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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1905.


PRICE, 5 CENTS


ENORMOUS SALARIES PAID l0 CAIi, MEAT PACKERSPLEAD NOT SLI


INSURANCE CO'S OFFICERS NEW ORANSILTY O CONSPIRACY

Seventeen Men and Five Corporations En-

25 Miners Are Entombed mtesidePe part oatty Cou- ter Pleas to Charge of Conspiracy to FeverReporor ester
ILELLUPmLEIS All25 I, |Ar t," toN Cinmftip ily Monopolize Meat Business, Only 16 New Case
Alinv in Colorado Coal Mime fre f.m FM
SBy Associated Press. "Defendants unlawfully did engage
sei I IUIIh I Be, were destroyed nd thi.ty-.v M Chicago, Oct. 6.-Pleas of not guilty in a conspiracy in restraint of trade
o O Loseen were i esth oye d m nea thetime. o IM on one count were entered this after- and commerce among several states
PllflO eblo o., Oct. -Dective en were n the mine a e NEGROES WATH noon by seventeen men and five cor- of the United States against the PATIES B E
electric eeat ted a destruc- of them were rescued. The air com- portions which had been indicted on ann dignity of the United States and
tive fire at I amot Coil ine, near press was not damaged by fire and !t the charge of conspiracy to monopo- contrary to the form of statute of same
FPiore ce, Co., about nome today. All is believed that tfe 25 entombed mnen lze the meat business such case made ansa' provided."
of the buildigI, ineludlag the shaft can be rescued. The demurrers are general and By pleading not guilty to the first
TORV1u is e Luti Tl charge ambiguity, vagueness, uncer-count of the ndtment the packer T e a
talnty, and indefiniteness against seven virtually admit, according to the gov-
A Rl ADVIS of the counts. Allegations are made ernment officials, that at least one of OHii.
That doubtful charges are contain' the counts is 4n good form and sub-
i TO TT U rERE RESIDENTS HAVE FOL. in two of the counts. The count to stance. The entire matter will be
T j l LTt A F I e t u d which the plea of not guiltywas enter-taken p M Judge BRITISH VICE CONSUL
h --- -* of -- of TO SELL COLOWED PRECAUTIONS AND ed contains the following allegations: J. Otis Humphreys.
T* BONOR IS ONE O VE
VICE PREB W r S OUT GOT. T P A HAVE SCREENED "itIR HOMES
THEY HAVE 1TAD -tACTICAL pn l flT 1 REPUBLICANS FOR IENT
WCEL^Y IAOOMf" RECEIVED TON A.iOoIATION SAYS PRCE IMMUNITY F'ROM T VE I U TARI RSION OVN
Y INSURANCE MAGNATES WILL 0 No IGER. TA ff EV
MAO PUBLIC FOR THE FIRST By AsocatdT
TIME DISCLOSURES WERE By A-As -Ld PMeU. IlP Ai ONLY ONE VOICE RAISED IN OP- -iMM .
STARTLING IN THE EXTREMETe.l 'Obt" t New Orleans, Oct. 6.-Fol-. M POSITION AT MA8ACHU- Following is the offi
TARTLIN IN TOE Ao te OaUthern O in lowing is the ofcial r rt to F i ETT STATE CONV mar of the llow fev
----- 6 p. m: % to n utETT8I a nTATE CONVightN. i up t l nh
te the farme ftadVisinl thm to sell New cases today, 2i,.otal to TION. New cases............
A ted P their crop. The ettero pecd Will teo date, 3.147. 4 Total cases to dlate...
New York Oct. .-Cliaag a week, rse critim as the o0rn of the eaths today, 4; total to F Iaths yeterda. ...
evrday dayof which has produced a '.asocation, supported y the rmers i New loci, 8. S Aodted Totaldeasths to late..t
esit re h o.union, advis the tarpers to old Case, under treatment, 2V, C Boston, O cta 6.--With only one voice C Cases under treatment
the specialegislative om.miee Otheir o cotton i eleen ceats a pound. By Asociated Preas. Cases discharged, ~a~ raised in opposition the republicans
tieisroe... -otto tos eleves 4 Dttch Fuel Mot w,.,,,da, t^ ,--
tetigatm i aw the ed today .Col_. Petrs mow that aottoo will not Washington, Oct. 6.-It has been dPI tN of Massachusetts In stati convention
Insurance companies;&Mourned. go any higherand Ire predictsaaabiguetntei determined that the manInaconvention
uatil Tuesday tof next week. go y itely determined a e man today, declared for a revision of the
whle other weeks ol the bearing t -d lpmeat of the Isthism canal will remain Precautions Secare fmmlty. tariff. Curtis Guild, Jr., of Boston ws The official report from
have bad sensations, no previors o der secretary of War Taft. Te New Orleans. Oct. native nominated for governor board of health office lat
as the one co ad ude owith d.. ARK AS MARIEcS matter was discussed after a cabinet ly little chz-ne charadteriM the yel. that there were 16 new (
eo meting today were the conclsio low fever siuaton ew Orleans Byated Pre JACKSOILLdeaths from fever est
la tao's tesdnomv, tbe sensational w CONM UL r as reached. today, both the new t and the Chicago, A. 6.-Nine officers of the new cases reported vesterd
de1epinea e' when Mr. Hughes I Seirdary Taft will go to Panama i the triweek ig the liWaver f o retail coam l 'alers asmciation of 11- STRIKE w C
-- -- -ecretar-y" T a ftw ill goto"a"ama t-e"Pas--'- PRINT R STRIKE -r,.,,,P....
sa pay ro- at the exec.... .Novemberto -teta ------I. n- linois sand sconsin who weae fned
ve sars Wf the Mumal um November to nvetiate the situation once appared o s one huand dollars each on charges Joseph Fulcher, corner
g p m d bowe the3 FUQIO, O-- IM !CRE!ENED there where he will go over it in .d- and tey have the e '~I aamleat of conspire ydwy oto raise ethe prices of l and 4th street.
-lries f these emieia. teee IST.. A rmY fAr "TsROUe i b tail sad return to Washlngton about or tim.e gt -will be obl pyed to y tneir liBes, ac- THEY COMMENCE FIGHT FOR THE J. B. Watson. 604 E. Wr
Ar ~h year 19W Presidemt McCAr the Ame congress convenes. It, of c ordIng to 'a decision of the appellate Three Olsen children,
y MMNWIs _$o.ys.os. tw otev l ITHAT WATG. sof -t week the sec r t it e. A ElOHT HOUR DAY SCALE. Olivia.
Wlt s W a ..W t. y Go H.- G. Treen, 610 E. Be
d e n 1 SW .*.l t a p the .fbjedt tfS tln urtheaiec.14k E Isa ac Henderson, S.t. Ant
& hnta oer U ***0rO B L ENhe'1kdecide as to Mea racomdade ally t i ce L- p.
sansaer, who tis year will Dr. -. T. FPot" is is l t o a should be mede to congr~sM respecting have taken the eh ISUE COTTON BULLETIN The Jacksnvle. Bth, 1 E. elm
receive $3,W.00, and hetrearer letter tm J. R. lyan, president of the ssue o bonds which hvq bea were rcfor the pb! In accodae wh the rolt of M. M. Gbson. St
.peMg.w 'the state board' of health of Arkaas provided for by Congs,, retar safety and ha teby rde By Associated Pre. the International Typographical Union hospital.
Robe t McCurdy said 'e never knew which has aorded some amue Taft will give every feature of the them ve pratify tore ga Washington, Oct. 6.-Announcement at St. Louh in 1904 and reaffirmed at Mrs. Kate Pavich, 421
Sso er Mo fhi eruntil tod m t o canal, administration his careful per- theattacks t m tes.. M wa made today by Wi Moore th e Toronto convention this year, th t Kate R avira, E
whe an ther ka readh" n t y health sonal attention. hom es have been screened alm ost aa dhif of thea weather b re that atM n e Ri rs, Eaa the Torontoe
ttee ,rdoI. He thoughtin, however o-o here. The letter Inflans the perfectly as the emerge hospital noon on each Tuesday of the current union printers in all job offices are d- Mrs. W C. harpe, 628
there aboek, be so limlt t. the *I. doctor of the fact that oranges from flEW WORLD'6 RECORD During his visit here the negr po toonth the weather bureau would make manding the eight-hour day, to go !nto nent.
Srtes of saci positions, because they non-infected districts in Florlds, ay! MADE AT BiU MONT PARK ulation del"e a small Portion of the a bulletin devotedd particularly to cot. effect on the let of next January. W. C. Sharpe. 628 E. Gov
should be tI accordance with the ac- pass through Arsss, p ded they; president's time And some arraaw ton. The printers thus employee have Percy Sharpe. 628 E. Go
ulatios o the company. are in screened ars. he reat con-By ments along that line w!ll possibly be been engage for the past few weeks Mrs. L. N. Amos. 400 Ha
Wthen apked if it was o- any bet cesionoh vastrsh t nd o tai Belmont Park, Oct. 6.-Iobea, car- _imade. Votes fer a*ter Works System. in an endeavor to secure employers to Frederick Bonar. to the policy holders ncrese he peoe thatsev ryng 147 pounds, created a new The M l summary Wesson, Miss., Oct. .-The vote in sgn the agreement, and when met sul). Baylen and Gregory.
Th,.epe-- of president Mr. McCtt e evident- ryrng 17oudscrewThe hIaIppi ummr. tecitelection tqdy for the Issue with refual a strike hs resulted.
ai tar the predent Mtees had ly very nervous, ad apprehensli, and world's reord Jackson, Miss., Oct. 6.-Following th ity e ecton t wokor the Isute In consequence of the reusa of the The Deaths
considered that when they .. ..ncress the doctors ede.tly. l .clinl to the circular track here today, covering th obond for wat works resulted In a H. & W. B.
h pres tt I hen tshey. exploded idea that the l ay distance in 1:113-5. (Continued on Third' Page.) large majority for the bond issue. Hall to agree to te emand fifteen John Kelly Norwegan
transmitted by trelgat. 'ite letter is printers in this city are on a strike. mas.
as follows: The other offices all signed tap, ex- Tony Corifiati. 300 E. Ro
|Arkna Om o eeLL cept A. M. Williams, who has not been The two deaths are rhe s
14 MEN KILLED t Rock Ark., Oct 1 recognized by organized labor for some were reported in yesterday
At SLATE QUARRY .- t .- t er, It i Msaid that shortly the trike will ng the n:, too late for
SState Health Oler, affect the pressmen employed at cffcial report. There were
Pensacola,. \ l Drew's ana' Hall's. The jobs set un outside of these two up to
Dear Sir:--ia answer to yoer favor by the strikers before they went out last night.
AMUNO THEM .WAS THE PRESI- of September 28, wish to advise that will be printed, but they will do no
Safterrom ress work on any job performed by Vice Conl Bona
ONT OF THE COMPANY non-infected districts will be pearmit- f non-nton labor. Frederick Bonar, the
WMICH OWNED THE ted to pass through Arka s in as Theie are in Jacksonville seventy. Consul, is among the new
W ICH OWNED T screened cars.This cocesslon Is sub- eight union printers, and a large num. his condition is said to be
PLACE. Ject to change on shoot nouce. .... -her of these are emp'ayed on The Me- ous. Mr. Bonar is said to
Yours very truly, - tropolis and Times-Union, which are on the streets two or three
3. P. RIITNYANf not affected by the strike, as these pa- a high fever before he cou
oite r. President Rate Board of Arkansas. l~H Irs long since adopted the eigl'hour suaded to go to be'. He
By Associated P d a B o rs. a AL Fk I plan' every attention and may re<


Troy, N. Y.. Oc: t< -F)urteen men MURDERER WAS DREIEOW
,re killed by a ( -,n a t 'he Vr- IN WOMAN'S CLOTHES
nImot slate quarry near (.ranville, N. ____
Y.. todae. Amng tne dead is th' Greenwood, Miss.. Oct. 6.-Jesse'
pTc.datent of the company. J B. Wil- Randall, a negro desperado, who shot
liaai. The others were Hungariaw an killed E. H. Roland and Hugh
laborers. i Roland near Minter City, In this
!county. about a week ago, surrend-
RS. J T POL[ 'ereFd this morning to the Town Mar-
MRS. J. T. MAPOL shal of Tchula. twenty4ve miles south
of Greenwood. He was carried to
DIES AT MILLIGAN ,.-xiton and lodged in jail.
IIGeneral S. IL Keesler, of this city,
accompanied by an escort of six
picked men from the Greenwood Mill-
WIFE OF FORMER PENSACGOIAN tary Company, left on a pecal train
this afternoon for Lyingtoc to escort
EXPIRED AT HER HOME YES- Randall to Jackson. A pose of armed
T citizens, which had been scouring the,
TERDAY MORN4NGB. swamps for the fugitive for te past
week. was close on' his trail with
tliodhounds when tp nero surren-
Special to The Joural. d(red.
Holt, Oct. S.-Nes reached here Randall was dreamed as a woman
todae that Mrs. J. T Mapoles died at 1 w hen be surrenderexr, and his clothing
]Milligan today at 9:30. She was the was almost torn from his body from
wife of Rev. J .T. Mapoles. formerly coming in contact wA the thick cazn
ctttor of Baptist Messeanger at Pen- through which he had pu sed in his
sceola. but now of the Milligan Her- flight from his pursuers.
aid. She keaes five children with her
berea ved husband.
R.v J W. Senterfltt will leave to-BSA L
Morrow to conduct the funeral at I1tSBL
In. __6 k i
Cost of Stade Case.
S.. ... .C _By A meso e pP .


MUagnouuiai, .i .. O.c!. .- rcut
Clerk Sparkman has given out a state-
meot showing the cost to the county
w of the recent trial of J. B Slade for
the murder of William Miller. The,
L ew of jury and sta'e witnesses alone
mounts to $1.132.80
M8,0O for Stock Exchange Seat.
New York. Oct. 6.-A seat on the
"iew York Stock Exchange was sold
for '$85,000, new high record.


AmerNGM. Lesam,
Washington 10. PilaJelphia 4.
Boston 5, New York 1.
Cleveland 5, Detroit &
St. Louis 6. Chicago 2.
National Ltiags.
Brooklyn 7 Boiton 3.
New York 4, Philladlphia 5.
Pittsbarg 3, ChIcajo


UNL eSAN-I 4 WON-DU Ir TET QUWNTIONW 16IT)Th. I3 Nuca w 001R15 OWiSMC


TWO GOT HEAVY

JAIL StNTENCES

RECORDER LANEY GIVES ONE OF-
FENDER TEN DAYS AND AN-
OTHER ONE 40 DAYS.

A case of unusual Interest came up
in police court yesterday morning
Constantine Stratigis, a Greek and R.
IF. Hester, a lineman, were arrayed on
a number of charges each. The form-
er is charged first with striking a
woman of the tenderloin district for
which privilege he paid over to the
city the round sum of 115.00 and cos*s.
The other case against him was for
resisting an officer. This is a pirvi-
lege, however that th# Recorder es-
timated above the puWhase value to
he ave blin a Jail sateMeo of ten
days. His friends made of number or
attempts yesterday to have hfiu r"-
leased but without succ s.
Hester was mixed 0 In soameway
with the affair, and sacceeded iu get-
ting five olfferent barges asain t
himself towit: drunk, cursim, .Dog
obscene language, risatnag aa oa-
cer in the discharge of his duty.
and aghtIra all of which cost theI
young man a senteaes f 40 dam lI*
jail. Hester is said to ai aa I
lively for the men who tried to puto
him la the cell. Thabe were aI~
three of them, ad aV7 fo0d. it as
easy tasfk.


CHT


MENT


djay Showed
s and



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re in Good


FREDERICK
MRY ILL PA-
E IS A VERY
REESE IM-


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etal sum- -
er situa- 4
..... 16 -
..... 219 ;
. ... 37 %
erday 79 4
. .. .103 ,-;


n the state
night shows
cases and 2
erday. The
lay are:

7th avenue
eight.
Main and
Imont.
hony's Hos-
nont.
Anthony's
F. Intena(en-
'den.
E. Govern-
vernment.
vernient.
yne.
h Vice Con-

are:
bark Kos-
niana.
lame which
morning's
g Th ursa'ay's
no deaths
12 o'clock
r.
ritish Vice
cases. aad
very seri-
have been
days with
aid be per-
Sreceiving
cover. Mr*


Bonar is also very ill but her case may
rot be reported as yellow fever.
Nearly all the patients about the
city are improving, with the exception
of two or three, and none of these are
necessarily critical. All patients at
the hospital are doing well. and the
doctors feel encouraged. Mr. Schultrs
who was moved to the hospital Thurs:
&'ay is still ill, but like the others, no
is doing as well as could be expected.
His wife's death has greatly shocked
the old man, and his grief is still very
intense.
The rooms in which the Schultes
couple lived and where she diled weft
thoroughly fumigated yesterday.
J. Simpson Reese, who was reported
a few days ago. Is already getting bet-
ter. Some of his frien, saw him
yesterday qnd say that he had no fev-
er. and was cheerful and rapidly r
covering. The same may be said of
Mr. Hayes, and Mr. Thomas, of The
Journal's staff, both of whom ar iup
and walking around ano' may re
for duty Monday.
There may be a large number of
cases reported today, as there am
quite a number of suspicious cam
under treatment, but it Is hardly pos*
bie that the number will be ay
greater than it was for yesterday.

Quarantine Stops Trial
Anniston, Ala., Oct. 6.-The quaram.
tine laws of the state of Alabaoa
have stopped the wheels of Justice ta
Anniston, so far as one case aIn the
city court is concerned. Mrs. F. LatM
is plaintiff in a damage suit a>ael;
the Pullmar. Car company, and betag
In Florida she is unable to reach the
Model City, Alabama being quarat-
tiaed alaiast the entire state. The
case will probably be eosued ga
the nezt taL.
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T HE JOURNAL'S Want Ad. peg*
is always read by nearly all
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--- A WOMAN KNOWS.


Thehady leat the eWeh to bar
t -eaa Goet aft ne ow that
d 1 0 ~0* 61he 4 114mam
Mai 011m ait 1 sox eas" aIs bo.
satify th at R osItiw to ahe.

"Walt, sew." e- beeg. t"dg on top
of everyatng you'll ted a red woollen
dairt that I V ~m a to bwthier
William. WUlt bas a rheumatism and
red woelles N powerful goad for that."
"What elser'
"Then f, mnme to three new sheets
for,Aunt kary, with a new betaqllt fr
Aunt Sara.l Then there's a milee dress
pattern for huat Mary's oldest girl, aid
a eatakin cap for Aunt arah's oldest
boy. Then you cose to my clothes.
There's a silk dress that has been tuated
tseto-bottom and made over again, a.d
there'.--"
"I think the trunk must be your's,"
said the baggagelman.
"Wall, there's the old corset I bought
five years a o, a white skirt that I'm
polng to put some new trimming on, and
an alpaca dress that I may give to Aunt
Mary it she halu't gravowed too stout.
Then you'll lad--"
"You can have the trunk, ma'am."
"Then you'll find a Jar of raspberry
jam, a bottle of currant wine and some-"
'Take it along, pa'am-It's, your trunk
for saue."
"Yes, it's my trunk, but now that you
have got me naming the contents I'd


lke to tel you that there are two pairs
f shoes. three gpain of stockings, my last
year's bonnet, a extra waist sad-"


V.


"Then row'll SAd a Jar of rasp-
berry Jam."
But the baggageman pulled the trunk
around, broke off one of the handles,
bent the lock and told her that he
wouldn't be responsible for spontaneous
combustion If the thing remained there
15 minutes longer. JOB KERR.


Mrs. Wise-You'll have to bare tie house you're just bought entirety rebbolt Insde.
Mr. Wihe-WMyI
MW Wae-Mt ome of our carpets will fit the rooms as they are at prasMt.


PERC AND THE THIRTY


LOTS OF THEM.
Mrs. Benton Holme-I have a lovely flat.
Mrs. Waunta Nee-Have you any children?
Mrs. Benton Hotlm-Oh, no. No children are allowed toin that apartment house.


MAN- A BTORY WITHOUT WORDIL


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VBRY TRTUB.
She-I don't see how "mo=ey" mates
the man," do you?
He-No; and I don't see how some men
make their money, either.


A MODERN FABLE
One day as the Sae was walking along
the seashore he was accosted by the Clam
with:
"0, most noble a'* wte man, I pray
y9u give .heed to my lament."
"Well. 'what is wrong'
"I want whtikers like old Reube
Davis, the elammer."
"That's as easy as pie," replied tha
Sage, aid with a wave of his hand he
made a whtaiered Clam of the bivalve.
Two days later, as the Bage walked
again, the Clam came up out of the sand
to say:
"0, Sage, I wouldst appeal to thy
wisdom and kindness agaln."


THOUGHT SHB SAW A CHANCE.
M4=s Caustlque-Mr. Joshem has such engaging manners.
Miss Antique-Indeedi Oh, I should so love to meet him.


WHERE THE LAWYER CAME IN.


Uncle Billy Smith had got back home
after a trip to see his sister, and sitting
on the postoffi e steps he said to the men
who were asking questions:
"Well in the car with me was a law-
yer. I'd been talkti' with him and feeling'
sorry that be hadn't taken to some hon.
eat profession, when the care run off the
track. Nobody was hurt, but our trunks
in the baggage ear wa all smashed up.
Purty moon a man comes around, and
asks us to make out the damages. I
wrote down that I had lost two shirts,
three par-s of socks, an old suat of clothes!
and a pair of shoes, and that my dam-
ages was $10. The lawyer looks at the
paper and sald:
"But you hadn't added anything for the
shock."
"Wh4t shoek?"
"The shoek to your feelta. Put down
$200 for that."
"But have my feeling been shoekedr'
"Of eourse, they have, and you must
get pay for It."
"I put her down a' Be said, and two
days later I got my damages tn hard


cash. I've all along thought a lawyst
was next door to a pirate, and that he'd
do most any mean thing, but I've had to
change my mind. That feller Jeet worked


"mat ro Is' t added saythla g
for the skhek."
up a shock for me and got me S 100a et
and If my son Sam wants to go late e
law business I shan't do any gnt ob
Jectin'." JOB KBI.


PAPA'S FAULT.
Mrs. Westeade-on never think f0 the future. Ten live only in the present.
Wentende-Well, your father la to blame for that. He gave us our house for
a weddlag gift!


NOT A FAIR SHOW.


I was stopping with a farmer over
night, and that evening two or three other
farmers dropped In. and there was a
good deal of talk about hnow much grass
a man could cut nla a day if he went at
it with proper ambitles. Mine host didn't
enter Into the c aversatiou much, and
when the men had fAnaty departed I sald
to him:
"Do you believe that statement about


a man mowing five acres In a day?'
"I didn't have a fair show," he replied
as he shook his head and heaved a sigh.
"How do Tcu meanT"
"Why up to last week I would have
claimed that I once. mowed seven aCes
between sun and sun."
"And what happened last week?"
"I attended camp-meeting and got re.
ligion. and I can't do any more lying, you
mee!" JOE KERR.


TWO


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"Anything wrong with the whis-
kers?"

"Anything wrpng with the whbskers?"
"Alas! But there is. The crabs and lob.
sters keep pulling them until I can
neither rest nor sleep. Take pity oa me
and remove them."
"Just as you say, my son." replied the
Bage. "If you don't want whiskers
why-
And he gave such a pull that the head
of the Clam came off with the whiskers,
and there was an end of It.
Moral: What we think would make us
most happy may turn out the greatest
causes of sorrow. JOE KERR.


A VOTE OF CONFIDENCE.
At the last regular meeting of the
Lime-kiln Club Brother Gardner, Presi-
dent, rose up and said:
"My frens, It may not be news to you
to learn dat Brudder Shindig Watkina of
dis club has been found wid de goods on
him, and am now waitin' his trial. He
had let de hawg out of de pen and was
driving' him home when arrested. Brud.
der Watkins owns up dat de proofs am


oCMdseaee


FIND THiW NEMY OF WHOM HE IS THINKING.


dlat hemllgot a "AVt
In JaIL" I


"Joe B-lo' soft yb"' el NrIct.
"Gittla' wie?"
"Naw; he's ons mebeW"


WUREE


agun hih, pad dat he can't explain how
he and de hawg become connected, but
at de same time be asks d club to pa
a wote of confidence In him."
"What orter confldence'T" aked Gvtr.-
dam Jones.
"Confdeuce dat he'll get about a yea
to jail." replied the Preast, IN all
to ftavor will say I.' ,Cisieoiy a
yeMmenJougmJoUrity ad now f do Drut-
Ge" don't ing up doegaooB It we tha
our tfault."
^ sea mOB K--


01N Co--Tm -an you mut be up amad to
w-Do yy -T- ieer
Towl|d 6l lw


ONE


attob alt o twwas


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TWE PENSACOLA JOURIkAI~p, SAYS*OAY 4, Go O. CTOBER -TV.lt


The Raincoat MAYOR ISSUES' CALL FOR


Stein-Bloch


rferami
F or be
for~w s
Fw'sdt
for WROPWCAM


VOLUNTEER INSPECTORS


Aeuif~s IspuOse Mock

b chl.


Grceful. Comfort- PLAN IS TO SECURE A MORE


THOROUGH INSPECTION OF
EVERY BLOCK IN CITY ANO AT


THE SAME TIME TO HURRY qP
THE WORK.


ORDER JOURNAL

SENT TO FRIENDS

LARGE NUMBER OF SUBSCRIP-
TIONS RESULTED FROM YES-
TERDAY'S SUGGESTION.


The little suggestion in yestarday'-
paper about having The Journal mail-


ed out to absent friends has had a
good eRect, and a large number of


c 1 H g mw m In view of the fact that it requires valuntary subscriptions came in yes-
,five oiays for the inspectors to make teiday.
an inspection over the city, and that The Journal receives letters nearly
thebe Inspections are very important every day from its absent readers in
for the welfare of the city at the pres- which they express their appreciation
( ent time. I desire to make a call for of the daily arrival of the paper.
volunteers who will volunteer to makes If you have relatives or friends away
S7a daily inspection of one block in the from the city, have the paper sent to
City. them. They will read It far more
The object in this is to have all cases eagerly than you do yours every morn-
Sof sickness reported promptly to th.- ing, because it is the only way that
city health officer, so that proper pre- they can get accurate ingarmatIon
caution to prevent the spread of the about the local fever situation i n S'e-
(disease may be taken at the right tall. The cost is exactly the same as
time. nyou pay to have it delivered to your
--e Se y je in One What we need is a lot of good. re- door in the city--45c a month. Send
Ssponsibl. men, who will make these in the name and the money, The Jour-
Of t&i inspections in a thorough manner, anl nal will do the rest.
who will bind themselves as public-
pirited men to look after one block.A IA
TI woula' be a good thing for the city FLORIDA WWOMAN
S I`. : enough volunteers could be secured'
S o =I to over each block in the city, and
C. C. man, Q. Arm*perger there are enough eood men who can SELKS A I RTUNE!
spare the time if they will.
Of course, no compensation will be!
Air af Aae i Pr fo,,r u9.V f h h,-,, .L^ 1 T, _- :_ .


titNCILFUT


u.cu Ams
- BE W


Noda buas Ii t uamela
Shtow Fi n of



Washington, Oct. 6.--Reports re-
ceived *t the navy department with
reference to the target practice re-
cently held in the gulf by Vessels of
the United States navy are said to lie
almost too good to make public. The
scores made, the American gunners
are reported to show an almost incre I
ible degree of eMeicency and to indi-
cate that gun to gun there is not a
nation in the world capable of com-
peting with that of Unic Sam.
The details of these reports are not
public property, but naval officers at
the department make no secret over'
the splendid averages attained. All
of them unite in giving the credit 'o"
the Improvement In the last two years
to Lieutenant Commander W. S. Simz,
who, as ip pectolr of target practice,
has accomplished wonders. Comman-
der Sims was formerly the Unit-,d
States naval attache in Paris and there
is not a better sailor in the United
States navy than he.
NOTICE.
The meeting of the Mt. Moriah R.
A. Chanter. called for Monday 9th


1 ieoc e T it llX1 VI"
w w I ready taxed to the utmost to keephe FATHER WILLED HER $10,000 AND inst., is postponed until further notice
'Wmfmk UM Itrtag d 1 present corps of paid men. SHE CLAIMSS $3000 AS HER by order of H. P.
SAll those who desire to volunteer W. ANMRSON, Secretary.
to e e61 0 a 1 s Pea Wmml are urged to send in their names to SHARE OF HIS ESTATE.
a rn --- me, and they will be immealately as- NAPOLEON'S RETREAT.
__ signed to a block. *- ...
TR tLYV TOLD. OHAS. H. BI or. Mrs. Ivy Blanch McKee of Florida., t --4 a "..
SMayorL has fallen heir to $10,000, and has en- Iim hNw.
A NOVEL RAT tered suit in Brooklyn, N. Y., for $300,- The main facts of the o tavlaetreat
A NOVEL RAT DESTROYER. 000. which she claims to be her share from the ruins of the great "ussian
Dasiak HeraM: Yr. A Hoge- Probably the most wonderful way of the estate of her father, whom she city of Moseow are as follows: Napo-
bon.Thel Journal hustler, : getting rid of rates and mice is the had not seen since early childhood, eon had entered Russia June 24. He
is here this week. discovery of a Chicago man who has The story told in the Brooklyn Eagle. found the country through which his
Mert s Bear, who was sick with invented a Paste that is greedily de- is as follow: i route lay devastated and abandoned
tpold( fever" Ii Louisville a tew days noured by' rats, mice, cockroaches "The sult of Mrs Ira Blanche Mc.-as he advanced, with no enemy to
1 is sald to be recovering very rap The earns' lctc Rat and Kee to recover $300,000, or what she make a stand against him. He had to
d ly. Itach Paste, as it it called contains claims is her share of the estate -ft leave large bodies of troops along( his
TIere was a small fire at Fort Bar- a peculiar chemical that creates a by her father, Alpheus D. DuiBois, who ee rch bdie eto foaeo to
usaw yesterday afternoon at the burning sensation when swallowed, was tor fifty years the principall ofand other
leal. The damage was slight. The and drives the rats and mice who eat rmmar school No. 36, and who d cites At the battle of Brodigando Sept
Sof the fire n unknown. outside of the house in search of Decemer 13, 1903, le ng an es- oe ofthe bloodiest h
water. The Paste in sure-death, an tate of $750,000, was begun before _a one Of the blood e 1t h15te7, the
Work On the big hear warehouse .nie tfacn Jstiuce Kellogg and a jury in the Su- losses probably a 40,000 on
SJeero ret which ha been Sold evrywhere or sent expre peme Court Manhattan, today each side. The los to aleon, wh
suMpealed a few weeks ago was resum- prepaid on receipt of price. Stearns' "Mrs. McKee, who through a dis- could get no re-enforeements, wa
.ed se the building will now be rush- Flectric Paste Co., Chicago, Ill. Small agreement between her father and fatal.
et to completion. size 20cts., hotel size, eight times the. mother, had -cot seen heA father for But still he preqaed on and entered
Te police docket of yest-rda: quantity, $1.00. years, had completely gone out of hid Moscow, Sept. 14, tcV4&. himself rob-
ambUgf abowe' a total tct of which five wern continued, one. even know h'er married name when he terrible epfiagration wlAl broke out
trm ever to the county, four dis- I'FATHF RiIDFI Al made his will, bequeathed to her $10,- two days later. Yet Napoa lingered
chafd. two give len day- each and | vf4IIILI DqU..L'ql 000 in the following cuauie: 'I gv Qet. Thei be
m was given 4t days. The total and bequeath to my daughter, Ivy mosouthwad o !k,
SRM ABlanche, married name and residAence me he othwa to 1
aIaBmt of r venw- for the day was TO M W ARNING e ,0 mhk h rort
W41.0U.IIUunknown, $10,000.' to make his waytrou* -richaD
"PFor years DBols bad lived the life unexhausted eotry. B fl he was
There were four cases before the NR MOVEMENT O of a recluse in a small room on Irving forced to foll ~ ~oath he had blaseI.
rrder yesterday lor violattag the NORTHEAST MOVEMENT ON,!ace. He received a salary of $3,000 on the way to Moestw. At first the
ew stagnent water ordinance. hey- SOUTH ATLANTIC COAST IS a year for his school services, and no weather was fine and only moderately
wert James Brown. Thirnr D'Alem- one supposed that the aged school severe. Then came rain, nmow and
berte, L. Carlson sad E. L, Davis. The EXPECTED. teacher had more than enough money cold. The winter set In earlier than
two o r were se$1.00rged and thcosts to get along on. Great surprise was usual. Swarms of Cosmacks surround.
Stwo were 1.0 and costs manifest when it was known that the ed the Frenchmen, harassing them at
SThe following bulletin -was issud teacher left upward of $750,000. every chance. The Invaders, worn out.
Mitton Index: Mr. T. A. Jennings. from the local weather bureau sa.t "No one of his friends ever heard were thrown into disorder.
of IPensacola. who has been spending night whih is of interest to a large, rm speak of his early life and all The remainder of the retreat of Na-
several weeks in our city, visited Tal- number of people: that they knew about it was that hepoon's army has no parallel in his
lahassee last week. On his retOrn he Washington, D. C., Oct. 6, 1905. lhd married, and tha hiswife had o ry for he various no paralleings and
1 as accompanied by Mrs. Jennings Observer. Fensacola, Fla. daughter with her. 1857, taking their little thory fors und the various sufferings and, by
and baby. They are pleasantly locat- Northeas, storm warning 10 p. rn..daughter with herhorrors undergone. In November, by
ed with Mrs. Monroe at the Ellis Key West, Miami, Jupi'er, Jackson- "The will bequeathed $10,000 to Miss the time he had reached the Beresina,
Hoase. Viie. Savanrah, Charleston, Wilming- Mamie McLaughlin. the principal cr his army had dwindled to 12,000 men.
ton, Morehead, Washington, Coluni. the girls department in the school and In the retreat from Moscow alone
Through 1ant advertising you may 0ia. Norfolk Newport News. Fo't $.000 each to four other teachers in 90,000 had been lost. In the whole
'auV things' with people in cii. an,' Monroe. Tropical disturbance appar- tht same school. Each of these wo- campaign some historians have esti-
metry-aything you have for Some ently east of Turks Isiand moving n'en had been his companions in school' mated that 125,000 had been slain, 132,-
tU-n you want-one kind of farm ma iinoh in conjunction with strong high,life for many years, and had looked 000 died of fatigue and hunger and
tio&r for another one kind of livarmarea to the northward. Is likely to upon him as a disappointed old lman. cold and 19000 were made prisoners.
todac r, f nothr ur atnd f cause high northeast winds Saturdy' "The executors found tat the Napoleon was now re-enforced by 18,-
rdct or another ; one. our on omh Atlantic coast. laughter, Ivy Blanche, was married00m, and he Made his way sam
for another one. FRANKENFIELD. and living in Florida; they also reveal- 000 men, and he made his way arss
Marianna Times-Courier: Mr. C. T. --e the name of the mother as Julia the Bereina, thus escaping total ruin
Davis and family. of Pensacola pass-T Vail DuBois. but couid find nothing and captivity.
e. through the city l.: ,.k <, .ou SHOTT R BUYS of her whereabouts." It was a miserable throng which,
from Millville. where t,' had bee'i on the evening of Dec. 6. like a crowd
for some wek fr a to r HOME IN ORTH P SICIAN ST of beggars tottered into Vilna, theold
vies' father. Jao. W: Iais at Bidisge HO ME IN nI p ySICIAN %S O capital of Lithuania. In all nearly
Creek. Theyv xil Iproa;2l spend T- 500.000 soldiers had perished from
eral weeks in :. of yellow fever in Pensacola WEALTHY NAVAL STORES MAN IL disappeared.
Pied A Sweet. manager of The Jour- G-TS FAMOUS MASSACHU- I
en scirculatfferionth part paralysis SETTS RESIDENCE. Opelousas, La., Oct. 6.-Dr. Zachary
Iar the past few days. met with a pain-, T. Young, aged 56 years, a prominent ViNG DU
tal accident yrestcrdav evening. As he citizen of this parish and one of tie
was getting off the' street car, the car A LA>\ox. Mass.. dispa-"h says: S .'. best-known men at Vi!le Platte, w1 I"
started and he wa-s tnrwn to tle Sh, : r. : Savannah, Ga., has hou'.it shot and killed yesterday afternoon Scores of Pensacola Readers are
ground. painfully injuring his back. :he famous ('oun(ry residence of Mr near the home of Dr. Young by Learning the Duty of the Kidreys.
The accident is very mue. regre::ci and M: Anson Phcp.y Stoke by Dougall Thompson. 2 years ol',
by his friends Si:adowbtok on lake Mahkeenac. in son of Dr. E. Thompson. a prominent
1,ox. Thihi residence and csta'e physician of that vicanty. Dou-aU! To filter the blood Is the kidneys'
Mobile Register: The p>;ting of cos: Mr. S:,)ke $Il.500.000. He liv',' Thompson. and a younger brother duty.
shrimp has begun at ih Albaa IauI 'n 'n b 'r:se, which has 100 rowns. Cheater Thompson, wer. b brought here When they fail to do this the kid-
plant leased by the John Boyles Corn- for four .asons, and v.hile riding a this morning by a deputy sheriff. to neys are nick.
pan.v. of Balt;more. and thi- will storm .v,,ig hi.ater on his property, was whom they surrender ;.-i, and were Backache and many kidney ills fo;-
an important addition to ;h,' oQsier- ihrwn and nis leg crush, which wa-, lodged In the Parish Jail. The two low;
canning business or fthe conipan. aniputatel. boys were together at the time Dr. Urinary trouble, diabetes,
Shrimp ar, plentiful and of an ex rasor Seekins: ; new pleasure. he choose Young wa's killed. It i. stated that Doan's kidney pills cure them all.
d:nar. size in Motile ba.. and 1i is Ix yahing and abandoned the Lenox Chester ThemnPson had no hand in the Pensacola people endorse our claim
pected that .his branch of the canning poperin and built the brick house at shooting. Charles Wilson, living on West Ro-


ia1ctory wil! bw ab SUccst-::l a:- it
c original branch frmni which canned I
o?8mers are shipped. ;to &1' par's o thi''
country in competition wi'h the Balti-
Iuor' articIl
The best tooks. vt r ( here nr.'.,'r
Blue Rib.'n, IA,'iL : i \'amna Ex-
tracIs. Pu;. s'rn ,(',us
AGED CITIZEN OF SANTA
ROSA COUNTY DEAD.
The Milton 'ln s'I s : N w-
'eached Milton Tu's;:Lv m,,rnin< o' :hu
d* ath of Daniel A. Can;pl'll. an ol;
resident ot this (c'un;m Mr. Campbo!iI
dcd Monday at t~ p m. at his rest-
d.nco in Cbhu-nck'a. of paraisis.
He was sixty-rni. year ,t# azt and
r koave a wife an, th-ee children. Mrs -.
"te Le,. Mts Christinm Davis and
m e was hbried i'ednet.l.y morning
^i^i umuckla (,.nm .,er'.
Cam pb ll was w :1 known antd
l'e.ezrsally ettlenld throughout th?,


N .re:nn. Since then the property ;. Dr. E. Thompson. Catcher of thLo mana street, bricK mason by traae.
I1. nox ha. i'en for sale. young man who did tr., killing and says: "I procured Doan's Kidney
Mr. Sh "-'.-. who is president of t li, Dr. Young were enemies and had beenPills t Sidney Kahns drug store,
S P. Shotter. Co.. of Savannah. on bad terms for a long time. Ye- No. 9 South Paafox street,
nalal sore. expor:ers pays $250. ;o treday aft-rnoon the t-o Thompsonr and used t1em for a lame back and
for the hoase and 204 acres of land. brothers wcre driving together, and sthrou twingeshen of paistoopedn which pmassed
met Dr. Young In his buggy. through me when I stooped or made
J. M. BARRS AND THE words passed between them about' any sudden movement. I was our-
JACKSONVILLE MOSQUITOES giving sufficient room ro pass. as reld ed Wilso 1s h.
Later the two buggies met near the wasrelieved. Mrs. Wilson also suf.
The Tallahassee Capital says: Hon. same point. and the quarrel was re could hardly tur in bed andneys. suffered
J M. il-r-s of Jacksonville. was among need. pistol shots being exchanged dull aching pain in her loin
Prominent arrivals at the and resulting n the death of Dr.Just before taking Doan's Kidney Pills
erday iing to s theoung. Neither of the Thompsonshe was completely laid up. After
tesierd:y Mr. Barrs discussed his pet Dr. Young, the dead man, bore a takymptms of kidney trouble left aher
:-.osquito theory to an interesteli excellent reputation and numbered and up to date there has been no
group of listeners. his friends by the hundreds. He was recurrence. I strongly urge Pensacola
Mr. Birrs i pericetly confident thai frequently a participant in parish poll- people to use Doan's Kidney Pills if
it is entirely possible to rid Jackson- tics, having been a candidate for Cor- they suffer from their back or kid-
ille of all dangerous breeds of mos- owner and also for Sheriff of St. Lan- ae."
quitx s. I at not mean to say that we dry Parish, being defeated for ta For sale by all dealers. Price S0
iill be ablh to bring out a condition former office at the last election by a cents. Foster-Milburn Co., U Bfal
w hlre it will be im1"ssible for scien- narrow majorky. Several children N. Y, sole agents for the United
!i.-!s to obtain a spedmen for scientificI survive him. The interment will take states.
purposes, but we can practically rid place from the Catholic Church at Remember the aaie-Doa'.--.md
1the city of mosquitoes." Churchpoint to-morrow, take so other.


MURDER Of THE

WWEfAMILY

CORONERS JURY CAN LOCATE NO
dNE ON WHOM TO FIX THE
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GILE(S


bis SW"Afitr To AO"


JacksonviBe, Oct -The members t MM
of the Coroner's Jury impaneled b f A b w '--
Justice L. L Farris, two weeks ago to Fw II --
investigate the cause of the death of m WU
Lula Wise and her four children,
whose charred bodies were found in
the ruins of their home. southwest ot It will be satlyin to the tse peram
Lincoln Park, met on th" scene again who have taken a laterest In the
yesterday and brought in a verdict to fate of the uiiatunaste girl, An te
the effect that the woman and eh11l- Storey, to know that she has be=n
dren had been murdered by parties given a good home in the eity by Mrs.
unknown to the Jury. Nordstrom, and that she will be eared
Yesterday's session was the third for in future and allowed to keep her
time this jcry had met on this case, infant with her.
and after Investigating every possib-* A few days ago a hasty call was re-
clue, came to the conclusion that they ceived at police headquarters from the
should lay the blame on no one party, matron of the Widows' Home request-
so brought in the verdict as given in Ing that an officer be sent at once to
the foregoing. that place. Marshal Schad complied
The story of the finding of the Immediately with the request, ad the
charred remains of the Wise family offcer upon arriving at the Home,
was a most revolting one. There found the inmates in a fury of excite-
was every evidence of a crime went and' he was informed that the
committed for the bodies were young woman was contemplating a
horribly nmtilated and the skull oa third attempt upon her life.
each member of the family had been The girl, however, dented that she
crushed, r;,dently with an ax, whica had intended trying once more *to
was found in the ruins. make way with herself and said that the
When the horrible scene wag first matron had become suspletois because
discovered the authorities at once the had entered the room ana' founll
went to work to search for Sam Wise, her in tears.
the husband and father of the mur- Later Mrs. Nordstrom called and of-
dered ones, as it was said by neighbors feared the girl a home with her.
that he had threatened tie lives of anl Miss Storey says that her father'3
some time ago. statement In a Montgomery paper con-
No one had seen the man about the cerning her is false and' that she has
place for at least a mbnth, yet it was not seen nor heard from him since hid
possible that he could have gone t) departure from Pensacola several
the house, committed the murder, set weeks ago. The girl's brother is now
the house on fire and departed un- in town, and has promised to ot% all in
seen. his power to aid her.
The search for Wise was flnal'y She is slowly recovering from the
given up as no trace Ot him could 'e severe-burns which she inAicted upon
found. Constable Willalm Page of herself in attempting to swallow a
that district, has been working on the quantity of carbolic acid nla her 9conud
case some time and lntrodteed sever- attempt at suicide.
al witnesses at the inqucst yesterday.
DETENTION CAMP


SOUCII T MAN

TOOK GIRL'S RING

DIAMOND OWNED BY MONTGOM-
ERY GIRL FOUND IN BIRMING-
HAM PAWN SHOP.


Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 6.-The theft
of a diamond' ring from a prominent
young society woman of Montgomery,
,a hasty trip of one of her admirers to
'Birmingham and back to the state
capital in one day, and the discovery
of the ring in a local pawnshop are
some of the details, say the police, of
a case they have Just unearther. The
description given by the pawnbroker
1llod with tlte descrption of th,
joung' man whb called at the girl's
home on the eve of his departure from
Montgomery, but to avoid disgracing
the man's ,family, the4, police say, the
father of the girl will not prosecute the
case.
Something over a week ago a Birm-
irgham man, who is connected with
the Seaboard Air Line, reported to the
Birmingham police that a niece in
Montgomery had missed her diamond.
A description of the ring was given
and Detective tPtton found' it in less
than an hour at a pawn shop. It had
been pawned for $35 by a man who
said his name was Harris. The rail-
road man was notified and he in turn
notified his niece. Further investga-
tion led the family and the police to
suspect a prominent man of the theft.
Detective Patton still has the ring.
Harris is not the name of the man wl3b
was visiting the girl's home.

NMCE FRESH OYSTER* ON THE
HALF SHELL DAILY AT NICK
APOSTLE.

tUm apwpreeated Cierue>
In the Tennessee mountains 'lived a
little hunter named Hiram Gates. Al-
though small In slse, Hiram was noted
for his bravery for miles around ln that
section of the country, where courage
was a common asset. Once while bunt-
ing he tracked a bear to a small cave.
Now, a man. hasn't one chance in a
million fighting a bear In close quar-
ters, but this fact didn't deter Hiram
for a minute. Throwing down his gun,
he put his kaffe between his teeth and
crawled fate the dark hole after the
animal.
By the greatest of good fortune he
succeeded t telling it, for the reason
that the cawe was so small that the
bear couldn't turn around to defend
himself. Otherwise there probably
would have been a different story.
Hiram skinned the bear and then
went home, where he explained the
manner of the killing to his father.
The old ma listened quietly until the
tale came 4o an end nd .then, in a
high pitched, quavering voice, said:
"Well, Hram, I like a brave man as
well as anybody, but yere an Infernal
fool!"


Thbo 0ne weVo.
There was a certain old New Eng-
land minister who had a blunt way of
getting right at the bottom of things.
With a solemn air he announced from
the pulpit one day that a button had
been found in the collection. "Only
one individual In the church could hare
been guilty of hlis trick," he said, "and
I shall expect this person to replace
the button with a cola" After service
a member of the church owned up to
being the culprit and asked: "How
did you khew I was = m ?an' "I did
not know," I00 he cIergW an. "But
you uM Ocly o pern.I could have
done it." iJt Ws the reply
"Two perMse coN net ave pgt eo
=me' -stt o e pmls ."


MPA T1


IS NOT CROWDED

ONLY ELEVEN LEFT FOR THERE
YESTERDAY AND HNERE IS
YET ROOM FOR FOURTEEN
MORAL


Only eleven left for the detention 4
camp yesterday, out of twelve who ap-
plied for admission, one being reject. lft
ed on account of high temperature.
The following is a list of tbose who *
left on the noon train for tb camp: N. GOLDRIN, I=*STR
MaWry Oargno, Fraak O Mm. Pm4O Meem Fe
M. J. Ambrose, Miss a H t I AMbsro*
EHIabeth Rogers, Will P. Walkr, .Baby ..
Oargpo, Myrtle Hubbard, Jo. Idggley, a W
F. H. Johna, s on t b 'HGro ss w
Pierson, detailed.. -.9 011-04- a
The camp is not yet e bu t a be Om i we T 0
pWarid to Sea miuodfaMltks- no, %
and these will be admittnfjtit as geI an
a9t hey make applicati r 4 e. ll.il
son for a permit ard, w b
done any time until the." ap Is 8all I& ad
up, between the hours .t I o 11 a. a.
The place alloted to So bwa-
already been killed, an do me us- n
groes will be admitted til after the
present "bunch" has seseved teO r I
ed seven days and has *e O dIebhar
ed.
No sickness has lopedd at the
camp, and the reports there indl-
cate that the inmates are all wel .and.
happy and are being wu arel. for. -B..
Dr. MacDearnid, who was a-moug the -- ----_---_IO
arst who entered the ean writes
that camp life is "not wI bad after
alL" I XIA.L AAA


NICE FREOH OYSTER ON THU ; lUV AUA
HALF WELL DAILY .AT NICK
APOOTLE.


NO -Al -Smoke




NEW ORENS AWAY

(Continued from Fifth Page.)
is the Mississippi fever summary for
today: Vicksburg, one new case in MW
city, three in country, one death; -
Natchez eight new case four new
foel; Sosetta, two new cases, one ft -
death; Handsboro two w eases;
Mlsissippi City, two new "ases; Gulf-
port, three new caoami Hiamburm.
four new cases, two deaths, twenty-
two patients under treatment; Port
Gibson, five new cases. No infection UIlil
developed at Harrlsto. iMoespoint
and Scranton failed to report.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1903


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Those who can afford it should send THE LATE DR. BOULTER.
in all they can afford to assist in te
good work. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 5, 1905.
The present outlook indicates that Editor Pensacola Joural:
the demand on the United Charities In our issue of 3rd inst. appears
an announcement that conveys the
will increase greatly within a few davssad Intelligence of the suffering and
and unless the public comes to the death of a citizen who was heartily
organization's assistance there is no identified with the movement to place
telling just what will become of the Pensacola in the front ranks of pro-
grtssive. and attractive cities.
lCty' charity subject None more fervently desired to see
Contribunt.ins may be sent to Vice- her measure up to the highest sta'n-
President So: Cahn, See:etary A. I!. dards of a model city; none mor? con-
D'Alembete. or The Journal and they fdenty expected to see her take her
willberputeoamostworrh t deI.rightful poAsition among the leading
will be put to a most worthy use ty cities of the south than did the lamepat-
the organization. -,d sutrbject of this feeble tribune, and
If you can contribute, and hundreds, the writer begs to mingle his borrow
are able to do it. do so at once with that of the stricken widow in the
irreparable loss of companion aad pro-
Money is needed and it is needed tector. and the respected citizen ani
now. an earnest worker for all her best in-
tcrests.


The mayor's call for volunteer in
spectors is one of the nest ideas th't
has thus far been put ;nto effect. A


C. U. PORTER.

Likes Detentioi Camp.


good responsible volun'"cr citizen ir- 1 S. S. Detention Camp "Murray."
tpector for every block in the ciy Oct. 6, 1905.
would make a daily inspection Editor Pensacola Journal:
possible and :vol trst. I want to say, may God bless
dear old Pensacola and her hard
casy to hl-a' t. :ass of sick- workeli doctors. especially those two
ness and report bad ,anitary cond-, who took our temperatures and may
tions as soon as they occur and th( fever soon he stamped out. Alec
wherever the (exis-. The Journal may Gol bless Surgeon General Wy.
man ln'r soeiing a detention camp, and
hopes tha efore night com.., t. .,-.h a grand s"e of doctors. Words
mayor will hat tnou;gh volliniteer are inad equa;e to express my feeling<.
listed to egin the work of daily r?. Our hill of fare is anything but plan
orts at once. and simple. Our canipu and tests
are perfec.. and if some of Pensaco-
la's willful p, ople had Surgeon Banks's
An Altogether eyes to l-'ok into, they would under-
stand there was no breaking of laws'
Familiar Sound. here.
Mr 1r.ran Commoner says: In Yours sincerely,
bir testiiiion in the insurance inv~s-
tigation now ;n progress in N< w York, Surgeon Banks Complimented.
President McCall of the New York r
PresienturnCe a ptf'h ref red h Camp Murray, Oct 6, 1905.
1. lsuran( .,,.h:Editor Pens.cola Journal
campaign con ;rtib uno to the repub- On our arrival at the U. S Detent!nn
lIcan cmmin:.e in 1it an said. canip we wwt-, promptly Let by the at-
"1 f,'l: tha: if free silver in the coun- tal,,' ge'le-man Dr. Chis. E. Banks,
tr was ",;>pr ,, and tha;t i i: an officer in charge, who escorted us to
.r % t thb ofici'. We were then met by Dr.
were eletel president. we ni.gl.t as v ,n LCorf, the noted liagnostic.an,
well (liet u; "!i>'-h shutters on the New who took (.ur temperature with so
York L:i inii-uiran V muii:ia,1 dot !s.. mich k:ll ;that we can not helo but
Knowinlg :hha:. ;;d b :i g I i l, say h 1i dan expert. We then niat
Willia.n l. Stearns who immediately
I con.sented to a p;ayn ent to du.feat free regist.tred us.
tiiver-not tto "tea: th denmociai ])Dr. Banks then assigned us oit
psrty, but to def(ittea' this :rt, :.lv'r quarters. which we must sax were
heresy. an, I thank God that I did rea:n bt:rer than we expected tIo.
find.


opportunity advertisement you may
secure a new "command" in the bust
ness world-or profitably retire from
your present one.

Because a ship runs aground it i6
not to be inferred that it is a worth
less ship; nor. in all cases. that the
man at the wheel is an incompetent
In most instances a tug boat will fli:
deep water for the grounded vessel
Because a business venture "runs
aground" it Is not to be inferred thai
it is a worthless venture; nor that it;
manager is wholly incompetent. A
want ad. will usually bring-the flnan
vial assistance needed to pull a
grounded business venture into safe
waters again.

It require BRAINS to conduct a.
great hotel-executive ability of a high
order. And it requires the same kind
of ability-to conduct a SUCCESS-
IFL boarding house. in both cases
publicity is as necessary as light, or
heat, or fooo.

If you were in the market for real
estate you would not be apt to over-
look a single real estate advertisement
in this paper would you9 And if you
seek a market for your real estate
your adveritsement in these columns.
will be considered by every possible
buyer, as a matter of course.

The want ads. help you to manage
your affairs-and even though your at
fairs be very simple they will usual'v
"manage" you if you don't get a help-
ing hand from the "wants."
What have you to sell today-house,
lot, piano, safe, desk, set of books,
buggy, music box? Write your an-
swer in the guise of a want ad.-and

ThA alo-wal Putftt" Duw.
ng geptgauber, 1@5,

A Tot# of



136,450

COPIES
or mmag.. o


DMILV
The following Oguures show The Pen-
sacola Journal's circulation for each
urn awi~"A.- uuiiuin thMACILLAint vi ^fer


It e ie mm -erta iniu did a wiFe day uuriung ene mion orf ptemoer,
President" McC(alls reference to th. t',ing by selecting these three gentle-i 1905. with the average nuartr of
Almight: st rves to callal to :housanii. :.n tn take charge of :hs campD. copies ally:
at Ame-tan citizens the -thanks' o- Yours truly Sept. 1, 5,000 Sept. 18, 5,300
San an H. G. Caldwell. A. C. Hopp, F. W. Sept. 2, 5,000 Sept. 17, 5,595
feared up ;n .'n,'hr an a lo1 ": Rl .t T u t No. 15. Sept. 3, 5,200 Sept. 18,
ago. Th, '',-' other mat. i,;: tound ;n t h, ihli-' ,''i~L a: most of the $2.00 per da3 Sept. 5, 5,000 Sept. 20, 5,300
teenth oha;'t: of :he gospel of h t1's Sept. 5,000 Sept. 21, 5,2M0
Lakt. ,lg::ing w::h the tenth v r-, Sept. 7, 200 Se 22, 5225
..T .he WHY BRYAN LEFT HOME. Sept. 8, 5200 Sept. 23, 5,225
Tw :he4 Sept. 9, 5,200 Sept. 24, 5,550
to pra: ,. a 'isee an hi Wat.r Snawhan, a Sterling bo-, Sept. 10, 5,500 Sept. 25,
othr- a ItT p'- 1 is look on to a newspaper job a; Sept. 11,. .... Sept. 5,20
SG I 1. n-.'ai. Nt'o. and t!.s is what 1, Sept. 12, 5,00 Sept 27, 5,60
end ;,-,,, ': ,-1 ,., '1 I'woe his local home iapcr about it: Sept. 13, 5,300 Sept 28, 5.
thank 'i,. !,a i .::, ,: ;- >'r n:'n "'Y.s this is toh home and headquar t ept. 14, 5,300 Sept. 29, 5,20
are. :::,: adul'trers. :re of thst eminent stAtcsman, W. J.t Sept. 15, 500 Sept. 30, 5,2
or en as .i p:'.. a n I fas: twice Bryan. I: wa, suggested to me by a' Total for the month.......13,450
ort e' gt ntleman who know my intention to Average per day-........ .. 5,4
tr the wo, k I P,% ,'es of, 1 al 1 ki(ate here that it would probably I hereby certify that the above state.
.sse ss prove to be' too smal! a town for both ment is correct according to the ree-
Mr. Bryan and myself. This was evi. ords on ile in this f Mce.
I' begins to appear tha- 'h N-w der'l- a tru prediction, as Mr. Bryan IU% D A. SWEET,
York I.:;k I,-s::r:n, e company wi: h has recent.:- announced his intention Clrelation M'.-


debarr. fr ,on Texas af:er- ie ,:,.;: of making 'i trip around the world,
Sof he o Lcesltating ana absence from Lin-
v:en the p.r.m o he company o0 do business in the s'a'i- wi:' expire. W'hil Journal.


Sworn to and subseribed before me
this 30th day of September, 1905.
3. P. STOKES.
Notary Public.


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WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND.
The Pensacola Journal is on
sale at the following places la
S the city:
Bay Hotel.
S Coe's Book Store.
S D t NewH Stand
Gem Book Store.
SMoeheets Hotel.
* Tmpeon's Book Stbre
t Wasand Ice Cream Parlor.
S Wagenhelm's News StandL
^ Walker's Book Store.



The United Carities
Need Money asNever Bfor
The United Charities need fun
and they need them bad.
The great demand upon this orgi
sat ion of late bhas played havoc wi
the treasury. and an urgent appeal
made for contributions.
Moasy is needed now more th
ever as there are many destitute ca9


3. 9r pema examinations s ouia emaU e1o seet t Utere Lare A so torn
pr laces In the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging laside.
" The netting should be well tucked In to keep the mosquitoes from
entering.
t 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed n.
i side, not merely driven or shaken out.
6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the phyalets;
awaiting his arrival they should be coveted with a mosquito bar. This is par*
ticularly important In dealing with mild fevers, especially it Infanta am
I children in localitle liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease mao.
ifests itsIf Ito such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that It Ia
likely to escape re9ogntion. On account of the very mildness of the gaY
e toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognised easa raW
for this reason, th most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
(B) Screens.
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. OtqUm
of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provislofal acregg
! can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
i secured to the openings of the sick room.
. (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (bisect powder) to deitror
possibly Infected ogqulit6es as early as possible after the fourth day of fever.
Sulphur burned it an iron pot is the surest way, and If used nl proper quantity
will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pound, in an average room s saIm-
cient if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of silphdr to .000
cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and oae pond ea
insect powder to 4,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the moetstoes. Te
mosquitoes will fall to the Goor and should be collected and burnt. Two
hours' ftlgasptU. with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary eases. 'ft
fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprtihal
about the room wWl diminish their unpleasantness.
The futmigation should be done in the morning, so that the roeI wIb he
free of odor by night, ad it should be done preferably in dry weather. WhM -
ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoiaing tl- efs
occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes aand prMW"
the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the dal.
fected room s early s possible after the fourth day.
The work oet4 tectlon and mosquito destruction, as well as 5ereeatn
is now conduale4 by the Health Authroties, immediately after notifcst fb,
the attending pVyscalsL But in isolated localities or when delay in okal.
ing sanitary rlett is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must diret tMe
members of ti hoasehold In applying the prescribed regulations
Ad*ditional p -ecauton in sulphur fumigation, recommended by he j1fsth
Authorities in ehargd of sanitation in New Orleans during the lVsa&
epidemic:
ReWove al ornaments of metal, such as brase, copper, aflver a gM
from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a meta natr
which eannet be removed, can be protected by covering the objects tly
with paIr, or wo a tht costing of vaseline applied with a brs.,
Remove fro the room to be fumigated all fabric material after t!r.
oughly abktng. OpeM all drawers and doors of furniture and eoaets.
The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping a
openings tw ahMlas oor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windowasand
doors.
Crevies can be closed by pasting strips of upper (old-s"w pw) o"
them with a paste made of flour.
The saulpar abould be placed in an iron pot, fat skinet prf6rei an
this played on bricaS in a tub or other convenient water receptacle W a o
an Inch & water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must be tal to
guard against accidents, as the sulpbur is liable to boll over ad st Sre to
the bouse.
The spiphar Is readily ignited by prikling alcohol over it and lighting it.
The tspatmy at aM be kept closed for two hours, and then pened su
and well etiasted
NOTyB-. laS the cubic contents of the room, meiply the leonti o
the room by tbe **h and this _tatl by the height, and to d theleMM os'
of sulphur ecee to fmigate the Moom divide the eMble mu y H
and the reeNul w be amsoumt of slphur reqle in po
Take, Ser S IS, a om 15tfegt lng. 10 feet wide and 1&.t bk
would multPlY lI.o eOble feet. Divide t"lsbyan.amM
wil have the a5ntadW Erequired, viz: 3 po2unsa,


IauseMsa nUd Tuwpettiae.
In the year 1890, when influensa
was epidemic throughout Europe, many
workmen contracted the disease in
three watch factories at Madretsch,
Germany, and a number died. At one
factory at Madretsch, however, the dis-
ease did not appear. Investigations
showed that oil of turpentine was used
in the turning of the metals used for
watch cases. The oil became warm
and evaporated, and the workmen in-
haled the air laden with it. This seem-
ed to protect them against the disease.
Since then oil of turpentine has been
always evaporated in that factory up-
on a stove, and not a case of Influensa
has ever occurred there.


and are reduced to powder by any
means whatever. Few of its constitu
ents can be recognized by the naked
eye. The microscope alone can detect
the nature of many and especially those
of the greatest importance.
im s Mlsfoeun.
"I can argue with any one here," said
the conscientious man fiercely. "I can
argue"-
"Oh, yes, you can argue," said the
quiet little man In the corner. "The
misfortune is that you can't reason."

MisJudired Him.
Lady A.-Here comes that dreadful!
man who sat next to me at dinner. He
hasn't the manners of a pig! Mrs. B.
-How funny! I thought he had


THE TRANSMISSION OF

YELLOW FEVER AND

HOW TO NURSE IT

At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905,
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the 'New duties and responsibili-
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of
the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito."
A brief synopsis of the elementary 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:
ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE.
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.
omyla 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 (Stegomyia 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. Thil 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 period
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. (Gautera&.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty4even days old. Gulteras with another
101 days old. [Note-According'to Agramonte, Steomyla Faseiata in Havana
can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in uWaita, says
Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
the pupa ease. 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, oes not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or


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f- THE BENFflT OF BONDING I
S (Jacksonville Metropolis.)
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cekly. Sunday. wii'
M RInmW sx PrT MONAA v The citisec of Jackovlille mbav
Voted for the issuance of $400,000 more
..g city bonds, and they will soon be plac-
ed on the market. These bonds were
At. COMPANY ;authorized by an act of the legisla-
ture. Heretofore Jacksonville has had
i excellent success in floating her secure
Mh AM-E M&IA cities, and do)ubtless will have with the
._..... 'forthcoming issue.
Two hundred and seventy-two citir
ASSOC TEA PR sens voted against bonds and 408 voted
for bonds, but all yield to the majority.
This is 2,000 less votes than are regis-
rilOi RDATIB tcred. Those opposing bonas' gave as
a reason therefore that It would in-
ODe MOamS*-*.*-W*"e, crease taxation and cause an advance
1 oe'Week......0..... 1o in rents and in improvements. T-uc
.Wekly ma, Sw,.$1 -* charge that bonds would afford rich
SSlt do 9weN stauf. fees tor attorneys and money brokers
had little effect, anr may have help-
ed the carrying through of th'e meas-
SPAPER FROM WHICH A ODTAILA :ure. Men of integrity and honor will
IUENT CAN CE SECURED. control the proceeds arising from the
Fale of the bonds, and there will be
no graft attached thereto in the appli-
1U 1ht Goverumet StrMwt cation of the funds.
RE OSM No. S. The Metropolis advocated boning
S- principally as a sanitary measure, be-
RDAT MORINTNG, OCTOBRER 7, 1995 living life hardly worth anything
without health and comfort. There
are many premises in this city without
-- Texas feels especially aggrieved over sewer connections, and every one of
the fact that Mr. McCall, a democrat, such premises is a menace to the nub-
so lberally to the republ lic health. and The Metropolis believes
contributed so iberall to the republic that people would prefer to pay for
0 can s&Tsh fund. of other people's money extension of water and sewers to keep
the Houston Post scores a point the city clean than to pay the expenses
'against him that is destined to make r of epidemics. The more healthy our
Texans ,-ven more wrathy than they city Is made the more prosperous ano'
to isaluable will it be.
# are at present .The Post points out We firmly believe that the extension
that on the occasion of the Galveston of sewers, water fnd lights to the out-
disaster in 1900. during the year of I lying districts will cause a greater
Oolonel Bryan's last candidacy for the LudiIng boom than is now experienc-
ed. and any man with common sense
C presidency. Mr. McCall was asked to knows these improvements means a
help the storm suffered. That worthy great increase of valuations and the
r.,agnate forthwith pulled a sanctimoni- city may be able to pay off the $400,-
ous look anl stated with "regret" that- 00 bonded debt at maturity. People
Were reluctant in buying lots and mak-
the money of the New York Life was ing improvements in sections of the
a trust fund, to be administered for city where there were none of the con-
the benefit of widows and orphans, and' venieOces and comforts enjoyedd in
i' e had no right to give any of it away other portions of the city. Nothing
Swill be lost if the funds are ju'iclous-
for a charitable purpose. Wouldn't ly applied to improvements, and we be-
ids that make a policyholder red-headed? liete this will ba done and that every
-Birmingham Age-Herald. ritisen will be made to realise the wis-
anT- dom of bonding.
ith cv it N itf a tv a#1 H----
it X THE WANT AD WAY.
V X POPULI As a change of commanders is
en &sometimes good for any army, so a
-s change of owners is sometimes gocd
e AN ELOQUENT TRIBUTE TO for a business. Through a "business
AN LOIUNT TIBUT TO UVUImLyo a


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your aa bring you answers COMPOSITIONS IN PRISON. od co gosan one y
The yM" g waman ereose the way, coau memt DidN ot Apav me ly comes', 1s tUe story of a weak throat,
Swho used tO rn for her car at six DI tl Trkee e af Lht seee- k i tendency to consumption. Ayr 's
F thirty A. M.,now leaves the house Imprisonment of the learned, wheth- C erry Pectoral braksn up the baska'
chill e r, You a wat ad.Ier legal or illegal, does not seem to iId
about eight *lock.. You e-ehe' a er 1 oes not seem to cold habit. It strengthens, beals. Ass
killed tea fogapher and a want ad. have disturbed the man of letters in ylur doctor to tell you all about it.
Sof work areeasier and the pay better. the progress ofhis tudes. FC CH abi.sw l e im a w mse e ,n.%
ar an th ( It was in prison that Boethlus corn- ..
Losing a poor Job is the next best! posed his excellent book on the "Con- -- ----- -
thing to quitting it-in either care solations of Philosophy," and Grotius seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Segiomyiaj in Louisiana
having quick recourse to the want wrote his "Commentary on St. Mat- that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
* ads. Shakespeare put it this way: thew" during his confinement. and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
"Some falls re means thec happier to While in the dungeon of a monastery Anopheles, within three to five days after. I
arise." in Portugal Buchanan composed his 5. A period. varying from two to five days. usually elapses after the b!te
excellent "Paraphrases on the Psalms of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop la
If the finder is honest a want ad. o id." 'the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the
will bring Lack to you whatever you a., e United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that In thirteen caecs
have lost-and nine out of every ton lets, a well known and excellent of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied
people are honest in such circum- law production, was written by a man from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours. after innoculation.)
stances, confined in an English prison for life. 6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Fasciata bites
His name. however, was not preserved, a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the daiease, It will have
During his confinement for five years to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (lacubation
fLURIDA A VERY on account of some state troubles Pe period in the mosquito); then, it it bites a susceptible person at the expire.
llsson pursued with ardor his studies tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifest it-
IHFIALTHY STATE in the Greek language and produce' self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimating the probable spread ro
H AL several good compositions, yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons 2n his onvirou.
The best and most agreeae book in ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
the panis language was composed bythe success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des-
theLITTLE ICKNE FSpanishXISTS AND language was composed by truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several
LITTLE SICKNESS EXISTS AND Michael Cervantes during his captivity days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first ca!e may bite a
SUMMER MONTHS ARE EQUAL- In Barbary. I susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthuned to thirty
When Louis XII. was duke of Or- days, which Is the time given by the heakh authorities of New Orleans in t.~
LY AS HEALTHFUL AS THE leans he was taken prisoner at the bat- present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected cae
WINTER. tle of St Aubin and confined in the after Its first appearance In a given locality.
tower of Bourges. While there he ap. 7. The Stegomyla Pasclata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
plied himself to his neglected studies, that the poison is Incubating in its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma/
with the result that he subsequently bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocuous; neither
The Ganesvlle Sun says: There is became an able and enlightened mon- does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person.
much fear inexpressed by Northern ise- archam an able and enlightened m S. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (I. e. articles
much fear expressed by Northern o Margaret, queen of Henry I kin or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients of
pie h en teay inte sin Foi Margaret queen ofHenry IV, kin. their Immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bedli1g
and go home early in the spring, lert of France, while confined in the Lou- or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
contractmalaria or are so licte wtha ith vre warmly pursued the studies of ele- with the sick, is unnecessary.
typhoid fever. The f!cts are that gant literature and composed a very 9. The bodies or cadaver of the dead from yellow fever are Incapable of
such ideas originate in the minds of skillful apology for the Irregularities transmitting the disease unless death. occurs within the first three days of
people who never set foot on Florida of her conduct. the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only If mosquitoes are allowed to
soil, who imagine it a morass, with an During his confinement Sir Walter bite the body before decomposition has set in.
occasional spot large oughh for an Raleigh produced his "History of the 10. There is so possibility of contracting yellow fever from the blaec
alligator to get out and sun himself. World." vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fevr patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is. by the bite of th
and where snakes and other creeping Queen Elizabeth while imprisoned by Stegomyia, coafers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
things do well. her sister Mary wrote some very
The truth in regard to the health 'f charming poems, and Mary, queen of Dutis of the Tralned Nurse.
Florida, and nothing but truth, wil Scots, during her long confinement by
show that malaria is not hereabouts s3 Elizabeth produced a number of pleas- NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED
is suspicioned by these nervous peo-
ple. In every country on this earth Ing compositions. NURSES IN Th4S TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER. IN CON.
the system needs cleaning in the It was while he was cruelly confined SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTSL
spring, and In 'Florida it needs no at Holmsby that Charles I. wrote that
more than in other sections. excellent book entitled "The Portrait 1. No aSUe eaa be considered as trained lat'the management of yeMow
The past summer, it is claimed b3I of a King," which he addressed to jis fever In the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fuly.
old -settlers, has been the warmest for .son and in which the political reflee- earnestly, and 0onsclentlously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mow
many years, and in nearly every Ino- tons are said to be worthy of Tacitu. quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
cality there has been a cry that the By some this work has been attributed the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should Sad their way
rainfall has surpassed that of any to a Dr. Gander, a blatant radical of therein.
summer for the past twenty years, that period, but who was Incapable of 3. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient sae
yet the doctors complain that it has writing a single paragraph of it must cooperate with the physician In the discharge of his function. as as s.
been distressingly healthy. The un- dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direst.
dertakers have been idle nearly ill OIiore f some of the ot. ly the most eelent and important sanitary agent in preventing the sprea4
summer, and there has not been Dust is to a large extent a product of of yellow fever sl infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation of
enough business ip this line alone to uman activity. In ho and work- the mode of tr*anwieston of this disease, her personal safety (if she is e
keep one man from the poorhouse. human activity. In houes and work- non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire household CC
Many men have worked hard all shops, on the highways and in the the patiet, (especially it these are not immunes) largely, if not enUlrly,
summer, in heat and rain, never havy- streets-everywhere there is wear and depend.
ing a trouble from the effects of ms- tear of things, and the product is alt ry narse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fevwe
laria, and although it was stated 'n ways dust. The wearing and cleansing patient las ainouots sad absolutely harmless to even the most suaceptiblo
the early spring that we were liable of our clothing are continually break- non-immuane, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access dt
to have considerable fever here this ing up its fibers into minute particles, mosquitoes to the patient's person.
summer, it has not put In an appear- and the friction of clothing on the skin 4. The greatest fredom of personal contact and intercourse may there.
ance and perhaps will not do so at carries away the scales of the epjder- fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick
this late season.' mis, which are constantly being shed room, and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
The people who come to Florida and renewed, during the Arst th days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
and spend the summer find the condi- Every contact of human feet, horses' 5. The mlison to a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished if a
tons so different from what the hoofs and the wheels of vehicles with patient, su4ering tiret spy kind of fever, In localities Infected with yellow
ead upthey a that after one or two paving and road materials wears away fever, who is eoflde to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mesM Mto
year nounthey have no hesitancy thatn pcan particles of iron and stone, The effects even if the ever i poen not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annyag
noundng and ins healthy as any that can the weather ad the alternations of and harmful even if ot infective to the patient, and it must be looked upon
be found, and instead of ducking into ofeweatherant altf as an evidesep of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
the shade when the ho; rays of the cold and beat disintegrate all exposed s an evdene of nae if he shows evidence of mosquito stings.
sun come down, go about their work surfaces. To these particles, which 6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurve unless she
as though they had an awning to form the dust invariably present in has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science and
cover them. The sun is hot, to to dwellings and in the streets, there must experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infetco patients and
sure, but it has killed mighty few. if be added the innumerable minute cells f rom the Inect who are dependent upon her knowledge nd exerto for safty
any, people in the South, while in the of vegetable origin incessantly floating the infct ,
North It has caused many hundred in the air, and on a complete view the 7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
deaths the past summer, dust produced by the disintegration of handle in protecting her patients are:
Don't be afraid to spend the surr- meteors by contact with our atmoe. (A) The Mesquite Bar (Bobbinet Preferted), to Isolate the Patient in His BedL
mer in Florida, and when, a person phere must also be mentioned. 1. The netting of bars must hare meshes fine enough to prevent the
talks of malaria, just compare figure Dust accordingly consists of portions passage of mosqutoes.
with them. Florida is a healthy wti- of all substances, organic and inorgan- 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
ter and summer resort. which decay by natural proeses patient's body I in contract with the netting.
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MOR'-4NG, OCTOBER 7, 1i01


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M et stos were cheap because f a
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tMe margse in- the catalome which has
bem desrie as perfectt." but It liable to
prov a wr epemve prime: forSe
-bnes to o trouble wi al fromh this
e*toam a me's time-ft may met btes or
ok prope r. or It may come fee Ulike a
uemotive. Thee Me material in the stove
a may wear so poortr that at the sod of a
pearorsoit wEIhave tobe replaced.
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w rM, mdl wam yee par a saS prim for a
sem e. t proe must coer t cost of material
a ber. md beset a reasonable p1et. o-
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S"KMADSUM ON HIM AND HIS
FRIENOS FEAR FOUL PLAY--
STAT9 EXAMINER HAD CHARG-
E-D MSM WITH 4SHORTAGE IN
COUNTY'S MONEY.


The Jac1MoniUle Times-Unim 0
Oct. 5, aarb: Israel J. McCall, former
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hamilton
County and candidate for the oW1ee of
State Comptroller in the primaries in


Lout Stoves GOOD TIMES "'.'WEst
"a and Regga s the Wor To b enttI= An Ordinance to Re-
Tes quaeire s Car Companies and
ItsoowoftO our W peop |af |i fta" 00wo O 2P g Street Cars alon*
VM sot o yu dw my oba ation to bruy., thu StratsWW the City of Pensacola
Wesimply desN ea*,..ag,ti..S gl to give youthe F Umrnieh '-eparate Cars, or Divi-
eve0mm of ta m nI, WMdl rof slens in Cars, or other Provisions
Mar" Stees a& ongs% ad leave M buy iog for the Separalt of White and Col
0, *w orad Passengfs:
ia 1orer t1as d iniSm D msdnMoses o DIlNN Wdf itb_ Be it ordal ed by the Mayor and
shll last, m eah t of Iitamphe twe bet the City Council of the City of Pen-
mateorals. a0100169t1n sacola:
,"as md St oes ea I n dab artI en EntatAdinm nt at Section 1. That all persons, compa-
and handsome a ppearmace. The are lly a r nies or corporations operating street
nickeled-and"each' lad" wilast-aMtia. iFaer tntio Camp. car lines in the City of Pensacola
*o r nS" ommesesandosew t'-bmrr rT Camp. shall Arnish separate accommodas
out." but will bet and cook .pa md .d.wl tons for. white and colored passen-
We have local dealers who btdle or stoves gers. A failure to comply with these
smciuseivly. is early wy vles.seowamd Camp Murray, Oct. 6-Had the &.1 provisions shall subject the persons
city i the Unid States. Yoa cn sm aine isens of Pensaoola been near the De- so offending to a fine of twenty-five
'nG m&" amw you bay. Instead o tention Camp Murray last night be- dollars or imprisonment for sixty
after. Youcammsatis y y tween 7 and 9 o'clo-k they would days.
s tlMi"pMas i probably have thought that they had Section 2. That every street car
l Ther wlbe no frI.i arrived at ar opera hou:e rather than company or person operating a street
to pay em "Gaulad" a camp for refugees from Yellow car line along or upon the streets of
an d the iaier wa met Jack. In place of electric foot lights the City of Pr.sacola shall make pro.
temsrwM ehm Is ar.d scenery there was a large ben visions, rules and regulations for the
If me d aler I you fire from which rolled a flame twenty Feparation of white passengers from
to afto"aeet high. The chef anI his force o colored passengers by separate cars
stove Not ti yor local cooks gave a regular minstrel and; or fixed divisions or movable screens
dealers stWelk. y can vaudeville. This lasted about two or other method' of division in the cars
eajo tl aWboveadvan- hours after which all reLired to their of such lines. A failure or refusal by
eases. We ewi makel respective tents *ary such street car company or other
sacit e tso Fine sugar cane to e had a-.d person to make such provisions, rule
awmttle t^ oyw takouatuo ..erh rsuga r ha ne tbe _th Pe or regulations, shall be punished by
wE be ed to taken altogether this beats Pen- e not to exceed fifty doars for
a~ property set up ready sacola "all hollow. a i e not to exceed fifty doars for
for use In yor own ome. Yesterday Mr. H. C. oppe w each offense, each day of such failure
for uoe "n own ~Y~e. s terda y M r I CL C 1 o pperf w aa'-.
0The Wrte G atO m appointed admiral of the cleaning up or refusal shall constitute a separate
2Is6m St0 accpaefr e.A tera i oitment Dr.! offense.
meryst.oeandsprotets yo by absol force. After his appointment by Dr Section 3. That conductors or other
guaratee that ery 'G d is as ser- Banks be gathered his bquad and the Imployes in charge of such cars sba 1
sented- sBt. scene presented resembles Pensacoa assign passengers to their respe .;-N
very much only house ar e of canvas car or division provided by said coln-
Se and you lore not allowed in the back panies or persons under the provi-
ISN-OK, s yard. sions of this act.
t kNA graded walk is beingmalie Section 4. That any passenger wiE-
ar* Mt around the "Bull Ring" and to the din- fully occupying any car or division of
tomc w ..... 0 ing room as it is the mtct important car other than that to which he has
t of raw 10 1. place. been assigned as aforesaid, shall be
S rlais i.'I"" Everybody is sattifiel with condi. punished by a flne not to exceed
................tions, especially as Mr. H. M. Cooper twenty-five dollars or by imprisonment
wra"- ,- is golag to open up a barber shop. not to exceed thirty days. Conductors
P.o ..._. All that is missing is a steam laur- or other employes in charge of such
.a~k A *lwkm,. dry. The latest improved barber chair cars or divisions of cars may ejecL
0,60 'W lo>g is used by Mr. Cooper. This consists therefrom any passenger who wilfully
LtOW"W-uu of a camp stool with a post driven up occupies any car or division other
behind it upon which the "vicUtia" than that to which he has been as-
tlve hsbConmpasy ig. a ^ o e So kind and courteous are Dr section 5. If any conductor or other
Iad Iasies la am WeM Banks, Dr. Von Esd.rf and Dr. employee having charge of any spci
Stearns, assisted by Dr. Jno. McDer- car shall permit white and colored
maid, that the parting will hardly he passengers to occupy the same car in
PA longed for by many. Everything thit case separate cars are provided, or
PE.ARA N L is within their power 'o do for the divisions in case separate cars be not
comfort of the campers they do cheer- provided, he shall be punished by
fully and we wish them to accept the fine not to exceed fifty dollars or im
COUNTY M AN sincere thanks of all the refugees. prisonment not to exceed sixty days.
Section 6. That nothing in this ordi-
The Arrival There. nance shall be construed to prevent
We arrived at camp in a drizzling the running of extra or special cars
had brought with him was la the rain and were feeling anything but for the exclusive accommodation of
room In the satchel was a revolver comfortable but this wai soon forgot- either white or colored passengers, if
that Mr. McCall usually carried, ser ten when we were escorted by Dr. C. regular cars for the accommodation
eral letters and papers and the artt- E. Banks t. the examination room. ot both white and colored passengers
cles usually -carried by a man goirg The doctors did everything In their are operate' as required by this ordi-
on a trip for a day or two. Nothing !n power to make the examination pleas- nance, and run at sach intervals of
any of the letters or papers threw any ant. After the examination and regis- time as is now or may hereafter be
light on the dlaappearanc of Mr. Me- try we were assigned to our respec- required by ordinances of the city.
Call. tive 'tents. Section 7. 'fhat*V nothing in this or-
Then a search was instituted Four Wall street is occupied by all the dinance shall, be construed to apply
of Mr. McCall's brothers were tele- families while Broadway is a regutl r t nurses attending children, or inva-
graphed for and arrived here yester- Bachelor street. The amusements ara Ilds, of the other race.
day morning. Mr. Duncan consulted baseball ad m igsoinAL Sectionf 8. T a all ordinances and
Col. J. N. Stripllnu& United SttLes The fare is bUtterothaa eould be ex- parts of ordi In tonfltqt here
Attorney, an old friend. Mr. Stripling pected and the service ai best. Wei wth be ta m afe atherebyre-
aided in the investigation. Mr. Mc- have some K- K. Ko. walters. Meals pealed.
Rae was swen by Mr. Duncan atid Mr. are served at 7 a. m, 12., and 6 p. section 9. That iays ordinance shall
Stripling, but could throw no light on m take eect teen days afer its pas-
the disappearance. Absolutely nothing As the sun faies toward the west sage dan! 14)rova1
could be learned in regard to Mr. Mc- the song of the birds is heard no Passed A vet. Sept. 7
Call's movements after :130 o'clock more and no sound comes to the ears over Mayos veto, Sept. 27,
Friday nig it. of the "campers" but the soft sighing 1905Attest.
Foul Play Sispected. of the winds through the pines, we Attest:
The hospitals were visited and the recede to our beds of rest. C E. Clerk.


1902, basa rysterioualy disappeared. police were requited to aid in the
Nothing has bees *eea of Mr. Me- search. Mr. Duaean and the Messrs.
Call since lest Friday uight at 7:30 McCall, brothers of the missing man,
o'clock, when he took supper with '. spent the entire day trying to locate
J. McRae and J. T. McCormick of this1 him or ge. some clue to is where-
ety in Gilreath's restaurantL I r;outs. They are thoroughly con-
He came to Jacksoarille last Fr'- vinced that Mr. McCall had been a
day morning from his bome in Jas- victim of foul play, but the police
per, and stopped at the Everett Ho have heard of nothing that leads them
tal. being given room No. Z3. During to believe that there is any ground
the day he purchased a pair of shoes for such opinion.
ftrm the Mrrvin Shoe Co., for one ct Did N" ~ e S o nw.
s chkldrea. and left the shoes in h'.s The fact that Mr. McCall said be
brokerage Arm of .J. McRae with I Ct
Mr. M raid lhim $1a. Tabaa office. No. steamer q qryg passen-
d an *ccout. .gers sallzI last Satuway morning.

one of the banks and melang Th e Cmanheesaileti'an daymorn.

R- rods out to Riverside Call sailing onathe Coma hee.
&meson a trolley car. They left the
car at the corner of Bay and Jul:s Family Relations Pleasn
Streets,. and Mr. McRae stated that be Now as to the Jasper end of the
left Mr. McCall in front of the Ever- story. M:. Dincaa,' tatner-in-law nf
tt Hotel office. Mr. McCall, said yesterday that there
Last Seen of Him. was no reason In the world for Mr.
Th manager of the Everett, Mr. McCall leaving in such mysterious
manner and that neither he nor his
geMarn, remenbers seenin family belhived for a moment that he
Mr. McCall in the office about 6:20 had intentionally disappeared. They
oClock but did not pay any attenuton are irmly convinced that there has
as to wbet'er he went to his room or been foul psy of some kind. Mr. M
Mr. J. T. McCormick who rooms at Call's fam.1y relatioms were always
the T McCerettk who rooms at pleasant, said Mr. Duncan. He was a
o e e, aidd yesterday that ab devoted husband and faaer and the
7 o'clock he w e introduced to Mr. fact that Le purchased he ahoes for
McCall, and that the trio went to ti and pe them n ls
Ollreath 's restaurant, where they took satchel shows that be intended tc his
j satchel shows that he intended tc
supper. He said that Mr. McCall wis carry them home wtth him.
not drinking, and, in act, refused totem home wh him.
take a drink, saying that he did not Could Explain Shortas.
drink. I As to financial difculties, Mr Dun-
Wa Going to Charleston. can said that while there had been
While a' suppr ?.ir. McCormick chares of a sbrtagr 'cCall s
SaMcCorick accounts a clerk of the court., Mr
sars that Mr. McCall remarked thrt McCall had discovered that there was
he was going to leave he next morn- one item of about $2,200 with wihL
lag for Charleston on the s:eam& he was charged which was not cr-
Mr. McCormick thought nothing ct rectly changed to him. He should
this. and, in fact, did not rememb-r .have been credited wth the $2,200.
aSnhing more about :he meeting Only last v.cek Mr. McCall had ds. t
with Mr. M(Ca: until yesterday covered another item of $l100 whicH
when inquires were made at the h -'had not beei credited to him.
tel regarding the disappearance of M'.i According to Mr. Dnit can Mr. M.
McCaiL t
The first news of the disappearance t
of Mr. McCall that reached the ci-yv u
was Tuesday night, when Mr. James m A


M. Duncan of Jasper, fther-in-law ot
Mr. McCal:. arrived here, and ascer-
tained that nothing was known of Mr
McCall's whereabouts.
Satchel in the Room.
Mr Dunran soon learned that Mr.
McCall had stopped at the Evere';
Upon going to that hotel and laquir
lag for his son-in-law. the clerk saw
that the rowom was still charged to Mr.
CcCall. He then remembered that he
a seen nothing of that gentleman
for several days Upon going to the
rowu with Mr. Duncau, they fcual
that the satchel which Mr. McCanl


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HarmK. i wake wIt.l te uiroway
knowledge that something Is wrong.
What noise it that? Ssh! A marac-
der in our tent. I dare not cry ont
lest It be bny last breath so I wa't
trembling, but fully conscious. He
comes my way. I can hear him as he
softly glides toward me. He comes
toward my cot and bends over. I
spring up grappling with him and my
fingers reach his throat. He sinks
slowly down and is unconscious. The
noise has attracted the guard of th9
camp and he comes in to find murder-
ed and rapidly growing cold the body
of --- a mosquito!


Our stores will be closed Monday
and will re-open Tuesday morning.
Customers will all please take notice.
D. KU(BELAXAN & 00.
Cact3t.

CLOSING NOTICE.
On account of the Jewish Day of
Atonement my store will be closed
Monday, October 9, 1905.
sat-sun L. JACOOBY.

CLOSING NOTICE.
The Solomon Furniture Co store
will be closed Monday on account of
holiday.
2ts. SOLOMON FUTRN[TURE 00.

CLOSING NOTICE.
The Lewis Bear Co. store will be
closed Monday on account of holiday
2ts THE LEWIS bEAR CO.


TAX RATE LEVY ORDINANCE
An Ordinance to provide for the levy
of Ad Valorem Taxes for Year 1905.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Pensacola:
Section 1. That there shall be,
and are hereby, levied upon all the
real and personal property within th-3
corporate limits of the City of Pen-
sacola, Fla., not exempt from taxa-
tion by the Constitutton of Florida,
the following ad valorem taxes for
the year 1905.
First: A tax of three (3) mills for
the purpose of providing a fund for
the use of the City for General Pur-
poses.
Second: A tax of one (1) mill for
Police Purposes.
Third: A tax of one and one
quarter (1 %) mills for Streets,
Parks, and Public Works.
Fourth: A tax one one and one
half (1 %) mills for the payment of
the interest, and providing a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
of the Bonded Indebtedness of the
City.
Fifth: A special tax of three and
one quarter (3 %) mills on all prop-
erty (except real estate sitauted more
than two thousand (2000) feet from
the nearest fire hydrant) for protec-
tionr from fire.
Sec. 2. That all Ordinances and
parts of Ordinances in conflict here-
with, be and the same fre hereby re-
pealed.
Sec. 3. That this Ordinance shall
take effect immediately upon its pas-
sage and approval.
Passed Sept. 29, 1905.
inrna sent^ .rf 29- 190.;


FAREiRS REFUS



TO SELL THEIR



COTTON


Six HIudred Bales in Montglmery
Hailed Away from Cotto



Montgomery, Ala., Oct. 6.-There
was a remarkable condition presented
to the people of the city yesterday
when owners of six hundred bales of I
cotton,hauled it from the square and
refused to accept less than 10 cents a
pound for it. And the strength of the
situation for the farmer was that every
n'erchant, banker and warehousemant
in the city was stan'DAg by him and
offering him all the help he wanted to
keep the staple from the buyers at the
price that was named, 9% cents.
As soon as it was shown that there
would be offered only the price named
there was a rush to meet the situa
tion. Warehousenen came forwardd
and told the owners that they would
take the coUtcn and let tni-m nave $40
a bale on It and bold it for them until
the price went to 10 cents. The prop-
(,sition was generally accepted though
some was hauled back to the homes
of the owners. It is given out that
practically none was sold at the pre-
vailing price.
Sick headache is caused by a disor- "
dered condition of the stomach and'
*is quickly cured by Chambe gain's
Stomach and Lirer Tablets. For sale
by all druggists.


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Call expected to appear before tVe ^,v. ... ... .order.
Board of County Commissioners at Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS, corde 3r. T
the meeting last Monday and prove C. E. MERRITT,k. Mayor. take effect
conclusively that the charges of a approval.
shortage against him were incorrect. LICENSE TAX ORDINANCE. Sec. 4. T
He was satisfied that iie could make LICENSEparts of ordi
the matter clear. An Ordinance Relating to License. with be and
Mr. McCall was popular in Hami)- Taxes. pealed.
:on County. When he ran for oefe Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Passed Sep
there he was generally Teferred to as Council of the City of Pensacola: Approved
plough boy of Hamilton County. He Section 1. That Section 380 of Attest:
made a good race. None of his friends the Code of Ordinances of 1902, as C. E. MER'
think that be has run away to escape amended by an ordinance approved
he responsibility of the charges made September 29th. 1904, be and the
against him at the meeting of the same is hereby amended so as to read
County Commissioners on Sepfmber as follows: Pensacol
ith. Section 380. Circuses shall pay a Notice is h,
Had $1,200 With Him. Ueense tax of Two Ih-indred (2uJ) partnership h
Dollars per day, and each sideshow F. E. Bayles
While no one here appears to know with a circus shall pay a license tax and doing bus
that Mr. McCall speculated, it Is of Ten (10) Dollars per day; all other r.ture Co., d(
known that Mr. T. J. icRae, the shows, exhibitions or performances.: nd 23 East C
broker, paid him on Friday, $100. Be- given for profit, (other than thosd Florida, is h
sides this, it is stated, that he brought given in licensed theatres) shall pay Payless retiri,
about $1,209 with him from home. -a license tax of Twenty-Five (25): selling hi a nt
This money was to have been invest Dolars per day. !Gray. All act
ad in a rea! estate trausactioa. H's Theatres, or Opera Houses, shill 'hall be pa'd
relatives telieve that the money In his; pay a license tax of One Hundred. ite by sa d fir
possession was the cause of foul pha) (100) Dollars per annum. Variety
and fear that when any news is hearI shows giving musical, theatrical. or:
it him tna- it will bring to light a minstrel paerirtmances. in p a-es, or'
horrible crime. I rooms, adjoiftg; or cotinected with., 'tSeptoaw4w.


NICE FRESH
HALF SHELL
APOSTLE.


OYSTERS ON THE
DAILY AT NICK


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any place where liquor is sold, drunk
or handled, and all halls, or places.
where dances, concerts, or entertain-
ments. either vocal or instrumental.
or other forms of entertainments are
held in, or within one.hundred feet of
any 'bar room, or other place where
liquor is sold, drunk or handled or
connected with, or run in connection
with any bar room or such other
place, and all places of entertainment
know as "Free and Basy," shall pay
a license tax of Twenty-Five Hundred
(2500) Dollars per annum.
Sect. 2. That Section 405 of the
Code of Ordinances of 1902, a.
amended by an ordinance approved
September 29th, 1904* be and the
same is hereby amended so as to read
as follOws:
Section. 405. Each veterinary sur.
geon shall pay a license tax of Five,
(5) Dollars per annum. Each Osteo-
path shall pay a license tax of Ten
(10) Dollars per annum.
Sec. 8. That this ordinance shall
take effect October li1, 1905.
Sec. 4. That all ordinances, and
parts of ordinances, in conflict here-
with 'be and the same are hereby re.
pealed.
Passed Sept. 29, 1905.
Approved Sept. 29. 1905.
Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS,
C. E. MERRITT Mayor.
Clerk.
ICE SCA ES ORDINANCE.
An Ordinance Regulating the Pedd!-
ing and Sale of Ice on the Streets
of the City of Pensacola:


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WM. H. KNOWiAl President.
THOS. W. BRFNT, Asst. Cashier.


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Section 1. That all persons, firms
and corporations who shall engage in
the business of peddling, or of selling
Sand delivering ice on the streets of
the City of Pensacola, shall provide
envh vehicle owned, or controlled by
them In which Ice shall be peddled. or
conveyed for sale and delivery, as
aforesaid, with suitable scales, tested D C R
and approved by the City Inspector DIRECTORS
of Weights and Measures, and shall
weigh, or cause to be weighed, on
said scales all Ice sold and delivered
from said vehicle in the presence of
the purchaser thereof, or in the pres-F idl d
enee of the agent, or servant of such Forein ad
purchaser, If such purchaser, agent.
or servant shall request cr desire the We draw our
same to be so weighed. change on Groal
Sec. 2. That any person, firm or Germany, Franc
corporation owning, controlling, or in Holland, Spa~i,
charge of any vehicle lu which ice Norway, Sweden
shall be peddled or conveyed for sale other European
or delivery, as aforesaid, who shall
fail to provide the same with the
scales as herein provided, or who Safety Deposit
shall refuse or fail to weigh ice sold --
and delivered from such vehicle as had a Prr
is required by the foregoing section,
shall upon conviction thereof in the l m &- I"
Police Court be punished by a fine
not exceeding Fifty Dollars ($50.) or eq
by imprisonment not exceeding thirty
days, or by both such fine and impris-
onment in the discretion of the Re.- L .InssAM-


a. M. baSasji., UAI
hat this ordinance shall t ,
teen (15) days after its fi
hat all ordinances and
nuancess in conflict here- .... ..W .


the same are hereby re-
t. 27, 1905.
Sept. 28, 1905.
CHAS. H. BLISS,
RITT, Mayor.
Clerk.
NOTICE.
a, Fla., Sept. 28, 1905.
ereby given that the co-'
eretofore composed of
and F. 0. Click. trading
iness as the Rader Fur-
tng business at No. 21
Garden street, Pensacola.,
heby diwaolve!, F. E.
Ag froip said firm and
terest therein to Jno. C.
counts due said firm
to them and all accounts
m slall be paid by them.
F. 0. CLCK.
F. XE. BAYL'-S,
JNO. C. GRAY.


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SULPHUR,


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SULPHUR CANDLES,


A. D'A ElDlETE,


Phone 109.


121 SOUTH PAU OX STREET.


DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR 1


FEVER


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W. K. HYIR. JR, V.-Pres. and Caals
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashair.


National Bank
d Pemcos a,M


SC Brent, W. A Blount. mL H. Knowles,
W. L. Hyer, Jr., D. C. Brent


Domeic Exchange Bought and SoIL


own Bills of Ex-
Britain, Ireland,
* Austria, Italy,
eiglum, RNussia,
n, Denmark, and
countries.



Vessels disbursed upon the most
Favorable Terms, and their obli-
gations taken paysple at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Ves.
sel Arrives there.


Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
ivate Depart"ueat for the use of Renters.

wi u-lnat ner- Paw on Depos .
W of 4 per 4 W per amNm.
B I -


es~gs". T %% JLLSli. V.rz PassiApj?

,ns N i;WhaI Dank,

MORA Ait V.r. To
IgM~e~.L fitna rvr-sea
0 %$$S~KINGBUSNINESS TRANSACTSi,


J.S. RESPA Fa14SLt W. MZ-NEFC.'E. Casbier*
R. M. CANT, Vice-President.
filt PtluPLE's BANK ot t l'%SvV;JL i.
Directors-L. J. OLL.cv**, J. S. Seesa., W. D.C. Kewaer, R. M. "ry,I
W. A. D'Alembort. T. A. Jennings.
TUANSACTS A 4 PZNIIURZ A.%k~iNGBusiNE~ss.
TOUR ACCOUV'T 19 REFPFCTFt7L1A SOLICITED
00 see fees4


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Hary IU Covlngtea,
J. M. Pfeife.
Bryan DOuwody,
Frank ltely,
W. S. Rosso,
T. F. MoGouria,
F. K. B-awner,
C. W. Lamar,
J. R. SaUnders,


S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery.
W. H. Mtiton, Jr.,
0. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawtaon,
C. A. O'Neal.
Dr. W. J. Hannsa,
McKenzie Oentl-,
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Covtngton.


YO DO NT NEED THEM I


YELLOW FEVER!


MAKE A DETERMINED ATTACK ON THEM I


LET USu orE mrYOon, W5CM AS


$ULPHU3 POWSDEHR,


YE ALLOW


At st St d year I es a gea t deal 1 of alara m ad chils and fever.
Asap ulw lv prevwltlt try

LEWIS' 4 A AND CHILL CURE
IT CURBS TO STAY CURED.
Sold at all drug stores or at
LW C, Wda Drgts, East Govrmat Stree
W IPkOas 00 OO.J"T'



No. 5M03
H. L. COVINGTON, Presdent M. I. CLARK, Cashier.
C W. LAMAR, Vile-Preldent. JNO. PrEIFFER. Aist. Casher.
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, 8200,000 Surplus, $40,000
30=JEWLrWo*,L A40


Aeoeunta of anks, Individuals, COrporatlons, and Firms Solkted.
Pour per sit. Interest paid on Time Deposlts.


Sic arm D[motk, AnumiciteC 0 A L
awd oIarkat~ithCA
D)ee-tft..2 faft Piikaffstreet. Tolopbove 98.
Tardsf ow Moftonse sadMWGonzales strowetsPlhnr


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V S4*RRlIN, OCTOBER 7, 1905


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ii.TROUBLE mNADIOLA [f IE
r T,~f~ uT M UM. a ,

| | age" =I 8 slTOts FOR NON.
1" 11 -1 as0 to ala dWIeT"cU w.M A-


Ne everrone remembers the"
little Uraft Dreanland Ciy which was i ( -
HAM LINS built -a operated by Mayor C. H. w UnuS n wI
O IL BlissM1 g t before that versatile pea-
0e -- tlemm eve got into polhaocs. Nearly Muhpkl MEdU S
Seryo also remembernd the Interest-
tag Zj t e l time which the oveeriment %l dof eWoi Cr-
beller lb pectors had with the vessel
wba they were trying to decide in
what d-ssilfation she f'o7ged.

Eg theine the fe *W S f ieit nd Mo e (Formerly Advert !"=4sa old as C ie* of Pen.aola are AM r.
U VM S de aon gor l ag- the lIte craft has had trouble over SATIMOL.A.. s pondlng slowly to the camll for a relief
there. e Herald says: No change In m e n ba n
The NME onlyom or io*vke0^ fundl The money Ibt a lynd e dd!
V qesl Heavily Fine& hahe tutwsd aI to
S"specal Deputy Collector of C to have valuable preparation more money is needed, and all
> toms F. F. Conway 'got busy' with the used with any other.) those who are able to afford It are
ft f parol boat Dreamland City,, doing NADINOLA is guaranteed, and mosby urged to send in contributions. The
_a_, s duty at the mouth of Mobile rier, will be refunded In every ase whom .na to the f t to date are as,
Pont ..I. K X I= cc and as a itsult the pecuitar craft Ic it fails to remove freckles, piplea, follows:
J4,kaf -, t t t f l tied UP rcioss the river, out of cowm- liver-spots, collar discoloration al- The Dato,.
^ -I' H .a~ -.a milsslo, and a large Ane against heri lowness, sun-tan, black4heads, dit1S- . n
sb e 8-y yal l lWe owner and master. The Dreamland during eniptions, etc. The worse caM .rot IMNati nal Bank...........5$00.00
sm ai --dgy t Wou City was built In Pensacola over a in 20 days. Leaves the skin clear, w. S. Keyser Co............. 200.00
r .... e and at the time was called soft healthy, and restores the be y American Nallonal Bank...... 200 0
=An I Ubsd Han h I *baatarXl vessel. The builder pro- of vouth. Consolidated Grocery Co...... 250.011 i
M IM I kick affeetAd a per- vided the craft with a peculiar kind Price, 50cts and $1.00. Sold In each r.J .chey er................ 1
,, .... ..f srtnapgaratums whereby water and gas n city by all leading druggista, of by b. e .... ......."" 00^0'
?I 9 9 h50C .d$ l line wem' mixed, causing a vapor mall. aembla kealty o.......... 50 (
o" g6 am jd ba which propelled the erat very rar- prepar-d only by Lee Daniel .................. 25. 00
WHITME PHARMACY, idly. 'Uaked States inspectors viewed NATIONAL TOILET CO, Paris, TeAm. H nah Blount...... ......... 10.00
P csnoo, Fla. the vism'l and declared ner not amer:- an. B....rok .......*.......1000* *
.-_. I N.W. -o 44L"' able to the laws regulamtn steam People's Bank .......... ....... 100.00 :
e u^ UIm m sb ot l relat sels did not hesitate to clam the boat as Pensacola Water Compaay.... 100.00
S"This fact was sue cent to keep her having vapor power and they too6 LASle E. Brooks.............. 00
immme, also her owner and master, no more chances in trying to work J. M. Obe..................... lOt00
T ME R ON CASE from cer-e taxes nes ar for her into the steam power classifies-a. Pensacola Invetmnut Co..... 100.00
the oper*Mion of steam vessels. Sp. tion. Southern at L ber o. 100.::
cAliJ DiU ICI ounreikCn l1 a,,onway Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.M i
AGAIN CONTINUED cea, t otev Co l.."t oeveninga nd A Judicious inquiry. consolidate Naval Stores Co.. 100.00
found that former conditions had been A well known traveling man who v We oanLmber 500
change and that the Dreamland City its tihe drug trad says he has often A Sa ind o.. .......... a.60.00
SEFENRANT WANTED TIME TO was being operated by steam. Then heard druggists inquire of customer Penbrs St ". -"dre
It was that he 'got busy.' The vessel who askea' for a cough medicine e ,. Ann -rws -
PSEPARE MOTION TO QUASH after.lestlgation, was fined $500 for whether it was wanted for a child or D KUg steams ........... 100 250
.....i.. operatht without a certlcate of in- for an adult, and It for a child they hi
AFFIDAVIT. specti; J. .A. Landers, the owner almost Invariably recomarended Cham. P- mWhter. "o .... .5 i
and center, was fined $100 for acting berlain's Cough Remedy. The reason "0g Coeman Co.............. 2.00 '
as eiieeer and master without I-; for this is that they know there Is-ri ao. F Warren ................ ". .0
Those who went up to the police cense, sd the vessel was fined $100( danger from It and that it always F L.',h are ............... 5.00
eurt yesterday to hear the outcome for operating without a license. It is cures. There is not the least danger Jno B. Jones................ 5.00
4K the gialmet Dr. J. S. & Herron we've undertomd Mr. Landers will endeavor In giving it, an,& for coughs, colds ad T. H. Lannon & Co........... 15001
ega n deapipotnted, as the case was to have sone of the fina-s remitted. croup it is unsurpassed. For sap by Wm. Johnson & on .......... 25 00
agd, m end. and It may be tried "The Dreamland City was declared, all druggists. Clutt6r Music House .......... 10.00
tls M lang at the time she was b ilt to be the Meyer Shoe Store ..... ....... 6.0
The 4ee is an interesting one and only vtessel of the kind ever coming T T Standard Clothin Co ........ 10.00
May -- Ipatient about the matter,, under the observation of inspectors. TAMPA TO HAVE Douvlle Timber and Land Co. 5.00
ba at -" request of the defendant ir. and ahe proved for some time a pu-- Maxwell & Reeves.."........ 29.000
ater f prepare a motion to qua ie to them." 9 F HFI Pasoo, Jr.................. 5.00
No o~fvit, the case was again con- Their Pensacola Experience. 20 I F V>TA lN LL p. Campbell.. ............. 5.00
s motion, it is understo L The ipectors will no doubt long H. H. Boyer................... 500
e altht thel validity of the ordin- member the experience. they ha Kress & Co....... .......... 10.00
e a the 'rght of a sanitary 1 when they inspected te vessel 1i WORK HAS COMENCED AND D. Hale Wilson.............. 25.00
qpecmr to eter the home of a pr., Penama, She was operated by a A. M. Avery......,,............ 25.001
v te nhdual aga~st the latter's peculw cmubluton hootwater and v3 NEARLY A HALF MILLION Gordon & Brown.............. 15.00 P
The eoeloeq of the .ase will hwae pMr. e nee t ich m Bliss OOLLARS ILL BE TEX Pebley ........ ....... 0 C
T he Ian, b earin wil t he futWillurave had 1 uted sad built himself and ForbesP urniture 0 .......... 40018
*a itp rtant bearing ..pon the tre which he claim.eddid not come under PENDED ON IT. N. G. Fwrciaer..........1.. o J.
ek oI the health a--thorlles I t1n a steam power classifcaltion and the H. I. 1 25.00 A
neamt 9ftht for control of the fever oat was. therefore s t A bAleubject to............ 10.00
aatleS a"d it is therefore looked s tembo ilerber bc J MrCHe ............. 25.00 8
srwar to with more than ordinary The The Tampa Times says: Work on Sol Caha & Co............... 25.00 L
Toettrl .tdesldSdtht the a powe the twenty-foot channel from deep B. Genroa............ ....... 1500 JL
ov er decided that the power was water in the bay to the docks of Tam- tryger ............. 17.00 M
-=.. .. steam Ww-'-. In an effort to prove pa commence.'- tomorrow. Oreen & Watsqa ............ 10.00 S
that the power was nota sted am but This simple announcement is one J. C. VasPelt................5. g. M
vapor, Mr. Blhs put a lighted matr of the most important that has been The Peniacola Journal........ 25.00 M
Under Nto Ma ementcang steam r vapor from marked in Tampa for mrny a day. It C. B. Parkhih ...... ..... 10 00 D
~ Ma fl~L a gaumi cock wth the result that an x 'ans the consummation of the great Naval Btpres Export Co.. .. .. 250.(3t J.
A de~htfal resort immune from expklstod followed when drove Cait. plans of Congressman Sparkman for W. B. Wright Co........... 50.00 C
er, ft to refugees elegant a- Blis d the two inspectors ovtr-his home ct, and the realization of N. Apostle .................. 25.00 L
h o erweek.ard at $25 per ard a ed all of the more or t aspirations of every loyal citizen McDavid-Hyer Co............ 26.00 F
a. AEverya t engxper enllsetr of Tampa. It also means, in all R. G. Bushnell............... 20.00 R
Afterw that experience the Ispector probability, the commencement of the A. A. PIsher................ 50.00 J.
41- | great ocean-going commerce that H. Baars & Co................ 100.00 )P
1ip r^*r y should of right be centered in this Pensacola Lumber Co........ 10.0n 0
SJourna D aly ras n Feature c. F Brent................ 25.00 G
The comnnincement of work on the John Shepard ................ 5 00 Jc
--r-- ~cut had been planned for the latter A. DtLustro ........ /...... 10.00 P.
part of September, and in fact, the Alex Zellus .................. 10.00 J.
engineers' office was formerly notified D. Lery ...................... 1.00 W
by the contractor that the dredge I B. J. Dunham ................ 5.00 R
Should commence on Septenber 28th. Golf Machine Co.............. 25.00 A
However, the failure of the oil tanlks O. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00 Sc
to hold fuel for the arede to arrive Bar Pilots................... 100.0 F.
in the city on time, cause' the delay W. B. Lamar................. 100.00 R
rUof a :ew days. However, the oil Scarritt Moreno .............. 5 00 D.
SSSStanKs have arrived, and are now In W. S. Rosasco ............... 10.00 Li
l'ace. and tle dredge will turn over Marine Grocery Co............ 500 L.
this afterpnoor for the first time under H. Muller.................... 590 W
her now m.chiner, F. O. Howe & Co............ 25.00
The dre r':ing operations tomorrow J. C. Porter................. 10 00 L.
.11 be acnmrplishei' und-r the act J. A. Chaon ................ 25.00 Su
the s~eeriu of a twenty-foot channel J. B. Roberts................. 10.00 Bi
**- ,, *^rcm ,iep water to the mouth of the J. P. Williams Co............ 100.00 i.
H1llborou'sh river. It also included i t. A. JeWnings.............. 10.00 Jo
a turniin hasin at the mouth of the Geo. W. Wright.............. 5.00' W
riv-r, and set horizontal to the axis Cash .. .......................oR Mi
cf the channel. Quina & Guttman............10.40 Ri
The contract, was let severalweeks Frank Reilly ................ 25.00 Ca
aga to the Atlantic. G(ulf and Pacific S. A. Friedman................ 10.00 L.


SDinedging Compan.. which bid at the D. Dannheisser .............. 5 00 M
rate of 14 cents per cubic yard for all H. O. Anson.................. 1000 Pr
Si sit material removed, Incdhi.ing mud Marstbn & Qulna ............. 25.00 Aa
sand and shell. and $4.90 per cubic W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00 St.
)ard for rock. The specifications es N. Goldrng .................. 15.00 W
mate that 2.315.000 cubic yards of Cash...................... 5.00 W
Ssnd and 3.300 cubic yards of rock W. H. Whlte & Co............ 5.00 R
Lvii iiovc in com pi etn A


wi nav to be removed in completion
ihe dredging contract.
I n months for concluding the work. At'
Present only one dredge of the corn.
( pany is engaged on the work, but it
I found necessary, another may be seat
'later. Work will be commenced on
'he upper end of the cut, near the
mouth of the river.
Unler the terms of the appropria-
tion only $100,000 is immediately
ma ailable, and should' the next cow-
gress fail to appropriate further sums,
the work will stop, as the wlaaini
contractor elated to quit work as
Soon as the amount of money lntme-:
Sdiately available became used up.
However. It is more thaa likely that
as the project has been endorsed by
congress. that Congressmam Spark.
natn will be able to secret the *dtl-
t.onal funds necessary to eoapledt
the work from the next Congress.
SMART COAT FOR THE DUMN ISELLE. Inomnia and Indigetione Cured.
Th. loose doub e-breasted eacquewitk a double row of large buttons. "Last year I had a very eerwe attack
coat is deservedly a favorite for the rStitchel straps etf sem-circular shape of indigestion. I coulm not sleep at
al!f-growu girl, on whom any sem- serve r tri-ng effect both back night and suffered nmat excrueattn~
blanc, of a fitted garment 'but serves and tOt; a the collar is a replica I pains for three hours after elah mmel.
t acceMtuat e the awkward angles of of theem. Tbe eleeve is the usual tail- I was troubled this way for lth
the immature figure The back has a ored pamirn; an pockets are inserted months when I se Cmbterliaal '
yoke over the shoulders. to which the at Coneaiet agle Oan ether tide Stomach and liver Tablets; a f -
t-ll part is pleated, the p)ea s press- of the At. In cheot* elare and celved immediate relef," ays t o
ed fat o mantatain the shape. The even nfr ges thi ma-ks tfr a Dixon, TUllamore, Outar*os Ca-d.
mrgats are onble-breeted, fastening iery apeamne. Dar sale by ll dmgiss.


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Warren Fish Co.............. 100.0
'ensacola Stables ............ 10.00'
. Thiesen ................. 100.00
southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
. S. McGaughey............. 5.00
armour Packing Co.......... 25.00
ubuisson Bros .............. 20.01)
tar Laundry ................ 15 00
. S. Brown & Co............ 2.00
dge H. Bellinger............. 15.001
[arks & Gayle ............ 50 00
wift & Co., ................. 25 001
;rs. Fannie Henderson ...... 2 50
cKenzie Oerting & Co., ..... 10 00
unwody-Aiken Co ............ 25.00
S. Roberts ................ 5.0,)l
citizens National Banb ...... 100 on
& N. R. R. Co.. ......... 100 00
W. Marshy ................. 15 00
. M. C ary .................. 10 00
Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 00
ensacola Gas Co ............ 150.001
electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100.00
oulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00'
ohn C. Avery................ 25.00
Martlnz.... ........... 5.00
W. Maloy .... .. ...... 5.00
elles-Kahn Co .. .. .. .... 25.00
hodes-Futch-Collins Co.. ....15.00
Moog, ....... ............ 10 0
cuthern Cotton Oil Co........ 50.00
E. Brawner. .............. 10.01
P. Reese..................... 5.00
H. Klusmeier.. .. .. .. .... 5.094
on Brewery ................ 25 )0
Bear Co................... 50 o9
indisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
Co. ....................... 25 00
Fiedman & Co ........... 10.00 L
illivan & Sullivan ........ 10.00
Colored List.
g Zion Sunday school .... 5 00
M. Lewey. (Sentinel) .... 2 50 6*
s. H. Janmes ............. 5 060
. H. Harvey ............... 2 00
oses Lymnan ............... I 00 *
chard Morris .............. 5 0'j
sh .......................... 56 o
F. An&drson .............. 2 00
irion Blue ................. 1 00 *
eston Gordon .............. 1 00 *
aron Johnson ............... 1 01,
Paul church ............ .. 75
ashiugton Clark ............ 5 00 *
hitfleld Dupont ............ 1 00 *
v. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue *
Baptist Church. ............. 2 00
Colored Citizen ............ L 90
nth Avenue Baptist Church 2 00 *
ron S. Johnson ............. 2 00 *
L Zion Baptist Church......... 3.16
)UNTERFEITING THE GENUINE
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated o
ney and Tar as a throat and lung *4
medy, and on account of the great
rit and popularity of 'Foley's Honey
d Tar many imitations are offered'
the genuine. These worthless im-
tions have similar sounding names.
ware of them. The genuine Foley's
'ney and Tar is in a yellow pack-
e. Ask for it and refuse any sub-.
tute. It is the best remedy for
ughs and cclds. W. A. IYAlemberte
aggist and apothercar..-, 121 South
lafft street.

OPENING OF THE


CLAOSICAL IbIUUL
At a meeting of the advisory board
"of the Peasacola Classleal School held
Sept. 25, 1"06, it was oune~ advisable to
postpone the opening of the coming
keesmon until m*-e favorable eodli-
tions prevail.
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
Pracipal.


as the greatest of


afford to miss these thrilling

. You can get them in




unday Journal.,


0 1014MiI


Credit Buys Here

As Quickly as Cash.


Conm' in and pick out what you want to make your home
as 'right and cheerful as spring time, an a1 mjoy it while
you a-e paying for it.
Rocking Chairs fr:om.................................. 1 23 to $20.00
Iron Beds .......................................$. 3.0 to $1000
Woven Wire Spr'ugs, the slecp-easy kind, for................ $2 50
Chairs ........................................... 7 cents to $4.00
Odd Dressers from......................................... $9.00 up


MARSTON & QUINA,


108-110 S. Palafx St. Phone 148,


Pensacola, Fla


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of


Sunday


Return


Holmes


9U


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 Candles, Etc.,
or with necessary preventatives,

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.



...HOOTON'S PHARMACY...
PHONE 1100
THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.



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r


-An


Elevated


Taste


Is displayed by those who
drink oar Soda Water.
They have learned to dis-
criminate between the
good ad the bad, hence
the great ppularity four
the great popularity of our
parlor.


Kandy F uden Cafe,
140 S.Paldmjj ?bwoe "99


IP"r


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TH PENSACOLA JOURNAL-, s$ATURDA- KING. OCTOBER 7, lS0


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PAGE SEVEN


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The Journal's Classife Casn Advertisements

hrI & orpE f k o eebs. o nmet*onrtasenet uw or es thas nao. f *pe se rates .i ne


it'.I


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BARGAINS IN SOME NICE HOUSES FO
AL ESTATE RENT.
REAL ST AT 10-room House on rth Hill ..$50
7 715 North Bayleh............ 40
7 room dwelling, west Garden, 3 lota, 304 North Spring-............. 25
S. ... .. .. .. .. .... ..1400.121 West Romana.............. 17
3 houses, renting $18.00 per month 806 North DeVilier........... 1
.. .. .. .. .. .... ........... $1600.323 East Gaden-...........15
7 011 E.L C tes--------


3 houses (new) renting $21.00 per 314 East Strong ............... 15
month .. .......... .. .... 100.288 West Government.....-.... I
1126 East LaRua.............. 12
4 room house, renting $7.00..S00.1 310 East Romana ............. 12
1111 South DeVillier........... 10
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00 625 West Romana ............10
per month.. .. .. .. .. .. .....$750.
4 room house west Romana $800 00
See our board for bargains in re
For Rent. estate.
7 room house, 916 Strong.. .$1 Money to lend at the lowest mark
7 room houe 9 trong.... 1- rate of interest.
5 room house, 413 Gulllemard 10.00

Sroom house, 6".thavenue. FISHER


6 room house, 409 Gulllemard. 16.00
List your real estate with me for
Sale.
Rents collected and prompt return
made. P
v roi Im v nnAAE1n


WANT1Vp hALP.WANTiED_ L LLL. DIKUVA
* M.---ky ,- y mr ble lady A prominent monthly Magauine, with 204% S. Palafox St. Fisher Buildlng.
t g M appMracen as partner for large, hlgh *Sirg sand mailliery establish- the services of a loael representative -
W ULnositive positia for right to look after renewals sadr tnrease For Il .
-m OW srcKnaddeess P. 0. subscriptlo Ist in fPnsaoola on a sal-
Goetlt* ary teals, uith a conttiskag Interest JUST v I- rge spment of
*OKfrom ,'ear to year Ia the business JUST R lvif Large shipment of
crtfd. operience dyitrable, but Imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint,
WAaTn ).--Te satha W not essential. Gooad opportunity for gallon or larger quantity. G. Morauso
Sv. wi e l s Mt yr a re' the right person. Address, Publisher, & Co., ship. chandlers and grocers, 701
Wd -- n MtMUWe or 9H you a & ox StB atiomn New York loctRS MIth Palatox. : 4oct.


n-ew e me. .p. Ph es u.. ..W. .. .
WANTED.-Men an6 boys wanted to
jriJIM,.. tai by egperwewal earn $5 day. after two months in-
S~iow an ag naliman. Good ret- struction, position guaranteed. Coyne
maws A40reas s8s, care Joeral. Bros. Do. Plumbing Schools, New York,
e C lncinati, 0So., St. Los, Me. (ree
Saa6.) octly
We ~-~ ~Be po remember that
_-__o a Ea s tWArNTED.-Aa Intelligent person may
ll f^ aad-t aM -dlht earn $10 to $15 weekly in spare
_Gem _--s ch-e--_- aa time correeponding for newspapers;
Sther -"I ft N We W ean o awvas Gind for particulars.
_V9 ---- --. ,GO-- PayNorthern Preom Syndieate, Lockport,
9"at- aL G W. P & N. Y. oct.m
I WANTEKD.-By Chicago wholesale and
WAnID.-We can acooamodate a mail order house, assistant manager
arw gets at a up-todate mouataiL (man or woman) for this county and
bel; cate delightfUl aSd good wa. aoe, oiing territory; expeane money ad-
a; imnerae. rates. Address F. D. vanced. Work pleasant; position per-
CalasBam Buma Vista, Va. V n-Manent. wite aV~.ose for full partic-
ulars and -nclose self-addressed en-
velope. Thoema J, Cooper & Co., 132
PLUTOI PLUTOI Lake St., Chicago, ll. 3oct2w*
e sot fem anioy s6ease. WANTIED.-By Chicago Manufactur-
Pot e great stomach dealer, for lg Houa, personoftrustworthynes
, wolea ad retail, by Jas. somewhat tnmillar wt local territory
as assistant in branch oles. Salary
$18 paid weekly. Permanent position.
0 & HUtAX traeng .imt- [No investment required. Previous ex-
HUA14 Caotma rchima Operience not essential to engaging.,
and demator. FI l varaM" Address, Manager Branches, Como'
a ta akia. O~ pa'ntlng a spe- Block, Chicago. Soct3wo
eigrg. Regadese phase 20. 2mag. C


CHICKENf WHAT produces -egg
Makes fowls especially well Savored.
The cheapest food to be fouad F. &a
Mellm & Co, Phboe loes

JOR 8ALB.-I am Floida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Sates a34d
Vat.z Fixtures of all description
manufactured by Alpine Safe anl
Lock Company of Ciucinnati, Ohio.
Communicate with me tor prices agd
termE. before buying elsewhere. Scar-
Itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
X8Juae.

Do you value your health? If so,
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
Co., Jas. MeHugh, Prop. aug 30
We have been with you In Pensaco-
la since 1874, and still Intend to stay
with you and serve you with the best
of groceries at lowest mrar-
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
Co., Jas. McHugh. Prop. aug2O


FOR SAIAE-One lot of fine show
eases, especially adapted for mi-
linery purposes or for drug store,
also one lot of counters and flne
French plate glass mirrors. E L.
Reese. 118 South Palatox. 2e8n


NON-UNION Compositors. Join the
WANiTD.-rou to know that you Mca Million Club by coming to St. Louis. FOR SALB-At a saer5 0, tart.Mtufr
O asea cleas old papers at his Permanent positiku guaranteed to tore. stock and accounts. OCs at
-dee ceap competent men. $19.50 per w.ek of 383-140 B. Inteadenia. sja
ffty-four hours. Aodress Employmen!
I" uo s a it is bu or sell aathlmt? Bureau, SL Louis Typothetae, 410 N. FOR SALE--One Choice block on top
b& a uil tag weaietal fourth St., 8t. Louis, Mo. of eQo ridge east oGthLe electric
@7Ba. "he eat Is ti --a691-ai loct7t* railway, between 7th and 8th streets.
0a g. Nature has favored this section and it
WANTEID-A I*oltaeat thly Mag" cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbed.
WANTUD.--verybody to know that azine with large, highelaas circula-
O gMad 4( Colee may be Imitated tion, requires the services of a local PLUTO I PLUTO I
bt can't be equaled. New Orleans representative to look alter renewals' Keep your system in good condition
ecreery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. and increase subeciIption list in Pen- and you need not fear any disease.
aft" sacola. on a salary basis, with a con- Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
tituing interest from year to year in sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.
WA4T W -The public to know that the business created. Experience as McHugh.
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters ofsirable, but not essential. Good op-:
frimia. Nw Orleans Groery Co, portunity for the right person. Ad FOR SALE 'CHEAP-My three-year.
Ja. McHKgh, Prop. aug0 dress, Puolisher, Box 59, Statlon 0, old Berkshire herd toa', Duke at
New ork. loctS' Florida, No. 68,923. Also some fSue
WANTrC.-The Mercbata Trat er, WANTED.-Parties in need of carpe,- young pigs. 1 six-montas-old boar, all
Co. wants your moving and bauling. ters please ring up phone No. 776 registered and transferred. Carl Set.
Al breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- or apply to L. Redenback. business terlind, Chipley, Fla. 1831y
sea. Prop. Phone 97.L 8Iunelm. aent, room 1, old Armory building.
- -. ..A .... % t .- 2?sept2m* FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New


We weat evrwyboy to 131" U We
WO eL WVWIYU7 y kanw thMt wew
ae w Iemale and retail grocers an
Still a*, the old stand. New Orleans
GOoory Co, Jas. McHugh, Prop.

WANTD-Tom eectrtic work of aUl
kin". Let us clean your faas. re-
W yoer dynamo, do your wiring. etc.
rbo10. Pensacola Electric Co.,
sMe r nit-m ace- and Baylen street .
Ujuneln.
WORR T D-VIlag and transfer
work. OBoe phone sS6. Resideace
260 % Acosta & White, 22-28 N


WANTo D.-Hotel cook:oolored boy to
cook in a small hotel, good salary;
answer quick, for Chlp'.ey Hotel, Chip-
ley, Fla. 19sept.
WANTED.-All young persons waO
are good stenographers or book-
keepers. that are seeking positions or
promotion, to register with us imme-
diately. We can secure you good pos-
itions. We are having more calls
daily than we can supply. It will cow
you nothing to register with us. Meux
& Munro, Proprietors, rhe Mobile
T2..ine. llpir- *WN 6C* VC Ort-_-


City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Houaa.
laug
FOR SALE--Kill the germs of fever-
ordter a barrel of slack lime to-day.
Phone 267. 4auglm
FOR SALE.-My residence on East
Hill, either including whole bloak
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
quarter block of five lots. Apply at
my office. Thiesen Building for furto-
cr particulars. C. W. Hagerman.
24auglm.


~"**^-,----- --u-. nes o L UAegeA, orL. a3-4 IN. Royal
Thisea. M5ck St., Mobile, Ala. 15septl!n* O TO TURTON tor all sise fIaS
M whwat to" rO*. s, WANT D.-hTrustwohthy man tomma.- rTam loaded Aandunioaded e
% a Or anything a b0 tt UM age branch office and distributing di 1a.rS4a Henoti. m a eet
N r. will Sad The Journal Waat pot for large manufacturer. Salary to
A a 5 U Blp j start with. $1500 Lrat year, and extra 8J
awnTI r Te oaar commissoans ad eeaaom. Applicaut OR SALE.-Shingles and Wood foe
WI Oters r I Ta Joara must have good retrences and $1000 sale. Apply to C. L. Crelghton'.
"Ss wraOo s a cash, capital secured. Experience n Mill, just west of MusCogee wharf.
S gb hlte" wUi btre tl c p necessary. Address "Manufacturer, Mill, just west of Musoee whar
a"ls haelf-toe pictures of city. 21 West Atwater St, Detroit, Mich. M
s- special scee. 1 s ept. o ,OR SALE-South half block 3il,
L- ernrs at Jowrnal 3sep. tfronting 400 feet on 13th street, by
.lso7 WANTED-The people of Pensacola 137% feet on Bay Viei Park; also
WATi-- Becogd-nand Corn, Oat to cease worrying. LAtThe Journal south half of block 21?, fronting 4#0
e aBttM seed meal sacks. Out at Want Ads solve the problem for yo.: feet on 14th St.. by 137!, feet oa Bay
Wt Iianet solteted. Write a. They are expo-t detectives, and can View Park. The only p: perty adio
. S. stea & Co 30marolm AnS lthe mWa you are looking for n ng Bay View Park that is sow-
he is included la te e6,000 or S0.ee sale. The beautiful lew dlown th
A. L. ~GkAM wants your moving people which makes the populate oa bayou and down the bay cSna na r be
sa ibHe gu varante"esall.break- Pensacola. obstructed. A. V. Clubbs.


THB -AL BUSINEBB is oar
_eait d your baaesn wvIll
bave mhattesm D. Hale WI&
"a OLB
MALMAKERL


e ow, er. Itm resome s.alusa


SAY EiOTEL-OpeUnigabt Andday.
mwwaaphm .kooma Ugt MAd
cekan. Trassient Us&e oflete& STm
r,3 9 outh Plaf .Joe. AL Nl'tolaa



WA.Nrm~t-Oft or t~b roomem, ;wn
preferrsW. -Appl* r 43address No. 17
W. 1ARua, cl~y. soctim*


FOR SAL--8econd-hand cash ofg
ter Ina perfect condition. Will el
eash or or, tme A real bargala. Ca
be seen at Jamme McHugh's 3Mll
GROW GINSENG. Large m raL
Room in your garden. Roots f"r s*ale
Write today for literature. B
ham's Ginseng Garden, ZaaesvlJ, 0.
l3aug3inos.


R We Ask You Ieorgii, diori a anai Aaam .4ai way 4o.

To See Us If arrabeia, falabasssa ani jJ r it aiiij1 Go.
T 0 e Us ll ,chcduL iaidg ri:ct M:.y b i96 '
00
00 Sunday Sunday
00 You want to sell any piece of prop- Southbound No. 1 only only
50 erty? No. 3 No. a No.3
^i You want to buy property? Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry).... 12:20a a ........ ......
Yu, rLv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45a.m il:35a.
'Your want to borrow money." .-
00ant to orrow money.? Lv Cuthbert. .. .... ..... :50a.m 4 'p ia ...... .. ..
00o You want to lend money on good se- Lv Arlington .. .......... 9:0a.m 5 1 ........ .......
(O curity? Lv Bainbridge.. .. .. ....ll:00a.in 6',:5p.a 6:2o0-ai ........
50 You want a tenant for your house? Ar Tallanassee.............12:55p.m 8 40p.m 8 05am ........
50 You want to rent a house? Lv Tallahassee (S. A. L. Ry) 1:53p m 4:0>a.m ........ ........
CO You want any kind of insurance? Ar Jack'ville (8. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 10:50a.m ........ ........
00 We offer you good and attentive ser- Lv Tallahassee.. ... .... 2:00p.m S 04a.m 8' 15am 8. 5Jp m
vice and invite you to call or write us Lv Socnoppy.. .. .. ..3:14p.Mi 10:00a.m S:2r*am 9: 5pM'
Lv Lanark.. .... .. 3:45p.ni l0:45a .n 0: 0a.n, 0: 26p.m
al -- Lv Carrabeile. .. ........ 4:00p.m ...... 10:15a.m 10.35p.m
Ar Apa.ac.cola. .. .. .... 7:00p ... ...


et


L. S. BROWN & Co


Office Second Floo


200 Lots


Real Estate Agency W akly i
206 South Palafox Street, of $1 0
PHONE 87. O


FOR SALE
DRUG STORE FOR SALE.-Well es-
tablished and paying drug business
for sale in Atlanta, Ga, th# leading,
ity ..of the south. Splendid locationI
and growing all the time. Reason for
selling, going into the proprietary
medicine business. Stock aizd fixtures
$2200.00. Address, "Drugs," Box 694,
Atlanta, Ga. 6oct2t*
FOR SAL&i--Fine Horses and Mules
for sale at all times. Turpentine
operators' wants given special atten-
tion. Call on or address Dillon &
Penuel, Marianna, Fla. 6actln.


No Taxes!

Thos.
Office Cor. Roman
Phone


FO,


Northbound


Sunday Sunday
Only niw


No. 2 Noo. X.N 6 No. 4
r Tniesen Building. Lv Apalachicoa..... .... 130a.rn .
Lv Carrabele.. .. ...-. ..ll:30a.id 2:0i)pm 6i00p -n 4:30aau
Lv Lanark............ 1... 1..* 2 2'r).m *t:45p.m 4:45a.m
For .e. Lv Sop h OP ......1 1pM 3 p 7 p 5 15
Fr d e, Ar Tallaoa see.. .. .. .... l:00p.)r 5"0Op. 8:35p 6:0a.-n
Lv Jack'vie.S. A L y.).. :05a n 400p.m ........ ........
A &inntO A TaLiaaas.e.R(t..A.L ...;.. 3:;lyp.:n ''!,0"p.m ........ ........
uO Lv Talahasse.......... 3-25p nt u6-.a.m 8:4-)p.n 6 358.ra
Lv Bainbridge.......... 5:25p.m S:27am Ar10:2'pm 8 27am
n Ar Arilngton .................7:25p.m 10 16a.m ........ 10: 16a.
U Lv Cuthbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.m 11:55a.m ........ Ar 1f:35a.im
Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.ra 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
No Interest! Ar Atlanta. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7:55p.m ........ 7 55a.m
NOTICE::-Trains No&. S and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, feet
Pebley, of Shotwell Street, Brainbride.
Tlokets for Train 5, leaving Bainbrldge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
a ani Palafox St-. en sale at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
e 559. *Train No. 6 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
W. M. LEGG, R. C. SNIPES, E. 0. ALSTON,
General Manager. Trav. Pass. Agt. Gen'i Pass. Agt.
as .A J Tallahamsee. Fla.


FOR RENT.-Two-story house, 501 W.
Chase street, ten rooms and kitchen &
with bath and water connection. Ap-
ply, ring phone 848, five rings. 6octet
T
FOR RENT-Two 4 room cottages on E bod
Church for rent. Apply to Mrs. R. day
9.-10 ..1 -- 2t.r-tOtet* dele


FOR SALE.-One 3% 'gal. young cow en
with calf 3 weeks ola,, 1 2 gal. cow; R RENT.- ve room cottage with W.
1 3% gal. pat churn; 1 pair platform O N rm ota w
Sscaes, 1 2 wheel push cart. Aloply bath.and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes. two
Hugeh aln2wey, push rt. avi s. blocks from car line. Apply to H. W. P
Hughc Maloney, 92 N. Davis S. Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13sept1mo P
loctlw* I mee
o 1 J.--1 mom FOR RENT.-SI all farm 1 bloc cut-! Oc
lot* $ blocks from Palafox. lot ViO side city limit* on county hard Wal
192 on car due. F'or particular ,. !road, with six room house; wind mill; 14d
quire of Standd- nothing o. water pipes in yard and all through i
i2 Jan, .. o- house. Rent reasonable Apply W.
.. .. u_ iM. McClellan, at First National Bank,!
FOR SALE.-Co '.LtegOiyilaw pos- Pensacola- 26auglm
tal cards for' Wari ,t VWhite'. Reo3-
taurant, two for 'fl. t.ce4. (itfde R FOR RENT.-Residence kItely o,
orders willot e ll ia es cash cuped by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 111 W.
and postage accom]neq crder Or- .LaRua street. Apply to B. Cary
der quick. spt. 4 S. Palafox street.


Money to LoaIN.
MONZT TO LMaDl-Va goo reai n
U"afte OurltI, Of on SOU41icoiiatersi.
at lowest rates. Lesldie JA. Bzooa
Iplber building-
MONZX loOA1NMA) .on 1anysaaG So
knaus od per.r ai p rope4 PJ be
amakly or monthly. When IOU sol
*n*gg *aft me. J. A. Wilsc 221A W
QoVerUiewo stni@. duslbury buIIj n4
gw1 2dec
30NE'IIL4WAN".f 06L1;004 emas
wse securitY Ik any anua
gSae~lob ias m& 0&


augs2.
MONET LOANED on ail kinds of peim
eonal property on short notice
Terms oay. J. W. Dullard. upstairs
2tj South Palato St., Phoun 1144
Snov
VIgLAMlrr D amount ot IM*S to Ioss
M all klad s of personal property
ftcaa rates to busiane memo on large
eig,- The New York Loa Co., 20
south PalMa

Sasma's Paw So.
402 S. PALAFOX ST.
MONEY TO IJAOA. ON )IAMONDLA
Watches, Chains. Rings ad all anas
of olloateni security at lowe t rate of
interest. Bargains ina nreaeeinme
pledge

LOST

LOST-Black, white and ticket setter
bitch five months old. Answers to
name of Ruth. Return to Dan Hall,'
715 .LDeVilllers Street and get re-
war ctlw-
IfAST.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near-
4y grown. Liberal reward for re-
titrn to Ben D. Beers, at Wm. Johnson
& Son.


MIs Mei neus
A A PREVENTIVE try Lewib' An -
:Malariel and Chill Cure. It cur-s
t6 stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
gpod liver regulator. You need it at
tils time of the year. On sale at all
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., XMast
Government street. Price, 60c.
S1seplm.
ULAR MAIL LN A -Qood convry-
asoe for travelinS puabic. Daily ser-
vf eeah way. roim hipy to Bay-
S1d. Address J. M. T-ule. Chipley.
4arch4
REAL ESTATE.
JiM I BTATB las a paUts of cf.
bo ba the 8W5 d asd we wmU
y "a r bosem IQ um time pay.
D. He i "B & Oft

s and
MUMe


EKdueatlonff
WANTED.-My patrons to know thal
my school will open at the same
place as heretofore, as soon as the yel.
low fever situation will permit. Miss
Pattie Holden. 24sept.


Professional Directory.

PATTILLO CAMPBJLL,
Attorney-at'Law.
Room 405 Thlesen Building.

THOSE. PEELEY,
LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMAN.
PHONE 569.

I. P. STOKES
Attorrneyand Counsellor at La w
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

GEORGE DOUVILLE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Room 500 Thlesen B'ld. Phone 73


WELSH & SMITH,
DENTISTS.
Fisher Building, 204/2 South Palafox
Street.
PHONE 526.

DR. JNO. B. TILLER,
Dentist.
Room S. Brent Building. Phone, S.

WM. D. HOWE,

Attornyand Counsellor at Law
401 Thiesen Building.


GrOX.. A.Y'
ta1IST AND CORN MEAL MILLS
AM. GO#NlALUM A 00. Prole
Maautacturers
,tOICKE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
STOCK FEED.
Buy your meal and stock feed troa
a, home manufacturer, encouragi
aome Industry, coatribute to kerom
abor. sad leave pyw money to you'
city.

You Are Wetomne Here.
Come to Michig and escape the
Yellow Fever. The Hotel Chester-
feld at New Baltimore, Mich., on An-
chor Bay is open summer and winter.
Delightful boating and fishing. Re.F
sonable terms.
C! A. MARONT TWt, Prop.


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C.or
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DIRECTORR Y
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
here will be a meeting ot this
y on the first and third Nednea
s of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
gates are request to be press
Z. W. ROBBT.
SL. DELAY, Preeldet.
Secretary.
ensacola Loxdge No 3. K. of r
ets every Monday evening at 7:81)
ock at tbrir C*sU. Hall, Blom!
aoa build ig, corner Pallafx an,
dem streett Vtsitlag bretkta fo,
ly welcome .
J. & BRW TON, C.
3. HORSLE. K. o* Rf. &


obstbome Lods. Ni
to0 K. 09 P., menu ev"I
TI Tes? eoveniug at. 8:W
o'locbk tos heoo cow
Sba 1. third 90oo1. BlOUA
wossn bedtalgr int,
4 ~w4co rmer Ieafin a *.'
rden streets VitIA0119WOW'v THROUGH SEERVVICEK
lialy welm AidVI
a. a.CRUTL 0. a &T.; C l
j.Lv. I X f IL& ILL. &N.?E..& T.H N d.MW L ALL


Knights of Cetbmbus.
Meetings f the
Knigats of Columbus
aro held at their hall
No. 8 West latendeo
sci street. on every
J.onday evening at
S7:30 o'clock. An is-
vftatton is extended
to visiting Knights.
JOhN B. JONES.
EDM. FOX. Grand KatghL
Recorder


2 ASVeaiLLd hee"TO asOHIOA 02%
THROUGH 5LEEPES me DAY COACHES
NEW ORLEANS TO CNICAU
@WNSQ CARS89MSENY MA" MEA 60UMUT
9.. L MUILAAN,0P A- .L L EOU MS.*fLAI


THE

SHORT LINE


Penacoa 4 0 Caifonia and Nrthwest
Pensacola Ltdgo No. 4. 1. 0. 0. i&W a Nrhw
meets every Thurseay evening at 7:X via
at the new hall on West at lit,,
street. Visitlnga britrey oordl'l- Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Kansas
invited. T. 0 8Ta WN, City Is the
B R WITKOV Sreta. Union Pacifcl

Naomi Lodge mo. 10. I*beaa -1 and connections, with through sleepaig
ters osets every Mmnday sight a.
8 o'clock 1I L O. 0. P. al. WIl I ne-way cc s t rates on sale from
Itipg sisters cordially ivite to "I September 1 3 to October 3fit, 1905
present. MRS. 8. DeTHAYML. To California, Oregonu, Washington.
MISS MAMIE Flt.MAN. S6retary Montana. Utah, etc.
Special round trip rates to Califor-
M. B. B. A. No. 81 meets arst anC na and the Lewis & Clark Expos.-
third Wednesday eveno1g at 1:20 P tion at Portland, Oregon, unul Sep-
in., Rafford Hall. No. 10 WOe ane a member 28th.
dencia Street. A.k for thwnuwh rate f.m vw


A.0 FZ U., -Ps-
J. L. W NY S B
W.O.W.
Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0. W
meets in Pythian Hall ot ad 8r'
We(unesdhy Is each oothVL s Vitit
sovereigns cordially Invited.
Ir. A. BOOHICH. C C
ULIUlI 9 BROOK, Clerk
W. 0. W. C., Oak Orwe, X 4,
Woodmen Circle meets last Thiursday
of each math at 3:30 p. M., rdt floor
Wtson building, southwest owner
Palafox and Garden streets. visiting
sovereigns cordially luvited._ ,'s. w.
A. Sith, Clerk; Mrs M. Ols
Guardian.

...s**..S aj..hu .mar s*ati


A TERSELY TOLD
SBUSiNESS
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LOCALS. *
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Henc.rix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
932 x. Strong, and 824. East IARuj
streets.
MeKiasle Oerting Co., wbolesjal
and retail ship chaan'ers and grocers,
the only fl-st-cla r boia- of the kiad
in PeaMMeola- Far -W to &L
Why use Interior paper, wheA you
can buy Kelso Bead. ritch ity,
Kara iaea., or Crane's ad at L. V.
Thompson's. 30 8. Paltaf.
Low rates at Sothern Hotel or
rooms and board.


station and secnre literature. In-
formation freely given.
J. F. VAN RENSSBILAMR,
General Agent,
13 Peachtree St.. Atlanta, Ga
0. W. ELY, T. P. A.


Pem laI St. Andrews
6lf Steamship Go.
STEAMER rTAR0O,
W. G. BARAOW, Master.
jl.5T-CLAbd P. '.&iA AMD
FREIGHT a4RtKICE
-Betwwo-
PENSACOLA, MOBILe, APALAGCtI
COLA CARRABEL ST. AN.
DREW, MILLViLLL
And all pointe on St. A -tdrews
CarrAbsele and Apaiavhicela.
SCHEQOULE
Leave Pensacola Sunda%, 8:a3
m., for Mobile. Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuosda) 8:30 a
a.. for St. Andiews, ,Ialv ie, A;&
lachicola, Carrabelle and into-etniawt
poi, ts.
For additional i formation apoly t
J. iL SAU'ND rIS
E. R. COBB, Pr.d enLt
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Ag:
Pensacola. V.a


Sij. iV uf & CO
Manufacturers of
and Dealers in
LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED PRESS
SHINGLES AND KILM-
DRIED SAPS.


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It's Unfair to


Drag Your Family

wanm ftrm pillar to post every year, if you're a renter.
ookang op a new location, wken you can Jut a" easily

Put Your Rent Money

ato a Home of Your Own.
it' all If the starting. We start you tight We've
tartl others. Better call tIn and talk the matter ov-r
pMt. us, or write Sfor luorV-*tin.



Pensacola Investment Co.


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VasLS t IMPORT.


Harold, Nor a, 1435, Aos, London.,
Riplingham, Br ss, Heworth, 1649,
Tenereiffe to Fr. J. Schreyer.
S Br. s. Labelia, Watson, Verra Crus, A F
Keyser & Co., 1913. 1


SpSS t -Br. a. Labella, Palmer, from Ver
doouriCruz to W. .Keys~er & Co.

SKai ser Ger ship Martin 1180, Br -
Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct 6.-The A few weeks ago wble there wa t .
current issue of the Tradesman, under an unusual amount of typkolid fe tver it Darwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen,
Smiling date of October 1, presents the city, the Mayor being SaXIos t 7 -GrWen a sps 114. Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Its quarterly review of southern in- locate the cause, sent t-vo samples Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
that makes our men's gar- dustrial progress (or the three months' city water to Bacteriologist Ls. Ps. Gloucester to order. Ca. atter-
int such a pronounc,-4J ~period eating with September J,, drade, at JacksonvilI 9 Nor. bkR J.eSpicer, Capt. tter
esucce. Our idea is that in which most gratifying condition Porter. $0, LaGuayra, Keyser & Co., 1268. L
"Just any ,uid thing fr of businma isarown. inetotalof Athorough analyst mad i osmos,. Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227
the boy" don't do but industries established during this the mayor received a rel w ki m oU Nor bkr OleE 941 ro..
that he should have t' quarter is 1,540, against 1,368 for the readily demonstrated the lact th TlTAm nAEeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941Form-
bes that's n the clhth- correspeeding quarter last year, an In-i trouble was at least not with the et U We No b Tonero 840
btag line, t oull be cor- crease of 172. In the number of new water. The letter was as follow: Wrner, Nor bk Tonnerson, 840,
praised what $2.0, $4.00, indutre for the quarter, woodwrk- The Analy M cM llan Br S. O.
00or 6 4 will do here nPlantds lead with 238, and next in Ja oville, A D Barkentine Rs
Sor l do h numerical importance are compresses DManufoptum Alf Danisht1 Rasmusen
and gins which there were 111. The O or. Pens la, P1t MOBILE, ArABAMA. cearan B ,,7i,
record abhefs 84 new mines and quar- Dear Doctora--4 beg tou bOmiLE, ,A A A Cae arooierL
ries opMe, 73 electric light and power port on examination ofat t e n Dorei Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana
improvlants established, 7manies lopment and. Hon. Chas. H. Bliss, Mayor. AElma, Br sch, Henebery, 299 Ha-
Spralent companies organized. Sample from "Tak on Gro d van.
new natural gas and oil concerns, -ate. contains no excess of amonia. aImar, Am sch, Axcsan, 55, Key
SThe Week's Record. Amount of Chlorin-.4 per 10, West to Gul Transit Co.
J b wI ne Store The accompanying list, compiled No. of bacteria in each C.C.-- 0. Naval Stere e Mapket. eo. May, Davis, tAivere, 554.
--and authorized by The Tradesman, No bacillus CoIl CommUdls or I6' savannah, Ga, Oct. 6.-The naval
1,m I oM m a d demonstrates the Inaustrial progress other intestinal bacteria. store market close to-day as to. Some Seasonable Advice.
of the Southern States for the week Sample from Faucet at Poli, St- Iows: It may 'be a piece of superfluous ad-
ending Wednaay, showing the princ- tion contains no excess of amonia .........................5 65 vce to urge people at this season of
Pim 225 pl new industries established in each Amount of Chlorine--0.2 per 100 .. ..... .................5 40 the yeapto lay in a supply of Chamber-1:
state sad their character. Oklahoma! 100 00. ... .... .......... .... 4 5 lain's Cough Remedy. It is almostl
comes to the front with a new mining: No. of bacteria in ea C. C.-0. M......... ...............4 85 sffe to be needed before winter is p
comp&ay capitalized at one million No B. Coil Communis or any othei K.........................4 75 over, and much more prompt and sat-
dlollars. Among the concerns of more intestinal tacteria. I...........................4 T70 isfactory results are obtained when
S IhrNBrah than ordinary financial weight is also From the foregoing analysis I sot, H .. .................... 4 70 taken as soon as a cold is contract
H I UI I IK I to be oteda new coal and timber corn-i sder the 6ater free from Infectlo6 ............ ............4 65 and before it has become settled in the
SIUU ny at Alexanria, Va. whose capt-! but if it continues to be suspected I r.................... ......4 45 system, which oan only be done by
'OEM 0- --A, ta2 stock is placed at a half million think advisatle to examine more sam- g .. ..........4 30 to 4 35 keeping the remedy at hand. This
dollars. 'ibe week's record shows no i pleas. D.........................3 96 remedy Is so widely known and so al-
cessation of activity in the south, but Yours truly, C.. ............ ........... 3 80 together good that no one should het-
Sa continued perseverance along every ED, ANDRAD, Spirits Turpentine 67% cents. tate about buying it in preference to
Sr0 avenue of permanent development. nteroi other. It i1 for sale by all atug-
*/rv ry 'o AlabaTTmMa
Memphis-4156,000 stand and gravelrC OTTO
ur ine Gro nery Kirkland-Naval stores plant. $10_company .a n v Thef COTTON are GO D USEarO
virJ.- nd company, Bristol-Ironworksfollowing cotten D USE FOR
1 s 1 I00 irnoam-L.nd Bristol-rn works reported for The Journal 4 .ally by C.
anM itmer re woplat mining Newbill-Telephone system. GnterElmore, F. 0. B. cotton brokr, PEARL EAGAN ME
a s o s .i oteTe psan. nte S^o"o, o.:ooPEARL EAGAN HOME
fiLnma Tomf >ujm8 company. Del Rio-$150,000 cotton mill. ---
11-111W k t *Arkansas, Taylor-$10.000 lumber company. Goo Middling.. ..........9
alum, UWdl_ Ue c$, oArkansao San Antonio--Creamery; $100,000 rit Middling.............9% IT HAS BEEN FITTED UP AS A DE-
PhBse 7i'25- Mle Bck--15,000 mining coS- glass factory. mtddlig.. .. .. . ............ 9 TENTION PLACE FOR CHIL-
,- sat In e-Mackerel, Spare Rib, pany. nLampasas-$50,000 building com Srict ow Middtg ........ ..PLACE FOR CH
2~'e- 1eleas Corned Beef, Cod Forrest City-Telephone company. pany. Stains and Tinges % to 1 cents lower DREN WHILE FEVER IS
Vi, New Raisins, Herring in Keg,' Fort Smith-$50,000 investment com- Laredo-Telephone system. ,
toed arrin. Black Olives, Sea pany. I Dallas-$40,000 fuel company; ice New York Quotatins. HERE. ,
SMypb ft WIh, Hallibut, Bloaters. Florida. factory. New York, Oct. 6.-The following
auas Oaiona, Olives in Keg, Dll y Dennison-$5.000 gin an.' mill com- are th ruling cott quotations to-
ickles, ak Greek Olives, Se Jacksomvil--850.000 paint factory rrany. hePa anHoe asbn
I E aePickles. FncisLep Apalachicola-IACindr.- ice factory Ia -Creek-Cotton gin. Open los The Pea1 Eaan Home hase been G
COu. s tlek 'eBrandi of egp Summerfleld-iaw mil.l Houstnn-$-0.000 lumber company. Open Clos taken in ciarge by some of the best G
I odas Asaraaus anI Tips. Lo r Apalachicola--440.4.00 water works. San An elo$000 water orks October.. .. .... ...9.83 9:63 people in town who wlUl conduct it as
S Ihon, hrtimp, OystMrs, Clams. m-' Georgia. El Pao-ee factory. December.... .. ..10.05 9.91 a detention place for.children. an in-
ported Saidines, Italian Cheese. Ital- Oord Us Puta, Spanish Canned Goods., Savannah Naval stores plant and water comipan>. te exise of yellow ever
White Bmas, Red Beans. Butter (near). Houston-$20.,000 oil company. Lv rpodlvtations ci y.
llte & Wrerythingnewcannd fresh. Barnestille"410,00 paper box fac-Virga. Lve ol, Oct. 6.-The following are 'o or instance, when tlie parents nrr
tery. Virgiila. the ruling cotton 4u~dtions today: other adult members of a family areI
"" toru.-$5. o suppy Richmond-$15.00o company for Open Clae ill and unable to take care of the .
S-------- Columbus-$15.000 concrete supply1, manufacturing cereas. Oct.-Nov.. .......... 34 children, or when other members hav
5 graph company. Purcllville-$25.0 pouring mill. .. ... 7 a contagious or infectious disease, the
-mUMv V C Clem Macom-45..O0graph",e company. Norolk-$100.00o company to manu- Feb-Mar ... . .42 little ones ill be ear.d for at the!
Smyrna-Laundry. facture soap, powders and toilet arti' Apr.-May.. .. .... .. ... 46 Pearl Eagan Home, free from all dan- i
Indian Territory. dles. Liverpool opened Irrczular, near 6 ger.
q ISw Duncan-$14.000 oil mill. Salem-Coal mrieso. lower, titant 8 lower. The building has beea thoroughly
Wynnewoor-$10(o.0f(0 mining com- Aloeandria-5'i.:00 coal and tim- renovated and put in condition to'
fi the place to send your clothes to be pany. her company: $215000(j steel company. make the little ones comfortable and,
d, nd, red or Repaired Cnickasaw-$50,0) granite com- West V~rgini. SAW eMILL AND every effort 'ill be m.vie to keep!
lb"- are now n a 1 )-sitlon to handle pony. Hun ncton-$25,000 lumber com- them cheerful and happy.
Kentucky ha everpany: chair factory. TIM LAaD The Home will be op,'n and ready
Keu ,*uefile c--10i,01 coal company. TI MR LANDS for business this evening, and will noL
L. L. REESE, Lndisie t!e'-ree T p* pany. Piemont-$25.000 oil and gas con- doubt prove a blessing in many ways,
Phone s6. Proprietor. shland- lirxm facor> pany. FO AF not only to the children but to anx- .
11 North Palaf Streoriet. Louisir.na. F AL ious parents that their little ones a-e
S 11 North Pala Steeaton Rm>-" $?l.00, o01 company. FRESH being well cared for during their sep-
Sdan- '.:cn pin. LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN aration. f ol
M ississipoi AT M 1 u i The Committee would like to have
P. M. WILLIAM, i i WHITE'S RESTAURANT. Mobile Drug Company vs. Morris the ladies who can do so interest U
OONTRIACTOP AND BU*LDER, 1.1 ix--2-; i 'ac )ry; $10,000 AND ALSO ton Lumber Company. In Chancey at themselves in this impromptu home
k lMoaham bdng net lbuilidn,, CREAM BREAD DAILY Mobile. for the children The Jadies can do
S PO O Businessol ege. ,. Ton- $' telhphne com- CREAM BREAD DAPursuant to a dere rendered in th r the child toward the s comforangdo
Sstationalways glve a fa ory. Low rates at Southern Hotel t above entitled cause on August 10, welfare of little ones by merely going
b Pnca. la. | Mdian-.br mill. rooms and board. 1905, by the Honorable Thomas H. thereto see that they have all that
"-- Missouri. _, Smith, Chancellor of the Southwest- needed for them.
.T plin-Tv., $750.000 mining compa- ern Chancery Division of the 8tats of Jennie May, who has charge of t-e
-NO T IC E iT $minig cm A For Mosquito Bites Alabama, tire undersigned will sell at place is a thoroughly reliable person
.|j, Lout-$2.YO' con-truction corn- And the poisonous sting of all Inseta public outry in rt of the court and the children are In good hands
Sr:: $5.00( railroad track company; Sloan's Liniment is the great antil- house of Mobile County on Monday, This move on the part of the com-
S$5.0co; any to manufacture le- ticSloan's Liniment is the great 1905, at 12 m., the fol- mittee is a worth one n should c
oldstucker Broonssu Lor. company. Mor to m ompa esiring further information may ge
mining One complete aw mill, including it by applying to Mr. D. Hale Wil]ou
ew rP b$60.000i 4mininb company. building, boilers, engines, fixtures, or any other member of the commit-
*. Genevieve-$5.000 lime corn tools and machinery, situated at Mor- tee.
kw Fx han P | Kansas Cit.y---20.000 lumber corn-y R als the N% of 8ec. 10, T. 1 8. of R. BEWARE OF BUBONIC PLAGUE.
U v K'-a 4 \, and the 85% of the SW% of Sec. .
pt2.8 T. 1 N. of I. 4 E. and unexpired No other agent has done so much to
Alflrstle.s.., rubExr-tired vehicles CNorth Carolima. cor timber leases on the following land: spread the bubonic plague as rats
tand gtl hor:s'. Phone 514. IStatesville--4100.0o0 cotton mill. fAll 6ee. 1, N E4 Sec. 4, SW% Sec 14 from plague ridden countries and for-
PENhSACOLA, FL .1 landi--4.i,00) hardware company. NB?% of NB% and 8 of N ,% Sec. eign ports. In Manilla, the authort- court t
,, --- G-reensboro--$35.000 manufacturingp 20, E% of SB% and % of SE% of ties have purchased large quantities of Chic
c 'mpany. It's easy to Sl a suit to a N Sec. 10, N% of SB Sec. 26, W of Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Chattan
NTEL A**in01 A1 ATla I I ,,.'bane-Three S'O.00" drt- kills. Its easy to s~n a sut to a i of SW% ec. 2,. Nlu^ Sec. 34, S% PIate, and are making a vigorous caused
SElkin-4.OCO bxtling works, man that doesn't !now what he of NW% Sec. 35, N of NW% and fight, determined to kill every rat fled tha
VANCE' HALL. NORTH OF AS.E- 1.iand---Coin factory. wants. It's the man that doe. NW of NU% 8ec. 35, N% of 8WY4 within the city limits. contract
MLLE. N. C.. COOL. HEALTHY, EX- Oklahoma. know what he *,nts and can and W% of S1 Sec. 36, all except This paste is easy to use, and ia shorter
.E. Carman-,00 investment coin- EALfor.t 40 acres aec. 16, all ina T. 1 N. R. 4 greedily devoured by rat., roaches and objects
CELLENT TABLE. AODRESS Carman-$,000. 19 T. 11K- R. 5 E., LS of N all vermin, driving them out of the tion. T
VAhCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N. C. pan s o ?rof S ee. 25, 283 of house to die. two lea
2Se; Gotebo-150,000 oil and gas corn- Just Make ml f s ri 'asec. 36,]' The sale is rapidly increasing, and to the
A p Chandler'--20000 ,gin and mining Yif a He and BW% of WA Bee ,a it can be obtained almost everywhere, nouncel
A CARD. Chandler--420000 ,gin and mining, ygggy T. S N. iY 4 ), part B% of NW and If your dealer does not have it, it will that he


-Il pay.Im-can TD of S 2, N W' ec. 1, be sent express prepare on receipt of uLtu.
T s to ert if zsall' drug'i t andolMa
Srui5000 oil an d gas co- Ta your tim., o through n %8e. 3, in T. 1 S. R. the rice by Stearns' Electric Past Thec
S 'hra-n!!( -: d )$1 n.40,M0m : $. .0 -n:ing company, the stock, pick out what you 4 WNW asnd NW% of SW Co. Chicago, Ill. small size 25c, hotel and lea
NF SS2 ,h ul- .. t, If. -, ,al ctopany well. If you can'tt decide to- 18, T. 1 zi'.53. sie $10
OO _"eg4.. hal :u ir ... uster. CitY-25.000 lumber an(: day. come back to-morrow or In tittliOsn to th fhoregousg th ere Leonard's Sall Reduced.
weee it suis facour," rwillh besoldv a stemehouse p frmerly vL deeMads BalRu
reh- a:S : ,., "- otlcompany, whenever it sui-s aou. store cs a lotfsaijy u e-u New York, Oct. 6.I-A reduction of W
pp', cough a'i -,'I ; uaior.i; Watonga--Cement and plaster nilll If you find goods that suits u a atdern
you, wel tel.l oi the ar%.e 9 99mall dwelling bof es, cuatodo bail for Henry A. Leonard. the young
a -, l, a 5land owned by said Morristo Lu mber man Who stole $359,000 worth of st- Thre
SaSuth Carolina. makt e it as lowi nIn fee, and also the excl uritles from the National City bank Tr

rae, ,'i 'raw-U-$-.,00 unaal sores corn- ,able for transportation of Io tosaid Leonard found difficulty In securing which Is
$e0sat and board. paly. No milL .Tenm of sale mah. For further the larger amount. germ an
m ad -lumbia-S$50.Ot0 building com- every man's whiarusemve ywd ,rticulars apply to hair wi
FRESH pany. the utmost business Ourtes., J, ,m Contests at Vatm has not
theSut0oCE, SusiTennessee. here.Receiver, Rome, Oct. 6.-The vatic4a was the Peterso
U C AT KnoxvilleS DZEN -Mattress factory;eeue. here. 5.005 t Michadel ., Mobile, Al. scene of gymnastic contests today. "I had
WMiTES RESTA AKnoxvle-T.Mattress factory; $5.000 Thur-sat-sun. The 260 Catholic contestants were es- tried all
W- R TUAT]tric company: $50.000 coal and " corted by pkpal guards to the court if any bez
AND ALSO aal company; $25.00 furniture fac- Belvedere, where the contests took Herpicid
CR TEAM BREAD U ILY. Cros -iTOrTHiNTRADE. place. The events Included bicycle gan usi
1- THE PUBLIC. Cross Mountain--$6,000t ron com. On aeftAt ieire, w in racs, nning races and gymnasts monthNi
W wim no: b, r-.,,nl:,, fr any,, rny. to ese a branch exrce. my hea
eft ootrc'ed 1, an o ;:u; .lieo--12.000 carbonating works. oa In tl sm it for
oy a manar ,- o hO r :'i o; llumboldit-lce ftctcry. CASH CLOTIMB .Vked. W WlWl a ke all 11 ad LADY'S LESS WERE luxuraw
Sof our markeI ltlaine-Saw mill: grais milL S igrkaln se u.t. M f Mo le, Ala. ROTH THE SAME LENGTH used th
W'. L MOR(AN & BKO Concrde -25.000 marble mill. Phone 297 fime wll go wwVNTAomEnptly. Send -- For 21sle
-wrh PiT'sburg-$5.0,' building;!,0 C11,g Mgn mda Pt ft o your orders T grade Chattanooga, Tenn.. Oct. -Thpe gist ad
Low Tofts at Su:L.rn Hotel f-.-.- bll"k construction company: planingj -- 0 length Wt a lady's liHmba was a Sie fox -W
,agM and board.i mpany.i.dthestok__l ___t__w__y_ 14 ., N L.M oIf. SWpoint Iaacafgo tried In United States hot e r
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"Tie a...d e Wai for No a. "


A very old saving, but full of truth, nevertheless. A
the das are passing you are letting the opportunity slp
awy 6fm you to procure a protection for your wife aad
OMrena Pould the Angel of Death call on you.
ob TM I taMe frotct. Getitto-day.


: Knowles Bros
HM .,Knowles Bros.


Genti Ago
Pensacola


EW METHOD LAUNDRY,
wi L46 & I I[I ., li



The Union Central Life

as we deMfe rate lower epeo e rate. and sgher
Sateret rate tama nay company doing business in Ftorida
M ~ild be may for you to decide the ret.

A, Williams, General Agent.





ron Works and Supply Co.
Meafatres and Repairers of
MAcH4fNERY AND BOILERS
FORGING, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
S TIAMSHP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
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fotr J W McKay A C's ceebrated Log and Timber Dogm, alsW
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oda Mss Mary A. Weavr MAYOR'S ILLNESS
ago. who is suing the city of IV O S ILLNELS
ioova for $50,00 for Injuri-s
by a fall on a sidewalk, test, SHORT DURATI0
at one of her lower limbs had
ted since the fall, and was now
t ban th tbher. The defense
d visWuo y to this exam I- IT WAS FEARED HE HAD YELLOW
'he ezanmtamimA was made by
ding ph lcl m whq returned FEVER, BUT FEARS PROVr
court oom a milingly an- ROUNDLESS
I that the lAy was mistaken, GROUNDLUM
ir limbs were o s*i the same
case Is being bitterly contested Mayor Bliss was taken III Thrw
g lawyers of the city a night, and for a time it was
sting ... ... .. .


VAS BALD O X YEARS.
Months of Te few *blentifi
ratmet ReeMed Hie Hair.
ess is cased by dandruff,
[a eamed by germ. Kll the
d4 t ameat certain that
ill roe ag, if the folliele
been toaluy destroye Nels
Sof UI~" U, M mt., say
been tal%"-6&yam ad had
kI lal ifd 'te,' at without
neit wbMtere, utl I tried
Ie. Npcegbr h4 ICM. I b-
Wi sa maif three
a io frefi air eowered
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Berps-W7f. - have
t, i-teta s
troy W iiktsdra
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he was threatened wltb yellow 9w.,
He had been feeling badly all that di
and on reaching home, was aesek wU
chills, which were followed by
fever. The mayor old not ftes
time, but began taking medleNs o
other preawotions, and al t oi
was very sick all that night he w SW
tending to his duties yeterfty, veA
sad sound, except that he wa g,0A
what week,
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