atta, was presented with some nice sugar OF PENS
cane by Superintendent B. E. Whiddon &F PENS
on Saturday. DESIGNATED DEPOSIT
We all come with the most solemn I
hearts to extend to and assure the Capital Stock, $200
widowed Mrs. J. 'A. Perdue and her I3DtX .
fatherless little ones of our heartfelt Henry T,. Covington,
sympathies in their sad bereavement. J, d. Pfeiffer.
IDoubtless there are but few of us
who have not witnessed the sad part- Bryan Duuwody,
Ing of 'loved one, who were so untime- Frank eleilly,
By SPRlA I y snatched from our homes by death'-: W. Roasco,
bitter pangs, which bring to us a sadi T. F. MoGourin,
G |ANrealization of the sorrows upon the F. Brawner,.
hearts of her and the dear little ones., C. W. Lnar.,
While we all Know how feeble the J. R. Saunders,
words of consolation and condolence Accounts *f aks, dviduat
are to lift from their sad hearts the AcFouount r per a ndtv
grief over a dear father and loved one, For per ceit-
yet we wish to assure them that their
Disinfectant Used Does Not Stain bereavement is sadly stamped upon ..-.
and is Not in the Least the sympathies ot us all.
and t in the Least In We read, with much regret, yes- WM. H. KNOL4. PrdetL
t1rday morning, a letter written by a TROS. W. BRB*I'T, Aest. Cashler.
jurious to Carpets or lady neighbor and friend, addressed
to Mr. Drew Williams, stating their
nranfrp0fi r8redy and depressed circumstances. I
Draperies. Every man in camp responded liberal-
.l...* ly as is shown by the following list of F
.subscriptions to the needy family:
The spraying gangs, who for some W. F. Davis .. ................... $5.00 A # A I ^ W
time past have been disinfecting T. C. Horn-e....................
yards, outbuildin, and, in some IL Vickrey....................
yards, outbuilding ttland in someR T. ................
eases residences, with the patent E. E. Johnston ...............
spraying devices, are accomplishing Drew Williams.. .. .. .. ......
a great deal of gbbd, and, as their J. M. Fleming.. ..............
work has been increased lately owing W A. Bondsey .. ..............
to the spread of the fever, their nurr- M. L. Boghich............ ..
ber has been considerably augmented. E. C. Corley.. ............
There seems to be a prevailing J G. Gardner... ..............
opinion that the liquid used in the W L. Hahn .... ..............
machines is injurimus to clothing, car- j. D. Maxwell.. .. .. .. ........
pets etc. This, however, is not the Geo. Hoffman.. .. .. ..........
case as nothing can be injured in the! M. H. Ah.. .. .. .. .. .... ....
eas it. G B. MeG-Hl .... .. ..........
least hv it. 'Mrs. Ethel McGill.... ........
The city authorities are prepared to j. B. Long..................
promptly send a crew to any res:- F. F. Williams.. .. .. ..........
dence where its services are require, iW. J. Holston.......... .....
for the purpose of spraying the pren:-'
Ises, thus killing effectually all in- Total.... .... .. ..........$2
sect life and doing av,-av with tntq Mr. Perdue was very well know
breeding places of mosquitoes and a good many of the railroad ;boys, ]
other vermin. ing worked a while last winter
the bridge gang in town. In tr.
to better his remuneration he ent(
A Remedy Without a Peer. 'the employ of J. C. Van Pelt. for wl
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and be drove a delivery wagon up to r
Liver Tablets more beneficial than!the breaking out of the yellow f<
any other remedy I ever used for atom- in Pensacola, when he entered
a.ch trouble. says J. P. Klote, of Fdi- service of the railroad company a4
la, Mo. For any disorder of tho storm. going to work in the L. & N. shop
ich, biliousness or constipation, those which place he was working when
Tablets are without a peer. For sal'- was stricken with the fever.
by all druggists. E. E. Johnston ana' D. Williams
the recipients of some very dolioi
Sjelly cake, presented them by Engir
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE W. nIolston. which was sent to
1'- Mrs Hoilston, of Scima. They
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO-DAY enjov a feat on ice cream and c
at 7:30 this p. m.
X1With b(e.n wishes for an early fi
Ther, wil! be a special mtin of to ki'l the Yellow Jack, we are,
Trh Char wile of COmap rce al s l )on' o 'The Merry Boys at Goulding.
he Chantl"r of Comreorce at noon
odav to consider mattc-r'., of great rn-
portance. It is desired that the attenu-
dance be as full as po.si!e. HaeDnv 4P Uts
Have M- e My P acola Rdnt
Have Made Many Pensacola Residents
Marks & Gayle .............
Swift & Co., ................
Mrs. Fannie Henderson ......
McKenite Oerting & Co.. .....
Dunwody-Aiken Co ............
. S. Roberts ................
Citizens National Banb ......
L. & N. R. R. Co.. ..........
F. W Marsh .................
R. M Cary .............. . .
J. Ed. O'Brien ...............
Pensacola Gas Co ............
Electric Terminal Railway Co..
Goulding Fertilizer Co ........
ohn C. Avery. ...............
P. Martin z.. .. ............
J. W Ma:oy .. .. .. .. .. ..
Welles-Kahn Co ..........
SPhodes-Futrch-Collins Co.. ....
W NEA Moog......................
ANCoT HEATlored List
In the first place, the stomach must be Big Zion Sunday sewoal ....
made strong so that the food will be M. M. ewey. (SentinAl) ....
properly digested, the Dowels opened s. H. James.............
and :hc blood made pure. In the OW. H. Harvey...............
second place, we.advise you to use Moes Lyman ...............
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters because Richard Muris .................
i- ha- proven time and again ka won- Cash ........................
derful value in all capes of Stomacu L. F. And-'rson ..............
troubles. It always cures Poor Ap., Marion B'ua .................
pet!te. Indigestion, Dyape~ala. Soetive- Preston Gordon ..............
ness and Malaria.. Try a bottle today. Aaron Johnson ...............
I S:. Paul church ............ .
HOSTETTER'S Washington Clark...........
Whitfield Dupont ............
STOMACH DITTERS Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
lTUMAC ll ITLTERS Baptist Church, ............
50 00 i ntnuia*5iic.
23 00)! No won,!cr scores of Pensacola citl-
2 50 zens grow enthusiastic. It is enough
10 00 to make anyone happy to Ind relief,
25.00 after years of suffering. Public
5 .9 statements like the following are but
100 00 ruthful representations of the datly
100 Ou work done in Pensacola by Doan's
15 00 Kidney Pills.
10 00 Mrs. David C. Wilson, wife of Oapt.
10 uo) David C. Wilson, of the tug boat Co-.
15". 0 lumbia, and residing at 26 South Reua
100..00 street, says: "If Doan's Kidney Pills!
100.00 had not benefitted me nothing could
25.00 induce me to recommend them either
5.00 publicly or privately. I had a never-
5.00 ceasing pain in the small of my back
25.00 that made me nervous, and when I
1. 00 went about my work around the house
10 O'j the pain would be intense. Other
symptoms of kidney complaint were
noticeable and I decided to try to I
5 00 check the trouble before it became'
2 50 too deepseated, and I est to
5 00 Sidney Kahn's drug store, No. 9
2 00 South Palafox street, and got Doan's
1 00 Kidney Pills. Their use strengthened
5 00 my kidneys, banished the backache
55 and prevented the lingor and depress-
2 Ot tci that I felt mornings. I could do
1 u0 my housework without suffering, and
1 00 I regained my usual energy and
1 Ot health."
75 PFor sale by all dealers. Price 50
5 00 cents. Foster-MUbern Co., Buffalo, N.
1 00 Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name-Doeann'-ad-s
. 2 00 take no other.
at the Brewery
Creamy Foam, Cea rate and
ellence contained in A. B. C. BR,
ng Co., St. Louis, U. S. A.
m Doir, Peisaco, Fla.
M. E. CLARK, Casa jer.
JNO. PFEIPPER. Asat Cashier.
N NATIONAL BANK
TORY OF UNITED STATES
D,000 Surplus, S40,000
S. J. lOsbhoe
A. M. Ae:.-r
W. H. Mi;.on, Jr,
0. E. Maura,
W. L. C'1wtaon.
C A. O N*al.
Dr W. .i. Hlannsa,
Alex M .'cwin.
C. M. Cjv.ngton.
, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
Wet paid on Time Deposits.
W. K HYeR. JR, V.-Pres and Cash.
W. N. ROBERT6. Aat. Cahbler.
AL E A
100 ,V EJA51% Ioff A. MANlM i
1.0 of Pensacola, Fla.
1 ooDIRECTORS, F. C. Brent, W. A. 3bjat, Wn. A. 'now
1.00 W. K. Hyert Jr, D. tJ. Brent.
1.0 FOREIGN AND BOMESTlI EXGItl] )Jj if AlJ SR)
1.00, We draw our own B'll e*f go' Vessels disbursed upon the Most
1.00 ana"ge on Great Britain, Ireland. Favorable Terms, and their *bji
1.00 Grmany, France, Auetria, Italy.
1.00 o!an, Spain, Blm u sI, gations taken Payable at Pot s
1.00 Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Destenation Ten r ays Al itr Ve
1.00 safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connectioa with whici we
25.00 have a Private Department ifo ta< asie A ) hitters.
with $'vings Department-Interost Paid on D0-
ered posts at Rate of 4 per cont per Annum.
eOTr L MILTON GKhI.iassms r. I T A. W LL.,-. V ca P19 1slIaxr
the A. K. aa UHNLL, (ASBIXZs. MANalgLOi MosIgNJ. ,, r CaI-4sa4
a Citizens National adank,
She ef n- *
are OmeW Wright, Morrti ses. T. L eWse
ious Ltz M. Robins. L. tlitone reS
nAr, A .EFIPR\L BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEF].E. Cashler.
R. M. CARY, Vlce-President.
Itit PEOPLtr'8 BANK Of INSACJLA
Direct-rs-L, J. R'eves, J. S. Reese W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alembete" T. A. Jennings.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BU.SONESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFT'LL1 SOULCITED
*...*OOO*o**o***ooooo******Oo*** oo *****O e 1
Wholesale and 3tail f-ieir i n
Steam, Domestic, Anthracate C
O -ce-No. 13 Soutkf Plaft street. Telepbone 93.
Yards ea Za-agos" ad (ionles streets. Phone. 4
CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
Ht will pay you to investigate our prices before buying your
Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We alse handle Paints, 016, Brick, Lim and Cemenat
We cug ave yog mey on everything
SSaunders Mill Company
Offices 29 Eat Garden Street,
FactEory North Palafox Street.
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MCR..\ ", J o
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIED.
B4&T W t rIti- ar' e"pr#-Tars-
t~caraL 1-.- t. it a.-' ,rv
D~es and *p-r ,' *aI f-%1 al la
tanp of b n U! 2 a''. ,,1u-Tv ), *h,. uarTI,
ie'ving tL'-k 1,r. v .11,1rp N- Teti,
30!a U1Ik *' '* '.recn,.. h-aiutf
oa -ir-,"'- V-dr a l~~k
hap' niaup Ia,-. o'.1 sUt :k. 110 4-1.'
at tw.*ntv. v" o.- ior, w ." n- sam
wor a-'- "' FkR #4% i- ! :.it
WRINKLIP-' -AI' 6.%%1AIA. e'()X PT'
10W.. 1""'ew-( .-Pn -. F\ J-R) Bo-x
Fror sabe epa.1r.;7t- ir~ti )rsn t
E. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO..
, free upon rqn"
are so torouhly de'fh'ful as
to alI n '' '''. a.' o xc;n;i:tion
of --url,'" ,-oi g.. h' Itrorm n
vphlnx Tn atrt' a'way. (,f
uniforn : < a:ty in i abso-
uinel. pu: .
Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
140 S. alaf nx. Phn) l 99 c
Whet Your Appetite
and thIn come to
the Old Rehiable
PEOPLE AND EVENTS
g, E. NELLIE IECR.
Tsopho wee No".
fecn, Heard and Done Among Fhos: Who Go, Come
and Tarry --Women and Society, Here and Els :where
IN STILL LIFE. days in both of which i's father was
Sail the woo!!y dog u:,on my d.k, an ac:V e participant.
As he ^arl 1 at m. Mith repro'na Mr th wa., an active citizen of
ful gaze M,;:n: hont.r-l' :our his frank honesty
"Wy do u wr' the thns tat n al : hinn: anl w as once descrhe c
dt t by a nlm:;laer of his op;)*o(itlon party
Editors, and shorten t-e.r days? a y. p1ieitnall t, bu. he lack<
Is,i cy" Rcring to 'Mr. White the
Miami Mevroplh..s says-
*"Isnt evu.rything a s' M ni saam.ys:
Lov- ar.l s, :. : t,. ,."L .ti, ta L us .,:i to hfon r his memor
Cal !a n am arnd from hi. 1ife endeavor to learn
A.' I .o ,u .or.s gso l(sons to, o live that when our
1aT-' c r, go7osu:Lm.ons c,:mes to follow him to the
bo iren tr .:u wht-i en no traveler re-
"I knoA I am on'- a fnne ur ik* him, we may g
S :Ton -i *i : \\ th the assurance that life has
M. j.1i, vgm ;: \ ne k., T n r, nr n l 'a all in vain and that there
Anm' thte r.- flaw :n r ph; )-,I- i lin; be i(ft o those behind the ierga-y
nph of a good name. and tht- pleasing reco,
Chica, Rcor! al. le :,)is
wi.ichh seemed to him righteous and'
Mr.r- Art.hur StilIman who has ieen an i ust.*
il. di rirF :. 1 la.:hL ,r ,i now q.n
Mr. Thomas F. Walsh has re-iant-
hi' ,islti,)n in tili( 1)c i I. N.
FI ghi )oii -e and wii; r'-main i :ll I);:-
v(r. C'^lo.. wher,- he nas accer'Ai a
Hon. John E. Stil:nia-. (oltilctor of
tht prt. i.- (xpeczed home. t l(ior:ow.
Mrs. R. J. Bowman ,nd children
ef: yesterday for I,,si 11- i" (, e \hi
thle'' will rt-iain a few i vay aTeId th
Sr 'i to W0 ii.],., Ala o s;tiel ti-ev-
(era: \veek the-re.
ri a !. .
friend i.! an ro'a':ves of
Pri,- w:1 rr .:r wi:h re-
la.-M :reo,.I; ;., M5r. Price
Ai' t. :' -i' home in
Mr. Will Favor .tos fr'etndF- were
ifl.. tna: ii, ',:a( t *-Iy S ia
tihanad L so-up -l) "11.
Vt-- FJ IAE -rrte'ha- onc to
Tli m ti frit n !S sM a,',
',,IN a\''t,: N. C ii, r-
fm'un' f:to114Ia. 0' f 1. 0IT',
1 I,^Y f 'MR. E. L. WHITE
BURIED AT QL;NCY.
R a;\ W Fir. : r. wilW
Restaurant F L. V 3
v* a- a na:.\e of !: ". -,, ,f .,
Vhi:, of Tha I ...'. 11 had 'erp n
where the best is A..h,,iil e N c.... -.t we. k r
always ol tainable. th n f!lt o 1- wih:i ;
fra,:: t t) t- ", "- . 1 1 ,1 : 1 .
To -,.'>y morn.n- n b ', ,,s
AM kinds of Fish, Soft Shell a,'lT ',, in nh, c:
Crabs Western Meat. w a- -:
REGULAR CINNER SERVED DAILY, %n incrha;-':b(A "*m,l fh:., fie
25 CENTS. an. Ibumarn r s a ,' a- ra'he'lc iln-
___ ci.al, s of the war an l re on-truetlin
kg and Pressing Club
sA the place to send your clothes to be
Dyei, Cleaned. Pressed or Repaired..
1They are now in a position to handle
your work nt're telcikntly than ever.
E. L. REESE,
No. 11 North -Palafox Street.
Did It Ever
Occur to You
'lti an- ft -- '
- -.--, 'i'i con:;
Yea -to! isa te-vfito:
is Yaff introduction.
*r~ f.' '0 i'' a griod
and pa' ', mp
man;*- qua -.
OWur li, c-,
CLOTHING. HATS SHOES
AND FURNISHINGS AT
li. 0. ANSON
Cor. Main and Palafox Sts.
HIS MIND WAS WILLING
BUT HIS WIND WAS WEAK.
Mayor Story of Atlantic City was be-
.-*ed by constituents to stop those
i;!".ermen who dredge illegally near
il.- shore for fi,-h that is used only a-,
frt llizer. siys the Buffalo Enquirer.
Wth.:e cind.-inning he practice e the
ni.a.or. In i dn tg out the difficulty of
ca, hing and punishing those fisher-
Cr en. sa<-l:
*On account of th sinful waste of
g),d fish that they cau-e., we would hbe
olly o p'4) lad to pros .-ute thee men.;
'li ,h'- tnt-a1ns to (ieiect and identify
linr I ar, not at hand. We have the
hi il. but not the power to punish. We
ar !iXi The trumpeter in an Atlantic
"The man, a native of Germany, was
prra-l:c:iicp on. night a trumpet o.bll-
ga:o. bu', he 'id not play anything like:
l IMohr.u louder.t
"And the trumpeter redoubled his'
. , .- Q I
YOUR COMPLEXION ' a &"ji
In 10 Days, Use
THE UNEQUALLED BE"' -IER.
CAPT. JOHN M. STEVENS DIS
CUSSES RESOURCES AND POS
Sli ILITIES OF THE LAND OF
SCapt. John H. St,-'L-:s., one of th-
bet posted mn i on ir-iat ioa in thL
Staie, and wh Fma.u hao a grcat det-
T1 experience in till.; a.ork, has offe.
ed th rou gh tihe a Ja k -)a'.'ii t Tim,
U::i'l the fo lways,, 1 ,gge. a f l
the people of Flor.;ia. :;.1 espe-iaia
t(, t ose who are 1ilterv-.ed in brin.
ng to the Sa:,, io t'o take
Part in iorida';s iads; r ial dvelte,)
THE NADINOLA GIRL mea"
Ed tor Tinme- Union: Y( s dr sug.: c
(Formultl: .-at ertised anl dold as tion of the 17th, .n rea.' to suieath
.... SATINOLA..r. in'inmigrao .n, i itia ly and should L
No change in Formula or Package. discussed.
The NAME only has been changed io While a(cting at. agricultural an
aoid confusion, as we cannot affor-i ian:nigration agent iof zh,, Plant Sy-
to have so valuable preparation con- tt :n of Railways. 1 Iuwlined a plan fo
Used with any o;her.) the population of eF :rda which I th(
NADINOLA is guaranteed, and money thought, and stiii think. the only co
will be refunded in every case where recit prince pie to be o.b,. ,rved in ta,
it fails to remove freckles, pimples, great work.
]iter-spots, collar discoljratlons, sal- li, Flurila with its million- of acre
lowness, sun-'an, black-heads, di.tig- of land suitable for horticulture an
during eruptions. etc. The worse cazeb agriculture, with its bo:tntiful store o
in 20 days. Leaves the skin clear. :,:-'-sian vate:- whh:'n can be utilize
soft, healthy, and restores the beauty for irrigation, thece should be no re,
of youth, son for a lak of in!' iiigent peoep.
Price, 50cts and $1.00. Sold in each Ato would come fully equipped with
city by all leading druggists, oe by nui)ey, brawn, nwmentali',v and morals.
mail. it' develop our State, and soon make
Frepar'd only by ot it the riches:, section of our Union.
NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn.: Chean Irrinatinn Neee-
WAS FINED $25.00
MAN WHO SAID HE WAS FROM
PENSACOLA GETS IT HOT IN
With cheap irr a ion our State
Could be iIt n ale T) sn p'.v ite ,h'uands
of thlie etirte cain t1' fo i winter vegt-
tabi .a.. s:riawl)r;'i'es, oranges, g'-aue
frui' ai.d FI.orid:i sirp. rl'he cTh eap
irrim at.( i we have, as il cre are thou-
-andj of acres where arte.-ian wells
can bLe n..!e i to floxV and. on e es:at;-
I.shed, there is no further expense
from this source, anld v.h proper en-
ergy we can easily supply oighht.
mnilton of pet)ple w:th what is neces
spar for a Ilv:ng of coTmfort and Lux-
ury d(luIng the winter and ear;.
T', 'The Jacksanville Metropolis of Sat- How to Proceed,
.. .'L.,di,,r. loul -'r, louder.' irday sa: Q-uite a conlnt was How to Pced
"-The trumpetL.r han-ed down hiscrae i th restaurant o: A. M. The secure si:ale pe e t s only
': pt an:,i atared at the leader with c-. eoi er Bay. and W.sington nc -sar'. 0o securle con ol of a le
hat s'.n i : nom ,t : sopc -- ,n .- n ,w .,_ .'u-and '. i,.s ): so::abl>, land 1 "li. L
I (r-a, evening, w h .i n A .
It! f e l. p aur.r a we'l knov.n rc sld-nt of '1 -' -001i i c o
'; ",I It r' l' vare s t!s T si. :n fie pr-.- nce of r t l : L e c i
"Ith fl n'n !:1of :!l.-r-
those in ti r-e- aurant hat he had
jt;stL arrlv-d fr,:im Pensacola. and wa .' i i- '
S can t:, Ri'),,n Ex:rac's i.! nih :;v.r. This remark can -, a, t, pr','"" :l h l, ., p
: -x I ..:: fla ':- :, Vana :- a pl'-c, to t-k de-1 ertew in short orde.. : .: ,i .
l S :-. ,- I'in, a;,p,... Banana and thr c-; hcailh officer was inrrr:- .-t.x ::Ilw ;S sh!:1 ; *S)-:
(,r'.i-,, l<,f the m aineor at once. .4 'i,. tl i Tn i in!t. I 'irc,-'s.,I v.,'
Tie pollee station was communicate
LAUNDR NOTICE. n ;th at once, and Officer Harry Hall ;,, O:d, -,.:. i::l:i.;' -a '
Ow!np. to b. s ar,-'y ')! col.-c-:iors vwent to the re :'aurant and placcd h, '' ,, o .' '
an: ', "-c.t M"r W alker Ing- Ranisauer tidt-r arrest on th? chai- .'1 I. ;:lof '",
ra, .in tr )*l ' y i i i- ne esary to of disorderly con&t.ie. hy circulain '' 1 ,
.1' 'h.- h" s'.-;. on a (ash bacl. icllse reports regairding contag'ous d:s- ,
'on l )hIv cl-'on r- a ". hl rehb not *-as s. The case was called' f.r tria ' '''' '
f. 1 !ha: m,: i '. : Ist 'ef at hom : the municipal court this nicrni;ng. nit- tiffIC I
',. nav d,.Ivv mTan or package w!,; M-s. A. M. Beck said that Ram-saver I n lo -a y .I crr. rp,,nO-
b ro:'ught a' ,ak to :aia nd-y office. came into the restaurant and Sc-e.Ied -. a in- ; '- N- nce'; ti"' ,
STAR I.LAUNDRY, ') bh -- .ir-what under the influence of -.: ri:l : st l, .s .: 'i'
5-.nt -w fly H J Mackey. 'q-cor- \i:-l o In tle place he sta- 1. ,. ',v.',e. wit ia.,'-..
Iihia: h-- h-i just co),xe from PenLsi. tla 1 t tt w n I "I: il -
low ra ,- :at So,:hiern Ho'el fr nd l (was ill vith fever now. Dr. F. D n nde 1 '.- gardeningz i who
rot.tmts alt.i iatrd. MAler. city health officer, andi Ch>1 r"'-' u garhenint
S a:-!!ir:" t ln p'actor Briaz,'l wer-" :. o! d e u d '
You Are Welcome Here. linosd a-,inst te defendant and a' fr s' :e:'. act
saaid that they h-ld learned that Izam -T (A lt i thidi a,.,
( m e t i. -n an d ant e.-.ape :,.:er had no' been out ot the city for v i .r six hun,,!r f, l ; ,in :"; ii
Ye-,,v F,-. r. The Hotcl C ,he.ter- ',cral ror.nh,. Ra-rsa,.r said rT* t i ('tt tnr i X n
f,.1 ', New -i.nrr. i 1 Mrch.. on An-, h I n reoller'on of' v-r making S; un contra w t va;is
crh>r 11ri oti'n >n aun:t:er and win:er stam,. nn charged a gains 11!, n w'.: a r ,at i
I- :i;h:f1l ', : .an: I fishing, Rea-' .; .i ]iialynski Inpressed upon th'. .xt cl I tr to t A- -
I h n:k::- anI fi-,ing. "Rh,1)',o ,l nn-,o rrttn it clari !ch < izati nll in ..A iw r
s i;t It 4d 'i :lt ,:.- ,n.'r ;he seriousness ot silch idlei da : h Dr, o l l -h )Ie
C.. .A.iONTETTE. Prop. :all. and the harm that may re.su :. v ,r)a". p sots s.r init hi s
'ot efrorn. Ram-.auer wtas fied $d5. "b proper sx'.urity can i on)-
'it T ofro. a auer was fid $25.pai. tined for such adv-anees. and by co-
v hch he promptly paid. operation with such organization ou.
4' "U attire Cau ef Inn inmigranls vould contle not oni- well
Cause of Insomnia. equlppe,' for the ba;tie of life but we
SIr.- estion nearly always disturb, could thus have assurances o(f tle;r
the sleep mor- or less and Is often moral status, as onlygooda pe(o)ic could
the cause of insomnia. Many case-. secure the endorsement an astist-
have been permanently cured by ance of such organization.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver The Italians.
Tablets. r or sale by all druggists. Ihe Italans.
Tabs. r sale by all drugsts. I also had a conference with an Ital-
ian priest seeking like oppor'uniti-s
iOPENIN0G OF liE fo r his people from the north of Italy,
? who are said to be the finest gardners
SCHOOL n the world. hut who must have some.
S:LA S ImAL, L help in the matter of securing a home.
If the legislature would appropriate
$25.000 to be expended for suitable
At a meeting of the advisory board land. ana' to make contracts with hon-
of tle Pensacola Classical School held est and capable agents, five or six hun.
t f Sept. 25, 1905, it was founa'advisable to dred families should be secured the'
p A postpone the onenin# of the cominir first season _and ii th ,., ......-
ONE-PJECE FROCK FOR THE LITTLE MAID.
Wash frocks of heavy linen arc inT
high esteem for the nursery foks :h,'
year around, he changes n'ce-sar.y
*or warmth when the weather beut ,.oites
'-Ad being effected in the un-erwea,.
Sbreoad box-eoat pases down the
centre front and ontre bak., the shoul-
or seams in both portion~ being oc-
':nmied with deep outward turning s!d ?
'cats the outer one being arranged to
-*: a.l over the armsize ana' cover
"he s:.e-ve top a trifle. A broad flare
Sthe, sie seam shapes the skirt; and
the, peas are heavily pressed
throughout. so that they hold their
shape The sleeve Is a shirt shape,
with a little but'on-over band at the
wrist. and there is a narrow-shaped
. o:lar band at the throat. A stitched
bel: of the linen is loosely passed
aroun.a' the hips and drawn through a
:inen-comered buckle in front.
]r- ~*--r ..... .... .-- "t n.s.. vu -in *ewsuu, an il l illian tenll sVll
seFsson until mare favorable condl- the state would not only be reimburs-
tions prevail. ed, 'but its taxable values would 'be so
H. MILAY ARMSTRONG. enhanced as to show a large margin
Principal. on the credit si :e.
There are many matters of detail
S Ten Lom Words. connected with this proposition, which
A correspondent wants to know If can and must be arranged as they con-
the telegraph companies would send front the promoters of this scheme.
the following ten words, which, he be easily brushnodiffed asidwhchcann
says. are the ten largest words in the
language, at the regular rates for ten
words: Valetudinarianism, subconsti- THREE JURORS CURED
tntionallst, incomprehensibility, philo- Cholera Morbus with One Small
progeniveness honoriflcibilltdlnit'y, OfCho Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
anthropophagenenarlan, disproportion.-!Cholera anld Diarrhoea Rem-
ableness, veloclpedestrnnstical. tra edy.
substantlattonablenes, proantitransub. G. e
a nenith e can easily And out i Ala.. relates an experience he had
by while serving on a perit jury in a'
murder case at Edwardsvllle, county
seat of Clebourne county. Alabama.
USEFUL DISCOVERIES. l He says: "While there I ate sorret
fresh meat a.nd some soti
They Create the Most Talk. severe form. I was never more sick
In my life and sent to the drug store
It is not always the greatest, most for a certain cholera mixture, but the
i startling discoveries of science that druggist sent me a bottle o' Chamber-
are most useful to the human race. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea:
Comparatively few people were d!- Remedy Instead. saying that. .e had;
rectly interested in Herschel's finding what I sent for, but that this medicine
of the new planet Uranus, but many was so much better he would rather'
thousands have been benefited by send it to Tme in the fix I was In. 1
Prof. Unna's experiments, which took one dose of it and was curej In
proved beyond a question that Dan- Jve minutes. The second dise cu--
druff and Baldness are the results of "1 me entirely. Two fellow jurors
the inroads of a parasitic germ which were afflicted in the same manner
invades the roots of the hair. and one small bottle cured the three
The discovery of the true cause of of us." For sale by all druggists.
r baldness made Newbro s Herpiclile
possible. Herpicide effectually kills To Open Dancing Scnool. j
this germ. Destroy the cause you r-I Miss Louise Dooley will open her
move the effect. I dancing school Thursday evening.
For sale by W. A. LTAlemberte, September 28th, at C. K. of A. Hall.
druggist and apothecary, 121 South,
Palafox Street. or send lec in stamps: Low rates at Southern Hotel far,'
.to The Herpicide Co., Detroit. Mich. i rooms and board. i
It has saved the lives cf th: *':-:.s of weak. sick women. and
has rescued thousands of others from a mela-chcly l:.etinre cf
chronic invalidism. It will cure you. if you w:!l only g-ve it a chance.
Sold at every drug store in $ 1.00 bottles. Try it.
WRITE US A LrTTER
freely and frankly, in strictest confi-
Oence. telling us all your troubles.
Wo vtil send Free Advice (in plain,
Walked envelope). Address: Ladies'
Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga
tadidne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
GAVE UP SUPPORTER
"I ',-c a -,:; 'l-rter for e-ars., for
my o;it-1, w- .!i hid crowded eecry-
thin;i d,. J lbet're write-, Mr.. S. J.
Chirimiian. of inns t i -. N.Y. "I -';f-
ifred unt-ld m!-or- .ai d -)-r! arJly
walk. After ta.ikig -Cirdiu I Ki1 e up
my supp rter and c-.in now be on my
feet half a daiy at a t:mr.e."
Get the Best of You,
but get the best of it.
Supply yourself with
ample fumigation necessities, su:h as
Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,
or with necessary preventatives,
Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.
THE EIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J ___ II_ -
I R99 N BED 9S A0 R99**99Q.Q
They are easy to
give the roo:n thu
tiem in white,
108,110 S. Palafox St.
S p c Inc -t" i' ." : p e t "T "
la,. gr':, i n-, ai- an,.' i. 'tl u i ,i -
ON & QUINA,
Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
WRITE FOR RATES.
WILL E. MAXWLL.
S DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR
At this time f the year there Is a great deal of malaria &nd chills and fever.
As a positive preventative try
LEWIS' ANTI-MALARIA AND CHILL CURE
IT CURES TO STAY CURED.
Sold at all drug Stores or at
LEWIS CO., Wholeale Druggists, East Government Street
3MX 1 a0 04J0J-,j'j-
Clean--, T~ ,;p~/f (
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER Ze, iyo
WAGE f A&W
The Journals Classtfied Casn Advertisements
O99* m*t--orWad e N avert e n teafxle s than -29. A iPW69t* rates ao/ cI month th.
I ^#In roke Cal,& TAY VA aggggga
Let your "rent
a home of your
We Can Start You Right
Pensacola Investment Co.
Ai. OL MPp aft Ne Uau...
W. L SEDWM n. ldl L L5. 5^ Sw4p, y
LLRA. J S.SE5Td ..nhidS. 4 .u5na. viz sits.Treasurer.
NowEwsd eopMWb f AwI*
215 S~uttm P010ftx Stiest, Pensacola, Florida.
4w uL'u r'O M& L.S. BROWN & Co BU walter s. liootoo,i A. fli l &' dw
WeeklyPayments Real Estate e-na Dealer I a .d Dealers in
Of $1 mn WfIL PROPER icycle s, s ri LUMBER. LATHS.SAWED LPRE
Of $. Only $1450.00-- room new cottage on BicycleDRIED SAPS.
SI Hill, built for a home, near car line, ttint. .. 'H- -
No Taxes! No Interest! south front, la! 4 | i I NW and ItgS. THE- -
This offer is made to clerks, car-
penters, baymen, hackmen, or to any
one who has the desire to grasp an
opportunity that they may never nave
again. Suppose I ask you this ques-
tion: HOW MUCH do you unneces-
sarily spend each week for which you
have nothing to show? To form a
basis from which to illustrate, we Will
Suppose you pay that $1.00 to me
each week and in a few months aou
will be an owner of real ,state. Think
of it. Here is the chance of your ilte!
Call and see me.
Office Cor. Romana and Palafox Ets.
Phone 5bb. -1-1
FOR SALE.-Household furniture
cheap. 615 East LaRua.St. 26sept.
-FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful
W ANTED D AI CT T country home on Reservation; gool1
LEAL ELSITIA fishing; good garden; good water and
We want the public to remember that plenty wood. Will sell cheap for cash
we are back at our old staad on Ba9 t or rent reasonable. Apply F. N. How.
Government street, and selling gro- [OAD C A I ell, Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, 1fos
series and produce cheaper than anyFOR SALL 36. l5sept.lm*
cther firm in Pensacola. We mean CHICKEN WHEAT produces
what we say. Geo. W. P r 707. 7 room dwelling, west Garden. 3 lots, Makes fowls especially well ftavmred
4 .P pt. * ** *................. ....$1400. The cheapest food to be found. P. &L
Ia prepared to furnish th char- 3 houses, renting 318.00 per month Mellon & Co.. Phone 234. lost
l n any quantity, as I wi always ** ......** ** *. ................. $1600. FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room
hae a car load o hand Will del- houses (new) renting $21.00 per house and 120 acres of good luEither to-
er say amount from 4 bushels "p. month................ located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to--
Wagons on the street daily. When ". gather or separately. Terms reason-
vym want charcoal listen for the fog 4 room house, renting $7.00..$ 00. able. House may be rented tempor-
horn. Vucovich Coal Yard, Geo. Vueo- early. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's of-
vich. Prop. 17soct. Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00 fice. 3 sept.
vich. Prp per month.. .. ............ S 750
WANTED.- To rent five or six roaom... $750. FOR SALE.-TIam Florida State Agent
cottage, either on North or West For Rent. for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
j tll. Mut have all modern convene. I Vault Fixtures of all descriptions
ences. Address P. 0. Box 464, City. 7 room manufactured by Alpine Safe ani
ee. Address P. Box 464, Couse, 9 E. Strong.... $1.50 Lock Company of Cilcinaati, Ohio.
WANT .-Wet 5 house. 41 ulllemard 10.00 Communicate with me for prices and
W NT sD.- e ctan to-datem antaomhouse, 418 Guillemad10.00terms before buying elsewhere. S ear-
hofew guests at an up-to-date mount good 6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.00 'tt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
ter; moderate rates. Address F. D. List your real estate with me for 28june.
Cunningham, Buena Vista, Va. sale. FOR SAME--Soda fountain, stock or
16beptlm* I confectioneries and cigars, located
PLUTOI PLUTO! Rents collected' and prompt returns on Palafox street. Can be had at bar-
Keep your system in good condition made. gain if purchased at once. Apply Es-
and you need not fear any disease. cambia Realty Co. 15aug.
Pluto, cte gre.t stomach healer, for I K lOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cen
sale, wholesale and retail, by Ja LESLIE BROO S, per hundred. Good for wrapping
McHugh paper and to put under matting. AU ll
WANTED.-To rent or buy improved 20-4" S. Palafox St, Fisher Building. clean and nice. Journal office.
place, not more than 8 miles north -- -
or northwest of Pensacola, with 15 to Do you value your health? If ao,
25 acres of land in cultivation. a -I H6ELP WANTED ,use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
tine Hutto. ]Holts, Fla. liepilm* -------- .---. and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
KING & HUAL. contracting painters WAN'TED.-FIrst-class lumber book- Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop- aug 30
ard decorators. Fine varnishing keeper and general office man open We have beeu with you in Pensaco-
pnd t'nishing Sign painting a spe for position October Ist. Address la since 1874, and still Intend to stay
cta;y. Re ideace phone 249. 29aug. Bookkeopetr. care Journal 26ceptlw* 'ith you and serve you with the best
Mrs. laura W. Creary will resume W.ANTED.-Experienced man to dress et pof groceries. NewatOrleans Groery
agenT for the Winona mills hisiery, mill rock. Must be well recommen'- Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20
ind solicits the patronage of all form- ed. Phone 4S7. Charles Earle Currie
er customers. If interested in good & Co. 26sept. FOR SALE.-Completely furnished I
bosiery send posta. card and she will house, corner Gadsd.n St. and 7th 4
call with samples, or phone 147. IWANTED.-Lady or gentleman of fair avenue. Beautiful hom-e. Must be F
27auglm" 1edutation to travel for firm of $230,- cold at once-a bargain. Marion Clut-
ANTE-o to now thatyoltal. Slary $1072 per year, t. 20septlw, S
WA-NTI"KD-Thou to know that you raYable weekly. lIfpenri-es advanced.
buy e clean old papers at is Addrss G. G. Clws, Pensacoa, FlaFOR SALE--One lot of fine show g
DO tO wat e. a WANTE.-Tw ; cases, especially adapted for mli
DOliOtlwast at buyO riU woaderS rWANTED.-Two ,good white or col- liuery purposes or for drug store,
As t e want Aill brig widest l ore' meno with horse and wagon to also one lot of counters and fine
SB se:. charcoal; good money for hur- French plate glass mirrors. E. L.
61D -y Tlt*r...- .n.n .but *a -u pi- y 10ea-_- .Ile QUltU L aife. I ."-_
WANTED.-Everybody to know that
caur Blend of Coffee may be Imitated
but can't be equaled. New Orleans
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop.
k..... --.-p u .umrs, neea apply Reese, 11 Soutu l i aiatoxj. lep
App;y Vucovich Coal Yards, on Al-
caFiz and Garden. **ser3t FOR SAIA-At a aurlflem, turature
-- a Gadn torore, stock and accounts. Call at
WANTED.---Good cook. Apply at 43 18-140 E. Intendencia. Sjim
East Gregory. 23sept2w-ORSA -OoCoce ock on
FOR SALE-One Cho!ce bleek on top
H A of tae ridge east of the electric
WAN D.-The public to know that NTED-Hotel cook:olor boy torailway, between 7th and 8th streets.
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of cook in a small hotel, good salary; Nature has favored this section and it
Fiorida. New Orleans Grocery Co.. answer quick, for Chip'ey Hotel. Chip- cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
'sA. McHugh. Prop. aug20 a. 19sept.
WANTED.-The Mereaatas Transfer WANTED.-All young persons won PLUTO! PLUTO!
Co. wants your moving and hauling, are good stenographer or book- Keep your system in good condition
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor. keepers. that are seeking positions cr and you need not fear any disease.
aea. Prop. Phone 97b. ISjunelm. Promotion, to register with us imm.?- Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
diately. We can secure you good pos- sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.
We want everybody to know that we ions. We are having more calls McHugh.
are wholesale and retail grocers and daily thai w( can ng'v reIt lca
stUi at the old stand. New Orleans vou othajn wcan suppMv. It will co' F1OR SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
otilry Co, Jas. Mcn.ugh, Prop.l & Munro :o ogister with us. Moux old Berkshire herd toar. Duke af
Grocery Co., Ja. Prop. & unro Proprietors, rhe Moble FlordaNo. 68,923. Also a ome fine
Bunes l Colge, No. 62-64 N. Royal young pigs. 1 six-montas-old boar, all
WANTOD-Tour electric work of al S.. Mole. Ala 15septlm* registered and transferred. Carl Set-
kinds. L as clean your tans, re WANTED.-Agents make 16 daily sell- ter:lnd, Chipley, Fla. Is17y
pair your dynamo, o your wiring etc. in the cheapest and most perfect FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New
Fbone 570. Pensacola Electri Co.n Water Filter ever invented. tietails City. TractNo.312. For cash $600.
une lm at 32.00. Big profit. Exclusive terr- Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court House.
tortn Se neca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. lag
WANTW"D-aul1ag and transfer 12ept l0t*
work. OAoe phone 363. Resiadene W .PED.Tr FOR SALE--Kill the germs of fever-
o 350. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. Xustworthy man to man- order a barrel of slack lime to-day.
Tarrago a. 25mch age branch office and distributing do Phone 367. 4auglm
pet for large manufacture-r. Salary to
ART M wo wat to reat houea, start with. $1500 frst year, and extra FOR SALE.-My residence on aist
eam s or Saythlag else for tast commissions and expenses. Applicant Hill, either including whole blo-ck
matt. w Sad The J oraS Waat must have good references and $1000 of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
Ada a art d. cash, capital secured, xperlence un. quarter block of five lots. Apply at
Necessary. Address "Manufacturer,, my office, Thiesen Building for furth-
WAN TD-Oirsor ffor The Journal 21 West Atwater St, Detroit Mich' er particulars. C. W. Hagermna.
00" .l POMaaoola sad Pam Caa U.. ... .. 24auglm.
awU tala alf-tmo pictures of city WANTED-The people of Pensacola 00 TO TORTON or all asies u lms.
bafor ead special seenes. 165 eat to cease worrying. Let The Journal Cameras loaded and unloaded fre
eeto orders at Journal olee I, Want Ads soive the problem for yoa rft charge Ho makes bea photos
ITThey are expert detectives, and can -rawh ia he soath. I yoars a alee
W.a T.. -- _Corn, M 8 inJ the man you are looking for it ,r.- 18Ja
war" .1 us ed ew Oet ou he is included ia the n5,60 or o@ -O.a' .
tow shipme"Uts solicited. Write people which makes the puoa oF O lksOR SAL-1-rom n bootime ra
Fr. S Melsa &O. C0marchim prensacola lot. blocks from Palata t na
A--. hING M gaes 192 eam car dne For particulars ti
a R e waste moag WANTED-Agents in di lrest oun* quire of Standard Clothing Co.
ad ba e guarants break- u ties in Florida to handle Alpine Sale 29 Jan.
age. se SWand Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proow
S OONX-i[aAD UjMMITUR. Boue Safes and Vault Fixtue of every FOR SALL .-Two pair extra niae
held Articles. Jewelry and any sale description. Write me for terms. young mule, sound and in gocd
able Artkte wanted. We pay cash Scarritt Moreno. Pensacola. Fla., For- condition. Also one 2-orse Staud~
for t. Address P. O. B0 S (, CiSty. ida State Aeat uSM baker wagon.W. S. Garteld. 4Js3e
lodes SBAY HOTEL-Open nlght aad day. GROW GINSENG. Large profits.
THM RENTAL BU&8t is ot V re a pla h. Rooms llght aad Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
specialty and you busltes wil elmea. Translent trade solleted. SS. Write today for literature. Bucking.
have ear l *att5 U le Wle 579 South Palatem JoB. & Nicola, ham's Ginseng Garden. Zanesviile, 0.
am* &O. raw. 1T. laug3mos.
$8000.00-For a very desirable corner
on Reuas and Cevantes besides the
large vacant corner; there's practi-
cally a new house on it renting for
$15.00 per month. This is worth
$760.00-3 rooms and hall, new: nicely
painteft and hard oiled; 3 lots on
corner, overlooking the bay.
$26,000.00 to loan In large or small
L.S. BROWN & Co
200 Theisen Bld'g
"WE SELL LOTS"
FOR SALE.-Shingles and Wood fo.*
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'.j
Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf.
FOR SAL --Satl boat for sale cheap;
18 ft. long; good condition. Apply to
Dan Saccaro, at Sagari's bath house.
FOR SALE-South ha'f block 211,
fronting 400 leet on 13th street, by
137% feet on Bay Viewiv Park; also
south half of block 2r2, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 137!,2 feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin-
ing Bay 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
FOR SAL*-Second-hana cash regis.
ter in perfect condition. Will s'l
cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can
be seen at James McHugh's 22mda
FOR RENT.-4Flve room cottage with
bath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes, two
blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septim*I
FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner
Hayne and Wriglht streets. Apply
W. S. Garfield. 27aug.
FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block out-
side city limits on county hard
road, with six room house; wind mill;
water pipes in yard and all through
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
M. McClellan, at First National Bank,
FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner
Hayne and Belmont streets. 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,
13 S. Palafox street. 7june
'OR RENT-Twenty-room aouse, cor.
ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
Suitable for boarding house. Apply
o Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 21,3 ast Zarra.
Money to Loan.
MONEY TO LOAN-In large or small
amounts on real estate, plain or en-
dorsed notes. Prompt service. L. S.
Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen building.
MONET TO LMND--On gooe rea as
tate security, or on good collateral,
at lowest rates. Leslie Broos. I
Fisher buUding. 1Jau
SMONeY -OANED oa mSAay aad a
klnAs of personal property. Pahabe "
weekly or moatly. Whao you noeed
oaey. see me. J. A. Wilac 22A W i
4 Lots on northwest corner of
Romana and "C" streets...... $775
Northwest quarter of block 189,
West King tract..............$125
10 Lots in block 48, West King
tract .. . ...... ...... 5S00
11 Lots on car line in block 9,
West King tract $680
Real Estate Agency
206 South Palafox Street,
Board and Rooms.
A few boar'ers wanted at 318 W. Del-
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
rooms, near business center and on
car line. For further information
ring Phones 368 anal 84' 5 Elngs.
ROOMS AND BOARD--everal large
rooms for rent with or without board
directly on water front, suitable for
light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret-
tinger, Fishervllle. Phone 933.
AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Antt.
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You need it at
,his time of the year. On sale at all
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., t'ast
Government street. Price, 50c.
I worked at this 14 years in Mobile
Aia. I will satisfy you ir price andi
quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244,
Rast Gregory St., Pensacola.
REGULAR MAIL LINZ--Good convey.
ance for traveling public. Daily ser-
vice each way. From ChIpley to Bay-
head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Ch'pley,
REAL ESTATE In all parts of
You buy the ground and we
build your house on long ttme
ments D. Hale Wilson & C
TAILORING--K L Diamold, Tanler.
Gent', clothing cl emed, pressed and
repair d on short notice No.
West Government t, PeensaWola. im
FOR ONE DOLLAR AND PpITY
CENTS per head, we will haul out
dead horses, cows, et. Leave orders
at, 136 Kast Intendencia. Herrlng
J. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South
Palatox street. Orders taken for
tents, awnings, camp stools and house
cots, etc. Prices reasonable. 31)a
[LOST.' STRAYED OR STOLEN-On"
white bull terrier. Return to Jno.
White's store or 417 E. Gregorv anal
CYCLES FOR RENT.
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type
writers, Guns. Pistols Locks and Urn.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors. Knives,
Most complete line d keys in the
Try Hooton's Messenger Service
when in a hurry to send messages.
12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this
t'ody on the first and third Pednes-
jays of each month at 7:30 p. a. All
delegates are requested to be press
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. L. DNLAY, President.
Pensacola Lodge No 3. K. of P..
wets every Monday evening at 8:M
o lock at l Caste Hal t. Boat
Watson buildiig, corner Palafox and
Garden streets Visiting brethren ea
diAUy welcome t.
J. H. BREWTON, 0. C.
RL. ORBSLM. LK of R. & ,
KRathbone lodge No
S10 K. of P., ai every
TIqrsday evening at 8:00
o'clock nla ther Ca
ha I. third floer. Blouan
Wotkot buildlag,. south
weit corner Palatfo and
Garden treets ViitaSg kiathts *A'
-orcall wacoi d
S& CBRUTI C QC.
C. J. Levy. K. of IL &
Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of Columbse
are hold at their hall.
No. 8 West Intendeos
cis street. on every
Monday evening a
7:30 o'clock. An Ia
aviation Is Utoando
to visiting Knights.
JOkN B. JON8S.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
Wa Ldge No. 4, L o 0 p.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L 0. 0.
mets every Thursday evetain at 7:31
at the new hall on West mGari,
street Vlistings brethren eordia'
invited. T. 0G. STINSON,
B. R WITKOVSKI, Secroet y.
Naomi Lodgeo o 10, Rebeokah o
terms meets every Monday nalht
I o'clock in L 0. 0. F. mBa. Vli
Citing sisters cordially Invited to
present. MRS. 8. DeTHAYER.
MISS MAMIE FREEMAN. Secretary
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets firs: an(
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p
m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West laten
A. G FL, Pre.
J. L. SWEENEY See.
Ltve Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W
meets In Pythian Hall let and Sr
Wetnesdays in each month. VisitiU
soverelgns cordially Invited.
F. A. BOflHICH. C. C
LRBLIE I. BROOX.. Clerk,
W. 0. W. C., Oak GOrae, No. 4.
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursda-
of each mwrath at 3:30 p. m., 3rd floor
Wattson building, southwest corner
Palatox and Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordially invitd. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen.
California and Northwest
Chicago. Omaha. Sr' Lois and Kansas
City is the
and connections, with through sleept n
One-way colonist rates on sale from
September 15th to Or'br :ils'. 1906
To Caiifornia. Oregou, Washington.
Montana. Utrah etc
Special round trip raes to Califor.
nia and ;,h< L wis & ('larik Expos.
tion at Portland. Oregon. until Sep.
Ask for through rate from your
station and secure literature. In-.
formation freely given
J. F. VAN RENSSEIAR,
13 PeachtreS. St. Atlant. Ga.
G. W. ELY. T. P. A.
Pefmlla, St. amews adM
loff Stom- p G.,
W. G. BARAOW, Master.
jIRST-CLASS Paiisa kR AZND
FREIGHT Afit VICE
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACHI.
COLA, CARRABELL, ST. AN^
And all points on St. Andrews Bay
Carrabe'le and Apala.,hicoa.
Leave Penaicoia Sunda*, 8:3 1:
S. for Mobile. Ala.
Leave Pensacula. Taesda) 8:2 0
m., for St. Anuiews, MilvlI.e Ape.
lacnlcola, Carrabelle and Lato-iiedt
For additional i;fo:'marion apvIy t
J. R. & AUNDkRS,
3. R. COBB, Prss4dL
Gen F:-t. and Pass. Ag:
THROUGH SLEEPESIN al.DAY COACHES
NEW ORLEANS TO CHIMI"
DOING CARS SERViNG U. U09S CMe EuTVv
LUL.IIUAAN, 4L A- LUL 208M PA&
Georgia, Fbida and Alabama Railway c.
Carrahelle, Tallahassee and Gorgia Railroad 0C.
Schedule Taking Effect May 6, 1905.
Q Government tree. Ballsbury bulidinu, receive reward. 24sept.
LOST.-Silk umbrella with silver Southbound No. 1
!MONI LOAANAJ oa ngood4 ream mounted handle, on belt car line
tate security t amount. L Thursday. Reward for return to John Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.m
Iwoa Wilson & C 0V hbite's store or 423 East Gregory St. Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45a.m
aug0 2sept3t. Lv Cuthbert.. ..........7: 0a.m
MONEY LOANED on ail kinds of pes Lv Arlington. ..... 9:. 10a.m
sooal property on short notice LO)ST-White Setter Puppy, left ear Lv Bainbridge.. ........ 11:00a.m
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs lemon colored, right ear speckeled Ar Tallanassee.... .......12:55p.m
28% South Palatox St., Phone 1144 lemon and white; name Trixie. Re Lv Tallahasee (S. A. L. RIy) 1:53p m
Snov ward for return to 1. W. Caro, 11 W. Ar Jack'ville, (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m
UNLIMITD amount of moay o oa Goverment 22sept Lv Tallahassee .... .... 2:00p.m
Sa lla erMon al Property Lv SochopPY-.... ** ** ..3:14p.m
pecial rat- to bustessM ma0 on large LOST-Maltese Angora Kitten near- L- ILanark.. .... .. 3:45p.m
cg~ n The New York Loaa Ca., 24% ly grown Reward for return to 811 Lv Carrabelle .. .. ...... 4:00p.m
goutb Palatos E. LaRua St. 19sent Ar Apalachicola.. .. ..... 7:00p.mn
4sma *PALWfO She.. GIVE YOUR HAULING TO Northbnd
402 PALAFOX ST. No. 2
MONUT TO A)A ON IAMOND Int T0f o Lv Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 6:30a.
WaesmC, Can srlz s and allll m lechn os fDSIr 00. Lv Carrabelle..........:0a.
of collatsal security at lowest rate of Lv Lanark ......... 11:45a.m
uterest. Barga a In unredeemd i Thor. I. Tnorc:n Prop. Lv Sopchoppy.. .. .... :lp.m
s ledg. rr h.. ..... 1: 30pvl
FOUND-One pointer dog; owner can
have same by proving property and
paying expense incurred. Apply
Wicke & Co. 22septlw*
WANTED.-My patrons to know thal
my school will open at the same
.lace as heretofore, as soon a." the yel
-w fever situation will perinit. Miss
Pattie Holden. 24sept.
HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION A Jakie(. A. L. Ry.)..
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. 1, Ry.)..
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO A 'p alahasee(S.A.LRy.)..
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT. i Lv Tallahassee..........
A E .D O Lv Bainbridge.. .......
PHONE 978. Ar Arlington.... .. .. .....
P. 0. OX, .Lv Cuthbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.) ..
P. O. COX 7.. Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.)..
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Oa. Ry.)..
NOTICE: :-Trains *Ae. 5
F. M. WILLIAMS, of Shotwell Street, Brainbri
| CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Tickets for Train 5, leeav
i Ofce. Brosaabam building, next en sale at the ofMe of the Cal
'to Pensacola Business College. *Train No. 6 will step 35
i Prompt attectioA always given W. M. LEGG, I. C.
I to husine P'qarci!s Wil' General Manager.
6and 6 will
No. 5 No.3
-........ .. ..
........ .. .* a
4:00a.m ........ ......
10 50am ........ ..
8:00a.m 8 15a-m 8:50pB
10:00a.m 9:29arm 9:56p.a
10:45a.m 10:05a.mn 10:26p.M
........ 10:15a.m 10:35pa
No. 38 No. 6 NO. 4
2:00p.m 6:00p.m 4.30a!
2:20p.m *6:45p.m 4:45Lm
3:14p.m 7 21prm 5:1Sa.
5:00p.m 8:35p.m 6:20a.m
4:00p.m ........ .......
6:35a.m 8:45p.m ;-3. M
8:27a.m Ar 10:25pom 8:27a.=
10-16a.m ........ 10:16a.M
11:55a.m ........ Ar 11:35.s
4:35p.m ........ 4:35azo
7:55p.m ........ 7:55.a
depart from, and arrive at, foee
Mg Salnbrdge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
lahan Grocery Company.
minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
SNIPES. E. 0. ALSTON,
'rav. Pass Agt. Gen'l Paes Agl
To-day is the Day!
The man who fails is the man who puts oft
Don't Lose Your Start.
Bgin now to buy a home.
money" go toward getting
.... r -- -
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUEIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 19Uo
SA HEALTHY RECORD
I HAS PENSACOLA
A Dollar's Worth for a $1Sl
in the b r-a'mn nt of our
We Make Trade by
God Goods at
AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER ONLY
EQUAL TO WHAT MOBILE HAS
IN ONE WEEK.
Pensacola. Fla., Snpt. 25, 1905.
E'dii')r PenL-acoia JuOdrta.:
\While we have .eii'. fever in ,-;ir
ri,. d-:. and a num ',r ): dl : s avx,
.rtu e I the r.r;- P. ls. *o.a -
h record 1o( i; t-) y a:
'"\ i; ; t (" t.
* : -:., ... T ak, :h, ...1i f..r t:,e
'i;;.; ; ii; t'e il : .. .5 ali '. ;'n r* ",i >v
Past Thrte Mo"ts.
S.. ', . :t.
1 i'D : .Iere f-i 1; "tie' 1,,T. i
John White *,.
"- W -l 1it,,j ;.v a .' .' ( a. ,T,
Outfitter to Men and Boys .r :. an, three .t'. :,<,)in. m aii a
205-207 S. Palafox. '.- eM:i_ **1,r aone ea t..
1, D' all na *>ai (aUse- in the (ci'..,
Frnonc 225. ,w ich .s in :-elf a :''.irkab.e re;ord
ot a cit:h, h. ize ,f 1' n..aeta
in Atit;iins :h. s ,win. ii s;.:: hb t-
thr "eu +ie ;, n-- eh. aii I da oi" < of : I
Why Go Down Town for l'-" r o p'r 'a, re bir'o, -.
wt s:h:il horns leaving but forte n
SRI eaThs, or a '"ti'- ies.- thhan one fur
% ve -ry two da-,1 for th e entire c:'y.
NI ow. &L 'a s (')itl :o0 t pten":)er. t.e
G R O U I XI A pE-present month, with ill o'ir exeitemcnt
arnd flurry albtont yellow fever. I'p t)o
th( present time there has been hott
taeanv-five davs an; v,,t of th:so
twenty-four ,Iathi '-'r, "4re two sti!
SPE L 'i.)rnsi and one ac, i ; *i. .ss than one
*"'" d""(leath per day. Tha" i- remarkabIle
showing for a healthy city at any
C NME AND SEE US time. say nothing of oni afflicted wita
SU the presence of yellow f. ver. Had it
not been for yellow f-' ."r th deatA
ra e for this month woil have lbeen
FWESH FLORIDA SYRUP, 60c per remarkably low. much less than :t
galon. 1as been to my kn'-wled.ge in th'"
OOOLEY YAM 'POTATOES, $1.00 history of the city i r the sam'-
pr bushel. month in any pr vious -ear. ,
112 lbs. FULL PATENT FLOUR, 35 Compared With Mobile.
j s According t0o tae p'l!.lished state-
men' in the Mo',:'" Reozlser a few
GOOO HAMS. 12 cents per pound. Ian, ago that ci i ne weeok had
DAISY BRAND BACONS, 12 cents ", deaths, white. ani 15 color.
per pound. deaths, making thirty-eihtt deaths in
ONE DOZEN CANS TOMATOES, one single week with o'..y double the
85 cents., population of Pensar(oli. Thus. we
1ee that Mobile ha.- early as many
deaths in one week as we have h bi
for the months of Au'is: ani S., p-
A Otber Goods in Proportion. ember to date.
Mobile claims to be having go(d;
health over there, while we do rot de-
ny that we have y.ol.ow fever. This is;
We also carry a full a e of Shoes. a powerful argumieti :,'t Pensaco.la,
20 pJr Cent Off 0n all Ui:h all of her ytveow fever. is f.:-"
more healthful than 'h(e .:t of Mobhl.
Shoes to-day. wit- all of their !boa-:+ed healihf;i-
ness. This :s an argi.u:.ent in fao-'
of Pensacola tha: our Ipopie shotulJ
no, fail to reirn tml r. ii, which :hey
East Hill Gro. CoI. C !.S
Cor. Bayne and Gadsden Sts., Mayr ,'ef Psacla.
MPHON 212. FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
Thc fet:ne -if n:per. I ng doom in
-- 'tb. .ids : niany victims o' BrC gh".
di :.s'e and i;ahbeos ba:.,(-beei chang-
ProiesSional Directory e 'h-l',s ba th bt'ne'lt i-
f. riv ,ronm Taking Fol., s Kidne,
SC :' It :1: cure in(.pient B:icht ',
PATTILLO CAMPBELL, aees a vn in tO worA Taw
gA v( comfort and relief Slih: ,lis-
Attorncy-atLaw. ornitrs a:-e cured in a fe, days I
Itemn 405 Thiesen Bulding. haid diabe'e, in :ts wor. trm "write
---- -on Lee of l)in eD'1 t I;,. "1
THOS. PEBLEY, r, "'.2 eht a,):s'ns 'lh rei.-f. v
"e* t' A;,,:. ,',^. o: r.,i!y's KiO.nv Cur-'
LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND I;, ~. a "ei. man" T W. A
COLLECTIONS DAlmtA-n rte. l)rug.st and Apotte
PALAFOX AND ROMAN. cary.
J. P. STOKES,
AtorneyandCouns-llor at Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.
R*e om 3C Thiescn B id. Phone 734,
WELSH & SMITH,
Fldher Bui'c,'-g "204- South Palatox
JNe 3. 3. TALLER,
Cb awpan i me.
There are twno p'- -Tliarilties about
cbamp,-'ne dl"inklng whieh are capable
of *-xpii:'t "*. The on(, is the rapidity
with ixx ien ihc wine exhilarates not-
with bs'anndir the 'sm:iall proportion of
alcohol it ".nitains This is due to the
carlponic ai', gas evolved. which is in-
hale',! whliie dr.nkiiig, f.r it is the prop-
erty ,of this car to l -> "- e ,i 1 aritiou
of anything with l it lq a- oclatNtl.
11t 1' e. mte:l 'd amt 0'-u lias., of e-hamn
pag:n i eIual In I ffer t i, two lasses
,f' sill! wr.-, of the sai,e strength and
is mnor raph! in actloti. The other pe-
culiarity is the so-t of lethargy or
deadnes". w.ich follows after excessive
champagne drinking. Th.s is analogous
to the stupor produced by carbonic acid
gas. int It !s assisted and intensified
by the ex.e-< if sugar deranging the
:O::,-'!. T-i.e un :.oestr-ld sugar turns
i:- '.' r an i t!:u. t is that too much
t -*; i ts apt t.o p:j o uc* d.yspep
~~~..~" -'i a ~ tJurt I-)%'at Si.."- fIeat.
T,.Liad of ,..t p lrivntte
'1 It: in' r nI i -pc-eli. B
"c~ r-' a."ir r'td e, y r.-arA. ht- 'e" n- a To.r.
"a "' ~-t1, 01.1. (1:7v i- t''hki '-
L~~:.Ct. SAIL. 'IULis n- mx.We3r onalb-d him' iil tnt-I :e
a- .id xwhmv i #,watt playlojr wit.11.sonne
:1 ter 1Is-ic rtr'sax to h~m. iII a tone sug-
,~ ~ g.-sIreof mingle-d sAdness and sever-
GRI S'!'A.'.? -..-R 'MEt NIMLL I&
N:. --\ ---- i. ,Piov&
CHJC'-E *ALA'. AkND PuRE GROUNo3
the home n.-..- .' -i-I-'.ag~
Lcou'e tadu~v -a-. o ') oa..''
labor, and luAfe :-:in'in you,
"Notl. my on. I ne-er thought to
bher y-u u a w4r r7word."
"Why. r. tber," said the boy. "I
didn't use any swear word. I cnly said
't:e devil' Nolw'di thinks that's swear-
"I k'on't care." or!'te the mother
qui kly "Tt'F mtki*I t!'t of sacred
tL' .. '--Cievei4kM Leader.
Railroad Boys There Send Greet-
ing to Their Friends at Gould-
ing and Escambia
Special to Tne Journal.
FI,,ira'on. A:a.. Sep:. 25.-I see "n
)'ir valuable paper letters from Rela:
a'amps at (GouIling and EscambiL
Non i want to ttll you an I all not t.
Linik that those b ys art. all. The.
ir(,e no. We have a 'hare in all th:
Up hcrc we havt- Cc:nductor Merrit
mnd Engineer Wa'son holding th'
passenger run be:'7,ten here and Se('-
I:.a. No. 7 and S. They make the run
,ach day and it is hard on them, bu:
"he. say they can't lay off as there
i )- no .ne to relin ( thim.
On local Engineer Curtis and Ccr-
luctor Ba:.iss and Conductor Doug-
1-,ss antl Engineer Fowler are doing
noe work. with Conductor Kevnton
ani Engineer Myers helping out on
: hii north end. We have two tui n
.it'ounds on the -o'',h ,'d. Conductor
\I'Kinine and ij:,'.- .necr Ross, end
Conductor C4;.rn-;Y ,and Engineer
Carmichcal hold th-m down. We a.li
find plcnt. to do and can't find time
to g-t sick.
We all live at home "in our ca
hione" and slte,) there also. We are
,j .ying uotrse:ve-. Occasionally wvN-
ste some of th.e oy's from Goulding
Camp but we arte n)o a:.owed to min-
gle together. so keep our distance. i
Fla.-'man Sam Eliis is at home'
sick and it wi.1 be some time before
he will be able to go back on his run
N'. 7 and S.
Flaman Joe Morrow has been sent
to the B. S. & N. 0.. and there pro-
mnotc,j t, conductor and is running the
local freight on that division. Joe is
a tloung condu:,or anId ie is right up
aEai>s.- it. I see him occasional.
iut what Lime he is not on the road
hle is asleep.
I see that Engineer Derby has re-
tlured from his vacation. He looks
will ai:d says he enjoyeli his trip. Do
not know what he in'eands doing.
While the boys at Escambia Camp
are enjoying the fish and bathing, do)
not think we cannot have the Samel
lixxIries. This P. M. I took a good'
bath iJ the E1 minbla. a fine river.
a.nd for slun:-er hal some fine mullet.
Tht., came from Pensaeo!a. See how-
we ar,. living. The yellow fever docs
Even With Yellow Fever In the
City Death Rate In FLOMATON CAMP
Very Low. H
NUMBER OF DEATHS HERE FOR ALSO HEARD
Sn, t rm Our Blt&ttory t V.u
Sam Dealerns' Pro .
4Id FLL QBS 3.20
WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES W
Wewt l isd yolu. n a pain 6e1 1e
case, with no arks to show cents,
FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of
HAYNERPRIVATE STOCK RYE ter
$3.20, and we will py the express
chare. Try It. have your dbter est
It ist It M way you like. If te a
fdao'ttIniIt ON right and the pWtt
n beOt waiWkey you ow
twted, ith It bsck to usM
our awumn and your $&.20
At our distllery., oe of
the largest and best
equipped in the world we A
distill a average of 9.580
gallons of PURE WHItS-
KEY a day. When you
buy HAYNER WHIS-
KEY. it goes *direct to you gIaem.
from our distillery, thus T
assuring you of perfect
ourity and saving you the
dealers' big profits. HAY-
I.rR WHISKEY Is pre-
stribed by doctors and
usel in bosritals and by half a million sat-
Isfied customers. That's why YOU should
WRil on NIARIST O113MC
THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO.
ATLANTA. GA. DAYTON, 0.
ST. LOUIS, MO. ST .PAUL, M:NN.
Order@ for Ariz.. Cal Col.. Idaho. Mont Nev.
N. Mez .Ore.. Utnit. Wash.. or Wyo. muot be
on the bialt of4 AnTAfor.fo400 byKX 4PRPB.-
PAID, or 2 0t ARI* for t1.M by >IEGfaTIPREPA&ID.
DwrnAKBT, Tnoy, 0. ErrTABUISID 180G.
30 Caoptal $600,000.00 Pad In Futll.
McMillan Bros. Co.
Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga.. Sept. 25.-The naval
stores :.aarket closed ti-daiy us iot-
w . ... . .. ........... .. 5
\VG .. ... ................ 5 21
N .. .. ........ .... 4 75 to 4 t)
.. .. .. .. .. ...............4 70
K .. .. .. .. ....... .. ..... 4 65
I . .... .. .. ... .. ... .. 4 6 ;
G .. .... .. .. ......... 418 to 4 65)
. . . .. .. ........ 4 46 to 4 5,
F ...................4 45 to 4 50
E.. .. .. .. .. ........4 25 to 4 30
D .. .. .. .. .................. ; ,
C .. .. .. .. .. .. ......3 35 to 3 45
Spirits Turpentine 64 cents.
The following cotton quotations arc
ritported for The Journal a'aily by C.
Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton brok:',
Fiery Cros-. Nor hk Claussen, 1399.;
Cork to master. ,
Gariba:di. Ital hk, Agcno. 134S,
Glo'l'i-tetir to or.],'.j
SHuoson. Nor bk,. 1nil-en, 771, Lon-'
.on to order.
Kosmuos, Nor bk, Isak-en, 1227j
Santa Barbara. Port bk, Carre!a.
633. Oport' to H. B3aars & Co
Stne:-o. Nor hk. l-n, 941 Pors
0rinl to A. Zelius.
Wernr, Nor bk. Tonnerson, S4-P,
Rw) i ~ l
Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen,
165. 1' lize to master.
Doris. Am sch, Wi:kip. 310 Havana
Eim.a. Br s-h. HIlonebery. 299 Ha
J1.ialmar, Am sch. Axc'nn, 55. Key
7W-' to Gulf Transit Co.
not Kt"p us rrom getting these luxu- 'e-nsacola, Fla.: N'.as. Rus sch S'ee1ie, 333, Gloa-
i;(s --- ce-e,- to Master.
We will al: be glad when quarantine GC. Middlng .. .. ........... 10'
Strict Middling.. .. .. .. .. .....10. Low rates at S uwthorn Hotel tor:
-.- -,,,,_ i, I .n........................ roons and board.
Draws the Poison Strict !-ow .d.hn.
Sloan's Lini'oent, the great antiseptic. New York Quotations. g -D
drav.s ith, pe:.-on from mosquito bite- New York,. Sept. 25-Thr following TERSELY TOLD ,
anI stincs of all insects. It kills ye'i are the ruling cotlou qio':ations to- 1 BUSINESS LOCAL.S. #
.-- fo--. -I. .,4
Smoke and Be
40 x Et
IS THE KING
O pen C los. .':-; 4 -. -"'-" ? -,',"
I:- Octo ber.. .. .. .. .. ..10.6(;6 10.67
S1 comber.......... 10.10 .0.91 i Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish
S January.. .. .......10.95 30.91 estiin-ates on buIding and painting
S-- and (;ve personal atten ion to work.
Liverpool Quotations. p% E. Strong, and 824 Past LaRua
: Liverpool. Sept. 25.-The following, streets.
are the ruling cotton quotations loday:
Open Clo'se McKinzie Oerting f- Co., wholesale)
- Oct.-Nov.......... ... .69 5.74 and retail ship chand'ers and grocers,
S Nov-Dec.............. 5.72 577 the only fi-st-class bouse of the kina
SDec.-Jan...... .. .. ..5.75 5.79 in Pensacola. Fair l "es to all.
5 Liverpool market very firm; New
S York steady. i Why ise Inferior paper, when you
P l ocan buy Kelso Bon ,. F-t rtch Dimity,
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
S Foley & Co., Chicago, originate I Thompsons. 30 S. Palfox.
Honey and Tar as a throat and ung ow r at Southern Hel for
remedy, and on account of the gre w rarn oe or
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon. rooms an
ey and Tar many imitations are of- NIO. FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
fered for the genuine. These worth- NE FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS
less imitations have similar soundyne ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK
names. Beware of them. The gen. APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY
S uine Foley's Honey and Tar is !n a DAY.
yellow package. Ask for it and re ,
fuse any substitute. It is the best'
remedy for coughs and colds. W. A
Tn,'A lmh- rfa*. Trmv~.tJ a--a A fh---1 -- I
Made under Section 35. Chapter 4115,
.'u t, U L ana JpotIaecary was of Florida. showing the amount
of taxes charged to the tax co,ector
CARPENTERS. of Escambia county. Florida. to be col-:
E THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL elected for the tax year 1904. and the
SMEETING OF L. U. No. 746 C & J. apportionment of same to the several
OF A. FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEM. funds for which such tayes have been
R 29 730 P BUNES OFlevied. including poll tax with county
BER 29, 7:30 P. M. BUSINESS OFi schoo tax:
IMPORTANCE. iTotal amount
L. REDENBACK, charged to taxes $82,671.95
26sept4t Business Agent. Amount collected
to Sept. 1, 1905- 74,231.16
Low rates at Southern Hotel f
rooms and boai1.
TO THE TRADE .
On account of quarantine, we will
mnot undertake to esLabiisi a branch
l.ouse in Prnsacola until same is -e-
voked. We will make al! oil an 1
grain sh1pmien;s from Mobile,. Aa
Same will go forward promptly. Send
us your orders for high grade oils.
PURE OIL CO..
14septim. J. F. Davis, Agr.
is raised as we all want to get back
to our homes.
I hope the boys from E ncambia an!
Goulding will keep us posted as t
how they get along. I may wriir
again so,-C time. Any way the bo\ -
can depevd on it if anything unusual
happens I will wire tihean.
ONE OF THE BOYS.
Low rates at Southern Hotel for
rooms and board.
I Hundreds of Men Who Could Have
Passed the Medical Examination
required by all lifo i-isurar: c': : : -." :
refused list. You 't aff ,r ,r ,
Better close up tha: poil:cy in ; : i:.. :, :-
Alfa. D3nish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen.
Comedian, Brit str 3149, Marshal.
Kaiser, Ger ship. 110SO Martin, for
Bremen with 4j..iiLil cu ft -awn lum-
Ella M. Davenport. Ai sch, 470,
Dunton, for Pro'.i'tncu. R. I., wi:,
429!.00 f liiuml'r.
Santanderino. Spin st'r. 1i12. for
Plymouth, with 247,wuo ft sawn 'im-
ber, 2..000 ft lumber arid c1i Cu tt
Fiery Cross, Nor bark 13:9, Claui-
sen. for Buenos Ayres \v tih 95.009i ft
Comedian. Brir. sir. 2149 Marshai
Livt-rpool with biunker ciol.
ID ris, Am s b, 31). \VI'lkie, fr
ad.ana with 225.000 ft limber.
as long as you drink
The Official Whiskey of the United States Government,
THE LEWIS BEAR CO.,
County tax prop-
Amount coilecte !
to Sept. 1. 1905.. 19,S92.44-$ 884.14
tax ............ $.7.794..3
Amount collect' e
toSep,. 1, 15,..... 32 ..28-$ 5,229.23
CoUntTv rad and
bri.'ge tax ..... $1 .29. 7 02
A:nc tint collected
To Sepo 1. 1903. .12 213.29-$ 953.73
County Fine and
fo-feiture tax .$ S 310.63
A n'<,'rt o lle.tnei
to S,-t. 1. 1O'5. 7.714.58-- $ 596.0'7
County bond tax $ 2.493.19
to Sept. 1. 19t5.. 1.715.57-$ 777.62
Patance .. ...............S 8.440.79
A. M. McMILLAN.
(S4eal.) CIlork Circuit CourL
B; L. G. AYMARD, D. C.
Fhink of the
Gas Range Installed Ready for
27 East Garden Street.
Use for $13.
SuOrcor 'Co,-r a
ICE, COAL and WOOD I
frqoz r aAo L
Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
Offiee- Corner Chase and Tarragona Phone 259.
S, "no "s or
" Y '- "" "'- r
1 ., ,l \
The Union Central Life
has a lower death rate, lower expense rare and .'loi r
Interest rate thp.n any com any io ng s u.es is lu 'ir.J.
should be easy for you to decide the rest.
B. 8. Williams, General Agent.
Iron Works andSu jCo
MACHINERY AND EIOILEF2.A-
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Office Phone 1123. 1C2 I '- J:.'T 4 ;. lr
We are prepared to take all
the real estate that is on the
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