The Pensacola journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00732
 Material Information
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 30, 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
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lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00732
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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Latest Telegraphic News Service==Foreign and Demestic==FPurnished

by The Associated Press

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THE WEATHER: Showers fol-
loa-ed by fair Saturday; Sunday
fair; f( sh southeast winds.

NO. 2




T HE JOURNAL'S \Van: Ad. page
is alw:.ya read jy n,'a:n;. a.
the people.





^ Mother and Four C'hildr n AT1 N[;. OIl.~A~JS L, R. 7raver. Jr. Man of J
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$65,000 FOR


, Noted Lobbyist Had All of the



Buried in a Single Grave Big Expenses on Account of Fever and Leisure, Shoots H imiself Through Increase in Cases Over Day Pre-

By Associated Press. Hank G.bson. a 17-y.ar-old no.ro ho ave All Been Paid by Che6s Head at His Apartments vious, But Ge6nral Outlook
H T 'u fl. Texas. Sept. 2",-Thue ho was w.rlilna in a nearLy fiel:i-1:1 and riohthr
;'.o l.-s Mrs. A. .t C1mdit. her thL n who sa... thll fir -: alarm,. his Vo-h easr 8ll lOUCII8S. IS ril .
* oer :- ar-o:-. dauth'r, and her sons s -arc hi 1 ,l i- fi ; liv <- : rhit'; was! By Associated Press. |In the prime of life, fair hei h and
>t> six. an-i ten. rt'spectivl.y,. found (con .: "l ) tweon il ('c eTs f N 'W Y '-rk, .'e:0 -!.- W illiam R.' the p s -.-,r of a large ori; '..
v 0o wer. murder y:,.-.ray near a i)' r rs, lr., mi ':1,, n' an of 10is- M:r. Travers niarriei Miss Liv Har-
E'ina. Tuxas. by a nt-ero, were interred: If tie h.2ban,; iC aASn: i 112 D ANr. son t, :. c i ): i wit aI Wall alimant, sistr of Mrs. W. K. Vauer- TINU L I NI
in a sing", t crav e iodav. a ir t : e ro i'i ),,. -- stret op,.-ratur. \V.::ai R. Travers. built, .Ir. T'ho couple separate, three
As a rt- ul" o! uspleion against '- hd. f ', n it'ed s. i. ,,i:" hy shooting years ago. Mr r. Trav ers golng to Paris?
S,,t is,.f h1 ro' i.,i: 'i hI ,ad in h.s apart- to live. He left .,,veral let :-s rtelat-
ni ePs a. avniie. Tho sui- ing to jus;-.Cs nbit nothing Civiug a AS 3000 SS Rain PpaSpS All Pi.iS
SYesterday's Record of New Cases l 'J ; r. Travc: a bing,,ii a. to th caus of the od. s Soon as
T.i.ITP iiHIP T.r ni l; nnin T..n..;,,,,- i MI..^n- l.-._ :Ue.+

states west of 0hio t Loiok I UMVIIl I L nl AILnUAU

After for the Companies.




By Associated Press
__~ Yol-' S-p -i-Wh -n The 1Pz-
proci'ne 1 in the in-I
tcins. Iigat m actj-ln'ed I-Aua %
!\ : 24;1.,.nd--(a wt-ev
3:1 'wh(.cli rr ;."O l ,. has 14('Qii
a.'a "u~miii an v't- wk .kmuev The in-
Tj14 T .' 1 (111on t of wi'nessos thqt have
'..111d lc:..n 1"4 *, wve-k has lhe''n
74 i~lt-P K .'h s-~,.sa' ions and that talion
.iII. a- n 't xct van to the rulqe
'i sdr,ivini. -d'~teriwn sesion
q..da~t wb.,n Alfr'-.\NV Maine.as-
1[I$ 1, q I i*: '14 1 ;.
I*ll aLcd.-(l to th stand thati 1*,wa'c
-hat :h'ao Ecn lialile lI,:!.'.
u tt ut ii.Life aSlojt L- Nw -York Li!.
~compan~ties h('h ~4r4la IYWIto lool
after le-cs15?ion i fr i te iarims
Axidrow- Tiani-lton to whom Preizi-
46tent Mr-Call Wo vif New l("k T,.
which h NJ ",1 *' Ic .'. :'ci r
2 icic-' as in -f''r,h- to1uht
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Famous Georgian Purchases $12,- "t is Now Regarded as an Essen-
000 Property at Fort tial to the Operation of


Fort lauderdale. Sept. 29.-A few,
das ago E E0 I.A-e a son-in-law of

the Roads.

By Associated Press.

Hon. Thomas E. Watson, of Thomson. Detroit, Mich.. Sept. 29.-The staie-
Ga.. was here looking <,>er the Me- ntent at today's session of the annual
Gregor Adams property, about one convention of railroad branches of the
and a half miles down the river from Young Men's Christian Association
this place. Since Mr. Lee's departure
it is learned that he has purchased showed seventy-four thousand paid up
the Adams property for a wint-'r members, an increase of twelve thou-
homt for Hon. Thomas E. Watson. fhe sand in two years. One hundred and
price paid being $1"'.00,. The Ada:, th irtybuildings, valued at two and a
home is located on the peninsula. Yew
River Sound on on, side and h.o At quarter million d1iars are ownea' and
;antic ocean on the other, making it during the past year. twenty six hun-
one of the most beautiful and pictur- d(ed men have followed definite
esque places on the (ast coast. Mr courses of study.
Adams has spared no amount of The statement said the movement
money n b auifying the grounds an fitted into the needs of the railroad
making navigab" waW" most c e tht it Is now regarr'od"- on
i,,t.. :.,anY roads ,:; an essential factor to
Mr Watson and family are making raoad operationft o to
arrangement, to spend this winter at
thei-r ntw home. Mr. Wa'son Is onut
,of th<,' abiesi lawyers in Georgia. a Joe Crawford Killed.
noe ,, lecturer, and a man of whom .1:A Montgomery. Ala., Selpt. 29.-The
Ihe South should feel proud. He has sheriff's office has bh,,.n nofi(ed of a
ju-it onip.,'tedi an A,:'.--'can history. tragedy at Moiint Merg.-. a;mbout t:I;
h,* first ever written b.. a southern miles from th.s. ci'.', in which a man

S 1 ,;: c '.: ,(" T ' F 1 S' r -t -i r.
N :. I' Th"'i n' The l winO-- Mr. Wa'!sn has the honor of being
S. L r $t;:..,414.4,+' ;;1: th, filr : ilan ifitroduce the fret
'- i..1 ',', Mr }I;:nm ",:-. for l]'.a: -i 'vc p':'ftrn,. at'.1 i: i- said. through
t- r'. ..- f-,i ',. 1 : 1 Mr W\Va: - influence, Mr. Bryan
vM -. '," ,any itc'aill-' tir'st run f, r president.
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'y ilhe name of .I -) Craw'or,! is sail,
tr. have been sht and kilEtTI b'l Mi':l-
(obb,. Deputy :-o.'riffs were at o ,ont to he .c- :; The' ',artic'uars
could not be l<'rnel.


s. uoiverPy aDn ahTr egral Must Be Aga in o iled.

By Associated Press. ADOPTED. git ^i^. .^..^W'4-,t^ ,
^""^^' :" .^^.^ :' : "-"' ..Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 29.-It cost t t
a whie man $5 to smoke an opium olwv o Iown, Is the llal su m-r
No w Oriea.s. Stp-. 29.-, -ol- By Associated Press. p pe in Birmingham, and the same priv- Inary 4,4f !h,. y..hlow i, I r sit ta-
So.in a re to adison, Wis., Spt. 29.-As the re- il,'e to a woman is $1. This was the tion u 1 To .. light:
s to 2; to. to st of the ateipt of a crowd of stu andard fixed by Judge Feagin in the' w ca .. ... 1
Police court yesterday when ('harles! `t,
;. ,!' ;.'.,,:. ,.- (',nts to break up the carnival last ee and a J were arrained I, ",::: ,, ... .. .. .... -
S i ,rlhs it)ay. 2; tozal to -Tniiht, Ma.yor Curtis has ordered the fur "hitting the pipe." An exception ': Total .1. a", to date .. .. ..23
:* S N, a: rest or assaiultini the officers. Pres- that she was Ivexperi'nced in the art, Cas uu,n: t r i !tti::t .. .67 ;.
:-. ..r '.i t, ."it, i.oent Van H:s-, of !th university, has ,t smoking the liTtle black pill. The
C .v-- ,; i-:.l, ,;4Q. ,urge hc ofli'..rs ;and courts to show man sait' he got the pipe in New Or- .' :-.... **
S-i ,.1. disV:.:.*:,.Min and h sai he said he leans, where num .roiis dens are said
-, .. .. ... . .. -..-,. .-,-.-* voul], ex\;- ,eve:y student convict d to be operated by Chinamen. The Sixteen n'. ca; o:f y l'ow fever
:---- :1 cn-t ai vui.,; biuspend all who case proved interesting as it was an! and two dnt 's from t, Pe.: .ion Lcrarer Now. arear r-ct..,d. ,ofi day h police court. The pipe the report of the s-"'aI :ha'.r oti"e for
Nv -s t. 2".---, 0'- which was confiscated by the arrest- +iriday.
cra. I o. 'r;: lw ecr r REMARFRIS DIVORCED WIFE 'ing policemen, Ray and Elleve. Is on:
lin) r c ,, a* ,' yin.v'ls is es..1o n 't. a :;TO JOIN CHURCH exhibition at headquarters. The case The Deaths.
r'' relict ol n\ i;re cas- ou is unique in that it is the first of its The deaths, those of Thomas Mar-
%in vw of thw fr t that the ,o itt W is., ,t. 29--Will B- kind ever brought to light In lirmning- tn at S. Aony's o ta, an 4
;,l,_,; Sqt. )-Will Bo- I tin at St. Anthonyrs ho-aJtaa, and of
*a i Ih a:o. th r tag ar, a (.,v, t ri ministry of iB bamn. The arr, -ss were ade in ati
as i ':h ao. the'r exceentage oy sick- .van -. 1 'l, r f, married history building on Twenty-seconua street. Giacoma Auiigla. of 3f)5 SoutLh Bayl...a
"s .rd exceedingly o:m w hom been Street, were repoxrte, .n The J,, rnaal
and tlh ee rtottes thdat arc eI e- rD more I n a y. ar Such A D GROOM yesterday but were n ,t In;,1(! ', .
ring at this tme, considrnl tth ex- were the re rnthe ts before his re- the Thursdlay report. *'y occurr. 1
themes of weatiaer in Sep!t-iber, is a-c1pitn into the church. I w ngl y a- L r ou- mi.lnigt, w that x-. y are i:;-
sh)win: that is consichlred litle I-, atse. tnarrhedtto:a nir nime- t-a.ed in tt.. report f t ]f7 dey.
than reinarkabie. i ,!. j('!,,l th.i L(ap:i t Ic' .heNwC.irch.
With the siena improvement t. The New ases.
fever situation thcV is xpeci-. 1" i Jury A,'ards $5000 Dzar-:g:s. MR. AND MRS. B. J. GITTINGS EN- The names of thos.' -\' .:- si ':':
'1 -rad-al roduc ;!' fr, i 'r. the *.. ( a :, .,s. ,;a. ( ; ., jury w r.-, r n.,rt..l 'nr..: ": I .r
nil:: of next wiiek of : :, t, .i .R H1 i:-;:.- JOY SECLUSION OF THE ST. -'Fri:k iR. I'P', <2. "
ti; v!: u' aln r t h e .- ;c .' o ; t!i ",I '. 1 ,1.' i-(tr ; )1 a r.i' I !- *
-to. r n '- in 'o -,. : I .. Al LOUIS QUARANTINE. : ,r, ,t.
cat,, tlhe ( :ic i-, A :,c:'. rco .'., i. i . ,,ro -,L in a v :. o; o $ \V. or nr '.V -
.. L ,n-, ; 'I iIo. a-t .. : a:. at M rs. O) ,.n. 4 :n ;i
t!'.az the s,'c' -. --. .. - -- Ki,. h, oi' c':' by a St. L.;i. Mo., S ;). 2.*.-- Mr. B. J.'

41 '*. ,n; elhT t dte-d Ilarney MtNIewzn. 14401 l li']41'.
1.c. :vlik-,Th. sh- :s'C ii(l of the' Strc-.ts.
7 1 ? I -, t 'I ~ taii .),), h'.- (,hay-- coin-I J. Go'son, 317 t n'' l1 n~
I'i u ~eav r( )min mi T ii rit 1)1'a n i' t(yii j3Pi- I qet*
som" ~~~r ), 1)1-*g1'c"': I"11-1he ,t cl-la an! ,4mil I of
p4 as'ie 0.: of this unique eb'g'uin (ZO. Apr%, n>-h o~~l
of their 'ote-NOi! o'ieste H)Pn,21 Eut.I t
de tawret






*., '.,' ,,<,r ., s ,.-. I sonvil1 Srp'. 29-W while work-
S ct,: ,( o --)or .1hlk- :h : ot ,': city employees, at (L,
S-t I, ,, ,-. to r of I>a' and *tluiana stroe'<
-', ' "i '.- ye:-'i i'. a regro. nam,'
. ,., : .~ , . ,,'* wa.- b.,lly h,'rnm.d by a p;"
S ,, ' !.1'' i, \-ahi-'i was ovt-r:urned .\'.
r 7*' \- I : l t t cari
S ., ..,. ,>.- ': ~: 'r v ..x- co'ild bi i -arned of th,'
S "r'a.c.t ;a '' . i t gr had ju-'
. . , 'o t :;, ; to : (,' tra, k and was in ti.''
. ,,f passingg the pir of lead to an-
Sn-.ro. whi was in the ditch i.
i. n 'i ; s':t e- car (H'-hway Aveliac
RL DROWNED BY I jr I. in c(ih:tet of Moorinan S(eN%-
INT: O Ain-, n in. aind the sidt of the ca:t
st: ok :1,, handle of tht, po turnitL
",- o (nu'': I' s out upon the negr e-
n ,'k.-k
I'$ r 1. .gr,. was inime.iately taken
i a 1o li 11 h n ', :)'zr m :ecal attention, al1
,'' er (- \v;. hlarn.J :hla: Lc was in a seri-
S':. : Tht men were laying
S\a r i.a;:.s at al-ove po inlt.
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N. Oa"'ag D'-e.

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September 29
By Assocated Press.

A-ver- car.League.

Nat':c ma4 League.
~-' l,''a~ 7 N t Yk !-k
N, aA

.'::.. 0:. ?'pt 29.-At a meeting
- .. ,'-t.;.y ot tht bo iard oa 'lirec'ors oI
', Ir ',. \ian'i. and Gulf Railroa -
S :: p: ::y : N as .cide! o extend th,
:,.i wa: :romn Barrows Buifl
:< Hcien;.i ,::.I sou'hward from Nash-
. ', -:: ;p ':n: o the Gulf of Mex-
c ': tod 1 h'n Tht ro;in i-
.tk. i :' .,:;ple ,;'pit&a. and hustling
,x,,,:t- '.u'.'. firnanc:cr-s Thit, f',lhtwing
aomi. A ".a apq.id.ttd: Vice-Pnr-
,. n- .., M 'IA >anr. J. M. Ashley. G
v',. l >c'. ,',:iA E. Wadley. and W. 1M.

Tampa, F:a.. Sept. 29.-J.;uge Wall
'.a- ,it:ssoI.l the injunction secur-d:
C., ,fir-" 1,. pup:,S of the Turkey Creek
bhool to prevent Mrs. L. B. Mathe!s
i:' ou.: !'ri :;l .oachliI-. on the ground that a:;e
s c,,.1-lI not ine-rfere with dis-
S'nIuary powers of school boards in
2.- 1 oint'ng teachers.


The l!.g nin g of .resorlay af i "n on
played h1avo"' w.ith th! iic'al t. ; t.
lin-s. 0)- r'2'i ph)lor' a< re' o' i t' f ix.
aiIl some of t; p(eop!c i er0a;in. y got. an
,');;orti;nniy T44 :tp;);',.'catc the usb ful-
i, -. t a t' pi -;': 1-. 'sp,.'!eaily ,,n a
r ,;in it '.. T .i ,:;, I. i -. i i !el *I.
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Ki's Wife ard Attempts Sjicide.
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Worn:-r Attc'.-t is Bound Cvr.

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If that Prospective Coal Strike




CUhas. Tnr:;ir. -'4,-S Ar a',n -r-At.
MIr. (. a :: r, ''I11 \\'m
Man stre,"t.
J.'rry Sc 't. ,;07 East Belmont
Albert Scott, rr7 East Belmornt
lr. II. If. I;o:' r, 313 Nor:,
Spring stre,<.
FI. G. de Brcut Corrnr Gregory
s'r-'ot andl T ',, :h .A\ve'ie.
.,'an Smrith, N-'r-theast Corner
S- r:i n i W -'r '.' *r, .',.
MrB. B t. S: ::. N' i- i : Corner
Spring ani, Writ l r" '.
Lighter Record To-day.
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Brlun. S~pf. 2'4 -Thn offic7!il l i-n1 .r'r ~ o7 ~ .:ci' iitt
In 0 'n*:.- -. -: r hu',irs D r. Ban'. o'.I .c I-1,00 t Is
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Yne .wensACOLA


Now Running in




Author of "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmnes," "The Hound of
the bastkerMes." -The Sign of the Four," "A Study In Scarlet." Et&.


Each Story Complete in Itself.

The Marvelous Masterpieces of Mystery

which have been stamped as the greatest of

Twentieth Century Fiction.

You can't afford to miss these thrilling

detective stories.

You can get them in

The Sunday

Embracing the following subjects:
I. Language id Literature-- four-1
year course leading to the degree of
Pachcior of Arts, Greek is not re
quli-ed, but ib offered as an elective
throughout the course.
II. General Science- -Divided lntji
three coursefE i. Chemical course;
iMabemniatical course. Natural History.
course. No G-'ek and only entrance
La'in is require l in these courses. All
tour- year courses.
Ill. Agriult ure---Four-year and two.
)ear col'rses
IV. Engineer:ng-Four-year corrte
in Mechanical. Civ.i and Electrical
EngiLeering. also a two-year course
-u Mechanics. No Latin or Greek is
required in :11 or IV. The full course'
under II.. III and IV lead to the de-
gov of liackt of Science; the short
ccunrset, t: a C'(-.ficale of Proflcleny.
V. Pl'hrmac.- -A full two-year coursee
!. U> biun in September, 1,06.
VI. Nor-nal-- Three oour*ses for
ci.,-; A ne.>-earx course leading to
a (.:-t;ifka-, A three-year course lead-
1 to an L I Dploma; A four-year
course leadingg to the degree of B&che.
iol of P( dagogy.
An ample corps of competent teach.
.r* A h.gh c:.ri'ulum-Expenes. in-
in(luding board. $120 to $1&O per year.
Fall te-m op4'., September 2". 1905
Scd' foT a ta'locue.
ANDREW SLEDD. President.
Lake Citu, Florida.

Pensacola Dyeing, Clean-

Ing and Pressing Clb
i~ th'; la.e l1 send yo'or clothes to be
lyWd. C;,a,!:fd Pressed or Repaire.:
Th4 y ar1 new, in a position to handle
your work ni. r1 ,iciently than ever.
Phone 675. Proprietor.
No. 11 North Palafox Street.






Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
140 S. Palafox. Phone 999


The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature ,

One of the new reddish brown sicil- continued to the front as a circular
.noes works :,p w.,i in this charmnin basqut or peplum,. the b It be!ng
F:,ench ;ti :, which is plain enough smartly pointe:: in the middle, fasten-
f-,.- ri'uti sr,'t wear. and still dressy ing en suite with the double-breasted
,'o:.,u h t1, do di'y as a visiting toilette. f;;s:en:ng to the left side. The sjirt
Th, c)at displays the novel Napoleon s:ows inverted pleats in each gore-
collar an Dirvctoire revers. these? there are a d'z n of them to the skirt,
,dgeJd with a broad black and white and at the knee point on each side
sriped silk. cut on the bias-a favor- further inverted pleats are inserted
:T, tr.-:ming scheme with Paristan with excellentt effect. The sleeve is
couturieres this season--and the rev-'a gigot design, full at the top and taper-
cres themselves are faced with a steel ing below the elbow, where the fulh-
blue broadcloth embroidered with a ncss is laid in pleats. o'ropping into
rose design in tgy ribbons. The coat the cuff that is en suite with the
presents a postillion back, which is revers.

Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar less imitations have similar sounding
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated names. Beware of them. The gen.;
Honey and Tar as a throat and iung uine Foley's Honey and Tar Is in a:
remedy, and on account of the grent yellow package. Ask for it and re-
merit and popularity of Foley's Hor.n- fuse any substitute. It is the best!
ey and Tar many imitations are of- remedy for coughs and colds. W. A ;
ferci for the genuine. These worth- D'Aiemberte. Drugrist and Anothecarr




OLD LEON HOTEL Mrs.Sargent Praises Duffy's

HAS NEW LESSEES The dea r d lady was given up to die by the family doctor, but
she Is now strong and well, without an ache or pain, thanks to
MRS. LAMB, AFTER YEARS IN THE the rmtllfe.givingtonic-stimulant, Duy's Pureflalt Whiskey.
.BUSINESS, TURNS P-- OPI have not had a doctor since my
.BUSI.NE.SS, TURNS PftOPERTY ;! :..: sickness and I thlnk Duffy's Is the best
OVER TO OTHER HANDS., "" ediciecan take for y oIda ,U a
for anyone else, young or old."

The Tallahassee Capital says: A
. L.otable change in Talahassee hotel
circles was made yesterday when Mrs.
SContributions Come in Slowly and ,F.R. Lamb, owner of the Leon, leas-
Se.' it to Messrs. Edwin F. Dnuk and
Much More Money is Needed Joseph D. Hutchinson.
,The Len Is one of th? famous ho-
f0r Work Being Calr- ,-tl.,.of Florida and has sheltered man:.
S distinguished personages and has been
tied on the sc'ne of many important ,?vents,
In the social and political life o( the
t: ate.
SHere history hag been made. Here
Citizens of Pensacola are. still -e-Ealso stat-sm.n have bcen made and
spending slowly to the call for a relin*f tun:imae.
fund. The money is badly neeA l. It has long ben h quarterer, for
and is being used most judiciously. Of the FIorida legislature and the attend-
course, more money is needed. and all ant Third House. It has been said.
thcse who are able to afford it are i ith much truth, that the roal work
urge! to sen! in contributions. The .*.. legislatures has been done ai
dn(.ations to the funal to date are as the Leon Hotel.
tlolows: 1By the terms of the lease signed
The Donations. I yesterday Mrs. L.amb retires an I
.. <. -,rs. I-.ro and:! MHn hinson a.--

First N. i ional Bank ..........
W. S. K.-yser Co ............
American National Bank......
SConsolidated Grocery Co......
Fr. J. Sireyer ...............
Those C. Watson ..............
Escambia Realty Co..........
Lee Daniel ..................
W. A. Blount....... ..........
Hannah Bros.. ..............
People's Bank....... ........
Pensacola Water Company....
Leslie E. Brooks..............
iJ. M. Coe ......... ..........
!Pensacola Investment Co.....
M. F. Gonzalez ................
Southern States Lumber Co....
Consolidated Naval Stores Co..
German-American Lumber Co..
Saunders Mill Co............
J. R. Saunders................
Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co..........
D. Kugleman ................
J. Geo. W hite.................
S. P. Shotter Co..............
.Jos. Coleman...... ..........
A. F. W arren................
M. L. Roch ..................
Jno. B. Jones...............
T. H. Lannon & Co...........
Wm. Johnson & Son..........
Clutter Music House..........

i ,

Before using your Pure Malt Whslkey I
was sick four springs running. and our fam-
ily doctor lid not think I could live anr time;
but since using your Malt Whiskey I have
not been sick u hxd once, and am pand
around and quite smart. I have not had a
doctor since my sickness, and I think Duffurs
is the best medicine that I can take in 4 old
age, and for any one elso. young or old.

iDufffs Pure


-, I honianazecen- of nPth -? I."n.

0_9 0 .110 M Mu e t 1i a tllO -ll CHtL UL 1 z- i ". t .c
200'nN) Mrs. I-amb has long been engage.
20.0',i in i hl hotel business, for years she 0
250 0 vis p',oprieircss of th. St. James, now ,
100.0 n :.e Bloxham and was one of themes'
SCo. successful business women in the st i t. d
5.00 About wo ye ar.s ago she sold the ;, a
200.. ...iu s to Mr. Julius Ball and purcha.-s
10000 el th-, L.on and has continued its a
10.00' tliananianwt:itt tint :l yesterday al
100.00, Mr. Duke is an old hotel man. h' d
10.00was manager of the S-. James nine C
10 ,0i.'ars and has been very popular with 8
100.00 the traveling public and will make 9he p
2500' Leon a continues: success. W
100 00 Mr. Hutchinson, his partner in the
100 0 lease. is a young man well known in
50o00 Tallahassree. He and Mr. Duke are to
25.00 hecongratulated upon obtaining the
60. lease for a term of years of this popu-
lar hotel.
5.00 The feeling of inipending doom in
250.00 the minds of many victims of Bright's
2.00 disease and diabetes has been chang-
25.00 ed to thankfulness by the benefit ae-
5.00 rived from taking Foley's Kidney
5.00 Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's
15 00 diabetes and even in the worst cases'
2500 gives comfort and relief. Slight dis-
10.00 orders are cured in a few days. "I

Meyer Shoe Store............ 5.00 had diabetes in its worst form," writes
Standard Clothing Co....... 10.C i Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I
Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.00 tried eight phsicians with relief. Only
Maxwell & Reeves............ 20 00 three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure
S. Pasco, Jr................... 5.00 made me a well man." W. A
P. Campbell................. 5.G0 D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe-
H. H. Boyer.................. 25.(0' cary.
Kress & Co.................. 10.00
D. Hale Wilson............... 5.00
A. M. Avery.................:::::::::::: .OPNIN O THE
Gordon & Brown.............. ]5.00i:. I OF TH
Those. Pebley................ 5.00 L
Forbes Furniture Co.......... 400CLASSICAL SCHOOL
N. G. Forcheimer............. 10.010
H. G. DeSllva & Co............. 25.001
W. A. D'Alemberte............. 10.00 At a meeting of the advisory board
Jas. McHugh .. .............. 25.00 of the Pensacola Classical School held
Sol Cahn & Co............... 25.00 Sept. 25, 1905, it was foundaadvisable to
B. Gerson.... ........ ....... 15.00 postpone the opening of the coming
J. Kryger ................... 17.00 session until more favorable condi-
Green & Watson ............ 10.001 tons prevail.
J. C. VanPelt.................. 5.10 H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
The Pensacola Journal......... 25.09 Principal.
C. B. Parkhihl .... ..... .... '10 00
Naval Stores Export Co.. .. .. 250 .01 You Are Welcome Here.
W. B. Wright Co............. 50.00 Come to Michigan and escape the
N. Apostle...... ............ 25.00; Yellow Fever. The Hotel Chester-
McDavd-Hyer Co.. .......... 2.00 feld at New Baltimore, Mich., on An-.
R. G. Bushnell................ 20.00 chor Bay is open summer and winter.
A. A. Fisher ................. 5000 Delightful boating and fishing. Rea-
H. Baars & Co................ 100.00 iona le tebms
Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00 C.temsA. ARONTETTE,Prop.
F. C. Brent.................. 23.00A. MARNTTT, Prop.
John Shepard ................ 500 w rates at Southern Hotel or
A. DiLustro .................. 10.0,) L ow rates at Soutrd.n Hotel for
Alex Zelius .................. 10.00
I). Levy ...................... 1.00
E. J. Dunham ................ 5.00 I. 0. Anson................... 1000'
Gulf Machine Co............... 25.00 Marston & Quina ............. 25.00
0. H. Smith & Son ............ 10.00 J & B. Forbes............ 100.00
Biar Pilots ...... ............. .0.00. N Goldring ................. 15.00
W. B. Lamar................. 100.00 Cash. .. .. .. ............... 5.00
Scarritt Moreno .............. S X w. H. White & Co............. 5.00
W S. Rosasco ............... 10.00 Warren Fish Co.............. 100.00
Marine Grocery Co...... ..... 5 0,Pensacola Stables ............ 10.00
H. Muller........ ........ .... 5.90 C Thiesen .................. 100.00
F. 0. Howe & Co............ 25.00 Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
J. C. Porter.................. 1000 j. S. McGaughey.............. 5.")
J. A. Chaffin .................. 25.00 Armour Packing Co........... 25 00-
SH H. Thornton............... 10m-) Dubulsson Bros .............. 20.0)
J. B. Roberts.................. 100 Star Laundry ................ 15 0
JP. Williams Co............. 1000! L. S. Brown & Co...........
T. A. Jennings................ IO... 0 Jud e H. PB linger ............ 15.0
Geo. W W right............... 50.00 arks & Gayle .............. ) o0
Cash .. ...................... 5.00 Swift & C,. ................. 25 00
Quina & Guttman ............ 10.00'~rs. Fannie H.nderson ...... 2 5)
Frank Reilly ................ 25.00 McKenzie Oer!ing & Co. ....... 10 0
S. A. Friedman................ 10.00 l)unwodv-Aiken Co ............ 25.00
D. Dannheisser ............... 500 J S. Roberts ................. 5.f-
__, Citizens National Banb ...... 100 0io
L. & N. R. R. Co., ........... 100 00
Easily D ecid. Marshed ................15 o
Ea lly D ec i d R. M1. Cary .................. 10 00
lJ. 9d. O'Brien ............... 10 .00
Pensacl-a Gas Co ............ 150.00
This Question Should Be Answered Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100.00
Easily By Pensacola People. oulding Fertilizer Co......... 100.00
John C. Avery ................. 25.00
Which is wiser-to have confidence p. Martin z................. 5.00
in the opinions 'f your fellow-citizens. j. W. Maloy .... .. .. .. .. 5.100
of people yor know. or depend on WeIlle-Kahn Co .. .. .. .... 25.00
statements made by utter stranger' Rhodes-Futch-Collins Co.. .... 15.)0
residing in far-away places? Read A Moog...................... 10 9
tbe following: iScihern Cotton Oil Co........ 50.00
Mrs. Albert Pourtaless. residing at F. E. Brawner.. .............. 111.0
430 Government street, says: "Mr. R P. Reese..................... 5rp0
Pourtaless has used Doan's Kidney D. H. Klusmpier............ 5.00
Pills and values them very highly. ILion Brewery ................ 23 )U
He had suffered from irregular action L. Bear Co. .................. 50 I:
of the kidneys and dull aching pain Windlsch-Muhlhauser Brewing
across his loins and in the small of1 Co. ......................... 25.00
his back for years. The secretions. Colored List.
from the kidneys caused him much
annoyance. Whenever he caught cold Big Zion Sunday school .... 5 00.
or during changeable and stormy M. M. Lewey. (Sentinel) .... 2 50
weather his back ached terribly. He Jos. H. James ............... 5 00
tried all kinds of remedies but obtain- W. H. Harvey ............... 2 00
ed little benefit. When he saw Doan's Mo os Lyman ............... 1 00
Kidney Pills advertised he procured Richard Morris .............. 5 0'O
them at Sidney Kahn's drug: Cash .......................... 55
store, No. 9 South Palafox street. L. F. And(rson .............. 2 00i
They proved to be a very effective Marion Blue ................. 1 00
remedy, relieving the urinary trouble Preston Gordon .............. 1 00
and the dull, heavy aching in his back Aaron Johnson ............... 1 0(
disappeared entirely. He recommends, St. Paul church ............... 75
Doan's Kidney Pills very highly to his Washington Clark ............ 5 04
friends at every opportunity Whitfield Dupont ............ 1 00
For sale by all dealers. Price 501 Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N.i Baptist Church ............. 2 00
Y., sole agents for the United States.' A Colored Citizen ............ 00
Remember the name-Doan's-and1 Ninth Avenue Baptist Church 2 00
take nn nthr I Aaron S. Johnson ............. 2 00,

MndMalt Whiskey
ha enabled h red of old men and women to a the century mark and to enjoy the
blesings of a healthy and Vigrous old age. Pti'y' is endorsed and recommen-ded hy
ministers of the oep and prescribed by doctors as the most nourishing, purest, health-
iving tonic-stimulant and invigorator known to medicine. It purifies the blood, quicb
ns the circulAtol, repairs am builds up the
weak and decayed nervesandtisses, and keepA .
very organ of the body in a strong healthy
condition, so as to resist the attacks o disease.
It is absolutely free from fusel oil and is the
nly whiskey recognized by the Government
s a medicine.
Duffy's is the only positive cure and proen- a
hve of consumption, pneumonia,dys is,in-
igestion, grip, malaria, diseases of t Ithroat
ndlungs, and all bowel and stomach troubles. &
BEWARB of dangerous knImitations and
substitutes. They are postlvely harmful
nd are soldforprofitonlybyunscrupulous
dealers. Look forthetrade-mark, the"#Old
chemist on the label, and be certala the
eal over the cork Is unbroken. All drug.
Ists and grocers, or direct, $u.o. a bottle.
ictorial medical booklet free. Duffy Malt
whiskey Co., Iochester, New York.


Orcdor Yot
frwcx tOhe
Consumers" Ice and Fuel Company. I
Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. 2 l

Parlor Furniture.
We wish to call attention r, o:r ,k of Par!'r .;i!tes
and odd pieces for the par!,,r None prettier has ever
been seen In Pensacola.
Our Fine Leather Rockers and Chairs
need to be seen t tbe appreciated. Bl- v-lu," at ?7.50
to $40. Parlor Suice-:. $35 up. Pieces in the- famous Ver-
nls-Martin finish, hand-painted, $9.00, $12.00 and $15.00.

108110 S, Paldfox St. Phone 148. Penacola, Fla.



maba Twa


S he




Don't Let

Yellow Fever

Get the Best of You,
but get the best of it. Supply yourself with
ample fumigation necessities, such as

Sulphur, Sulphur Candies, Etc.

or with necessary preventatives,

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.


PHONE 1100











I -- -- -- -

"IThe Time Has Come

: when you should make a
: change in your headwear.
This is the last day of
summer. Commence the
fall season with one of
our new Fall Derbies or
Soft Hats. The correct
styles will always :Le
found here first.
Come in to see them

4- C_

* C. C. Goodman. Geo. Arnspergor





1__________ TO BEAUTIFY


Mr. o.hn M;iford. one -if our honor- \-F':' ^-,y^-9
a',L guard>. Ietils quite lonesome .-:: TE NADINOLA CRL
:,. on Sandy Williams avenue under (Formerly Advertised and Sold as
magnIia 'r,-" ....SATINOLA.....
1I, gir:s and boys imist look out No changee in Pormita or Package.
f,,- anoth-r surprise party. The NAME only has b-en changed to
a oid contusion, as we cannot affor-
Iow rates at Southern Hotel for to have so valuable preparation con-
rooms and board. fused with any other.)
NADINOLA is guaranteed, and money.
:ha: h. li-j take tim? to turn off the will be ref:unded In every cas, where
;I,- Expriencc is worth something it fails to remove freckles, pimples,
i**c als wl l:ver-spots, collar discoloration, sal-
aftr all. ownersss, sun-;ai., black-heads, distiu. -
Tlu many friends of Geo W. Pryor. I1ning eruipti ons. etc. Th2- worse cars
.1i I rj,,ic,'e t t Icarti *hat he wa.- in 20 days. Leaves the skin clear,
rc-,;:ug eas- ;ast night. He was tak,'-i soft, healthy, and restores the beauty:
w :' -y.ilo f \er a few i:iays ago, an-I of youth.
'., ,en \, :. ill. It i- thought :lhat Price, 50cts and $1.00. Sold in each
:. \\ill r,. over in a short ii:i2 cily uy all leading druggists, ot by
to,-tN W Piuor. Sr., who has be- n m.ail.
T. ',ri;ig for the past few days wit1 Pro parsd only by
hin.am;sm in his leit arm, is a;'n NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn.
i ;pr) ine. .



Their Hard Struggle Made Easier-Interesting StateN
E REPORT AT NEI ORLENSn ments by a Young Lady in Boston
^ t ~' f ,l -f fl -- and One in Nashville, Tenn.

t'onxtnll.-u Ifrom IIs Iirae.A

(Conin~illued ct'norli-F rs-ae~.)

Special to The Journal.
Windy Valley. Sept. 29.-We are
having rainy and windy weather.
A crowd of young people surprise
Mrs. Mary Pe'erson Wednesday nignt
in honor of her 49th birthday. Games
ani dancing were enjo: ed by all andj
refrt -hments were daintly served.
Mrs. Victoria and Miss Margaret'
Huin;(er are visitors in town while
Miss Clara Hunter and Miss Mittie-
V' r'an -~ay at home anI take care ut
the house.
..it. aiph Johnson is doing good,
,u; in, s -n his lit;'- !ore on theta
i ati ntine line. Ht h little Jo-e
Mac-!.t t:s for his dispacher and hi.
bill] g,,at and wagon to deliver gro-
< -it-- for him.

Oiling Must Continue.
Dr. Portei had very little to s1y ]la;*
ni-lht. He did say that wvh,-u ia-.
rainy we-atihr is over the 1I ,0- of,
water shoi,l 4, oi u kd and It:'t i t i-
;try nme'atm;i! s mtken for t-A. ::, .-'- -
thr- nlosqui -' As s.on a. w: "
bt.,- ; n s a .iant the i t x:. 1 : i a-
-irD ii appear, andI it al',w,- o t e i
-!,s- a:Wi take wing, tr ''-, nt-y ,.-

I: i- i'it known wlx n n' t, D :. i- :';an
von Els-o f \wil arrive. iie ': T
con( oiv froi n 'I'T il;ist La.. : n i ,lt

S -.- ... . ........ .. ...
p** e ~ *......e*...*..1M;ior BIiss is in receipt of three W probni. p.ot be d(l:icvl on :.
',a',,ns c' the relief fund which ale IN DEFNlEi OF Notes of the Fever.
h aS f olows : Windis, h-Muhlhauser
Oh | rewindg C Cincinnati. $-... .;. Ninh T It was reprte la'r ; i''.t' the'ie
SOI IT LLV Galery i ap:isi church, $2(.o; Aaron S. 1 I-1l i. coil.,it:on of Frank Pou v -; V a..
.lhnsn. $2.00. The Windisch-Muld- serious. Other reports ,ad :"
W Be Re-opened AboutO It. 1st ''.ur re -wing Co.. is the manua- a rn -
turers of the Lion Beer which has an FATHER OF WALTER AND GLAD- ver t .
( Xte-nlsiv, sale in Pensacola. They art.however, that Mr. Pon. 'Iii. t
K. W"HITE r. presented here by Peter Olsen. STONE JORDAN WRITES CON- language of one of th2 pI sicaans, -
M A peou!iar coincidence with thel a very sick man."
Ipresen city administration is that I I)r. MeMillan, who w~s takln ill a
li G indW O there ar? five different people whosei few (Iays ago, and whlo wa; tr,)a
?r 8 Palafor Street. Peumcut. r. in. commence with *"Charh's H.'" fo a n t
1lh.e are Charles H. Bliss. Charles H. Pensacola. Fla., Sept. 29, 1903. for a time, o have a cse ot v >v
. Turner. Charlo- H. Gingles. Charles H. Editor Pens-acola Journal. fewer, Is very much be:rtr, a:,i 1
C V te eWells. th.' later being one of the. Consid-ring he facts that you saw case is pronounced to be nBu \.' v
TERSELY TOLD. health inspectors in the city at the proper to publish the humiliation and fever.
present time. chagrin that my sons. Walter and All the patients at t o
aTh. Journal regrets very much iGladstone Jordian. were subjected to' A t patients at t. .\ .
If you are rubled abo an in. Th Journa regrets ver much that b their arrest and incarceration onhospital were doing ? ; e
ry the "wan' ad. av. It wil: save :,' Warringan readers missed their false and libelous charges ma by ir- night; in fact, such waq the ca.s, a'l
-ou ofhe t"hsan d risalapers yesterday morning. Through. rsponsibl. negroes; said charges be-d .avester ldv A tI o l P
uofetho a minsunderstanding on the part of the ing adjudged false in cour: I feel that est'rday. At the colr1
Mr. Jos. P:r.n>.v. left? y-'erday noon young man whose business it is to see it will only be an appropriate: act of lal, however, one of he in n.a': s is '1
S f'i ,t. :h ,Ir via V ;acinuati. lle tha' the pap.,rs are put on the train h,, simple justice if you will publish this! a decidedly critical conii.l';o:in, iild
'ili ln awa' until afte- Irost f;.il,.:1 to do it. and as there is only on., defence of their character. I not expected tL live until ;i itsMori-
Get r.-a % f-r Th. Journal's Seite.r- Tamn a a.y the papers could not be1 Walter and Gladstone Jordan arec 1in-
,, : (-ircu ,n sa, ('mn on,,rrow. t-it at all. Yesterday's issue, how- ,lwth gentlemen by bohl birt.3 and rais-1 Mr. Kin who cond'i!,r 1
Si 1 ouilst of t-r. as well as today's, will be sent ing. Neither of them is adc.'i l to N tional h>,1 on Pat Oov. rnn.'nt
I i on this morning and The Journal the habits of profanity, fight ling or i Th( fri,'nd.- ,' Mrs E 1 R(ch wifl wil try not to make a similar mistake, drinking whtikev; neither d' they abut t .,n dcays a o, is a: a crt-
rc re; , :. ari Iha" -:i Snolt. li ii hrea'. ned with the ('.uc'r G. B. McGi!!. who was Consequently the publlcalim oti Hli f r last nightnigt. w-a ui6. nitl lit,
rrtvaouihti ,to the ci:v fronm the Goulding their sham fu'. rea;l-nt. in miy a- Io piise downtil to 40. Mr Kin. hia-
,Dr. F ,.d ia a "alionel at Fort: rn la camn il! id s .:prov-ng. His con. sence, was an additional sting to their lnFs and wasir recover from s ii-
1Tarranc.a- an:i h, has 113t-,, away f,,. d:.ion at hb 4iQ i> :n a: ail serious, pride and self-r.spect. ns an was l the 'atveg of h?.
t-, v.- -. -,, -v :- : a '. i- n r-- '-ir e .1 M1bie R gs W\ iia "Big Bill 'I Very respectfully, Ni. argued liy t at
Sh h 1-i,,' , -" I" P,,vryi of New York. would call ai .1 W. JORDAN. clan, but it is said that :,etcrf1t(y iVlt
hf felt so much better .at hef g"t ui,
SIir. ., f,, irsrnchurch in a. ion-al s rerot barb!r. Drives Rats and Mice Out of Doors.n and drank some lio. Of c r.
Z ''".! ; i f1loi w irsi "' !vrt P - ir he was taken with a r',lapse', anti It
.as ,".cl.ck: ch:l.-!"n's ma.s. ,;'o" )cs', la -,-v. DmornL uly The obj(ction to th, erdinanrv ra act of imprudence iilay cost hnim h
c.I >l 1t-.- ni :-. I *n k i, TanT(int of Mer;d(an, the former a and mice poLson in the past has b-'en I fe.
1ku,, -4" 'r';.1k ," '* ? n. ,mbr of the Mississippi state board that. while it kills the vermin. they T' w men, one ool and o,
h, al- h. arrived during the morning are liable to crawl between the floors wh-e. were s:.nt to t', r,. pciv,
Th, fnii 1- -c -aT"-- w'irk#d a'.l r :he purp -se of makirq an inveSti- and die, thus creating a disavre.alh Lw.hSitas ve si !: v. 'i reien, "t'-
:, -," : :: .,,'; "i !; ing t hi- in- a'i-n of :he heal', t c'h ftions at odor. A recent dih cover of science. pious ca 's. i. ', we r '
S. r. I ', o ( asi In- Whi-iler. as req.ie-cd by the local Stearns' Electric Rat an lah tPa.e prtd to t h c. a' i ies. w
; ,* .'.; ." ,,r. (',C vr:los Streels -,alth a in lorili s. On leaving the contains a peculiar chemical that ac- p, nmptly gav e thm r prolpr a'-
., f:n M!ddil anl Ohio 'rain they foundtheir tually burns up the stomach of the : t:on.
,. .a.,- :, Ree-r,.- v a to, the arlershop aforesaid and rats and mic? who e:t it,. and drives One of the imn o -f the cmntv
.. .... nle rt-ei-. ing the attentions of the them out of the house to die. It is . . ... .
lai it i U Sl ti lA tb i, O t

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' seriall aIrtists. the conversation sure death, and can be depended upon jail 1 s ,at( t' t { -, o t ,l
t'.'n,'d in quarantine matters. Dr. to rid the home. barn or store of all asite ha not bee.on )'- hed on las
Gully veamn:r da remark that the fevor rsts. mice. cockroaches, water bugs, ng the pt is pot kno v eop heher r
in .:her places did not .1,-om to make bed bugs, etc. nof fever. HI- is a tf t-, t- r fromp o ('
:much difference to the bu'-:n:ss of Mo-1 Solhi everywhere or sent express pre- (if the his, ana do -. not speak a
lilh-. and the knight of the razor, not paid on receipt of price. Sctarns word of the ships, and do not speak a
k-nowing his customer. replied that Electric Paste Co.. Chicago, Ill. Small:
Mtbile was all right until "the hoosier size 25 cts.. hotel side, eight times the -
>c-ors of Mississippi took it into their quantity, $1.00. 10

I :ails to quiarantin.' us without cause.
The subject being ripe. the barber
tIt:d soint- more things about theI

, 'losier doctors of Meridian" before
ihi- customer's fa(-,- was shorn, and
Pr Gully semne-: nothing loth to hear
al' that the barber had to offer on the
s-!,i.': While- this was going on at
1nIe, chair. Dr. Tatum in another, had
.\- en his laither pi'rator 'he lip as to'
"v i. C, tnimpanui:in v Was. \Vhen bo h
,., c-, -s had i('f: 'h shop. thi' commun-
: a' \ iarltr who, had sc,-red the Mis-
[ -pp: quIaran':nt- officials, nearly-
f;i i'' o-'- r I inz '( d tha' his custom-
.a- 1)' (;ul.y. of M. ri lian.

: -y a-. *h,. 'ii-PFT EVER
V \ ,r:" I;! 1' l ,1-i IA ills ii and Va-
S" '"., :s .:C ',i.; t ) grow ii)
-..- p:;larit y.

iow 'Arao a: Sa,':::.rn l iotel
- .'. a:. i board.


No Headache!

No Backache!

A Way to haMe a Shark.
The inability of the shark to seize its1
victim without turning Itself first upon
Its back must be a serious inconven GET THE BOOK
lence to It and a swimmer with sulil. OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE.
clent presence of mind to await his
coming and then when he turns to dive -
suddenly under him can baffle the rush
of a shark just as a man can avoid tohe Il f0 0
charge of an enraged bull by coolness ,
and activity. Man's aversion to the V. J. VIDAL, Manager.
ahark here stands greatly in his way, D
few swimmers when attacked possess- Dealers n
Ing sufficient coolness and presence of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
mind to carry the maneuver into sue- Family Trade Solicied.
cessful effect, although many possess New goods. New Store.
nerve enough to await without flinch- Phone 725.

Ing the onset of the moqt formidable of

terrestrial animals, Ilil We Know more
of the domestic habits of the shark.
or learn to appreciate the virtues that be
doubtless possesses. there can be little
doubt that the unreasoning aversion
that Is felt toward him would be larfe-
ly mitigated and that we shouMl come
to make due allowances for the prtes-
sure of hunger that at times operates
to our own disadvantage. London
Thb Man 'With No Tea In Him.
The long isolation of Japan from the
rest of the world. so conducive to in-
trospection. has been highly favorable
to the development of teaism. Japa-
nese homes and habits, costume and
cuisine, porcelain, lacquer, painting,
the very literature-nill have been sub-
poet to its influence. No student of
Japanese culture could ever ignore its
presence. It has permeated the ele-
g:aee of nole boudo)ir-i and entered
the abode of the hunible. The peas-
ants have le:rndl to arrange flowers.
the meanest laborer to offer his saluta-
tion to the rocks and waters. In com-
mon parlance the Japanese speak of
the man "with no tea" in him when
a man Is insusceptible to the serlo-
cmiec Interests of the personal drama.
Agnin they stigmatize the untamed
aesthete who, regardless of the mnn-
dane tragedy. rtn< riot In the spring. '
tide of emancipated emotions as one,
'with too much tea" in him.-luterna- I
Si tional Quarterly. I

Just re-ve !-Mac'' i. Spare R b.
Rolled itB n, (s Corn, t Ite-f, Coi'
Fish, New Raisins. 11 :i in Kc .
I ricd lHerrin':, Bla- k Oliv. S, a
Nymph Cod F!sh. o ta't..
Spanish Oiionr, ()ii%,'- i:i Kkg. I). i
Pickles. Black Creek (i, Saim '
Kraut. Fo. 'r Piek',.s. F" n- is .' < T ='-
& ('o.' C.-l ebra', HtIr-:.r 1 f Cat.n
Goi), s, A spai'.'t-us a:,] T "" I.n t !-'t. i' -
,at-ron, S'rimp, Oy- .' -, C'i!a:,, I!:,-
p-rt'ed Sari.l:nes. Itani ian Ch,'c. 1" :-
ia,. Paste. Spanit-h ('ann',d n Go-
\Wlite B,,an.s. RtId iean.t l:,
,. a: s. IEvoerything nc -' and fr'ii.

Under NcwV Manrgcrrent.
A dpei-! i:fil lr .rt ini-.n:u e from
ft r. o)ff rs t' r" u t 'g c .-,ant r('-
c'n 1io)d1.'-ins a :Il -. 1 a ?2, ;.-,r
no:Tvhi. $7T."5 pe: vw .*-k. Ever; thing


F0iai6m M1 CQ as N,&MM mut.J A.

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Boston Sept. 21.-The last day of
I'-, Amtnricarn pi'iic health ass-jcia-
;:on 4il,.. ii rc-ol ,',i ns -l declaring tha;
lie r ':.u!; tobta;ilned at New Orleans
--'ow fiir'her coiti'ination of the view
'hat y-lliow fevtr is transmitted only
r1 the '1ir t of a '.-vir infected nios-'
*'iro; that ",-Iice:(-t defense at thev
;( .IITI!!a o n ain epidlemic can easily!
t.- (- aWishid iupoin the basis of this
,!c:' in i, a (nd that ia s:uweessful O''eftciise
':: tn 11 a thlio ii,wti' i u indl erst!aidling
.,oi t1 a:ive in the ipromptt reporting!
an ih; th pr.,por landing of al sus-
1 'h.inis ca (e,.
'l'hr r>,.-.lItions which were intro-
it ', xi \ site'r.i 'y -a-ainst thle visit to

New Orlh'ans of ti:h pr sident were
:-, .op ,! (to' lay and I'r'ys! .,;r o'li son
%,as t I' tie"l to 'conntunniicni- Io 'rsl-
ii. lit lM'ou'fv'-it the Asso(athion's po)-
-t;ioli against the visit. Mex!co was
c:,u.scn as tihe next niceting place.
Cause of Insomnia.
Indizesrion nearly always disturbs
the sicep mior- or( less and is often
ti 'i,' allt of insomnia. .Many case.,
l.av' ) !).-: pcrmainonily cured by
('hamn :irin's Somach and Liver
Tabhets. r or sale by all druggists.
Tow T' rte; at Sot'lht'irn trPel for

All women
homes, some
the whirl of
mills and sh
on the never-
their daily bi
All are sulb
laws; all sul
physical disti
their duties,
drifts them
kinds of fer,
troubles, ule,
placements o
or perhaps ir
of "monthly
ache, nervo
Women wh
day art? mu
troubles than
They' espee
inz, s i-taulii
str'nzthen tl
enable them t
of the day, t(
to rise refresl
How distre
st rr,-- lin to

rooms and iard. form her hoi
back and he;
WAX FARMING tired she ca,
WAX FARMING. stand up, an,t
pain, the or
A Penuinr Chine*.e Industry ,ad some deran-
How It Is Conducted. ganirl..
Amomn thI novel oc-cupations in (Chi- Miss PF. Orsf
na is that if the .aix former. The en- Lydia E. Pi
tire ';r' p is produced by the i!:hor of
myriads of little insects, whose eggs
or (coeons '6eposited on the limbs and D
lraincuhi-s yi,'bd a ri-ih harvest. which Is DO
tra tisf-rnted into pIutrP white wax and
nm'kofted at a ftir price. The tre e
(I.a;-l tr 'tn hlu'-l'il n:, wh'lich prodnees
the whli*P wax iin-.'rt owTO in the At this ti
CIlint-li :ng valley, inl tl western part
of hIt':'. which is sonI i.000 feet
na)Iv- it-,. Il.vel ,f the s"'n. In Manrc LEV
rolnd lirown f r),ms are seen attached
to ftlitii:lms and 'branni-ies. If one of
th--e s!,mild lie open-ld it would be
f .:ind to contain innnmornl,!e white LEWIS 8
it-'e'ts. P.y a stra'', a law the nsm-t
'will nnt floir'ivh or ir.'ol''e wax inu it .
hi'thtplie and if allowed to remain
will idrOp off in a de:id inats. Thel
Chinese have discovered the exact tlo
c-alily xvwhi-r tley will flou,rislh to the
be-t ndvantage. Transporting the fe-
r.nles to the various farming places
Rome 2tt0 to 400 miles- distant In the
province of Soechrin-n :rves employ-
nient during th, season to thousands of WHY
porters. (Onp of these waxmak!ng cen-
ters is Kintin;.
Aliout May 1 the fe'-n!e In.ect Is N
onerl.y ,,w-.,n. and t'ho ho'ly is almost
con,.-l. with a rounl b .--e. I.ater on
It bh(cen,'-,s mature and ltegins to de-
posit et;s,;. At this time the opern-
tion of reninvm-g the females from the THJ
limnlb nand branchneos which they are fl
attacled nI d get:n' thlim ready to
turn over to the p-orter for transit Is
onmnp- no. Trhoy r t'r"" rafterr car-
ril l:uuiro-' of ni;les to the places
wlhero t', vn,-ax fart:ers have rows 0f
the sp,,'i't food pliant-an soerie r f
flowering' a '! five or six feet high-
upon wvhicih the insoctq feed and de-
posit thMir yearss of wrnx.
Manty thi-'1,ands of iIntects are taken
Wy each mnn on a trip. They have to
travel entirely at night with their dell.-
eate anl previous loandi for the mid-
lay hpot wmn d lie dntrierous to the
ives of the inmatim. The various cities
nnd villages along tlhe route leave the
gates open, so ns to afford free and
inobstrirtoe passageway to the car-
riers. So'n nt nitlit, inning with all
their MiMit. dr's -td In most cases In
rainproof -traw, their flickering lant-
ern swaying to and fro. the carriers
form a weird ani picturesque sight.

Voltaire'a Retort.
That famou-i I A!tician. orator and
man of fashion the fourth Earl of
hoestrnield was on one occasion at a
rr iid assembly in France where Vol-
tairt was one of tlie guests. Suddenly
th.' 1'ren-h writer accosted his lord-
,hip with the words-:
"M-y lorl. I kn.)w you are a judge.
Vhlich ar-" thl' more beautiful, the Eng-
ish or the Fren'lh ladies?'"
"I'pon rny word," replied Chester-
ield. with biis usual preseone of mind.
"I :an no jiude of I*nintinR." ADVI
soin tom' artet;':r>, .ays a biogra-
oher, Voltaire, being in London, hap-
,en"-l t:, he at a nobleman's party
with Chit .;t'rfleld. A Inlay in the com- Il
pany proJigiously rouged directed her
whole discour-se to Voltaire and en-
grossed his conversation. Chesterfield
-ame up, tapped him on the arm and
"Sir. take care that yon are not cap- I
tivat ed."
"My lord." promptly replied the
French wit. "I s,-r0n t, le taken by an Subscri
English craft under French colorL." uI

n work: some in their' Boston. tells wnmnn how to avoid such
in church, and some in suffering; she wrte-s:
f society. And in stores, Dear Mrq. Pinkha-n --
ops tens of thousands are i suir.rei nm-,-- for 1- v,-r- v.ar -'h
ceasing treadmill, earning irr-eular nwn';ir't -, n. Mv ;. 'i.tch' I
read. hlad taarin. d i tfo{ ni.. an tr .-'";t -
ject to the same phystenl ,.ti arI i.d ,', i'1." *
Ter alike from the saine' without r.'li.t. I :, s ai .-' r ..-r. I rt I
urbane, and the nature of LTv.liaE. I'inkihanti **- *, l ., 'r. ','. '. 1
in many cases, quickly v t my snurpri-~ -ovry -'' r i- 1,1 p-tin l--r .
into the horrors of ail Igain"i ton ii Iitani s-n1 i '.*I.-' tthal:U -
male complaints, ovarian ;Mi' pear! A-ker~ of 327 North ','-
eration, falling and dis- mer Street, Na.-hviie, Tenn., writ1'i.
if the womb, leucorrht ,a.
regularity or suppression D.'ir Mr-;. P'inklii'n:-
periods," ,i'u k 'l> ."t;> ,ariiLt~-~~Iw'i ..t',. & t' n- j ,-14 a -,-q
isneas, irritability and thi alpd,,,n,'l : wi rvr n-.rv,)is ani inr//i-
bit', and mnv r t w wo"',. ; *'v. .
o0 stand on their feet all M Y" phv-.<'-,m ti-.'tl t, bI lp In. Iai. I I
ore susceptible to these I, 1.ttry Lv ;1 fi ,i k ,:, -.. ,n
n others. 'r. 1. L All my p" in and an'I l,'-t ,i ir -.1,
iallr require an invigorqt- a,1l I no long-r f-'ar my u,;n'ai'.-: p. r1,
ng metiieine which wil iTvdia E. Pinkham's Veg -tab,.' Cun-m
he female organi.smtn an noiund is the unfailing eur' for all these
to bear easily the fatiu-.s -,roIules. It st rtngrthens the proper
o sleep well at night, un' misceies, anld disp!.~-a' ntne w;th all it
lied and cheerful. I horrors will noi more crtt v you.
essing to see a woman Backache, ,i-zziness, f:aint',.. Feav
o earn a livelihood or pi'r- ing down pains, di*srlrerl stomiaeh,
usehold duties when her' mnodiness. di'l ke of friendd, and -[,'i'ey
ad are aching, she is so :--all symptom-s of the one cau-l'-wiA
n hardly drag about or be quickly dispelled, and it will n.t!k;3
I every movement causes you stronnT and well.
iglin of which is due to You can tell the story of vonr -uFf-
ement of the female or-' ferim.,s to a woman, and re, ,eive h.!-n-
Sfuil advice free of eost. Aidlre!a Mrs.
erof 14 Warrenton Street, Pinkham, Lynn. Ma-s.
bkham's Vec table Componni Succeeds Where Othera FaW


ime ef the year thereis a great deal of malaria and chills and fever.
As a positive preventative try

Sold at all drug stores or at
CO., Wholesale Druggists, East Government Street




The attention of merchants an
in general is directed to the f
practically every reader in the c
of the city who does not take the
Advertisements in the DAIL"
tcally all of the city people and a
the country peoples but an adve
both the DAILY and the WEEKL
all of them-both city and cou
tion of the local and telegraphic
has been published in the daily'
week, and it reaches every subsc
for him to read on Sunday.
No Pensacola merchants
the country trade can afford
of The Weekly Journal.
It is mailed to subscribers fc
year, and practically every voter
county reads it,



ssa-B s


ad advertisers
act that The
now read by
county outside
Y reach prac-
large part'ol
rtisement in
.Y will reach
S a compila-
news which
y during the
riber in time

0ho deshtrs
to stay out

or $1.00 p:t.
in Escanjb.a


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be for The Journal, lOc week.

as long as you drink

p Official Whiskey of the United States Government,



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understood that the camp A n. :-is c((-capcetl vitl c,''i:arat; vey itile
rea;dvy in a few days, pro: a y bv t l<11. i 11 l aka' n. -- .- an early
1M,,ndav. The supplies senI '; .; int :n ; a : i.: o n of th-
h-v "o ,- intll g forces.
.ovT-rnint.,n+ have to come o, t I:t,.:n a E-,ry C'n, i Pt'-r:'y. on r',,h St. M;.": s rt 'V'. n i-'it i \v ciie':- LnR i v i..aU' rs an-l it i1
not f r-a ftrom itn' Fiorida-Ge ..:.:; a :.a s, l a.o o
'on,' tk ,v i, n \_'.rk -f i:_: ;,.' lli-s nt-vt r
s o *!halt th*. y will not be long in i ': ito't in ok :: ,i s n ,,v1r
:'!AVrttot eor, 1 bl)''1n ).:; iii Niu wih so 1.L-
in t.,'ir ali)earance. : evih ni.;e of ata f.
On the German Ship Kaiser,
Mississippi Summary.
now in Gieiarantine, there are r,ni I Jackson, MIs-. ,,. ;2' -The fever
to J-- more susi picious c-a't 1-;'. An 'ptor, 't Tfot tia ., one d-.at'i at
derT on vi,'l vi-it the ship ": n' ).- :'. chei 'h and ti t ,i \ g n ow cI:sc(s.
ng,. going ati r-:urnt:ig on -- '. V1 ic -ibre, i.:r- ,: N t:ch'z four;
ros-., and wvi determine the nLalre oft -'.OIt fromn -a..lt i t..No
lhe repturtcld AF:-iknss. ---- --





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-which it. a. ~, ,nurka- hi. tr the k(pn-.





Duly. Weeky. Smnudmy.
Sm avow mmu 3pT uoew ONAV


92ANK 1L NMAT Po 0=11111"aMAin.


@mCmW I I M AM&
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0 OneWI west .........10~
hwus m mob at m- news Blends



"O- s 1- u st Govnmest r*L nevw-spaper today of twice as much im-
'Gn N& . portance to you as was that last tele-
gram you received.
PENSACOLA, FLA., SATU'RDAY MORKING. SEPTEMBER 30, 1905 If "your share" of your income--
--- that part which will remain after ex-
--,^i 4t -4" 44 V 4,.: 4 nature has ihrerposed at Panama. pense..; an:; exuenditures are met-is
4- If you should he so fo tunate. 1 will important. then it is important that
.;- WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. i applaud your generosity and courage. .vin should read the advertisements
S- I will vote to provide you with eve-'v before doing your buying.
,'.- The Pensacola Journal is on W reasonable authority and power to 2c
4- sale at the following places in conplish your task and to meet your "The world is an old woman, and
t- the city: tremendous respn sibility. mistakes any gilt farth!Lg for a goll
D Bay Hotel. In the effort to answer your friend-' coin; whereby, being often cheated.
? Coe's Book Store. 4* ly invitation with perfect frankness if she will trust nothing but the common
*. Depot News Stand. L I have said anything that jars upoln copper." Business "eye sight" im-
*- Gem Book Store. 'your sensibilities. I have not so in- proves with uie; and the best excer-
# Merchants Hotel. tended it and would regret it. I 1bg cise for it is in reading the ads.
* Southern Hotel. 4 to assure you of my sincere respect -'
Thompson's Book Store. and to say that I will rejoice with yoi "Well spent is the half-penny that
:* Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. -'in the successful completion of the saves a penny." And you are no:
f6 Wagenheim's News Stand. great work in : our charge. "ready to go shopping" until yuu hav,?
0' Walker's Book Store. Sincercly yours, read the ads.
S*! (Signed) John T. Morgan.

SThomas E. Watson haa brought a
GOING AWAY? pierce in Florida, at Miami, and is ne-

When you oeave the city for your
summer vacation have The Pensacola
Joume follow you. Notify circula-
tion manager, Phone 3S.

Sentor Morgan
a Past Master of Satire.

Whatever may be his accomplish-
ImeLts in other lines-and they aw,

numerous, and great-it is apparent
that Senator John T. Morgan is also
a master of Farcasm and satire to a
2 1:' repi'inse to a letter written hiim
bi Chairman T. P. Shout?. of the Pan-
ama canal commission, inviting the
senator to accompany the commission
or: the latter'- trip to Panama, toe
Alabama statesman ha; made a rcp'.1

gotiating for one in Virginia. He a'-
ready owns one in Georgia. Watson
is a typical southerner in his non :,

Jrnst "Hol I'p Yo* Ilald, Hosey, am'
Step Out Sammy."
For generations the Randolph Jeffer-
sons had Iwen celebrated for the beau-
ty and charm of their women. Betty

matters, for as soon as he gets a wai, Jefferson had b-en d-elnred the most
he insists on spending it. in a way to beautiful woman at the governor's ball.
and Betty's daughter had been the
require constant expenditures.- Fr- and da r had bn te
mir belle of three counties, and Betty's
mirgham Ledger, granddiunhters--threc of them. at
least-claimed the family reputation as
Has Runyan a matter of course. The fourth one,
Virgiula, was different. She was plato
Ever Been "Unloaded?" and shy and awkward. The JefTae.sonth

The action of the president of the always look uzzld when they
t thought of her. a homely Jefferson was
Arkansas board of h..alth in exlul- such a strange misfit.
ing Florida oranges from his state i So Virginia lived her shy, lonely life,
being widely comimenttl upon andi an alien among her own people. Yet
thU comments are anything but corn- she was not quite alone either. One
p.imentary to the Arkansas health friend she had, old Aunt Charlotte.
fi'a.i ;- who fought desperately to make the

ine with what The Journa girl conquer her fate instead of yield-
I- line with what The Journal ,aidl toit
ing to it.
about him a few days nao, the Jack- ."'Tain't yo' 'pearance, Miss Vagin-
sonville T.me.--Union says: ny," she urged day in and day out.

... fl ... ... ............. It Is a pity to have the health ot' "Flit's jes' 'cause yo' 'lows things ter
ness of its satire as for the knowlece a Stat,, entrus:d ;, the (are of an i., tromple on yo'. Hol' up yo' bald. honey,
of isthmian colnditions which it dis- noramus. If wu were hunting for I'! nan' step out sassy. Dat'll fotch 'em ev'y
plays. Sena'-,r .Morgan writes: boss ignoramus of the United Statt. time."
In %our te.;gram li the 22nd inst., wV, wqotll go straight; to Arkanda- While Virginia was still a young girl
ou speak ol i large. ji"art who are 0o a cal oun a a lo mnk .t.'hilie war .swept over the south. For a
al -orth t d r commi-ion and the ar i apps. t ao this tmn, :S .e Mi.Ial. few y e'r, the family contrived to k,-op
a' ebnhtortoaoti( fn K.na ar -u Lnge tours nf inslction ieandor mxaia- 'this Runyon S cla: is to distinct.n for thein to separate, and Virginia
tion o(f the canal. In tl matter of is founded nu an ordkr he has issuoel went to cousins in Philadelphia, who
ti-ct t-i-cng 'cah faci' lIt; will afltrA that no Fiorlda oranflrs or other fruit were Confil'ent that they could help
iuchK pasun hich 1a i regret I am' from th'i Staje c'uil bet unloaded in her to music p-ills. The weeks that
lot lrrd : '.' 1 i ni Arkansas. followed were crowded with agony for
pl)pos '.ut u.h a si:' fa, :n',ec- l." -us supn,-e, as Rinyon (dobth- the homesick girl. If she had been shy
)n C-f thi a;,:) a;r:;u:a. o!t conIi'~ n in ess thinks t. ha' h- s:ree's o(f P P.- nt home. sh>e was a thousand times
P'ananta wouti,i n any data from eacola are shaded by orane ra. worse facing str.ngo-rs. It was not
Iw 1 coui; l-ari any judgmen: as loaded wih fru. t, hat thehi Do ') strange that only failure followed hb'r
it th) practi,:a .:i.v of a lock-ca'ia: thei- w T'goil yia lhi, it: orant es' : efforts.
or a sea-;eI t'i., to 1ti r I.,an. or as to the cost, spr ad of yellow fever has hcetn: ee daughters.
1 more, who had threp little daughters,
or the tim, rqure.,a f,,r the compl- proved to b correct practice or wom music teacher
i on ot the canal on i hi r plan. h en (,'irt n'oli. m profession, it for whon she wanted a music teacher.
I c M not. w-s. inteliigen-'lv y rtinent to ask how an orange could. For various reasons Virginia really
>! ju give an opinion to any coir.- convey vyilow fever It has no hi'-: he1-d for success there, but the rest
::i:s!onr or t,, any member of .. ing place for mosquitos, and if on., was the usual polite regret. The girl's
S'.,isory liard as to the possibili'\ should roost on an orange all the! eyes failed with tears, and she bowed
i a daiu a loh'ai. 11's f'et below ,-,' way from Pensaco.a to Arkansas siej silently; then suddenly, to the lady's
i i of ih s'a, Iha- would supp'. could >he promptly arrested by Dr.j surprise, she began to laugh nervously.
i. canal a: nin,-' f,-,: above sea 1 ; Runyon. or -orni of his underlings, "I-I beg your pardon," she stamn-
e:. ar a- '. a dan: at or hbelow Gatiin and bo 'ndf over to keep the peace. mered, meeting the look in the other's
t:inR would sui'pi, a canal at thir:,-l But as a ma'(er of fact, Pensacolai face. "I was just thinking of the ad-
tft; above s,'a It".I': or ar to a dam a3 vice of my old mammy at home-'Hol'
Co.ilboa 1 wul a:! coll rol (i tlhu water, p yo' hald an' step out sassy.' I sup-
ot the, Clhart-s { iii'r: or to the )s-I The Joetu al P fted Du- pose---I ought to have thought of that
.:.A un ,l .' t ocean to carryy o an August, 1905, a at first."
Ib u.," n ', rm the able cour- Tota of To Virginia's amazement. Mrs. Dens-
a- ,"s .,i ,i ':'n--:t',i' , n e ser i :n t te canal 'o. her seat.
v *:'a. :f we ,',.1 fld a l b1 t "If you don't mind, Miss Jefferson."
"a .Ilt ,:.ac- ,'! :tec:)r: a f; j she said. "we will talk this over a little
S..ta 8 lh gr, '-. . we (.oul ir 1 more. To tell you the truth, it was
::tr~ ase ..:-n a :;..-and f:,l alo>:. your evident lack of self confidence
t'; mhar : i- ,. ;he _-, at bodies i COPIES that made me distrust your ability to
::, a h ( tropical nittn.li teach, but if yon can 'step out sassy'"
hr,!t in a ,,ii s;. rin .i ao-ur-| y an average -and ten minutes later Virginia left
Ithem in a ;nw hou-. with her first pupils secured.
ln,,.e 0 o qhes'ion, t a n Many years after she told the story
til", il.til. i a ." neern In..4and
,Tea: ;n v any ra::. 9,- and declared it the turning point of
a i. m,.i cui ':, any rel:ab; .- AffAILy her life. "I learned," she said, "that
fornmaion o- r ;r: a: i 'rr. t ::a- the first step toward success Is to learn
ment front wha '. ( ..,' see or ha ures show The to 'hol up yo' haid.'"-Youth's Com-
wto t oin ,,,anal tht "rthriv e fo. owing figures show The Pen- panion.
Pi the l,- ,, ,. ',, anal that ts acola Jo-nal's circulation for each
tu Pali -day during the month of August, 190. The Olive Oil Cen.
tt-n"'t't - ., 1 average number of cion i

1 in.ut -A a, ;aii: I ,:isirus: the \ w(x 'le . pe nlerers
pecte aaa :o ngress or to daily 435 August 16 4800 certainly
thb c o.t:try of any opinIn, that mav August 1 4.350 August 16 4,800 I most hi
n be .rn ,on -.'''2 "ntrn p-r-August 2 4,400 August 17 4,800 whohave
be a .fo ,' o n ,' lmn-noring p, ar' August 3 4.335 August 18 4,800 wo have
no',-p',,vaf, o''.-, and tilust f,'i wh Au Ust 4 4.400 August 1 4sOO the additic
'notp-.ifsaF.na aud iist foran the : August 5 4,350 August 20 5,250 best and
or!r .t h,-. irfa app Not'e r i, :' r-n .n : nimm i August 7 ..... August 22, 4.800 a day is th
t- a, :' ain LI;: n., August 8 4.500 August 23 4,800 ralgia, ann
c u r, u ;:. -' ; August 9 4.500 August 24 4.650 in a hurry
cira. ,'r' :,,:, a. a' "' ,- ua.s'5 August 10 4.500 August 25 4.800 recommend
b. o a:'r August 12 4.625 August 27 5,200 little to th
l August 13 5.000 August 28 .. to
t a,>r np.ai,: ent dut ia ntaa may 'August 14 ..... August 29 4,800 a dayto .
- a prevailtnz sNutinent ami i. August 15 4,600 August 30 4 ,800I beadded.
th-m. August 31 5000 of the oil
S:ri. the ra'.'fir a' n of the Ha ,' Total for the month..... 127,335, disguised.
Varil.a :R 'h 1 ;'ed. I ha,' Average per day........ 4,716: ally les
r., a", t"ha ,:, ani.d iuiuh nor 1' I hereby certify that tth aoove state- the oil unt
than I thuktlai;; zoil a ver b> of a,'- nicnt i& correct according to the ree-j can be tak
vanrtag to the coIunry. :o 0ustaiu the! urds on file In this offle. 1 olive oil. J
v. r'na .: :n :' r-., l,-Ce t,' con- FRED A. SWEET, It keepstli
ctruct a catua: at hi'nania y.e: I have Circulation Mgrr. thus I
r be... V. n: s-:c<-ess could crowi pwo.n- to anr subscribeil before me dring the
'Mir eff.-r:-. evn in their moe: cos:',- this 31st day of August, 1905. ring the
an,i desperate fornms You may r.ll J. P. STOKES clear abd
the k

From nerve disorders should
ry the olive oil cure. which
highly recommended to those
learned abroad to appreciate
on of oil to salads. The very
purest olive oil must be ob-
I one teaspoonful three times
ie dowe If the victim of neu-
emia or disordered nerves is
to be cured. Otherwise it is

led that the oil taste should
ted by the addition of a very
e salad taken once or twice
rhich a dash of vinegar may
so that the disagreeable taste
may be almost completely
The patient should grad-
n the vinegar and increase
il It is so well liked that it
ken raw. It is claimed for
ust as It is for apples, that
P liver in good working or-
preventing rheumatism, ren-
e complexion healthy and
also making the hair grow
abundant-London MaIL

ThIe making of rates depends entirely upon conditions that exist
in the localities where the freight originates and the destination to
which the railway company is required to carry it. These conditions
vary according to the resources and character of commodities shipped
to and from various parts of the United States, so that the governing
influence in the making of rates on particular commodities in one part
another. The western country particularly would suffer, because the
greater the distance west from the Mississippi river the more sparsely
settled is the country and necessarily the more limited the volume
of tonnage.
Ninety-nine per cent of the complaints that are made to the
traffic officers of the various railroads are not that the rates in them-
selves are unreasonable or unjust, but that discrimination is shown,
and THAT is what should be regulated, and the law should be en-
forced to prevent the granting in any form, directly or indirectly, of
PREFERENTIAL rates for communities or individuals.
Competition under NATURAL laws cf trade and commerce and
transportation will regulate and govern as conditions and develop-
ment require ard justify.
The difficulty heretofr.re in maintaining an equitable correlation
of ratts was the fact that, while maximum rates have been made either
by co-urt decisions or natural laws of competition, no remedy has been
adopted and applied for establishing MINIMFM rates that will
prevent the nullifying of such court decisions or any adjustment that
may be agreed to between the complainants and the railroads desiring
to make proper adjustment of inequalities or discrimination.




At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905,
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsib!ll-
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge ct f
the mode o* transmission of this disease by the mosquito."
A brief synopsis of the elemnintary facts connected with yellow fever
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease,
which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub-
lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows:

1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease
which Is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the
agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg-
omyia Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New
Orleans. and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails.
2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood
of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after-
wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the
importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began.
3. The mosquito (Stegomyla Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis-
ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed
after biting the yellow fever patient. Thi- period of incubation in the mos-
quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the
body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary
glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900,
that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months,
to eighteen days and over, in the cooler winter season.
4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the per!o ,
above specified, the Stegomyla is ready to transmit the disease during the
entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the
insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
fellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another
101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Fasciata In Havana
can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Louisiana, says
Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg-
omyla must be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after
biting once. does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or
seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomylas in Louisiana
that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
Anopheles, within three to five days after.]
*5. A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the bite
of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop In
the human subject. (This Is the Incubation period of yellow fever, and the
United States Army Yellow 'Fever Commission found that in thirteen cases
of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied
from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)
6. From the above, we gather that it an adult Stegomyia Fasciata bite
a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, It will have
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (Incubation
period in the mosquito); then, If It bites a susceptible person at the expiri-
tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifest it-
self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimating the probable spread of
yellow fever from a single individual to tU4 susceptible persons in his environ.
ment, a period of at least twenty-4ix days must be allowed to elapse before
the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des-
truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several
days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bite a
susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
days, which is the time given by the:health authorities of New Orleans In the
present epidemic, to determine if a. focus will develop from an infected case
after its first appearance in a given locality.
7. The Stegomyla Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
that the poison is Incubating in its body (twelve to eighteen days). it ma-
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocuous; neither
does its bite within this period confer any Immunity to the bitten person.
8. Yellow fever Is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (L e. articles
or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing beddini

is as about as ftr from the nearest
corner of Arkansas as It is from the
nearest orange grove in Florida. Ths
orange growing section of Florida !a
from 500 to 700 miles from Pensacola
and Dr. Runyon himself does not live
further than that distance. *Florida
oranges are not shipped by Pensacola.
In going to the markets of the world
they do not get nearer than' 300 miles
of Pensacola. If Florida oranges can-
net be unloaded in Arkansas Dr.
Runyon himself should be shipped
from the State. He may have mos-
quitoes on him. He is as near Pensa-
cola as the orange groves are.
But perhaps Dr. Runyon himself
never gets unloaded in Arkansas.
Some men stay loaded all the time


As newspaper advertising costs ac-
cording to the amount of space used,
' it usually follows that a merchant will
not use a large space unless he has
something of real imponrxance to t All
I ou.

You usually read the telegrams that,
come to you-of course. There isj
probably an advertisement in ilisi

them with a paste made of flour.
The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, fiat skillet preferred, ad
this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle with about
an inch of water In the bottom. This is a precaution which must be taken to
guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set fre to
the house.
The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and llgting t.
The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then op-ed p
and well ventilated.
NOTE-To ind the cubic contents of the room, multiply the le@nth f t
the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to fad the ia
of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic coatonts by
and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
'rake, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet bl
would multiply 15xl0xlO, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 806
will have the amount eof sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.

( 'Rum e o ur of


SAmttb*' of"The A*vuturmw o t Hof Mck olmma-
eTb Hound of t" 3b *inaiit." "The 1g IUU RATU3
of1 inw 'sAmgtii;UEmt vl. l1c . TLma


The Sy J ourng


The Diffculty of Establish-e

ing Equitable Railroad

Freight Rates
3r J. H. HILAMN Third VIe President Chlse.m Milwaukee and
St. Paul Railway

SDO not believe that it is possible for any commission to es-
tablish interstate rates IN ALL PARTS OF THE
UNITED STATES in an equitable manner without prac-
tical experience and knowledge of the conditions i4 the
localities where relief is demanded. As a rule, the traffic officers
consider the commercial and physical conditions, the density of traffic
and the competition of one locality AS AGAINST ANOTHER,
so that these considerations emphasize the statement that it would
curtail and limit the earning capacity of the railroads that have over-
come disabilities as to location in both commercial and natural geo-
graphical conditions.'




or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by itaet WI RM It?
with the sick, is unnecessary.
9. The bodies or cadavers of the dead from yellow fever are nl Mble of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days Of
the disease (a rare occurrence); and the only if mosquitoes ireao aniow t
bite the body before decomposition has set in.
or There is no possibility of contraing yellow fever from the blackit
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
11. AnThe attack of yellow fever caused, ms it always is by the bit of the
Stegomitti, confers iesemmunity against suocbrs wiequent attacks of the days o

ODutis of th Trained Nurse.


1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully,
earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted w'leNy by mo--
quitoes, and that it Is her duty to prevent the admission of these iasects t'3
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should and their way
2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient sh
must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as guar-
dian of the public health. The trained nirse in this capacity becoming dire -
ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent in preventing the sprea I
of yellow fever in Infected localities. Upon her intelligent a;,preclation rf
''he mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety Oif she is aa
non-immune) and the protection of thq family and the entire household of
the patient, (especially if these are not immunes)' largely, if not entirlat,
3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most mali-znant yellow fpver
patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible
non-imiune, if the proper precautions are taken to present the access of
mosquitoes to the patient's person.
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and Intercourse may thTb~
fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the we.! in the sick
room, and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished if a
patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities Infected with yellor.r
fever, who is confided o .her care, is allowed to be bitten by a oesqutto,
even if the fever Is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoying
and harmful even If not Infective to the patient, and it must be looked upon
as an evidence of neglect, if he'shows evidences of mosquito stings.
6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless she
has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science and
experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected patients and
those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety
from the Infected.
7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
handle in protecting her patients are:
(A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient In His BeS.
1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
passage of mosqukitoes.
2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
patient's body is in contract with the netting.
3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no tor
places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging aside.
The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquItoe from
5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed in.
side, not merely driven or shaken out.
6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the physleian;
awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par-
'icularly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially in infants and
children in localities liable to Infection with yellow fever. The disease man.
irests itself in such a mild form in Infantile and early childhood, that It ls
likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the symp-
orns the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized cases are,
for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary potVt of view.
(B) Screens.
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outlide
of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provisional screens
can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
secured to the openings of the sick room.
(C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (Insect powder) to destroy
possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever.
Sulphur burned ina n iron pot is the surest way, and if used In proper quantity
will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds In an average room is sin-
cient if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1,000
cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities: and one pound of
insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupity the mosquitoes. The
mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary cases. The
fumes of sulphur will not remain long. and household Ammonia sprinkled
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
The fumigatio* should be done in the morning, so that the room will be
free of odor by nlMit, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. Wb*.-
ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the se
occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes sad prepred 9b
the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transtfirred to tihe tei
fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
The work of dslatfection and mosquito destruction, as well as sereetag,
is now conducted by the Health Authrdties, immediately after notfatuo by
the attending physlelan. But nla isolated localities or when delay la obtaa-
ing sanitary relief is Unavoidable, the physician and nurse must direct the
members other bousehold in applying the prescribed regulations.
Additional precaitlos in sulphur funigation, reoommendued by the B e lth
Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the preseut
Remove all ornamats of metal, such as brass, eopper, sivor anad gBt
from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metallic astue ,
which cannot be reapved, can be protected by covering the objects tightly
with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush.
Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after thute .-
oughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closets.
The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping all
openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows aad
Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) ove

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How to Judge Beer



AN bdd bbmtle
bod X. e-wom

A solid, cremy foam is the variable
!k4eati- of body, qe and muemos of
brewing material in beer. Unless the
best grades of barley and hops, selected
with extreme care, are used in sufficient
quantity,W so as to give the beer
the proper WWUg& and body, and after.
lwe the bwer is t oraghly ripened and aged, it cannot
ahmw the aA, scr y always found in the famous

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eatry Six Inches of Rainfall at
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IIP WL DINO The Truth About Stoves
OCCURS AT BAGDADLart Makers of s nd Ranges in Wor
By the LarsIfan of St a nd Rafges a t/. World

results in the quick relief c AND MR. JOHN R. BOSWELL
PAIN-whether caused by lee i UNITED IN MARRIAGE.

Injuries, or disorder of any c,
the internal organs-are ol

W. H. Trimmer Presents Some trained by using JiAILIN.

Interesting "Frost" Statistics WIZARD OIL
Some of the pains which I

tur cscamoia Coumn y.

Editor Pensacola Journal:

most promptly and successful.
cures, are rheumatism, near

Early frost is pre.,ucted by the wise gia, headache, earache, tootL
ones. It is hoped for and prayed for.,
Here is a record of 28 years from my ache, sprains, burns, scalds
diary: euta colic, etc.
November 29, 1876, after heavy show-
er wind hauled round to north and by This great curative medclr

morning ice haa' made freely.
November 29, 1877, first ice; quite
cool; out fire hunting with Mr. Rich
ar dson.

is a pleasant, safe, and certain.
remedy for internal and exter

September 20. 17TS. Mayor of Mem- nal use, which never falls *

phis tel.'graphs Chicago for 1000 cot
fins, yellow fever bad, deaths 100 a

D-cember 25, cold. disagre-abl,
weather; no ice, yet on 27 very co.). and S$
D ic-made frAly.Sol
A A N D L Sunday, November 30, 1879, very
cool. ice made.
Dl C S T OMI t ecember 9, 1880. Thin ice found
at night on 10. Big fire in Pensacola, Phone
burnt from Yinestra's store or build- -i
ring to John Dunn's bar room, corner Gol
rather bad. The rain which poured' Palafox and Government; also City
all day. with high windA. made things hotel an0 from Charbonier's store to NEW
gen'i&lly disag-eeable for everyone on Government. A.
'e following report from the weat.aer Saxauers on Government.
bunrau wi;: provw. interesting to t0e; November 24, 1881, first killing frost,- and

relieve rad cure. Nothing el:
like it. Atdruggists. Price 5('


Fully guaranteed.

I and recommended by
Pensacola, Fla.
1RO, Night Phone 44b.

dstucker Bros.'

st-class rubber-tired vehic'cs
gentle horses. Phone 814.

The Mi!.on ladI x. of this week. con-
tained the i Whiowing account of the
marriage of a -t"no..':r couple:
A Brilliant Wedding.
The Bagda,t Fi esbyirlian church
was the ceune of a ,avely wedding
ThitrsI'.la .,v'ning, SeTr'ember "'uta,
when M.\i Hatt.e Lee Whitsworth
an,! Mr.John R. Boswell plighted tfler
troth in the mld:-t of large assertc
blage of rela ives and friends.
The sacred editfe had been trans
forn:e.l by loving hanIs into a perfect
wo(,,ianl setting with palTn3. Flor ;!a
snilax. palniieto and potted plan;-.
In the alcove I)ltind thp pIulpit .va-
| bikod handsome ferns and otnier f"i
lagn. internmngled with cut flower-.
Suiopondld ltr'oi an arcn: of green i.
front of tne alcove w'as a white wEt-
dling bell, .sriounded by a horseshoe
1ot Ahite and pink rozes, under which
',he young couple stood while Roy. 1U.
H. Anderson s:ncke the words whi.h
ia''de them 0o.,.
Ai a te,v ninun:es past ine appoint -
ed hour the wedding par:: entered t&ii
chli:ceh to the strain.o ): ledesshoji ~
we !,:ng-* march, rendered by M.-
Mary Joyn HIubblari and l>er:ie Bi.wel.. in pin.t
co-stumes. wtiih A .i'.c ia e an ribbon
trimnnings. follow' ,I by Miss L) dta
Salt-lle, of Moile, and Miss Mar,.
lIe, Kel.v, in whie' costumes wilI
pink trimming. Each of these yo'ln
ladies carried boquets of white aud
Sink roses. Then camo the lovely ii
tle girl, Rosabel Davis in a dainty
shirred costume of pink silk, scatter-
ing roses as she came.
The bride entered on the arm ol
the groom. Her bridal robe was ar'.
exquisite creation of white shirred
silk, with elaborate hand-made trim-
,__: -_ rrtl .. il -.... .. ,I. .

Wi Jm. public: -ice made i miugs. T ne tulle veil was caught to
Reprt of the Storm. November 28. 1882, first killing frost. her hair with sprays of orange bloa-
SDecember 14, 1883, killing frost with ,raii aFiUPD soms, her nupll)tial boquct was whie'
LIGHTNING COMMITTED VARIOUS Local Office of the U. S. Weather Bu- ice. TIH WLEAT lLER roses, and no fairer nor more charm-
reau, Pensacola, Fla., Sept. 29. 1905 December 20, 1884, killing frost with ing bride has ever been seen. The'
PRANKS, PUTTING STREET, 8 p n ict first. F R PTfR room wore the conventional black,
CARS AND TELEPHONES OUT Tho following information concern-. November 14, 18835. frost, thin ice. F and was a perfect picture of a perfect.
ing thi, s vere spell of weather con- November 16, 1856, heavy, killing man, and a fitting companion for srht.
OF BUSINESS-ONLY ONE editions is furnished for the intorma- fost. first ice. wh, had won his heart.
tion of the public. November 19, 1887, thin ice. first this Observer W. F. Red of the local After the ceremony the attendants
BUILDING REPORTED STRUCK. Ss.- warnings for this distrir season i weather bureau, has compiled the fol- and invited guests repaired to the
h wahr burau reiebaeave been displayed since the D-mber 17,. 1888, Jacksonville re Ilowing data. covering a period of 25 home of Capt. and Mrs. D. W. Whits-
The local weather bureau receive morning of the 27th 'en the d' ports 4.590 cases o' yellow fever with years from the weather bureau at Pen- worth, where a delicious and sump-
Ilstructons from Washington last parent ctralsot 410 daths.Today ice made freely; sacola, Fla. They are issue i to show tuous repast was served. Charming!
night to discontinue the display of of I)uana indicate increasintonight first this season. ihe conditions that have prevailed, decorations were everywhere, and in
tie storm warning whi-h had been up Not he..'.t inds, for the East Nov':ober 30. 159, heavy, white during the month in question, for the the soft glow of the lights, were beau-!
lor the pait three days. This came (G, coast Wednesday afternoon al frost, thin ice. above period of years. butr must not be tifully effective.
as a welcome order as it carried with nightt ()n the morning of the 2'l November 1 1890, heavy, white frost,! construed as a forecast of the weather The large and attractive display of
it the indication that thp threatened' tinice condition for the conting month: presents, oth ctly and simp
m th:h disz. rianco was approaching the thin ie.
utorm center was moving from l! of -h eribian a Riverso in' \t- Nrvel)- 18. 1891. white frost with Temperature.-Mean or normal tern-1 spoke mutely, but emphatically, of the!
point. mth ofi indc.- t epr. perature, 70 degrees. The warmest extreme popularity of these youeg
Min.- bihe". l 1, 1 Southeast winds for.tliii ice. first.
Yesterday s record, however, w. ThursdaY night and Friday, inform Dc.-oember 23, 1892, first ice this sea- month was that of 18. wi'h an av".,'- people.
ioridn th.n., being published that !t rwa' sen. iage ofh 75 degrees. The colder month The bride is the youngest daughter
a ---'*- for ves toinravigate Gulf November 2f. 1S93, white frost, ice, was that of 1885. with an average ot of Capt. and Mrs. D. W. Whitswortl,
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. wa:. rs. on pig trough. s65 degrees. The highest temperature. and has been a resident of Bagdad all
Ti,o id:-uiay of warnings were con- November 15, 1 94, first ice this win- was 95 degrees on October 8, 1884. her life, and has many friends wn-l
Is the Result of Prolonged Study and, i Fiday morrng when the ter. The lowest temperature was 38 d(-- wish her joy.
Deep Research. j -'t, ,. -till off the mouth of (h,' December 5. 1895, thermometer at grees on October 31 1887. The -earli- The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marconi-he wirn,, .s wizard did M, ;.: pp. h.r -.,mntcr reading 28: on 6th, 31 degrees; this is first cool est alate on which .fit killing" frost F'. P. Boswell, and. was born a.
not stumble accidentally upon the 29 ;, inc, hs at New Orleans. The v.eather this season. Occurred in autumn, November 12. raised near Bagdad. He holds the r,:-
prin(ipies of his marvellous inven- '. no tr reading at -.e local ofih-ee December 31. 1896. thermometer at Average date on which first "killing sponsible position of saw filer in the
dton. of !'- uttber bureau at 7 p. m. Fri. 70 degrees year goes out without any frost occurred in autmn, Decemblr 5. Island mill at Bagdad, and by his ur-
It was only by deep and prolonged day wa, 29.75 inches. sngn of cold weather. Average date on which last 'killing" banity and gentlemanly deportment,
st1ud1 of the caus. of ceirai know, iri. -o hi~h win.ls prevailed ins January 27, 1897, first ice this win- frost occurred n spring. February. 23. has made a host of friends.
phenomena in nature that he wa'- Pen:.acroa throughout the 27th, 28ta 'tr. The latest on which, last "killing" frost
able to produce the startling effect. and 9th. the total number of mil,,s December 6, 1S97. killing frost: Capt. occurred in spring. April 6. snol IA. IHW YVFAI
Many people :n speaking of Hair r:.Ist., ,l for the 27th was 462 glvi.i W. D. Chipley dit.d in Washington. Precipitation (rain or melted snow.)
Res:orers, have a way of bunching' an a'erat;( -eo-ty of D1.2 miles; the December 4, IS9~. thin ice made to- -Averag: for the month. 3.65 inches.
them altogether without discrimina- ar veloity of the wind for nigh vsterday thermometer was at Average number of days .01 of an
tin. .- miles per hour with a 76 agrees. inch or more, 6. The greatest monthly
Herpicide is as different from other, 'a' of f. mies. The highest v-epic-- November 3, 1S99. heavy white frost precipitation was 10.90 inches in 1900.
so-called "hair res:orers" and -'rent-, v Wedn."sdv night was 32 milet"hin ice. The least monthly precipitation was
dies as day is from night. frm the East; during Thursday it Dec. 6, 1]900. very thin ice; did not .04 inches in 1*91. The greatest APPROPRIATE SERVICES WILL BE
It is a scientific prepa,'ation prepar-' ;.,chId1 2! mniies: Thursday night, 31 hurt the Panna Christy. amount of precipitation recorded in
ed for the sole purpose of destroying ,niil,: ,!'rirg Fridav t~e highest vc- Dec. 27. everything still green, any 24 consecutive hours was 5.60 HELD TODAY AT TEMPLE
the scalp microbe that causes dan- s it wa> :33 miles" fro n-the South. November 16, 1901, first killing frost, inches on 16 and 17, 1903. The great- BETHEL
druff and falling hair. eas: at 1:23 p. m. just at the time an tliln ice. est amount of snowfall recordeI' in
For sale by W A. D'Alembere. xc -,iv( downpour Qf rain was b'irg 1) ceno'.c)r 25, 1902. after a very, tny 24 consecutive hours (record ex-
raruggiht and apothecary. 121 South rt cor i-,; warm spell of weather the th?rmniome.- tending to winter of 1S84-85) was-
Palafox street, or send 10c in stamps S-ea., rain set in at 9:30 p. m. of tr fell at night to 25 degrees; ice: inches on 1-. The J ws will observe their New
to The Herpicide Co., Detrok, Mich. 'ho 27th .24 falling to midnight (,f plentiful and sure cold. Clouds and weather.-Average num- Iear today. All the stores and other
November 38, 1903, after heavy rain,! ber of clear days 17; partly cloudy places of business owned by Jews will
.- -- --. wind round to northwest, thermometer days 8; cloudy days 6. be closed up to 6 o'clock this after-
rxM .r le. fell to 28 degrees; ice on the water Wina.-The prevailing winds have Li.on and the memlbrs of that race
tank. been from the northeast. Tne aver- ill hold' appropriate services.
TH 0 L D L December 1. 1904. thermometer 32 age hourly velocity of tho wind is 9.5. Services were held yesterday after-
degrees, thin ice nimaie. iThe highest velocity of the wind was noun at the T'mple, which were con-
SM NU L U ow, Mr. Editor, you can form your 68 miles from the. northeast on Octo- drcted by Mr. L. B. Hirschman in tie
own opinion as to early frost from this ber 8, 1894- absence of Rabbi K-ch. Rabbi Isaac
L WL W 4 M Pepre,. Me., el IRo man st. Pe.ssefa, Fa.& re cor ----E. Wagenime.m, also conducted ser-
SWM. H. TRIMMER, PENSACOLA FEVER VICTIM Nices yesterday at the Odd Fellows'
Molino. Fla., Sept. 29. 1905. WELL KNOWN IN TAMPA. hall on West Garden street. He will
NIP& 1-t___cld services again today ana2 tomor-

M ANY people have bees deceived I beliet-
fag that stoves were cheap because of a
low price, whem e 4pWise proves
them the most expensive.
A small price may be ptM fr a tove which
looks attractive in the catakirue, which has
been described as "perfect." but it is liable to
prove a very expensive purchase: for tea
chances to one. trouble wfl arie- from this
stove to a month's time-it may sot beat or
cook properly, or It may consume fuel like a
locomotive. Then the material is the stove
itself may wear so poorly that at the end of a
year or so it will have to be replaced.
You never get something for nothit ig tl Is
world, and when you pay a small price for a
stove, that price must cover the cost of materla.
and labor, and include a reasonable profit. con
sequenty inferior cast-iron ad steel. and the
cheapest and most inexperienced labor., must
go into this seemingly low-priced stove.
Expert St've Adarce Free.
We have opened an
"Advice Department."
in charge of an expert
stoveman. simply to tell
the people, absoidely fre
ofc.isf, all about stoves.
Andthis expert will hon-
e-tly advise you just
which stove or range
will best suit your nu-ds.
We also want those who
have lost money on the [
seemingly inexpensive
stove, to let us tell them
how they can save money
by buying a "Garland."
even if the first cost is a
little more than that of the
cheap and unsatisfactory atove.
We want them to let as tell them about the
advantages of "Garlad" Stoves and Roage.,.
which always prove a good investment.
We make a "Garland" to rit every stoew n,
and have books accurately describing the differ
ent kinds. We could not afford to open this
"Advice Department" or send out the valuable
literature we do. free of charge, if "Garland"
Stoves and Ranges were not distinctly superior
to other makes; if the magnitude of our opera-
tions did not make it possible for us to %ell them
at reasonable prices, and if our reputation and
methods of doing business did not insure
absolute satisfaction.
If you are considering the purchase WOO
of a stove or range, cut out this coupon.
check (this way V) the kind of stove you are
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Receiving our Expert Advice and Iiterau
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"'Garhma Stowes and Rangs are duraMb
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mckek-i and each "'Gartad" wl'd ;.at a hifeirme
"Garwl r' Strve. s Rane.. w,.I not brm
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No. 540.
H. L. COVINGTON, Presldent M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President. JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.

Capital Stook, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Henry L. Covington, S.J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. MIAvery1 ,
Bryan Dunwody, O. E Maura,
Frank leilly, w. L Cawttos,
W. S. Rnsasco, C. A. O'Npal.
T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. llannak,
F'. 5. Brawner, McKenzie O-rtl,&
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowln,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Covington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms SoildsLt
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.

WM. H. KNOWLIS, President.
THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.

W. K. HYVR. .IR.. V -Pres. and Caslher
W. N. RO)BETS, Asst. Cashier.

First National Bank

of Pencla, Fla,

DIRECTORS, F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knowles,
W. Hycr, Jr., D. G. Brent.

Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and SU

We draw our own Bills of Ex-
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Germany, France Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European countries.

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Phone 109.




i Palmetto Beach Agent. The Tampa Times says:: Ir is a row.
H* T'm Harris, The Journal's bustling long cry from the fever stricken c:t:> Rabbi K,'ch was in Cc
agent at Pa!mct:o Beach, is seeing of Pensacola to Tampa, yet the ha:,(d .hg a vacatio: when ye.l
H Journals. iHe reports that the resi- ot deaih in the fir::t named point haI.' 'i.lared to exist here, an
She iget tht r,, and thereabout iar' fever caue(,d sorrow to invade the hearts of .ng 10 return, but thj m2
-.vo- but fli0 of anxiety and sympathy Tan:pa citize.s. .ciigr egation in Pensaco.
for quaran-in e,. Pensacolians. If you In Tuesday's s.-sue of t'he Times w.) : not to retirnr for the pre
Share st'p;;ing at Palmetto IB ach and recited, among the list of victims, n .ot0 until alter the eradi
want The Journal. get it from Mr. Htar-! name of Carl Haas. Mr. Haas dI,,i ft:er.
ris. He has it on sale by ;he single at midnight Tuesday, leaving a witf,,
copy or will take your subscription at, who was reported critically ill, and
the regular rates. whose death was momincntarily ex- LN WA

that day: on the 2Sth the tolal raiti-
fai w' as 3.23 inches to 7 p. m.. 1.37.5't
of which amount fell between 1:05'
and 1:25 p. m., heavy -.ain was falling
at 7 p. m. of the 29th and by 8 p. am.
.4:, more was a.lded to the record
nakIing a total o1 5..,7 inches of ra;n'
betwven 1 :30 p. m. of the 27th and
8 p. ni. of the 2-'th.
Th. zr,"at' st amount of precipita-
'ion recorded in any %. consecutive
hrirs in Sep',mlber was 6.12 on tiMe
14:h and 15.th ,Sl. T.,- highest wind
velocity on the Stptem'er record is
50 nrlios from the North on Septem-
bE-r -h.. 1SS2. Thf graj:est monthly
precipi*ation for September war 17.93
inches in 1!95.
Lightning Did Damage.
Lightn;nz was aiso a very disagree-
able feature cf the day and maiiy
Mall accidents e"ere reported. A
nu~inlbr of -te,'t (ars were efft-ctjj.1
by : a.-:i iiad to t1b taken to the sheJl
foz.- 'a:'rs. The te',:phone, s and toi.-
graph companies also suffered severe -
A small frame building on Hayne
street. situated near Sam Sunday's
store, was struck by lightning yeater.-
day about 12:30 o'clo'. The hc-ase
was badly demolished but no one was
injured. A number of chickens in the;
place were killed.

But a few mo'.ft s ago Mr. Hlaa;,
was a respecto'l citizen of Tamp'i.!
with a wide range of friends and aci
quaintances, particularly among the

German people of Tampa. He wa:
connected with the German club o
this city, and was identified with
many of their most brilliant, and in
teresting functions.
A musician by profession, Mr. Haar
was employed as piano tuner by the
Turner Music Store, and pliedi i'
vocation in Tampa for a number o
months. Sonic four months a-o iE
left the c!ty for Pensaco:a. whert, .>
has fallen a victim to the t'rr'b:,
diase Ithat is devastating 'hat de
voted city.

No argument Is
needed when

Grape Nuts

Is served for

Watch results.

olorado enjoy-
ow ever was
d was prepar-
embers of his
ia urged him
sent; tnat is.
cation of the


' The Milton Index says: People of
f Milton were astonished Tuesatay fore-
Snoon oy the report of a "suspicious"
case. That report spelt stampede.
n, dni in a few minutes Deonle coinmmenc-

safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Renters.

Savings Department-ltem st PawM on D, at
rate of 4 per cent perW MMM

sed making for tall timber with a rapidi- -4
St remarkable for these langourois J. S. REESE~, President. E. W. MONEYF=. Cas&lW.
r' mes. Horses and vehicles were in R. M. CART, Vice-Presldent
"private conveyance available, was put Directors-L. J. Rev, J . Reese W. DeC. Kealeo, R. M. Cary,
I'i, to action. It looked for a while, as W. A. D'AIemberte, T+. A. Jennings.
- if the town would be depopulated; but TRANSACT8 A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
there were a few who set their teeth YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
firmly and announced their intention,
o1 holding down the lid, suspich or no ---B
suspich. -- ___
Dr. Porter was at once notified and
Wednesday morning Dr. Anderson, of
Pensacola. and Dr. Andrade. th2 noted *.
';cieriln)gist., of Jacksonville, but now' Wholmle sad RtaUl Dealer is
operating at Pensacola. caip up from SteamtY Domestic, Anthracite
that city. In company with Drs. Mc-C
K.nnon and EL,'ridge they visited the a i M lit
"cases," secured some of the blood and Ose--No.3 See Palats street. Telepbome, M.
other stuff, and re irnel to Pensacola y ar o Zarragae a m ing aes streets. Pbeme.
with a promise- to inform the doctors M --- ---
here of the nature of the disease as __
soon as thre examination could be made -
The few hours of waiting were hours "NO T Y LOW 1 RVR." ant bomes in town as they were to "
of anxiety to the Miltonians. Late Our people are happy a aa ad thi away.
A in the afternoon the report came, ad most t those wbo took to the woods Moral-Never skedaddle at the
the joyful IAtelligence was prooaoe*o 4 are eer to L back to their pleas of the Arst gun,

L HILTON GORBK. PfIasMla T. L WELLEa, Vics Paa Piar
B. M. BswNxsLL, cassass. MANSFIEKLU MORKrO, tear Cassa

Citizens National Bank,
of1 Penaeo a. Pr'lrl la.
Oeo.W Wriaht. Morris sear. T. X. Wells


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Yhe revei 1'u r rf fhc best types of
royalty !n liurl;.e from the pomp and
circumstance ,f exalted rank and their
de.-!re t,, r* tur.. : s nu:scl a' s', ('t'- -.\i!:
permit them, to. r! a:Ja m'-e h-l'il:! y
mc-thods of life is mire s- ar-ly (',.11
by King Edward .f Eng:...:d than by
any otltr great svcr ign, aside frm
the un;haipy 'Czar of Russia. King E.d-
ward, who Icves roast short rihs of
beef and Irish potatoes better than any
other dish known to the royal cooks.
also much prefers his private country
home to the famous palaces left him by
such famous old English monarchs as
Henry VIII. or the ill-fated Charles I,
who loved Bucking.am iPalace best of
all the Stuart roya: relsdencea.
The loyal Englli-'..;:an. too, is proud of
the fact that the mar. whom he con-
alders the first g,-ntleman in Europ.c
cares more fur his comparatively mod-
est counr-y epate, loves to look over
his horses tnd h-s cattle. to study tis
wheat cr-op and l is bird coverts, and
Is undru'ltedly the most ardent advo-
cate of a simph, l:ealthy existence, lives
as olo0. to I,'rme Nature's bosom as
the etiquette t*.at hedges about an em-
peror oi India and an English king will
alM1w. Thle ,.. :i. for her part. can
churn as .1a, bul'tter and pat It Into
as shapely a mold as any dal-ynaid i .
the three kini:donms. The Iling's dazigh-
te s in sevirla! instance have shown
a decided I r. fer,e.ne for country life.
without t. f.-.-. and feathers which
must be n. .i:-,.d w.en the royn!
family ln'aLt.' ua so-call-d royal resi-
depce. E. ;Jrr.t::r,. is not one of tfese
but th(e ''ivat- prr-erty of Edwarj n'r
a ri"-ple l g ic.. tlzc : .I he f: r -s
tl (st.", a dr- k s It ,ay. a t ,n
that nmr v ;in:' e;td 1 ::,i.shnman has
fLiled t ; .. : t .-. C .st.
A'u : ,r I-. Klirip u:,d,.,l 'ter'- v 'I

as S ( .... v ''. 't h 1- ,., ..
at hisb T :, V t r. ,4 l *
whec ... 1' b:.r i Pn s cciurtrv
'I.,I v. .-' C* doff I1 s r.w'. a.' a
, I V I n y l t :, ,tt. A.
surl. i. i1 a r larlk.Olr.t a Fuc'es.
fu: far- .r. .;: ry :, .r r. a g .-
erous T I :t. ,-:tk
player ;:,t i 1. st '. ,p f c. -
ta ch t ; "' '.b t .t .. R ., ,

ate. ,-re t r. I .
litre. in 1, i .
T he K.'" '. *-'y ,. .
nndrivJi t
Is i;o 1 .. .s . f,. r hft,,
ty hit f,- ', 4S yearn ;g :- t c 'st $, 2.`k 11, Tt-e
., at s:e hands i-. i i"k % ,%,-, 6I aIcrn.-
1I to tni. w.. 1il the f -n k .,- ,.n
gardenF ind I'a':. on. '.,- .state cer-
prise stm:e 1.t c, :.-rts. It has a rena
roll of i tout $', "*. arn.. if run ,r Is
ctirrect. the KRng l as .:,;vs r. ide :,
point of n;. alr.g tt'n s or. i;. 1 r i .'
*state, in i .' c.s!o he It 'st .
I 'x-nt In r i.- w i .i!(r., c,,ns'd.-.it.lv
cver a n; ;;;:-n d, -.rs. To undltsn,_:-,;
what tl,, Kin"c r.as act otnm .shld at
Band-'lirg.;a : ';.;:not dl I-tter tt;. r,
to gian,' ir: rt e rsiddeni'e. t !.. at
the '- ,'. .ir. r ;in !:tst. tut it
Eo fk) e:r. ie:i'. t'o n, 'hi dw .iing-
which t'-.. h- Ls l.had ixcted four h..

A Tritest Enmiask Coua.

Bandrtnharnm I se rn-. be describe
S a& typical coun'r! in: :'iv n. it is by no
mIeans a palace .n:ded. !f the truth
must be told, ac -t: o ns could be
Sentioneod far iarv r a: d nre elabo-
rate. let andr:.;:'-.-an House has a
dignfed and pleasii.g aulearance. It is
of modernized Eli ats-et'in architecture,
built of red brick. wi-:i Ketton stone
dre-.ing. Over the door at the main en-
tranct one re:,ds the followmg lagcrip-
tion: "'Tl-i house ws built by Albert
1 -.dwart, Prince of Wales, and Alkxan-
dra Lis wift, In the year of our Lord4
As a matter of fact the estate wa
purchased son-e nine vears previous to
that date. but the Oid Msanor House was
in such a condition that, after vainly
trying to patch it up and add to it, it
asE Iund ds. rable to pull it all down
and bu::d an entirely new res!jid.ce.
Thirteen "--..: s aho Sandringhamn was
again u t..v L.-L- uf Lte uo4idera after

ic'm ik~c~4
5--- P.i-~z.r~x ~-~zm'~m.-~ -

a Cs 't-..: I:fre w ,i t' entire roof
Sf the r.. 1::i n .u.: '.:T \, u d.1:in :ig.-d and
r of *l,.e twi .;';'-; r ii)urs w. re
U I:.d 41 "'d tt p ,, s lity of sa.v-
t' 'n i: ; t' e ii'-" w)'o was then.
.f cours., t'! Prne Iof Wales. cheerful-
.y set to w.rk to r,>'.:.J tie ruined par-
i lon of th house, .n, Sant.rirng';am. or
at leas', t' e new part (,f it. Is today com-
pletely t reI., with iron and concrete
toors and roof. T.e ftre cost the King
S7'.00k, and n;adc .Sandringham an un-
i:Fually co.-tly r,'s1Jc:: a for that particu-
lar yeo.r It will be s8'n from the above
that t!,e l.'.:se is cr.tireiy a modern
structure. It l...s a frontage of some
:.t* feet, and it is so designed that the
r'ajority of t.cv prrncip.il rooms overlook
the terrace and tie L t.utlful gardens
Where the King Enjoys Lite.
Of the rooms in the husle. with their
cot-tly treasres, His M:,jesty forbids
anything li.t a d,"ain.Il description.
S'Ihere are three dr.,Aing-roomns, two
vmaial o:.es and a i.trg i n!i conn .;j wit.. ti t:trance hall by
a broad c, rr:dor. v which is ornamented
with pie-tsi of armor, ancient china.
stuffed birds, etc. The large draw.ng-
room Is a i-:igrn!cert apartment, f.ti-d
with lindows rv ,cti:ing from ceiling to
floor. Ti.e wall- .,re paneled with pink
and blue and with m.d:ngs of gold and
cream. The furniture is upholstered in
pale blue, with threads cf d.ep crimson
and cold, the ghaings are of rich che-
nille; the floor of polished oak. u.th
rich Indian rugs distributed here and
thera A plentiful scattering of music
and books gives It a homeike appear-
The apaetrnent best known to the
people of Norfolk county is the ball-
room. It is of immense size and of
lofty construction. There is hardly a
father. a laborer or servant In the em-
ploy of the King who cannot my that
Se bas ot had a good time an this

1 aprtr-ent. There are three "annual"
ldan .-s ht d there-tie "county." the
"Tenants and the "servants'" balls.
I'ntil a few years ago the King and
Q,.en always led off the dancing on
these occasions, but since he ascended
the throne Ills Majesty has been too
rich occupied with affairs of state to
always put in a personal appearance,
but with characteristic thoughtfulness
se-es that everything is done to make
the ball a success and his working peo-
pie made happy. The King's workroom
many would describe as small, but it is
In this room that His Majesty answers
his correspondence and transacts all
the business affairs connected with his
estate. In an adjoining room may be
seen a complete postoffice. You can buy
a stamp or take out a money-order at
Sandringham House in the very same
way as you :an in a postotfoe in the
Strand In London.
The spacious dining-room, the three
libraries, the conservatories, the bil-
Lard-room, gunroom and an Interest-
ing apartment containing numerous
sporting trophies and cups won by the
King's cattle competition are all band-
some apartments. quietly but taste-
fully and artistically furnished.
King's Gardens and Farmabuses.
After all it Is the gardens and farms
that are the chief charm of Sandring-
ham. Indeed, it was these latter which
decided the King to give up Osborne
House and retain Sandringham when
he came to the throne.
To fully appreciate the beauty of the
gardens at Sandringham, one should
stand on the terrace front, when a scene
of rare beauty enchants the ye6 There
are no geometrical beds of gorgeous
I mosaic, nor groue of statua-n fact,
none of the hy deviees of o-called
"grand" gardens. The velvety turf -
acends In shallow aL to the ISS&
with its blue surface 10" tin y

islands, whose trees are mirrored in the
water. Here the lake narrows until a
pretty rustic bridge is able to reavc
across It, and further on It diminishes
into a stream, trickling through purple
heather and fringes of feathery bam-
boos. while everywhere is the singing of
birds and the soothing cry of the wood
Beyond the gardens is the park. which
has a peculiarly personal interest. From
his mother the King has inherited a
taste for memorial trees, and the illus-
trious guests at Sandringham have not
often escaped without being asked to
plant one. At the base of each is an
Iron label carrying an inscription that
describes the kind of tree and tells who
planted it. To enumerate them would
be a tedious task to perform, for from
the KaJaer and the Czar downwards
there Is scarcely an European potentate
of importance who has not growing in
Sandringham Park a tree planted with
his own hands.
Reverting again to the gardens; it ts
Interesting to note that pink china
roses are said to be the favorite flower
of their Majesties, and no fewer than
2u.000 were planted at Sandringham,
In the autumns of 1898 and 1899. So
rolific have these plants proved that
from a single bank four feet high no
fewer than 10,000 roses were taken in
one morning. The Queen has also a
passion for violets of every hue, to the
raising of which 200 feet of glass houses
ts devoted. Mention may also be made
of the walled-in gardens with their
treasures of rare fruits ripening se-
ductively in the sun; the alpine gardens
and the wonderful rockies.
His Majesty's delight when at Sand-
ringham is to visit his farm. As soon
as his correspondence is finished he
hastens away from his house across
the parks to the kennels and stud.s,
taking visitors with him when he can
persuade them to Join him.
His Majesty is a farmer in the true

sense of the word. as distinguished
from the owner of an estate upon
which there are farms. Indeed the
King, whose training has been essen-
tially that of an English country gen-
tleman. takes the liveliest personal in-
terest In every detail connected with
his land, himself marking out trees to
be felled and directing where others
should be planted, and superintending
the choice of stocks, and all questions
that have to do with the carrying on
of the lands and farm. It is a wonder-
ful farm, for nowhere else sla so much
high-bred stock to be seen upon the
same area.
'The glory of the farms, of course, is
their stock. At Sandrinxham are to be
found a splendid herd of pedigreed Short-
horns and Southdown sheep of the first
quality as the prizes that they U ke at
all the leading shows attest. The
Sandrlnghanishire horses are famous-
the finest, indeed, to be seen any-
where. in December on the farm there
were between 7o and SU head of them,
bred from the ninest blood in the world.
Of the thoroughbreds the same may
be said, it It is necessary to do so, see-
ing that they include the two Derby
winners, Persimmon and Diamond
Jubilee, and 15 magnificent mares. In
addittio to these, hackneys are also'
bred. Nog are the Shorthorns the only
cattle, for with them are herds of Irisn
Dexters and Jerseys. In fact, It would
be interesting to know what is the
total value of the stock upon the Sand-
ringham farm. This must be enormous,
but Areat as has been the capital out-
lay. the probability is that the invest-
ment pays since when the produce of
such stock is put upon the market it
commands high prices, and is, of course.
much sought after by breeders for the
value of it. blood.
The Queen's model da!ry Is a place
where she and her daughters have spent
man} delightful hours in the mysteries
of butter-making. Also there are
technical schools on the estate and a

, village club. The latter was founded
by the King for the benefit of the vil-
i lagers and the men and youths em-
ployed on the estate.
It was the late Earl of Derby who
said: "llalf the secret of the King's
unrivaled popularity la that he is a
sportsman to the backbone." Indeed
he Is a past master of the gun, and
ranks among the dozen best shots in
the United Kingdom. He has shot bears
at dangerously close quarters In the
Carpathian .Mountains, and dozens of
fierce, boars have fallen to his gun In
Germany. He sent a bullet through
the head of one at a distance of over
200 yards.
But it Is pheasant shooting that the
King loves best, particularly when Le
can shoot over his own preserves at
Sandrinngham. From 10.000 to 12.00U
p!.easants are reared on the estate an-
nually, and the first shoot which takes
place on the King's birthday is one of
the chef events of the year. On that
day about 60 beaters are employed, all
of whom are uniformly uressed and
each carries a flag. There are about
13.000 acres of shooting belonging to or
rented by the King, and th" Prince of
Wales rents about 10,000 acres. What
the bags have been like is no secret.
The best season was that of 1l'6-97.
when, according to a card which hangs
In the head keeper's office, there were
obtained 13,SG8 pheasants. 965 partridges,
836 hares. 6,186 rabbits, 77 woodcocks. 8
snipes. 52 teals, MI wild ducKs, 1i pig-
eons and 7 various birds.

The Job Nearest Heaven

The man who occupies the most ele-
vated position in the world is neither a
: monarch nor a multimillionaire. He Is
. simply a poorly paid stationmaster on
an Alpine railway. The name of the llt-
tie station is Gornergratt. It is near
Zermatt, Switzerland. aal Is only reach-
ed after a difficult climb over a chaos of
glaciers. Its altitude is about 9.,W feet
l above sea leveL

European Nurses At

the Front.

Japanese Red Cross Society the

Best Equipped Institution

In the World.

At sich a t'me the manner tn w-~14e'
the Japanese wounded during the p
eM war have been looked after l
naturally of groat interest, anld t ca-n
be stated now that the facilltles for thi
work are almost unlimited. Japan has
taken especial pains with this organ:za-
tlon. and the Japanese Red Cross .i-
ciety can lay Ilalm to be!ng one of tfe
best equipped and most perfected in the
world. In fact, so much is thought or
the Jnpanese. nurses and their r-stem of
working that a special attache has been
sent out by England to report on their
work in the field for the benefit of the
British society.
In the same way sexcral Indles from
other European countries are work!nq
In the hospitals of .IM nchuria. attendirg
to the Japaneew wounded and studying
the methods of the Japanese Red Cross
Society. There are also a number fit
American nure's. Mlis Mceo. a w*e'l-
known lady physi-rlin. having had r.-
l!s. than eight trained American nurst3
under her.
Munry of three women hive had pr-e'-
tical exper: nr.'. In field hoqp'tal work.
ard speak 'n thle 1-ghost praise of the
Japanese physicanii and their patient.
willing little nurses.
The Japine:e Rod Croes Society hns
considerably over 900.000 members. and
during tlm-"s of peace has an annual
growth of 100.000 memnhers with an
average Income for that period ot
Naturally, the society has taken con-
siderable time to reach Its present mnag-
nificent state of prepare1dnicE' for suth
eventualities as the prrs-'nt one. having
had practical fie-ll -xpsrienc -. both dur-
ing the China war, when over 1.000 men
and womon m-tubers of the society vol-
unteered and took charge of all the hos-
pitals at the scn,.'s of LoStitle sand
during the U[,'r r:s'..t. whi.n two fully-
equipped ho-pita;l ships were built and
rendered exce!l'-it 1;iil.
The system of training the nurses t6
become members of tlhe soc;ty is a
particularly rg,,rous l If the head
office Is Joln-l. t.,r'e y, rs h:-ve to I.e
d(-vot,,l in 1. :rn: ,r th Aig an th*.' .i. ntitic side of the worc.
iiut a:',,n"i'- Ws.'::;g o j.in t 'at one 4.(
its man-y lrir.. le.,. wh-n a period ]
only two y .v ,s ,,' .s'~-ry, and aI
shorter t'.r -. -till s re9tiiiur.d of a new
rin.inlr if oiuly r': if:,-' 1,r subordl-
niate posltit'ris., si li "::- i --.-s:t nce nursa.
H,,tw *'tl L-so' arn,! ;%-, 111l;y unlirt d
nidic:Il me.n i reo : tache,! to the society,
and rr:mnyv of th so. t-)gethe-r with doc-
tors* of the Army M.dL cal Corps. were
<:ispatchcd to tl ). coming scenes of hos-
tilities long before the present war
broke out. t an w.re inquiring Into the
likely food resourcee for the MIkade'a
troops. Samples w-re taken of fruit.
v, g-.tables and other foodsl. ;rd so *hor-
oughly was the inves'!i .tion c:iri.-d
owit that wells In the vie;-:it wore --
'd w.th m lcro:4c,.,. a to, v rt any d::i-
g'r of the sprtLad uf disease from cn-
taminatedl water r.
The usual percentnre of deaths for
disesee alone in rt.i:y great wars t!
four. hut ty -itch I : 'i. .s : .)
nhove taken by her t-1l ('rms Society.
Japan has reduced t!Le :gties to oeu
per cent.

The Bohemian Twins

There has arrl."'ol in London from
Llego, 'ihn.,.,mla, !,' Msaseas Rosa and
J,,sefa :;!,'zk. w!,, air. no doubt, thr
inoFt extr,')rdin;. ,y rexiriptes of numas
ahnormrnaliry in exl-t-n,'-e. Probably no
physiolor.g al c'lrt.- :ty of equal interest
is been seen n Eurupe since iEn and
Chang. the Siamese twins, visited Lon-
d-,n In 1-t4. bef,,re .F-ttling dow7 In the
United .Fatr.z., w'.-re. they married two
sisters. and Lave rvared healthy, normal
The physical condition of the Misses
fiia7zk dliff,-rs little from that of the
Fi'amese twins. The b'..i-s of the latter
are connected near the chest. In the
c'e of these youni women the adhesion
occurs for some distance up the side.
t rminating nightly ab',ve the waist.
Their heads are n.,ot quite on the level,
Joqefa bwing somewhatt the taller of the
two. Althoreh the girls of neceaalty
spend their ioves side by side, they can-
not look into ealn other's faces. Thie
irost that is p'ssb)lo is a sidelong glar.'-e
that Rosa is enabled to take of her sis-
Physically. their actions are Indepen-
dent. but mentally the g;rls have a tsep
arate existence. Nor do their tastes. In-
elinations or ternpermrnenta coincide.
Consequently they ilve in a state of con-
stant compromise. The coupie-I4f the
plural be permissible--appearvery harty
and contented, or. as Rosa explain.4,
"We are ve-y much attached to ea"h
other in every respect." They en.y the
uual comp'eme .nt of lmbs. They w&t.
with a spr;ghtiy. nimble movement, b .t,
of course, tour f.ct are seen la opera-



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7 room dwelling, west Garden, 3 lots,
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..$1400.
3 houses, renting $18.00 per month
.. .. .. .. ..................$000.



We have customers for investment
properties In any part of the city.

3 houses (new) renting $21.00 per
month..................$ L.. BROW N& Co

' 4 room house, renting $7.00..$600.
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00
per month.. .. .. .. .. .. .....$750.

For Rent.

7 room house, 918 E. Strong.... $12.50
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00

200 Theisen Bld'g


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10-room House on North Hill.
715 North Lbylen.............
304 North Spring.............
21 West Romana.............
806 North DeVillier..........
323 East Gadsden............
1107 East Cervantes..........
314 East Strong...............
238 West Government.........
1126 East LaRua..............
310 East Romana ............
111 South DeVillier ...........
215 South DeVillier..........
625 North Romana............

See our board for bargains

FOR Walter S. Hooton,
General Dealer in

.$50 00 Bicy es, Bicyde Sundries
. 40 00 1
17 5and Fittings
17 50
12 50 Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type,
12 50 writers, Guns, Pistols. Locks and Urn-
10 00 brellas repaired.
10 00 Lawn Mowers, Scissors. Knives.
10 09 s., sharpened.
Most complete line #f keys in the
Trv Unooto, Mp' --^-- a- -- i

In real

--6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.00 FOR SALE.-Comc "Stegomyia" pos- Money to lend at the lowest market
tal cards for sale at White's Re3- rate of Interest.
n n List your real estate with me for taurant, two for five cents. Outside- -
Pensacola lnvestinilent (o. sale. orders will not be filler unless cash ----
and postage accompanes order. Or-
a. aBsli E, Cay ugar Rents collected' and prompt returns der quick. 28sept.
W. L K NWLE re t. R L M Srtary, m mad e. FIS H E R
J. L. STUMAN, V.-r. ad m MmNr. NOWL Tr, TraBrwOrK. FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred white ply-
loomf d aemo Lonsrl faIIIFa tIIF to. mouth rock roosters, also some eggs Q
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. I for setting. Address Anna Carlin,
SSunny Bank Fruit and Poultry Farm,
204% 8. Palafox St., Fisher Building. .ary Esther, Fla. 28septlw* 206 South Palafox Street,
SFORR SALE.-Shingles and Wood fo.' PHONE 87.
WANTED WANTED FMale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'.3
WANTED.-100 cords of pine and oak WANTED.-At once; schooner load of FOR SALE.-Household furniture Misela eOUs
wood. Address or phone F. N1 oak and pine wood; vess not to cheap. 616 East La.ua St. 26sept. FOR SAL.-SaH- boat for sale cheap;
Howell. Warrington, Fla. 29septlw touch at Pensacola, but come to an.- 18 ft. long; good condition. Apply to AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Anti-
WA.NTBD.-First-class lumber book- chor In front ot navy yard nd mn- FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful Dan Saccaro, at Sagari's bath house. toMalaralstay cure Itis aod tonicres
keeper and general oce man openload there. Telegraph or phone at Im. country home on Reservation; gool! 23septlw* to stay cure. t is a good tonica
for position October st. Address' exense what ay vessel can come. F. fishing; good garden; good water and thi time of the year. On sale at all
ookkeeper care Journal. 26ceptlw Howell, phone 889, Warrtngton, plenty wood. Will sell cheap for cash FOR SALE-South half block 211, druggisis, or at Lewis & Co., Elast
ooeeper re -- Fla. 30sept.lw* or rent reasonable. Apply F. N. How. fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by Government street. Price, 50c.
We want the public to remember that _ell, Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, Box 137% feet on Bay Vtow Park; also 13seplm.
we are back at our old stand on East 36. 15seplm* south half of block 2l2, fronting 400
Government street. and selling gro- HELP WANT D feet on 14th St., by 137!2" feet on Bay PIANO TUNING.
ceries and produce cheaper than any CHICKEN WHAT produos egg. View Park. The only property adjoin- I worked at this 14 years in Mobile
ether Srm in PenaBcola. We meln WANTEfD.-Parties in need of carpen- Makes fowls especlaily well lavorse Ing Bay View Park that is now for Aia. I will satisfy you in price and
what we say. Geo. W. Pryor & So1. ters, please ring up phone No. 776, The cheapest food to te touad. F. & sale. The beautiful view down the quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244
24pt or apply to L Redenback, business Mellen & Co.. Phone 834. loot bayou and down the bay can never be East Gregory St., Pensacola.
WANTD.---4rerbody to know that agent, room 1, old Armory building. FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room obstructed. A. V. Clubs. 30J7 29auglm*
I am prepared to furnish them char stm house and 120 acres of good laud R SALE-Second-hand cash regis- REGULAR MAIL LINE--Good conTyy.
al n any oantty, hand. will always WANTED-Good cook Apply at 43 located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to- tr in perfect condition. Will se.l ance for traveling public. Daily ser.
have a car load on hand. bWilhel East Gregory. 23sept2w gather or separately. Terms reason- cash o' or, time. A roea bargain. Can vice each way. From pey to Bay.
er any amoumi able 4se b ey be rented temper, be seen at Jamfe McHugh's. 22mch head Address J. M. Tuggle, Chlplay,
a on the reet daly. he WANTED.Hotel cook:colored boy t early. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's of- Fla. 24mcb
you ant charcoal listen for the fogi cook in a small hotel, good salary; ce. 3 sept. FOR SLE.-To pair extra fine REAL ESTATE.
orn. Vucovch Coal Yard, Geo. oVuo- ki answer quick, for Chipley Hotel. Chip-I young mules, sound and in gocd REAL 3STATE In all parts of city.
Tvich Prop. 17spet. ley, Fla. 19sept FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- You buy the ground and we will
a n mmodatefor Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4June. build your house on long time par-
WANTD.-We can acco odyoungate persons Vault Fixtures of all descriptions m. ents D. Hale Wilson & Co
few guests at an up-to-date mount are good senographers or book- manufactured by Alpine Safe ani
hotel; cliase delightful sad e good s, e og apheeorons or boo ck Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. GROW GINSENG Large profits. TAILORING--B. L Diamond, Tailor.
tr; moderate rates. Address F. w eepers, that are seeking position ore Communicate with me for prices and Room in your garden. Roots for sale. Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and
te promotion to register with s imme-Write today r literature. Buckig-
Cuneg am. Buena Vista, V. diately. We can secure you good pos- terms before buying elsewhere. Scar. ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, O. epairedonmen hort RLotice. Nsaol. l
tons. We are having more calls tt Moreno, Pensacola, aug3mos.
PLUTOI PLUTO! daily than we can supply. It will co. 28june. DOLLAR AND
Keep your system in good condition you nothing to register with us. Me x FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock or CENTS per head. we will haul ou
and you need not fear any disease. & Munro, Proprietors, The Mobile confectioneries and cigars, located FOR RENT ad bor.... cows, tc. Leave Ordl.
,Pluto, the great stomach healer, for Business Collhge. No. 62-64 N. Royal bar- at t Intendencia. Herra
sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas. St., Mobile, Ala. 15septlm*n nn Palafox street. Can be had at bar- a 1 at t e Herral
gain if purchased at oune. Apply Es. FOR RENT.---Five room cottage with Bros. tb
McHugh. WANTED.-Trustworthy man to maa- cambia Realty Co. 15aug. bath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes, two AILMAKER.
distributing d-1 vR SALE. pae. onl 10 blocks from car line. Apply to H. \. A
WANTED-.To rent or buy improved age branch office and distributingdGibbs, at Forbes storline. A pply to H. W J H. PORTER, sailmaker, 716 8outhl
place, not more than 8 miles north pot for large manufacturer. Salary to pR o ly 10 ces Gibbs, at Forbes store. i Palto s-e Orders taken for
or northwest of Pensacola, wkh 15 to start with, $1500 Crst year, and extra per hundred. Good for wrapping ents, wings camp stools and os
25 acres of land in cultivation. as- commissions and expenses. Applicant paper and to put under matting. A FOR RN.-12 room cse, corner a r
tine Hutto. Holts,Fla. iseptam*must have good references and $1000 clean and nice. Journal office. Hayne and Wright streets. Apply
& H L, -cnracting panersca sh.capital secured. Experience un Do you value your health? Ife goW aS. Garfield. 27aug. pD i
and decorators. Fine varnish; nece ssary. Adde s Manufacturer, sesour pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" Pr ofes onal Directory.
ennshtng. Sign paetrng a spe- 21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich. a ns "Schly. New Orleans Grocery FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block cu- .
end tnlshiig. Sign pau.ting 3sept- a Sriy uitsOGro cery unty har
clnaty. Residence phone 249. 29aug. 3sept Co.. jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 side city limits on c1unt hard
.ANT......- Toe knwthc- road, with six room h0use; wind mi!l; PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
ALN rED.-pou toaknow that yO i t WANTEDa-The pooeof Psao ThlaWe have been with you in Pensaco- water pipes in yard and all through Atto eyatLaw.
buy nice, clean old papers at Lh to cease worrying. LsThe Journal ia since 1874, and still intend to stay I house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.AI
oh Want Ads sove the probetis m for with you and serve you with the best1 M. McClellan, at First National Bank Room 405 Thiesen Building.
o y a a teahg hey are apeet dete lUvo and cang iof groceries at lowest ,nar- Pensacola. 26auglm -
,DO POrV Pawt to buy9 or Iu anhngAt, nd the man yludr ioe 20 for 30f0ket prices. New Orleans Grocery THO PE L,
SW wat e gd Wt bWl a wgaad ee i cluded man the 200 or 3,o Co. Jas. McHugh. Prop. aug20 FOR pnENT-Lorralne House, corner
re he t s toaW Pcen people which m e the population of Hane and Belmont streets. Apply LAW. REAL ESTATE LOANS AND
to s Yty. PFOR SALE.--Completely furnished W. S. Garfield. 12jul COLLECTN$
WANTED.-Agents in different coun. house, corner Gadsd-2n S a. and 7th PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
Au r Blend of Coffee may bek imitated ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe avenue. Beautiful home. Must be FOR RENT.-Resiadence lately oIP
ilut can't be equaled. New Orleans and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Pr on old at once-a bargain. Marion Clut- cupied by Dr. 'W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
rer Co. Ja. McHugh, Prop. Safes and Vault Fixtures of every ter. 20septlw LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cay,* J. P. STOKES,
S Co. J McHugh, Prop description. Write me for terms. 43 S. Palafox street. 7June Attosr, LP dCoN sel525
aug2C Scarritt Moreno. Pensacola, Fla., Flor- FOR SALE-One lot of fine show AttOrcyandCOUSloratLaw
W'AN'TD.-The public to know that ida State Agent. 28June. cases, especially adapted for mil. 108 East Government Street.
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of linery purposes or for drug store, FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, co- General Law Practice.
Yiorida. New Orleans Grocery Co., BA HOTEIL--Open night and dai. also one lot of counters and fine ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
pr.,s. McHugh. Prop. aug20 U pla. d French plate glass mirrors. e L Suitable for boarding house. Apply
Clean. TrmMnt trade ted, oReese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep to Mrs. . Moreno, 216 East Zarra- GEORGE DOUVILLE,
'WANTE.-The Merchants Transfer 579 South Palatfz. Jo S Nicolal gossa. 26maf ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Co wants your moving and baulhng. e m. F"OR BAIJ-At a smordle tri-ture B. Room 500 Thlesen B'Id. Phone 734,
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor stor .stock aud acco Cl at o
sea Pro Phn 97. lWejunslm. store tc ad a n Call aa f money to Loan. -
e Prop. Phone 97. e 18140 2 1 S. Intendencia.Ss W ELSH & SM ITH
We want ereryOdy o know that we LO FOR SALE--One Choice block otop L
are wholesale and retail grocery and of tCe ridge east of the ele~trio Oney-toiuoani DENTISTS.
s,:ill at the old stand. New Orleans inOST.-Thursday afternoon, one im- railway, between 7th and 8th sree Fisher Building, 204 South Palatox
Grocery Co, Jas )&clugh, Prop. i:ation alligator skia pocketbook Nature has favored this section and it MONEY TO LOAN-In large or small Fiher Building, 204/ South Palatox
aug30. containing seven $5.00 bills; also num- cannot be duplIcated. A. V. Clubbs. amounts on real estate, plain or en- Street
bher of visiting cards with owner's dorsed notes. Prompt service. L.S. PHONE 525.
WANTED--Tour electric work of aH name. Liberal reward for return tV PLUTOI PLUTO! Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen building.
kinds. Let us clean your fans, re-erman B. White, freight depot. Keep your system in good condition 16sept. JNO. J. TILLER
pair your dynamo, do your wiring. etc. 29sep:3t. and you need not fear any disease.
-bone 570. Pensacola Electric Co.. Pluto, the great stomach healer, for MONET TO LEhND--On gooa reso a DoentnsL
corner Intendencia and Baylen streets. LO)6T. STRAYED Ot STOLE N--One sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. sate security, or on good collateral. Room 8, Bent Bulng. Phone, 8.
Junelan. I white bull terrier. Return to Jno. McHugh. at lowest rate. Ll I BrooRma
White's store or 417 E. Gregory andta lsrat. L i
WANTED--Haulag and tralasfer receive reward. 24sept.Reun FOR StL CEAPMy te-yMr uh bfldig.HaE
w ork officeehone3. S,,deranrd..4sept. FOR SLEZ CHEAP-MY three-year. WMD, HOWE,

y j ioun sa messenger ervi e
when in a hurry to send messages.

Manufacturers of
and Dealers in



California and Northwest
Chicago. Omaha. S" Icviis and Kansas
City i.s the

Union Pacific

12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST. and connections with through sie-plng
PHONE 1133. cars.
PHONE 1133. j One wav colionis' rates on 'ale from
.ept bt-r l.,h -, Oc'ob,'r l To Cazif'rnia. or.-,-.wi. Washngton,
DIRECTOR : Monaana. 1 i..h. etc
-------- Spol round trip rates to Califor-
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL. nia andl he Low & l ark Expo.i-
There will be a meeting of this tfon a, P.I"lan (.,,n. un.i S.p-
body on the first and third AVednes- temLer 2vlh
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All Ask for throtu. ra',, from your
delegates are requested to be press station and sour, i',rat'r, !n-
ent. Z. W. ROBERTS, formation frP,' ,i',on
W. L. DELAY, President J. F. VAN RKNS~E .AE0R.
Secretary. General Agent.
Secretary. Pachrh'- S'., a:ita. Ga
Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P. 0. W. ELY. T. P. A
meets every Monday evening at 7:31)
o'clock at thelr CastleU Hall, Blount .
Watson bulldiag, corner Palatox and Pe acela,$ St. Andrews and
Garden streets Visiting brethren to
dial, welcome Stamship Co.
J. H. BREWTON, 0. C.
H. BORSLEL. K. of R. & a 8STEAMER TA ft

S Rathbone Lodge No
S0 K. of P., meets every
Tknrsday evening at 3:00
o'Plock In their Castle
haIt, third floor, Blount.
Wtsona building, outith-
weunt corner Palafo:. andt
Garden streets Vulting knights are
cordially weico-aed
E. & CBRUTI, 0. 0
C. J. Levy. K. of R. & .I
Knights of Columbusa.
_Knights of Columbns
SMeetings of the

are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Intendeo
Clac s street on every
Monday evening at
7: 80 o'clock. An I-
vitatlon Is extended
to visiting Knights.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
Pensacola LOcdge Wo. 4 I. 0. 0. P.
Ponsacola Lodge No. 4. I. 0. O. p
meets every Thursday evening at 7:,'
at the new hall on West (iari%.
street Visitings brethren cordia'l-
invited. T. G. STINSON,
B. R WITKOV8K. Secretary.
Naomi Lodge N&. 10, Rebekah 4n
ters cleeta every Monday night ,
I o'clock In L 0. 0. F. Hall. Via
Iting sisters cordially Invited to ,
present. MRS. S. DeTHAYER.
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets flrsa ane
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West Intn
dencia Street.

A. G FILL, Pr..
J. L. SWEENYT. see.

Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0. W
meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rr
Wednesday In each month. Visltini
sovereigns cordially invited.
,ZSAII E. BROOK-.. Clerk.
W. O. W. C., Oak Grave, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
of each mrnth at 3:30 p. m., 3rd floor
Watson building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garden streets. Visiting
Fovere!gns cordially invitd. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen,

W. G. BARROW, Master.

W. G. BARROW, Master.


And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
Carrabelle and Apalachicela.
Leave Pensucola Sundas, 8:30 B.
mI., for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesda). 8:30 p.
n., for St. Andirews,. Millvl,. Apa-
lacnicola, Carrabelle and intramedlata
For additional info-matlon apply t
E. R. COBB, Presideat
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt
Pensacola. Vka.

h AIUD LItu E s 1 1!. -r

L. & N., E. & T. H. and C. & E. L

3.IL L MUAN. 4 .pA.. & LIMON1E. ft.ANI

Georgia, Florida and Alabama Railway uo.
Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Geergla Railroad Co.
Schedule Taking Effect May 6, 1905.


No. 1

No. 3

No. 5


Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.m 7:50a.m ........ ........
Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45a.m 11:35a.m ........ ........
Lv Cuthbert.- ..... .. 7:50a.m 4:05pm ........ ........
Lv Arlington .. ......... 9:10a.m 5: 15pm ........ ........
Lv Bainbridge .. .. ..... .11:00a.m 6:55p.m 6:20a.m ........
Ar Tallahassee .. .........12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05a.m ........
v Tallahassee (S. A. L.. Ry) 1:53pm 4:00a.m ........ ........

phone o0. Acosta a& Wbhite. 22-28N. 1OST--Maltese Angora Kitten near- Florida, No. 68,923. Also some kipersOalprOPrt.o llorpaatLaw a TaIAs ee ... ..... p.m m 8 am
Tarragon_ mck ly grown Reward for return to 811 young pigs. 1 eix-months-old boar, au "Oeay or mouthir. When yua ne .3:14pm 10:a.m 9:29am
PRTI w no want to re- hos, E. LaRua St. 19sept registered and transferred. Carl Set- y, eeme. J. A. Wl 22 W. 401 Theen Building. Lv Sochoppy. 3:45p. 1:45am 10 0a
tems or anything tfor ts_ terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18Jigly G mest street Salisbury buildiam n Lv Lanark... .......... p.m 10:a.m
ma1ttr, win&ad TheJournal Weem'3. des i Lv Carrabelle......... 4:0p.m
Ads a gre, T hbe Bo rda nd Roomse FOR SALE-Beautiful Mock in New ad GIVE YOUR HAULING TO Ar Apalachicola.......... 7:00p.m ....... .......
W I City. Tract No. 212. For cash $600. SO "NYn T4eXND On R ood o ^ o
WANTED--Orers for Te Jourmars; ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court House. MONaT LcuNi o ear a rlSf Northbound ol
special Penacola and Panama Canal, rooms for rent with or without board laug gawe alon & C No. 2 No. 38 No. 8G
Ediuton, which will shortly appear. directly on water front, suitable for FOR SALE-Kill th'. germs of fever-- a20. Thor. Thors:n, Prop. Lv Apalachicola.. .... 6:30a.m . . ......
WLI contain half-tone picture i of eity, light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret- order a barrel of slack lime to-day. L Carrabelle.. .. ..11:30a.m 2:00pm 6 :fOp.m
arbor and special seaes. 15 cents. singer, Fisherrille. Phone 933. Phone 367. 4auglm ONWY LOANT on al kinds of pet HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Lv Lanark.. .. . .. .. 1: .m 2 0p.m 7:4p.m
,ave o-ders at Journal office. .sept. IDOU property on short noeATTENTON GVEN TO Sopco *. ...
FOR SALE.-My residence on East Terms eay. J. W. Bullard, upstairs SPECIAL ATTENTION GPVEN TO Lv Sopcallahassee ........ 1:30p.m 5:0p.m 8:p.n
WANTED--S4ecoSd-4hand Corn, O --- Hill. either including whole block 2 South palafox St., Phon 1144 BAGGAGE DAYOR NIGHT. Ar Tallass A. L. R.).. 9:05a.m 00p.m ........
and ea eed Out l twenty lots 40x137 1-2 eeteach or no PHONE 97 ae(S.A.LRy.).. 3:10p.m 10:00p.m ........
toF abipmeats e Wrte.uV, quarter block of five lots. Apply at 5:25pHONE:95aAir :l~pam
F s Mlle & C 20march WANTEND-Myt patrons to know that my office, Thiesen Building for fur.ti UNIsurrDamos or momey to lo.s P. Cox Lv T /.m : m Ar10
A Il BINGHAM wants your movrmg my school wil! open at the same r particulars. C. W. Hagerman. l person p Lv Bainbrdg .. .... 7:25p.m 1016a.m .
and hauling. He guarantees all break- lace as heretofore, as soon as the yel 24auglm. w ratsntobushm" awe on large Ar Arlington ............ 8:4325p.m 10- 5a m .... Ar
ae Phone -. low fver situation will nrmit. Mis n e Now York Loe Oo, s L Lv Cuthbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.. p. .. .... Ar

Lv Macon, (C. of :a. py.).. :io.ia i.p..m ........ 4:.35a.a
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7:55pm ........ 7:55aa
NOTICE::-Trains No*. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, ffot
of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Bainbridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
cn sale at the offlee of the Callahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will "tp 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
General Manager. Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Tallahassee, Fla.

Pattie Holden. 4sept. me u* M ak w te
___of ehabu nL Homakes ben photo-
F. M. WILLIAMS, 6 W.oth 2 ersaluau-
&%if% Oiss*U U EI

hold Articlte Jewelry and any sale
able Article wanted. We pamy c*a
for it. AddreSs P. 0. Bo 353. City.

specialty Sad your b stea wll
have careful attention. D. ale WiI-
son & Clk

Ofce, Brosnaham buildingL nox J
to Pensaeola Business College
Prompt attention always given I
to business Peuaaeola. Fla. I

FOR S.aiL-10-room hos. co *ra
lot. $ blocks from Palafox. lot 9
192 on car due. For particelaars l-
quire of Standatrd Clothli OC
29 Jan.

luthm's hiS.

401 8, PALAFOX ST.
Watches Chalns, Rings and all kumss
ao eouatoal sarcty at lowest rate of
interest. Barsala sI wanredmed
Madm. '

M. F. GONZAL CO., Propa
Mama aturwar
Boy your meI and sock feed from
thqe ome manufacturer, encouragirng
nome industry, eatribute to boarn
labor, and lave your money to yew

8: 50p
9: 54p..2
10: 26p.m
No. 4
5: 15a.

f ,:35La.r
8: 27a.m
10: 16a.:n

Put Dollars

Into Your Own Pocket,

Not that of your landlord's, for that's
what you do when you pay rent for a
home to live in.

Start Buying a Home To-day.

We can show you how, and can start
you now. Don t delay. A little down
and small payments thereafter puts you
into possession of your own home.

X SpI rates by the month.

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DAlr's Wh forU IL r PSSES


Fa llHat,

Th new bkokF and cor-
rect styles in Fall Hats
way be seen here. the
Shapes being (f the lead-
ing s'yle mak-rs.

Ow Fa Hats

IDunlap. S etson. No-Name
and Younz IBos. '-When
you'reC h;':t:] wI:h one of
thse-. I: know its the:
r:ght st ie.


John White Store
Outfitter to Men and Boys
205,207 S. Palafox.
Phone 225.

Whet Your Appetite

imd then come to
the Old Reliable



Crabs, Western Meat-


Blue Ribbon



A Special Meeting Held Ehen
Measures Governing Ad Valorem
aid License Taxes Went

A special meeting of the city coun-
cil was held at noun yesterday for the
p'.rpose of pas.iag the two ordinances
i trolduced last Wednedady night
t.yor Blis.s presided and the follow
irLM members were present: Aider-
in n Christie. DAlembtere, Hays
.M!aura. McHu:gh, Rciily ai.. Wright.
The- mayer stated the object of the
u.(,: ing and (;1n motion t!e counc.1 pro-
C' (',I, td to ta -.'e actl on 'o : ordinance \
r( a'!ing to ad valortm :ixrs. Aiftr
rtaadim; the c-tt. atorn,., opinion in
"a'rd to the legality o 'the said ordi-
i;.'ac"' it was put aid passed without
a n..- ni N : \ t: .
T'ii.- u.; , d..-lO-ked w;:h ;h ordli
lia .,'>- r, iat .I- to i 'Oe.'h- taxt.' \ ts
t' kr,'i uip iani a;ter liei,.i rea l for the
l'iid iU< wi- also pase:l unanimous-
I.lth orli'ir :'e( w rtr( a.provwd and
s-.:n:il by ti', mayor and clerk .ester-
,.Z., and are t)puLiished e'sewherc :i
tilday's Journal.
Ii was again d-(idd lto posipor.c
action in tht tj-c'i<;u ot a Bonud Trs-
t-% Io succeed F. C. I :"r n. who ten-
dit red his resig-nati.n lost VWettnesday
night. The two ti.ht: Il,:)id trustees
iwho are required to furnish bo i in
the amount of $1).000.0io each. have
not yet qualified, buit hey may Mie
their respective txbnds with the city
clerk for approval oft he council at its
next m meeting
A special meeting in th. near future
vas spoken ot in tl:e meeting but no
definite date was set for it.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aids
Medicines that aid nature are ia!
ways most -ffectual. Chamberlain's
Cough Remed, arts on this plan. 1:
SallayL the cou:gh, relI!ees the l:ing',.
aids expectoration. optns the se,'re
tons and ai is natu-e in re-torinui 'h,
system to a healthy condition. Soldl
b\ all druggisis.
We take Ms mnchhI of thankin"
those who an-'s ed us during !t-' iii-
n< ss of our son. Jack Daniel. We par-
;tcu'arly de-:',,' to Dhank lr. Pie:p n '.
'.l:ss E he; IW.hr, nurs.: ith' railroaai
l!' ys. and th,.e m:'any tr!,.n. and t-iglh-
tx'r- whoe'-c .mpa;. an aid \ve:-,e x-
t( nde. to us a tI '-: t -,: .

has no equaL TURPENIINE
Sold everywhere. IS ON A

S. A. Friedman

Wholesale Distributcr.

LAer in Importel
and Lquors."

PHONE 173.




- Drives

SAway I

Mosquitoes. -

,Smoke and Be

Protected. |




Lewis Bear

_V ON *
5 ::
Agnts3 g

MIII-TT~ E T" 11} : : '.



The Savannah News of Thursday
says The .:; '-i: oit iuripentine mar-
ke: broke throw i.Liuh ti6 ti5v cent mark:
yesterdayy going 14 of a cent above tha;
mitark only ti. sell off again in the ltee
trading. though the under'.*ne coiitiu-
ue- very firm and light sates w-'re re-
ported in the la:e trading at the mar-
ket price. The market opened firm
a; 64; cents, with sales ct 577 casks.
and closed firm at GC5' cents. with a i-
d:it.na, sales of 1075. A':er the clX.-ee
fair sapls .were made, a;t >, cents, but
f,-c'.rs wert, no una.i!monus in their
i\.ws ~~f iiih l;rebai( c.urs? of the
i.iaihk : .or -,.ne refase.i bids at 65,1
cents. One small i' t was so;d at the
Market pnri.e of 65i' cents. The re-
c>'leit. were ;' tS fatks. and the ship-
ni'nis ii-on The N':w York m irket
v a. repot), ; I lirni at 61S cenis. an I Lon-
don rp|irteI an advance o 4--4o-.
Tht r.0-:n marke- opened firm at
pric.-s below, with sal-zs- of 2.1S1 liar
rt'- .'nd closed firm and ulnihanige(i
\\'ihoiut additional sales-. In h1 i late
t'a lii;g a,1 offerings were ti;.ken y ex-
ipr:t is at an advance ot .7* cin:s on
I'. C. B. The receipts were 'oat 777
barrels .an the shipm,-nts '._%2. The
New York m:;rketr 1 as quoted firin at
i.: advance ;4t $2.80.
Th, very ilili: r .ceipts in both spir-
i'- aind ro-in is belt vei to be due in
part to the rush ol c'ot;tn to the mar-
ket causing a dilay in the handling ot
cars on many of the railroads that are
:'. (hi'f carr:ers of nava: stores.
:' .: a--<.. St '. :. A death
v.. ,'! '. L 'n .su' roni ' \-
t '; .\ ot' 3, t, i S rc:t;. ii H i, -'
,li k-o'" CoutA.'. for .'' exe.';'i,)' i
1* pto
ff V.. ;i '. W .:"
.. \Vc:. a \; F a- ova .; e .-
k I* c ) o 1 4 va; A t. ' : -'
S: .
[ ., >a'.; : .>":, : :-. ; .' dea& h w .,r-

A Remedy Without a Peer.
fin.- C '..' rlIa: :. S',mach ar. t
T .\ Tab'ol. n ', nOt ,'licial than
.. r re:"- dy I ever : d f',- s',Im-
S- as J. P Khlae. of E'!i-
S? For :ir.y -i;sord, r of the stioi-
S, :s" '.-s .. ar,- i:Lo.u a pter. Fo: sale
i. hru .sv s.
Mrs. Ed Rewe,. D' -..akinc, 'l.',
S:;. "d from 4 t E C1 ae S;. to 117
E:. lmtendencia St. 2Sseptlm* i

FIXED BY THE Collars and Cuffs EthSh'Tr" t
0 British Steamship "Tri l _nt." Innes.
Master,. 2036. for L-n lon. with 11_'0
Thousand superficial tiet sawn timer.
Nis first-class. No rough i1320 thousa.id superficial feet lumber.
edges- no breaking. W.> 134 tons coal.
have every modern con- 154 tons coal.
I U Utrivance for turning out V-
the best laundry work VESSELS IN 17ORT.
possible. StUemslpn.
August Belmont, Br s, Barnes, 2967
Tax Rate Levy is Fixed at Ten The Star Steam o to GulfTransi Co.
Dulce,e Br ss, Harrison, 12S5, Fart)
Mills and License Taxes Laundtryo J. A. rrit Co.
Laundry.Ernesto, Span ss, Omnacehea, 1691,
Are Rvised1 Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co.
7 Garden St. Phone 114. Harold, Nor ss. 1435, Aus. London.
SPenacola, Fin. Hesleyside, Br. ss, Bedliugtou, L. S4.
Following are three ordinances, St. Vincent.
two of which were passed by the Ida, Span ss, Aranao, Liverpool to
- council at its special meeting yester- _Gulf Transit Co.
day. These two pertain to the city Br. ss Mariner. Capt. Bubb, from
* 'eenues an,1 the other provides for iGoldstucker Brosm e' ew Orleans.
. cales on ice wagons. *B Niceto. Span ss, Bervtigui, 1S22,
The ordinalt'e fixing the tax rat W HACK EXCHANGEool.
* :(vy provides for a total levy of ten! HA R plingham: Br ss, H(worth, 1649,
-. ills on property whicii has fire pro-! .and gentle horses. Phone 814. Tierelffe to I-r. .J. Schreyor.
Cectlon, th> total rate o'i city property! All first-class rubber-tired vehicles Saha. BI as. Holliday. lt,0s, Trinwtad
which <1o not have fire protection to Pensaco'a Ltiumher Co.
Sbeihnz 6:1; miI. ,Simonslde. Pr ss, ltob~on, 195S,
Ti orlinancos follow: 1 Mm Swn'lerland to 7. A Merritt & Co.
TAX RATE LEVY ORDINANCE otRL Kaiser Ger ship Martn 11S0, Bre-
An Ordinance to provide for the le MmCillan Beos. CO. ien n0 Master.
if Ad Valorti iiTaxes for Year 190.I M "ian ur s 0 B1
Ile it ordained iy tba,- Mayor a nd Manufacturers, Dharwar. Swil ,.. 1271. Olssen.
C',,uncil ,,i the City f Pensacola: MOBILE, ArIABAMA. Ant,,-;,. rB I''i,. l':i l.,,-:' Co.
S ,t fion 1. That tlere s.all )-. Garil:aldi, Ital .;,, Ageno, 1348,
anoi arte hereby, levied upon all the -- Glou.i mt.r to orde.'.
-r.al and personal property within ti,3' A r K E TS Huasou, Nor bk, Kwid.-en, 771, Loa-
,crloroai iiiL.- m the City of Pe-, on to order.
-act)a. Fla.. not exempt from taxa- Ko-p)i(s, Nor bk. Isaksen, 1227
i ion1 )v the Con'iitiu;t .i of Florid -i I.iLo.hlon.
thi following ad va'orem taxes for Naval Stores Mark .anta I.ar a. Port Uk. Carreia,
li .>tar 1905. Sa-annah, Ga.. Sept. 29.-The naval ', ''. O rto j i HI. ;ars & Co.
Fir.t: A tax of three (3) mills for' s r na t S oe. Nor k. 01en, 941 P
stores narii't cisod to-day us fol- ,
T:H- purpose of provldiig a fund for Iows: 1 1ruind to A. Z-: TL.o.
:!e u.e of the City for General Pur- :WW .......................5 f0 Wcri.r. N)r bh Tunnerson. 840,
;>o) f G.. .. .. .. ............... 0 otterdanm.
S(rond: A tax of one (1) mill for' ..... .................... 4 85 Barkentines.
Pli, N rnog-,A. A .. 4 8

1 ll1 tX.IIJK V S.
Th ird: A tax of one and on
quarter (1 ') mills for Streets
Parks and Public Works.
Fourtb: A tax one one and on'
half '1 1..) nr!!s for the payment o
the, interest. and providing a sinking
fuind for the payment of the principal
of the Bonded indebtedness of th<
Filfth: A special tax of three awl
ilone quarter (3 'i ) mills on all prop
(rty (excont real estate sitauted mor'
,har two ahliiusand (2000) feet fromn
the nearest fire hydra..t) for protec
tioi from fire.
See. 2. That all Ordinances an(
parts of Ordii'.ances in conflict here
, i;h. 1,e and the sanm' i-re hereby re
pen led.
Ste. 3. T; ar this Or:dinance sbal
take effect immrelia:ely upon its pas
;.ra and approv:!l.
Passed Sept. 29. 1fO5.
Approved Sep-. 29. 1i0>.
Atr -: C('HAS. II. BLISS.
C. E MERRITT. .Mayor
C. rk.
In Lrinse

An r( inancei \. .. Il ,t i to ceW -
Ta xe,-.
lIo UOrdaino I ly ;tie dMayor and
Council of ii, ('itr. of 1' n.sacola:
S ec mn 1. That S)ct:,)n 390 of
!'( Code of Or>.:,auc- of 1902. a,
.' .ded by ,n oriln*nce approve'
e: ieonber 29th. 1;404, be and tlhe
.-aiw. is h'-rehby amended so as to read
as follows:
S( (. ion 3SO. Circuses shall pay a
iicuse tax of Two I1'indred (200)

Agents Wanted
for Alabama and Florida for
the Randy Fruit and Vege-
table SHcer,-the greatest
seller on the market. Sample
outfit for 35 cents prepaid.
Joseph Durham,
211 L Wright St.,
Pmnsacola, Florida.
.., ...- ? -,

- -'-~

Men Who .Are in Good Health To-day
may be in the icy clasp of dearli nxt wek \\'l .,
yet you can get. life ayturane ',)u ':, : o
it. Take a policy i TIE EQUTTABLE-.

Delays Are Dangerous!

Fire. Life.

Knowles Bros.

Gen'l Agts


The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate, an I MhIter
atuerest rate th?.n any company doing business in Flr.Jda.
Sabshould be eezy for you to decide the rest.

8. S. Williams, General Agent.

-0. M.r"00co.A 0t

SIron Works and Supply Co. w
? Manufacturers and Repairers of
,y Prompt attention i.ven to all order.. .y ,': : 'ir. Agents ::
for James 3cKay & Co.'s ceebra'te Lug a I T..:,.--. Do, Iaio .;
Chairs of a11 descriptions. D
Office Phone 123. PHIl. WITTMAN, Mgr. i:
Residence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. ..

60.6.6 0: :

. ...... . .. .. .........4 0 Alfa. Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen.,
e K .. .... .... ...................4 70 C.ara, razil.
S.. .... ........ .... .. .. IS NOT ALW AYS A SIN
H ............................4 60 6c ooners.URIOSITY NOT ALW A A SIN
G 4......................... 55 Drs, Am sch. Wilkie. 310 atvanar
F ......H.................... 4 0 Eina. 1 h, Hetbory, 211I Ha-
S "......................... 4 :0 vana. It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying your
D.. .. .. .. .................3 5 HIjalmar. Am sch. Ax-'sn. 5. Key
e W...... ....................3 50 W 't t. ii uf r,:.,,tt o. Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
SSpirits Turlentine 66 cents. Noas. Rus Fch, Slieel..e, 333, Gloa-
ce-te. to Mai-tr. We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.
SCured of Lame Bck After 15 ears THREE JURORS CURED We can save you money on everything.
n ,of Suffering
"I had been Troubled with lame back Of Cho'era Morbjs with One Small
for fifteen yeai's and I foipd a c.:n- Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, ur M l o mp
d plete recovery iin the use of Chaii- Cholera ard Diar.'thoza Rem- Saunders I ll C om pany
be:alin's PaL;, lai:n," says John G. edy.
Bisher.w Gi!tah... i n 1This liniment b .'" of H ..,r Offices 29 East Garden Street, Phone 717.
also without an ,., ;hal for sp.ains and A", r.a, 'x.:: h ;ai t\ T s a
Bruises. It is fir sale by all dru ag-, ,, t*vii, o:, a ,)it j',i:yl. iF a actor: North Palafox Street. Phone 1130.
bgists. t i r cs 'e b l d i' .wai;i-! Ti'alr.. C (,0o:t. / i
( -- (' ( -r:. ot. A !,! ban1 4*4> *$0 04 00 -O.* .. .:. ?.:.
,P liars r an I. ays: "\V .i.e ,*r, I a', <. -r.
with a 'rc ;'.. pa' .l 1fic nse ,ix 1,'- n :;
1of T: a10 I) *.- p il a .l ... aon n *** *********************

Pta i an ;I 'rend -Ai *ivit :. pa o n toi! of B cioIiea an.I Pit s H ard to K eep a

'Theatrnt, "-t- Ope ,ra li* .-. :S. ; a )'a' t 't .' 1 < 0
pait 1 ar r 1'ynse tx of U i -undr 'o r, a-t
.10 o, op ,;er : :: Clean K kitchen

roos. adon i... I jove everything in the hioi l .! ... .... ,I
I: any place w I rli or handled, -:il ad ti ias. or pla es. 1 use a Gas Range.
wlere dances, .cces or ente r:ai .nm: o all u s ;"it s. Fi

liquor is sold, drunk or n handled 'I CLOSING NOTICE ka- d .t a me i
necte,. e either renlon or ti ni ngai Advl :mentS

orsame is ohereby amended ,o as to read a oIu. a quire Street Car Companie and prisonmen nt xc- sixty day.
plas follows: aces of n tai :. thers Operating Street Cars along Section 6. That no in nhi or

knS etion 405. Each veterinary s rhall pa' ,t aUt of n OIE the Streets of the City of Penacolanae shall e consrud t prevent
geon shall pay a licnie Hundrtax of F furnish Separate Cars or ii- the running o extra or ia ar
(5 Dollars per annu'n. Each On Oig to the sar collections sins in Cars, or other Provisions for the excl acco a n of

p a h shall pay a lSticense tax405 of T. nce of Mr. Walker for the Sparation Of White and Col s e: er white or colored pasners, i
Co(1) Dollars per f Ordinancnum raham frostrhe l:yl i is nc stariy ored Passengers: regulars cahs for the ar arln elati)o
mSec. 3. That tn ordinance apshlroi ltl 5:3i' b sin.. on a ash bo i. AN ORDINANCE roveh white and Sec.ptember 29th, 1904. be antd fled that mlany to st he left at hor at e cT b Ceuncil of the City of Re.-inancot and ren aI (ich in-rvals of
with be and the same e hereby re- be brought back to a ry office. Section 1. T t all prompanies, copa-riuird b r f the ity.

peaked. f SToo 0 EAatNtrRY, rf:s or corporations operatCnr s-oeen Section b. That: :'ttioni. in this ori,
Passed Sept. 29. licns. t fsepa lAU R y H. J. T Mackey. Approved Set. 29. i0. o shi! furnish separate Cars, or Divi- t nurse niae .nf extra o r inal m ar
h p lsthewal ofr. Sg -ionS in Cars, or other Provisions or the excti- aconiarn of
pAttes h: a CHAs H. o 1LIS9 af'r tt he.S pat.o1-o .of'i - ton- ofo r white and#p tr colored passsen-d ol. e f ,rhe r rIf
IClerk. ,draam TERSELY TOLD i is n, provions shall subssengers: t the pern p arts of orrn, t ,, acr'm iat)n
Sec. 3. That thns ordinance shall plat:o' tilt' liiisire- on a .itoh basfO.EotI(o h,1h,-s an ,,pashengby
take effect October h s. 19li5 1,Mont-ll customer's a'', hboreby n i" 1'b ie ordained hy the Mayor and! not hoth iend-,rd pasornk
ec. 4. That all ordaces a fled that BUSINESS LOCAS. offi C to a the City of Pen- ar. rte and t; .:i :r" hrey rh

SiepICE SCALES ORDINANCE. t .i-lars or imprionn-nt f adr sixr-peae.

-r, f .o j'ithi s dA.i | Section Th.T : ,'inanc sha:l
pA n Ordinance Regulating the Penflit hr- eto pay at eelivr: man.r package a t n f is n ,Tir may iaft.-r pabe

with gbe and thale osa Ice an te he treby e Hndrix & Carpenter wibught bak t andry office. Sch crion Thpot all perasos, a street squie and by appriial f the it.
ofPassed Sept. 2 Penaoa15. estimates on buin and p aintin car ln ine theCitong or of upPensacola strenanc Passed Ai c tr t, apple
Approved Set. 29. and give p oal aein t wrk.. r CithT of separateaco shall make pro fased ove'r t.1ay or' .:tn, Slpr 27,
Section 1. That all sons fMayr. Strong, and 82 st Laua vision failure o opl with ts and regulations for the 190o r a

i and corporation c who small entax e in treosr u separation of white pasWhiters from Al wht oro:
the business of r perddlinn or of selling colored passengers by separate cars uc E. MERRITT.
the C of Pensacolaerk. shall provide retail ship han r and groc pro ns shall sb the persissi parts of ,irTt ,oi r tl.
eah vehicle owned, or controlUSES LCd by only ft ho of th knd o such line. At failure or refusal by with be a NOi CE. h r-

Anthem Ordinan which ice Rshuallin the peddled. o ensacola. Fair "e to all arv such tr car company or ohr Pna 1 .

aforesaid, with suitable scales, te-ed why use ivor.ior paner, when you or regulations, shall be punished by rarrn.r-h), ***.* o m ;-, L ,
and approved by the Ciy Inspector can buy Kelso Bon, F'nch Dimity, Sction no2. Th to exceed ffty dollar take ff l fif:'. I -a: a: era
o Weights and Meaues, and shall Kara Linen, or Craneer Bond at C. V.ach ore, eahon doperaiguch failu stre at oin' a.- ; r Fur-

ofweigh or cause of Pen.a weighed, on'estimates on bul'sdin 30 S. Palafox. hinting ar efusal shall on titute ate separate r.of it rPa e, A i '::. 1921.
said scales al ice sod tndand give p ol ttetio to ork. Cit oens f Pnsacola shal make pro- a-st r May.r' P:-, n.to, S
from said vehicle tt presence o Low rateg andt Southern Hotel forat Laua on 3. That conductor regulates or there 1 is r r i: ., E.

anthd purchaser thereof. or in thgage pro rooms and board mparatoes in of wchargite paof such chargers fromshall Ba .es rt n r rm a
the business of agent orvant of seig ainor passengers to their parespecive s C. his inTT. n to Jno
and delivering ice on the streets tofp .McKinzie Oerting & Co., wholesale oSr iix,'d. diiv!.lons or movable screensc. r T .
purchaser City of Pensacola. shaker. age a NICE FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS car other division provided by said the car- Al ar ad r
or ervant hall reuedt r desired by the ON THE HALF SHELL AT NICK an or persons under th such lines. A faire or refusal b No E.l all ccon
same to be in so weighed. d APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY si nshof tree car company or other n irr. ti :. paid b c ha

Sec. 2. That any perSon, firm or DAY. Section 4. That any passenger w'.-' ;.k n CLICK
corporation ning controlling, or in n fly occupying any car or division of; P E eAYlEAS
i charge of any vehicle *in which icat cni -r li Cv other Than that so which he hasp ; C' GAY 2
shall Ie peddled or conveyed for sal9e3 order. Stn ia kmend as afoaresaido shall fohe1 to1 (.' t
afor delivery, withas aforesii ae. wo s, ell ec. ue. That thior pa er when al or relations, shall bne punt toished by parr
fail to approvided by the C ity Inspector can buy Keso Bon. Inch Dimait a fine n v to exceed fifty or dollars for imprionmen TO THE TRADE

scales as herein providela, or Wpoid approval. raor o .xceed thirty days. Conductors
ofshall r ese or a esl to w andic shall Kara Linen, or That e's Bond at C. V. oh ffnhe, each day of such failure On aoin .- hA:a. "arant.ne, we wir-

froand delivered from sl vehicle nce parts of ordinances in conflict h or S divisions of cars co may or other ora, un'i '. -'lh a ranc .
this required purchase the foreof, or ing sectihe pr, with be and the same are hereby t herefrom any passenger who wcars shail uly h r':a unil irm a
purchaserll upon cnvtion tpurhasereof n NICE FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS cr o r division erprovie by sai orn- (v All a ma all an
or servant shall request r desire the y ON THE HALf SHELL AT NICK nanou s or persons under the provi-ihhab l b, pal I :, u .;ti'ir, all account a

charge ourt be punve he i b a fine Passod Sent. 27. than that to hat which he has been Na gra m from Moo. Aa.
notshall e peddled or conveyed fo50 or Approved Sept. 2n ned as aforesaid, shall ne. Sa. w forward pro .
for delivery, as aforesoint wno shel w Ser. 3. Thatt: AS. II. BLISyS. HoSecltfn 5. condu a fine not or t otherxcee u ;r .

shall refuse or fall to ih ite sipri, Sec. 4. That al ordinances a r hmpl pin charge os n charge of such On ac f q .arantine, we wi
is required by the feorervoing secti, ith be and the sae are hereby r- tererm any penassenger who wifuly hosl,, in P nia until same Is -.
shall upon conviction thereof in h- N pealed. ,,ccupis any car or division -.,hern yokeA. lei iii make all o.l ani
Police Court be puniz hed. by a fne- PassL'Sd Sept. 27. AR TV5. han that to wh.ch he has been as- grai shapmnn frot Mobti,;, A'a.
by imprisonment not e.olfirmg thioryD Attest: CHAS. YI. B.SS. Section 5. If any condu'tsr or other us .. r byede's forwih 1, aa b y,'he
days, or by both such fine and impgio-1 C. E. MuRRITT, Mayor. employee having charge of any suci n ,R OIL CO..
ohart ia the decr 'lwhiof th e Re-I Clerk,. car shall pnthat white and colored 14septim. J. F. Dari. n -g!.

.-mmumpo n.

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Did It Ever

Occur to You

prosperity com-

that an air of
mands respect?

You know there is a very fit-
ting expression that "you can
get more with your diamondson
than you can get on your dia-
monds," and it's a fact.

Your Appearance

is Your Introduction.
A well-groomed man not only
commana.s respect, but demands
it. and it doesn't lequira such
an awful outlay to give a good
front; it's care in buying.
Don't go to Mr. Credit Store
ar;d pay one-h:rdk more for the
same quality. Come in and sea
our line of

Phone 297
Cor. Main and Palafox St&.



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