The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00730
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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Latest Telegraphic News Setvice-=Forein and. IDmestic--Furnished

by The Associated Press

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lIy Nimee in New Orleans H e Participated in Syndicate to Ex- High Tide in Fever station is
TesSg Say With Five Deaths tent of $Ioo,ooo. Believed to Be Passed and Im-
By Aaeociated Press. It was brought out that Senator De. presents .gi
New York. Sept. 27.-Todays inves-lpew was a participant to the extent of
THRE INC AI gaS ion of the insurance company $100,000.00 in one syndicate, and he
TlREL IINCHES- RAIN ni thods was devoted toan inqu4ryinto was requested to appear before the ONLY 6 NEW CASES
the ynaclate transactions of the committee.
:Equitable Life. H(rry R. Winthrop, Jacob H. Schiff, of Kuhn, I.eb &&
a: sislant secretary and financial man- Cc.mpany, was subpoenaed tooaay and'
ew osq it reedin PlaCeS ~zer of the company, was again on the I, is expected that he will testify tOne Death, That of Mrs. Brazier,
uito Breeding Places -and One Death, That of Mrs. brazier,
A L_-._ L- o.- ,,ro.l Water -ndmorrow or Frday.S ... . ...

boUau 1y ncavyJ rain ui Wdmi.



By Associated Press.

* New Orleans. Sept. 27.-'ol- HO
lowing is the official report to
SpP. : *
New cases today, 1S; total to
date. 2.918.
*- Deaths today, 5; total to
Sdate. 3O.
f* New roci, 5.
<, Cases under treatment, 272.
Cases discharged, 2 .266.

Three Inches of Water Fell.
New Orleans, Sep:. 27.-With more
than three in hes of rain, mox of
'whlicb fe' in. three hours., he gutters
annd piool.- all 'ver tIe ::"ty were wash-
r ed clean of wiLL- the wind blow ng a thirty miles
as hour. many chc~ e cloth screens
were tora aay) The outdoor fumi-
S gartn work na R.o'n completely in-
te!i..,ptred an ir'sh breeding places
foi rthe mrtnon'i'" '.ave ulndoub'edy'.
bel* i ert 'a-.,j1 r. evir.y r'tciion. Or-
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ate ry Taft and Party IIMI
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Arrive Homefrom the Orient UWININIUUG H

By Associated Press. iKorea left Yokohama September 17.
San Francisco, Sept. 27.-The Pad-; coming direct without a stop at Hon-
fic mail steamer Kor-a arrived today olulu and lowered the record' from that |
from the Orient, brin-ing Secretary of port here by several hours. The prev-j
War Taft and most of his party, who ious best record made by the same ves-
1~ ,t fr thea VFr L'ast Jnlv Rth The ,elt was ten davs and fifteen hoiirs.



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University Degrees Conferred

on Baron Komura and M. Witte Hot Shot for Street Supt. Gingles.
Should Either Go to Work or
By Associated Press. I grees, referred to theb envoys as "Men
New York, Sept. 27.--The honorary, who brought to an end a war of ap-: Resign ThinkS Council.
degree, doctor of laws. was conferred: palling magnitude by concluding a:
by Columbia University today on just and honorable peac.-; men who
Baron Konmura and Sergias Witte. the! won undying honor for themselves F.INANCE COMMITTEE REPORTS
senior peace pleni;poentiarles of and honorably served their sover-
Japan and Russia. President Nichola. eigns, their people, and the civilized BUDGET FOR THE YEAR AND
Murray Butler, in announcing the de- world." DISCUSSES CITY FINANCF-

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F'ollowing is the official sum-
mary of the yel',)w fever situa-
Two Men Held in Heavy Bonds to Father and Mother Left Them in New cases, 6; t al cases to ACN N F R MA e t .u
date. 115. antiea . th, s a ouan-
Answer Charge in Federal House and Gasolene Stove eath 1; to al ca hs to SianL,, at 1,' .. [w a. ( an-
Court There. Exploded. ('s discharge! to dat, O47. roll c,.: Adr, Mc ,iy.
S- Ca.es now under irctti:...n,. Maura. l>.A.hnr'erre, Wright, Chu..
By Associated Press. By Associated Press. 52. Ha. s andr Chrit i.
O-lumbus. Ga.. Sept. 27.-W. A. Fort Dodge, Ia., Sept. 27.-Five chil- C% -f'- :#-W' ",in'rIn -.e. .iuu-t.' nf wer reiul.r an.d_
.hn^son and J. D. Skipper were held dren were burned so death In a fire -- Mai l a
ii, heavy bonds today by Uniteu' States v% which destroyed the home of Frederick The wcrst f over. ae anldalayor a w.
inibondo-onthes mhomholding o elo fever loo As Either a M-narchy or a Re- Manila Army Post and Naval Sta- e ^ ^ .n; w
commissioner on the charge of holding ,A mson this morning. Their father High ; ,he .yellow fever flodb ASEher a arc or aRe- Mn ita ,-,
in peonage. Arthur Wuliams, a negro, had gone to work and their mother has pas.si rypar th oftning h, frVe ) h wtts-
or a turpentine farm in Webster coun-1 was visiting a neighbor, leaving the ph ans, the residents. pbi She Wnts a Standing tion at Cavite Almost Total- Unt eat t d ,is
ty. The case will be tried in Decem- gasoline stove burning. This explod- ple on the ',reets. relativeF w ,Detroe granLed .
her. ed, causing the fire which quickly des- to Pensacolians, all say tey cne Among the Other POWerS. ly Destroyed. granted.
troyed the house. hoping for improvement. Vetoes "Jim row" Ordinance
VARD MAN O Better times for Pensicola have he- By Associated Pre& Mayer Bliks then rzurneI the "Jim
VO^ IL D B 0gun. Even the temperature has cooled By Associated PrCss. ra m cw" ordinance ,passci at the Au-
NEGRO KILLED BY down and e.e::,body felt beLter ye4 Paris, S.p. 27.-M31. L.: -and, minis- Washington, Sept. 2.-A cablegram gust moe,,ting of th, .uoae:I. without
W HITE S PR MACY terda y. ter of foreign affairs of : .ay, stat- 'from General Corbin at Manila to tha his approval, vetoing it on the ground
A ROLLING LOG The fever history of the day is sum- ed authorltatvely, today: h ,. Norway' war department says that the Typhoon of uaccnrii.utinalrty rh ,.xr ,f
med up In the short report* six new yesterday was the worst for many the mayor' v i pulihe se
H WcaLAn BO T Te"Ba-ath. wAilll ke tAt q secure an early rec-I d where in ;his paner today.
HE WILL PEAK ON THAT SUB- The one victim of the yellow ignition by te powers.,- recog-p yearn. The re rt at Mani ai was re--v
JECT IN MARYLAND CAMPAIGN WAS STANDING NEAR TRAIN scourge was Mrs. Brazier, who lived nition would cover Norway's inde.' Another dispatch says the lAyette, Alaherman Wright t.ol; the stand
at 500 West Chase St. Both she and pendent sovereignty without referencela small gunboat captured! from the!that he could not agro with the may-
NEXT MONTH. WHEN LOG ROLLED OH F CAR her husband were pronounced sick on to th, government's stx.;; as a mon- Spanish hi the war, was sunk in the or. and that In hi opinion the ordi-
AND ONTO HIM. Mondy and she was not sro arch or a republic, which il be sub-arbor. The post at Manilahi, 31 nce w properly ra and vali
enough to withstand the effects of '-es from Manila, is garrisoned by and thl'-efore. novel that the or!i-
By Associated Press. fever. sequcntly determined. our companies of the 16th infantry.. nance be passed over the unvors uto.
Jackson. Miss., Sept. 27.-Governor Special to The Journal. The New Cases. He said, regarding the of. r of the: There is a military prison there. 'On due motion thei roll was called awr
VLideman announced tonight that he, River Junction, Sept. 27.-Tom The new can-.s are: throne to Princ ( Charl that tho It is reported still later that the very alderman presct vtoJ for th )
has accept d an invitation to speak' Jones, colored, was killed at Saunders, Ed. Crenshaw, 215 Erst Romana. Storthings offer was sti:l operative as torrm did ninety thousand dollars in passage (f the ordinanu, at it stoo
in ihe Maryland campaign on "White on the German-American Lumber Co's Street. g"rhad notbeln o-cail" rejocted.-Nor. nmage to the naval station at Cavrte. and over e mav r to. and the r-
Er,,macy." He will leave late in log road toulay, by a log rolling off th3 Ellie Shuttleworth, 101 East Ro- way will not make a sod offer. nor rig t the
(.--.er. when the quarantine is rais- car onto him. The man was struck mana Street. wll she wait infinitely fr an an- G ORGIA f RM R e o tr.
l we.lvait ac'monarchial for an an- OG r1 witht .he navor -unu.
,1. 13 the full force of the log and he liv- Elmer White, 13 East Intendencta swer. He said if the m,,narchial form The Relief Fund.
ed only a few minutes after the ac- of government is abandoned, some ATheAS 1 FIdi
WILL ISSUE W RIT client. (Coutinued on Page ?, 7Th Colhni;n) form (ot republic wi!l be adi)p;e-d. ASSASer,S.r.,.iDch mantx-,nrr, wa.K
wISSUE WRIT. o re Pensacola, Fla.. Sept. 27,.
Of -[X RADI|ION WAS EATING SUPPER WHEN AS. The Honorable Mai, r and ('ouncil of
the City of P)nsaeoia.
SASSIN FIRED THROUGH AN Pear Srs:--I hto t, alvl'.. you that
GREENE AND GAYNOR WILL PROB. ../.. OPEN DOOR WITH SHOT t is the sens of hi ree that
-,, y it will not b,. wi-.e at 1hi time. owing
ABLY HAVE TO START FOR f GUN. to the iner ..i -:ir it for
HOME TODAY. a the pmNv-i-,in of o 1... nurses, etc.,
S to guarantee any further expoaditure
I on account tf cl,'anint the city for the
By Asscc'ated Press. purpose of exterminating mosquitoes.
By Associated Press. I Waycross, Ga., Sept. 27.-Dave Mur- I trust the council will See fit to vote
Ottawa. Sept. 27.-A writ for the ex- ray, a prominent farmer% was assas- the funds which may bte necessary for
radioi on of Ganor and Greene will be, sinated at MiHwood, 18 miles from such purpose.
ued rrow unless some further will be, here, while eating supper last night R-prcfuilly,
metd r delaying he proceedings furtherAn unknown person fired through an W. K. HYFR, JR.,
can 1et ol covered. r ce s o Ien door lodging twenty buckshot in Chairman I:x-Committe.
.an t'IiC BKe' '- i' ~the victim's head and reck. Murrayi The may':r explained that inasmuch
FERUNA PEOPLE SUE moved here from Douglass a year ago,; as some of the contribniiona haal been
LADIES' HOME-JOURNAL where, it is said, threats were made. mad l thon rh ength of the blief that.
LADIES against him. the r onry was to be ued for cleitng
Chca -.pt, 27--Suit was begun up' N the city, he did not thlnk that it
: i.ier:iy r court today fr $250,000" LIVELY SCRAP AND te matter tr)I h on motn It
aa -a at the Curtis Publishing Ias agree that a f ee of thee
,nt:fla p'i pnlls-1trs of the Ladies" T USUAL R SU! 1 appolntd to confer with Mr. yer.
i,,., lo,,urniat Samuel B. Hartman!T. L R ..

',,:ts. proprietor cf the Peruna
,. :ie * :i, 1i :. '
.r *!:< Aurm-s issue of the Journal
;he dc'larauion sa? s that an advertise-:
::: : ,f *.ce Peruna company contain-
t,., a T~ -: .:ontal from Congressman
Gor:.' H White of No)rth Carolina. In
h. inx-' s-'-. of the magazine the dec-
7,tra'ion ai., es that the testimonial:
was r, ;r.rn'ed but with it was a signed
den:a! frrm Cor.nressnian White that
`e had -.l n the testimonial to the
S.,ien ul,. I )an,.y This denial. Hart-
,an n.a -. .as secure.. through a
: ; t' as Congres.:-ina-
.:.-e i: t said .n the declaration.
: :h, o ;. : a estmonial.

September 27
By Associated Pres.
American League.
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1. -. C' ae.) 0 'first rame.)
1' .1. Cra:cc 15. it.-enni game)
N i,:k 2. S:. Lo, ii 7.
I .:n a ',iala 7, D'::-oiL 8.

National League.
. P : : N Y rk 5.
C* :i.n ro P o 2n
k d0,. : i. ::s 0. Ph.:_a elphia 6.
Ci Cc.Liati 10. Boston 1 t.


Mr. Brent Resigna.
A betterr from Mr. F. C. Brent was
read. in which ho stated that he had
decid,.L; not to a-t as one of the BonI
Triu--r,. T-he conrnunlcation was re"
cei,',-i and filed. The council Imme-
diartey enror-.l in'o -he nomination of
a s.9lI(esswor. .ii two i.irnls ere w lpro-
posed. but a motion" was made to the
effect :har the el- tion of anoth,.r I ond
Tr-.str .. I;, lai,; ':,r- r unr!l a future

La-st night between six and seven r
o'clock th-e usual quiet of the vicinity Finance Committee's Report.
,of Saunders Mill was greatly disturb- The Pinance Committee submitted
rd, and the result of it all is that Wal- the follow:ng report which wai rq
tei and Glad-stone Jordan, two young. ce,.vd anl a;l ;ih r-c-,ommendatno
white boys. and Mollie Winn, Castello; adopted:
IPrice. William Price and Martha Price, To the Mayor atn M'-rn'i,,rs of the C(y
al: colore-c, were placed in jail last CoMrncil. P. i--ao:a, Floridt
:-ieht on a charge of fighting, cursing, j Dear Sirs:-The F'.nance- CommtteO
an'l disturbing the peace generally. to(, wh,,om the following matters wre
From what could be learned of the referred. by the Conrmil, beg to ro
d'fliculty, the iracas is the outcome pr,rt:
;of a dispute between a negro boy and In rrzard *0o h recommendation a
-'nE of the Joran boys. It seems that the .Mayor asking thar the White bull4.
:he ri-latives of each interferred and ing be purrha~o,l and ;i:;rb up for citR
the affair ended in a genera; mix-up. officer, we, r,,(Xrt. th -itwe have eax
One '.of the negro women was badly arninal the bidlling and find that he
i msed about the head and a physl-! expr se in-'urre- in re-r.airing and rl
ian was sent for to dress the wounds., tinz up the sam. for offlce.. wrld i be
She avows that Waiter Jordan struck! double the amount w-, arn paving for
her w:bh brass knuckles, and her state- rent, yearly. anr in .-!' v of the fact
men is corroborated by her own wit- that your c-)nmmint', think;, we wil
nesses. have a now Citv Ha;' wl"in the next
.ordan denies having used any such year, which would n--R'*e!ato tale
thing, moving of the oflirc-s again, we dli-
A collection of sticks, bricks, rocks, approve 4hn- r, -m: o n-. rdtin.
'tc.. were brought to the nation and Ref-rrinz to th- app ,icarion of R. H.
S:;i used as evidence before Judge
.-aney this morning. (Continued on Page 3, 5th ColaMnA,






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Dee C rtae L emeistD tthe pe iQe as
a guos kig. It is tett that be undr-
stands the bane, of a i tn thoroughly
an* .at be worthy leads a"d reprse'A
ats people. Though partly tIn ters he
hM all the bearlnas which the people lke
to l a Ctfer overetga. Be ls of that
miee-eb*hbt which ti fo-d throngheut
twe famles desenead hte l the Coburs;
that h ves him atlas advantage orer
meat et his people. for the Pertguee
amr not remwued for tall men.
As a matter eat feet. the Ka ha
badly a drop of Portuuese bleed In his
vens: et te Crtos thtag is that, apart
from hetrht asd O iure he looks a Porte-
wmee. Hi s mile Is the smile you may
iect any day to his country. trot dake to
pasmant: his ways are the courtly. puoe-
tlltons. yet proud ways that dthogunilsh
the "'otuguese aristocrat everywhere, and
he a fe t of his people and shares their
patriot1Pm for Portug.
What I" Qmu is, asgb.

ita ths repeet Quesa Amele ts ioke
Mm. Alftbonh a P nee woman a, bor at
Twtcketbam durtag te eu*e of the
Comte de Parts. her father, sh, too. has
gene the right way to gt to the beat
of te Pertu ese popte. y us ag her
toflamee toward the reformatdeo of their
country I et d wftch are ally left
to woeoo.
It is coevetkionl to sy that all que s
are rcarming and acrompltshed. but It Is
so coeveantonal complment wben applied
to Queen Amelie. She is a woman of
many parts and of many iterests. lAke
her hubanmd. she cares for sport, and like
him. too. abhe has a great reputation for
pero aI bravery. A few years ago she
won a medal for serving the yives of two
children from drownta to the Tagne Her
Ma:je'ty is a strong swimmer. and wmelti
the children I peril. plunged Into the
river and rescued them. She is also a
skilled eqew.itr'nne- like the ladk of her
Family gonTratlly-nud a brilliant conver-
estom itst. with all the wit &ad esprit
that seem indigenous to beer atirve

i toi his well-ktowrn sormtng taste
bewever. that especially endeara Dos
Carom to the nrtlih people. Be ts a
good. al around sportsma. with a special
passioo for yachting and s ting. His
ambition is to make Monte Carlo fire
way o Lisboe as the plMeb ooeting erm-
tar et Europe. Ita prewan with the re-
volver is too well knewa to need r" etl-
Cln, but It way sot be so generaty real-
oed that the Portuguee meeath was at
me time as active orter ofa the bU

ef ore a martage Dos Cartes was
1id of me ezeteme e( the hal b ti.&
It widch, tneoeNtto, he weaMd take atIve
part is POt ertug"en hall fgtit meter
buloa or orsne an kMlMd. a to pretvM
the pomBitaty oc a bull gSetag a herams
M hemra are covered with paoseet gura
oW tement of danger wMeh tos present
f the spanish method is th rmeremved.
New the kag ito motta6 It amst brave, and

Duke ran for his life towards the timber
barricade, whi-h be cleared at a bound; a
second or two later the Uill's horns made
splinters In the woodwork just below
where the Duke's h bees had passed over.
The King and Queen have two aon--
the Crown Prince Lots. Dow 15, and
Prtnce Manuel, who Is I.L Queen Maria
Pta, the Queen Dowager of Portugal,
daughter of the late Victor Emmanuel,
king of Italy, still survives. She is a
very able woman and as at the head of
most PIortugal charitable Institutions, and
her good deeds in the cause of mercy
gained for her the name of "Angel of Char.
Ity." Philathropy. It has been saidd. Is
with her as much a passion as bunting,
muilc and painting. for all of which she
is famous. LiLe beTr sn, she isto a mar-
veloup.ly good shot and Intrepid rider.
The King's brother Alphonae aso relsides
in Aisbon and is unmarried.
The Real Secret of KInSly Sece.e

The real swef-rt of the happy life en-
)oyed by the rulers oC Portug-al tI, ot
course, the san'ty of their views as to
bow great power and much wealth should
be spent. A. a matter of act, the secret
as worked out in 'Portugal lies lu not
using the power or *n spending the money
for personal pleasure Of course, the post
of king demands splendor and ceremony
and tuch money. but these are cut down
to just what the people of Portugal de-
mand from their monarch. personallyy
King Carlos prefers the dishes eaten by I
the great Luass of anl subjects, and Lhi
money is never spent for the luxuries or
dlitl.ation which nave spelt misery for !
so mniny unhappy kangs. llsa son and
heir, me Duke oS Braganza, has been
reared like any other well-to-do child, tg-
norant of hbl rank until able to play his
part with twian(e, and to this day allowed
fewer Indulgences than the children of
man) prosperous Americans.
Athletic exerelass ad saaible feedinag
together with a strict moral restraint,
have made the Porteguese betr taU and
astrog, without a touch of Walse pride or
temper. While hit kiNgdon haa a onasti-
tutioail government, as a matter of tact,
a strong, domaineering monarch In this
country could easily gala absolute coan-
trol over aCairs of state. Just what thli
young prince will do when be takes over
the relas of government is a matter of .n-
terest it every court Ia Europe it be
follows after his father the success of hit
reign cannot be questiaed. ear the pre-
eat Klag and Queea of Ptrtugal are, after
o6d ntag Ch tsti"a at Usmar, tthe best
tovebd y their eabjecta et say ryal pale
is the world.

Mr. Lfloebade. --Wbat w4 tat aw-
tfl yeplapg In the nursery Jfet sawt
Mald-The aure Just alappm e O
your chtldrean
Mrs. Verboeaderd-Ob! I was aft
samebedy had kicked Fida.

Love ought to play a most Important
part In the lives of women: it, in fact.
should be the ehbef end of their exist-
nee, but alis! It Is not; It need to be.
but the time is almost past for that;
love is nowadays a secondary considera-
The hrrry and bustle of the world,
) higher education, business tialning-all
these have had a hand In relegating love
to a back seat Women. or. at any rate,
a large number of them. In these days
nim rather at distinction; ambition spurs
them on. They are not content to settle
down and lead a peaceful. if uneventful,
married life. They clamor for excite-
ment; they want amusement: the: re-
fuse to be tied down to a round of do-
mestic duties; they have. In a word, re-
volted against the old and homely rule,
which ordained that matrimony, follow-
ing on love, was the be-all and end-al!
of life. so far as women were concerned.
Now, do women benefit by the chang.td
Suppose a woman gains fame, with per
shape fortune thrown In, is that enough?
Will she be thoroughly satisfied?. hbe
will-to the outsider who cannot read
the secrets of the heart. But deep down
there is a conseloasnes that something
is wanting, the natural Itlanct has been
thwarted. and the woman kno*s It. In-
astact, In truth, clamor tfor something
withheld. After all, wat is fame to a
seuline womat Will the praise the
nmultltude AU a wemana' heart with joy
as meuh ta an Infant IpIag its Orst M'm-
pie word? Will the adoration ot a sacsat
oc- ever *apeas taor the tck to a
hbsband's love and respect?
Is thbe a flyng woen, oa S y m twy
zeara o4 a.e, who has never loved, tf eIy

.4757 75tMAAW

The Leghorn FowL
There is no better all-round bird thai
the Leghorn, and althUbogh t ts eoly aboet
30 years since the breed was rst Import-
ed, they are now bred Dy the ntillons.
Their exeelleat laying qualities, combined
with their hardiness make tem very pop-
ufar. They can be reared and kept to the
smallest paces wth the greatest advan-
tages. Lehornas are layers of medium-
sized white-shelled eggs, ae noasitters and
have the smaller of appetltes, so that
the oeet of their keep is very smual a
comparlsou to the return they yield to
eggs. When killed you"g they make fttr
table fowls, but their eoparative small-
Dnes of le debarsm them troa tbeinga ee-
sidered as tame poultry t say cotmarei
The ina I s divded ae rven ariatie.
namely, brow, whtMm beal, piles dock-
wings, black sar cuckoo, all of which
have large single combs pure white ear-
lobes sad & ow M sO and feet. The celts
of the eock abouldb he lar q, quite frly
set on te head, deeply and well serrated;
the legs large. ped at. eaoth and white;
the neck lo antd led y arebed; the back
of moderate legsth the reast fuil a
carried wo Isrwar: the all large and
carried tU wtns tell fowtn sickles;
the general appenranae lbt anm sprtt-
ly. bhe I d=a frets ctheOut*. asaer
comb telld gd _l to one a sd.
and her U MAbe sarist er lower.

should he Is t4 bfoer dy. The
whites, abu 4ure 1 l:.-
ored. to t -s qielPisSa offam will

f fgonn aO TSwim,
Often a meod o ris s t o acfary to a
minute esvAetlon.
The lazy mM wats a Itab m whiOh "hist
time ts hie own." Bt If we ar the right
kinad of emp a orall r& am4s

I secretly? There are countless thousands
who bare loved and lost, but this case
is not so hbal as that of a woman who
has never known what love maea- You
may argue that the latter does not know
what she has missed, but you are wroug,
so far. at any rate. True, she may uot
accurately understand just exactly what
lose means, hut thore is a yearning for
something, a leeling which she cannot
detne. There Is a blank In her life; she
kLows she is l complete. undeveloped, in
fact; the sweet characteristics, the finer
side of her nature, the true emotions-
all these are stunted. It requires love
to bring them to maturity, and except
they reach maturity the woman may al-
most be said to have lived In vaain
It is only after true love comes to the
fore that a woman lives her test. Before
Its appearance she exists; after love's
tender beams strike her life path she is
transformed, and not she alone-every-
thing to her takes on a more beautiful
appearance, the most sordid things of life
become brighter. There are women who
wsoff and sneer at love outwardly, but
lttic heed is paid to them: anyone po-
sessing emmon sense knows that they
-- msely cloaking their Inward teeUags;
they try to deceive themselves; that is
the long and shabort of It.
Take the average girl: what does love
core up to baer Let her Just taink of
the day when she will fall to love, and be
loved, and she In fancy asee a bome of
her own. a husband who treasures her,
and very likely chldre who adore her,
snd what is the tailt? Her ifa is made
brighter by the theogbts; she is spurred
on; she to aw making forward to a
certain hbapy tf e; the very thought at

love, In fact, Is neceaary for her, Po
what of the reality? The world Is cold
Sand cheerless for the unhappy woman
who has never knewn what true love
really is.
Following on what hbr been said above,
one might naturally ask: "Is love neces-
sary for mnn? It is not so much. at any
rate, as It is to a woman. A woman a
created for the very purpose of loving
and being loved, more or less; to her love
14 life. A man, on the other hand, Is a
creature created ior work; his business
and a hundred and one other things take
up his attention; be can get along with-
out .ove; It Is not a vital matter to him.
If he falls In love, well and good; If be
does not, it is (to many men) of small
-onsequence; he does not miss much (from
- male point of view); the woman, how-
ever, who never loves, or never has love
offered her, may be called one of life's
most decided failures, for If a woman's
life ,s to be a success love is a neces-
sity. At the same time It is doubtful if
any woman ever lived who had not at
least one opportunity to marry It she
anted to.

Tommy Figgjam-Paw, what Is th'
difference between 'absolute" and "rela-
Paw Figgjam-Very little at times,
Tommy. Mokt absolute dJvorca are
brougLt about by relatives.

Spartacus-DId you ever have mech
lack fishing la the spring?
Smarticus Not much. I sialtly
caught a good many mnre IfAb about seven
or eight miles further down the stre&a.


Mysteries of the

Deep Sea.

The mysteries of the deep sea ea
com"at to light. Sc1tetlftt bare m m*
red the mountains of the ocean bed. and
their lead li-ris have penetrated into val-
leys so deep that the sun'a rys are lost
miles abo'e thoe bttom. somer of these
are more than 30.000 feet beiow the ou-
face. It the highest mountain In the
world were aset at the bottom ita submit
would be nearly behalf a mile under water.
In thsb v.leys there are so plants.
weeds or vegetatilo of any kind. because
such forms of life need iltht and at these
depths their' is total darkness. But ani-
mal life flourishes. Many of the deep-aee
----l are gigantle. The.e animals are
all, or nearly all, without eyes. Most of
them *at mud and Oime. but there a
oth .j who ecek living prey. find It by
meean of great feelers, and thee grasp
and kill it with kong testaoes
It is strange that to theme dart -a4
freening abyme vast quamtllts at vofeg
tatl matter are found that dudea
their lives were bathed In trep eal sua-
light and It water 80 degree above r
These deposits He side by ide& with
other organisms wliteh pawed all their
lives in darkness, and at a twmperMtSt
near to the freesing point The vege.
table organisms were originally abs est
by plants and animals on the earth's me'
tare or l the- sallow waters, sad i t
estimated that three-fowrtbI of the *O
poes's now covering the bottom C Mte
ocean have at some time pased thr1 h1
the alimentary eanals oCf marie saoiatO.
The ;;.o. aphy of the sea-"-eaa-
ogrnphy" It It ealled-begns with e
laying of the ose eablem sad waO aO
rated t at a branebh of elseo by the
erAAe of the Challeoger. liSe thee I
has been found that them af 48 gat
deep-sea valleys. The Paelftr 0 k
the Pacife 81ope. Is the great rnt tb
oc region of the water werd: t n me
24 vast valleys co sealed breath .IL
According to 8tr Jobs Murray, the re
oeempled by these d"pm Is **ti ed at
T.52.,000 geograplteal square mie4 M
about 7 per cent. of the water sMvfes S
the globes Within them oer S2O aee86
tIgs have been recorded, of whk h S- -
eeed 24.0('" feet., including there eaSMed
Ir 30,000 feet. Depths eseedlag 3480
feet have been recorded wittbh eIht
miles of the deep-onamely, Is the eOthM
Atlantic within the NMare deeS f the
Antarctic within the Rone dlee IN the
Bands Sea within the Weber ~ me t9
U t North Pacie wftbts the Chalager.
Tuactomrs and Sapms ee d ft t1 he
South Pacite withta the AJdrtth Sd
Riehards deep. Depths eseeedin flRM0
feet have uatherte recorddl oaly withb
the Aldrich deep of tie loath Pa4t 00
the Eat.

Notes of Interest From

Far and Near.

More than 2.000 Chinese hare ba
ported for work ti the Uand Mines, sfnh
Of the TR.800OO acre m of ladi
up the total area of Argestt nam -
are rable. The prtailpw l eroa are ears
wheat and IBa.

A German stattstsctan notes that ith
increased longevity ihr upe within the
last 50 years Is more conspcoos assa
I- ne than mes.
Scotland has Kanw beatte. Aeimand
Wlkte, of Upper Cralce. Pfrt. beasM a
beard more than eight feet oae. It w
still growing.

A cautions grand Yarer at the Oe
Battiley. London, brought his own Bible
with him. to be swore upon, and o teek
so risk of microbes,

The Brasilian g rveiet Ito nae to
connect the port of San Frrn-In wth
Aretine by meas of a raiway II-
about 620 mile io length.

aflinog from the two pmort of Lew.
stft and Tarmoumth the herrtg fleet sum.
bers about 1.000 veeols, each eof wblet
spreads a net a mile to a mile a4 d belt

All the different street car eopa in
Barcelona. 5pain. are now owned and
controlled entirety by foreign mpuft,
an' tLe work of substItt naf eleeatiy
on those line that have nt aoady
adopted it is almost completed.

There is no pcnishBteat ft Preane 1
the murderer to st 4tecseespad ad
brought to trial withta year*. Ar-
nold Weber. who eommltted 5 muride if
Parts years ago. aa JIt writti de-
naatty to the police renfemieg the crim
and saylag is aboet to retem to Pat

la the larger tow as and ettei ef Cat
telephoMe ytem are to e ieraea, and
permits are granted from Ime t tame
tc- the eoatructlon of private ft
n eosoueetiug plsntoatlena ete., with
railroad stations, stations of the rural

Tb wheat area of the nited iagida
ito M was the smallest en reort. bei
1,400.00 areas. The average a the
precedta 10 yearn was TII aerfs
]gt the total yit to s amppm to e
somewhat ta esem oe that of 140 She
year of nest emalleWt we s, bta a
40000 belaeta.

Love's Part In Women's Lives,


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The beginning of all Stein-Block
Smart Clothes is :*h Wool Test.
It proves the fair.c worthy of
thooe high idea- of tailoring.
realized by FIfty-One Years of
Knowing How.
- It Is the basic reaFn for the
mbtle touch of character wh.-h
everywhere distinguishes tein-
Bloch Smart Clo'bes.
If you would underc-and more
about the wonnderfu W.)ol Tst
and Itt importance to .ell-
dressed m,-": if you would know
why clothes marked with this

SllAd Stam for S1
S of Kmwia How


are taking the place of the kind
madet to order," ask us.


C. C. Goodman. Geo. Anperer


Wl Be Re-epoe d About Oct. 1st

mak, ke m UInma -no Jewmw

tr Paliktor Stret Penescula V! .


Mr. and Mrs. A. S. GaSel. of 19
North Elevenqti Avenue, are the par-
ert- of a baby girl born Saturday
'i ierv were on4y seven cases befo e
Reoorder Laney yesterday, out of
which two were conunued. The fines
amounteoa to $18.00.
Carirll, s the name of a white manr
who was given a thirty day sentence<
yesterday -mornin. by R-corder LAney.
Carroll Is charged with beating his!
wrtfe. The parties reside on West
Main Street.
One of "the oldest Inhabitants"
Stated to a Journal rep-esentative last
night tha- an early fiost happenadi
alcng when th, yellow fever raged in
WVarring:n, e.a age. aMI t2,i j udging
from pr.' s :nt eo.ditior.: bhe thoughtt we.
will have one tiist year.
City Physician Piorpant has had so
miucLh onL iis h;.nds dur n' the p-st
few days that : wmas fouid necessary
to appoint another as'-i-ant, in addi-
tio! to l)r. B'-uce. in the person of
I)r Polo k. TIhere is enough work o
* keep all three physicians constantiv;
busy. ;

Mobile Register: A spectacle which
attracted considerable attention on the
river yesterday was the appearance of
a large school of crevalh' on the sur-
Stface of the water extending half way
across the river at the foot of C(onti
street. The fish k p' :Lh, surface o,f
the water in mo'ion for several mrin
utes. They wern haz.ngi small fish
brought up from the bam with sai' wa-,
ter, the river water teing salt ;'or a
considerable distance soove the city at
this time of the year. The sizrht of
the river alive with fish is not an un-
common one. but yes1T1rdaa the c:>e.al-
lI wv- I'r-e-, n i i, pr-ateorr nuntw1-'s
tl I. i a \ , se',n f,;r .-cvral yars.f
High qi"t'ii is 'h, uea'as of 'be big
c s ;, R ; lemon and a-
ilia E\x:r:.:c' A: .our rJ( :



iOld Pensacola Infirmary 'on the

8ad smr of ay kind, caused I:
any kiad of accident, cats, br-..
scalds, bruises, vTairs, etc., a-
bt heated by. the i.Tmnldi*ae a&]
plication of



Dum:ny Line Has Been Pre- sooting, tiv

pared for Them. nody relieves pain reduc-
V WU5f agm infnlmmation_ UKn
The old Pensacola Infirmary build- be li up all ope woundS aSM.
ing on the alummy line has been pu tMMM. It is te one perfect, mot
into ,hape and will be used for the en dressing, or treatment, for :
(clored npatit:ts of the city. The place wOUnd. Its quick use8 Will poS
has been put in good condition, prop- tively prevent blood poiMoning
e-r;\ screened, etc.. and Pensacola' Al_ Imep ij at hasd.
colored ye'low fever patients will be Alw geepit e handa
looked af:er in the right way. "y Mrs Jlessie fT Os, f ILS
Kate Davis, who is one of the most abeth, Ky.: "My little boy wa:
competent colored nurses in this sec- badly burned on both legs, which.
tion of the state, will be I, charge o I W Oof @ ap tl&
i the colored hospital. She will work.t Cs uww s n out of e tri
;of course uniaer the direction of City he owl not evm Wl- I-t1
I Physician Pierpolt mny riWWedl withoU t relM bu'
f aysiiana are requested to sen I finally Hamili Winrd Ol UnadL
their colored yellow fever patients Lrfet cure, 4 he ci nOW
thewamlk a.d We thoocht wr
1I6u=d have to amum te both hi
POOR PEOPLE yInda*dat m einsWar
0 Saved is life." Price 50o and
ON r-,4 aw m
It Is thought that aome of the poor WHITE'S PHARMACY,
dread notifying a phylotlIn n the Peneaolk Fla.
ex ent of sickness in their family, on 1Phone 10, Night Phope 44L
nacount of possible expense. These!
I rt ople should not conceal any case of
!:ckness on tais account, because
wheree they have no money to pay for;
1 i they will be treated free of charge. AYCOCK
'.11 the poor people who are unable to
Ipy for medical attention will be look- -
ed after without cost to them for either Ayoock. Fla., Sept. 27.-Ed Ay-
a physician or medicines ad, they are cock has returned from a business
therefore earnestly urged to report all trip to Georgia and other points.
cases of any kind of sickness just as Englae No. 1, of the Aycock Central,
soon as they develop. They should re- jumped the track the other day and
tl,-mber that they are not to await de- lay in the ditch all night This caus-
if lopment to see whether or not the ed the mill to shut down for want of
diseasee is yellow fever, but to notify a logs.
physician on the first day. There is considerable sickness in our
busy little town.
Mr. Sheffield's little daughter is
NOT DETAINED BY qaite sick w4th throat trouble. There
are several other cases and the doc-
TH OF IMr. Pickens, of the Naval Stores Co.,
a- da Mr. McKinley, of Gay, were call-
Clearance papers were issued yes- era here yesterday and guests at the
tt rday to the British steamship Good- hotel.
w-)d, and her master, Capt. Boag was Mr. Warren, the hustling supervisor
v-arned against going to sea without of the Loulsville and Nashville, has
d'demnt-ia 5n quarantine. This fact been looking after the sidetracks here.
lwcame known on the streets, ana' last Ed Hogeboom has gone to take
night it was stated that although the charge of the engine it the Crane &
vessel had moved from her moorings Beauford mill at Blue Pond, near his
In the channel she we aU0hored of cld home Best wishes for success go
tlhe navy yard. This at once became with him.
IT(- basis of a statement that the ves- Manuel White is quite sick. He
el had b en forcibly detained by the thinks that he will have to pay a visit
: ,,alth officer. to his old home in Georgia.
An inquiry by The Journal elicited

the information that Dr. Porter had
r. rely adrisea' with CaMt. BO *"C'O a
f. .v poin' and the latter had decided
t .go to sea anyway. Owing to the
'iact that warnings of a storm in the
,it.lf were noted Tuesday night it is
supposed the Goodwood remained' in
the harbor because at the weather. It
is certain that Dr. Porter had nothing
t,; do with her not going from the har-
;.or and proceeding on her wa.' to
S(otland, -hither she is bound.

A Remedy Without a Peer.
"I find Chamberlain's Stomach and
I iver Tablets more beneficial" than
ji.y other remedy I ever used for stom-
rch trouble." says J. P. Klote, of Edi-
r',. Mo For any disorder of the stom-
a h. biliousness or constipation, these
Tablets are without a peer. For sale
bt all druggists.
Owing to the scarcity of collections
and the absence of Mr. Walker Ing-
raham from the city, It is necessary to
place the business on a cash basis.
Monthly customers are hereby notI.
fi.ei that money must be left at home
to pay delivery man, or package will
l'e bhroughz back to laundry office.
:sept 1w By H. J. Mackey.

S ,, -. ,. -/






Gerst Beer carries
the rich aroma of
the hop fields, and
the superb flavor of
the best materials
and brewinr. It
completely satisfies
the bc.- Jr ut of
the o critical




Gerst Beer is a bene-
ficial beverage for
iall who are weak or
nervous. It con-
veoys nutrition to
the body, and food
to the exhausted
nerves. Call for


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Gerst Brewing Co.


ChamberlainWs Cough Remedy AIde

Medicines that aid nature are al-
ways most effectual. Chaanberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the cough, relieves the lungs%
aids expectoration, opens the se.-re
tions, and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition. iold
by all druggists.


Although the yellow fever has, in a
measure, interferred with nearly every
business interest in the city, the Citv
Carriage Shops are doing a flourish-
ing business in every sense of the
It is evident that the business men
of Pensacola are preparing for busi-
ness with renewed vigor after frost,
Judging from the many delivery wag-
ons and other vehicles which are be-
ing built and repaired by the City
Carriage Shops, which are located at
115 and 113 West Roman'a, and of
which J. G. Hilliard is proprietor.
Mr. Hilliard says taat he has a great
deal of work to ao, and that they are
almost taxed to their fullest capacity,
but, be says that they are increasing
their force and their capacity to met


sistntly recommeuun; ti inere .-ore w.-
disapprove of the taxes being refund
In reference to the Treasurer's re-
port for the month of July, we find that
it compares with the CAmptroller's
report, for the month, with the excep-
tion of $3.90, error in the balance of
street fund, in favor of the Treasurer,
which has been corrected.
In reagrd to the purchase of two
n:ules referred to this committee, we
would recommend that a sp cial com-
mittee of three be appointed who has
ha&d more experience in stock than we
have had. There are several members
of the council who have owned stock
for a number of years and we think
they could investigate more intelligent-
ly than this committee.
You will notice in the ordinance to
provide for the levy of taxes to be in-
troduced in the council a tax of three
mills for the purpose of providing a
fund for the use of the city in general
purposes. :t being the opinion of the
city attorney that we could not make
a tax levy for bonds not issued. We
have provided for In this fund one mill
for expenses necessary for the float-
ing of $200.000 bonds, $100.000 f)'r sew-
er age and $100,000 for public buildings.
II being the opinion of this committee Latest F
that $100.000 is all that could be ex- Miss Carrie Wilson,
penad.d judiciously for sewerage before,
the hot weather commences next sum-
mr. W have recommended the one
mill for bond expenses, because the lowing report:
bo-nd trustee s have not met and conse- S*aAcoL,. :
quentfly have not submitted to the inl han. -inyor and Coun
council an estimate of the expense that aecola.
would be insured in the floating t .(eantd1 :-reiowpfsaemei
the bonds and we could not make a August 1(5. with a detail
tax levy later on lA'urng the year. ... tirto ,ri.rith; al
The recommending of $9,000.00 more, t 1s1.and July ''. 1 c"5
than last year would neces-itate the ijash u trean. i. July 31,
increase of another mll. The Board I *...... ... ..........
of Equalization having tixed the basis letwip n. A, gn.ti :o.:
of valuation at 100 per cent, it bein: Fax .........................
70 per cent, last year. An 13 mill rate .- 'i "nlunlt L-as.....
would have made it last ycar 77-10 vitelIaneouqt...............
mills on the 100 per ceut. basih, show- Makinga....................
ing an increase this year o;' 2 2-10 hie ei-bhursemnentswere s*
mills; 1 mill of that boing for exn.f io' i .....-:
of bonds, .showing an actual increase te..>uts pavanle..d........9
of 13-10 mills for city purposes Thce c reur
increase in taxes owing to the increas- XiaPnce ca-h in treasurG
ed valuation of property amounts to KXXP-s'KAUGI
$7.500.00 at last year's tax rate. Ias,* i'partmn't f n'U t1L
year we carried cash balance over of salarl-i of Mar-hal. Deputy
$15,000, and this year $4,209, showing and ;'o',le ................ *
a deficit of $10,800.00. -tan ie, xnx; .- .....
Respectfully submitted, arlex-e ..........
iRANK 'RIiELLY. 1,.nk p., n. xpen-es.........
4 Chairman Fn ao.e Corn. 'tatn. y rI 1 incident-tOt..
F'lre- 'rotecCtt.i
The Budget Adopted. atiaries of chie and em-
The finance committee also submit. ply ......................
ted the budget for the fiscal year of a- t xp .....
1905-1H96. which was adopted. The At.par, tus and mahi.ne y,
r neai., a nid repairs ....
budget embraces many of the appro- , e
priations asked for by the various ,- ......................
boards, and at the samo tim.ie, some "f' :, ,'v l't.F3.........'.....'....
them were not include,], the finance i ar tt-:
committee not deeming it advit-able. ,aiaryphyvician.............
Hot Shot For Gigles. ar and ta. paupers ..
Alderman W right, in -peaking of Mediciues.....................
the action of the Boar' of Wourk ian ro.ai Uept. of PubteS safety
giving Street Superintendent Ging!"s ;ept. ,f Pub Works:
loavo of absence for an inde ni e 'iet. cr,.-irft. et., re-
period, stated that he d'ir not approve! aar ] 1r.* 1r e'.
of the action at this pa'rtcular time: .treet, Itintili .......... ..
that the street supe:':nuendent ws wer, vieanlig and iuhaii-
badly needed here and should be her. .....................
,ai' hi-, er ,ll,,vai and dit
Alderman Wright stated :hat he was p,,za........................
in favor of either asking for the im- rbtl rude' .;- '"at n
mediate resignation of Mr. Gingle., e' e 4 ....................
or declaring the office cf street super-' total i)pit of Puble Work,
intendent vacant. After some discus. Dept. Gen'l Ezpe:-s:
sion on the matter L. was agreed thOa airieeof general 't....
it was the sen.e of th,? council that Lr,, ............ .
Street Superinioendent Gir.gles either' n e.x-iises.........
return to his duties or r.-igIn. Wh Exen
the question was piu, Aldernw." .. ...'
Wright, Reilly, McHugh, Maura, ,t '' .,. ......
Christie and Hayes vott-l yea and ............
derman Cahn voted n1 '-, and as l. ini .i' -..........
especially that his vote V- so recorni Ttaid.par tohpa.th.
ed. Alderman D'Alemlher' e was nor Fxpeu --d.p a,.r iet;, .
in the council room a he time an Ca(I' d It, .'i -gt':.: f'iud.

the growing demands of their trade, therefore did not vote on the motion.
Of course, every department is in Comptroller Morgan's Report.
the hands of competent men. and tlie The comptroller u!):nit ed the f ;-
class of work that is turned out is in
every way of the very best order.
The horseshoeing department is an GET POWER
important aijunct to this enterprise The Supply Comes From Food.
They are prepared to shoe a greaT If we gSu power froom .foI, why nod
n.any horses and mules and all thi strive to gt L p tirh p f". why r w
work is dione 'uder an absolute guar- srhat is oto passiiTl b,:,. or ,ki :,-
antee. I. clexte- e foed thai (x: fit.A
The contract for shoeing the city' requrem o tha. (:......lv i t;,(
..lock was awarded to these people lati Poor fue l makes a p- ii a ay.
Monday. There is no doubt that the poo r fi el sno a ....
iry's interests will ,be in good hauds poor lire not a go .,' t :hn pr; L t'c"
while the Ci:y Ca-ria Shops hn,' From not knowing. iH,. to it-c"
vhrsage Shops hnct the right food to lit my n-T .4:, I suTff
led grievous.y for a hlai. rn"I ,r
Mr. J. G. Hilliard. who serve:, in t' ed stomachriv ubs" wri a l l.<.
carriage bu-:ness with hi4 fa h!r. he, a li:ach town iin M, -. .
late .1. M. Hi!liard. is an expert, anJ a l on M ,
"tr e j".m'i t i ': '
his work is :oo we!l known in l'Pn-. ab to fbi o't ts 1> 1, I i '.a
la to need ca'nra.nt. .as e "t fi o -t t'. m Plii a i.: '
waq Ouest a:, e. lar.:i ; c.i:':-r' ad
BLACKWATER LUMBER CO. I rcou'dca: would s' s --x n i': .
r -c'rl, aga,.IP.p g:t' n i 'ti'art-b'mr-. *i
COMING TO PENSACOLA fille. n:y spomach ,' a. I ,
Another business concern is cor.- tlinner aid th::.in r I" li .....

ine to Pensacola. Th,- Blackwater
Lt's.,ber Co of Bagdal, has ,sld is
,u,:iness and The Jouriail is given to
"" lcrstand that the nii". owners w'l
trovr the pint to :hlt city. It has
.' m j nir ',:e t. learn the nam'0 of
'"N pu:rchasr. ,r arny other of the dn-'
'a'-'. but :.e annouTconie'nt of tfhe
,nre comes from an authori'a::v,,

te'. k a. ompo:e and, in p y L'ed
"A fcw imon'.ths ,a-,i i \a- pt-:ztia
Te-)~O try ao'N:'ot t.tnd ;it a I
-'ujch I-KI evo'uI u I'.tery
ever Amn-'. I vas a -* .1 :~
--isc Nwit.h wh~cich Lh'-il.Ii"~
-1 To b l *,it-j sz,, I:.-' Afl

soure. t'np!-: a-an. .y-n:pto :s. in'C heart--,'t:.
the inla,-i fe -i;ng which Zave me .o
TO THE TRADE. r,.!ch pain dis:ipt)'-r,'l. My V.e' 2
On account of quarantine, we will gradually in:-reap from '-s to 116 lb)...
not undertake to establish a branch my fliure rounded out, my s:rce .'h
house in Pensacola until same is re- Came back, and I am now able to .')
evoked. We will make all oil and' my housework and enjoy it. The
rain shipments from Mobile. Ala. Grape-Nuts i r)d dii it. Name given
Same wil.: o forward pronmp'ly. Seni by :'-stum Co.. Ba::t- C:'-eek, Mich.
us your or-dr's for high grade oils. A ten das trial w'.I sh')w j. o,.-
PURE OIL CO., I some fact-; about food.
Slser:tim. J. F. Davis, Agt. "There's a reason."

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The a-sts--sn;:' :o.) as ap
the .e ir'd 'i 'of q.l.a ::' :n t w
by the council.
The ordinance r, n 'ring
tagons 'o ca-rry sca'ls wa
every aid '_ un voting for
Al ::' a:. C.hn .in.rolduct
It'. it r, r,- ':.n '0 aicen
wh:ch emlira..es a number
j en-:. In the matter of circu


Grew Miss Wilson's Hair




(Contiued From Page Three.)
'Turner for refunding of taxes, your
committee reports that the amount of
taxes were legally collected, and that
action upon our part recommending
the refunding of the same, would e.-
tablish a precedent we could not con-
.Iot-1 l- _1i rt fn,,


Danderds Is So Exhilarating,
and strengthening to both the hair and scalp that even
a 2. bottle of It is often enough to show wonderful Im.
profements. Itatonoe imparts a sparkling brilllane.y
and velvety softness to the hair. and a few weks' nie
will cause new hair to sprout outt ail over the sc:lp, and
grow abundantly, long and beautiful. U'.w It everyTV day
for awhile, after which two or three times a we-.k wll
be enough to complete whatever growth you desire.

photographh of
8728 64th Place, Chicago.

. Sept. 7T. :.
icl, ity of Per-
find statement of
for the month .
statement th-,
dse a n uip iriiv
debt ')n A, gus'

64 87
1, I" 8'
1,ti 50
468 o

3') 94!, iS

45'- 1.

72 o)
954 7.) i9, 32679

'ST IM.~

1 4714i

NOW at all druggists, in three sizes, 25 cen%"-
80 cents and $1.00 Iper bottle.
FREE To show how quickly Daudel'e acts, we
FRE twill send a large sample free by return mail to
any one who sends this advertisement to the K lewften
Dandiere CO., Cimicago, with their name and address
and ten cents in silver or stamps to pay postage.

street shows, variety theatre, opert
houses. In some instances license;
are raised while in others they are
lowered. The "fre' and easy" class
of vatuoevile, usually run in conjun':
tion with saloons, corms in directly
under the band, as the new ordinauc
fixes the licenses up to $2,500 per
year. The ordinance also fixes tne
veterinary surgeon's license at $5.00
and that of the osteopath at $10.00.
The ordinance was put on its second
reading and will come up for final
passage at a special meeting to be
be held Friday at 12 o'clock m., Sept..
Alderman Reilly introduced an or-
dinance to provide for the levy of ad
valorem taxes for the year 1905. 'his
was put on its second reading.
The council then adjourned.



(Continued from First Page.)

D. Agala, 605 South Baylen Street.
Ben H. Thomas, 529 East Govern-
ment Street.
Geo. W. Pryor, Jr., New City.
Suspicious Cases.
It is expected that some of th-'
cases now under suspicion may velop into full fledged fe er cases. One
t. frnm +k^ IT l A roveni

42 .0 The following additional amounts cutter Hamilton This ha been diag
51,- 1,. 5 are reported for the fund being raised nosed as malaria. There was a re
for the family of the late J. FL Per- port os the streets to the effect that
tuc, who was a victim of yellow fever: this wal a ver/. magtant case .hu:
1,10S3 L,. & N. Brihi'-e force .... ......$ 8.00 such report only goes to show to what
2, a., Roberts Store. .. .. .. ...... 23.00 length rumors are to be believed.
L. C. Bennett................1.00
19 6 1.scambia Relay Camp ........ 35.00 At Milton and Bluff Springs.
,, Mirs. Monk, grocerie.. ........ 5.00 iFive cases, three white and two
'1 colored, were reported M as tpt~Onl
;31i 4- 2,2.3 $72.00 in Milton, and Bluff Springz reported
one, the wife of the Louisville & Nash.
:" a K ville section foreman at that place.
Oa UFiCERS MAKE Dr. Anderson was sent by the state
0-- ,-s8 health officer to make, an Investiga-
o IMPORTAI NT CATCHg tion of these cases and yesterday af.
ternoon reported that ;hey were very
good cases of malaria. This conclu.
1 721 si'n was arrived at after careful
.1' Early yesterday morning some one chemical and microscopical tests
,, aff-cted an entrance into Mrs. CoIl-; and in them the germs of malaria
:on's butcher shop on West Govern- were rendered ch early visible.
2 5 X mnet Street, probably with the inten- The Sick Sailors.
8a,, tion of committing robbery. The wia- The seamen taken from the Ger-
dow on the BAylen Street side was T s t r h
a 09 br oen the le screent ade was man ship Kaiser are reported as very
.1 0 19 broken and the wire screen wascu ick fOllows. But, the physicians say
away. The thief no doubt got insil, s he will recover for all that They
Sbut could not find what he evident are all young and strong and vigorous
S- *ated, so left, as Uar as is known and it must bea terrible fever that can
S -I75 empty handed. 0'iject thom to Us will.
1,1 Yesterday Officer Ray arrested a.
gro.who gave his name as J. W.i A Good Example.
.3' Cnurh. The authorities, believe that Ben H. Thomas, of The Journal's
t 1.' ha;v'' ite gntilty man, and intimate staff, reported for dul.:' on Tuesday
t'- -1 that iiey nave ample evidence to con- afternoon, but stated that be was not
ov i v Church. I feeling well. He compialned of a
at1, His capture was brought about by! headache and th,- offlee instructed
the iact tua' a lady who lives over, him to go home Immediately and con-
s:.,; ;i. g grocery stor, which is located on sn:t a ,ocror.ir. He lil so and today,
S he Southwest corner of Bayien andi althout;h hi.s nanw appears in the list
Y July G ovc tnnin tt Shrets was awakorned'of new case:, he- has taken the fever
, y the fire alarm. While she was o0 I In hand in time,, and wt;!, it is hoped,
:.. 1, her porch looking for the location of, escap-, a severe case.
,Ot 9s.13 the fire she ot..4erved the negro stand-, Mr. Thomas bad only ten days pre
;2 Z"21'Y),S ling by the, window. At first she pai.i viou., re'iirned fr:,m his vacation in
.. but little attn ion to him but finally the north.
.... f 2.,5 97, she noticed that evwrytime some m.i,
*......... would approach the negro we'oil walK, The Detention Camp.
...... 1,2 1 ) leisurely a ay an d return aoa:'a when It is learned I ha- t:-' '. n'i..l
S. the coiii'rs was c' an. -'-T:,; n'-ar \T"' ' ,
M'.,i ;AN, Yesterday wh'-n .he heard 'h't h"' i-h.d. lDr. Byrd has received eI
1ii1 Uliht -'iih h O'n U UIh ',U n 'n rJi'tnI nL t t'I

rt riq oftii'.er s io aja uecm be n aro n into
o-r:s of th .E r-a!l.-d ihe Ircini'ient of th,. nigi:T
S .,-fr
' inan1'W \ ti],n the officers questioned her
f,'r a i'-cription of the negro sh'
sment. ;'d give but little, satisfaction a1s
1)(-t thowv.' :t lhad noL pad nich attention to
uif 1 e,'cs hl'-n. She remner-ibcre-, however, that
,r on ni Mr. Mann, whom hce re-cognizcd, had
S-; ea I5sse- bv: the -tore and she saw h.n
ii. y.;- look at the negro vpry carefully. Th-J
officers sought Mr. Mann, and obtain-
,',! from him an accurate description
,f the suspicious negro, and in a few
.$7,2 ;i.11 :ours Church was arrested answer-
r.g to ever' detail of the de-r :ption.'
.. 4127') When searched, a large bunch of
keys was found upon his person, and
7;.!01. *b' the officers believe that Church is ani
.$3.245.210 o1 d hand at that game. One of 'h,
i."ys in the bunch opens the troun
.. 550.417 door of the butcher shop very r ai:::.-'
but it is thought that he d!,i :', i,'-
$11,477.4-. tempt to enter the front door n .-
)proved I:.- count of the arc ight at th,- c .,i' r
as adopted I which iluminates all the front of trb
- a;l I e Church said he lived in Mobile n-d,
is pastel!, that he had not been here lonz. H.-
it. became very in'solent when questioned-
ed an or- by the officers and his rranners exem-'
r' taxes pl.iy those of the professional burglar.
of amen-i- He will have a trial before Judge
s licenses, Laney this morning.

r1j, lirst ;n*,a,11;':',C ,i Ik:.-: .
lfi exp'~cte~l on 'ina


Pensacola Dyeing, Clean.

ing and Pressing Club.
is the piare *o .--u'l yo'ir clowhes- 'o be
Dy.d, Cianed. Pr'.-ol ,Or Re paired.
They are now in: a --,: ) .ir.- l
,, j'lr work ri-)rc ( .f-f. ..aa ever.


Phone 675.


No. 11 North Palafox Street

Low rates at Soirhern
rooms and board.

Hotel for


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to '.
P *" . :i '

.?' .* ., s tat (he infer 'tn is wide
,'* ,' -' ,- 11 !'. h,. c'' which fact
E FOUND. ,3,1 ,' l ;',': ',. p:-ca; it ia
r:t :-; T ; ..' and conceml-
ra is <' .' .. :1n'1'! 'o in-
;a4i -- iu '5 : a n : i-t' the au-
V V .-... :.- '.f' 'f e 1 for,.
S : .. of yeio
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.- , ,.'.. *i '\ :, r. ; Tr:.i. t th n
i. \ san tul
for melt i-
'V' "' "- .* :, i FI : .? :.y recoga l:-
Store. C ir.
Parlcr. . v : t c', hours
Stand. '" f rv f'vr pa
e. '' -' .. ', ":. pushed. it
n' l f;;" Aft r

__"'_- ''": '*'o ., m' t, eo:i, of "r' chance '
h i1no 'he r'.'- it.
C n ; .. ', ( Ste Health Officer:
!on.p :o'' '" ;' tlt the citizens 0:
ions. ,a. in a ,"half of their wive:-',
:* ,, < ,r ,," ' ." t 'm" ,l',lves to heed this
S, n v awakecf'l from -leep!
io r- of the morning--
' '' .. "" ' 'V; tn h"t' 'o" sun-rise-
.' .'". ""C feeling" reoad-
S '' -,!Pren'p-s of mus-
., . *,,' ', i ;- I1 t '(l' r di.;iress e'
V ',, i mnach." at on,'c-
S" f.:' ph;, :in. Io .

... your doctor
S';re o your 1.1-

iif -,I z:-- pi*-~tI off--Senri ll

U. -'tic ato l'at ~nor any3,

e'erc fllo-ess. if not

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,,.ii ,- ', \: e g ,,u of w illf',i ;
."- .--.r. x a' -'i, : oIn Ini'reat-
;, .: .,,'.. v ;'v,,:- ,h;ri, .'i',iut the city,
4 .'.: :, 1 aerial f)or infecting a
:-' i Tr';'..!'' r of mIosquiit.oes.
Ti', I', ofn affairs i ; presented to
.;i. 0ci';zni of Pensacola. Will you
, I '.I nrT *] every one of you give
S,-cpcrat;'-e a

'rucii n protmnll- y reporting cases
f i.'ne? scre'rn4ing homes, fra-
n:l:" ft;r.ia:irg and insisting
T' Nour s;ek ones shall re-
n a,". uni"'a m~i n squV:')o net wh o I for an:, kind of f< ve-, or will you
I '- inie t o!>srnict by concealment
(,f !- idir The i:orleal excuse of
', ;c afraid of the disease.' en-
; a ":the(,irs to dc, so, neglecting
;"'cai;t: "'. and worse yet. persist in
'I'.ry*'"m7 ti existence' of yellow fever
i, l '-ac *'1.?
Sta' Health Officer.
The's statement fr expl;.ii. forof'fl, and reasonable, and
n' citizen who ;asz his own or the putb-
I:c Vint'res's a* slake will refuse to act
*;pon the advice contained therein.
When y:t- feel ill, report that fact
'nirr-eiat 'ly to a physician. A refusal
o ,:o i>t r.-ry jeopardize not only your
,wn life L': the lives of your neigh-
or as well.

The Journal Printed DOuW
ing August, 1905, a
Total of


S a .. or an average
a :: ' ~" ': ,,"e ;;.eas-

*'V to th various
n '.' .ctned with a OAI.y
' 's exp: ,The following figures show The Pen-
can e:-i t, -;,,,.! an.: the ,'xp'n- sacola Journal's circulation for each
di':::vs c V:fin, I,' "hem xcluslveVy. day during the month of August, 1905,
TLet.. .:!' pub'v.'\. as 'o all oin:ribu- w,th the average number of copies
tors and the amounts of their con'ribu- daily: August 16 4,
tons. the an'August 1 4.350 August 1 4,0
thon Vth "T' nr August 2 4.400 August 17 4,800
ten ,' ,-,".'"," 'f 'x -.,:' r<.s. a ugust 3 4.335 August 18 4,800
large : ,' 1 :' car:'upion August 4 4.400 August 19 4,00O
fund x \. p;:<~-,' aay'. August r, 4.350 August 20 5.250
6t 6 5,000 August 21
SA,..ust 7 ..... August 22 4.800
Dr. Porter s Appeal August 8 4.500 August 23 4,800
August 9 4.600 August 24 4.650
to thc Public. 10 4.500 August 25 4,800
In I;' : \N i.- ' T-. Ags;St 11 4.625 August 26 4,800
n & '' T .. August 12 4.625 August 27 5,200
na ;J .s. t 13 5.000 August 28
Colu:0 r ,- '`.:n : -7 ": u-t -'4 .... August 29 4.800
-a:', : '' k August 15 4.500 August 30 4. 00
S... ...... .... August 31 5.000

"1. i I IT' :

k~k. 'Fm

T! -. nuwnpl' :of. a wzzc':'b"i

of i..T dIav th"e 1 uns:. larly

TctaI for the on"th......127,335,
Average per day.. ...... 4,w
Sr-y '-'y :ha -- ha abovestate-I
SE.Cnt 1 trrect according to the rec-
, -as on fit, in thi.; ofl e.
Circulation Mgr.
?r,"- to an,' qib.;',bl before me
,,:s *,si day of Auguuta 1906.
Notary Public.


U..e In.ai I I I IfIal

seemed to conquer an impulse as hneset I il-:ate tne iiit -,o i ti uipu p tir i,, ,,'1. y, ,. y
his teeth hard and maintained his dis- .i ; iy infectr.ed mosquitoes as early as possible af'tr the for?1i '.ly of f-ver.
ciplined immobility. It was a flagrant Plphuit bhired in an iron pot is the surest way. and if uirpd in proper ouani'ty
nsultini the very face of the army and At a meeting of the Orleans Parish MTI ';,al so,, ,.-. *.Vt, : t,,- :; 2 1.2, 10,. will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an aver.a- rornm i, ,ft-
insult in the very aceof the army and Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society "; iti, N ,v ;: -. i :!.', ,:,.- ;* the room bo closed: more accurately, ttwo poun it o' slph'!r to 1. 00
a gro Injustice, but Skobeleffendured ties imposed upon trained nurses, and ot!Lr p r-tii 'i- ; v' ~ c:'r of pa.'e is estimated by sarl'a,-y authorities; and o ne pound of
it in a proud silence, of yellow feyer patients. In consequence of i,' I. ;,i a, I k, :!.U, ) knovl c. l powder to 1.000 cul)ic feet will sufflce to stupify the mo iquitoes. 'I
The time soon came to that gallant the mode o0 transmission of this disea-e !%y ; !i, ,i ,j \ i.. .: ,s will fall to the floor and rho.:hd :,I ,collecit'd and burnt. Two
and brilliant soldier when he could af- A brief synopsis of the elementary *-':s 7 ,o:n, with ',ilh)w f;. uar.-,' fumianiation with sulphur is quite si-i, at in ordinary cases. hbe
ford to be magnanimous. As the cam- prophylaxis and a statement of the nur's .'- i:v i ;',"' i,, :Vi .s pAign progressed he distinguished him- which he had utilized In his teaching, and iuhmi:n d "l : S.'ci-y aret p(u.i aIbo; the room will d.':mnish their unpleasantness.
self again and again, so that his name lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as foro,.vs: The fumigation should be done in the morning, so that the' room will be
became a synonym In the army for f r of ,door by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When-
splendid daring as well as for oppor- ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. vei r the condition of the patient will permit- a room adjoining the one
tune skill. ,cr -i"eu i by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepare. for
On Sept. Skobeleff after exploit on 1. Yellow fever may be defined ss an a ,:'. in! ('i(., "r: e di cCeo ;, r',ception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the di in-
explo't devised and led the storm of which is transmitted from the sick to s s'.p.;;p'.! in,,:li':>iu- :!;:, .;h :', f,... room as early as possible after the fourth day.
the Turkish position in Loftcha and agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as kno',vn. ly tb, sin, p (s. the St'i, The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, as well aa screealai.
drove his adversaries out ofthat str omya Fascta, which is the common donm -' r. -t' rn :.- :tt', i f New is now conducted by the Health Authroities, Immediately after notiflcatiol by
drove Ohi adversary out of that stron Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which ei:w foer ;rievails. the attending physician. But in isolated localities or when delay In obtah.
o place r t i tee folowing rniSh at hn 2. The germ or transmissible poison of : ix;w w v'r "xiz.ts in the r'o'd ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must direct the
own dinner table in the Gorni Studen of yellow fever patients only during the li ; !h:o, days of !he i:stase; atr:r- members of the household in applying the prescribed regulations.
headquarters the emperor stood up and wards the patient ceases to be a mena e hto *'I health :' io:' Hence the Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Health
bade his guests to honor with him the importance of recording the very hour when the a';ak fr,.t began. Authorities' in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the presenD
toast of "'Skobeleff, the Hero of Loft 3. The mosquito (Stegomyla Fasciata, :< pioer, z to convey the dis-: epidemic:
eha!" It is not given to many men t6 ease to a susceptible person by its bite ni t!l a' I a,s4 t -ive das have elapoed Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, silver and gilt
earn a revenge so full and so grand a after biting the yellow fever patient. Ti: )::),i ,4 i 'ia ion in the mi' from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metallic nature.
that. quito is the time that is required for the L .ri f t1~! ,!i body of the mosquito and to migrate from 1h ; 1:,!. : iomach to its saiivav, with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush.
-UNSHINE glands. The United States Army Yel!ow Fi ; C:, '.iili:o.i fund, in l'i.i. Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after tber
I know the whole crowthat in Cuba this period varies fr~n tw(:e ila;s. n te I: ,mmer mn roughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture ani closets.
I know th whole crowd o young fel- to eighteen days and over, in the cooler wi.: e-r i.,eason. The room should be closed and made as tight as possib:W by stopping ail
lows, 4. After Incubating the yellow fever pzrm in its body during the per.,l openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows and
Who travel the run through above specified, the Stegomyla is ready it ;ran.smit th- di.sea.e du ing !the doors.
And some are all laughing' ana' smilin, entire period of its natural life, which may (xvnd ov, r I.'1I da. provided t'he Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
While others are robed in a frown- in-ect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Waitir R"",id .a:s abi, to innoculato them with a paste made of flour.
But the eneo that does business. I no- yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven i;, l.!. r;' eras with ano':eer The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot. flat sk!let preferred. ani
tice, 101 days old. [Note-According to Agramon e t .-0.:mS:, a Fasc;ata in Itavana this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle with about
No matter what may be his line, can only be coaxed to bite until four days o'. \iih in Louisiana, say. an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must be taken to
INo the man who pours out with each Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twor.'yv-for hours after emerging w-om ard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set fire to
measure athe pups case. It was believed, at one t:niu. hn t: (1) tie females of Steg- the house.
ma "bonus" of bubbling sunshine omyla must be impregnated before they will hirt: 12) that the female, after' The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and llgh'ingit.
A bonus of bubblingsunshin biting once, does not appear to bite a second time. or a- e as- until flve or The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then r"pen.l up
I'm not much for reading' nor learning seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that 'he S:ezomy:as in Louiislan and we,: ventilated.
Nor copyin' wisdom from books; that have been isolated and reared apart from the ma;e will bite promp-ly NOTE--To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
I ain't suck on new fads, nor fash- and frequently. Probably after they have ,igestod their blood meal, and. lika the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the amount
ions. Anopheles, within three to five days after. of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 5"0,
Nor wearing' tight shoes for their 5. A period, varying from two to five days. usually e:,apse after thl bite' and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
looks: of an Infected mosquito before the symptoms- of yellow ',r xv i' develop itI Take. for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
Ju-t jamming your house full of money the human subject. (This Is the lncuba'ion period of yedow0 ti,ver, andi V would multiply 1&xl xl0, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 500 and you
MJay seem to this age a good sign, United States Army Yellow Fever Commission f"':. i:i: in :i1;e-n ca'e:4 v il" have the amount of sulphur required, vis: 3 pounds.
But I b'leve in the old-fashioned doc- of experimental yellow fever obtained by thn it:.,-, of To-il to es it varaedi ____
trine from forty-one hours to five days and FevetP:,.' n to :irs. after inoculationn)
Of filling your heart with sunshine. 6. From the above, we gather that i1 -n 'I.':: -':euramyia Fasioata hite n -
a yellow fever patient within the first th:c :',- s tof 'h dsea-,a it will have
The worla has gone mad over gainin'- to incubate the poison in its body from I :. .to eizhteen days (incubati nn
The preache-' are carpin' at trusts- period in the mosquito); then. if it bites a sir-cpttlhIl person at the exp:ra-1
Therich :.!n'7 content with the center-, tion of this time. two to five days must e'ap-s for Ti> n:.ceape to manifest it-
They rah and thLey fight for the self in the bitten person. Therefore, ina tirating the probable spread of
cru' .s- fellow fever from a single individual to th,, su -.ptblh persons In his env'-oio.
The palace is dark, damp and dingy, meant, a period of at least twenty-six dayt ni m;t he :oowedI :o elapse befor-
Where shadows and ghost-fears in- the success or failure of any preventive measures d.rce: 1 owar-is the :ie-i
wire: truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In ve)- of t.e fact that sev-a ral
WV'hie the co: of the poor, humble days may elapse before a mosquito infected ff:om the firn-t ca-c may L; i M
peasant susceptible person, this period of observation should eop it-it rod to thirty i
Is bright waih the rays of sunshine. days. which is the time given by the health a nho"iti,' '" N-w eOr'eans in the,
present epidemic, to determine if a focus wmil ((develop frm: an infected case By A. CONAN DOYLE,
Would I bartr the light for the dark-after ts first appearance in a given local. Author oTh Adventure
Would I give up my life for your The Stegomyla Pasciata cannot cenv :.- ,-'llow fov,-r during thr time "The Hound of theb Bukerrale." a The .$o InLTRAT D
Vould gI ve up my life for your that the poison is incubating In Its body t xe!ve, 'o 'igtne n ltays). It mT-i oftheTFour.DAstudyltSiter."ie SY r STEKU 2
ould I aie preept and anood bite freely and repeatedly during this period!. hut its; L:,e i inn'.iioois; neither,
Would I satars whe precept and manhood? does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the b:iten person.
No still let me live free and simple, 8 Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by femites (I. e. article!
And practice is teachings divine, or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fxever patients or NOW RUNNING IN
To on practice heart dark with r- their immediate surroundings ) Hence the disinfection of c!nthing,. bed !!n
row or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
To l oThe Sunday Journal
With the blessings and light of stn with the sick is ur neeorUY. | i | a1o on l
shine. 9. The bodies or cadnvera of the dead from y.'hhow fever are incapable of
-Kenneth Bruce, In Four-Track News. transmitting the dieae unless death occurs within the iirst three days o I

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READ STORE ADS. Calght 'In the Hotel u l p s. The one great rule of
St n a s wo health-Have daily movements
poor, nor a doctor who Is sick,"o Lobbies of Jacksonville of the bowels. And the one great
a vtore that has not enough enterprise medicine-Ayer's Pil!s, Ayer's
t. advertise-for that would imply too Pills. Sold in all parts of the
little enterprise to have secured teslr- (Prom The Times-Unlon.) !Pillsoworld fr 60 years. 'r
able goods. c "It looks to ae is though the entire Alachua Is today the biggest cotton
"We h, sl t uir. suamfcient state iras to be voted dry, and that the center in the state, and the Sea Island
strtgUth to bear the misfortunes of fellow who likes his 'toddy' will have v : iety raised there is the finest grown
cthera.'btto is whye ado not hesi- to get the ibgredleate by express and in the south. In past years the cot- the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only If mosquitoes are allowed to
tate to take advaatage of a "laughter do his own mixing," sid Major 0. P. ton of that section has haas a distinc-: bite the body before decomposition has set in.
sale tor a "forced ale "of a local Healy of Volusia yeteroy, as he was tive value over that raised elsewhere 10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
st Or a ced t a lounging on the broad piazza of the and Mr. Halle believes that the same vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
-- Aragon. will be the case this fall. 11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as It always is. by the h.te of the
Let the adbrttlements decide which "Every now and then you hear of a ---Stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of tihe disease.
shall be your "shopping days." Make wet or dry election, and when the re- "It is really remarkable the number
your schedule subject to change if you turns come In you Oab hear the casks, of Floridians that you meet in New Duties of the Tralned Nurse.
find a chance to save a few obHarm. hottics and barrels falling over each York City." said Mr. Frank Cullens or
"-c ether with a clicking of glass and now the Windsor Hotel, who has recently; NEW DUTIS AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED
S"Financing a home" -e too big a and then a dull thud. They are all go- -eturred from the national metropolis. NEW DUTI AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAIN
task for "the average man" unless the ing down in the state. Nassau coun- "Another thing about it,is the home- NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER. IN CON-
wife buys, always, in the light the ty. offered' the only discordant note to like air that all of them assume while SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
advertisements give her. the general song of the temperance there. I met at least thirty of my SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
advocates of Florida." friends from Florida, and all of them*
A reduction of living expenses is Others seated with the Major and equivalent to a raise of salary-hence who entered into the general discus-' at a fast clip. but with that easy andl fever In the light of present. accepted. know'ed-o uir-nls w "' 7- f. r.
your wife, by studying the ads. may slon Wpressd the oqinlon that the graceful air that has made the Flor;- earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is tranmr' v v :r -
practically raise your wages. time was coming when there would be dian noted in New York. They are quitoes. and that it is her duty to prevent the lamislsion of A. .... <,,. t'
'but five countles-ihcambla, Nassau, iall pretty good livers when they get the sick room and tc destroy them prompt-y if tey sho,;hl lin,! ;.,r way
An ounce of "know" Is better thas L'uval. Hillsboro and Monroe-where" up that way, too. You see them at thierein.
a pound of "guess," and the woman the county tax collector could call for the Marlborough. the St. Deni. the 2. That as the inseparahil attendant at the t .'wsid o' to,- .:. -*.4
who reads the ads. "knows things" liquor license on October 1 an,' take in IAstor and the other leading hotels. must co-operate with the physician in the flacha"ge of h is fio't' ." ; -'a--
about what goods should cost. a few hundred from the dispensers of This struck me. on my last trip, as In- dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this cap-a)ac!'y ,n : r,,.
"booze." hren then the temperance dlicating a pretty prosperous condition ly the most efficient and Iriporiant san!tar'. rgent in preveniit :.*' '),pre. I
SKOBELEFF'S REVENGE. reope will not give up the fight until of affairs blwn this way." of yellow fever in infected loalit,;. Upoin her ;ntl';i.(t a;".: .L'..> t
they have proposed a constitutional -- 'he mode of transmission of this disease, her ,:sonal s n it f -,;*i aa
1e Way the Runstam Oeneral Re- amendment to rule all faloons out of It is not only Colonel Small of n n-Immune) and the protection of t e family and the o'n-l:e i,,'.-*,l of
paid the C"ara' Insult. h!h,) slate. It was certainly the opnt- Br:inswick who is roasting and tos i i p.tiient, (especially if these are not im:,u: ') iarg.'iy. if i ('i:tr,,;v
During the IRuso-Turkish war the ion of the group that the temperance lng Dr. Brunner of Sav:nnaih. "There d,.p1nds.
day after the passage of the Danube sentiment in Florida is growing. r.' others," and one of the otherst"', 3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the :ros- mnallina:i .' : . ver
had ibeu made good the emperor of apace. l'as camping at the Windsor yes;t'- patienz is innocuous and absolitly harmless t, ,.en he ,.: !'e .*
Russia crossed the river to congratu- --y--. -He was from Atlanta, a travel- no n- Tntnne, if the proper precautions are taker, to proven" t,:, .c ; e t
late and thank his gallant soldiers. In "Lumber is piled upon our dock.i "ng man wibl o~t'r or five large sam- mosquitoes to the patient's person.
front ofa long, mastlriv line formed on ,rany ,fet high." said Captain J. W. pll cases adl a our thirty package: 4. The greacst freonm f p .'~mal intact and ir:," or may '-r,
the slop beIlow SiNtova, Awaiting thUle Hlowll collector of customs for Fr- of r 4 hot inlglnation. lie hact gotine fore be permitted hbe'weer. the ell'w fever sick andi r. xw .. ,; ::. k
coming of the ret whit czar, stool naiidina, str:'ay. "The fact is, the i against Brunmr, an:' Brunner hal room. and provided the Innoculation of nosq, ito04 i h ting _t, ,pa: e:
Drgomiroff, YolchrIne and Skobeleff, owners off sailing veasels do not care int him N,,y 1k thea, I' '"ring the first three days of the disease, l, absoi l iy pret',,.l.
the three neral who ad been the to risk the elements at this time of the .The mission of a trained nurse is not sarisfa rnp a
raleadr h eeftnera, who had been th. year, and charters have been raised ; ) ;i nI1 ,,rr i ges f patient s-fcring from ary kind f fev r. in io.'.'.,- ;ln' 1 ',on '1
leader of the successful attempt, about 23 per cent. But after the (all Ia n; .' 10 :',a:ih "I, in' ;t, p piovter, who is confidcl to hrr care. is al'loev'r to) hi' 'i,.in ). a ts',i .T--
,i" te..-rg.i.e v e rif t oeo tr p reo, n ot to h r c a r e alo w tr Mt' I i n!.,V a n n q 'n ,
Dragomroff, the divisional corn- gales have passed and charters go i "bl, Jsiflc's hi.- for acw. even if tho f-ver iprov no t to b.M ye low ftver M.%.-,I') n an*Ps are nno,-:nn'
mander, the emperor enihraced and down. there will be great shipments ;l tnusin s here for low, and. h'imfdul even if nol infective to the paientv and" ni t he loowkI upon
gave him the eross of St. (eorge. He of y ll.)w pine from Fernandna." s an evidence of n.elect, if he shows evid-nces of em, shook liands warmly wih Yolh'hine, the If ernandina has thirty-three to thh'ty- ,t s notnh )onlyrnner mpan No nurse can consider herself a trained 'el: w f 'v r i,".2,', brigade commander, and ave im, too. fve fe~t of water, and anything that., a i.' ,' ( iat (' has n.!o h1erelf thoroughly fa miliar with the wapn wpn wh 'i .n.-t
a St. George to add to the decorations I c'nas this way gets Into that port. (-ris of 9w) ar a',, liwa found ex- experience have given her to effecutvely protect her non. in''-ctel I ';* n
which this cheery little warrior bad The hpmnts of phosphate re ot r r r ution wh those peron who are dependent upon her knowledge and ,xertlons for safety
been gathering from boyhood in tlh luite as heavy from 1ernanc'ina a Ih, fever brkn out in S,'oth. Central from the infected.
Caucasus and central Asia. Then the they were before Port -Inglis was estab-.otm
Caucasus andshed. but there Is a great deal of the ( r Nrlh An 'rica. Thve have beent 7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurs? must learn to
emperor strode to where Skobeleff v,alth-producing rock shipped from d";ng so for many ear. and will al- handle in protecting her patients are:
stood, and men watched the little scene there now. -', s contln to adnop the extreme (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient in His Bed.
With Interest, for it was notorious that p,. .r .t s:wo,,,r u ... Wounln't 1. The netting of bars must have mishes fine enough to prevent the
.kobeleff was in disfavor with his sov- th r, h, a throwing up of hands 'tnd a passage of mosquitoes.
ereign, and yet of him the camps were 1 r. .T. C. Haile. of Alachua, a memr- .' i.',p.ri. ,f t-e i ;ft a strange st;g- M quitos can bite when an par of he
riging wlth the terv of ^ I 'dter of that large family of Alachua or 1:i .% '11i '!'' f Brouhi -' Mosquitoes can bite Tnroih moqu..to nes when any part of tbe
rining with the stery of his conduct that large ait of A larhl uan 1 < n 1 patifs body Is n cont t with the netting.
of the reviou morin' protit o(it of farming during the past., -.' and tn!it the \. P. A. riots i; 3. Frequent examinations should be mae to soee that there are no o+nr
Would Alevauder maintain his urn- h'pe
Would Alexander maintain is um- thirty years, was at the Duval Hotel. vi- y,-a:. ,. T': health laws places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a ln'leing i'..il.
brage or would he make it manlest .svtcr.lav. "Cotton is corning in fas. (; .rien ..! tev;i:,;t i on the lines The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mPosquit)oe from
that it had been displaced by Skobe- T,, v. but we will not have the crop _;s :1oul Fl, r!!a ;:ai;t harkl of heatIh t c inea'g.
left's heroism. For at least :a minute tlar we had lest year. But there is no lax.-' 0 [ ;, h,, v..v if a f,'-w living .5. If mosquitoes are found within the net i. they sho:,l be kIllel in.
the czar hesitated as the two tall. great complaint, for the farmer,' i a ': ,:, : I .. ~ tois )i. f'.r: far th- ide. not merely driven or shaken out.
proud, soldierly men confronted nech around Alaehua are doing real well, 1ay t(!I ; ,i a;O"- 'ht' cnn,' f All cases of fever sho"u!d le pro m ,i, r pr,' t ,o the physician;
other. You could trace in his eounte- ad will make Considerablo money p. i t,, k at I I# l!y h',, Cm- awaiting hi arrival they should be cover' x i'h a mq,., poar'. This is par-
nance the struggle between disapprov- this fall. There are now about 1,000 pI1 xN;. 1h he 1-, wh,,o: h ir. ,t ticlRi, important in dealing -ith mil.! toverC. al and apprecIation. I :. s of htst year's crop In the big I'm' rp: : :p l ,'.y ch:anr ~ 'r b r .< e',ln in localities liable to infection with yellow fovr. Th(, lis.ase man-
It was tohn ever, and the wrong wary W'reho1sO at Alactua, and the season ',,: ',n -"? e '':: i;l i.- s itself in such a mill form in infantile and early childhood,. hat it l.
for Skobeleff. The emperor frowned. w.il soon be actively under way."'": ,:'';' ;i IV,: '-.:,,. to escpe recanitlrin. On account of the v'a:n rneldne:y of :he Thamt-
turned short on his heel and strode ab-t _____ the usual precautions are not taken and the mnoqfe.-nes are able t"
raptly away without a word or a gos- r .pr'ai ho disease without molestation. The mid or unrecon.;ed cases are,
ture of rgreting or recognition. A tinn T EJ TRAN SM ISSION OP r hi rson, th<' most dangerous, from a saniaury point of view.
of strong prejudices, lie was not .vet (B) Screens.
able to exercise from his mind the cal- All opening~ leading to the sick clamber should h sarp -epd. Outtrle
umnies that had blackened to him the YE LLO W FE V A N D of hosplta'.s, ,'re scr'ons are net usually avatlab)l and pr. :v..,nal sre'rns
character of Skobeleff. V an ,eC Sad of bobbinet or ch.ese cloth, which can be tacko" or otherwise
That officer, for his part, flushed r scored to the openings of the sick room.
scarlet, then greew deadly pale and H O W TO N U SB IT (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
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twewtg s la text of the veto o
tme it Crow erdtname by Mayo
M as preseate to the city oounc
ea night:
T Mayerwe Vefh
Peunseooml f, Bept. 7. 1905.
I M ooratl e Boalerd of Aide
am, City of Pensacola
et.mUme8;--I nave before me ta
"rdMiance pd sed at the last regular
meeting piniditag street car con
Via"s to fornih separate cars, or d
vateas in ears, or other provision
Ufr 0 g1raat1la of white sad coloi
Te presence of yellow fever In ou
dity, aa the aot of o tra worI
* that be bee involved upon me a
-p, veted me from oomsidering thi
ordinance until the present time.
There is no question n my mind a
to the eonstitutloalty of the separa
ton of white from Colored passengers
This matter has been thrasbhed ove
In the courts a number of times, an
he@ been passed upon by the Suprem
Yellow Frvwsan dMalari Gem
Are instantly kI;led by the use of esli
rops of Sloan's Liniment on a tea
spoonful of sugar. It Is also an ex
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-_iam- race. I d no tr so w cone it. to get better employment au earn <
coaoretd race. I do not so consider it. more money for her support. He TH P OP BANK OFs PENSACO L
When a law is enacted separating t'e and that It will meet the approval )f~f*.. lived in a number of towns in Ala- P Vw B
races In the street cars. this law says our population. I do not think there l1 XO s bama and his native pco Isnear ; t--, 4e, W. DO& R C
to the colored man, we give to young is any question but what the street WvVlet Vur Appeite main d hi nati pla aI near A. De K.lRT A. W Jo
the same riebts In this car that we car company would fall in line, and TRANSACTS A 6010 I.BAA&G DUWK
gOie the white race. You have your put it into effect Immediately, and I and then COlme to THREE JURORS CURED YOU A 0001NT IS RUSPM31I---) --T--
portion of the car just the same as do not bieve that the colored people the Old Reliable.
the white race has its portion of the of the city, led by their most itelli- Of Cholera Morbus with Onne Small M
car. You cannot go among the white gent thinkers would oppose it. but 1 of ChIIn 5ic j_
race in their end of the car, and feel certain that if this ordinance C h mottle of Chamb'rlaln* Colic,
neither can the white race Itanpose should be approved in Its preaent 1 S C l "tdr A .P
upon you by coming Into your end ato form that the street car company 9 Ag C L
the car. You have equal rights, one would not be In harmony with it that Mr. G. W. Powler, of Hightower, ,aa a **
wit th oter.YoupayvAla., relates an experience he S" SteaM,
with the other. You pay your fare the the matter will be fought by both the Ala., relateserving an petitence h StmInA,
same as the white race, you have company, and by the colored people a -Twhmle servn a pettatrdyl t I
your seats and are not obliged, by and that it will be carried up to thee t ur1 murde bs& wet hrI c ty |
cutom or otherwise to get up sad Supreme Court of the Ualted States ft s eat of Cleboure eoInty. Alabeas. 0r* 00s--1% d s a at TaldM.
give your naet to a white person. The necessary, and eventually be declared ue t me He says: "Wil* teroe I mate ne mrov aa W e %WM Wa to 6 f.Sv
law puts both races on an equality so unconstitutional, and in'that event we h ms fresh most &nd 0ome BOnse meat nA
far as trafc is ooneeromed. would have perhaps several years ct always obtaba. it gave me cholera morbus in a very
Cost Street Car Ceo. $10,000.00. litigation at great expense to the city. severe form. I was ever more M l
The setion n th l and we would have trouble in the city, I. n my life and sent to the drug sate -
I e sed ctione last eislate law which would disarrange ontempitd miAll kinds of Fish, Soft Shell for a certain cholera mixture, but the
dugd isteetis trwichs meaMt bte deo C IOSCne NOT ALWAYS A SI a
:I T ~ n?,^perhaps another boycott, addig to C rabsWesternMeat- Lain' Colic, *e Md D
broanugh nfbyottuonath eloalture. hi Remedy instead, saying that 10he hadf$ 9 L
oTh losses of the omanM'y, without any REGULAR DINNERNSERVED DAILY, o this
tion company, wh the manager b a 25 CENTS. was much etter he wld rethe r
claim cost them In the neighborhood endmeoe at T xI as W I
of ten thousand dollars. The lawIf this o1n is r1 sd o m n thle was

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co ested In the courtandwar Would n ot probably cau the aone& Oo A. FRIttY SWC dosPTM t sa a Strt Ph&ad w.
Tr declared unconstitutional because arrangement of ouralo affairs, e y minutes. Vwb ecNd dOse e110 Wcm d6@0 00 a1P .e

of that particular section th. if S eton i lunn petssay loss and ubmi b me entirely B. w t fe161ow jn o L
S the ordinance be ne be a great expense tothS. th. aty. I eBB 11e afffet ea s d In the a mm Maner f* .
tion the ordinancame eaistuc has been er might be Inclined to havable the Myonst. f useptt slineb Alcr fgl ll>eea
boded n different aiuaeht tutiomal test made In the courts by O s1 w"4 ya rsl
bodited snameojct a poa allowing it to become a law, but this
hasdno the ame obe t, and probably course seems to me to be usa-Is,,t ot. ARPEN*TER& C
would ntcrred up t the Bosiutia there is lMte doubt In my mind tiat T"911 RE WFL 39 A SPOAIL 8 u Eir il op
test if crried upto the Sprzen eit is unoonstittIaOnal; therefo% Ir-MEI" PLL e7,.J
OFur oAheUnte.taFR ME ING YEVOF U. If EPK & J.4Rs ~dr tre.Phm77
Cortofth niedStt~.turn the ordinance to theCOuzeil OF A, 7:U P. VMIV4SIUNES Z Pu'eZ4dM**ai S&ns Poe "
The &V d "Setn.wthbout MY apProval. A CBn2-y:0 .W.K NUo
Ian of th~e opinion that if section RespectflllY submitted. MORACEmwwu O&,~d UC
7of the ordinance be expunged that iUh4.A& SLi NAM OwWEW SECLwes.ftmmm L #L
the ordinance Is 0a admirabl, one, M momt ow WSilaesAS

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Ti IV l I u*rirn fnit-W t-e kideys are sick,
T L Lat tea you all about It.-
1 21 1106 is nature's calendar.
THE COU or too frequentacon FATHER IN
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sI aii ys: "My kif ey have bothered me i R
of and o& for years. The secretions an I
.That is Opinionu of lwy is a A ter i atmywor Fatter of UnfortNats Youg
r_ ,back would become lame and sore, a
Wh= J Goesf taAdChoseverely.IprocuredDoan's Oma
ED ATTACK ON THEIM i .. Pills at Sidney Kahn's drug e r at. ,o r b,
ED. A. Tll K N THM I. _rN rer 9, South c Palafox street,,9! Ip!the--
Opi ion. sad while I cannot sy that they cur- Po i dWarrL
The Mobile Herald of Trusa a rAM: ed me, a. I have only used one box. A m .
W mW W AiBy request of Hon. Samuel B. BFowne, they have given me marked relief. I The Montgomery Adverttier Of
U ,--0 judge of the thirteenth judicial Circuit have a friend, a carpenter, who W Sedneday says:te ehemian t e
Messrs. Pillans, the well known altr. swears by Doan's Kidney Pills, and he Stuart Storey, father of Miss Anie. in i t
nes, have given an exhaustive opinlou often told me he considers they are Storey, who has twice attempted sui-h tia Seim
SULPHIIUR CANDLES ofaras they contrue the l r the best e for the back and kid cide at their home hI Pensaola on ac- .tiogratful -Se-sgI
SULPHUR CANDLES, tive to the Baldwin county court neys that he ever Used. Count of compromising rations with Now" and wK
house removal. This frm having no For sale by *ll dealers. Price 50 some man whose name is a mystery to cheois prexai th g
interest whatsoever In the litigation b. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N the police of that city. appeared ye n s" wtiosertap Str,
FORMALDEHYDE LAMPS tween Bay Mine.tte and p, .. mol. Agents for the United States. terday at police headquarters in MSort- hloa
Judge Brown felt an opinion frown Remember the nsme-Doan's-and omery and nqured of the desk s exhilr
them might give enlightenment on the take no other. geant ihe was wanted for any -f "Th Bty but btle eacliety at the Brewry
subject matornetts review t lengthtorey has been cha d by Ape THE AMERICAN BREWINO CO. s
their opinion, a number of decision s CI TY LIoAB L FOR M on a. ev r. t
In cases similar to this, all of whichCI LIB L- ahervi .ft
As iil / le th-'y construe the summing up h, ri re1. o the MoT*tgomery . I .k I' 09 1K, S , P .
tend to uphold the opinion of JuLdgeTrIih r n KaItI1iLLo
EL l I I/IE, Brwone that Daphne is and of right -'ivinofatI
under existing conditions, should bi i. t! vb,.., q.a.. "
.. .the proper plate for the holding o! aty
court, it being the county seat of BalI. !The Jacksonville Tin.es-Union says. '" 1, a **
win county. "If you don't stop putting loose she,.s he i olle sergeant, Atruck with tne
Bywayointroduto eopiniontingenuous a;itude of Storey, told nwmm No. 5605.
SSTE re aof lntductorv the opinion on the streets of the city, some eon that so far as e Montgomery police H. L. COVINGTON. Prident M.. CLARK. Cahi
1I reals A hs:m .. .will surely sue the city for damages, knew he was not hunte: for auy C W. LAMAR. V(ie-?resident JNO PPEIPKR. Ast. Cash
Assuming Daphne to have been -le-i
gally constituted the county seat of;and they can recover, tco. for you have crime. Rumors have been afloat in
__ _. i_ I II Baldwin county as we presume it was' no right to do something which will Pensacoa, it will be remembered, t.na.
(though we have not veriled this: cause injury to the property of an- torey ad been wretchcued d ll of omp
93). then it must have so remaled daughter. He hm.self, riht after tie fPNSACOLA, FLA.
SV until cbanmedb an torthe s tsria. uch was the caution and advice first attempt of the young woman to DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
tare which alone had authority to gTen the Board of Public Works by kill herself had ;iven it out that his Capital Stok, 00, S, 40,000
make such change. Whatever might City Attorney J. M. Barrs, at yester- daughter had been abandoned by her
Cocm wayward husband and this was wh3.t340r%-,lMl,
be our own view o the ct 's meeting o the oard cast her into dejection. Soon after Henry Covin .
apretation 1f the involved ct of eb- The advice was given gratuitously. this he left Pensacola for parts uu- J. M. Peifier. A. Avery,
rry 7, 1901, the supreme court of when a petition to place Myrtle avenue knOWn to those of short acquaintance ryaW Duawudy, O. MUW r, -
the state has determined that ths ih a passable condition was under dis- with the young woman in that city. By. n MasUot,
Oomtof the United States. statute did not affect ex ropo vigore cuson. Monday afternoon d. Bedole a Pak ly W.
There is no quetwlM if my mind as a change in the county seat but only A petition. signed by a number of white carpenter, turned up in tae W. S. Rosasc4j C.A. OSNeal.
t the power of the City "Council to declared that such change should oe, property holders, called attention to office of Dr. W. H. Sanders, Sate T. MoGoari, Dr. W. 1. Hans
PMs an ordinn separating the, cur when a certain condition had been the disgraceful and impassable condi-, Healih Offier, and gae. the Informsa '. F Bra. r. McKeKste Oentk.a
r1"es i' the strt Cars, for Section fulfilled, the existence of whie condl- on of Myrtle avenue. after every rain tPop that orey, very much wanted In C.W. Lamar. Ae Mtcowl,
1 of t.L City Charter provides tLatition the county board must aeertinbetween the tins Road anau the Sea- | men.ea eor a amcriJ. R. Saunde'. C. Covnto .
the Couueil shall have power to pai!s. Now if the county board has f lled Iear- e ,Ai r n e roas .ng. the t ea: Pten sa sIa sr a nameless crime, ha
for the government of the city, anyto ascertain this condition to exist, ion r ne crossing. e pe beaten his way .tor Alanina on e Aesountse of banit% lndlliuaf tV9, C pertlens, and Firms elolie
Sordiance o colt with the the wa a great mud-passenger rn or nohng else per et te paid on Time Depolts,
tOrdinance 00tInc t h eand If it did not as a fact In pals ex- ihoole which needed draining and the i than for violating the quarantine, Bed-
w Consttution of plorth, and the &a. Ist, It would seem that beyond doubt eig and the than for violating the quarantine, Bed-pa nv.i
al tiltes thereof.-the county seat has never beenO s u rface dthe street needed paving sole volunteered to assist In capturing
changed from Daphne It o what erro some kind. Storey. Dr. Sanders said if the man ...
Object of the Law. ; Commissioner Warrington volun-had been in Pensacola in the last
Thee Is always a object to be a" over any officers of the county, or teereq the information that after a seven days he would like to I et ho. W. ..1W- rAsiae r. W N. YRl, JR, AV-r. ad CMr
,,d t, o.. .... ..- others, may have fallen, in dealing heavy rain it was impossible to find of him and hurry) him out of the. WD AsAL Cashi'. W.N. ROBI Ast. Caier
6taoed Ine the Passage of a law. ne withthe subject; and this would be path along the street on which even State. He thought the capture of
s a aatio of the races n te Hand suit e e or not; for we tak The cityengineer explained that a i ve
s treet casr. The reao fbr the sepa- It that theublic law esta argued with ben a tve om
Sration of the races is that it is h- c law establshng of this muole occurred at a point where ubtice and the ocors of the law
S io.abl fra s e tatIt Is ob- direstablishhng county seats Is a thing the shell paving ended. The portion could be called upon to make the ar
Sres to stthlfor various reasons for the which is and can be In no wise der- of the street was not shelled original re st
It all eases but n mt ,n-dne --ap notMin pendent upon the course or fate of a iy because the shell gave out before Plans for the capture of Storeo) F e ow N wfwo .
all cases, but In many, and as no 418.!IprIvate suit brought by volunteer that point was reached. He suggested were arranged with John Oliver. a
r tincton can be made, the law must litigants, inst pr vte oroMl that the place ul be drained and speal a gednt of the Alabama quaras,-dJ0l,
be madNow, when a tat a l persons however convenient it ma. the street putth good condition by us' tine, to go with Bedeole to Crenhaw
ktat white ad olonted people a law be to refer to the ruli ngs of the courts lg a quantity of oyster shell, county in pursuit of Storey. Singular%
hite oo pop a to in such actions to determine the tue It tn t ty Attorney Barra y enough at the same moment Sto DV.
i s e decratein cl o whieoot the le tw hc ehTno been lawful bre that bo. was mam g the was just quoting work for the day in a
00o in t uttioe oa l ojite fSothe oaaw. tSo .In our view, omittng consider city liable for damages by putting down carpenter job in the city nimts o V ,. .
But, if the State goes a little further to ow any adjudged cses, If the shell upon the streets. He said that Montgomery. Special Officer Oliver
ando that, whitn or preent olordinance which h perhaps t w as in the chanimed b had himself seeder a tire of an auto and Bedso e are still Norwl n CrenhawTen ft

'j When we make It unlawful for the aldatin. certain acts of the county *-carpeoter thought to have been a tu other Eu p1an hisnel h Arrivet there.
races to minglbeeparate there crimin commx- cery case n reagreed did exitand which mobile peture and adly cut by County, In the vily of Lapreint of i a

otely in the tru t c ars the lc w ol ed for buw ldin Y of the court h ous e and ex OP en b e ola since Ad, b ut 1. H e w ill be a ^M& A d U
e prwho may attendvide in the whim e law that a o the ount seat cannot Bay iette saidBut ity. on te trapped, andby the othbelieved, hurantine ofr trs for the
certa in cla ss of colored peo ple to havei effet cabeen lhard fully emoven O mthi Da ndruf of Cured ommithouter War- there Ishalf do w ea at te Kyle an
ride w ith the htte and th at a cer- schools, m w e tand from the bu roildUgs wtu e North p oy ee wSreln W'
we hav clearly of white people may ride sions of there constitute ty ofin- ed to repair the portion of the street. Stoeriey boaff W. R. Waho t that nthe h aInte- ona .t 4 e a e
sttutional, whibcaue situations clal and missoners for the holding t of court.h mplained of, and put i t in good con- ested Ptnmselve PPin that c e T h ae ny, Fra -l a I ut ila M a -- Pu|
Which would likely not tand in th e true tat a statue wue as passe dI aon. Nothingm le wa sai dot S. te. H th B d -throug h.s oHllad rei,
UriTE. by theeislat unof Mp .. legislature on March 4, it usingshell .y ..w. A s iodu t et eal to rofhBo t the ND S an-ollasd N Ru
go it is in our present ordinance, which perhaps It will be claimed byd ucrpnto.er, ethoughy m prod that t he NorEway, s5&W pa p DVnth eem."nath

we make it unlawI f ofor the alidao o ting certain acts o t he f te county hre pite h oas ugtohebs t he precint s of^
Races to mingle together Indiscrmin commissioners In reagrd to warrants A I doubTIIed Th S Pentsiaela sic Arruest 1. he w ll was.e. betl
ately in fthsr cars, the law Ii at for building of the court house and -. l.etlo sne byeSupeAlrg Brast ell and ThicondctCbeieved oill ove at. e r tiw.

4antedly omltt ia. But, when Jail, validaedjustify the attempted remove s thck everl n entirely ree the hidden arairs of rs the unfortunate S
ewitance of the law they are nothat an Y out Are Welcome Heret. m dn dru" "Destroy the caue woman Iln Pens acolaee a new ther aa -e.s. . ''H-
faer of allow any class of colored opl e may Come to Michigan h ardly be en to thi Dandruffeue tht ar he public aia. is concert .9Magg, L, a .ese.
race to ride with the oand th a er. Yellow Fever. Thake Hotel Chew terof the pro- h.. B ch ,t.. HA V t.oINsn orth PUNery TRANAC Street, wThee

trm Trcla ss whi teseld at New Baltimore Mich on A,- e by W. A. IyAlemberte, Storey told last night of the a see-
wh the clor people, we undoubt- l 2, sectiopen u41, which forbid intr. e and bpotheeary 121 South ttonate correspondence he haf brn . .... .... .- -
sTtut.ional, because ha is clas is st- oD the county, etc., and to give thia tPl"atoI wscmpr-oelled t0c av etaats connectend with the arui o lfci Own
raTtenge amji tyo statute an such effect would bt,._ h^ left_ clipped ,m very nlose. A friend da terand fothw i thwe n to >th o

are in favor a searation of arlo e gsMARONT dEot t m, Pm nderop. o Herpicide. 1 polic headquarters here and Gowe d A.
you remove the eect Herpicide C. far at bt public m ind I onee I!P.M Case.

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lleenmi we -s

Seem, ler and Bm- e Am- Th Who G(, Come
aud Tarry--W se ud Scwiety, mre a Elsewhere.

We've form d a new society-
"The Ordr of ;' ,Smiling F'ace";
Ar honored mem'r 'r yon may Wbe,
ftor every one miat have a place.
Tbe rules ay you must never let
The1 corners of your mouth droop
Ftr by '.h!.- n:Ihoud you may get
The habit of a siu'ky frown-.
tf playma'-P- tea-,- yu. let yourT eves
A braie and tnerr' twinkle show;
Sfr if the angry t.ars a-is'.
They're 'ery fp: to overflow.
Syou mu: prractiicr, )r an hour,

Athens, Ga., where she will remain
for a week then return home leaving
Miss Avery and Mr. Clarance Avery
th.re for the present.
Judge E. D. Beggs is In Nashville,
Invitations received this week bh
the many friends of the two famille-
br;ng the information that the wed-
(ling of Mr. Dudley Chipley and Miat
AI',ise Covington will :take pace in
Mairsal:, N. C., on We.iinesday, Oct.
4. instead of being the bU au.iful home
function anticipated by local society \

And if it seem a ] nrz ion; while, GITTINGS-McGUIRE
Semerber not to p.1 a' I gliower. PRETTY MORNING WEDDING.
But wear a br'ghL and cheerful Mrs. John MGuire's residence 822
smile. East Gadsden was the scene of a
pre:': morning wedding Wednesday.
tie rules ar simple. as you see; wL. :n her daughter M.ss Sarah Aii,-e
S Make up your nid to join today and Mr B. J. Gitlings were united in-
Itt on a stni.le-and you will lIe mn:':iace.
An active member rizht away. The rooms were beau'iful'y de,~or;'-
-St. Nicholas. ed th(- c)oor sc-heme le ng daintii,
S--. cair(edJ ou; i, p;nk and -*cen.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wilson. formerly M: s Mi'-rdt. Pe.l!o',n pr(sifled at
Ube Alice Bonacker rcturu 4a evening from their weddin, trcp., :-t hired 'to the lovely. strains ,of

but get the best of it.

Supply yourself with

cmple fumigation necessities, suzh as

Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,

or with necessary preventatives,

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.


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The Joural's Daily Fashion


ItMng spent the past month oelgnu-I'- eave-nwa-": the march played t --....- is the greatest
olly among rla.tiv.. in South Firida t. wedding of the bride(s mothe:. of all tonics for increasing the appetite, /
%ey are "a home for the pres-nt Di).ring ccremn, with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Bonacker oa 1 '--'ers" was very softi": rendered. ges.ionandbuilding uptheentiresysten.
thirteenth street. East iiu. Tic_ groim and lis l-.es; man M,-.
*H. C. Strin.field entered at 10:1 TIHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. ,
Non. A. V. Chuts is row in Cana- thr(.ugh the folding doors from ti. - ..'
a o a tOur of th- great Northwet. dining room, and at -.h. same t.me Mer(edes Hatton, Miss 1-rne Pain, s,
Sthe bride, ol the arm of her broth Mr. G'ilmnre and Mr. 1-rnk 11atto, .
Mr. Edwin Cluhhs is rp-nding the M'. Jack M air, who gave h r Mr. G lrnre.ll alme. Mr. Bernad t ,
Aywlred ten daFs in Nash'.i !!. prepar- away, and Ir-c: dhd by her maid "f Reilly. Mr. Ang(lo Mr. Drausin
atory to going ;o Atianra i ei ter the onr.or Miss ,Vernui, McHugh,. metii'-, and Mr. Benito Davenpart.
Technological school. at a bank of pink flowers whi, h
s.-rved as at. akar, where Rev. Fa'ht.r Misz Cora Scarritt nho has been
Miss Roberta Fisher, who has Fpent FLl:,rton of St. Michael offlc;ated ill for several da. s has fully rerever-
Te past two months north. is enrolled the ceremony be:ng very impressive. ed her h,aith an'. is enj,;yig ortd ar r
mgon& the students of Agnes Scott The bride was very sneeot and gil- ,tf, with the younger set on th \
lgstltute in Decatur, Ga. ish in a wedtlinu gown of v\hi:e Ba. ou.
4 P F nch nainsook with a leop yoke an -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and in. ts of beautiful lace. She wore a A party of young prop!e who eij 'y
daughter Mips Har.l1 left yesterday to whit lace hat and carried a bridal horseback riding almost ev:'y a:tr
pend ten days in St. Lomis before .boquet of bride rosebuds and ferns. nn is omp)sed of Mis4 Gladys and 4
Waiting his mothi'r and other rela- The pretty ma.id of honor wore a Miss Florence llavenport. Miss C: a
ties in that vicinity, smart coat suit of white aibatross, a Scarritt, Miss E ta Reily, Miss IVa
White hat and carried a bouquet of and Miss Louisa Palms, Miss EV a
Mrs. J. Z. Craven gs now visiting pink rosebuds and ferns. Ward, Miss Flos-;ie Haley, Mr. ViOREe
bet brother Mr. George C. Cobb in After a delightful wedding break- Reilly, Mr. Ferrell Palmnes Mr. IaTp:' SOHOOL FROCK FOR THE LITTLE MAID.
ingam Ala., en route home Tst there wa an informal reception anMr. Ton Haler. Mr. nest There i a clever co aton of th oth interlinked wi princesshair-
tons having been sent out. Rell, and Mr. Herman Davenport. ne-piece frock ana' the bretelle style cloth to keep thcma frmeni creasinghor
Among the handsome presents dl ;- I achieved in this illutration. A med- crumping-ar addel afterward. The

Practicalhe Christianit know nothi erv paks were, a d n ner a a hve na b nappl tospleeve is just a simple oe i x uff,
ian eh iou s" ras a Sath s ott braved, r as of n Dr. and Mrs. Clint.n W. D'Alcn- umr shade of roseeood red--one of ta e with a plain band cuff, velvet ribbon
Schenrtadriousais," aos acthing that h andd pieces from the bride's a.- ber: and little son Wlam are new shadins in bsoietta--s employ- trimmed. ae the wrist. the narrower
01ne good peop teod to guard them-, icaTaes at Forbl's store, a very hand on The Bayou guests of Dr. and Mrs tL and two wid1's of velvet ribbon width of rlIbon is useal on either cd;e2
qes aiming,." it is the opiKwite O0fk)imc buffet from a qua.tette of ma--- Kfrne'ly. scheme. The of the bret-llcs or suspenders: w
Oa eptrit that thinketh no evil.-Hierrt red friends. two fancy center tables supplyy the trmmfngor!
aft and Presbyter. ans. silver ani cur glass. Ttb body portion is lined and cut plain, the! in the full skirt, which is guaged to
Mn! vr.andMr.i c nlletonth Three of the joyB y bachelors whia brm, ntbox pleats that pass down the. the band, a row of broad velvet r"bbin
Mr. and Mrs. Gins ft on t a, enjoyinBgBayou life have -Cfront and back being appldis topped by a narrower one with x-i
Practical Chrlslianity knows nothir.g noon train to visit his mother and rci turned to their homes in Pensacola. separately, and the baretelics and beIs hcellent effect.
an. eigh-houray o. ..r of a Saturday. aives in St.. Louis. The brlde's tray- Th(,so who have gone are Mr. John

iflr-boliday or of a Sunday of reet. It ',Oing dress was a dark blue silk shii
is at work all the time.-E-pworLh Her-.' wa:t suit which, with its hat an
,* other accessories to match was ver
Mr. J. E. Wbeehr. the-popular L. & A large party of friends saw thrT
. clerk, has resigned and with his off a-, the train and fairly deluge
90ly has gone to Evansvilie. Ind. to riuen with rice. so s'howering t!,
~-de. Mr. Wbvechr having accepted r,de that she is not li', lv to be abi
a position with :be I,. & N. R. R. at ,o mg- rid of it all efLre her hon"
aOt point g.es- with the best wishes! moton trip is end.d.
4* ma fellow clerks. In about ten days th(y wil' retu,'
and be at home with the bride
iMr. W. A. Blount and daughter, nmiter.
lIts Miriam. were among the north
boiod passengers on the noon train SOCIAL NEWS FROM
Mtis Edna Rosasco left ves erda" Quite an enjoyable launch part
with Mr. IBard and Miss Sillivant lor was gven T';tsay at .rnoon by ::
fawannee Spr.ne. T',n where after ',,'unger set Lof bovs and girls on ih
the required *!n oa's. Ahe will go to Ia,,u. In the party re Mi~sss Id
Decatur. Ga.. a2nd re-(nter Azres Scoi* atli Ia'sit Painu,,,. Mi-s Ella \ ar.
Institute. where( st was a uaent a r Edgar Purd. MNe.-rs. Carl an
ew years ago Klniph Hale., Mr. Vn .. Reillv. ani
4 chaperone,,d by Mr. ani Mrs. t Fames

Mrr. Edward A.w:r~,r left last week
to join her fsah,-r. Mai)r Mclaughlin.
and her sister. M wardd L'Eng>e
at Atlantic Ci,. N .1 Dr. Andrade j,,
at Pensacola. a--l-'ing 'n haI Teriolog.
Scal investigatilt'n- -Jacksonville Me-

Judge John C. Avery returned last
evening fre' at: '-.ng of several
week-s en 'i;. lis am la y chiefly
tI wVisOi-.ai. r.e. A, ry is in

Mr. John Davenport of Bayou
Grande ha,'! he god Iluck to catc
nine fine trout yes:er.iay.

A party of young people on Baro
Grinde enjoy skating nearly every a
I cri.con in Electric Park. Tihos
usua.I:ly in the party are Miss ('(,r.
andJ Mi:rs Ane-la S. rarit. Miss Fl ir
erc< M'.ss HiAria and Miss Tlhiw,-
Dhenpar!. Miss F ta and Miss .:
lian Reilly. Miss Mazeie and M:s


IL 1W. tAKWErca, P*Opeim.

No. a Wes smaa 8, P*Wsocsa, FIA.

Parlor Furniture.

We wish to call att ,nton 1o our stock of Parlor Sutes
and odd pieces for the parlor. None prettier has ever
been seen in Pensac(la.
Our Fine JLeather Rockers and Chairs
need to be seen to be appreciate. f111 values at $7.5)
to $40. Parlor Suites, $35 un. PI. es in i'e fa.nois Ver-
mis-Martin finish, hand-painted, $9.00, $12.00 and $15.00.

108,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148, Pensacola, Fla.




At thistime ef the yerthere ts a at deal ofmalara ndchils ad fre
As a pltive preventative try

Sold at all drug stores or at
LEWIS 8 CO., Wholesale Druggsts, East Government Street

rt Bullock, Mr. Richard Carroll and Mr. ___ _r_
1 Edgar Finch. _---
'i Mr. Fe-rell Palmts anp Mr. Edger
1 Purdy while fishing T ie.-day. caugo.it || I R |
-., i' -- -.-- ..MAXWELL HOUSE,
Snine big ish a the new bridg. vVIA XWL H O US,
A jolly quinelte composed of Miss. Special to The Journal. Special to The Journal.
Y Louwse and NMis Ida Palne Miss E1 Westville. Sept. 27-Mrs Dr .Tje rBeulah, Sept. 27.-Cloudy anda cool
SWard. Mr. Edgar Purd andMr. tis morning with a goo breeze. JustAUST LL GA.
i Vinr Heilly enjoyed -mule-andr. very low with tpn1oi ferer. the weather to burn stumps and a few
Sdray" dive o the woods Jernigan s very sick of our neighbors are taking advantage W RITE FOR RATES
S___A wiLh fever. e of the conditions and are doing good A
We are having rough weather on Mr. Jack Adam vr sick at his work getting rid of them for they are
B Grane now and expect weher will hoe. s dre inin now that they burn out very W ILL I IA X W El L.
iy ,n Grande now and expect we will The people of West*ville are bringing quick.
have all this month. The tides are In fine strings of fish this week. are favred In this settlemnt! W EIrAX W k L
:r -igh and the winds blows very Mr. Will Alford returned home from by having two beef peddlers. One
Sha i. River Junction a few nights past. come Woanesday and the other Sat-
e i urday, so we have a chance to get rid
a sli-lht a c-dent occurred onthoe Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar of our small change but not always
D. sai\npr- and Miss Cora Scarritt, Foley & Co., Chicago. originated for value received, for some of the beef
d while taking a row, were upset into Honey and Tar as a throat and lung is about as juicy and edible as a car IP WE HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST.
the water by the high waves, remedy, and on account of the great spring, but may be that is the way f
They thought it fine sport for such( merit and popularity of Foley's Hon- piney woods cattle are built.
a windy day and got back into their ey and Tar many imitations are of- Mr. A. A. Steagall arrived here a VC YOur derS With US IOr
beat and returned home. fared for the genuine. These worth- few days ago from some place in Ala-:
less imitations have similar sounding bama, Mobile. I think. He experi-j
Mr. John Christie and family will names. Beware of them. The genijenced the usual difficulty in getting F0
remove from the Big Bayou Thurs- ulne Foley's Honey and Tar is in a home that others have had to put uo
Sdlay to their hom in Pensacola. yellow package. Ask for it and re with, being heli, in detention camps 1
a fuse any substitute. It is the best and sent around by Atlanta and other ,
"To be cheerful in the pr-sence of remedy for coughs and colds. W. A places besides having his grip stolen
a sorrowing soul" doesn't mean to be D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothecary with a small amount of money and
cohi. mocking or unsympathetic but.! etherthin-s that were in it.
Shelp bhe sorrowful to come out into! IWi T th the increase in fever cases and ae Are Still he eade .
hel authe sorrowful uo omentally as OPENING OF THE the project of the quarantine remain-
well as physically, at the earliest ing on for an indefinite time, we ought
glimpse of the silver lining of their CL SSICAL SCHOOL to have communication with the mer-
(;oumi. iSo live with the living that) CLA0 1UVL chants by telephone, and we would The Pure Food The Store that Peeds
hietn they are dead we need not blight I have it if the merchants will look af-
'the LIes of those left to us by our re- At a meeting of the advisory board ter it or the are not getting the trade Store Phonesl78 and 480 the Peoole.
n',rseful grief, of the Pensacola Classical School held they would' get if we could call them _ _ __ _ __ __ _
You gave on the way a pleasant smile, Sept. 25, 1905,1it was found'advisable bo';'p. Writing is not satisfactory, as I;
Yov gave on the way a pleasant smile, postpone the opening of the coming know from experience.
And thought no more about it; session until more favorable condi- Mrs. Julia Grimsley and children i
It cheered a life that was sad the while, tions prevail, visited with her brother, Mr. Walter
That might have been wrecke.a with. H. OLAY ARMSTRONG, Bowman, and family last Sunday. N.
out it: Principal. The little daughter of Mrs. EXlai
And so for the smile and its fruitage Woodon wa s taken seriously ret Yu'l reap a crown some time-some. ment of Dr. Trammel, of Muscogee, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
where e. Is rapidly regaining her usual health. The best college in the Sorth for young ladles. Unsurpassed advantages
-Herald Presbyter. Mrs. James Bryant is on the sick In music and art under teacher& whohave studied in America and Europe.
SiI list with a ba1 case of neuralgia. She Sewing, cooking and industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture in
CRUSHED AGAIN. II has suffered with it about a week. a gymnasium equipped with apparatus. swimming pool, etc.. required under
H ae (aled her 1.ilv, Pansy, RoseI Mrs. A. Waters and family were the direction of an experienced lady teacher. The only State Normal School
And every other flower of spring, REFRESHING down on the bay fishing last week, the for Women s'pport*d by the State of Florida, hollering professional ome-year
She said: "I can't hc all of those, guests of King Hirst and other rela- courses, kindergarten training, andfour-year normal courses leading tothe
So you must Li-lac everything." tives. degree of L. I Ac'vanced college courses of equal standing with the Univer-
---Smart Set. WHOLESOME siy leading to degree of B. A., B. S.,M. A., and M. S. Tuition is free. Board
SFEEL IMPENDING DOOM. nominal. For catalogue and further particulars, write A. A. MURPHREE,
ALL TO THE GOOD iiJI TiUN The feeling of impending doom in President.
SUCH COMMON SENSE. INVIbORATING the minds of many victims of Bright's -.g
Once upon a time it was considered' disease and diabetes has been chang-.UNIVERSITY OF THEunder I., I. and IV. lead to the do
almost improper for a girl to be able ed to thankfulness by the benefit ae-. UNIVERSITY OF T nde .l toothed
I t, u:mI. If she shonid fall into the D I rived from taking Foley's Kidney STATE OF FLORID gree of Bachelor of Science; the sho
v a'er it was -upposed that Providence ..D I K S Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's Embracing the following subjects: ;::Crses to a Certificate of Profisery.
\ .:l,l provide a man to pull her out, diabetes and even in iho worst cases I. Language and Literature- four. V. Pharmacy-A full two-year ours
rie London Telegraph. There |N AN ALMOT gives comfort and re Slight dis- year course leading to the degree ct 't" e bou in September 190
r..:h:, of cnur.e, be no man. but it orders are cured in a few days. "I bachelor r of Arts, Greek is not re VI. Norma.-Three courses for
vas be. te v to drown than to be un- VARIETY ARE CONCOCTED had diabetes in its worst form," write quired, but is offered as an elective achers: A one-year course leading
!idvlik,. We hayv advanced. It is I Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I throughout the course. a certificate, A three-yea'r curs lea t-
SI ;onzer unla l'!ike to be at home in AT OUR FOUNTAIN. DROP tried eight physicians i ith relief. Only II. General Science-Divided ntj ing to an L. I Diploma: A four-ye :
S\vwnaTr. All round the coast today three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure three courses; 1. Chemical course course leading to the degree of Bach>.
.-,rrs are a.~ keen as their brother" IN AND COOL OFF. made me a well man." W. A. Mathematical course; Natural History I-: of P*iagogy.
r. aie m e-ning swim. The public D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe. course. No Greek and only entrance; An ampl- corps of competent teaca-
ha.hs find it nr,.'essary to give up a cary. Latin is required in these cbursea. Alli ers. A high cu.rriculumi--Eper ea '-
day or two a ve 'k to ladies. This cer- tour-year courses. includingg board, $120 to $10 per year-.
tai-]l." is all to the good.-Tallahassee To Open Danc;ng Scnool. III. Agriculture-Four-year and two. iall term opens September 27, Ii,
Tru" De- Kocrat. nn Miss Louise Dooley will open her year courses. ni'for Catalogue.
Kandy Kitchen Cafe, dancing school Thursday evening, IV. Engineer:ng--Four-year oourse AN'RE" SLEDD, President.
Get the worh of your moae. De- Septeniber 28th, at C. K. of A. Hall. in Mechanical. Civil and Electricai le city, Florida.
m stand Pue Ribbhon Lemon and Vanilla 140 S.Palafox. Phone 999 Engineering, also a two-year course
Extrac:s and you get the "BEST EVER o Lew9rates at Southern Hotel ftr :n Mechanics. No Latin or Greek is Low rates at Southern Hxrei f,,r
MADE." rooms and board. j required in III. or IV. The full course rooms and board.

Don't Let

Yellow Fever

Get the Best of You,

- -----. ~T~71 -JJ I.-

Old People hae moe of the pim ,
aches and discomforts of life than dot U
young. This is perfectly natural, be-
cause their blood is aot so vgioroae, no
their powers of resistance so gret, and
troubles that a younger, healthy couetita.
tion could resist often affict them.
During the elvil *az I aseUaoted. -
tarth and uffred4 with tsao efsee r
mny years. I tried various szmeiros
and doctors, but with no sood result.
On~e fy ound one of our paMfalet
nd rad it carefully. I deeSod I. L.I
was the medicine I was in need of and I
bean its use at one*. My health
dreadful and as I was jrettinr along in
years, I ..ad most of the pains and atl.
ments incident to that time of lie; bat ;
after taking this great*semedy or awhile
I bean to improve nj aoont a nd my-
self a strong, well man. I am now more
than 75 years of age, but my health is
good, because I take an ooocaonal bottle
of S. S. S. Nothing equals it as a tonle
and blood purifier, and I recommend It
to those needing such a medicine.
Fordyce, Ark. L. 8. LOCKZiDGL.
Rheumatic pains, sleepless night,
fickle appetites, etc., are not imaginary
with old people, as is sometimes thought.
They need a medicine that will supply
their blood with its lost vigor and build
up and strengthen their constitutions.
S. S. S. is the ideal remedy for Old Peo-
ple. It is made entirely from roots,
herbs and barks, and does not injure the
system in the least as do those medicines
containing mineral ingredients. S. S.
is gentle in its action, purifying the blood
of all poisons
Sand relieving
old age of its
discomforts by
supplying a ro-
V TA conbustituealt hy
PURELY VFGTARI SE constitution. It

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Don't Lose Your Start

To-day is the Dayl

*Themm who fails is he man who puts aft

Begn now to buy a o Let your entW
money" go toward getting a home dof your

We Can Start You Right

Pensacola Investment Co.
A. u. wmimny gf as.
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JB. LsmaUaM, l -es. soamo. .M* WIm.iW, TresuWr.

215 e Pantla o fttt, POemneela, Fleorda.






7 room dwelling, west Garden, 8I ots, we have customers for investment
.. .. ..................1400. properties in any part of the city.
3 houses, resting s18.00 per moast

Jh.. ......... .. L.S.BROWN&Co
4 oom house, renting 47.00..00- 2 T sen Bld'g
Two room houses. renting r$10.00
er month........ ...."W SELL LOTS"
For Rent.

7 room house, 91s a Strong.... $1-.50
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00


6 room house, 409 Guillemal. 14.00 OR ALE.-Com4c "tegomyia" pos-
Ital cards for sale at White's Rea-,
List your real estate with me for taurant, two for five cents. Outside
sal.. orders will not be filleal unless cash
and postage accompanes order. Or-
Rents collected and prompt returns der quick. 28septL
FOR SAiLB.-Thoroaghbred white ply-
CI H I D~dlAfrCK moth rock roosters, also some eggs
LaEaS E Eoe RvvOUO 9Sunny Bank Fruit and Poultry Farm,

204% Palafox St., FI sher Building.

WA TM.-F iut- cl tm book* WANTED.-Partles in need of carpen- FOR SALE,-Household furniture
beeper a- ge8erdl oIce 9an, open trs, please ring up phone No. 776, cheap. 615 East LaRua St. 26sept.
for position October Ijt. Address or apply to L. Redenback, business
Bookkeeper. care Journal. Scepuw agent room 1, old Armory building. I FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful
S27ept2m* I country home on Reaervation; good
We want the public to remember .a... fishing; good garden; good water and
we are back at our old stand on a. t WANTD.-Experieaced man to dress plenty wood. Will sell cheap for cash
Govenmeat street, and selling g- mill rock. Must be well recommend- or rent reasonable. Apply F. N. How.
caries and produce cheaper than sy, e. Phone 487. Charles Earle Currie ell, Warrington Fla., Phone 889, Box
vthr 9sm In Penacola. We mean & Co. 36sep. 36. I5septln*
wmat w ya0. aso. W. Pryora f So.
e4pt. WAMTED.-Good cook. Apply at 43 CHICKEN WHRAT produces ana
,, kw tha stt M Gregory. 23septtwo Makes fowls especially we Bavre
WA-MDL.-CB- body lt know thatT .. he Cheapeat food to be hted F. L
I am prepared to urtIsh them char- WANTED.-Hotel cook;colored boy to Mellen Co, Phone 84. los
ael in any quantity, as I will always cook in a small hotel, good salary;
have a car load on hand. Will deliv. answer quick, for Chipley Hotel, Chip. FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room
or any amount from 4 bushels u- ley, Fla. 19sept. house and 120 acres of good laud
Wagons a the street aily. When located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to-
yo wn charcoal st for th tog WANTED.-AU young persons wno gether or separately. Terms reason
haorn. Vcovich oal Yar Goso Vuco- are good stenographers or book- able. House msy be rented tempor.
vich, Prop. 17sp. keepers, that are seeking positions or arily. Apply at W. L. achrey's ot.
promotion, to register with us imme.- ice. 3 sept.
WANTID.--We can a a diately. We can secure you good po -
tow gets at an upto-date mata iUons. We are having more cals FOR SAL-I am Flond State Agent
hotel; climate delightful mad good waI daily than we can supply. It will cost for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
ter: moderate rates. Adress F. D. you nothing to register with us. Moux Vault Fixtures of all descriptous
c.-t k D-. Buem Vista, Va. & Munro, Proprietors, The Mobile manufactured by Alpine Safe ant
ISUeptlm Business College, No. 62-64 N. Royal Lock Company of Cinclunati, Ohio.
St., Mobile. Ala. 15septlm* Communicat with me for prices and
PLUTOI PLUTOI terms before buying elsewhere. Scar.
Keep your system In good condition ,t .t. Moreno, Penaola, s la,
a"yo- ufs"eart any disease. WANTEDN.-Agents make $6 daily sell- 2Mjune.
Pito, the great stomach healer. for ing the cheapest and most perfect
a wroleSale and retail, by Jan. Water Filter ever invented. Ket. FOR SALB.-4oda fountain, stbok at
MC ,,. W9'at $2.00. Big proft. Exclusive terri- confectioneries and cigars, located
'" htory. Seneca Filter Co, Seneca, Mo. on Palafox street Can be had at bar '
WANTD.-To rent or buy improveG 12septlQt* gain if purchased at once. Apply as.
ploe, not more than 8 miles nort- cambia Realty Co. 15aug.
or northwest of Pensacola, with 15 to WANTFID.-Trustworthy man to man-
3 &erea of land in cultivation. as- age branch office and distributing dp.- OR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents
tae Rute, Holts, Fla. lseptlm* pct for large maYpttetwar. Salary to per hundred. Good for wrapping
start with, $1500 trot year, and extra paper and to put under matting. AU
ING & HiUAL, contracting painters icommissipons and expenses. Applicant clean and nice. Journal office.
and decorators. Fine varnishiUn must have good iaferenoes and $1000
and finishing. Sign panting a spe- cash, capital secured Experience un Do you value your health? It so,
caity. Residence phone 24. 2aug., necessary. Address "Manufacturer, use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich. and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
WASTUD.-rou to know that you ofte sept. Co., Jas. McHugh., Prop. aug 0I
buy nice. clean old papers at this
oc cheaf WAN.T --Tht op Me Pa,,,,Wa We have been with you in Peasao-
to cease worrying L.t e 1874, and 11 ntend to stay
90 YOU wet to bu or n WaT Want Ads salve the problem for M with you and serve you with the best
A 8 wa d54 I rl Ib They are expert detectives, and can of groceries at lowest .nar-
sals,. T7h ast i tIme I0nles lAnd the man you are loon for it ket prices. New Orieans Grocery
so daw. he is included In the $5,000 or 39,0 Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20
people which makes the population te
WANTED.-Everybody to know that Pensacola. FOR SAL-Completely furnlamed
oar Blend of Cotee may be imitated house, corner Gadaden OL and 7th
bat can't be equaled. New Orleans WANTED.-Ageats In tdiffret eon. avenue. Beautiful home. Must be
Gescery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe sold at once-a bargain. Marion Olt-
&MO0 and Lock Co.'s Fire aad Burglar Proof ter. 0septiw
1 Sates and Vault Fixtures o every
WANTBI.-The public to know that description. Write me for terms. FOR SALS-One lot of fine show U
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of Scarritt Moreno, Penomcoaa, Fla.. Flor. cases, especially adapted for mil-
Florida. New Orleans Grocery Co., Ida State Agent. Juae. linery purposes or for drug store,
Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 also one lot of counters and ine
S BATY rofTL-O-- aU t a" da6. French plate glass mirrors.. B. L.
WANTED-Tho Merftat Trans r m ana pla. .Rmo fight and Rese, 118 South Palatox. Sep
Co. wants your moving and hauling. lean. Transtelt tade otMed T .
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- g9 South Palat. Joe. U. Niola, FOR BALE-At a mo&ea, &urnste
se, Prop. Phone 97. lajunclm. po s tore stoek aid aeowt. CaLl at
-13140 3. Inteadeneda. &" h

We want everybody to know tmt we
are wholeale and retail grocers and
Ftll at the old stand. New Orleans
--- n- lifo -93 OL Pewh


GUeory co*, Ja&. MJag.i P rvop.
white bull terrier. Return to Jno.
WANTED-Tour electric work o all, White's store or 417 K. Gregory and
kinds. Let us clean your tans, re- rciv r rceve reward. 24sept.
pair your dynamo, do your wiring. etc.!
FbMoe 570. Pensacola Electric Co., LOST.-S--Hk umbrella with silver
cerwr Intnde-cia and Baylen Otret mounted banale, on belt car line
Ifunell. Thursday Reward for return to .hn

WANTED-Hauling and transfer
work. Office pbone S63. Residence
phome 3". Acosta & White, 22-28 N.
Tarragoma S2mck
PARTIB who want to rm bousa.
-sa or anything eol for tat
ater will Afnd The Jourmal Want
AS a great help.
WAKTD-O-retrs 1or T1 e JourSars
special Pensacola sad Panama Canal
Udticl. which will shortly appear.
WIM atsta half-to4e pictures of city.
harbor and special seenes. 15 eeut
Leave orders at Journal oece.
WANTJ>D-Scond-"and Corn, Oat
sad cotton seed omal saeka Out at
tow2 shipmeate *oU*dtod. Write as
F. S. Mellea & Ce ,0marecam
A. I. BINGHAM wants your moving
and halasg. Se gamraateese a break
age. Phoas 43.
tMU Artcea. Jewelry aad aay sami
abie Artdle weated. We pay cash
ar It. Address P. O B 3 8, CAty.

opeclaltry ad your bealasse
koe eareufl attemlmoL D. Hale
ga& & gb


Sbite's store or 43M8 ast Gregory St.
2?sept3 .
LOST-WhIte Setter Puppy, left ear
lemon colored, right ear speckeled
lemon and white; name Trixie. Re-
ward for return to K. W. Caro, 11 W.
Government St. 2*peptlw*
LOST-Maltese Angora Kitten near-
ly grown Reward for return to 811
E. LaRua St. 19sept

FOR SALB-One Choice block on top
of tMe ridge east of the electric
railway, between 7th and th streets
Nature has favored this section and it
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubb.
Keep your system in good condition
and you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.
FOR SALE 'CHEAP-My tree.year.
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke dt
Florida, No. 683923. Also some ine
young pigs. 1 six-monu-old boar, all
registered and transferred. Carl Set-
terlind, Chipley, Fla. 1Ily
FOR SALS--Beautful block in New
City. Tract No. 312. For caft $M
Apply to A. K. McMillan, Court ouse.

- OR SALE-Kill the germs oa fevr--
SMggd EM E R s. orar a barrel of slack lime t-day.
M O and roo LPhone a7. t

A few boarders wanted at 318 W. Bel-


Ztsapt.1w ,

ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large
roo:a. for rent with or without board
directly on water front, suitable for
light housekeeping. Appl- Mrs. Ret-
tinger, Fisherville. Phone 33.


FOR SAIZ.-My residence on Bast
Hill, either including whole blouk
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
quarter block of five lots. Apply at
my office, Thiesen Building for tfart-
er particulars. C. W. HagOerat
00 TO TURTON tor all asims SaIM
Oameras loaded sad eoaladd t
or ehsre He makes bet phossb
* phs da te seoth. 89 ?ear a loms
-I t.

WANTED.-My patrons to know thaiM oA BALB.-1S-Leem ome. eo r r
my school will open at the ame lot 8 blocks from Palate. lt Io
t.lace as heretofore, as soon as the Teli..1 O car dae. For partiheltrn h
low fever situation will permit MIss qgire of StandarId Clathia O.L
Pattie Holda. s jt. I Jan.

Wxary their, FAL28septlw*

FUR SAL,-Shingles and Wood to.'
. sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'j
Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf.
FOR SALiE-SaH 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 feet on 13th street, by
137% feet on Bay View Park; also
south half of block 213, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 1371, fet 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. $0Jly
FOR SALA-Seconad-hand cash regsO-
ter in perfect condition. Will se'l
cash or or, o tie A real bargain. Can
be seen at James McHugh'a 22mca
1OR SAIL.-Two pair extra Afne
young mle, mlwund and In socd
condition. Also one 2-horse Stude-
baker wagon.,W. 8;Garfleld. June.
GROW GINSEN6. Large profits.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today tor literature. Bucking-
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, O.

FOR RENT.--We Iom cottage with
bath and gas, 10.I. Cervantes,. two
blocks from car llnt: Apply to H. W.
Gibbs, at Forbes store. 18septlm*
FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner
Hayne and Wright streets. Apply
W. 8. Garfield. 27aug.
FOR RBNT.--mall 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 Fislt National Bank,
Pensacola. 26auglm
FOR REINT--4rralne House, corner
Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
W. S. Garfild. 12Jul
FOR RENT.-Resideace lately o>.
coupled by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 1Il W.
LaRua street Apply to R. M. Cary,
8. Palatox street. 7June
RG RAfNT-Twenty-room house, oor-
ser Banrcks and Zarragossa street.
alitable for boarding house. Apply
to Mrs. M. Moreno, 216 last Zarra-
goas. I6m-:.

Money -tL an.


MONEY TO LOAN-In large or small
amounts on real *etate, plain or "n-
lorsed notes. Prompt service. L. S.
Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen building.

MO.NiT TO LBND-Oa goo. resa as
sate security. or oa good collateral,
at lowest rates. LIAio a Brtoks.
Fisher buldias. "* lan
MONEY &OAMNiD e ay aa j
k tof gato w operty. parab
wekl" er im AY. Whe you seed
ml-,y see e% J. A. WUIr' -22 w
soverumeom sue. aiury buiin~
rewn 2der

s ecuriy i
Hgle* Huin & Ga.

oa goo4 real w*
fty Nisat. a

MON T LOANED sadly kinds of pea,
vocal property on short aotieo
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. tpsta!rs
28% South PalfSS BUt., Phone 1144
rrLI MITED amount of amtey to loans
ea al ads at pWmal property
Scpdal raesto busm gisa m a iarsx
eas. The NMw Tak Loe8 Co. o204
C'a$ PPnISia..

Y 408 8. PALAPOX sT.
Watches. Chala Al, si t a&ll aau.
f 4dloBatera security at lowet rae .
.sterest a'ISS. to oer**.n

POUND--Oe poater dog; owner can
have same by proving property and
paying expese Incurred.. Apply
WIlke 6O& s amtlw


Walter S. Hooton, a


I STO Lt FOW ."1' .. i


4 Lots on northwest corner of Iron Safe-. Cash Registers. Ty.h
and C" s treet. 75 raters. Guns,. Pistols Locks and Un- Ca ornia and Norflwest
Romana and "C" streets...... .$775 .'.a repaired.
Northwest quarter of blocl 189, .aw3' sR- Scsors Kn T
West King tract.............$125 V ,;.p i ; rle .f keyT ie t9 : -'

10 Lots in block 48, West King .rty.
tract .. ** ...... .... 16M ,,) ieIn a a hurry to sen m assa

11 Lots on car line in block 96,
West King trat............. $550


Real Estate Agency
206 South Palafox Street,



AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Anti.
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You need It at
this time of the year. On sale at all
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., Jhst
Government street. Price, 60c.
I worked at this 14 years in Mobile
Ala. I will satisfy you in price an4
quality of work. J. Oonrad Scott, 244
East Gregory St., Pensacola.
ance for traveling pUblc. Daily s a
vice each way. From Chipley to Day.
head Address J. M. Tuggle, Ohipley,
REAL UBTATB in all part of asky.
yon Iby the gronad and we will
build your house on loag ttaime pay.
menus D. Hale WIas" & O
TAILORING- L Ditmund. Talou.
Gent's clothing cleaned, pr. and
.epaired on short Moiea No. 11
Wet Governmat Rt...PeMaos. vI.

CENTS p6r head, we will haul et
dead horeU, COwa, ete. ISV or4m
at 136s But lateneaeIa. Herrias
BM web
J. H. PORTER, saIlmaker, 71i feth
Palatox street. Orders taken for
teats, awinges, camp stools and house
Ats. etc. Prices rasonable. 81ias

Professional Directoy.

Room 405 theim Bulldlng.

PHONE 558.

Attorney and Comsell orat Law
106 East Governmet Street.
General Law Practice.

Room 500 Thiseen VB'L Phone 734


Fisher Building, 204/S South
PHONE 625.


Dent tt.
Room Brent Bulldelg. Phone. M.

Attorneyand Counsel or at Law
401 Thisen Buliding.


leichants Tradsfer 0o.

Thee. LB Theonn, Preop
P. 0. BOX. 67

ML W. OONALM& CO. Proper

SSTXc P330
by your mem and stock feed tro.
bome Ianu.astarr. e-courargli
Be itadustry. eatributo to homr
taor. sad leav sS r -m is to W

PUllIN 141i


Union Pacific
and ~ coaa.i.- ions, wir atiruug.' ~etpift

One-wa- colonis, rates on .ale fromi
S- en 'hr ,th to Oc'rber 1st, 190S
D IK1 CSi S S To Ca:'iornia. Or-ego.. Washingtoh
U l- i 1 1'xr!aa. Utah. e:c.
-.. .. .. ...... .... .. ........ :'ecal round trip raze., to Cal1fog
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.. ila and the Lewi- & C.ark Expost.
There will b- a meeting of ths, tion at Portlaud, Ore-on. unt.l slep-
body on the first and third v-edjneo. teberl 28th.
days of each month at 7:"0 p. a. All Ask for through rat" from your
delegates are requested to be pre station and se'ire l:;era;ure. Ib-
enat. W. ROBeRTS. formation freely given.
W. I. D YLA, President. J. F. VAN RENSSELATe.,
-- General Agent.
jm;*z,. 0r10--16-ce0a.,AS&I--- A%-

Peasacta Lo&4e No K. of P..
meets every Mofday evening at 7:30
o_'co1 at up*r CastUe Mall, oummt
Watson bilda g corner Palafox and
Garde. street VMtg bmretm *'-
dally welcome t
J. L. BRW ON, C. C&
H. BOR8LAk. a. ot R. 6 &a
Ra1tbone Lod4 No
SX0 K oft P.. sa every
~*~*ote*k. thter Oaste
baL, third "loor, Bloma.
wt corner Plataor anD
Oardea streets VAttg kaghtso em
0. J. Lery, of R. & &L

Kniht t CofMbolumbus

esa treeoas a n e

3DM. P0 3rand Ruaght

13 Peachtre St., AtiaaM (ML
G. W. ELY. T. P. A.

Peusac0l, St. Udrews ad
8hIf Steamship a.
W. G. BARROW, Master.
And all points en St. Ajdrsews m
Carrabelle and ApalaoIhicIeI.
Leave Pensacola lunda., 8:a0 aq
a., for Mobile. Ala.
Leave Pensacola. Tuesday 8:50 p.
a. for St.8L Andlews, MIllvhle, AS&
lacnlcola, Carrabelle and intereedlag
For additional infornatloa ap"y *e
1. R. COBB, Preasdel
Gen. Prt. and Pass. Agt
Pensaeola. Fla.

- L = e 4 6 L 0. 0 P .
Pasa.ola No 4, L 0O. 0.JF.-nt i 1
met eSeSSrYLM of9ve aft 7:JI'
at the ew a o West laS
street. Visimnuga brthr enordial
Invited. T. G. STINSON 4
B. R. WuO OVWts. seeturs .
Nam m LAdge e. lae,, obeah \
ters meet every Meaday t
I o'cleeh Is L 0. 06 X vi m .
tttog sisters eoardltauy l it to
present. MRS. && DATHYAT.L
M. .& B. A. N&1 a ts reAt anc ll
third Wedned sevemring at 7:30p
m., Raford Hal No. 18 West late
dencia Street.

Uve Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W
meits to Pythian Hall It and Ir
Weduesdays In each pauth. VisftU
sovereigns cordially = ;.
w. W. Oak G e, No. 4.6 LN., L&T. H.ad lC.ALL
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursdar- T* Ta --
of each mrnth at 3S: p. m., 3rd floorI 2 NASWVILL-'- OnioA< 0M X
Whtsma building, sothwoest corner TI NOUHa EfPp aODAYrOAChM
palatfo and Garden streets. Visitin,! a n LIM To CMNiS
sovereigns cordially tknvitd. Mrs. W. Imm on smem unae MA. -S Iie~MS
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. O)seo, L.mILSULaMI.e.A 4 LLLMM .4im.4 t
Guardian. II -

|vg, tFWril ud M W" Raiay Ge.
SafrabWHo TIlah sso aNd O1 r gl r laUlroal *.
Sdiedul Taking Effect May 6. 1905.
--7 -I

southbound No. 1
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry) ....12:20a-.m
Lv Macon (C. of OL. Ry.) :45am
Lv Cuthbert.. ........... 7:50am
Lv Arlingto ...........19:10o.m
Lv BahtbridPe.. .. .. .-.-11: )a.m
Ar Tallahsse.. ..........12:55p
,v Tallaassee (8. A. LL.By) 1:5p m
Ar Jackville, (S. A. L. y.) 1:40pxm
Lv sahase*.. .. .. ... :00p.m
Lv SocQOappy.. .... ..:141m
Lv Lark.. .... 5p.m
Lv Carrabelle.. ****** 4:00pm
Ar Apalachicola.......... 7:00p.m

No 3
7: 60a.m

5:15p m

4: 00a. m .... ...

8: 00a.m
10: 45a~m

No. 5



S,- 5a.m 8:S:pI
:19 a.m 9"M4p
10: ')5a.n. 10:26pm
10: 15a.m 10:35p m

Sunday Sn

No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 NO. 4
Lv Apalachicola .......6:30am ........ ........
Lv Carraltl. .. .... 11:3 2:00pm 00pm n 4 :0a,
LT ark.. ** ** .... 11:45a.m 2:20p.m *6:45p.m 4:45M
Lv SopcboppY..-.. ..12:16p.m :14p.m 7-21p.m 5:ks&L
Ar Tallahassee.. .. ..... 1:30pm 5:00p.m 8:35p.m 6: 2L=
lv Jack'vwle(S. A. L KIy.$-.. :05a.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
AliTlshaseeW (t.A.-IaR.).. 3:10p.m 10:00p.m ........ ........
f.v Tallahases.. .. .. .... 3:5p.m 6:85a.a 8:45p.m 6:3" a.
Lv BainbriTde .. .. .. 5:2 p.m 8:27a.m Ar 10:25p.m 8:27a.m
Ar arlltbgtO S.. .. ....... 7:25p.m 10-lGa.m ........ 10:1e.
Lv CuthberC. a t"y.) ..43 11:55a.m ........ Ar1: f.
Lv Macon, (C. o G. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:5snI
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:8 San 7:55p.m ........ 7:55s.a
NOTICE: :--raI"s Nis. Iand 6 will depart from, and arrive at, eOA
of shetwell tretu BalM odge.
Tickets for Train e, leavIng Balnbrdgeo Sundays at g:20 a. m. will b
en saleat the els M of the C lnhl QroceAry Company.
w am No. S will top 36 amutes at Lanark for breakfast.
General Masnager. w.Pas Agt. GoWl Paet Aut




4 .

rfm~a uv~tpvy\A'+,r.


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vo mo


rA Dewr' W arLo' a s





am offered here in all
ltnes necessary for the
proper equipment of boys.
and it's not long now till!
school opens.
If the highest qualities,
coupled with the lowest
prices in!' rest the moth-
ers of boys. they will
sunrly bring them here.


J White Store
Oufitter to Men and Boys
205207 S. PalfoL
Pboae 225.


Blue Ribbon

Mottle Beer
hm ao equaL
SW ererywim

A. Friedman
Whok u gDniwgctr.
i n Importew Vines

(OM, proankahm bldIaL -at
so #%ma&nS Bustaless Cllege.
P11apt attention alws gtv I
Sbuesamms. Pmcoa. (

SOirnaie Relating to the City
*atl Health of the Cty of Pear
eI.el ad ORfeUses Agatt the
It etatael by the Mayor sad
4CMefl of the City of Pesamola:
11s 1. 'iMt the aCiy trd of
at the City of P aoolahall
ot the Mayor, the City Physi-
fte Chairman of the Board of
sBty. of Public Worat, and
Harbor and Sanitary Comu ittee
Th Ie cfty Council
S eetion 2. That all sanitary apee-
Sgft and other employees of the
ifKith Department of the City of
shall be appointed by the;
Boar of Health from time to
1k as the same may be authorized
| the Council.
S Aectio 3. That the City Physician
be the Health Oflcer of the City
Piasaeola, and shal receive there-
S &a salary of PIfty Dolla*h ($50.00
9r nmmth in addition to his salary
4 City Physician. The said Health
I- O er subject to the ordinances of
)l hCity and the rules and regulations
Sthe Cty Boar of Health. shall
mw general charge of the sanitary
S1Metoors and other employees of
All Health department of the City
SInm addition to the powers and
i N hereby conferred upon him
|I HWealth Cicer .hall possess all
M powers and perform all the duties
SMNEerred upon the Ilealth Oflcer of
L-e City by existing ordinances not
SN enflict herewnih.
OSetion 4 That the Cl'r Hcalth
lOdor shall have the power to sus
any insq ctir or other em-
e: of the -ar-d of Health for a
I erlod not eixo'd:nc five days. He
*h report to The Mayor s': .uspen.
dot B marde bv hi an(' :;' cause
f tweof. wi h'n : days ltn'reatter
1110 there';t.i :i i., Mayor sh :l call .,
S31etinng ol ;he C.- IP ar< f Hea
Sto ema. t* same The Ci:'-
SWaMi o? (i al!'h :;.: in i:' d<- cre:tlo.
aspenn,. r< u absehar.?e an '
spNec or, or oth er'-ploy-ee electedI
Sr appoiaird by i a any miwe.
Section Thae whenever yellow
fcer s:aUl e is: in the Ci'y of Pensa
*t It siam' ao 'he duty of any
gh-siclan vb-o 'ba visit or attend
AM pa .kn: s Fffr:.ng from fever of'
kind 'o 'poir >uch ca, iof fere:,
h the Ctry Hea:h Offl-i. within f.v.,
) hours: and i: s;hal: h i .f duty c!
.if City H.a .h Ot1i- -r :, make imn
.gadiate re- '- f o'ach si'h rcase of
r t'-Lth< lS:at ]ar. of H'jalth.
atio. C Tha' any person con
ggeW In the Pol:,o ', ,ir: of vioia;-
41 any prf '"on oif ,I ordinance
v~ be p1-n.' i1 a fi.te exceed -
6-A*4KOue HunInred l,>arz (Otlo. or
lIprisonnionn. T.O T'xe .n Sixty i
I dayE. or Ivy ,:h such ie and
riBent in th. d:screion of t
gesiom 7. Tha- al' ordinances and c
of ordinances in conflict here- t
be, und thb same are. hereby re t
goetiM 8. That this ordinance s
Stlke effect inmmediav :y upon h
pama. mid approval
f Ap teed Sepmbecr ]90t5.
-: CHAS H B166. b
c. & MERFITT, Citrk Mayor


Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen,
Vt tl hCah ftpftn flts @Uia tCleared.
buCiTl PASTORS!Kelvingrove, Br. stEamer,.Mcle-
.t ad Gm I I nan, for Rosario with 3,764,000 feet of I
ftt 5I Da timber.
in M o/Tf i S.endMe t-to [
Following is the ordinance separat- Send Me
Ing white and colored passengers in a SSt j t teemrshils.
street car which was passed by tho T e Star- Steav August Bclmont, Br ,s. Barnes, 2967
council~ ove i aor s ises i n ve to lams t IL m i ampio to Gulf Transit Co.
Night. The ordinance 1% 1! go into etf Lau1 dry Capera, al. .ss, Agostini, z693,
Feet in fifteen days, or on Thursday, I u. Norfolk to Gulf Transit Co.
October 12. The ordnance follow U Lh: U ,7 EDulcie, Br s., Harri1on, 1285, Faro
To be etitled. An Ordinance to Re-1 i Pensacola F.L. Ernesto, Span ss, Oaiacchea, 1691,
To be entitled. An Ordinance to Re-'_Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co.
hr eS ratiSCar Cempe rs ani They Urge CitiZeS toS Co-perate Harold, Not ss. 1435, Aos, London.
Qt"aOperating Street Cars alOng Ilai Iru Hesieystde, Br. ss, Bediington, 1687.
the Streets of the City of Pensaco!a Hsa St. Vincent.
to furnish SeparateCars, or Divi- With Dr. Porter i Fight on SHELB SPR A n s Aranao verpoo to
sions in Cars, or other Provisions;s, ALAo Ida, Sp Aranao, Uiverpoo; to
for the Separatin of White and 1 olthe Fever. Under Now Manageent.Gu Marstone, Br ss, Prout, 2513, Nor-
ored Passengers: A delightful resort immune from folk to order,
Be it ordained by the Mayor and fever, offers to refugees elegant ac- Br. ss Mariner, Capt. Bubb, from
the City Council of the City of Pen-' The pastors of the city, whose commodations and board at $25 per New Orleans.
saco 1. That all persons, copa names are signed to the following ad- month, $7.60 per week. Everything Niceto, Span ss, Bervtigui, 1822.
Section 1. That all persons, uonpa-, L rst-class Liverpool
ni;s or corporations operating street dress held a meeting yesterday morn- r-cla R ingham. Br ss Heworth, 1649,
car lines in the City of Pensacola ing and decided to-make an appeal to Tenereiffe to IFr. J. Schreyer.
shall Burnish separate accommoda- the public in reference to the fever TU N baba, Br ss, Holliday, lt08, 'Trinlaad
tkns for white and colored passen- situation. Their appeal is as follows: ILLto Pensacola Lumber Co.
geis. A failure to comrnply with these Ctu Simonslde,t Pr ss. Robson. 1958,
proV.LIcn shall subject-the person The Pastors' Appeal. M Mi0.an ro Sanderland to J. A. Merrtt & Co.
sr, offending to a fine of twenty-five' We, whose names are hereunder IcV Iian B S.r Tridnt, Br ss, Innes. 206, Cardff
d.iars or imprisonment for sixty written, occupying positions .s teach- Manufacturers, Ships.
yeton 2. That every street car ers of religion, and exercising, we M OBILE, AtrA BAMA. Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-,
S o nc rI Lmen to M aster.
conppauy or person operating a street' hope, some influence In this commun- __
car line along or upon the streets of ity. take this method of expressing BarK4.
Ithe City of Pensacola shall make pro to our fellow-citizens our entire ar. M A R K TS Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348, i
visions, ruks and regulations for the Gloucester to order. r
separation of white passengers from unqualified confidence in the motives Hudson. Nor bk, Knud.sen, 771, Lon-
colored passengers by separate cars and efforts of Dr. Porter and the corps d--- on to order.
or fixed divisions or movable screens of co-adjutant physicians in this city Naval Stores Mseket. Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227 1
or other methooa of division in the cars to restrict and stamp out the yellow Savannah, Ga., Sept. 26.-The naval London.
of such lines. A failure or refusal by in our midt stores :market closed to-day as fol- Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carrela,
ary such street car company or other e r mist. low: 633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
person to make such provisions, rules We assert and emphasize the gener- WW........ ..............6 60 Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors-
or regulations, shall be punished by al proposition that It is the duty of WG .........................5 20 ground to A. Zelius.
a fine not to exceed Ifty dollars for all citizens to co-operate with the ap- N .........................4 80 Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
each offense, each day of such failure I ... 0 Rotterdam
or refusal shall constitute a separate pointed and professional authorities, K ... .. .... .. ....... 4 70 to 4 75 oterdam
ofense. Irrespective of all personal predilee.- .. ...............4 to 4 70 Barkentines.
Section 3? That conductors or other tions and opinions. Further, we wish H ........ .................. Alfa Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen,
(,mployes in charge of such cars shald ........................ Ceara, Brazil.
assign passengers to their respective to express our belief that the efforts G .. .. ....................4 55
car or division provided by said comn- to suppress the disease, so far as w3 F.. .. .....................4 50 cooners
panies or persons under the provl- can judge, are based upon the latest .. .... ..................4 30 Donna Christina, Am !ch, Axelsen,
along of this act. and most approved theories and facts. .. .. ............. ......3 90 165, Belize to master.
Section 4. That any passenger wi.- of modern therapeutic and sanitary C.... .. .... ......3 45 to 3 55 Doris, Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana
fully occupying any car or division of science. We, also, wish to say that Spirts Turpentine 64 cents. Elma, Br sch, Henebery, 299 Ha-
car other than that to which he has each and all of us will use our besa vana.
been assigned as aforesaid, shall be endeavors to assist the state and HJalmar, Am sch, Axc'san, 55, Key
prnished by a fine not to exceed municipal officers and agents and the COTTON est to Gulf Trnsit o.
twenty-4ve dollars or by imprisonment, medical practitioners. We believe Noas, Rus sch, Sneedje, 333, Glou-
not to exceed thirty days. Conductors' likewise that "the prayer of faita The following cotton quotations are center to Master.
or other employee in charge of such shall save the sick." and urge upon all reported for The Journal oaily by C.
ears or divisions of cars may eject Christian people the duty of increased Gunter Elmore, F. 9 B. cotton brolcer, Low rates at Southern Hotel for
therefrom any passenger who wilfully public and private prayer in the ex- Pensacola, Fla.: rooms and board.
occupies any car or dilIslom other Isting distress. ,11.
than that to which he has been as-. We also request that all cases of Pensacola Quotations.
signed. 'sickness belonging to our several Gooa? Middling ..... .. ......10% LAUREL BI LL IS
Section 5. If amy conductor or other congregations be reported to us by Strict Middling.. .. ..........10%
employee having charge of aWy suc- the inspectors or other officers. .Middling.. .... .. .... ....... .10%
car shall permit white and colored (Signed) Strict Low Middling .. .. ...... 9 GRADING STREETS
passengers to occupy the same car ir! KEDERIC JONES, Stains and Tinges ( to 1 cent lower.
case separate cars are provided, or. Pastor First Baptist Churc.
divisiions in case separate cars be not A. T. SHAR BE, New York Quotations.
provided, he shall be punished by; Pasto Katharine's Church. New York Septt7.'--The following PEOPLE THERE ENDORSE PRE-
fine mt to exceed fifty dollars or i K are the ruling co quotatlons to- CAUTION8 BEING TAKENEY
pr^isoa t not to ex0ed sixty days. B. C. GLENN,. rl c stations to CAUTIONS BEING TAKEN EY
Section 6. That nothing in this ordi- Pastor Patlaox Street Methodist y: Open Close STATE HEALTH OFFICER
nance sall be construed to prevent : Church. January 10.87 10.75
the raring of extra or special cars F. A. ROGERS, J October ... ..... 10.68 10.46 PORTER.
tfor the e lasive accommodation of Pastor Gadsden Street Methodist December ............10.81 10.6
either white or coloMd passengers, If. Church.....
regular e" for the accommodations PERCIVAL H. WHULEY, D. D Liverpool Quotations. Laurel Hill, 'Sapt. 27.-Opening and
are opeatea as required by this ordn Rector of Christ Chure .verpool, Sept. ,7.-The following cleaning streets is now rapidly pro-
nance. and run at s rh intervals orf -, are the ruling cotton quotations today; grossing in town, and everyone seems
time as is now or mav hereafter be' Open Close to be interested in the work.
required by ordinances of the city. T Oct.-Nov.. .. .... .......5.72 5.69 R. J. Hart has graded West street
Sectlos 7. That nothing in this or- Nov.-Dec.. ...... .. ....5.76 5.72 as far as the avenue leading from the
dance shall be coatrued to apply II Dec.-Jan.... ...... .. ..5.78 5.75 residence of Alex Givens to the rail-
t( nurses attending children, or inva- in the first place, the stomach must be road crossing. This work will contin-
lids. of the other race. made strong so that the food will bs Cause of Insomnia. ue until the town of Laurel Hill will
Section 8. That all ordinances and properly digested, the bowels opened Indigestion nearly always disturbs prove the fact that we mean to ha've
pcr:s of ordinances in conflict here and the blood made pure. In the the sleep more or less and is often a clean town-clean of trash as well
with be and the same are hereby re- second place, we advise you to us' the cause of insomnia. Many case. as Tblind tigers.
pealed. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters becausehave been permanently cured by The public school will open Mon-
Sction 9. That this ordinance shall it has proven time and again its won- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver day next at the college with Prof. R.
take effect fifteen days after its pas- derful value in all cases of Stomaca Tablets. F'or sale by all drugglsts. 0. Woodruff, formerly, of Westville,
sage and approval. troubles. It always cures Poor Ap-. as principle. Mr. Woodruff comes
etite, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sostive- An Atlanta Enterprise of Great Mer.highly recommended and this is to
Cured of Lame Back After 15 Y ness and Malaria.. Try a bottle today. It affords us pleasure to call special be one of the best schools ever Iaught
rd or Suffering a1d attention to the advertiement of then Laurel Hill. .
T "Mother's Friende" tpps-mead on this The protracted meeting which was.
"1 had been troubled with lame back HflTrTTR'e "oer's Friend," appearlng in this
for hdfbeen yearsoanub found a cam baHOSTETTER isrue. expected to begin at the new church
pete e "in the use of Chan STOM C The trad'fleld Regulator Co., of At- building last night has been rost-
51S ITT R nante, a., haveatdra ex on acunt of sickness in the
be.-iair.'s Pain Balmi- says John G., I ALMDl I I lanta, Ga., have at great expense a v. Wheeler. The meeting,
Bisher, Gillam, Ind. This lintment s su a mo attractive and meritorious n Wenesd nex
also without an equal fo sprains and hook, which they mall free, containing ll b e. era des. G n.
bruisets. It is for sale by all drug- --I ----- -w ladles expecting to become mothers. a preaaos and er-_ made for texs-
Didts' v eredy.ha I That the "Mother's Friend" is a remp. etin and severa, l ministers are ex-t
edy wonderful In its effects, and re- pected to be present.
fLORIDA TOURIST tih Iteexpec mother Vf mur |h: o3.j .s.o Forla.. .w. s
LTsuffering and robs the final hour of it Wgigns, who has been a student of
TdAr Ta nd pain, _is fully.... y blaw for several months under the eve
theexperienver this con hpeenta of Hon. Willis Wood, will undergo the
T V LA nerusal of th1 ,1oOk 1Ol conn RY.e required examination at the fao l term

M- d d. .. 4. t.. .. L< ....Wi "-of court in DeFuntak Springs. Mr.
THOUSANDS OF WINTER VISITORS any ly, and the use of Mother's W!ggns is a worthy young man,
ARE EXPECTED FOR THE COM- that an air of prosperity comrn- thidc friend blessing e tehour raised In Santa Ro a county, and his
mands respectwhen first she heard of it and was in r many friends are glad to know that
ING SEASON. You know there is a very fit- duced to use it. h,- i fast progressing and that ha will
ting expression that "you can Send your rame and address to The ruake a mark worthy of mention.
get more with your diamondson PBraddeld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga., We are all well pleased with the -
Jacksonville. Sapt. 27.-This is a sea- than you can get on your dia. and receive in return, free, this excel-i precautions sed by Dr. Porter and all
Sn of the yeiear when the managers ot, monds," and it's a fact. lent book, "Motherhood"' containin concerned mrearding the stamping out
Flor.da hotels are brushing up and information of"Malue to all desnt g of yellow fever from Pensacola. Such
making Improvements for the winter VAu steps as are being taken by the au-
trad<,. Throughout the state this is 1Uh ISU __ thorities have the approval of the peo-
being done, a &a especially at the east IVS&IEI$ ::-' :s:-- *h ple in adjoining towns and the coun-.
coast resorts, where large forces of TERELY TOL try at large, and all are ang that
men are working to get tourist hotels U UT BUSINESS LOCALS. TLsuch precautions and earnest work
it ship-shape for the coming of the # U S INE may be the means of clearing away,
thousands of tourists who visit Flori- A well-groomed man not only from the towns we love of all sucb
:. every winter. commands respect, bat demands ccntagious diseases. The universal s
The same is true in this city, where It, and it doesn't require such Hendril & Carpenter will f sentiment is that it is a matter of im-
he proprietors of hotels have been an awful outlay to give a good eni ates on balding andt ant possibility for the fever to pass the
making improvements during the dull front; itts care in buying. and give personal attention to work. quarantine lines so closely guarded j
months. At all of the hotels in Jack- Don't go to Mr. Credit Store 9m 2 E. Strong, and 824 east LaRua around Pensacola.
sonville there has been at least some- and pay one-third more for the street&. Florala has about all the ptrblic roads
thing done in this way. Every winter same quality. Come it and see well guarded and but few can pass *
he tourists who come to Florida ob- our line of McKinse Oerting *Co., wolesal over on the Alabama side. By this,
serve an improvement in the hotels of ,1cne Laurel Hill is now getting pretty fairj4
Jacksonville and all of Florida. It is CLOTHING HAT Sand retOEail ship chanders trade from the farmers who hereto-
a fact that the standard' of manageC-T AND FURNISHINGS8 ATit only first-class hous o 0. thekindo fore crridtheir cotton and produced
meant and excellence has greatly inC- in e Fi 1 tto Florala.
creased throughout the state, and that CASH PRICES. hferior wh If it, is a violation for one to pas'
here is not a state in the country Why use eor paper, wen y over who resides In Laurel Hill and
where better hotel accommodations can buy Kelso Bond, F'ench Dimity surrounding community, it should be *04
man be had. Those who tour Flora Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. for all and any are per-
he year round find gooa accommoda- Thompson's. 0 S. Palafox. emitted to cross the lines why not a-pe
ons at all of the cities-and towns; IO low the ministers of the gospel to
throughout the sta:e and a progres- Low rates at Southern Hotel for pass to their regular appointments e.
sveness on the part of proprietors of i rooms and board.- specially those who have not been t |
hotels which is commendable. CASH CLOTHIER the least exposed to the infected d3-
Otore To Close. P ne297 ON THE HALF SHLL AT NICK!
On account of boliday our store will Ca Main d PalSfo S APOSLE'S RESTAURANT Rj w
bc closed next Saturday. APOSTLES RESTAURANT EVERY Low rates at Southern H6tel for
TH 1 ZLWIS BEoR CO. DAY. I room and board.

I s

Hundreds of Men Who Could Have

Passed the Medical Examination

required by all life insurance, rc.::upnie are -nt on the
refused list. You can't aff,-..d to k :' r:sk longer.
Better close up that r,',cy in the :,',.'.1' to-day.

Fire, Lile.

Knowles Bros.

Gcn'i A~ts
7) .i

The Union Central Life
has a lower death rate, lower expense rate, an d higher
tlerest rate thr.n any company doing business in Florida,
St bould be easy for you to decide the rest

B. S. Williams, General Agent.

Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repafi rs of
Prompt aLtendon t ll ; t a jri.r, ,by -.'r nigh:. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s ce.ebraeI !.og andl Tim.hr lnbj. also
Chalrs'of all dsscriptlons.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, ,Mgr. .
Residence Psone 1029. P. 0. Bcx 123. .


Real Estate !

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