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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 8, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Latest Telegraphic News Service--Foreign and ib estic-Furnished


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VOL. VIII NO. 234 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1905. CE, 5 CEN


Another Jackson County Tragedy

Enacted Near Marianna


Special to The Journal.
Marainna. Oct. 7.-Jake Openc r is
reported to have shot two of his sons
near here this morning, killing one of
them instantly and severely wounding
the other. The county judge with his
jury. has gone this evening to hold an
inquest over the vaead body. The fuli
particulars of the killing are not
known.
The streets are crowded with people
buying goods as the cotton season has!
opened up.


aUs Tol of New Cass Since FIED G EN
FiRst neAI sL WeRN In S

SNORE RATIONAL QUARANTINES 1YEARS1IN THE


ARE IN ORDER AND PEOPLE ARE
RETURNING TO CITY FROM
WHENCE THEY FLED WHEN
FEVER WAS FIRST DISCOV-
WRED.


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New Orleans, 0 t. 7.-Fol-
lowing is the official report to
6 m:t
-ew cases today. 29, total to
date, 3,176.
Deaths today, 3; total to
date 410.
New focl, 8.
Cases under treatment, 2C7
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t nemhsinuPt fiwS Meted Out to


J. C. IPelt, the welt known farmer,
met at the court house here yesterday
morning for the purpose of having a
preliminary hearing for the killing of
Constable F. A. Richardson, but he
failed to have his preliminary trial and
the court fixed his bond at $1500.00 for
appearance at the next term of the
circuit court.
The county commissioners met to-
,-ay and accepted a new contract for
the building of the new court hoiue.
The amount to be paid is $50,000.00 for
fire proof building.


SMALLEST MAN IN COUNTRY
USES KNIFE ON LARGEST
Perry, Oct. 7.-R. J. Allbrittan seri-
ously cut Ross Worley in front of
Boatright's drug store at 5:30 this af-
ternoon. The incident was the termi-
nus of an old grudge. Worlty is the
largest man in the county; Allbrittan
is about the smallest. Drs. Bordwel
aa Jones dressed the wounds. All-
brittan is under arrest. Worley Is a
turpentine operator; Allbrittan a cat-
tle owner.
Circuit court is billed to adjourn to-
morrow at 10 a. m. The grand jury is
doing faithful work.


John B. Boyd is securing right-of-
on Who Cut Young Woman's way for the South ailway to Tampa.
The largest timber seals In the south
s Thmrl0 are now in progress here and in New
* York.

By Asociated Pr NOTED REFUGEES
Beaumont, Texas, O.-. 7.-Leste-
IRenfroe, a negro with a cri'r.inal REACH NEAW YORK
record who early Friday morning n- REACH NEW YORK
tered the residence and when Miss
SLucy Brogden was awakened and
Stried to make an outry, cut he GREENE AND GAYNOR ON THE4R


w, ases uscuarged, z,azr. 1s actuos the throat in anD effort to mur-
* der her, has been give ninety-nine WAY HOME TO STAND TRIAL
4P*m4s*@8*:* ***- f 4f years in the penitentiary.
FOR CRIME IN SAVANNAH.
New Orkans, Oct. 7.-At the -Mow -
ef the eleventh week of the strugeI HUMAN HEAD DONE
against the yellow feve- the health by Associated Fres.
authortes summed the situation up INew York, Oct. 7.-John Gaynor
today as fu of encoui--,-ment. The UP IN PACKAGE[
fever has not been entirely wiped ou; and Benjamin Green arrived from
as was a- one time bore'e it might b" Montreal at 8 o'clock tonight, in charge
at tbis date, but the ifi'culties to bpPAWN BROKER'S HORRIBLE DIS- of secret service officers and a Unit.
overcome proved greater than was e- 'edta marshal. Theq were taken
|ectd. COVERY WHEN OPENING ed &at marshaL Theq were taken
The dcief obstacle to a complete sun- at once to the Pnawnlvala tepot.
presfit of the fever hai been ',- BUNDLE LEFT WITH The party leaves for Savannah t md-
disposition among a ce-i;n element HIM. night.
the laymen and physicia',- to world iT.
harmony with the mari hospital! as- rC.tlser to Convey Presk ent.
thorities. Thevy refusI, ", acct) p' Oh "- -- ,i--rf
tnoFquito theory or ev,,n ve ,v a. By Associated Press. Washington, Oct. 7.-The Navy Da-
irita. The:r attitud. ha.. been evn; Dies Moines, Iowa, Oct. 7.-M. apartment has designated the armored
more harmful than tha. -f tht igno,- Vich. a pawn broker, today opened a cruiser West Virginia as the vessel
au: foreigners. package left with him last Tuesday which will carry the Presdient from
h-, authorities con'eni that th evening and found the head of a New Orleans to Hampton Roads on his
disease is waning with tce pres-iL- woman. A bullet had penetrated the return trom the Southern trip. The
wevek presenting the lov, "s: to 1 skui:. Tb,' police. have as yet founJ West Virginia is the flagship of Rear
cases ince the first w,, k in Aug'-: no clue to the mystery. I Admiral Samuel Brownson's division
Confidence that all score, of dnt-n-r of armored cruisers.
lias passel i eviden ,', hvy th r-
sprnse which s being ade h t t' R HILL
ImriJsh.s to the suege- ioni of Pro _"-_____*__H _
den; Souchln and >):. Wl-rf f-r 0- 10
rational quara::iin(-fn1 0.<: '1.yw rui nii NEW NOTES
of New ()"-le n ,'1ri. ,i I .ir ., 1 i
and bh. t i, !IIcr-'a-'l :il'bol r o( ),*' -
iple from o her so ::n< 'o art vein-
turing in New ()or'a> 1 laurel Hill, Oct. 7.--4Good sea fall
S in N ea;hr. Windy and farmers coming -
in with cotTon every day and a receiv-,
CONTRACTS ALL LET i a fair price, a little more than 9
cents.
OR E AIROAD Th Alex Brown Mill just east of
[R N W town is cutting lumber and shingles
both uay and night. /
Capt. Eric von Axelson is erecting*
CHIPLEY IS ENTHUSIASTIC OVER the building and expects to get the


LINE NOW BEING BUILT


ST. ANDREWS.


Special to The Journal.
FChiple O. X O T. -'7': ,' < 1 "
gallroad is nou al' co;. (xeld :'


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Andrew.- o t, 1 ',,isni -li. <(; a.. a A' I n .:
11 of the contra;'ors are a, ieri. Aii
good forces. The r,)ad av'v ;in x\-
cursion frmn Chipley io i, Ilake th b
other day and w- guarantee' that :h,-
road makes th( rch-ap;,T'st excursion
rates of an. road it Fiori .a
The question in V::shin~ton county
now is. where aw:ll i" slit. 'or :b'
court house h blce I" e Al The ph'inz.-
are in favor o!T Cbip;,. Most of the
ritert in favor ot Vernon claim th.
location on :ht po):n" ,4 health but.
S forgot to mi:zzle ;h4 r,'rilar cirrcs-
podient of the Ch.p(iy Banner. In
bits notes to that paper fr,m Vernon
bt( made thirteen para.zraph- and
twelve of them relat,' ,s chills and
fever in that many families. One' fant-
fly had Wve down and ,ven the ('ourn-
a tt family a: h,' t .:':i ha six out of
'even down. and :h chill and fever
medicine a: ith jail cost $2.2, ) for
September Tha' wo-;ld pay over 6
per cent on $5.0 i a ? ear,
County court coln'nes in Vernon
next Monday. N<: ing special or o:
aiuch imriw--ance to an zar: atn ion.
tbw our hiustI pr;ni .-.( ;in at;,Tn y
of Washingor (oun\ A P Carmich-
*el. has e':h:IeTi w- -k,4e cases that
will n:ak- it in:er-s::r.' fou: some of
them.


TAMPA FIREMAN KILLED
IY LIVE WIRE STRIKING NECK
Tampa. Oct. 7.-\Vhi,' fighting fire
which destroyed a d.zen frame bui]d-
S ngJg at Seventh av nue and TwenTy--
eecond street last ni;h:t. Lput Sher-.
If Louis Call txhurg was killed by a
live wire. Tne wire fell. striking Cal-
ktberg on t habark of the neck. Ger-
eral others were also knocked <.oan
I by live wires, but no: seriously injur-
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machinery in position and will be
ready by November 1 to make up all
the cane in and around this section,
into fin. syrup, he having an output
soni'ithing IIke $10o0 on this plant.
lorn-To Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jones,
Friday morning. a girl.
J. W. Garrett, our efficient agent,
sptnt a few day's in DeFuniak Springs
ihi.. week.
Our first marr's court was he?*- yes-
terda. allernoim. Mayor COmpbell let
the boys off wth a $1.00 fine for dis-
charging fire arms inside the corpor-
at on limits
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Whittington and

Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Gorabn are on a
fishing trip down on Yellow river this
week.
J. H. Gwdas. superintendent of the!
F. & A. L. Co.. of Jalco. Ala.. was wvth
the home folks here Sunday last.
The preaching at Almarante church
last Sunday by Rev. Wheeler was very
largely attended by lAur?l Hill. By a
spe, ial collection $40.00 was mane up
to be expended toward. painting the
church building. Mr. P. J. Hart of
this plac? is circulating ,e petition.L


FOOTBALL

October 7
By ASsociated Preas.
Georgia Technological 54; Nor*h
Aericul't;riai college 0.
Vanderbibt 34: University Alabama.


University Tennessee 104; Ameri-
can University of Harrtman 0.
Chicago I'niversity. 42; low%, 0.
Carlisle Indians 11; Pennsylvania
Stp(e Collere. 0.
Harvard, 22; Tniversity Maine, 0
West Point. 11S: Co!gate College,6
Yale. 16: Saracuse 0.
Cornell 24: Bucknell 0.
Columbia University I(; Westylan 9
Princeton 34; George'Avn 0.
University Pewnsylvanli 11; SwarL-
!more 5.


CONFIDENCE


IS RETURNING


t* dte w odea0s ad Sir-
miN g COmu are Losing
F r if Fever.


END OF 11lth WEEK


No. 1-TN TIM OMD) DA3'8 M HaN WATY-MAN USE DTO IUNT FOR 1MS VICTIMS.
No. 2-NXOW HN 13 AN RAMU1NS (MPA&4 OFnflCAaI,% 6l INMI MATm (A&B, CuALLOMS-
"I MOH 1Wi'"AND U) YOU -K MR DAUB (WVI~tM"KIRTo S&ND OWU TM(CM.


60M kI -- as he had it Ia an epidni-ic in Ior
vious years
'B By Associated Pres. Paul Tornoe, is also reported oa tS
S. American League. sick list, Iut his case has not y
SWasct^ T 5 >Phila'!rbhia 4. (f irst been passed upon.


gamee)
,Washington 3; Philadelphia 3. (sec-
ond game. Five inning )
Cleveland 1: Detroit 7.
St. Louis 1; Chicago 2. (Arst game)
St. Louis 7: Chicago 7. secondn I
game. 8 'innings.)
Boston 7; New York 6. (first game)
Boston 12; New York 9.( soconl'
game.)
National League.
Brooklyn 4; Boston 10. first game)
Brooklyn 11; Boston 7. (second
game.)
New York 4; Philadelphia 3. (flrst
game.)
New Yorki; Philadelps i 6. secondd
Pitstbrg 1; Chlcago 2.
Cilneanati 3; St. lAulo. 7. (first
game.)
Cinpanti 6; St. Loula 3. (second
game.) *


NEWSY ITEMS
FROM THE COUNTRY
Windy Valley, Oct. 7.-The YeljI*
Jack has not got us ye*.
We are enjoying ,Urselves out it
Windy Valley.
The wind is blowing very hard V,
day, but we hope it won't blow all the
Madam Stegomia out hare.
The picnicers of Windy Valer I-
pect to have a picnic at Sandy WWl.
lams Avepiue under the MagnoUS
tree today.
The young girls, Mis3 Berths MXq
ford, Miss Marguerite Hunger, Migs
IAllian Harris, Miss Aacle Petersm.
built the tale Saturday, all expecting
to have a great time.
Mr. Joe Merlin is qukio a poptar
guard out here.


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Dan Patch Breaks His YETERniY'Q

IRSTITUTINOwn World's Pacing Record ESERD

y Amssoclated Press. ovation was continued several mln-
Lexington, Ky., Oct. 7.--,an Patch, utes. In the stretch Dwa Patch made
king of pacers today clipped three no last supreme effort but he Just
quarters of a second from his own finished the mile as he begun it.
world's record, negotiating a mile in
all st Pa l Back1:55 14. A crowd of ten thousand( d ANOTHER RECORD BROKEN BY f a tr in So =e s
People witnessed the notable event LANCANDA IN THE 2:04 CLASS Was m
Wh ghaHenSpin f Po1il and expressed appreetation in fre,-
zeWhihd pplase. When e T card was Lexington, Oct. 7.-Lancanda broke Than That for Sevral Days
Shung up the great crowd i.Arew wraps the world's pacing record in the sec-
rpEPMand hats into the air and swarmed ond heat in the 2:04 class in 2:02 I .
onto the track, despite tie efforts of fiat. The old record of 2:02 1-4 was
policemen to keep them off and the held by Dan R.
LAWSON AT WORK ISCASS; OIEDEATH
contributions be placed in the treasurY 15 CASES ONE DEATH
under penalty of a revocation of the
company's license to transact business
He Ils~ rMizingaIm-PrtCtlWCOr in Missouri for failure to comply I U W
iti for Policy Nd. with the demand. Sad Case O f edM r. Schltl e
CANDIDATES FOR PRIVATE "W se HO Re hL I -
SEORETARY TO GOVERNOR
GOVERNORS OF STATES AND -A O VEHOR IBLE
OTHER PROMINENT MEN APE Tallahasse Oct. 7.--Governor r [ T AGED COUPLE WHO HAD NO
ward has not named anyone to suc- KNOWN RELATIVES THEY DIED
ASKED TO ACCEPT PLACES ON ceed M. A. Brown as private secretary.
ON COMMITTEE FOR PURPOSE It is understood that R. C. Dunn, secre- WITHIN THREE DAYS OF EACH
tary to the railroad Commission, and OTHER-VICE CONSUL BONAR
OF SECURING PUNtH-MENT OF J.., Wlfe, of Pensacola, are among
GUILTY INSURANCE OFFICIAL.s the candidates for tire position. BSs Becam Enmangled in WWl- 1. ImovN s *LOWLY.
'The tate Board of Pardons heard
the appeal for commutation of the ing Shaft and EMry Dne in
By Associated Pre. death sentence in the case of Caldwell L
Chicago, Oct. 7.-Dispatches from and Larkins Thursday. 0ol. Nat. R. Her WS allowing is the olah
Jefferson City, Mo., say that Govern- Walker appeared for Caldwell and W maty of the yellow fever altu-
or Folk has received a telegram frox I a Per mary of the yellow lever situ-
Thmas W. Lawson. of Boston ak Larkins. The case was discussed at Special to The Journal. tion up to last night:
ing him to accept a place with other length, but no action will beken un- Wharton, Texas, Oct. 7.-Whll on New cases .. ..........1: *
governors and strong representative til further Investigations *are made. a visit to an Oil Mill, l.,oking at te Total cases to date ......4
men of the country oI a protective machinery the dress of Miss Irene o Deaths yesterday ..........
committee for the policy holders of Notts became entangle-! In a shaft Totalldeathsto daeS.......38 3
the Equitable, New Yo; ife and DEMOCRATS N ME some eighteen inches fr the oor Cases discharged ......
Mutual Insurance Companies, to doE- and she wa whirled about, striking Cases under treatment .. ..106
mand restitution of money from cato TA the floor with great o0rce at every
companies tnd obtain ft punishment A STAl I TICKlI revolution. She was "nconseo s---
for the guilty offleials. Governor when rescued and succumbed to her
Folk will probably not be able to Injuries this morning. Nearly every Fifteen new case--on3 deah
accept thile MrostlonOnaVouTt of bone in her body was broken. Such was yesterdL3.'s bowilrA
preng duon MASSACHUSETTS CONVENTION bone in which Is a slight improvement over
A special tor St. PastMinn., the report of the previous day. This
that G overnor Johnst.Pa receivednn ay MAKES ALL NOMINATIONS JEW ISH DAYittle provement brings with t
that Governor Jo o received a J WI D some encouragement, and t Is hoped,
similar telegram from fawson asking BY ACCLAMATION. and expected, too, that Sundays sad
that he rec-esent his ertcon on the OF ATONEMENT report will show e
committee. The governor replied ac- gr et rM irmra aswile.
cepting the propolo, Te new ee report terra.
__--- Boston, Oct. 7.-General Charles W. Tae new cas report esWr
Lawson Declines to Talk. Bartlett of Boston, was today nomsin- IT BEGINS TONIGHT AND CONa.Mrs. e C. te 416 W. Wr'!t.
Boston, Oct. 7.--Tlbom W. Lawson ated by acclamation as a candidate TINUES FOR NEXT TWENTY- Mrs. A. diLastro; S. Aleanlz.
fdem for over.or 1 Maspachusetts by the Mrs. J. 1. Bryan, 707 N. Spring.
form a oaiito e G n 1i demoaratle - eomvention. Heniy FOUR HOUaS. Mack Morril, 50 W. Gegory.
tele l10 Ooverwni lpot M t t e e u Heity I Ms. W M. Wfterew. 5 DeLeon.
and refused to make pa.ic the names M. Whttney. of Brooklyn. was nomin- ee 2. 3g i 2ft, 7" F Wright.
to whom telegrams had bf en sent, baU. ated for Lieutenant Governor by accla. 8. C. Ialdmo. 410 Gregory.
he said a number of governors aUld nation. The other names on the tick- With the twilight this- eet g John X. Boyle, 610 A.Ims.
leading civilians were among the et were accepted as rAp)oted by the Ywh Kipper, hed acred ay f la tAngs raterr, 318 V. Aregory.
committee and are as fji:ows: SecrN- Jews, will begin. Yom Kipper ser- s Robinson, 706 Orth eg .
Missouri Demands Restitution. tary of State, Henry B. L, tle, of New vices will be held this evening at 6 Lo Ro Whte, 311 9thmanve.
Jefferson City, Mo., Oct., 7.-State Berryport; Treasurer and Receiver i o'clock at Temple Beth-el when t Mrs.M. R Whit ome, 311 E. Roana .
Superintendent Insuran' W. D. V"n- General J. Doherty, of N.rth Admae ,advent of the great day of days for rdy 3 3 Alcan .
diver today sent ccmm nications to or a the Jews will be proper sheed i Mrs. Jane Dyw. 404 E. Garden.
President John A. McCall, of the Ncw Auditr, H. B. Ashe, of North Adams, The absence of the Ribbi and (
York Life Insatanrce Company de- Attorney General John D. Leihy o, many of the members of the oongr& Deth of fM.r 8:hutte.
manding that $148,702, campaign fund Boston. gation will prevent the usual elabor- The only death reported is that i t
ate ceremony. Irederick Schultes, who died at the
hospital yesterday afe.rnooa. Mr.
Schultes's death was predicted a d NEW S OF THE WEEK or two ago when his -vife died at
S108% st GEvaernment; street, where
A TT MUSCOG F the aged couPle bad beo 'tling for a
DAT ra v4 E oanrber of years. Bren at the time of
her deata, he had a severe case of yel-
u!cogee, Oct. 7-Muscogee Is low fever, but would not give In to
quaraned andogee, .there snoW I It. The worry brought on by the so.
allowed, everybody has to stay at rious Illness of his age*! wiLe ws
home, and amuse themselves or be enough to weaken his mental fawl-
amused by attending a party or a ties but when she died, he nearly oW
S dance once In by while his mind completely, and it was wit
dncne i ad whil so-me difficulty that he was persaded
Se of Our Vattitng population are
ome o our lsiting population are o go to bed. The physician, however,
having a long vacation, especially those ew that L, had the fever, and knew
living In Alabama or Mississippi, and that h th ef fever.a kne
Jack Frost and expect to bid farewell very small. He was taken to the
to the mosquitoes in the sunny landh oitare a put da dEh r elo eda pi
of powers in the "good old sum "three ds after t-he death of his life'.
time" as soon as the quarantine i re- companion.
of Js. Fr They lived alone and had no rela-
: pending a pleasant vacation and open- h.ia enr ant wtc l dr e He
S-" ed school here Monday, October 2, with r had been io t watch, for may
_-_- a lage attendant. years on lou er P0alaox street.
Mas Ola Mullins Is assisting Mm The death of the old couple tmarks
until Miss Bffie Letter, assisting teach- another.d Page In t a'storyot the
U]. | er for Mosoogee school arrives. Britihh Vie Coel mar is sSI
..H- .. .. --IA dance was ghien in the Muscogee ry l. altou not cM d
tended spent a pleasant evening. gerously so. Mr. Bonr wa reported
Miss Mamte Preeman and Miss Sal- Ibetter yest erday. s
lie McKnilon, of Jennings, Fla., are dn te st o new canes reported I
Mri Frank Hr e ders has been ill spreading all over the city, but, cor-
-forth past two end but has been ill er what theyr eve to -
ST for; the pest two weeks, but ii abe to td wth physician are cotel.
S w. be "p ing t remarkably well.
Geo. Slocumb was taken sick y-.
S BASE BA L terday, and immediate'y sent to tM
NE hospital. His case has not been final-
SV ly diagnosed yet, and ai, friends sy
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An OrItafte -to sWWW O te4W
6.iSip Jca The Jmsi tmao.ulat tcas n Mmauitoe ad to A| 8 A M| n
De Funik SprIns, Oct. .-Mr. regulate e euttg at w A.
IiBolan i Baines, andMs Council of the City of Pelsmoola:
*ly ^D M l -- f Sand Mrs. A. ChristIe, Mrs. Basses' Be it ordatneg by the Vfapr sad H CU tAT P.M* r tr BBsnWPCS
ca where- they spent the su e. dy of lrch to the frstdayofDe1r h
EMr. Geo. W. Ward has purchased a of M arsh to the r st day ll De
houte anrI lot in the east era part of for any person who shaj-own. control
town and n soon move his fm SECOND WE
Epr occupynn a Qt, or- n r S E C OD W E
|Mc l Tb Ki were aped t t r the tire or employee of any such person, to
I- chool board togo to h' I assee to fallow any vessel, tin ca, or recepta-
resnt a ota ld for .the purclae o cle, of any kind whatsoever contain.
The board of dlbrect drsni .|ring stagnant water, or water in which
asoito The board of ld'reaes c t the larva of the mosquito may exist,
asciaton heid a meting nday o r remain anywhere uon such S
and discussed the postponement oa lot, parcel of land, or premi. s.
yW IL L C U R E the fair on acco nt of the quarantlne ee. 2. That during the time .
Tiey beel irnfldnt the' p a apCONTINUES TO
SThe)- feel confident that the present mentioned In the foregoing section it
restriction will be remove' by that shall be unlawful for any person who
Sctinae, and fhe fair will be held at t shall own, control, or oesupy any lot. T
a c A se o appoin tod ne. o4 s pad el of land, or premise in the City
SMr. '. C. Eaton has 3ol8 his land of Pensacola, or for the agent. ber-
ID Ngy c insisting of r. abcut 5.,0O ,acres, vant, representative or employee of are r i gth o W ar
o t ad Dr. P. R me o aato DAn suchperson, to allow weeds tfabrics and Dress Materials; all the new
port and Dr. E. P. Rosy p of Valdosta grow upon such lot, parcel of lanIa
!. e iput up a turintm or premises to a height exceedingFDress m materials; alltnew s
or farmthere. eighteen (19) inches.
o heh orms and at.- equipment hheeo r"sa s herein us the new Color Com binations. The display
of compaFy K have arrived and the shall be held to Include all rank vege-- t
BLADDERncape at LakeCit. Cap table growth which exhale unpleasant this Bi Store in all departments is beyond
Fiou y is(c p v aery proud of hissoldier or noxious, odors, and also all high
Fiournoy ter proud of whis and rank vegetable growth that may and winter stock was bought before the (
D ISE A SE ithe. .are doing. Three nights of esch conceal pools of water, trash, filth, or
v-tok re uken up by them ard the detrimental dto which may b no single instance did we neglect any dep
Sp:. few da.s have compelled some or, Sec. 3. That tt shall be the duty
th at s Ith# mlto '3O double duty on account of Iotthe Board of Public Works to cause
Sthei:r d.:itic- at court wh'ch is Ia to be cut down and removed from all
Aoer here. Captain Flournoy will ap public ways and other public plac11o
beyond a *-tnnmary court 'fr the dis- of the City all weeds which shall growtem s That W ill Crowd the Big and
ol y cipline of the company vs s-on as to the height exceeding eighteen (18)
lcutenants Flournoy and Gillis reinches; and It shall, also, be the duly e L'"f u"l yA T A
e their commissions. of said Board to cause to be to be ct dow New a Silks Ready-To-Wear
th e reach A Good High School. and removed from any private prem-
ises all weeds growing thereon to a Silk Par Scotch Plaid Waisting, New Oriential designs in Kin
The patreL, and citizens of the town .height exceeding eighteen inches onae Skin Moire Velour, New i es
o- mmed icine an coun r are justry proud of their whenever the owner of said premises, Radium Chiffon Taffeta, New Walking and Dress Skli
S& hilschooi and the excellent reput or other person who is required by F New Cravinette Coats, Cloa
tion it bears. Several families are this ordinance to cut down and re. Black Fleur de Prance, Jackets to arrive this week,
N wanting to move here to give their move the same, fails or refuses to do Black Pea de Cygmn,
0 childrenn 'he benefits of it, bet can- so. Black Pea do Sole, New Norfolk Sweaters and B
not get houses. The principal of the In the event that said Board shall Black Louisiana Imprime Our Handkerchief ana, Gl
d c school. Mr H. J. Rogers, is a thorou auseweeds to be cut down and re- lac
n ed icine teach1ir, a fine diciplinarla, and th'a moved from any private premises the Black Chiffon Tafeta, yd. wide at 98c apartment is complete in every
is his second year in the school He cost theredf shall be certified by It to to $1.71 yd. Tuesday and Wednes'day
holds a stitte life certificate and hs the Comptroller and the same shall be Banial Pride of Japan, display Gage Bros. and Phipps
can d m assistants are teachers of natural asses as a special tax against said Backhantung Pongee to-Wear treat and Dess Hat
exception of one who also holds a said premise to be enforced in tke Black Messaline and HEoutal. Millinery Department.
1sttc life certificate, are graduates of manner provided by law for the cel-
SW U M W To Ir tIe former State Normal School. New jectiot a other apectal tx bills.
12011N Vin- iaSt i .^ pupils are driving. daily and many Sec. 4. That noting rein shalof j
v aail., I nd., writess. "Fori more are expected to en-er when the be construed as applying to ay on-
wa rd. w iths kiormd summer schools close the end of thlu improved lot, or parcel of land, or
Safbectios wich m month. Several of the ormW Nor publp, way not within the limits 17 years In knee pants at 1.s0 to 6. 00, andI
Pais and h wTsw ihSca J lsnduwasah lmal students hVba entered and they bounded as follows: on the North by
ru des and a year ago had are receiving the same able l tru- Gonzales Strept, on the South by HoyearS at *S.5 g tO I fo.00.
arasde. work entirely. I had three o ton. In the high school department Hickory Street, on the East by Tenth
the bet physei who did e so good Prof. Rogers is:teacher of Latin and Avenue, and on the West by Olivia
sd I ws practically riem u to di.e mathematics. Prof. Bouteile of science Street. "
F y's Kidney Ct was a iand Miss Christine 0. Gillis, of eng- Sec. 6. That any peopn convict
sad tO Smt bottle gave mr m relief, lish and history. ed in the Police Court .of violating
and after the second botle I w Deeth of Little Girt. any provision of seetlph one (1), or
*atiely cared.' section two (2) of this ordinance
=I .Sk An Mabel, the eldest daughter of Mr. shall be punished by a fine not ex-
A and Mrs. TV. 1. W. Cawth(n died here ceding one hundred dollars, or by im-
Friday morning. The I!Lle girl had rTfltftt at nft exce (0)OW day,
---M--- B been ill about ten days. aud although- or by both" such ne aUW imprlbsoI i.,,,. -
a m U she was a very sick child, no'serious ment in the dlScr Uto of the Re City o y assistant THE
alarm was felt for her. The night abrdcr. City eakOor, or say assistant THE
W. A. D'ALEMBERTU, before she seeded so ranch better end Sec. 6. That this ordinance shall of such oI eb r who shall be duly an
- was rest so eaay that the family take. effect Immediateth ed by the City B rd of He SHORT LINE H
.__._._._ retired about eleven ,'clock. Be-- ee, Tlatr all inanees an ls .S y p who I N
tween two and three o'elook Mrs. past of ordinances in. dbnflot here- f11, V 4 fse, to a lpw any"
Cawthon awakened and going the with be and the same are hereby re- ebufldn, or red, lac Is herein providEgat
bedside of her daughter foeand that the pealed. ed, orwho s ledi an Is herein provided
death angel had be there alrody, Passed September 23, 0. or who ll in any manner re t, aa and Northwest
and the south had taken 'ota lg9t. It Approved September ., 19s05. pose, hinder or interfere with the City
was indeed a heavy blow, coming so Attest: OHAS. H. BLISS. Health Omcer, Marshal, or other duly via
suddenly as it did. Mabel was in her C. E. MaIUTT, Mayor. authorized person in the doing of .any.
fourteenth >)ar, and of a lovely dis- Clerk. thing relating to the fumigation or Chicago, Omaha, St. Louis and Kansas
position. The funeral was held tai screening of any building, or place, or City Is the
morning f-om the reside-oe, conduct- PUIGATION AND SCaEENING. ia t ernce of any other orf as
ed b the Rev. Mr. Calhoun and ie cal duty, as herein provided, or as Union Pa i o s CC
remains Interred in the city demetory. An Ordinance to provide for the fumi- may be prescribed by the rules and nin
a r .r. nation and screening of certain regulations of the City Board of I f
SBVC;and ConceIt.' buildings and places to prevent the Health, or who shall destroy or dam- and connections, with through sleeping
Driver s The young men composing the De spread of Yellow Fever. ago any screen which shall be placed cars.
Funtak bano, in response to a petition Be it ordained by -he Mayor ana in any building, or other place, shall One-way colonist rates on sale from
A a : presented to them by the Town Im- Council of the City of Pensacola: upon conviction thereof in the Police September 15th to October 31st, 1905
Aw provement Association, rendered Section. 1. That whenever the Court be punished by a fine of not ex- To California, Oregon, Washington,
-1 .some swell music Thursday evening. -State Health Omcer, or the City Board ceeding Plve Hundred (500) Dollar, Montana, Utah, etc.
They have consented to give a con- of Health, shall announce that yellow or by imprisonment not exceeding six- Speelal round trip rates to Califor-
oo es cert twice a month on the band stand fever exists ia the City of Pensacola, ty (60) days, or by both such fine and nia and the Lewis & Clark Exposi-
A large number of their friends con- the building, or place, which ay such imprisonment, in the discretion of the tion at Portland, Oregon, until Sep-
gregated eat: by to be in closer touch case of fever shall exist; and all build- Recorder. i timber 28th.
with the music, and they hope the wings and places within three hundred See. 4. That this ordinance .shall Ask for through rate from your
IS l s concerts -.n be given twico a week in. (300) feet thereof, and all places and take effect Immediately. station and secure literature. In-
-stead. The members of tue band who all buildings in which any per- Sec. 6. That all ordinances, "nt formation freely given.
added so much pleasure to t'e even- son infected with yellow fever parts of orfliances, in conflict here- J. F. VAN RENSSELAEfR,
S Pro e~lL ~ in; -ere Mr Ruby Burdi.k. Dr. L. F. shall have been within five (5) days with be and the same are hereby ro- General Agent,
srotced SCawthon. Dr. Harley Cawthon, Mr. prior to the tim atf the announcement peted. 13 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga
SGordon Henry Mr. Glen Beach, Mr. that he was infected wlh said dis. Pased Beptember 28. 1905. O. W. ELY, T. P. A.
H H pe Cawthon, Mr. Hiward Caw- ease, shall be subject to fumigation Approved September 23, 1905.
Sthou, Mr. Walter Cawthon, Mr. Gills with such disinfectants and in such Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS.
5 rTL l Douglass. Mr. Herman Bludworth, Mr. manner as may be prescribed by the C. E. MELRITT, Mayor. r e*-s on "fr cctry
SFrapk Whou,. Mr. Ro s Helms, Mr. City Board of Health; and all build- Clerk. 0SS0r Of.
5, I A-Azy Wilson. ings and places which shall be fumi-
5----I I 5 p Road Buidinlgated as hereln provide shall also be An Ordinance to Fix the Salary of the PATTL CAMP
S-- .,-,,- ------5Road Building. thoroughly screened in such manner City Attorney. PATTILLO CAMPB5LL,


f M UI I IxI l I *'I 1=1The 1nwn council met ain regular as the City Board of Health shall Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Coun. AttomevatLaw wa
se -!zion Tl.ursday night and tie most prescribe. cil of the City of Pensacola:
5[ *UUUUUE5important measure they tok wa< an Sec. 2. That Is shall be the duty Section 1. That beginning on Sep- Room 405 Thiesen Building. dcle
2 appropriationn of $200 towards building of the Marshal and police of the City, tember first, 1905, the salary, of the [fin
---- I a hard ro.d; the money to be avail, and all sanitary inspectors vested City Attorney shall be Twelve Hun- HO PLEY,
Sabhe when the hard roa.l to be built with police powers, to cause the ar- dred Dollars ($1,200.00) per annum.
S TH KIN hy private rartes rea'hev. the city rest of all persons who shall fail, or Sec. 2. That all ordinances and LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
IS THE KING Slimits. A tax of five mills was levied refuse, to allow any building, or parts of ordinances in conflict here- COLLECTIONS&
OF ALL for thb year 1905, which L., also of im- other place to be fumigated, as pro. with be and the same are hereby re- PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
Si portance. A committee of the T. T. A., vided herein; and it shall be the duty pealed. PHONE 559.
5 GC Aaprpared before the council ani p-o. of any such officer upon the written Passed September 6, 1905.
SCIGARS. g posed that they would superintend tm- order of the Mayor to enter any such Approved September 6, 1905. y
=I provemients of certain s't ets provid- building, or place, between the hour CHAS. H. BLISS, J. P. STOKI S,
TRY I i ed the tow,' would bear the expense. of S o'clock a. wr., and 5 o'clock p. m., Attest: Mayor of City of Pensacola. Attownewnd CounLilort Law
TRY ONE I It was decided hat th- committee of and to cause the same to be fumig-t- C. E. MRRITT, Clerk.
he T. L A. iht act an advisory ed and screened as herein provided septaw4wast Government street.
..-- -bar, in conjunction w:th the town under the personal supervision of the General Law Practice.
Marshal. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
,,, ,, Estate of E. H. Ham, deceased.-- GEOG DO V LLE
oCrediors, legatees, distributees and
i e man or woman suffering froa 11| | | | all persons having claims or demands ATTRNEYAT.LAW.
mervousness should seek the company against the said estate are required Rom 5 Thie**n r Id. Phone 734 .
O gtonship of healthy persons free from to present them to me within two (2),
e nervousness. The meals ought to be **BefotmT a lacwmar.ets.ladadbaom- e years from this date.
eaten very slowly. All ordinary hygl- i. te 910hu k onmy a d Wo s MRS. C. G. CHERRY, W ELSH & SM ITH,
enit rules are to be obeyed. Will exer- we I.an thepimpleshaveallditem W4tVomUr September 2, 1905. Administratrix. N
Agents. cises are good. The nervous person a. .latr uthIl thatAawo o JA.". e rui I ST.
iTrlt tIl.l l li0V 1-1ittl| Bmust, to use a figure of speech, spring cleasR.G Sarddia Administrator's Notice. Fisher Buldin. 24
_h 1HM(ta : -IFse Bidn,241/2, South Palafox


out of the warm. nervous bed and
plunge into the cold bath of effort. The be For
thing he dreads doing is the very one The owe
he should do. says Woman's Life.
One excellent plan for nervous men
and women is to attend a good theater
and watch the demeanor of some self iii re W
possessed actor or actress. Let (Mse, V
sttdy that dmeaw aad try foa md1
tate it. It will b snm tr f-r
Ito do'e "aem ,btae by aM g ma

dulgin in any other of the purpowele i SeMeg tur Ce aSe ,,
act seo common t tohe .ervie,. *MMn L-- ,119 T USI


Estate of John E. Lawless, deceased.
Crealtore. legatee%, distributees and
all persons having claims or demands
against this estate are required to
present them to me within two years
from this date.
MILTON R. CLARKA
September 30, 1905. Administrator.
loctoawSw.
PLUTOI PLUTO!
Keep your system in good condition
and you nmd not fear any daiease.
Plato, the gralt stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.
McHugh.


Street
PHONE 525.
PR. JNO. B. TILLER,
Dentist.
Room I, Brent Building. Phone, 8.

WM. D. HOWE,
Attereyand Couellor at Law
401 Thiesen Building.


*n THE BIG STORE
OPENSES AT 8 A. M.
CLOSES AT 5 P. M.


Iv1M r1i


EK OF


vision of Fashi

'MORROW.


showing the. very latest
Shades; all the new Weave;
now being made through
d conception, as our entire
outbreak of Yellow Jack, ar
artment.


Busy Store This Week:


0ods
>onas,
rts,
iks and

louses,
ove De-
detail.
we will
a' Ready-
ts in our



New Fall Dress Go(
Imported Chiffon Broadcloth,
Sponged and Spot-proof Broadcl
Changeable Radium Mohair Suit
All Waal Drap d'ete and Henrie
Radiant Phantom Mohair Check
Shadow Mohair Melanges.
Drape de Nymph Suitings,
Panama Taffeta Suitings.
Mohair Chaffenir, Mohair
Checks.
The Flannel Renalsance Waist
Paradign Lustre ana' Mobling Si


raf Suits Pangilsg in size from
Youths' Long Pants Suits, sIzi




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Frank Reilly, Agent, Pensacola Florida


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Fall
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cloth.
in-s,
ettas,
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Chene
ting,
uitings.

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all- pggupgggig


SNEN YOU WANT A ThWI
-- AT A CERTAIN TIME, THAT
s ITH TIS AMOU WANT
IT, CTAI3.
This htae of the adval-
tages of trading here.
The s m with a average
gmore a get a perfect
StutCg salt here am Ave
Minutes. A ma with a
SIy3oty of shpe or












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Mrs. arts, we oa C-ot(-.
Is til with f ver. Reilalte are tha*
anm- em" wa tmurs Cut to eIyl-
UAS. Joi Mare who bad been
41 evTe% EsE Sob"bto.be up a" has-
st, a m .. _
The lMrhrt 4btar of Mr. sad Mra.
k IL irmk Aber r d ."last
t r.e ant re ma wi uereuy
t6 a I sL JowPe m ceOAteN.
TtR wl be servia at Temple
Brs s todry ia wIe a.-d C at 1i a.
*1, SiPOa. M-mber of the coare-

Axt a the amnt r.m1 0a theo Ree-
t- to.*Fo Is the U.okeL. ae.,* of
br OLM to J. SL Banneof tht1

N hN Mwas taken ill yesterday m
or oag about 8 o elock, and is nsow
aat ead to tS bed at the bore of his
atiber on Mast Wright street.


a'


doh Or I aurpdIs


Mayor Blis desires as who have,
valuteered to act as saaftrW I speOO-
tors and all who Wfl do so to st his6
at the city hall toay at 10 a. 4 rW
conealtaton. The meettag w VWbeam
of short durtmon and wml be agoWr
ed frm today utll 1 p. X Moday.
Notles is now give of the Mharty
meeting became tgre wvIl 6e o pa.
per tamed between now and the time
of the Monday meetag.
The special wrk of theme inspectors
Is to report mae a 4day all ew ems
of sekness. l mutamly they are to
report any other matter relatlag to
health that tbW may se tFaer.
The following gastlmea have vol-
unteered their s.ercea s d have been
appointed sanitary Inspectosn o their
respective districts:
Hon. John 3. Stillman, Mok 88 Bel-
ouot Addition.
Neuls McKense Oertlag bleok 26
King Tract.
Bon. Sol Oahn, blocks 365 ad 44 el-
nout Addition.
Hon. A. YAlemberte., blocks 45
and 46, Belmmot Additioa.
& fbrum, blocks S and 44K. ld.
nca Tract.
J. M. Coo, block in which ae vies.
J. R. Kellar, hock la whiw h Stratton
Iee Works is located.
John s. Lewis, block 44 ew City.
Tos F. Wrihton, block Ia Which he
lives.
W. F. Sed, Jr, block 14, sOdmut Ad-
dition.
ee. Wentworth, lock 2, Delmont
Oeo. T. Morges, block 87, New City.
Dr. A. L. Rettiaer, bkot 2 ana
black east BDelmt AdOtiUs.
Robt. McLella, block la which he
lives, 421 B. Ooveraeast.


F. C. Huam rules, 2 blocks west
DeVMlers, between Roamam and
den.
Thos. Brite.a, three blocks (got
signed). -


port all new e and other atte
to City HKealth Oeer Piefot eve
Say.


Takes the burn mt; heals the wound;
cures the palt. Dr. Thomas' balectrec
Oil, the household remedy.

it has ben a esm"l advo he to
Tostpabe the regular ineetin of this
asoclatnloo frm next Monday night to
the net reWlsr meeting In Nover.
By order of the President.
TBOS TUTTL See.
NOTICE
The meeting of Mt. Hlreb 1L A.
Chapter which was called for Mondav


3 &. 3 Mmebaugh, foreama of at e 9th st., is postponed until- farther
Jourmals mechanical deputmeat, who notice, by crder of H. P.
resides *a Notrh Alcaniz, is on the W. K. ANiAMMUit.
W&ck UK. He has been sick sine Secretary
SMi*. Iht expects to t e jut again in
S a tow days. ODacing School.
Pat Williams is In recellt of a bit Miss Louise Dooley will hold her
of Joful mews, which make it kpown dancing school Monday sad Thursday
that Mrs. Williams, who is visit'nin ights at the C. K. of A. Hall.
her mother at Disten. Fla., gave birth I
to a tea pound boy. Pat's friends are Blue Ribbon aLemon ano Vanilla Ex-
uogratulatisg him. tracts Flavor perfectly and besides
eventeen cases graced the police &o twice as far as most other brands.
court docket yesterday morning with,
the following disposition: Fve con- arrival there was unable to get deinilte
tined, eone discharged, one given 3SO l formation about the afair, so re-
days. ad' one given 29 days, and fines turned to the city.
mnoeattas to exactly iS.0O I ..43.. ..
m .nting.. $ W. I. Merlwether, went bmee yea.
Sheriff Van Pelt made many glad terday afternoon with a high fever.
hscts yesterday. in that good old way4 Mr. Meriwether was making prepara-
orhe he caused the ghost to walk. tlon to take is family to the deten.
All the quarantine guards and inspeo- tion camp today, but his sudden !"l-
turs doing duty for the county were neas has prevented the caryitg out of
tivue their pay yesterday evening. that intention.
There are ftlty-ve prisoners in the In writing to renew his subscription
oity jail at the present time. oat to The Journal Dr. .M C. Beanstt sena
of which 52 are negroes ind three are $:..00 for the fever relief fund. Dr.
Avhlte. The jail is not yet filled, how- Bennett will spend the next six months
ever. aal those who desire to "owak in Kansas City, Mo., where he wil take
knto jail" will be given the usual ac-. a post graduate course. He will open
commodations. !hi- office in Peasslbola agda next
Rev. J. 8Sibley. pastor of the First t m
Presbyterian church. arrivaa' in the You may fand private bhoers for
city yesterday afternoon after several eggs or butter or mUk or vestables
weeks' absence on his vacation. Mrs. or any of the products of the garden
Sibley and the children are in Birm-, or farm or ,,iry--thus finding your
kefe m.where they will remain for the '"best market"-by putting a want ad
preemt. Mrs. Bible- has been quite :iu The Journal. The ads are dirt
i1l, but her many friends will be glad; cheap, but ash. Try the "want ad.
tu ;ear that she is now greatly im- way."
Prwm"e. 1Ben. H. Thomas and iPercy 8. Hayes
A complaint was made yesterday at of The Journal, were moth able to be
tce sheriff's office from Ferry Pass, to out yesterday after a two weeks' con-
the efect that a goat and a hog hadi Onement by yellow fever. They were
been stolen. Frank fSaunders imme- looking somewhat pale, but their
diatoly proceeded to Ferry Pass with friends were neverthess glad to see
two of the sheriff's blooj' hounds to'them and they themselves seemed to
t ace down the culprit, but upon his be glad to get out.
V-
*




If you are naturally not as strong as your owe fortnste I
sisters, and for this reason experience dread rather than joy at 4
the prospect of becoming a mother, take courage and assurm
from this fact: Mother's Fnend is meant for you, and by itl
use kyou may pass through that glorious martyrdom which is
YO by divine right with so more discomfort than that ex 4eced by
dthin who by natut are possibly more adapted for the role of a oub
AOMWoS FRIEND
I S a laiment of po merit, and its great worth can be no
bet attest ed to han by the countless strong and heahhy
children who through its kindlyv offices have catered this
mwoid anhandicapped by amy detrumity or weakme. It
is a uihment which by extemal -ppf ation acts up n the
abdomial mwdes and permits of a painless p pu.Iti--....
-- lL, AMLMM16 016


S. utHTmrmo tor o r


NInS-T.YE A OY -
AWAY PIWM HOME ANM
FAMILY.

Obe of the sad IneIdants of the yel-
low fever here is connected with the
death of young Eddie Billdeau, a 19-
ear-old boy who died last Tuesday
at 807 Salamanca street.
Toung Biledeau's home was In An-
gtna, Me., .rtm where he left years
agm to Joit the navy, e ntrary to the
desire e o his mother and Uis 9ther
relatives. [ke most young boy of
sixteen the life of a 'Wi'or presented
untold glory and enjoyment, and
visions of great things came to h%
The boy's bright dreams were ref'li-
ly shortened. He succeeded in enter
Ing the navy as an apprentice, and
perhaps the brightest day of his lfe
It was when he left his paraantlal
home for the life of uniforms and
bress buttons
He had stood It three years, an4
grew tired of It. ,
He came to Pensacola on Ahe Vixen
from which he deserMed and sines
that time he had been going by the
name of Willie Savage.
He was taken with the yellow fever
a few days ago, and i though every.
thing possible was don3 for him. h
died last Tuesday.
Immediately after his deats his re-
athves were notified, and his brother
0. r.. Biledean, arrived in Pensacola
to oealre Into the particulars oft te
fortunate led's death.
Mr. DBdeleau learned with great
grief at the condition of the boy bo-
fb he died and was horifled when
he ftud that is brother had been
buried near the poor farm.n
The Unfortunate boy's family Is
wealthy and would have been ready
Sad wilig to send for hits, or ass!4i
him in a nameial way, tut they dr'i
not even know he was in Pensacola
or that be had been stia.
The news is being kept from his
s*ed mother for the preset, but she
Will be apprised of it eventually ,as
the body will be exhume I after quia.
autine is lifted and shipped to Au-
gamta and buried there In the ftamPy
tomb.


THE PENSACOLA
- CLASSICAL SCHOOL


OPINION OF KOUCATORS AS TO
ITS WORK.
Prof. Walter Miller, professor of
Oreek it Tulane University, after
vistlUng the classical school, wrote
4Ae fimllnng unselcltei opinion to a
t 4 a colleague:
dcng a splendid work for'the cause of
southera education. It is established
S bad. rWcies, It cherishes the
of sebrsikp; it asla.,
trains a high standard of excellence;
and by the best modern methods and
edWient it secures thoroughness of
ing comparable wih. that afforded
by the great fitting schools of the
east. To my mind the Pensacola
Classical School Is one of the very
best secondary schools of the south."
Dr. Venable, president of the Uni-
versaty of North Carolina, writes: tIt
pfviC me pleasure to testify to the
Sthoroughness of the preparation )f7
the students who have come from
your school to the university. We
should be glad to have more of the
same type."
Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of Latin
and History In the Alabama Polytech-
ric Institute, writes: "I consider the
Pensacola Classical School one of the
best fitting schools in this section of
the south. I can confidently endore
the thoroughness of its work and the
healthy manly atmosphere that per-
vades the institution.
ftr further information or cata-
lorgue of the school address.
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
Principal
One of nature's remedies; cannot
.iarm the weakest constitution; never
falls to cure summer complaints of
young or old. Dr. Fowler's Extract of
Wild Strawberry.

DETENTION CAMP
NOT YET FILLED


SEEMS TO BE DIFFICULT MATTER
TO GET A FULL QUOTO
THERE.
It seems to be a difficult matter to
get the detention camp filled up. It
was announced yesterday morning that
fourteen more would be admitted, yet
only nine made applicatlda. All nine
of them left yesterday on the noona
train, for the camp, the ultimate des-
tinations being in various parts of the
country. There is still room for six
more people, and it is possible that
enough of them will leave today to
make the full number. Those who left
were:
Miss A. J. Malone, MtK M. C. Day,
Mrs L Levy, Jehney May Levy,
Charlie Levy, Frank Jalcalone. Phil-
lip Starke, Joe Moosbc, J. R. Sim-
moos.
The first set of people who went
Into camp will be discharged the mid-
dle of this week, and thi will make
room for about 25 or 30 more.
Three of the guards at the camp
were discharged yesterday by Sur-
geon Banks, for leaving the reserva-
tI.oa without permission. These guards
were originally from Pensaeola and
had been given employment through
the efforfas of the mayor. Immediate-
ly after they were discharled they
wtre' the mayor petrmAt to return
to PenamoA, but be thought It better
iot to grant them as the men were
marines who had been discharged, amd
who were nla Peammcol here with
employment at the time he got them
put to work there.
The mayor at the time was erituchl


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The Greatest Bargains Ever Heard

of Will be Offered During This Sale


Our New York Buyer Picked up it Number of Phenomenal Values Last Week that

will make Interesting Items for this Special Cut Price Sale.


1 [ Pl Ce New7S Sffl All the latest styles bought at the clean-up
15es ftes N OIew6 sale of one of the lead-
ing 8ilk Mills, will go g, 4
on sale Monday morning in three Special Bargain lots at J7t' "U9 J7b5

DON'T MISS THIS GREAT SILK OFFERING


Sixty Ladies' and Misses New Style Tailored
Suits &d Coats.

In French Cloth and Unfinished Worsted. These are
a manufacturers sample line picked up by our buyer
at a big sacrifice in price, and will go on sale Mon-
day at
12.v60, v14,90 and *M1.90 Per Suit
Come early while we can fit you.


HATSII


150 Ladies, Misses' and Childrens'

New Fall Style Hats. The greatest bargains that will
be offered this season. Be on hand Monday. morn-
ing when the sale opens.


See Our Line of Kimonas in Percale and Flannelette, all the Best Styles

at Special Cut Prices.


LADIES' SAMPLE LEATHER BAGS
KW)j ents Sample Bags, all In best styles and In good quality, picked
up by ou uyer at 40 per cent less than regular value, all to go on sale
N t~~rfit at Special Cut Prices.

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Special Cut Prices for Monday and Tuesday on Sheets Pillow Cases,

Towels and Muslin Underwear. _


Special Bargains 10 to II a. m. Monday

20 yds. Best inch Bulls 10 yards Good Quality o 100 do. Men's Best 10 and
Head Domestic | |Drk or IAght Colors 12%c Seam ees Socks, 6
or .. .. .. ........... or.. ... .. ............ pair for.. .. .. .. .. ....
1C yards Best 36-Inch Sayles 10 yard. extra white Twilled AMill ads of Best IOc and
Bleaching Cambric fCrash Toweling o 12%c Outing Flannels, on
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ed for favoring these men in prefer-
ence to some of the home men, but
he says that his motive was in order
to keep these men from being charges
ce the city, as they were here without
home, money or work, and he thought
It was better to get them' out of the
dty for that reason.
Permits to the camp will be issued
today Just the same as in week days,
until the six have been admitted. '
Dr. Andrade will visi- O e camo to-
day in the interest of tb; state board
of health. He will return this ev3n-
ing.

WASHING WITHOUT WATER.
Is Like Trying to Get Rid of Dandruff
Without Herpliode.
Did you ever see any one trying te
wash themselves without soap or
water?
If you did what would you say of
him?
It is every bit as foolish to try to
get rid of Dandruff and to prevent
Baldness by feeding the germs which
cause It.1, with Canthrarides, Vaseline,
Glycerine aad similar substances
which form the principal Ingredients
of mnst so&alled Hair Vigors.
Newbro' Herpicide is successful be-
eause It attacks and kills the para-
sitic grm which feeds en the hatr
roots.
It Is the eriglual sad ely smuli
scalp germicide maneetre.
For sale by W. A. DAlemberte,
draggins an apothecary. 1 South
PlaftK street, ar r md l sstaapsM
to The BerpeldM O%, Ostrt, cb..


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CLOSING NOTICE.
Our store will be closed all day to-
morrow on account of Jewish holiday.
.KIAW GROCERY CO.
CLONQG NOTICE.
Our stores will be closed Monday
and will re-open Tuesday morning,
Customers will all please take notice.
D. KUGEMatN & CO.
Cact3t.
CLOSING NOTICE.
On account of the Jewish Day of
Atonement my store will be closed
Monday, October 9, 1905.
sat-sun L. JACOBY.
CLOSING NOTICE.
The Solomon Furniture Co., store
will be closed Monday on account of
holiday.
2ts. SOLOMON RNITO B 00O.
CLOSING NOTICE.
The Lewis Bear Co. store wfil be
closed Monday on account of holiday.
2ts THE IaWIS bEAR CO.
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1905


0 WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. *
so The Pensacola Journal is on 4
* sale at the following places Ia S
0 the city: 0
* Bay Hotel. 0
S ,Coe's Book Store.
S Depot ews Stand
* eam ook Store.
- Merchants Hotel.
* southern Hotel.
* Thompmson's Book Stre
* Waged I ee Cream Partl.
* Wagemheom's News Stand. *
' WalkSer Book Store.



Ihree Countie Still
Under Alabama's Ba.
Alabama hMae tally, out of the lag-
nanimity of her heart, consented to
raise her quarantine on Florida with
the eetption of LEsambia, Santa
Rora. and Walton countlee.
Alabama shows oonaid-rable good
sense la this action, s~ fsr as
it Sea, but why should the counties
of Santa Rota and Walton. be kept
under the ban? Walton county, In
particular is certainly far enoug.h
away trom Pensacola to preclude any
possibility )f infection from that
sor.rce, and the nearest land corm-
munication between Pensacola and
Santa Rosa county is family twenty
mile distant frem any icrected pinat.-
We hope that Alabama A ill at least
let Walton county in cnd when vhoe
Vees that Wrlton is not dangerous bhe
may they be induced to raise the ban


admit the Tarpon, It %ou!d look as
though Apalachicola ought not to be
afraid of her when she proceeds there
direct from Mobile.
When one stops to think of the tt-
titude of some people in our own state
regarding the transmission of yellow
fever, the laughable qcara.ntiae ins't'-
tuted by the distant state of Arkt,.-
sas against *Florida oranges does not
seem so strange after ail.
Apalachicola, we Lelieve, claims
the distinction of having been tLe
home of the man who invented the
process for the manufacture of arti-
ficial ice and, in fact, the remains of
that gentleman, we understand ar-e
buried there. Yet, in the light of re-
cent developmentss' we, have no
doubt that it a cake of Pensacola ie
were to float down to the fastidious
little capital of Franklin county, they
would want to establish a sawdust:
patrol to keep it from evaporating in
that vicinity.
A man was shot to death and fwo
others were badly wounded in a shoot-
ing affray following an all night poker
game In Mobile the other day. The
Mobile Item thinks that it is impossi-
ble to enforce the law prohibiting
gambling, or to regulate the oonduct
of the barroom, where t occurs, but
that it would be possible to make the
bar-rooms close at 12 o'clock every
night. A curious line of resauing
this. It the Mobile police cannot et-
force the law in one case, we fail to
see how a midnight law can be say


* A BUNCH OF
l JOURNAL S QU1m #


Sympathy for the Sea,
Newspaper workers in all parts of
the south extend their sympathy to
Assistant Editor Ben. H. Thomas sad
City Edit -r Percy S. Haves of The
Peasacola Journal. wh3 *re s=fertig
from yellow fever. It is hoped that
both mar be speedily restored to
health. In spite of his depleted staff
Editor Frank L. Mayes continues tW
Issue a lively and creditable paper.-
Birmingham Age-Herald.
* *
Better Times Coming. '
Among the sundry vicilstudes frocea
upon us by the quarantine, few bit ue
so hard as our failure to ot The Pen-
sacola Journal on time each dav. Tha'
this is through no fault of The Jourael
goes without saying, for, ander Ordin-
ar3 circumstances, you can set your
watch by Pensacola's leading dail'.
The quarantine and change oF
schedule incident thereto is respon-
sible for the delay. Still it is rather
exasperating to get day-befeyester-
day's Journal about tomorrow at
"dinner Ume."-Florala News.
A Merited Circulation.
Yellow Jack seems to cut but little
figure in Pensacola business affairs.
The Pensacola Journal, one of the
best daily papers in the State, issued
its circulation statement for Septem-
ber on the first of this month. The
sworn statement shows that during
the month of September The Journai
had the largest ciroulatom in its his-
tory, all of which is fully merited, as
The Journal is an enterprising pap*:.
in every sense of the word.-Tampa
Herald.
Sympathy and Admiration.
The sympathy and admiration of
every newspaper qulldriver in tats
part of the country goes out to thosa
veterans of the press in PensacolA,
who, notwithstanding they are sur-
rounded on all sides by the dread
scourge of yellow fever and are to a
great extent shut off from the rest of
the world, send out each day, with a
stoicism and dignified calmness whl.'h
might well command the applause of
"Stonewall" Jackson or Napoleon's
"Old Guard." statement of condi-
tions existing there which are of vi-
tal interest to the entire eoutltry.-
Florala News.
When They Miss The J rnal.
If The Pensacola Journal falls aga'o
to send a bundle of papers to its
agent here we will have the who;.r
blame shooting match turned out of
church. As a promoter of protanity
it takes the linen from the shrubbery.
Milton is generally a piously Inclined
town, but when the people miss Th',
Journal the atmosphere turns blue for
awhile.-Milton Index.


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* SOME FLORIDA IlSTORY. 9


from Santa Rosa. The accom-plish-l In speaking Vf Florida statesmen
meat of suci thngus .sua:ly has to We warn the state of Arkansas that th,, late D. L. Ylee should not be
come by degrees snywa. she is losing far more by her follsh forgotten as one of the pkbneer states.
quarantine against Florida oranges men and railway magnates. He rep-
Ti e High Compliment than Florida is. The demand fo resented lorida n Cogress, which
was then a Territory, and afterward,
Tha Pad Florida oranges is such that Arkan- was elected Ualted States Senator,
Th Could Be Paid. sas could be wiped off the orange where he served until the war corn-
A Pensacola gentleman, Mr. F.; I market Map and Florida would never menced. He stood by hie State
Inlli4, of thv Pensacola Business Coi- know iL through the bloody struggle of four
lege, who is now sper.'ing his va tion in southern Geo.. in writ The boys ofthe state press syp Idas internal improvements.
trthsg e it e tor Birenge of h After the surrender he wgs arrest-
to have The Journal trailed to himthise with Editor Bittinger of the ed by the United States authorities
there, says: "I noticed all along lt Oc~la Star in the painful accident and imprisoned In Fort Pulaski at
every station yesterday everybody which he suffered a few days ago. Savannah, Ga. He had built the rail.
was anxious to o a copy f Tbo He has th3 best wishes at all of the road from Fernandina to Cedar Key,
a o ifor an early recovery, as the Federals were in possession
Journal. People have confidence in cove of Fernandina, taking the business of
yTOr paper." These fw words aro ABOUT YOUR "WANTS." that port from the Stato and makag
worth more to The Journal than any- AB YOUR the railroad from that point useless
thing that its friend coal, possible Do o live in a "Honelet?" Ths for many miles. The Cnfederacy was
v, sai. want ads. have a peculiar interest to greatly in need of railway connection
ave said. :those who dwell in furnished rooms- from Florida. A road had teen gral-
People have confidence in your *"homeleta"-for it is so easy for these o1 from the P. & G. Rillway at IAve
paper. The words repres-nt all that people io move that they will not t3.- Oak, Fla., to the Savannah line at
The Journal has lived for and hoped erate small annoyances. Dupont, Ga., and the rails were taken
for during all, the y.ear of its exJ'- -up from the Fernand'aa end of the
for"Don't cry over spilled milk" was Florida railroad and laid on the e.a-
ence. They are the exproasion of all our earliest lesson in stoicism. For nection from ULve OaK, making I
its aspirations and enleavors andI instance: If the house you have "hsd through line to Savannah. It was a
they convey to it more of encourage your eye on" was sild yesterday to nged to Mrent ne Yuee, ssity. Tho orderon beed
ment and of inspiration than any! your neghber-simply because you iron taken up and relay his road on
other t ibute which cou!l be pa!d had not belnd reading the real estate the Fernandila end. The Feder-t
its efforts They consittute. in fat ad. lately nd ddnt know was fr Government had confiscated the iron
the higheale ompimeett which w ethe incident instruct you, but as Confederate Stateg property and
the hipert cotp owh. ch stepped its rerpoval. Mr. Yulee, then
ever pa 'o the paper....- a.prisoner, showed his tact and abil-
The .ourna's hiah'"! ambition hqts Time an-l money are supposed to be ity by negotiating with the adminis-
been : at people sho, !d have conf. of eoual 'alue. Y'u would give money trntion at Washington and had it re-
dence in the saper an a i poller o freely to be able to secure a good ser- leased, ordering Mr. R. D. Meader, his
dnce in the paper. an I i, policy-. o vant, a good clerk, a desirable house superintendent, to go forward with
all ijuhjor-s has nen witn that idei -or meet any present need. Hov the rails and relay the track to F:r-
in vi~r. Inmuch TIME will you rive? It m1y nandina, which was soon accomplish-
1: is grati'- itc fit-nd for thi., r'1,quiree nerly enough in which to ed and that much of a lost fortune
expr-.- ,'t .., fa-, : wich he h; read anl auswtr a few want ads. was saved.
,. ,-- e of Mr. YultCe's cherlsicit
in, and. u T' .' n ct in l A baseball enthusiast turns to the hopes were never realized, but he was
a a tbe :-" ' n e confilenc ',sporting pago with :ess eagerness the successful manager of the rail-
wn9hTe "o 1'- p"' b hsav in t than the man who wants to buy a road until age aad health prevented
and which it hopes it c.-n 'wa z hoii. house turn-, to the rear estate ads hi further activeness. He then
and i hr, could hardly be a strong! found a purchaser for the property
comparison than this. in the person of Sir 1ldward Reed.
ArknsaS luarlt --- l but it was one of the few roads thsa
Not So Strange After All. Oppr: n.y mav be Imaking a stihl never went into the hands of a -e-
t S Strahunge fr YOAll. day. Saisfv yourself ceI er while he was in control. Flor.
Sonr .tf ;; p of -.palachico:. about the matter b- reading the wan: ida has no other Yulee but his name
arc ; -n- iexpliah ads. witn both eyes open. and fame still llves.-U. H. Haae in
ar.;i .... .. ... .s to _____ hjthe Lakeland News. -
port t .l i r f ..r oa B- ,. W *;. aI,'rnising is 'highly util-.-
bpor j.,f er. ,r firpo. P ta-I. i i I! makI's th!s i,,wspaper more Lttfta and* Cties.,
bw, .. n C..r1:..l4. and to you 'han a more newspaper- "Lightning never kills people In cit-
to ... : :, uns T'c IuIIi it iu o a means and medium y leas." said an Insurance aget "My
rea-n. a' -: Ics in the whi'h yon may accom;;lish things-, company's statistics show that IA cities
ftap i *,-, :ri a at Pena.- g' things. dtspdte kif things, fiTd there is practically no danger of dsath
la. ":i 1' < 4 -" now i jwop'le or finhd publicit'y. f rrom lightning stroke.
S N I --- "Look back and ask yourself If you
.. I Want advertising makes this newe- ever heard of any oe being killed by
At I.... -f OVr"- paper a part of the equipment of both lightning on Broadway er In front of
look :h% '*'. ;. r :a .nc ePoa- your Iome and office-doer of tasks, the Auditorium or on Beacon street or
... '.a T F .... S ., t o ,: prosecutor of guests. searcher for po- on Cheftnut street or on Nicolet ave
Mot'o tuar a:" tih .1-' ple, adjuster of difficulties. e. No. It ia the country or In t
f.v, a: im r. and h tle villaps that Ow m a reaed un -
:'. ... a" tb"-'* At home. seated in an easy porch- derstarMm o0 i Moad -.
en 'rs Mo" ak n "o and pr- chair. you may select a new stenog- "Why Ade !A t0 waIy mm 1
c-eds <' 4* -,- *. ": passing rrpher--entative;.v: find a new apart- "oS a-- itins -a-us eSoy --avem s
w;.-in ih;r N mi;:s of IP'r.a.a. a ment-tenztively: decide upon an -u l r's t II g i Seee
v vestment in real estate-tentatively---
If ..... ,h I ting qua.!- d many things which should be done ; sbeat sete of e ,MW
antine r.:i s of 'h.e ate ef Ala- ..-tentatIve:y. And a!! simply by above their reatt s pteta.
bama at her back, doe; not fear to studying the want ads. &Wasells JOUal.


Florida Facts and Fancies

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A Possible Recruit.
Hon. Tom Watson, the noted Geor-
gia statesman, has rchbased a home
near Fort Landerda t, ad will make
Florida his winter home. Perbhps we
can win him over to tho Democratic
paity again when he sees how imiuch
healthier a man is who gets in with the
true party 4 the American people-
Gainesville Sun.
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Alligator Farm Popular.
"Alligator Joe's gator farm, about
two miles up the Miami river is be-
coming one of the interesting, and
muchly frequented places in this vi-
cinity, and yesterday aLternoon was
visited by a large number of citizens
who were greatly interested in see!ag
the little saurians hatch and be hatch-
ed out by Joe, the latter process ccn-
sisting of his breaking eggs that
should have hatched and letting out
the young gators. Joe'z family now
consists of more than six thousand o
these reptiles, and from which he ex-
pects to make considerable- money
during the coming season.-Miami
Metropolis.
e *
Youngest Hunter In Florida.
The youngest hunter in (Florlda,
Master Wallace Towles, four years
old son of Capt. 'Bill' Towles, came to
the Press ofioe this week, and showed
a fine red fox he had killed with ris
little gun. Wallace missed his game
on the first shot, but the second shot
did the busires, And the little fellow
said, "Daddy. I gave him a good one
that time."-Fort Myers Press.
Fltzgerald Back in Florida.
It is reported that Editor Fitzger-
ald, formerly of the Bartow Courier
Informant, Is coming tack to Florida
and take char of a Desota county
paper. Fiteral od writ,r
and handles catre t questions in a
vigorous ant Intereatin style. He
will givhethe people among whom he
does business an up-to-date news-
paper.-Madlsean Record.
** *
McBride Goes to Tampa.
Mr. S. A. McBride and family have
arrived in the city sad will make Tam-
pa their future home. Mr. McBridec
was for many years the business man-
ager of the Bartow Courier-Informant,
but several months ago resigned and
went to Misissippi and started a
daily paper it columbus. Not finding
the country there agreeable to hli
family he disposed of the plant and
together with Nward PFtsgerald, who.
went with him, returned to Florida
Mr. Fitzgerald has assumed charge of
the Arcadia News, while Mr. McBride
came to Tampa with a view of locat-
ing permans4l4 .e wa become S
stockholder 1% the herald and next
week will complete manage-
ment of the "I department o0
the apr. ,. one of the best
prtf an"Iecal managers In
the State an~*ill have complete con-
trol of tnat mdelposit of the paper
henceforth. The Herald feels eft-
pecially MprMad the fact that Mr. Mo-
Bride hae bee, tseUed for this iw-
porta*t wqk Jn view of toee growing
demands wUioh are being made upon
the Herald in covering Its field daily.
-Tampa Herald.
Make a Man a Coward.
The carrylag of a concealed weapon
naturally makes one a coward. He
who is brave at heart falls into the de-
grading practice of going armed and
continues It until the habit has so fas-
tened itself upon him that he is afraid
unless he has a "gun." He looks upon
it as a protector, and so firmly does
he become convinced of this that he
will use it upon the least provocation
and believe that he is right in obing
so. Right then he becomes a murder-
or, and all because he learned to carry -
a gun when there was so need of it.-
Miami Metropolis.


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Bitten by Pet Rattleenake.
This morning as Mr. Gas von Moser.
the well known snake and reptile
fancier, was attempting to make on*
of his pet snakes, a large rattler, bite
a stick to display his fangs in order
that they Aight be taken out, the rep.

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day durlng the month of september,
190 with the average number off
136, 45000 pt. 21,








-ept. 60 1S 22
DAILV
The following figures show The Pen-
sacola Journal's circulation for each
day during the mouth of SeptUmber,
190I with the average number of
copies ohily:
Sept. 1, 5,000 Sept i, 5,00
Sept. 2, 5,00 ept. 17, 550
Sept. 4, S .pt. 19, S,2o
ept.reby ert000 thet abo20, state.
Set s correct acori to 21,te 260
Sept. 7, 5,A00 t pt. 22, SS
Sept. 8, 16k00 Sp. 23, 6,28
Sept. 9, 200 pt. 24, 5,r.









Sepot tO asgt ubserlbpt b25, me
Sept. 10, & pat. 2, .l.u
Sept. 12, 5.. ** 26, 5M
Sept. 12, 5 30 Spt. 27 6,SO0
ept 14, MOW Sept. 2, &ago
Sept 15, 5,00 ePt. 80, 65,A
Total fop e month...... 136,450
Average per day....... 5'M
I hereby certtty that tb above staw.
meat is correct accoWdlug to the roe.
ords on file in this otes.
IS=D A. SW-T.
Circulation Mgr.
swom to a- subscribed before mm
this 0th day f eptemberM.
NoWY arr-e.


tile made a sudcien strike at his hand
but barely scratched the skin, being
deterred from Inflicting a worse injury
by the wire on the cage. Mr. von Mos-
er considered the wound only slight
at first, but within ten minutes tWe
hand had swollen to nearly twice its
natural size and he had to summons
medical assistance. The wound was
dressed and at noon Mr. van Moser
was doing nicely and no further Ill
results are anticipated.-Miami Me-
tropolis.
The South Proud of Him.
Tom Watson will spend the winter
in Florida and we hope he may take
occasion to visit Live Oak while in th',2
state. We have no high opinion of
Tom as a partisan politician, but in
ether respects this brilliant, learned
and' dauntless Georgia "cracker" is a
man for the whole south to be proud
of ,for when malice and misrepresen-
tation assail here is a mailed knight
in her defense whose lance never falls
to unhorse his adversary. Tom does
not look great-neither did Alex Steph-
ens nor John Randolph of Roanoke-
but he is in their class.---uwannea
County Democrat.
Capital Removal.
The Lake City Citisen-Reporter an 1
Miami Metropolis are mildly agitating
for a removal of the state capital from
Tallahassee. No life can be puqmpeaY
Into such an issue now, even though
Tallahassee refuses to donate the site
for the governor's mansion. But at
some time in the future it is by to
means impossible that the people of
Florida will be so strongly impressed
by the superior advantages and ideal
location of Live Oak for state capital
purposes that they will insist on a
change as suggested by our two ton-
temporaries. Until then it will not be
of much use to agitate the capital-re-
r.oval question.--Swanee County
Democrat.
As Kansas Sees Us.
The- people of Florida-God bless
them-are the most hospitable on
earth. They are not only hospitable,
but intelligent; a"d strange as it may
appear to prejudiced, ignorant and'
hide-bound northern haters of southern
manhood and womanhood, they are
patriotic. The Fourth of July in Flr-
ida receives more heartfelt, patriotic,
private and public respect than Kan-
sas, whose lippy profession of patriot-
Ism stultifies true honor by esteeming
support of the republican ticket a guar-
antee of loyalty to the flag.
Who ever in Kansas saw a proves
sion headed by the flag of the union,
the streets lined with thousanow of
people, and, as Old Glory moved 7y,
hats off and stand uncovbted
until the flag has passed?
This occurred in Tampa last
Fourth of July. The soil, the
climate, the commerce, the people, the
moductions, the principles, the patriot-
ism an-d' the hospitality of -Florida ftak
with any other state in the union.
Spend a winter or a summer in Flori-
da an4 the ignorance of a life time will
be eliminated.-Manhattan, Kansas.
Mercury.
5* *


A Florida Apple Orchard.
There are quite a number of the
friends of Mr. A. A. Boggs, of Co-
coanut Grove, who are aware that iiJ
owns an apple orchard in North Caro-
lina, but few have an idea of its
great extent.
Mr. Boggs' orchard is located in the
fine apple-growing section of western
North Carolina and he goes there
every fall to superintend the shipping
and sale of his crop.
A few days ago the third series of
farmers' Institutes weie held in
Raleigh, and in connection with them
a wirter in the Wilmington Messenger
says:
"Professor Hume, who was i t
charge of one of the parties of insti-
tute conductors, visited, a number of
apple orchards. including that of A.
A. Boggs, at Waynesville, which cov-
ers 70 acres, and which :s the Hirg-
est and fluest bearing orchard in the
state, the trees being about 20 years
old and embracing 29 varieties. Mr.
Boggs sells his fruit in the south, in
cafload lots. and is now setting from
$3 to $4 for it. His trees are in firat
class condition, and are loaded with
fruit, In fa.t the limbs of many near-
ly reaching the breaking point. His
crops will probably reach 3,000 bar-
rels. Professor Hume says that sec-
tion and the Bushy Mountain section
of North Carolina have no superior
for apple-growing, and that after o
while this will be the most noted ap-
pl region in the counLry."-Miami
News.


*
The Janitor and the Milk.
After dark the other night a milk
wagon drove briskly up to the Hogan
Street entrance of th Times-Union
building. The driver jumped out,
grabbed a can of what the old-
fashioned reporters used to call "the
lacteal fluid," and disappeared up-
stairs with it, whistling ollthely as he
went. "Now," said a bystander,
"wouldn't that jar you? What d'ys
s'pose they wadt with milk in a news-
paper office?" "Why," replied a trav-
eling printer, who was leaning up
Against an awning post, "that's t'e
N milk of human kindness they use to
tone down the bitterness of politiesl
discussion in heated campaigns. And
then there's the milk In .he cocoanut'
the paragraphers are always spleling
about, and the milky way, and-'"
But the otler had fled up Hogan
Street. As a matter of fact. the milk
was for the janitor's fa~aly.-Tlmes
Union.

Okeechobee and the Evergladea.
The term "Drataing the Everglades"
has been uxed so frequently that many
people have gained tLpe impression
that the Everglades and lAke Okee-
chobee aro one and the same, and
that to dran such a great body of
water as Lake Okeechouee would rafa
the oatL of the soUather end of
the pennmsular atf Floida. The fact


1- -r

iq that the .vergladej are south op
the late and below it. To drain
Lake OkeJb'obee it would be neces-
sary to Jig canals 15 or 20 feet in
depth, and this of course would be lmn-
practible. The most t' at can be
hoped for by overaor Broward n
carrying out his 'drainage plan, Is to
lower this great lake (which covers as
area of 1 2(0 square m'lca) permar-
ently front. our to ix f et It this can
be accompaShed it wUl drain tho.i-
sands of acres of saLwa.ginra lands nn
or about the msame les athe aurfa *e
of the ldke, and tqcatis the Ever-
glades to dry up, mcoiti in some of
the deeper lagoasT. The Evergladed
can never be classed *c a shcet of
water, eve? in the wettest period of
the year, and with tha overflow of
Lake OkW eobee t u<.l nflto cams8
running to ocean and in!t, anid n:-t
only cary$gpo this ove.flow of tie
lake, but Al'the watera f the Ever
glades, t# plan to -4drtlt! several mil-
lions of a-reg would b ccompi.hh-'l.
It is evident. however., o make t:-s
gigantic plan a cemple3 becess that
not only 6M large o i nt be cut
lato tN 1it. lAue" rvit? I.t the *outMi
eanal would boVe to- be opened Into
the Oulf. and -several other large
canals would have to be opened Into
the Atlantic and tUe Gulf. The
ditches will have to barve a capacity
for carrying of water greater than
that of thb, streaks eatetrng the lake.
and pouring their voalntes of wator
into the lake darulg the protracted
rainy seasons, to make a permanent
success of the plan ai this apple rs
to be the object of Go. -l-oward.-- j
Myers Press. I


Tom WatMon' F*lida Heme.
Hon. Thomas u. Watsn. publietst,
statesman and )istortai, of Georgia,
has purchased a plaem, aur Port La*-
drdale pta will Ma*e t his water
home. Hn i one of t .broinlest men
in the country ad, dut1"a his winter
residence 't las itae wll help- to
keep the rls of the ulb'ic dirc.tJ
toward FlI tdn.-Tamps Herald.


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stance of prudence on the part ed a
bridegroom which is, to say the ja,
unusual. Cases, he says, harve Wt
known where the future has4g 4a"
tried to beat down the garssg em-
ployed to marry him, bt t s ja t ofteo
one hears of a bridegroom We tries
the market as he would if he m esl-
ing farm produce.
Mr. Smith prepared his ltftle m-
house for hil. prospeettve bw* who
had promised to marry him B as cer-
tain date. He went to a J ust ef the
peace and asked what his At were
for a wedding. The JMee d
that the legal terms wa v ue but
that people mually paoi B
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Po


THAT DO
ORNOT HEAL
Whm r a sore or ulcer does not heal, no matter on what part of the
body it aay b, it is because of a poisoned condition of the blood. This
po y be the remains of some constitutional trouble; the effect of a
long.spell o ickness, which has left this vital stream polluted and weak.
or because th natural refuse matter of the body, which should pass off
throu the channels of nature, has been left in the system and absorbed
into 3 irelelation. It does not matter how the poison became intrenched
In the blood, the fact that the sore is there and does not heal is evidence of
a deep, underlying cause. There is nothing that causes more discomfort,
worry aad anxiety than a festering, discharging old sore that resists treatS
ment. The very sight of it is abhorrent and suggests pollution and disease ;
besides the time aad attention required to keep it clean and free from othet
infection. As it lingers, slowly eating deeper into the surrounding fesh, the
sufferor grows morbidly anxious, fearing it may be cancerous. *one
of those amicted with an old sore or Ihave had a crippled oot an =7
ulcer know how useless it is to ex- which compelled me to use a brMas
pect a cure from salves, powders, lo- some unaccountable means SW i
tions and other external treatment. c au o. I had rood 2 ,n at
Through the use of these they have tinbat the Ulcer sot worme. was i-
Is duced to try S. B. S., and sM intodt
seen the place begin to heal and scab it ured me entirely, and I am n
over, aid wer congratulating them- that it saved my ie for me. f ltha
_^_ -i,_ ...., -_H-I< ^^ .- therefore, Te" t faith in 8. i. e m '
serves that they would soon be rid of ldly refom and it to i n&een W
the detestable thing, when a fresh reliable blood medicine. ....
supply of poison from the blood Bristol, Va.-.Ten. w. J. CATS.
would cause the inflammation and old discharge to return and the sore would
be as bad or worse than before. Sores that do not heal are not due to out.
side causes; if they were, external treatment would cure them. They are
kept open because the blood is steeped in poison, which finds an outlet
through these places. While young people, and even children, sometimes
suffer with non-healing sores, those most usually afflicted are peranus past
middle life. Often, with them, a wart or mole on the face inflames and be-
gins to ulcerate from a little rough handling; or a deep, offensive ulcer de-
velops from a slight cut or bruise Their vital energies and powers of re-
sistance hAve grown less, and circulation weaker. and perhaps some taint ia
the blood, which was held in check by their stronger constitutions of early
life, shows itself. It is well to be sus-
picious of any sore that does not heal
SS ," readily, because the same germ that
S produce Cancer is back of every old
Sore and only needs to be left in the
W^ W.SS r circulation to produce this fatal disease
IPURELY YE TAB L E. There is only one way to cure these old
ruR liEL n ,- Ts. ores and ulcers, and that is to get every
article of the poison out of the blood. For this purpose nothing equals
. S. &. It goes down to the very bottom of the trouble, cleanses the blood
and makes a permanent cure. S. S. S. enriches and freshens the circulation
so that it carries new, strong blood to the diseased parts and allows the place
to heal naturally. When this is done the discharge ceases, the sore scaba
over and fills in with healthy flesh, and the skin regains its saturl color.
Book on Sores and ulcers and any medical advice desired will be furnished
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MANAGER
PFIYSACr A wa maw.'


C. COVINGTON


Services at the, Churches


rollowang Is the order of servimo
at the various churches to-4a:

St Michael's Church, First maass 7
o'clock; children's mass 9 o'clock; last
Smass 10:30 o'clock; vipers 4 o'clock.
SSt. Joseph's Church-PrI as fol-
I lows:
Sunday 7 a. m. Low Mass and In-
struction. 9 a. m. Sunday school. 10
a. m. High Mass and Instruction. 4 p.
m. Vespers, Rosery and Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament.
Mass during the week is at 7:30 a.
m. except Mondays and Fridays, when
It is at 8 a. m. During Lent and the
months of May and October it sl at
8 a. m.
SConfessions in the evenings before
Sunday, Holy Days'of Obligation and
SFirst Frilays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m.
Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by
appointment
Episcopal.
Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Wbaley
D. D. Rector. Regular services at 7:30,
Sand 11 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Sunday
School 9:45 a. m. Wednesday and,
SFridays services at 5:30 p. m.
St. Katharine's-Cervantes and Ds-
vis streets. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe rec-
tor. Regular services 7:30 and 11 a.
m. and 4 p. m. Sunday school 9.30 a.
m. All welcome.
St John's Church-Warrington. Rer.
A. T. Sharpe, minister in charge.
Evening prayer and se, mon, 7:30 p. m.
I S


Methodist.
Palafox Street Methodist Church-
Rev. B. C. Glenn, pastor. Regular set,
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun-
lay school 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrewni,
superintendent. Epworth League 6:80
p. m.
Gadsden Street Methodist Church-
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by
the pastor, Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun.
day school 9:30 a. m. Epworth League
: p. m.
Reed's Chapel-Rev. Geo. W. Car
peter, Pastor-Services every first
Sunday at 11 a. m.. by the pastor; Sun-
Jay school at 10 a. m.. J. E. Beal.
superintendent.
Muscogee Wharf Church-Rev. Geo
W. Carpeater, Pastor-Services every
first and third Sunday at 7:30 p. ml.
Io3ducted by the pastor. Sundavi
-chool at 3:30 p. m., J. N. Andrews
Superintendent Prayer meeting every
thursday nciqht at 7:30 o'clock.
Warrington Church-Rev. Geo. W
carpenter Pastor-Services ever
it 7:30 p. m.. every fourth Sunday
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Fred
Ilum, superintendent.
Christian.
First Christian Church-Corner Al-
anis and Gregory stredes. Sunday
schooll 9 45 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt.
"ommunion at 11:00 a. m. Prayer
meeting every Thursday at 8 p. m.
"
Baptist.
First Baptist Churcn-Rev. F. Jono-s.
-astor. Preaching at 11 a. m. No
'rvices at night. Sunday school at
30 a. m., E. D. Beggs, superintend
r:. Sunbeam Society 4 p. m.; Y. B.
P. U. 7 p m.
West Hill church.-E. A. Cottrell,
pastor. Preacning at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursoaiy
at 7:30 p. m.
East End Baptist Church-S. Y.
Pitts. pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. Wright's Mill
Shed, corner of 10th avenue and Ara-
gon street. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to all.


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Lutheran Church.
German Lutheran Church-Rev. J.
F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. ,Sunday
school 9 a. m. German service 10:30
a. m. English service 7 p. m. Church
offering in all services. Vestry mezt-
ing after morning; church meeting af-
ter evening service.
Scandinavian Lutheran Church-
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 6 .p. m.,
Rev. Helle, Pastor.
0
Church of Christ.
Church of Chris--Corner Alcantz
and Jackson streets. Bib!e school 9:45
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:46
p. m. by W. T. Tracy. P'iayer nsbeting
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock.
* *I
Universalist.
First Universalist Church-East
Chase street. Sunday school at 10 a.
m.; Y. P. C. U., 7:00 p. m. AU are
cordially invited., i
* *
Presbyterian.
First Presbyterian Church-Rev
Julian S. Sibley. pastor Sunday
scl.ool 9:30 a. m. Christian Endesa'n,
5 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. by th? pastor.
Sunday school at the.Stoddart Ave-
nue Mission at 4 p. m. C F. Zeek.,
superintendent. All are cordially 'n,
vited.
Salvation Army.
Services every night %t 8 o'clock in
the tent, South East Corner Seville,
square. A cordial invitation to all is
extended. Richard Norris, captain in
charge.
*


First Church of Christ, Scientist.
First Church of Christ, Scientist-
Service at 11 a. m. Services will be
held in the Pensacola L!brary build-
ing on East Chase street.
Christian Science.
The Christian Scientistb hold their
meeting Sunday at the Masonic Tem-
ple at 5 p. m. The Wednesday meet-
ing will be at 5 p. m.. same place.
ENGINEER ON MIAMI
DREDGE INSTANTLY KILLED
Miami, Oct. 7.-George McLaughlin
was instantly killed by an accident on
the P. Sanford Ross chisel dredge No.
Yesterday. Mr. McLaughlin was en-
gineer on the dreige. which is engaged
in harbor improvements here. At 10:30
o'clock this morning the cable used
in hoisting the chisel broke, striking


Mr. McLaughlin in the recoil a terrific
blow on the top of his head, cleaving
his face open and causing his imme-
diate death.
It's folly to suffer from that horrible
plague of the night, itching piles.
Doan's Ointment cures, quickly an
permanently. At any drug store, 50
cents.


A CREEPY PLACE.


lome f the Pests and Dtseemsfoe t
ef lite I Bulaway.
"Life In, Bulawayo during the wet
season Is certainly not all pleasure,"
writes a resident of that African town.
"The rain descends as if a river, hav-
ing lost Its way among the clouds, was
hurriedly trying to return to earth once
more. The streets are transformed In-
to lakes, and the damp, moist heat
makes everything inside the house un-
Spleasantly moist and clammy. But,
disagreeable as the rainy season may
be, the cold that precedes It In Septem-
ber is almost worse. Dust storms are
frequent. Trees and shrubs become
brown and shriveled, and the wind
blows with cutting force across the
veldt. It is then, too, that the snakes
are more in evidence than at any other
time of the year. Half torpid, staple
with the cold, you come upon thenw
coiled up in unexpected places, as once,
when entering my room, I found one
wound round the leg of my dressing ta-
ble. Another evening we were dis-
turbed by a persistent tapping against
the window, as if some one were try-
ing to attract our attention. On rising
to Investigate we found it was a snake
that, attracted by the light and warmth,
was endeavoring to make its way in
through the glass.
"White ants are another terrible pest.
or, rather, they would be did they not
enter so literally Into every circum-
stance of everyday life that they end
by being taken as a matter of course.
For Instance, after an absence of a few
hours you return to find half the mat-
ting on the floor devoured, or, your
boy, having incautiously left your coat
hanging in the sun, the lining affords a
speedy meal to these voracious little
insects. In fact, you never know what
damage may not be revealed at any
moment, and this uncertainty extends
even to the garden, where your ro.e
trees have to be grown in tubs half
filled with broken glass and perched on
bricks soaked in paraffin.
"I found that the tarantulas and
scorpions were everyday evils, to be,


endured with what philosophy one
could muster. A tarantula the size of
a small crab walking across the floor
Is not a pleasnpt object. Our house
bgy delighted in c'4Iinglthem to make
them fight with the scorpions, and we
had ocular demonstration of the fact,
long believed to be only a traveler's
tale, that on being worsted a scorpion
will commit suicide by bending its tail
over Its back and stinging itself behind
the neck rather than be eaten by its
opponent."
Old14 mails Hoses.
Many old houses throughout England
have long been famous for the quaint
and humorous inscriptions painted or
carved on one of their exterior walls.
On the portico of Arley Hall, the seat


of the Warburton family, there is in-
scribed this welcome:
This gate is free to all men good and
true;
Right welcome thou. it worthy to pass
through..
And at Loseley House, Surrey, there
Is a Latin inscription over the doorway
to this effect, "I am shut to an enemy,
but am always open to a friend."
Above the door of a house at Salving.-
ton, Sussex, In which Selden was born,
there is a Latin couplet much to the
same import, and Montacute House,
Somerset, has these two lines carved:
Through this wide opening gate
None come too early, none return too late.
Under a variety of forms we find the
same maxim on different houses, and
at Ferray Hall, in the parish of Al-
mondbury, over one of the doorways
are the words, "An honest man may
enter," and on the reverse side facing
thO spectator when leaving the prem-
ises, "A cheat may be off."-London
Standard.


Cleadas Net Leeuasts
The cicada Is often Incorrectly called
"locust." a term which should be ap-
plied only to grasshoppers. The cicada
is a peculiarly interesting insect In
that it has the longest life period of
any known insect. Some kinds live
even seventeen years and are knovn
as the seventeen year cicada.-St. Nich-
olas.


FOOD AGAIN
A Mighty important Subje.t to wery-I

A Boston lady talks enertainlr of
food and the changes that can be
made in health by somo knowledge
on that line. She says: *
"An injury to my ,piae in earli
womanhood leit me subject to severe
sick headaches which would laat
three or fcur days at i time, and a
violent course of drugglig at tha
hands of olf fash oned physicians
brought on 'nstipatlon with all tVn
ills tiat follow.
"My appetite was always ligiK and
uncertain ajad many kinds of food dis-
tressed me.
"I began to eat Gr.pe-Nuta fool
two or three years ago, betaunse
liked the taste of it, ani 1 kept on be-
cause I soon found it was doing me


good.
"I cat it always at bicakfast, fro
quently at luncheon, and aga.l before
going to bed-and have no trouble it
I'sleeping o. it.' It has tured my con
stioatlon, my headaches have'pra't.-
cally ceasedl, and I am .n better phy.i-
Scal condition at the age of 63 than I
was at 40.
"I- give Grape-Nuts credit for restore
ing my health, if not saving my Il.,
and you crn make no claim for it too
strong for me to endorse." Name
given by Pcstum Co. Battle Creek
Mich.
There's a reason.
Read the little book, "The road to
Wellville," in each pkg.
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WSEIST AND APOTHBARY,


Phone 109.


amterical Goem That Went Wrong
In the peaking.
The "Prize Reciter and Speaker"
gives the following instances of a mix
Ing of metaphors by some angkiw
statesmen: DON'T MISTAKE C
Mr. Balfour In a speech spoke of "an
empty theater of unsympathetic audi, Y i L L
tors." Lord Curson remarked ta.I -Y --"Q
"though not out of the wood we have ats us s as year tes a
a good ship." Sir William HBart Dyke AsL pa
told how Mr. Lowther "bad caught a
big fish in his net-and went to the rLO ANTl*U
top of the tree for It". Mr. Asquith IT CUR4 TO
remarked that "redistribution is aI Sold at a -
thorny subject wb- *h requires delicate S| a a ...
handling or it will tread on some peo- L M a WI 8 ., W" --- I
pole's toes." I|p f= a"
Mr. Brodrick told the commons that
"among the many jarring notes heard
In this house on military affairs this
subject at least must be regarded as
an oasis." General Buller declared
that "the army Is honeycombed with H H L.COVINGTON, P w seldt
cliques, and Kisses go by favor in gths .LAMAR. -Vke--.mT.
web of ax grinders."
In the debate on the London educa- THEAM ERIC IAl
tional bill Walter Long said. "We .'I' S"
are told that by such legislation the c i
heart of the country has been shak- DESIGNATED DgP SrI
cn to its very foundations." Winston Cap.tal Stemk. nO
Churchill at a meeting of the Bow and -3-w WAL
Bromley Conservative association com-
mended certain utterances of Lord Henary L. Coviagt
Rosebery, but said that Sir Henry J.d. PffWr.
Campbell-Bannerman "had sat so long Bryaa Duwody,
on the fence that the Iron had entered Frsak leilly,
into his soul." W. 8&. RoMSam
A financial minister assured the com- T. F. MoGouria,
mons that "the steps of the govern- F. Br'awmer.
ment would go hand in hand with the C. W. LUar.
interests of the manufacturer." It was J. R. SamdeM,
in the lords that the government was Aesunto Of pankA* UNtivW a
warned that the constitutional rights of Fer pFrr rlteerN
the people were being "trampled upon
by the mailed hand of authority."
Sir George Campbell said "the pale
face of the British soldier is the back- WM. H. KNOWLSB, Prl$4,L
bone of the British empire" and said THOS. W. BIOMr, AM CI-sr.
certain abuses in India were but "a
mere flea bite n the ocean" as com-
pared with others be could name. It
was another friend of India who said,
"Pass the measure, and the barren
wells will become fertile valleys." It
was a loyal member who said, "When
I go wrong I look round and see our
chief leading, and I soon get right
again."
But our Hibernian friends will be l ( OI RS P. CQ 9ri to
Jealous If we credit them with nothing
in this direction. V.
Mr. Field of Dublin wheb discussing
a bill relating to the shipping of cattle
across the Irish sea begged the me- For nd
bers "not to look at the subject from aW
live stock point of view," and It was he
who said, "The right honorable gentle- We draw eur own oM io f Ea
man shakes his head, and I'm sorry to change on GOret rtaSJn, Ireland
hear It." He it was, too, who, when Germany, FrI'ges Austria, Italy
the Irish land bill was being pushed Holland, 8pe ,i @elgm sia
through, said., 'The time has now come Norway, Swedan, co terk, w
and Is rapidly arising." Another mem- other European oURWe
ber in a debate objected to "introdue-
ln fresah ma*t*t-e lready A*'.a" T* n r c_ E._A ____CL iB 1 0.


was Mr. McHugh who declared the
government was "Ironboond with red
tape." but it was an opponent of home
rule who regarded a certain concession
as "the first stitch In the dismember-
ment of the empire."
But we must stop or we shall have a
repetition of the rebuke administered
by a statesman of the Emerald Isle,
who declared that "there's no truth In
half the lisa told about the Irish."
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS
Ir v E.LK W 111sab m M&


SM, learnd ara DomeD Au a WW C
a Tarry---wMen aed Sciety, m aI Esewhere.


IF.dMERIC JONES AND especdaly In the Eternal City where
iOVELY WIFE HAVE GONE. tht-y wm aRe everything **' liesure, in-
Riev. Frederick .) nes and Mrs c:uding ,n section of St. Peter.
Ames. the re ered pa--or of the F'ir !iand the va'ican and a vlt to Lis
ttEL ure'heanrd p'oholiness the pope.
Church an They will also visit M:. Vesuviun
w day oonill p Spar than ur r cross th Mediteranean *ind stop at
Ow days of deteni,;n before procet.- Gibralt. Afy t er fou ::ronh's ab-
IM to Bftcb Islani. S C.. ihhire M- ri ence the will come ov-.r on Q'.
Sgme hags acepd a ca; from a steamer Algeria to New York whe-e
rtt chaTrge. ,i a el ,1of its'!, they will remain until cal weather.
4-B an I tlha most C4rist.an pastor w,:O uronsciou~,' -' ONLY HIS FAMILY LEFT.
S"eears himself to i: who cme a; A letter from Mrs. W. G. Barro'
1mtat'. wftL him, v1 >,her Bap'ist cr da'ed Nfshville Oct. 6. is of gener-.l
oe-Baptist. P interest ana with due apologies to
Wheu Mr Jon(.. (.:lie to Pn.saCo.a "The Captain" The Journal tal;,s
1 ~'I*. 'the church hr. war in wretca- pleasure in publishing the following
B4 condition with at c1ry vn..:1; meT.- .extract:
SaMrsh'p and deepi3 !n debt. Modest'y "I saw in The Journa; of 4th that
ad incoapiciou1h he go ,d pasI r Capt. Bairow and fainily were in
|h1ote,. himself to !:is di .-, wh.ct'i Geneva. Cpt. B. has never left the,
to him were eviden: y prlvi':l -. wi h "Tarpoa" -lnd myself and four boys
ihe result that, in 1. .. than r.'x yea,'- arrived It N.ashville Tuesday morning
.te m berthip ha. mutipl,.cd. tnh- the 3rd liabt.
hbt has leen pa d, i i'rolmemnt. I have met quite a number of Per.-
|IfAe befe made and The or-.anization sacola Peopie here. Mr and Mrs J.,
glgatheelt d untIl todayy the Fir:t C. Peble Mr. Friedman, Mrs. J. ri.
tst ha: 42 etrouiet meib'-rs of the dpnor.,- bvr. We have been sight seeing uriil
ktUomn is this se( t: n. I we are very tired. Mr. Pshley lent r.no
All this ha bte n .u quietly acco,:L- so>ie Jeurnal's today. i told Dud'cy
i Obed that ven th _e ay a ic mrmbe'. to send me the paper is soon as nc'
1 the eegr~ation who continuo1r.- had my address. But I see where he
tr worked in harmony with him. h-a has gone to the camp for which 1 amn
U- reased how important a factor truly thankful. The reason there
1bWir faittfl pastor had been in up- were so few to go to the camn tea
0M1ing t*e church -untU hi- resigna- first day, a great many grew tirep
[ surpiSed them :;ist month on L;.s waiting aa came on here. There wert
tarn frwe his vacation. during quite a ipumber came up the same
ichk be Lad visited hi,' old i day I d4UL
8ar e ila South Carolina to whlich he It is a beautiful c.uotry around'
:Wt receeMd aa urgent call. Nashville and we are having a grand
Truly prteiring others before hitr-. time, but will be glad when we- can
-ai and craving pe, ce eand harmony, return to Pensacola. I mi-s The
It all ties. Mr. Jores appeared t,,Journal, but as I hope to get away
-rlook any m)inunderstaa.lingsf iflfrom hefte and go to A!inama I will
0Maelf a0 his own un ves if onl- not ask YI. to Send it here. I am
'06 interest of his congrga tion rmiet very srOry o see the ever is so bada
'-I eby be a-Ivanced. In fact, if Mr. there. RIIDC it will soon be over a'.d
ines has a fault it Is the very rare every o0 ?bat is sick will be w;Ii
of o aniuch n'idestj. A fault' soon."
A-icMh, thb"gh 'leaning to virtues* ,
SAe" not only r-,,I)bln him many MR. KEBLER AND BRIDE
lanes of hil just dIue by hAiing b' AT KENILWORTN INN.
surefath of charnrter, mnietim-.-
trnb of character, a-oenetlmo-. Mr. W. Ad C. Kessler and bride ar"'
.Jftrrohis persona: inaienee to a registered at Kenilworth Inn, Bil-t
tower Spherte than It Z.i m cuV- more &eat Asheville, N. C., where
Sty to dva he is ntached -they are spending a portion of their:
^ to wTl he is r'iahhed., honeym^o. Before returning how,
Iall his pastorar Mr. Jones ha: they will spend some lme in Wash-
pTiular. I.esed t_( Ington ad New York.
pyth do mstic rifr tt cn'n e oe l: After a noon breakfast and recep
p'2pY domestic lif. and. *'-o Z ,- tion at the bride's home a number of
lb s1 1be mllssel is. F :l to s Baltimore friends organized a large
"Mrt h s wife wlll b,. eqdmay so. automobie party armed with rice, o, I
K r s.Jm a s, ent:d- bred a:,r it slippers sad other "good luck" ar-
nan er 4 the oid regime, do!ra I unition and rushed to the station to
-= fewtinue cfi asppearase,i Mih give them send off.
*4theless a woman oi: -trang clhara1 g(ie m Ten'f
1l wh sb o sacrifd an ,ofpe rsonal c-: S But Mr. Hooper the best man had
Swthnoe w asrit ri',d of pers ir.al provided against that rort of tning
MWi her sense of d w p we ich enabrt and smuggled the brid'i and grotu
hWt a betd"i which na.pinto a 64t p. "red devil' and carried
I int aoiion toih hr desancopa--- them over to Washn:gton, 1). 1
kIMr.' and so J. t aind l her .detii r. for the omuth, leaving tah jokers quite
Outside l of her dn'mttonal n in the lureh.
S tingretoalta! ase,'ciations, M- s. a trh
se rene a *heir e peb. O ~! :SIX TELEPHONE GIRLS
jalia wa at active tmemb.r ofo e a
00 board of ld mannager.s of theSI ELEPHONE GIRLS
STllemans Bomne a fled of good worth AT HOME ILL.
ft which her aid and counsel will be; Six pai ntt, ladies of the operationn'
quite as seriaoustly missed as in her im- force of the central o0ce of the Te'e-
edaiate c ongregation 'phone Owritany are at honme sick. to,
Mr. and Mrs. Jon e were guests of th a egret of the suberibers and the
"Mr. and Mts. J. W. lane-: fo r b wi great laeavenience of the office force.i
ds preceding th.r mep'u Tre. dur The yestg ladies are Miss Agnesi
which wIany f P'iils of a', d!i or-,Nvai, Miss Jeanette Bazzell, Miss1
tion lled to ;sR t'OF rer Marion idixon, Miss Mamle E ag-
E renew heir p, :. ie un.! lsh. MK Amelia Brown and MiT s
eeem fi the dt p: ag a ..-:or anrl Fidda M usey. all loyal a'd efficient,
wife. And he :,san: of thehr patient ian courteous, and the con.-
mgregae who ri :aan in, tawn a.- unity geerally will unite with their
mbled at the train ro gi' ( hem a innumera le personal frMrnds in the
-agretful bes cordrLs "God be wi h hope and t-lief tha, they will all scox
pee 'til w meet actan." be restored to perfect l'alth.
HR. AND MRS. ROLFS } Major R. M. Cary. Mr<. Cary. baby
HOMEWARD BOUND. and nurse, are rcisterel at Tulane
IPensaola friend, ar, in reeipt ." litHtel. Nashviile Tenn.
nre3lCv Mis GO:a ; .alez. star'. Mrs. ,Thodoroe Moreno is at 45,
that. if'ter a iv, aad -a':. ,es: milter Place St. IAluis.
l< n- I X TI, '4- -' -" ... ... ,


i rx. i ; t i ; an .
utber relatives. th:, .e t i ", '2
Seo.itherB tour cdt (c ,inan'. Switze -
abd and Ita':. ii nkn an] Nap.
they wMl4d -pen,: :, v a car ,
wt would TPnd s di'a'l da>- :n eac
of th(w mre 'ualc:, ., p ):':s( a' ,


SPRINGS, ALA.


Undr lrNow..'Management.
A delightfuli IM 'i, fr.,-v
fever offerstTo rt t -a
omun~odations an,! ird F; '-,1-
p Ith. 37SO per -'k. 1-> rYvhi-..:


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Taste


Is display< v thc- who
drink our -dai \V. : r
They havrt :rnei dis-
criminate we",': tbhe
good and ', bad. hence
the great p- pular:'y four
the rreat populart',y of our
parlor.


Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 SPaldoz. Phone 999


Mrs. L. H :'in Gren i- regitered
a: ihe i -atflord Ho: 1. Nashille,
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Mr. and Mrs. C H.
in East Nas!%:\al'e, Tenn.


Eihnman are


! ,Ir M.' H. McC; lla:, is in Nasr-
'. '. Tenn.
Mrs. C.1-H Laney and :iuzghters are
it. lDe Puniak.
Mrs. C McCoy is registered ait
lio:t: Morrison, Cli;;ago.
The mon,,-F'qhb r wedding wil!
;..k place \\edn.-,ty morning. Oc-
11 :n the F rst Pr(sbyterian church
L: 11:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Walter WhIie entertained the
(lay Euchre very ple-A-ntly. Mr-..
t D. Be-(r won both the ace aiii
lone hind prizes. Mrs. Geor"--
\:. te cut tlh consolati n and Mrs.
Sieiflay the tbooxy. The club wi!l
next Friday wkitN Mrs. George
V :;.*. "~v
M's. A. M. Avery aai daughters
V, Stella and Miss Katherine le*t
Na:-hville ye-terday and are now in
N\ :nta. Per youngest 0"iughter Mi,<
Mlar;nm remained at Belmont CoLle,-e.,
Na-hvlille.
M:- Albert Aver- is visi ing now 1
INew York after accompanying his
brother M., Preston Avtry to Staun
ton, Va, v-hre he en ercd the mil'-
tary achec'.
Miss Ida L. Bohr, the trained
nurse t whom hr patteats are all so
fond, wpt north Om atur.lay to taL.
a muc4 eded ret *te' a very bucv
yarN. I will spend tw months, go-
i ing tat to central Olh, then to In-
d ana tM to Geenville, Ky., before
visiting her three eistrs who are In
s choo Ie Cincimati. One alter MIle
E:sie ao is a graduate of Christ


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In One
Week. c 4

BEAUTIOLA
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER.
Beautiola Is the only babile prepm-
tion that facial bil ishes. traces of sn worry, ill-
ness and exposure. After a few as'fee-
tionsof Beautiola, beauty of youth tbenr
and agV fals like a matle Iem the kee,
hIr-ing the skin *oft. elear tand vetlvetyl.
not a wrinkle r blem;ob re nts. "&U-tt-
ola is endorsed by th M *1raF teratyr ,
Chemists and Expert DewmatolaUs. I
bha made faded. but o ee b autiflt lawdki .
ma youthful at forty and fifty so they wew
at twenty, also used by am with the smne
wonderfi result.. Besattoles ees
worst eaos ot BROWN. LVM
FRnCKLES. BL&CKHRKA KI MII,
WRIKLKS. SCARS M83d 01 -
TIN* 4 oand all DIlntUItIO tU0K
1I(,iN. Prie .0o oenta. VUY m OK
GUARANTEED.
For sale by leading druggist tor -at
direct to
E. R. BERRY CHEMICAL Cq,
Dept. St. Leuls.
Beautiola book mailred frelapo s req


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BUILDING WILL OON B OPENED
AND YOUNte IAN Wt.L *E


Had it not been for *be advent to
,yellow fever here, Pems.ida would
now have in full operation one of the
best equipped Y. M. C. As In the
south. The building whica has been
completed is a magnaflcent structures,
aad greatly beautlles the section of
the city where it is located. The in-
terior suggests ease -and comfort
throughout.
All the equipment has arrived, aad
Is now in the building, only lacking
a few finishing touches. A secretary
was due here in September but was
prevented from coming by the quar-
anline which was placed just about
that time.
Just as soon as conditions improve
In the city, the building will be open-
ed and it will undoubtedly prove ven
popular with the young mrn and boys
of the city.


Ho:-pital,, Mt. Auburn in Cincinnati, When doctOrs fail, try Burdock
will return with Miss Hohr in Deces- Bood Bitters. Cures dpepsia, con-
ber to taeC up practl.e here. lstipation; invigorates the whole eye-
SI.. tcra.
The mai'y warm friends of Mr C.'
R. Johnson who has oe3n ill for sa- -v-
er.l wetk., of typhoid fever, will be COUNTERFEITING THE GENUInE
glad to learn that, though still a VT,r Foley & Co, Chicago, originated
sick man it is believed that he wi Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
;now iegin to perceptibly improve. rhpiedy, and on account of the great
aterit and popularity of 'oley's Honey
Dr. I. C. Phillips who, very anuch ai Tar many imitations are o(ere.*
against hi,; will had to succumb thWf& the gnauine. These worthless Im-
a light at:a'k of fever, twa been.abont tlations have similar sounding Uame&.
all week v'tending to h'd practice tOi Beware of them. The genuine bley's
the grea pleasure of his patients and Honey and Tar is it a yellow pack-
other friends. y Ask for it and refuse say sub-
iutate. It is the ,best remedy for
The many friends of Mrs. J. L ,'ghs aaa colds. W. A. D'IAetete
Bryan, wife of IAeutenait Byran U. S. agglst ag d apothercary, 121 South
R. C. S., will regret to know thM a4 Phe tex st-et.
has the fever but will rejoice to learn
that it is of a very aild type. Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vaatilla Ix
Lieutenant Bryan is hnlUseg nursin traCt are, pure &ad Stroug that
his wife -bc is assur-4 of the be.-every drop counts. Tht-a wh- theY
care and will doubtless be up la few arp go .9mical.
days. yesterday being &he third day
and her fever practically onme last
evening. ; Mrs. Richard M. Cary, accompanied
that lady to Nashville where she now
Mrs. B. Zimmern and family who is with Mr. and Mrs. Cary &ad the!r
have been simmering at the Spring lovely baby.
Hill Hotel, returned to the city yes-
terday.-Mobile Register. Mrs. T. V. Kessler was agreeab y


Miss Lol'a Tate of Washington. D.
C. daughter of the late Judge Tate ct
this city, is visiting Mrs. McMannus
at Ft. Totten, near New York.
Hon. John S. Beard and Miss Sullt-
vant have joined Mrs. Beard in At-
lanta, leaning Suwanee Saturday
morning.


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MiLs Fannie Bonifay the excellent
and much sought trained nurse who
has spent the last two months with


surprised yesterdayy by a quantity of
beautiful gifts and congratulatory
telegrams that proved-hlow charming-
ly her friozds remembered that it was
her birthday.
Mrs. RUx M. Robinson left Friday
for the north.


Mrs. A. Paul Spencer and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Sweet
moved yesterday from ITayne street
to 902 East Gaden eoppoelte the M.
E. church.


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THE PUZZLERS



WE[E PUZZLED


who0e lroes of Thei e Missed,
i But ly OthersGuessed the
I Gmct Answers.

The puzzlers missed No. 4 and No.
7 in battalions this time and it is
worthy of note that with one excep-!
tion all who missed "No. 4" gave it as,
either Edwin Booth, Edwin Forest or:
Lew Fields, a large majority who miss-
ed "No. 7" gave it as Stephen Girard.
"Dan Walker, P. 0. Box 838, city"
was the first name drawn from the cor-
rect answers, and he can get the dol-
lar whenever he cans for it at The
Journal oSce.
Now puzzlers, wake up.. Here is
something new on which to exercise
your bright minds. And only six of
them. Of course you will find them
as "easy as rolling off a log." Some of
you boys who have bden begging for
something "hard" better take a sec-
ond thought over tkesae before filling
out your coupons. Not that they are
eo hard. 0, no. Not nearly so hard
as some of your heads.
Following are the answers to the
puzzles for last week:
Answers for October 1.
No. 1-Andrew Jackson.
No. 2-Washington Irving.
No. 3-Jas. Fannimore Cooper.
No. 4-Winfield Oeott.
No. 5--Benjamin West.
No, 6.-Robert Lee..
No. 7-Stephen Decatur. 4
No. 8.-Exhan Allen. 3 ,
No. 9.-Abraham Lincoln. ..
No. 10.--Cyrus W. Fields
Correct Answers Received.
Correct answers to the puzzle pic-
tures in The Journal Sunk'ay, October
1, were received from the following
girls and boys:
Clara B. Frenkel, city; Anna May
Booth, Century, Fla.; Robert Booth,
Century, Fla.; Elliott Barrow, Griffith
Hotel, *Nashville, Tenn.; Pebley Bar-
row, Griffith Hotel, Nashville, Tenn.;
Lettie Martin, city; Bertram Dannhels-
ser,* city; Jack Roberts, 'Arcadia
Farms," Galt, Fla.; A. Dannsheisser;
city; 1ucharist Suarez, city; Frances
Brent, Brentwood, Fla.f Willie -Brent,
Brentwood, Fla.; Robert Brent, Brent-
wood, Fla.; Charles Chunn city;
Louisa Wolf, city; Goldle McEwen,
1lagdad, Fla.; Minnie Brown, city;
Flora Laughton, Galt City, Fla.; Anna
Leighton, Galt City, Fla.; Ruth Gen-
try, Milton, Fla.; William Gentry, 411-
ton, Fla.; IAllie Salter, Milton, Fla;
Sammie Stewart, Bagdad, Fla.; Della
A. Brown, city; John Frenkel, city;
Emily Dawson. Century, Fla.; Ruby
Dawson, Century, Fla.; Ed. M. Fren-
(Continlued on Page Eight.)


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TO THE BOY OR GIRC WHOSE NMAE IS DRAW FROM THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT
THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THUR$AY-NIGHT, THE JOURIJAL WILL CIVE A tALVER DOLLAR.


I


THE TURN OF LIFE


A Time Whi Women Are Ssceptbl to Many
Dread al-Intelligent Women Prepare
for It. To Relate their Experience.
The "ead qe. of "ar9
the most critpiol i
of a woman's ,
sad the apd W felt by -
women as in d mweao
is not witheatreason.
Every woama S*bo

vite6 dims eand psa.
a deraned oartfotIt.
or she idpredisposed to
apollexy, or og g.ttio
of any organ, the tm-
denm is atthlesrod
likely to become 4t
-and with bhoes at aer
vous irritatgons make
life a burden. At this
time, also, esanmers md
tumors are more liable
to form and begin their
destructive wo
Such warning syap-
toaes as sense of sfo-
cation. hot ashes, head-.
aches backaches, d
of impending evil, tmid-
ity, sounds ithe b r
palpitationm of the heet,
sparks before the
irregularitles, con=
tion va wriable nppete
weakness and inquie-
tude, and ithiness, are KP
promptly heeded by in- d
telligentwomenwho seg WMADOeo OO O@"D
appaosching the pseted
In Bife whei w a ffP"m arYt sCn Ing."- wLt adlie a amd e slamd
map d bed d ps ed ra maenwith Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegr-
ea sm awe all Justso many mn as you ftr and Iw n
atppy oMsy alL t&Z0r diumtftn .symp
1 Woutf ra d tohe thed I peme y thsh
an crying out 1o wi h the Change of Life, a well woman. I am
srys houldeMhbeadedlnth e oquer medicine to an my
Lydia ikhemisVegetable Com- triend&-- anieE. .Hyland, ChMws
pound w a rep to m eta the needs town, ad.
of wome"a system at this trying Another Woman's Case.
Period of her "e. Itinvigorates an d of ltewre
strei gtheas the female organism and trl I ere My phyd ant I
build uptheweseamed Inervusystem. ~csacaewoscomdition of tthelwom l One
It s arrived thousand. of women day I ed smeotof the testinalatw
sately throu his OVIs. who had bern cured by Lydia L. Piakhm's
Fo' a dvi r thist- VepetbCompound, anIdId=,%totryft
odr ice regarding this t am- toawriteyoufor advice'Ydm tdltr
portantedwomen areinvited to =&Asewedlwoman, andmilmy bad symP.
write to M is ]Pla m at Lynn, Mass., sosgTC&
and it will be furnished absolutely free "I advisevery wom at this period Uf
of charge. to take your mecine and write yo tak
Bead what Lydias E. Pinkham's Com- vie"- Lizaie Hinkle, 8alm Iad.
pound did ftot Mrs. Hyland and Mrs. What Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable
Hinkle: Compound did for Mrs. Hyland and
Dear Mrs. Phahm:- Mrr. Hinke it will do for any woman
"I had beea mEetig wifthbing aOt the at this time of life.
womb for em a s wasePalssgnthreoghgthe
CUaeof4. My womb was badly swol- It has conquered pain, restored
lea; my was ese; I had dyspel*s, health, and prolonged life in cases that
e ahdahes, and wm vey o utterly baed physicians.
LYt L. Pbhmf Vts o Suns SM WbuinWO O s Va .
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Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,

or with necenary preventatives

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.



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






Credit Buys Here

As Quicdy as Cash.
Corae in and pick out what you want to make your be*
as bright and cheerful as spring time, and enjoy it while
you a)e paying for it.
Rocking Cirs from................................. 1.25 to $20.00
Iron Beds .................... ....................$3.00 to $1000
Woven Wire Springs, the sleep-easy kind, for..................$2 50
Chairs ............. ........................... 75 cents to $4.00
Odd Dressers from.........................................9.00 up

MARSTO N & QUINA, l
W08 0 S.Pa oL St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. -
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I 1 Chn& Co.
The Pw. s The Store taot F..
St, PUMAesl78 and 480 de People.


Don't Let


Yellow Fever

Get the Best of You,

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


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PAM 4WuM


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The Jour
m .n--a- E eeeh Iw rt-s


S9 w.w w NOW


's. i sia Ow Advertisements


Me mr P# t~dp1for #a" tWN 4 28


7777'


It's Unfair to


Drag Your Family

around from pillar to post every year, if you're a renter,
looking up a new location, when you can Just as easily

Put Your Rnt Money

Into a Home of Your Own.
It's all in the starting. We start you light. We've
startel others. Better call in and talk the matter ov--r
with us, or write for Information.


Pensacola Investment Co.

W. L KOMWSM, Pres. LL Msi, Se wuary.
j. L. STIRaM, V.-res. ad Sm. lmegr. MKNOWLIS ET, Trnsmr.

216 South Palaftx Street, Pesnoola, Florida.


WANTED
WANT3D-Traveling salesman to
call on grocers and general stores;
prottable and permanent position.
Premim Cider Co, St. Louis. Mo. It*
WANTU).-A young respectable lady
of good appearance as partner for
drmnakiur g and millinery estal-ish-
SeO. Lucrative position for right
mty. ftr iuculars address P. 0.
6xir Goctit
WAMrWD.-The Southrrn Mattress
(G. will call at your home and re-.
pir yeor old mattress or sell you a
mw ese cheap. Phone 682. 4actlw*


WANTED.


BARGAINS IN SOME MC HOUSES FOR We Ask You L ^^I o
We can make a moot attractive of-
REALm TTT11f B-..EoT. To see mn d women to
D I1 ccome or. permaneLt represen:a-
KLu i 1A1L House on North Hlll..$50 00 own
o 71No h n North :y............ 40 00, those who can devote their wholo
7 room dwelling, west Garden, 100, 304 North Sp :g: ......... 25 C' You want to sell any piece of prop time, witL a view to managing
. ..... 21 West Ro ....... ... 17 0o erty Ibranches for us a.-Ler Jnuary 1,t
. .. ..... oth80North eViler.......... 17 6(? You want to buy property? INo capital required. We mRnufc-
.nuse, renuni 1$.. per ..... 323 Fast Gadsden ........... 15 0J Your want to borrow money.? which there is universal dfmanl
.. .. .. .. .. ...renting $ 1.00 per 34107 East Cervantg ............. 15 00 You want to lend money on good e- Raymond Hill & Co., 1'5 Kinzie SL.,
3 house (new) renting $21.0 per 314 East Stron ......... curity? Chicago .
month............ ...... 238 West Government .........I15 01curity? Chicago.
t.. .. ...... .. 1126 East LaR .............. 12 50 YOU want a tenant for your house? WANTED-Two men in each counv
4 room house, renting $7.00..00O. 810 East Romana............ 12 30 You want to rent a house? to represent wholesale Hardware
111 South DeVillier........... 10 CO You want any kind of insurance? Department. Established House. S.i-
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00 625 West Romana.... ......... 10 00 We offer you good and attentive ser- ary $21.00 weekly. Expense money;
per month.. .. .. .. .. .. ....70. vice and invite you to call or write us advan.led. Address Hardware Dept..
4 rem house west oma --i I The Columlia House, Chioago. It*
See our board for bargains in real WANTED.-A good cook, 70i N. ;*a! -
For Rent. estate. fox street. 8so
room house, 91 E. Str 60 Money to lend at the lowest market L. S. BROW N & Co A prominent monthly Magazuine. wi.
50rate of interest. large, high-class circulation, requires
S room house, 413 llemar 10.0 Office Second Floor Thlisen Building. the services of a local representative
room hoe, 413 Gllemard 10.00 to look after renewals and increase
room house, 603 N. 8th avenue. s subscription list in Pensacola on a sAl-
Fo Su Ho E.R FO? R5ibsT i, with a oostinuing lflterest
6 room house, 609 N. 8th avenue. F" IS H E R;o from year to year in the buslaes
6 room bouse, 409 Guillemard., 16.00 FOR RENT.-Two-story house,. 01 W. essetia. lperGoon opsoraubn buor
List yourf eam Chase street, ten roomnis and kitchen the right person. Address, Publisher,
Lst your real estate with me forRebath KlEs at ge cy W thtand water connecdon. Ap- Bo i x 69, Station O, New York 4loct
sale. aply, ring phone $48, flyAe rings. Soet6t Station New York. loci
Rents collected, and prompt returns 2F South Palaoo ,Strct e WANTD.-Men and' boys waatee to
Smad PHONE 87. FOR RENT-Two 4 room cottages on M earn $6 day, after two months in-
Church for rent Apply to Mrs. I. structkmon, position guaranteed. 'Coyno'
S-- Caulson. 3oct2t* Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools, New York,
ft JE I. BK OR0 A LK FOR RENT.--4ive room cottage with catalogue.) .octly
. .. .... u- eT... ,, T _--v rui ,. .. bath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes. two


WANT"D-Haultng and transfer 204 8S. Palafox t. Fisner uiawdng.
work. OcMee phone 363. Residence _
phone 390. Acosa & White. 22-28 N.
Tarragona. mM Forb I*.
PARTnMS who wat to romu 'ouses.
teams or anything else for g-s- JUST RcM-VMn-IArge shipment of
=&tur, will lad The Journal Waut imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint,
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
& Co., ship chandlers and grocers, 701
-..... ... ...... South Palafox. 4oct.


WANT --.D-Orer fo The JouraMs
ape"Ol Peisaoal and Pama a Camel
dtlIUou. which w shortly appear.
WWI .otain half-tone pictures of ity.
barb? and special s*ee 1 eea
Leave orders at Journal offee.


We vat the public to remember that WANTED--Second-haad Cora. OtM
we re back at our old stand on Eaot and cotton seed meal saks. Out of
Govurnmot street, and selling gro- tow shipments solicited. Write as,
crese produce cheaper than any F. s. Melln & C 0marchim
cer rS ta Penacola. We mean
wat we say. Geo. W. Pryor & Som. THI RENTAL BUSINESS ts oar
2spt. | specialty and your b aness will
WANTDM.-We can accommodate a' aves caretl attestsL D. Hale Wi.
Mr guests at an up-todate mountasl. ~ & CO
hoWl; eUmate delightful and good wa-
ter; a oderate rates. Address F. D. ge l a
omasmm, Buena Vista, Va. w ll
8 ll aIAS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' A ,n-
. & HUJAL, contracting painters Malarala and Chill Cure. It curMs
ed diMnsators. Fine varatishn to tay cured. It is a good tonic, a
and Ietihang. Sign pa lting a spe- good lMier regulator. You need it at
cdt. Residence phone 249. 29aug. this time of the year. On sale at all
AT -ou to know that you druggist, or at Lewis & Co., atst
ewmis.se tee koldw papers at this Government street. Price, 60c.
o cheap. ln deplm.
MO TOO wesIMbuyor "REGft ULARK MAIL LAN-Good eavey.
-A N U s n t ad bM y or ea stv ing? ace for t tatels publWc. Daily ser.
RAnks M wetiswe wtlvice each way. I (Alpley to Bay-
e Te at t -A- AddresJ JI. TUle, Chiple y
to 6d .M &4a


WAMlUT.-verObody to know that
otr med of Coffee may be lmitated
betma't be equaled. New Orlemas
Geroery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop.

WANTM.-The public to know that
w are pioneer Coffe Roasters of
Fierda. New Orlean Grocery Co,
JaS. McHug, Prep. an9e2
WANTED.-The Merchats Trsagser
Ca wants your moving and baulunm.
All Tbrea guarsateed T. B. Thor.
ma. Prop. Phone 978. 18Junelm.


REAL ESTATE.
RZAL NSTAT a ll part of atR.
yes buy the w d a" wA we U
baid yoUr hose as loag tla ay.
menau D. Hale WmMe & C &
TAILORNG-& L Dian-sd, Thja'.
opainS e s et aMs. N. 114
Weat Govermnat 8L. Pmola ps

Lear


W .n LOST.-White setter bitch, with black
We wat everybody to know that we spots; she is short and stumpy.
are wholesale and retail grocers and, Last ee t days ago. Reward for
still a. the old stand. New Orleans return to Jno. Cary Whiting, tax col-
rery Oe, Jus. McEugh. Prop. lector. goct.


.L SINGHAM waste yoar moving bitch five months old. Answers to
S u he llag. He guaranteesall break- name of Ruth. Return to Dan Hall,
e. nhon 6W. 716 N. DeVilliers Street and get re-
WANTED-Tour *eectric work of aM ward. 7octlw
ktnds. Let as clean your fans, re.-
pair your dynamo, do your wiring. etc. LOST.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near-
IFhu$ 670. Pe encolE Eectric Co, ly grown. Liberal reward for re-
eornr latendencia and Bayles strneaet turn to Ben D. Beers, at Wm. Johnson
ijauel. ~ a Son.


CHICKBLN WHAT produces smg%
Makes fowls especially well lavor*e
The cheapest food to be tound. F. &
Me ien & Co, Phone 334. loe0
FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Sates and
VaL.. Fixtures of adl descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Sate an1
Lock Company of Clainolm Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
"itt Moreno, Pensacola, la.M
28June.


11il, eIther incltling whole block
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
quarter blotk of Ave lots. Apply at
my office, Thiesen Building for furtc.
er particulars. C. W. Hagerman.
24auglm.
00 TO TURTOM fbr all S'aeMS ia.
Cameras ladd and loaded tree
f chbre He Sakes best photo
,rapha ,IB te mthim U years a leea.
r. Is8Jaa.
FOR SALAl-Shtngles and Wood to.'
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'j
Mil, just west of Muscogee wharf.
I


FOR SALE-South ha'f block 211,
fronting 400 teet ,on L3th street, by
137% feet on Bay View Park; also
south half of block 213, fronting 400
feet on 14th SL, by 137! feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin.
lag Bay View Park that is now for
sale. The beautiful view down the
bayou sad down the bay can never be


Do you value your healthT If so, obstructed. A. V,-,Clubbs. S0NY
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" P ~
and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery R A L,--ckd-had cash re
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 tFOR tr-Beret cdhnd sition. Wl
ter In perfect onditon. Will sell
W &as1 or-r, timn- r*resir barga Can
We have beeen with you in Peas so- e *at Ja-t brain.' Can
-la since 1874, and still tend tos e a. Jam CHu-. a --- mo"
with you and serve you with thb best GROW OINSEN& urge prosts.
of groceries at lowest ar- Room n -o- dq Ro6t s .
ket prices. New Oieuas Grocery Writ to.y. for litrture. Bucking-
Co., Jas. McHugh. Prop. aug20 h hs Ginsensg4 Zmeevllle, 0.
FOI SALE-One lot of fine show 13uig3SaS.
cases, especially adapted for mil DRUG Wt'ORk HS +SALE.-Well es-
linery purposes or for drug store, tablished'an&d dg drug business
also one lot of counters and fine for sale in .Atl G., thex)eading
Reach plate glass mirrors. B. L. city of the wou(lB2Bplendid 'location
Reese, 118 South Palafox. 2s3p and growing all [me. Reason for
-- ~selling, going 'B e proprietarN
FOR SAIJI--At a msacrflos te 'ture medicine bustoes, 0tock ard flAttre'*
store, stock and accounts. al at $1200.09. Ad 4 "Drugs," Box 494;,
W-8.140 E. Intendenc iJan Atlanta, goct 6 t*
FOR SALE-One Choice Mbl on top- FOR '-- 1 .rses and Mules
of ro ridge east of the c,* i for sale it all es Turpentine
railway, between 7th and 4th street operators' anth special atten-
Nature has favored this section and It tion. Call n or -; ss Deillon &
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. Penuel, MarAia, V 6actlm


PLUTOI PLUTOI
Keep your system In good condition
and you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.
McHugh.
FOR SALK CHEAP--My three-year-
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of
Florida, No. 68,923. Also some ine
young pigs. 1 rix-months-old boar, all
registered and transferred. Carl Set.
teriind, Chipley. Fla. 1SJly


FOR SALE-Beautiful block la New
City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Housa.
laug


Fo BA$l-Lor4BrDH ftoms%. oura
lorf S blocks hfem Palaf ox. lot K"
192 on car dae: -r particulars li-
quire at sander clotftg Co.I
29 Jan.
FOR SALE.--Comic "Stegomyl" poB-
tal cards for salj at White's Rea-
taurant, two for fvl9 cents. Outside
orders will not betflleo' unless cash
and postage acc~4Panes order. Or-
der quick. 2l8ept.

*AHKMAKCl.
J. I. PORT4i, elamr, T710 South
Palatox stree. Orders taken fot
teats,& a tags, c p Stools and house
cote. tW Priees. reasonable. Sllan


I


blOks from car line. Apply to H. W.
Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13sepLlm*


WANTED.-An lntelligst pereoo may,
earn $10 to $16 weekly in spare
time corresponding for newspapers; I


FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block nut- no canvassing. 9Oad for particulars.
side city limits on county hard Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport,
road, with six room house; wind mill; N TY. 3oct3m
water pipes in yardd all thro h T .-y C a whole and
. .........el, WWA M.--y ca we and
house. Rent reasonable. ApplyTw. man ore hu, astant -..sr
m. .cC lella. at irst National -a.nk,.rde. as.r
sadnUB lng territory; expense mmey ad-
.. ... vaneed. Work pleasant; positlon per-
FOR RENT.-Reilaence lately O' manent. Write at onoe for full partlc-
cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.*i ullr and enclose self-addreMld on-
LaRua street Apply to R. M. Cary, velope. Thomas J. Cooper & 0C., 122
48 S. Palafox street. 7TJL IAke St., Chicago, Ill. Swctw%
WANT W.-By Chleoea MauMt utar
dUO8 "iOn lag i House. person of trustworthyness
somewhat familiar wih local triftory
WANTED.-My patrons to know that a assistant in branch office. Salary
my school will open at the same $18 paid weekly. Permanent pitiotlu.
my school il- open the I same lNo Investment required. Previfew ex-


200 Lots For Sale.


Weekly Payments

of $1.00 Only.
No Taxes! No Interest!

Those. Pebley,
Office Cor. Romana an I Palafox St,
Phone 559.


DIRECTOi4 (
CENTRAL TRADES CGUNht&.-
I ere will be a mee mn of thi
,ud> on the frst and third IeJue.-
,ays of each month at 7:30 p. a All
ielegares are itquested to be press
eat. Z. W ROBERTS
W. L DELAY. Prdeatd
Secretary.
PensacoM L-'d .Nf o 3. K. of r
meets every Monday evening at 7.30
o'clock at tair Castle Hal., Bloms
Wataon billda ig. corner Palatus and
Garden streets Visiting brethren fews
41iail welcomeI
J. H. BREW'roM, .C
8. HORBLk,. L o I* L
Rathbone ..:t Noif
80 KL of P.. m a ge V
4T l qrsday eveisi" 8*0 :M
o',.tock Im tcihr 01SM
ha third goor. Ilesa
Wtesom bailMig ugMth
wst corWer PalhoC sad
oarde streets Vitilu kaights *
oeardially weicoesed
& B. CERUTI. o0.
C. . L VY.Lo K. f R & .

Knighs Of Celea e
Meetis of the
KnighU of Ooluubqo
are held at their hall,
No. 8 West laftemde
cl tret. on every
Monday evenatg
7:20 lo'ek am Iw
Vitation Is etsoxte
to visiting Knights.
JOhN B. JON=.
3DM. FOX. Ord Klght
Reaorder


-----------t--i--,ani- perience not essential to engaging. *enese*as L~ N N. 4, L 0. 0 P.
low fever situation will permit. Miss Address Manager Branohas, Como Pensacola lodge NO 4. L O 0 0 .
Pattie Holden. 24sept. Block, hicago. Sect3w mee* s every Thure'aye tveslg at 7:W
..... -- ..... at the new ball uoa Wet N iUiv.
Money to Loan. NON-UNION Compoitors. Jo01 the street. VIstlngs bretbren eor.sr
M -llon Club by coming to BL Louis. invited. T. 0 STINSON,
MONT TO LAND-CnO good rt 4as Permanent positions gpuranteed to B. R WITKOVSKI. SeerefmV.
tats seerity, or oa good oUiatlra, competent men. $19.60 per week of
at lowest rates. Loelie BI fifty-four hours. Aodres aEmployment REBF.KAH sisER&
Fisher -budiug. glju Bureau, St. Louis Typotheae, 410 N. Naomi Lodge .%o 10 Hfetxa
I 'Fourth St., St. Louis, Mo. terms eot s every sbonday aigh,
MONXY LOT A a sa a" as loct7tt J o'clock li L O. O. I. Hall 'as
-tig sisters cordially in,,tr,4
ropopan Pgk) e tWANTED.-Parties In need of carpetl present. MRS. S. DeTHAYBR.
w e m t. J Ay. Waf t terms, please ring up Msone No. ,76, MISS MAMIE FkRM1tAN .-rrtar,
VSnet se mt. J Asbur. UIe 2 4 or apply to I Redenback. business
o wm 1u'. agent, room 1, old Armory building. M. . B A. No 81 m -ets Ors ji.
27septSM* third Wednesday evening at T:.fu p
MONB IuA-tvau oa 4ood rVO W WANTID.-Hotel cook;colored boy tO m., Rafford Hall. No 10 West In:ws
t0 cutr miw f Y mouMAO 1 cook in a small hotel, god arary; de A. G FtLLee.
ial e itleon & G a. answer quick, for Chip.ey Hot,4 Chip- J. L SWA. NYEL.
ley, Vila. lpept.
MONEY LOANER on ad itnds atf WANTED.-Al young persons wao W.O.W.
rnml property oJ shot aMe are g od smenographer or book- uve Oak camp No 1. W O W
Terms easy 3. W. 1ullard. "atlrs keepers, that are seeking poestons or meets in Pythian Hall 11t and 3W
28% South Palatoz St., Phme 1144 promotion to register with s liame- Wednesdhys In each month. ViNtiag
5*8 diately. *e can secure yous ood poe- sovereigns co'd'ally ITvited -
"NLUMrITD amtnutt of s me. t .len ltlons. We are avin more, calls 7.A. 2SI 0.
I s all kinds of petuwas f at daily than we cawsnuppy. It will cow LESLK E BROO... Cler.
Special rate to busirs w oNa -gae you nothing to regter. with ukM Meux W. W. C Oak Gre, No. 4
ouan s. beNew York Le a Co.. 3" & Munro, Proprietors, rbe Mobe W. 0. W. C.. Oak GrCove, o. 4
Soth POaW Business College, No. $244 N. Royal Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
St., Mobile, Ala. 15septlm* of each mrfth at 3:30 p. m.. rd floor
Se WANTBD.-rrustworth, ma toman. PWfo an u ardeng southwest ste
409 f PALAFOX ST. age tobranch roec and ,tribtis d artsovereigns cordially Invictd. Mrs. W.
MON TO LOAN UN DIAMONS poct for laes a S A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olse,
Watchs, Chains. RAag and a anas strti witho, $100xs year. ap tia Guardian.
of collateal security at lowst rt of commissions ad expenses. licant
interest Brgralus im nore*ai"t, must have good r eee s anI $1000 -
^w cash, capital secured. z speriece u
Necessary. Address "Manumaturer,',
Board and 1oom .I 21 West Atwater 5t., Detroit, Mich. GRIST AND CORN MLAL MILLS.
sept. g. p. GON4A=&a CO.. Prea
WANTED.--One or two roomers; me W ANTED-The peo e at Peasacola .l.Wt O
prefered. Apply or address No. 17 to cease worrying. lL t The Journal ~,HOICE M Eu L AND PURE GROUNO
W. IARua, ciy. Soctlm Want Ads polve the problem for yom y OCK FIRK e
BAT HOTEL-Open night and ay. They are expect detective, sd can By your a and stock f
lUropean plan Rooms fight sad find the man you are looking for if th home mauf actuer, r4?gl"
clean. Tranlteni trade olleted., 75 he is included la the 85,000 or 80.-0 iome Indutry. contrlbute i 1 hO0
579 South Palafox Jos. S. Nioolas, people which matU e the population of labor. and leave Your mone Im 0
pop ai Pensacola. eity.
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REFUGEES


RETURNING


TO


PENSACOLA


AND OTHER HOMESEEKERS

WILL FIND SOME VERY DESIRABLE DWELLINGS IN THE FOLLOWING LIST:


$5 to $10.
NO. 1411 N. HAYNE. 5 ROOMS ............ ........ .. ..... 6.00
NO. 1903 N. ALCANIZ, 3 ROOMS ....... .. .. .. ................... 5.00
NO. 608 E. CHASE, 3 ROOMS.................... .... ............ $6.00
NO. 422 N. DAVIS, 4 ROOMS.......................... .... .. ......$7.00
NO. 723 N. TARRAGONA. 4 ROOMS......... .. .. .. .. ..............87.00
NO. 415 N. GUILLEMARDE, 4 ROOMS .... ...... .. .... ...... $7.00
NO. 900 E. BELMONT, 4 ROOMS..... ............ ...........$7.50
NO. 15 S. BAYLEN. 4 ROOMS.. .............. ..** ** ........... ..$8.00
NO. 634 W. GREGORY, 5 ROOMS....... .. .... .... ..............$8.00


NO.
NO.
NO.
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NO.
NO.
NO.
NO.


$10 to $18.
309 N. HAYNE, 7 ROOMS.. ..................... ** ** **** ** ** ** *..$1800
16 S. SPRING. 6 ROOMS,............ .. .. ** *..*....* $17.00
116 W. WRIGHT, 6 RCOM8 .......... .. .. ............. $17.50
245 W. oAROEN, 6 ROOMS.. .... .... .................***$1.65
309 E. GREGORY, 6 ROOMS .................. .... .. .. .... $15.75
122 W. GARDEN, 5 ROOMS .................. .. .. ...... * $1500
403 N. MAYNE, 5 ROOS............... .................. **$***12.50
419 E. INTENDENCIA. 5 ROOMS. .................. ** ******$12.00
23 E. LaRUA, 4 ROOMS.. .. ...... ...... ** ** ** ** $13.50


$18 and ver.
NO. 411 N. SPRING, 8 ROOMS................ .. .. ...... .... 10.,,
BAYLEN AND DeSOTO, 8 ROOMS.. ................$35.0W
BAYLEN AND QeSOTO, 8 ROOMS............ ...... ..$35.0;
NO. 211 W. CERVANTES, 8 ROOMS.. ......... ..........$33.00
NO. 317 N. BARCELONA, 8 ROOMS................ .... .. ....6$2530
NO. 304 S. ALCANIZ, 8 ROOMS ...... .. .. ..... .. .. ..... $20.65
NO. 108 E. WRIGHT, 5 ROOMS....... ....... .. ................$22.50
NO. 217 N. CEVALLOS, 7 ROOMS ........ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... $2300
NO. 1I E. JACKSON, S ROOMS.. .... .. .. .... .......... .....$14.00


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MAYVOM LISS ROfS REMINIS.
CENT ON READING ACCOUNT
OF T*9 REAML.AND'S RECENT
HARD LUK AT MOBILE.


A CONT 4,

HERRON CASE GO-V OCR
TUESDAY WHEM- WILL *a
TRIE D,.

The case of Dr. J. & Herrou, .wVl
was arrested a few days ao for IV-
f*4 Ad .tt #,

&hat makes our men's gar- Mayor liss hba bee 3 busy ma-: ra ugnitarv inspector 3wasI trle
eaots such a pronounced for the Past few molas. In fact hI third time continued yestctrsday Thier
@access. Our idea is that "busy Wrter" commenced month. tlme it was continued uatiteL t Te n- "
jat any 4 id thing for ago, whe he waged strenuous dayit wa ntnuedunt
te boy" --ont do. but crusade a4mnst the wa -r company The Judge announced la courtthat
that he should have tt, at the tide when he was chasing the case would positively be tried
best that is in the cloth- "that misrg cipher. Then cam- Tuesdase whether o Hsiien or hl
ag linte, ou'll be .ur- that meorable campaign with t I torne.s were willing or ,o, D-
prisedwht $4 usual shofex mthope an attorneys were willing or rot. D.
prid what 2., $4 S, uual p'riods of exci lnt, hope a Herron will be defended ;n the per
6.00( or b .0 will do here alarm. ons of E. T. Davis an dj. Sai a '
,yor Soy. In the midst of his effo-ts to bring- r "
about named reforms in municipal A rea many l, comtt ,
-,faIrs the resent IeverI feared he I the delay to indicate r.n pee a tttal, t
and the Mayor has .'2dhatedly since t he ela o wIca e ,a"h pt -
then, m te easiest .:an the event of which the health Inspee
-then, b the bs t. ain town. tor will be about as useless in the
The Whoa'a Journal representative call I i
Se .W o on h Jo yesterday he hadust resv present times as the oroverblil "kno
J Wht to on yestheeray in The Joernal of on a log." There is no deubt o-
n IitI 0A 8 ._. ".aDTL 1, o ..... l _bt'ever, but that the case will be dedUt-
JO W Mite ore trials oftere alandCi ,ty ,abo n 1ed on Its merits
t C 3 long eatih to indulr In a little _
OOcr oMe remineeot talk csncering It. e t SAW MILL AND
M2&L7 S. Palafox. "Yes," za!.d Maycr l -as, "I see th.-; f
-- Dreami City is still having her TI IRD I
Lbmon 225. r dhare of tr uble, and, bi the way. th0 1I31 I K LFIt rO
boat furbishes a peculiar history t. -
those whl are superstitious and who fOR SALr
.. do not igleve in Friday and the nu,.-;
b __ ___ ~- - ;ber ~Jiitn.- I am no: at all super I I
,--i I r rCgrmh10 ;Wst.tioa lDd I btnlieve that Triday '. !
i I L 0 just as I -eky a tday as ay other and i Mobile Drug Company vs. Morri I
,_-- that the I uber thirteen 1I no mor, ton Lumber Company. In Chancey at 1
m' U t l U.i 1st[ UC unJuck-M ay, any other number, b.ut Mobile. "
I the mem iano have worked for mre n' Pursuant to a decree rendered in thes
the coNUmctiou and management uf above entitled cause on August 10.
S I the boat- ore superstitions and cal-el 1905, by the Honorable Thomas IC
l l Pm attegAmin to a -uuber of remark- Smlith. Chancellor of the Southwet*
W1J VUC able c.oudences. ernm Chancery Division of the Stat6 of
V J nAI a"Form Aance, I purchased the hull Alabama, the undersigned will sell at
w O vw o ^ofr the ," t ortglualy from Captat: Ipublic outcry in front of the court -
loomrs aIn Pattes-Kit beltg a ahib's boat form house of Mobile County on Monday, r
the flWIed Kathinka that went October 23ro, 1905, at 12 ,m, the fol. G
Su i f y atSC ashore bi th hurricane of 18N, c'r- lowing described property, belonging i
; trying wf it the crew of the ship, and; to the Morriston Lumber Company:
P T _,___ Slqpdiaglt the Little Bayop. where the; One complete saw mill, hidWdiA- Q
c~erew isok the boat for shelt r. building, boilers, engines, fixtures.,g
Phbme 725. Capt. trsoa laid claim to soalvare tools and machinery, situated at Mot- )
Sma -g l ved-Mackera l S-pa. Rib ,ont the 0 Lt and obtained possession: riston, id Baldwin county, Alabama. a
of it. also the N%of Sec. 1 T 1 .- of -IL
S0 Ra ains,' Hfating In 4eg. "Ig I Plsed this boat on a Frid-s, 4 E.. and the S% of the 8W4( See.. ,
B -i--- 'lack Ol- s, S and on other Friday removed it to 28, T. 1 N. of it. 4 B. and unWr1ed
S Psh*, k RHallin, BMsters, my shi~irds, and began the rebu';t- timber leases on the following lae : a
no s, Olives tl. a, KeL Dil' ng of It another Priday, which was All Sec. 1, N%4 Sec. 4. 6W% Bee. 14. d
S oms e Gre vo6uv. sa-, also t Mbthb o( the a nLh. One of NV, of NEV4 and S o f t ,4 S .
9110ht Pickles, Fmrancis L' ,imy called n.% 7attent9n t20. I o nd otf B
s 0o.etWOt'ed Brand of Canned said he hoped I was not N /4 Sec. 10, N% of % Sec. S W
-at.AS6 S usandT Lo I-bsters, IPeima. At a later date I had % of SWI Sec. 25, NNW Bec. 14, 8
he,- p* Orstatrs, Clams, mi- a bolle WlIt for her by the late James of NW 4 Sec. 35, N3B% of NW% an.
SS 4tadlnea, Ialiaa Cheese. Ital- Hughes, ad this also was done on NW of NE%4 Sec. 35, N% of 8W%
P t Spanish a d Goo.,ds, .' friday. I failed to Inske the botler and W% of SEV Sec. 3, all keept
Ml- a-ms, Red Deans- Btter. hold W tr, and had considerab' 40 acres Sec. 16, all in T. 1 N. R: 4 BL, j
W SrythAing new and fresh. trouble wth Mr. Hughes oTer t0e all Sec. 19, T. 1 N. R. E., .tf Nof
matter Anially takig the bollcr1 % and N% of SE % Sec. 2% :4 p-
..B a .- _back, 1i I paytag him for the tire Ng% and N% of S1% SeD% a.
I had WUg it. of 8E and SW% of SW oc. 85. f,
"I he a-other boiler built for the T. 2 N. R. 4 E., part I% of NbtW% a
F r B M boat by7Mr. Byersa ant. this also was NS % of NE% Sec. m NW% Bee, 1,
S L a Frida b. The boller was simple' SEi and Nwv % Sec. J, In T. 1 L
i ai e_1/1t an. ent and not a successful 4 E.. W% of NW1 / -NW4 o ._
one **1^ Sec. 18. T. 1 1 I5 E.
is tke p140 to send your clothes to be "When the boat was launcLed i In addition to the foregoing the"
Sed. r Ched, Pressed or RepaAred. was laMhod on Friday, and a trial! will be sold a store house fornmev4r-fp
T .py arepow In a posi.t-o to handle trial wOa-male out into the bav. MV used as a commissai7, and certain O
~a w0t ore ecintlthtanever en new called attention to the fa-t small dwelling houset-- -santted -p'
W o ote ci y than ever,. tha we had Just thirteen passtengrra land owned by said Morriston Lumber p
L RREESE aboard. Th. next SuadAy a run was Company in fee, and also the excli* 01
-u ma-d to the Life Savlan Station w-th sive right to th-? use of a ditch runaag F
Phene IFM. Proprietor. a jolly parn that numbered thirtown, through above described properW val" T
k. 11 Ne thi Palafe- Street. and the tw following parties carrt'lm cable for transportation of logs bsalid
out by the boat during the next -veek mill. Terms of sale cash. For further-
also uinu erel thirteen, one person particulars apply to
S M. ... ... going aahcre to keep from making. the GEBRGE H. DUI-LAP, JR.L,
.. .. WILIAMS, I fatal thbteen. but his pace wa il!. Receiver.
CONTRATOR AND SL'PLDER1. by another Lefore the boat l:P. t-e 55 St. Michael bt., Mobile, Ala.
Oice Droaham b iE I! D t dock Thurs-sat-sun.
IS Pemola Business Oole. "On a fday a year ot two ao, v'e
P, attention always givero FRESH
toS~w^ push .af went oa" to the snapper bank... ottly FRESH
P cola*. P'L I to be baent down oa the high sea, I LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN
resultintg i a gasoline explos on ini AT
which I Was horribly turned. WHITES RESTAURANT.
N I I T lI ~EI "I o mitted to ment;on that U S.I -AND ALSO O
I DistrictGaperintendent Cotter car'i! CREAM BREAD DAILY. A
*IN ii C t over oaer Friday afternoon and ioelt
Sa e the boat ap for being a steam bhnat Low rates at Southern Hotel for
CA-lrIMn P R PMr and I Ibo to burn him wita gsultr rooms and board.
Vo W Hucker Bros. before I-coumd convince him that it - -.
qwas nodwt Eesm.The- rnn as.a


N was not steam. The burning was al
New[ little mre than I had bargain for.
caused # the pop valve going off and
bh of Us lost ouir mistaches.
nlak Eange .Coioa Bruce of the F"orla
-Iml Ege ChoatuaqaL at [De Punlak. induce me;
All flrst-ctr s, rubber-tired vehicles to take the boat up there. making m-e
ana getle horses Phone b4. believe thet I could make great monry
I APo i at the Obtauqua, and on a Friday I
r..ACO... LA. I~"bad the bbat put on a car and taken!
to Lake Chatauqua. I spend. five
I Aft al lalme weeks there, and during that time:
uI~Msli NumlT IoI s took in 1.00. Later I sold the bo-tt
VANCEV HALL, NORTH OF ,A' to a paty at Chodtawhatchee fo.
I . C..,. CO. A...L 'EE $00.00o, eou.rmnating the bargain cn
LLE.E N. C., COOL. HEALTHY, EX- a PridarW The party found another
CULLENT TABLE. ADDRESS i boat that be liked better, and I ared
VANCE'S HALL ALFXANDER. N. C. him for breach of contract, having fl*
2S mep ,ted up the boat as he had required,
and after considerable litigation I
A CARD. won the uivt but my lawyer was th.-
S is. to crt ., only o. at profted by it.
Tr is to certf. "'na all. r; ieg.' "Later I sold twothirds interest in
t a ~hob~se to r f und yo;~r Inlut'. e boat, .e-tbird to two differe-rt
Ske s Bone' a- Tar 1 prti"ea. tt was aaotBhr Friday ard!
e ar OL cough or (t. I h s;,,;s t. after spending considerable time a'i1
L hal. Th ,";,.r a!n. pir.un: money% the matter was very unsatis-i
So A Isu, fr n. a (old. 'Cres la factory, ad I rnally disposed of my!
4fppe cfth and .at pneumonia entire Initrest tm the boat.
4" consmp: ion. n 'ains io opi "The Vrmbhaser left iere for Mobile
4w. T genuin- a yet ow pack- one Frider afternoon, %hen the hurr'-
ef subs::u.s W.' A. .Al- cane alsals were flying from h'
a nere, Druggist and apothecary. Custom m.use. and after eleven days
i buffeting,~ sea ftally w~t ashore on
S e ra .at Southera Hotel or g after M yards sold the
,ms and board. boat to prties in Mobile
.R Thesqe re am o t peculiar in-
cidents a .1 r ember them. At any
UNME 10 CENTS DOZEN rate I S- Im t szions to purchase t8
AT boat am diag aher baek to Pensacj-
SAND RESTAULSO NT.
ANO ALSO


CREAM READ DAILY.
TO THE PUBUC.
IW winl ot be resipomible for an-
e lfegacted by any one in our
'AnW la& manager or otherwise of
h e o omarkets
W5. L, MORGAN & BBRO.
pwr TW at Southern Hotel for
ls and bear&


TO THE TRADE.
On i t o om aitine, we vil
not un to eSi a branch
house ao noweaf Mul ame is re-
voked. We will mM al aoll and
grain i tat from MoMI Ala.
Same O o toward prmpty. d
8s yon fShrs m& e aie.
14sept25. J. F. D3n*, Agt.
~4.


RIGHT


DRESS I


It's easy to sell a suit to a
man that doesn't :a"rW what he
wants. It's the man that doe..
know what he w.nt ad can
never get it. that we're -%oicl"
for.


Jest Meh


YoursefP at H6me.
Take your tim-, o6 through
the stock, pick out what you
think you like best, study It
well. If you can't decide to-
day, come back to-morrow or
whenever it suits You.
If you find goods that suits
you, we'll tell you the price and
make it as low as we can. -*
If you're suited, by; Itf yo'W
not,
No rm o* e,
lEvery man's whaa rMecru -
the utmost busit* ft nect
here.


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we have 11aial -.t I.
always o..esI d oe"
when yob sa rt to

The Star Steam


Laundry.


$7 I.L ariden


Phwe 114.


Ponol mk


TURPENTINE STI .
McMillan Bros. Co.
Manufacturers,
MOBI LE, ArABAMA.


MARKETS

Naval Stre* Market.
Savannah, Ga., Oet. 7.-The naval
stores market closed to-day as t-ol
lowS:
WW ........................5 65
WG .. ... .. ..............5 45
.. .. .. .................4.. 95
S..8.. ..... ............. 4 85
K. .. .. .. .. ... ........... .4 80
S.... .. .. .. .. ......... 4 75
.. .. .. ............... 4 72%
. .. ... .. .. ....... 4 70
B..... . .... .. .. ....... ..4 6730
).... ..... ..... ........... 95
C ...... .. . .. .... ,'. ........8 3 0O
Spirits Turpentine 8% cents.

COTTON
The following cotton 4quotaIions are
reported for The Journal Oaly by C.
Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker,.
Pensaoola,-Fla.:
Doow Middling.. .. .. .. ......9 9-16
"u4et Miolllng.. ..;..........9 7-11
wddling.. .. ..... ............9 5-16
trict Low Mi4dling, .. .. .... 91-16
f.,w Yek*t eations.
New York, Oct.. T.-.The ,following
Ire the ruling cottg~ quotations to-
lay:
Open Cloe
dob'er :.. .. .. .. ..9.0 9.58
Dinber.. .. .. .. ..9.85 9.86
anuary.. .. .. .. -. ..9.96 9.96
Liverpool Qubtations.
Liverpool, Oct. 7.-The following are
he ruling cotton quotations today:
.( .otOpen Close
ct-. .. .. ;:..5.25 5.23j
ov.-Dec .'. ... 6.28 5.271
an.-Feb.. .. .. .. .7..5.34 5.331

PURE OLIVE OIL..

G. MORASSO "6 0. HAVE JUST
ICEIVED.A LABE- CONSIGNMENT
WF PUft ITAi*#N OLUVE OIL
RESH OLIVE 404L-,4 EXCELLENT
OR TABLE USE AND 16 ALSO R EC-
)WME.OEO BY M*AIY SCIENTISTS
O 4TOT MIEbICINAL ACTION UPON
HE SYSTEM.
G. MORASO. & CO,
701 8.-Palafd, St.
FRESH


NEWS


VESSLS IK PRT.
Entered.
Br. as. hstlands, 2001, Thomas from
SL Vlnoeat, oousignea, to F. 0. Howe
Ger. bk. Gesln, 1375, Falk, ftem
Hamburg.-
Nor. bk. uast Craft 1248, Johnsonw
from Dublin to Master.
Nor. bk. Mocco, 1052, Ealitren, from
Liverpool, to Alex Zelius.
Nor. bk. Ebenezer, 771, Quall, from
London.
Itl. ship Trinlto, 1472, Santagule,
from Rio Janerlo to Rosasco Bros.
Nor. ship Ilala, 1248, Andreusen,
from Leith, to Master.
Cleared.
Br. as. Riplingham, Herwith, for
Buenas Ayres.


SteamsIipe.
Harold, Nor ss, 1435, Aos, London.
Br. as. Labelia, Watson, VerraCruz.
Keyser & Co., 1913.
Br. as. Labelia, Palmer, from Vera
Crus, to W. S. Keyser & Co.
shine


Kaiser Ger ship Mar
men to Master.


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rtln 1180, Bre-


I "Time aid Tide Wait for No Man"

n A very old saving, but fuNl of truth, nevertheless.
- t k .i* i hjqtin I*i. to nitv *


As
St p'


e 78 are pass ng you are lett ne t e oppor u y s
away from you to procure a protechn for your wife and
children should the Angel of Death call on you.

A Pay la as Equnatae Protects. Get n to-day.


Fire, ULfe.


Knowles Bros.


Gen'i Agts
Pensacola


PMIT 1ASS.


NEW METHOD LAUNDRY,


No. 8 Wa s I# n& S LC, Pensacola, FIA.


--..

The Union Central Life

bas a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and bIthe
ltterest rate than any company doing business in Florida. i
it should be easy for you to decide the rest.


Dbmrwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen, B. S Williams, Gcneral Agent.
Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
Gloucester to order.
Nor. bk. E J. Spicer, Capt. 'Patter- -
fen, LaGuayra, Keyser & Co., 1268. i
Kosmos, Nor bk, Isak.en. 129 .....27
London. 3EI2 WeA O TXaAL
Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors- 1A r- S u .l
ground to A. Zelius. Iron W orKs and upply o
Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840, o
Rotterdam. Manufacturers and Repairers of
Barkentines. MACHINERY AND BOILERS
Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 2
Ceara, Brazil. STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
onhooners, Prompt attention given to all orders, day or right. Agents :
Dorisa, Am sch. Wilkie. 310 Havana for James McKay & Co.'s coebrated Log and Timber Dog0, also .
Eima, Br sch, Henebery. 299 Hu Chains of all descriptions.
vana. Offle Phone 12L. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. 3:
Hjalmar, Am sch, Axcsen, 55, Key Residence Pone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
West to Gulf Transit Co. UIowl ImeI5W
Geo. May, Davis, ulivere, 554.


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# TERSELY TOLD If Saves the
R BUSINESS LOCALS. *1 1 t av s the

--Dru dgery of Kitche
HeantCrx & Carpenter will furnish ;
estimates on building and painting For most women kitchen
and give personal attention to work. v and cAuses more worry
932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua duties combined. They
streets. by a lot of work that co
SMckCinzie Oerting & Co., wholess)a GAS RANGE FOR
and retail ship chand'ers and grocers, Ask us about o.
the only frst-class bouse of the kind Ask us about one.
in Pensacola. Fair j "es to all.
Why use inferior paper, when you i PENSA COLA
can buy Kelso Bond, F- nch Dimity, ; .. tr.
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.' 27 East Gai-dn Street
Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
Low rates at Southern Hotel for .
rooms and board.


THE PUZZLERS II ', COAL.
Consumers Ice and
u Oi monO i rin oce- Corner Chase and Tarragona.


Wtilt rULLLLU

(Contintred From Page Six.)


- LIME. 10 CENTS DOZEN kel, city; Walter H. Thames, city;
AT' Lucy S waine, city; BFa Swaine, city;
WH4IT'S REKTAURANT. Millie S9wale, city; Susie Parker ca-
Aft,*I'ADSO Ian, city; Irma iDoSilva, Bayshore;
CREAM BREA 'DAILY. Virginia Walker, city; Dan Walker,
city; Beulah Greenhut, city; Stella
MICE, PFESH MOlfLE oYrmeR Roenhardt, city; IPamlin Cross Ran-
..NICK, FREH MOBILE Y'_ T R ney, Century, Fla.; Louisa Lewis, city;
N THE "ALF SHELL AT NICK Harry Porter, Montgomery, Ala.;
POSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY Miriam A. Brgoyne, city.
AY. Malvin 8. Wolff of No. 8 East Strong.
city, who won the dollar last week.
I .writes on the margin of tile puzzle
coupon this week, "Many, many thanks
Draws the Poison for the dollar, but gives No. 4 Edwin
oan's Lifilment, the great antiseptic, Forest."
taws the poison from mosquito bites St. Julien Weinholtz, 14 North De
n4 stings -of all insects. I.t kills yel- Villiers, city, gives No. 4 William
w fever and malarid germs. Endicott."


PUZZLE ANS WER COUPON
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Ainos W at tM Thos It Not

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than all the otwhr household >
are really chained to the kitchen
)uld be avoided by the us. cf a *

COOKING. *


I GAS CO.
Phone 148.





nd WOOD

SFuel Company.
Phone 239.


SCURIOSIY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying your


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We als handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.
We can save you money on everything.


Saunders Mill Company


Offices
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29 East Garden Street,
North Palafox Street.


Phone 717.
Phone 1133.


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McDAVID-HYER COMPANY
SAGENMTS NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
7. SOUT4 PALAFOX STREET. .PHONE 700,


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