The Pensacola journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00752
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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frTHOUSAND nuWU r ,o--- hw t hl F m f 2 WERE MRE
frV f TH U SAND rTaft Said today that the United Stated he declared was reW- to make -och,
|overnment was willing tnt enter te ootract as soon p the tye of the
contracts with corporations or indmvid canal ws dtesi It a under-
_..... o _ _unalsa for the consa.,uctio of any por- stoodth etit is ip a to make con-I Ul
mUd rTi k Ad*= Mh n W tion or all of the Panama Canal, but tracts during the preaminarW work as
there was some doubt in his mind the g& rn.eut had to pro te the 1 i .
whether any concern would be willing constructon until e trials knew AMELIORATION OF QUARANTINE
Sa. 8 3, 8 1 Ato undertake the excavation of the what was to be done. -AN I S
W IT 1ANMSOME BADGE BY By Assorted P By Asslated Pr. Inanty H D WTN r AIL FOR TWO DBATHS W
ON OP ADMIRAL SEM. Washiton Oct. 2.-- a the hta, s., Ot23.- er Con e as toiialy a s m but By A ed Pr ON MONAY-O
twelve mouthed ending JTue 1 3, 1906. g essanM Jer1 7 mpson died early to- later became a --- er andpomPU- NCOURA D A
STALM I PANAMA CANAL 866 persons were killed and 13,783 Wi- let. He was a m w of congress .....
J red as the result of aeldents to day here. He was borne in New Bruns- from 1891 to 1896 tr om 1897 to New Orleans, Oct 23.-Fol- 4 IlXTEN CASES
railroad trains, according to the re wick in March, 1842, began life as a 1899. After he finisbe his congress lowing s the official yellow Speial toTXe eErnaE.
Railroad trains, according to the resailor and followed that calling for 23 social career he moved to Roswell, fever report to 6 p. m: 4 Chi], O. S -- Ola.iG ID ON UNDAY.
Sport of the Interstate Commerce Com- years on the Great Lakes. He served New Mexico, where le e a&ed In New cases 4; total to date Chipe,,. --O S
1. 1 1e. Oct. .-That peace hama mission issued today. In the civil war in the twelfth Illinois uming until his death. 3,365. a negro charged with marderlng two
br victories r o less reoowned than A comparison wh 1904 shows an Deaths 0; total to date 445. 4 nen, J. T. Longino, the white .ar.
a was ever better exemplied New foc and Will Cooper, a negro oit and
Sas the-e eption accorded The reae of eleven kiled and 4,123 n DIPLOM A TIC RE LA TION S- ases e teatt63. setting ire to the st e heollowng is
d s i n smevek, President ni the ployees, the increase in killed' being Aycock Bros. Luger Co, on the mary of the yeH
Uaid iA, daring his two Sours wholly anong passenger while th C AP &- A- Bos O-er 7 i n th s upo toh
y M in t hi storic city of Mobile'number of employees killed shows a, W ILL SOO N B R U M ED other nero convicts wr b t e w aesa.e
decrease of 106. 5Tt to ae
kehli aft*kma. There was general There were 1,231 collisions and 1.535 ... death, and six more ed o 1diy Deaths yesterday
o g f al business houses and derailments, of which 163 collisions By Associated Press. agent n Bulgaria. He is regarded as New Orleans,ct. 3.-The rapid that four subsequent expired, Total death to d
deBeratiom a f evidence and business and 168 derailments affected passen- St. Petersburg, Oct. 23.-It is ex- the highest type of )asslan diplomat, decline in the fever here was fur is expected to die and the other ja Case di5che5
us the lie of arch. ger tramage b t parents pected that diplomatic relations with While secretary th gaton a their manifested todaywith a low r- am reco w arrte bses under t
-ne6 and roadway by these accidents'apan bexWashington M.aoBawahotrowmarriedaOrd of casesre and absence of death
S gg e owd greeted the amounted to $2,410,671. Japan will be resumed In ab.wt l l r m Aarican, Mi Bele. T mo atn aratine cona tive Watts at aAyck B.. g five.
p u rea at and cheer after cheer show I% weeks. The Russian minisTer to Jap During his service nt k Bulgarta,nGaeorhyct inS4ns eflt busr --
Swith what eathusiasm. Children na IA Ahas already selected in the person he rendered efecttve ali= the resee ditos ove many sections of the a bad reputation, hartg killed ae s new
Sa t seraI dieremt places along Si I iXof M. Bakhmetieff, former diplomatic of Miss fll'n M. to. South ha ben a distinct incentive to other negro some time i He ela death was the otc
the a. aiar a ty Srty t ihoeand per- i' lNI A IV the enthshiasm with whit h prepar- trble at MllvilH4 whwfe r it.tio given
i gs b ut dre at o ulatd e L I UU IIII ,tions are being made for the forth- shot into another t e tate Board of
COTTON MARKETPROScoming visit of the president, whose Is thought to be o
T b sWhik the president I services have been of ue tim' s --b-le'.i a H ,ts- oa-e lina ," I
Sag- *EIstr d1ed TAKES A JUMPw IW al bote -h the maeri ofas i n State, i m

.ra tar, eht feet tall y Associated Press. y AesociatePt*o. the hindrance to communication. time that there had b 1
Sgbearit gi his mouth a Now York. Oct. 23.--Considerable Washingto, Oct. t can be relt- Dr. White believes the end is in sight. the skills of Lo io Atelo Pot
r? mmeme ,el, an above UUU\ activity and exr'tomeut attended an erated on the hihmat authority that, were found to have Ml. An. i Pttl,
ml ma mece bell, and above u tvace of abrthirt points n the although convisoed that the proposed TWO NEW CASES IN Cooper was a trt d ot ant seet.
S head wa suspended a white dove cotton market today dueto more or Ango-uban treat distinctly in- NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY on the chain, yet a to thel Pyrits, 100
SoMtag to Its mouth a streamer bear- less general frosts over the .or.therti jurloub to Cubat iatgrests, the W nsh- with the other trustees. u.__ a street.
g the scription "Bles is it.:e pfteale That Hav Departmeltf r t on and .e rts o r et d fl t New Orleans, O6t. 23.- Following T.J. Watts, a wel n Crt e,
i' --,- !(4 crop dmage. The opening was at guwa t- .
Pe aeMaker D.ni mnI Tht ui C.37 against 10.18 on the close Satur- to negotiate such a treaty with Great is the official fever, summary t 6 over the premises Mr. Wtts
The bear was killed in a hunting' WI Re cmme n id M Uc a(y. .January sold up to 10.47. Real- Britain, or with any other foreign na- p. m., Sunday: the pistol belonging to the sgard Be-Ie Johnaon,
e pedle~a by hi. majesty Alexander 1- i4. mng caused some irregularity late in tion. When asked by Cuba for an ex- New cases .. ........ 2 The weapon was cocked showing the street.
S of Rusia i 1857 and was pur- *Be WL e r nw. the day but the market was well sup Pre tion of opinion regarding the pro- Total cases to date ....... 3,i1 man had made an effort to ds4 NellWe Rowland, 8
Saad at a sale by Hon. Hanni-"i ported and closed steady at a net ad- Poaed disadvantages which would ac Deaths ............ .....None himself. A spike maul, such as ret.
ased atnce of between twenty and twenty- crue to the republic under such an a-- Total deaths to date ... .. .. 435 by railroad track men, was toudla ,
Taylr. at one time American emb s- Although there has been consider- three points. The sales today are es-. rangemeat, it was pointed out that it; New Foci ...... .. .. ... 1 the ruins and s supposed to the Allie wwian, 80
Sador to the Spanish court. speculafon as ta whether or not imatea' at five hundred thousand Itldo preclude this country from giv- Cases under treatment .... .. 73 weapon used to crash the lls of tret.
Hom. Oliver J. Semmes, son of the. te speculat.'. ae t. wihlleher loaot liales. Ing to Cuba any further commercial Cases discharged ...... .....2,853 the murdered men. The sereh tor Cora Reed, 512 We
ithe navy departm anit will ever locate; 'concessions. money the metal f of M-tno'I
t Confederate Admiral Rape a large graving dock at the Pensacola. pocket book and other ifdereUb'e n*a
Siemaes, presented the president wii nav yard. t now seems more ce'-- articles known to havy been in the 'The death report
I handsome badge consisting of a tain than ever that some steps toe .- possession of the men s a cceae A tlo orruppl.
bery cross bar of eighteen kara this end may b taken t the next! r--- ** Saw Glasec.. .nt. Another death oc
od bar gold on which wsuspended a ssion of congress. It is the general '" am Jones, a t.sty. he afternoon, which do
..leliption: Blesed .is the Pea e belief that Secretary of the Navy Bon- .built a fire some distance from th* the ofcial bulletin o
er : "esd s the ea aare will make such a rcommenda- stockah, for the re
ke, in ardent replied feelihtotion. Speaking of naval docks an L the absence of J. T or
heM bthe president replied feeling a teAm anly. the points where they should be lo- L o m a w clatms thst the report was comp
The burden of the president catd the Army and Navy Registere saw Glaso enter te gard roo Mr. Cassell, who
I peech was the Panama Canal. H says: T Tf A "1 140. ) At and shortly after heart sonas as fi western action of t
asserted that the canal would be build It is, of course not yet known just 0 A "ti heavy blows. Shortly water he aw corner of Olivia
and that immediately. despite the a what Secretary Bonaparte will recoim- |l -f "/ 'UT h y ev blw Sotyae"r Glas'co rush' ot and hbsapear In the Olv a
men-i to Congress in the way of new HALF A MLU Ga ( darkness then nre ad amoke caI e ree He i
aertioss and insinuation to the car- dry dock construction. It looks as if I FaR. Ak pu resg, then fire doorc days, having been ta
trarv which occasionally appear in Some such item would be included In t300.000 ,,C John Williams, another trusty The Greek who d
public prints. He said he firs favor the departmental estimates in Decem- broke down the door between the rppi, had been ill f
ed the Nicarauga route. but as .n tr. Several civil engineers u on dth Jn J' prisoners and guard room, rushed to ired at his hpme
at navy yards have recommended .~y where the euard was and shook and
as he saw it wan the Panama rou' lks and it is understood that the inB.i Whaled him a raltimes Gen g s o o Belmont and Gu
T ar no aal at all he wen: to work in avy (kpert meant will be informed~ response he t im. 'e other He owned two fruit t
that direction and was determined r. that it will be advantageous to pr x guards returning ahlt this time o street, one t which
bunil the canal and defeat the larc" vide additional docking facilities at S I ? ed in rescuing six men fromlthe buC schd
Pensacola. Boston and Puget Sound ko. ed ing building bs breaking fn a s cased
eomseretal interests which were p and a ry" dock at the naval station poU I ing bAladowing the ena nhe stockade Under On I
posing the project He said the at San Juan. The latter structure so n farther t he o n ofe teguard room Foe r the rst time
-ates would be great ui benefited b,- must be provided sooner or later, but -LAY where it seems the gre started. rm Forthe firt tme
Lt he laterereanic waterway. so far it seems to have bethe he a 5 It is alleged that the guard, Lon-
SThe preBoden will speak at Tuskt policy of (he government to spend aslt-e gino had some difflculty during the under treatment is If
| e tomornw i little money as possible in tha dired- early part of the night with Glassco. dred. For many wee
tion. Greater departmental favor1 having drawn his pistol and ordered under treatment taxes
FA ULU ruuk u has nhown bt, naval station at Guan- him to leave the camp. Thml and the of the city to care f
g PR g g tanamo. but, of course a in time the fact that the two murdered men had
means of locking and repairing ships money in their possession is believed thought, now that the
SH RI P L A A 1 must b)l installed at the San Juan to have been the motive for the reduction, that the i
*itiAfl station. Much depends ion the con-I crime. Longino had $48.10 and Cooper little needed rest. S

SE Associated Pree ermnind atthe sCapitol thbe ext'F. Assisting His Sother. hundred, and the big
S.si|tation is deemed favorable, it is Longino, the dead guard, and number gives muc

Mass Oct *-.-Tbelikel thbe navy department will een
Vanufacturrs Association. a; a mee: recommend a large dock at Pensac-^a only a short time havict come anre
In today to consider h, request o0 "an .another at Pget So und. These to assist his brother, J. T. Longin, Sunday's Ne
lex le opwratives for a 'wevlv and are considered the most importan- 0 -l one of the convicts, pay his fne, and
ore-half per cent advance in wages .yards where docks should be next au--- get his release from confinement. teen new
toted to advance to the original pla orize T Longino although a convict was unday. They were
to* grant a 5 per cent increase in wag iz 6 doing guard duty and had only a John Creser, anei
and a profit sharirr. plan based u;pon short time to serve. With the aniH Susan Barge, colo
"the monthly market conditions which MtISS DflR QF IFlT his brother had earned they were go-. Hoital
It is asserted. would bring the total' OO M SJUOO S VLL ing to buy off the balance of his se Belle ralels, 611
icrease to thirteen per cent- tence.
A C JO FDAJSPIPtI B Glassco, was given a preliminary street.
COUNTY JAIL WAS GIVEN A S AN Fi R ISCO hearing before Judge E. P. Melvn "Chas. Steele, 121 N
THOROUGH FUMIGATION and was remanded to jall without Agnes Daniels, 121
S/ bail as was Sam Jones, the principal Leon B. Nobles, 4
The county jail was given a thor- By Associated Pre. witness for the state. It Is tbogt sreet.
oubh fumiration yesterday. Th.e an Francisco. Oct. 23.-The Paci- that Glassco and Jones conspired to Prak Parlse, 531
WOrk was commenced :n ihe after- fic mail steamer company's liner Sibe do the killing, Jones to kep watch street.
moon. and all of the prisoners were ria arrived here today direct fror. outside while Glassco did the work. Pred Pyrtts, 100
inarched into the jail yard where thev )'(o,hnma in the record breaking time t At any rate they will not only ave Blaua eet.
were kept under strict surveillance of ten days. ten hours and twenty-' to answer f the murder t.-two l l Uly kDow"lg 207
during the two hours that it required egh: minutes. Among the disin- but forof ae and po trt
to give the jail a thorough fumigation uish.d passengers aboard were Miss ten. IMia Mira atvert,
Thsw he:,i upon the charge of m-:r.'- : c' l:,: v'r: ar sev-,ral other, It is believed that the formaf s trt.
der and other serious offenses were ,-en I r- *h. ner p?-*:. Miss Rwose ILLUSTRATED LIFE INSURANCE TETIMONY. the boarding house on the night N. C. Moore, over
dcuffed during the time they were di no stop. but ef immediaeiy THIS, GENTLE AND TIMID A R, I ONLY A IHOT ON PAY-DAY AT ONE OF OUR GREAT October 8 was stigat by the
ate jauya. for Washington. INSURANCE COMPAN1in parties. .(Cgt-- 1






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ow fever situs-
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of fever and "I record at the
out I"t night by
Health. The day
a the maber eC
when there wfse

ported up to bat
e, 400 West hnt
South Florida
413 Balmfmae-
414 Bst Main
06 West Gregory
4 West Gregory
et Wright street.
d was:
curred yesterday
es not appear nla
f the State Board
ason that it had
the officials when
tied. The person
resided in the
he city, near the
and Zarragoea
m sick for some
ken ill last week.
lied, Angelo Cor-
or five obys. He
near the corner
illemarde streets.
stands on Palafox
he had just purz
in many weeks
of yellow fever
ss than one hun-
ks past the cases
id the physicians
or them, but it is
re has been a big
actors will get a
several times the
as high as two
reduction in the
h encouragement

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* were reported
as follows:
urgency HospitaL
red, Emergeem
East BekoRmo
forth A. street.
North A street.
South DeVliers
ast Zarrangoes
Sooth FlorMa
North DeVYDUra
U32 Bst Govear
OitssW Bek.
age Sntag,~

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you furnish good plumbing and am-
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t's dull at home. I must
things up.

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a I'll take a walk
e going to bed.

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2. MRS. SNOOKS-Listen, John; I have
bought a lot of popular coon songs I'll sing
'them for you. "My Creole B-a--a-by," etc

DOW (as Snooks rushes hastily up the
steps)-Hello, he.e enee Snook*. Now we
can have a little game of "draw."

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A matter of some importance is the adtad -aS ow-a 1The appeal for aWl to assist in caring,
agitation of citizens of the Indian: aw m a per.m tor the yeli~w fevet suerers in Pen-
..;.-. will E Rer tn T o roots otheyeli6wlf~_ ierers In Pen-
MI ga e as will p River section for improvements to b, sscasegtUg7rsAeep
- p .|l tM B ta-t of aia COsts made at St. Lucie inlet in order t.iit 1 coayi th meeting dM response, espe-
t $1. Te best quality o a harbor may be secured, and while iAtinm 3.. a neiy I the towas to PensaooL A
fte over me eup for the this subject so deeply appeals to I (-. i -n gwe.- we The Arm of D. T. Williams & Co. has t l .Ci ltl II
gd. ,residents of that region, it should al- d: -dk s ase of Min contributed the sBa of $12.50 to the
s e we a e surprise so pove Interesting to people on this alles t PURE W rH. se
pe wft a f mand we have aide tof the State, says the Arcadia KEY a Ar. Wbas Yo relief fund, and aooaonanying same
amem tAOW News bawr HATYR W HIS. i s the fSollowing letter: d
Te- I s eme for Way- Should such harbor be made It *_ drESeas t" Milton. I7a, Oct. 21, 1905.
e t eaztisg era trom gettlg would offer inducement in the future mb.a, yeo psudet hif Mttr Peaoola Joeral. A J
-w bwbm they oma get aa Over- to railway builders to run a line of prt ead mh ye th e we enclose yeou our check for S
St is aM tC oat sr road across the State, probably from deale prot. cAY- twelve and 5-100 dollar, and will
STampa to the new port, with such IWR wlS"kY "s pI@ thank you to place it in proper hands.
S- branches as may seem necessary to il d to be used in the yellow fever relief
Used hi by e if a milm
S___ the builders for proftable trade. Sid esbt. wlls why T t nd
S-U mf l aA railway traversing the proposed try i We are very thanktl to the city
route would quickly open a fertile Wa-S OU Rasno r a, o authorities of FPns ola, also Dr. Por-
Sroute or shipment of phosphate, tn'l NLT."M. "Mt --6 the y allow fever ftrm spreading and
oTr Ccand na stores. TO s: o Ir1 W .trULo1. reachIng our little town. We hope
S- ---- --is-- rThe Cocoa News says:. .. that the disease wil onon be under en-
This editor is informed that the tire control.
coral reef outside this inlet, which his sI -W SS,-e-b iYoua truly,
aI W f depth of six feet of water at low I-Bomr. Ter, 0. 0 M ul ai.i.4 D. T. WALLAMS C 00. W0..V.%
al l A i tide is really the only obstacle In the o --3 O N .0...M0L PI .1
SiGan way of having deep water; for out- lFm7I a Penseellan.
f L side this reef there is an abrupt ta , o B. L. mderbheler, who is now in
-t-- o forty feet depth and if an op_ New York, has seat his -heek for $5
could be dynamited through theO c II to The Joural to be tgaed over to the
m i a& al reef just opposite the inlet th ot.e it* rea rer of tt omlttee. In the no K no
.~ W Wr flowing current would soon sc I our ll letter he says:
e a1 i5 S l P sand to the depth of the reef bottl. I L II U New York, Qct. 20, 1906.
,s fl nItf Oi this doing away with the inece it u lor Pensacola Journal. l, t lle F
'It seems practicable to msecre an lLI 1 l or the ever relief fund. _
-,,AR fO L D ,expert and su'llcent dynamite to l iri I incerely hoe that the fever t-
TERSL 'Y TOLD. blow an opening of one hundred feet UL. I o11 will be O. Ka al few days. a tV 0F orPU. a o s% r
L bMo n o orwidth and twenty to thirty feet dep By receding yr paper every day Attone eral under Presidents gra .
in that coral reef that lies across t"e AI am kept well posted as to the true Mexialy and Rooe vit, i very nemuora A man o
IL mnemresent inlet an make ant c ondtion of thin la Pensacola. T mtion t historic because the m t

ty laft ht B4 wabs in the beert o will probabesen pire e d cmessful ak eapermnent hah ws ae De 2o5I tatfaaea e o Pe
atrasabenceofseveralHopingthat everythi will turn
Sdeep entrance there. 0i0. M r0lig. &, turn ,t t6 1 -7 t ,- armoy ral
SConc engtrated action among the In-o u t all right. im sd by ora Cc t t llatr mim res .a u

J impotans t in le in he appro nation Cfla W Hil Be Rec eie d--0 P'sf. is'S? o benJ '
045w O N.J. t. whoa dan River people aSdd aestrongpeVursver ae tto tt. u vertr. alleof ti
wa M beings sick 'was onf tuition to Congressman Frank Clark B . GUrtSH MkmR the o or anh ithy l aret ad- afM
'T* CIHV,. Twest and ofA Judcious Inqu i.* thet t suretaiit *j *
t ys was in the but ofwill probab hle prove succestul in se-Cap M o. a the nbro a
de wth who are now ho askei for a cough medic, established near McDavid ore Sick headache caused by a dis color is row the *et ot ep
.ment engineers and including t- r lwred onditio of thke stomach and pillars amPensac te 1 read e
ta.nmt. uSt ,an who was one gam tt imvriabnt ofeinntea vpam.- we be thinb of the pit after Octo- Or thi. et Y nwa s the hs es. nerall
& u at ad am aIoan"fo_,. _p-. ,itof thatb he" lm o Beef Tva
Sof froa ld s Cough Idy. The reason er so far as reyugeea stockholders, has r. t re. tha esu .
a yelHow fever, was ableno.nto b ep thes tt ty healthy s no fm Pa ae cd it no
ee y W. C. ji ds. of rthe Cham- A we all known traveling man who e INTERNATIO L YeterayLATORS orers na throl ia e Chll
Sl its the drug tr says not e least oaenger btre issued t. receive no mor efThtr t lator ad ta o.Ifr t. trnre .t aw
Tew tsrd of W. Meriwetherd n giving it, n or ecughsa Coldas afB sloping lawn two hundred said. utti d r
e a peed to sere him upon a few he al druggists. nqui onre of cusOctober 3tomer Camp 1rr the detention C comlet govern

eetewa agnlee He had been ill with Owing to the fact that the fever i meIt ntct eor several of its pat- otne to oti
4s wkw ith family who are now who aske .f for acough medicine, established near MeDavid for the yel The Internatij-Aplslhqator. and moon is yellhae trof shgl, ypOifetr" pe0
te weeer rItr the pst th ewe wes Onted for- cd or o fever refugees from Piand that -ered .he. .a. rb. e .efTe .the sh snt h

AM. Je. Betd deSi r. wth o wasextend AT LAST RECOVERED chld a be thie n o the pastater Octo- aore e e bfo th e Depat As ror a tP ant"t o
ade t 'e rectok of yFelowreman The bods of a nesro boy. which hai- s i bandon te camp used on b gs in hat departme i. ica at whui .c Af _ame trodis .m
4" w s .o suffered from a mild at -bvr ,rfis Cough Remedy. The reason ser1.In fac to f1 a r ug eekflU. a a oe ron-s tr-" s mof the house.
p of yellow fever, was ablof the to be, fork thi n searched for duringow there is no from Pensacola are concerned oit I o r e at n feet two nn srorlte neu as

dree at her boae, when it ws fumh- Oays n mbia thfi etsthathsefstor dre tu d meter, w oth .etlatat- eonoeno Ht. J...twu heel
te eve Irtht*dayst. e waswarm-anger from i a nd that it alway longer onthel Ystin e rola ad toe rs th.fa l thrn oa t

Si r by companion who is now r e, a t Ventilator line ivi ra- acrince than a ti carp.
r he ril m eds11 cures. Theo e s n th e least danger ere Issued to re lceive no moy a the t he r t iiaO a Lnt a et rtor andttm it
-i* fr .tendMr.ae at1W R. her aepcmpdlbii(he IngiterInn*fronl'scldtpdt ,eo .lad, aJ erre dianer

o a v to e ieta o fest reowf .pt s was recovered near the .As there seemed to be little necDs- e c topr Comandyce, d w idth boerta Inter o rte te
hae idsf re. 'Re dmerih was ptt g rv g it anas suppose d the smur eal s ooe the dete t saoan hch C le a d bthe t boosrtoe a The

ho deere eg oattark b o loeeloff e- o is o am iterusurssd.aor his co- aTe Stb r W o n s
eA plleased h tcrre at tho Ture al druggists. pe now n cm wil remain there thre ct, ih artsmouth*e aa goe n-opm n the "& ne orteftod yt

eatoes el West Earragossa street yes- There was a certain old New Pn reulred seven ts and then be given -........... entrenchments were d It a onf 3t
aree again. He had been ilt l with Owing to the fact that the fever ment onrouct for several of its pat- e th flist of hopa to the Contiet
entvntilaorave n ed- Knox stows
lthe eer for the aste weeks. BODY oPP o One y that BOY. nti haid the place o and these wi be releasan d that boena de o u t da k wh lm s S
tmi ted with no damage r been n t tliveredon. "Only upon t da tat t close. the navy yard ft. noa rm s .lt
a 3one. eadivd dlr wasn tae cn ina Lurbh counted fhav ew person were wotr r a t v d t Torl ee ocanti
AsC R aTd I Pes Froem al- t(lflt ofthis trickO" he fsnomnia and Indiget fardn ventilators were built for the Depart- task Iss o a

ude wr he .ervets fa qua reman The bod of a m f net rh owned up to ervht and tecered o bnost exrciatin mpl in th tie l at I w~:-lA

r ie day belowr proceeding to the' bei tihew epoit ~nd asked: owr: uains for three hours after each meal. --- d on buldins Intha departmeiAi. u
acres the cllc From Mobile sthe d o k Iwork been searched th man I did I was troubled this way for durinthree y a enThe wl one psator r teo h rta -D
S a er oe, when t was f-you said only on river, was foud e tomaconth nd liver Tablets, and re ter, with ventilator olesforty- kill at e
Berke BrT. weeh to express their dane boy ist alleged was the reply eiedon Banks. The number of per- c John t
batde tmirderhed and then th~a lrown into s who left the city was n otd as -oes not Irn.n hat ,o of prer ~
e r department was called out the river by a omanion whoIs no large as was anticpaed, and yester- tion which the output of this plant in votlon. holler s ft w -
ttda morlUg about 11:30 o'clock hl the n :, the ar day there were les than sixty at the the vetilator line is giving i f; ,rap- Wahlnrtim left his osic at
poved to be at No West Zarrag T : h A there seemed to bl c ent into prominence, and the govern- went Inarto.wn ter quaten at
S ,where the cimney had be- ..sie o conducting the camp the M a- en jus t .de. ..ed wis .ev without shoe. and the frden gs ud
4'me de etlm. tie damage wand er had o .....rr ni-, ihi= --ne Hospital '-s-erv'ice ordered" that ewtth trbdUote.
gto er n' aclos Of coureall of the mIe ervin f placn his tactical sagacity of Washington Indicate

required seven s and then be given cainse were built fOr tbhe trops a
m oae a W s om ortheo I rt yefsca- 'ft n ca ni n old w 1o n g thei cert c u t in ore c los e and drear Wnora Vmt t1';3phJUle at m
fird" aj .orn ing._One orthe artlfiia ise Sirgto- who bd blunt ayof theamp on the last dao ......e.. moth The rat wit h anc w oow
palm Us s~tanding In the e g-mtu, rllht a*tn the ltom ofthins ... n.o me refu ..ee s will be rew icehed wa not. h- The treatiyed wmlln Mao 1719. gh# etheol as s
.u. ks, ppo-rteed- frtm talight Wit h iI -orirn ntir Je n o "o, ()gy seven went out yesterday to the first xle tm of hole to the Contlnentsj 141mg
ih breaches The lase ws icks- "' the pulpit one Thy that a button had the place, and these will be released ______________________________ almo: of joy tow cawaederh amon reeter I
astiagulllbd wir'th no damage. ben 'd inq t!he collection. On Ualy upon the day that it closes. torl st h bin d h t Vail. ,aley -]t -rt
on in vi---l . t.e.. ... -,. d -- tha t tf rnwinea vd the er i ca nn a
alsliea 'tlimes:lFrom Aps s- ilty f t trc k." he sraid 'and Insomnia and Indigestion Cured. GET TN Eelvn offlrl i .llke P.l_ 'kL t"ita no d La- Whf.
. .. ru a "h "g'es n I mhil th___ ________r________ e ,ort aste w or wthe celtr ns ot .
fe P- a a dischargos her ear-- (bou wit a c oin" to onstion. I coud notr sleve attk OPNreDUmTF EtE wrie~ ..a..wsr ot g t
WIde, w she serves a quarantine oft .a .~mhmer of the ebUh owned up to r.'ght and suffered mort erxcuceating de hall. from 'sii F' r e." Km

tor's gr tn a vi at eae; Ms It ca

* r ,ceeleace of the work done at eame button op the plate." For sale b- al druggists.
their place of business Sunday. whenPy-te Birtplace ONLY SEVEN NEW
the paemwas fumigated. They do no' Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace pN There
te W e sas fpero can have cause of prompt delivery. Open all night have less
to complain. bt on the other hand he- PUBLIC OffER. phofl 1100 CASES Of fi EV R Mc hi
Wrre they should be thankful that their rearklab
aces re rid of moequHioes, lies and O h a .... rn _W S asl am n
eri hsets TO ALL PERSONS IN PENSACOLA f" was generally supEposet during hb (Coninue From F ta
WHO WISH TO ACCEPT lifetime that Pagantni had more r- t (Continued om F Irst Page. huor
The wealthy demand Blue Ribb n t Card for bank notes than or m icl n t
LeMM and Vanilla Extracts because Are you thin? Do you require more notes-thatr in f o te wasa Earle Bell, 30 Bst Romans street quite ape
fleY am the "best ever made." flesh to be really well and strong?. otes-t0t, in Bcet Wright street. times
Other se them because only half To everY sach person n Pensacola selh mler. It is true that, as a al W
a.._ .- hewasveryeharywithhismmmWet Za s mi
the quaatly is required and the fa- we mae the following offer: Com- as very c hary with his money (h street s i
or is p~tect. mence at once a c ure of treatment died worth $500,000), but that he ws F. C. West, corner of Main an It dotm
with Vinol. our cod liver oil prepara- also occasionally generous is amply S A ..M t ...OF .. cams sttret :ee b
Nr tit Filed. tion. without oil, and If after you proved by several incidents In his ca- AS A MATER OF PRO .- AL e 51 Nrth 'th avenue.an 1
The fobowing new suit was filed have taken what we consider enough reer. One of his last concerts was giv TION ALSO PROTECT YOUR- VThe O ai beafh m l
yesterday in the omoe of the clerk of to restore your normal weight, and it en at Turin for the benefit of the poor. Joseph teele, Wo h1 ed Sunday, tr
the circt court: has not succeeded. we will pay for He gave Berlios, the great French corm ELF AND FAMILY FROM was semen years of age. He was taken ~ y
c Apostle vs. Prank Hanritonand all the Vinol you have taken. poser, the large sum of 0,000 t h.ne ll bout Bfve days before his death. ter, a ld
Those. F. Brtson damages $1.0WO; A prominent New York physician simply as a mark of admiration for the THE MOSQUITOES AND YEL- and It was soon ditseoered that he had tlm.-m-l_
Blomat & Bomat, attorneys for plain- recently said, I am convinced that latter's "Sympbonle Fntastaique" But LOW EVERIL very severe attack. He was taken
tif, the best way to gain good, abMid, arm better than this was the manner at his wth black vom on o occasion,
fiesh is to take Vinol. for In It you get?
Sme Semesmahse Advie. a ll t Vnour ve, _t e -makg beftkending a little Itsaian whom L ph and rit was fe e.4 that he would e-
019M Se---be Advice. all the curative, fsh-maag and, pire then, but exeient treatment and
It may be a piece of superfuous ad- swength--reatlng properies ubotain- found playing on the streets of Vienna. nursing av lR m these ocs s.
vse to urge people at this season of ed in that grand old remedy, od The boy -conided to hlm that he" ads DA dr- Susnday, however the end arrived oand l W
the year to lay In a supply of Chamber- liver oil. without the nauseating oil ported his stck mother by his playg WI relieved hi- suteringa. Re was the C h1a1M IM
eint's O6ug Remedy. It is almost itself. It is delicious, and the weak-1 tod that he had come from the other son of Mr. an Mrs. Wilam .teele St ( wl
re to be -4ded- before winter Is est stomach can retail it. "n peo- side of the Alps. Pagani i was to t who have the sypathy of the coa
ver., d mu ch more prompt and- sat pie ae usually weak and ail ng anud d at once. He literally emptied M W t mnnity in their sad mberavement. Th e i h
1~kIactory. retS are obtained when Vinol is what they need." pockets into the lad's hand ad, 4xtaklls -- n funeral series were conducted yes-. rf e
taketas am as a cet is coatracte Vinol acts Arst apon the stomach, his poor instrument fr r him, began rI llO L I treday morning. m wme
and before it ha become settled In the creates an appetite for good. whole- "the most grotesque and extraordinary a y
Fste. whA oa nly be dome bysome fooa. strengthens and toa e up prfrmse pl sible." Presently WILL DO IT. A QUARAITEED MICr OR PLE W hE

b.eping th remedy at had. This the digestive Organs. Rich, red blood: was quite a crowd around the -W-m -- Ftchia5F Mt i. ---- f
medy is so widely known and so al- is sent coursing through every =vein, ar nd agnil-Itn. oe 0l"li hist 1" pan ProtrB 97 1ant h
tether good that no one should hesi- ir flSesh is created whe-ver it tis Pair- ad Psenn cocl t h SPils Dr5si-to an A to r. bg am*
tto about buyeig it in preference to, needed, and emaciated fgurea, hollow went arwnd with the hat. A pla tld An tofaeo it iaPYWaT fLb It ald01
may ther. It is for sale by all drug heeks aa sunken eyes are so al t the result. a I to er to U. mr
seft. thing of the past. handing this to the boy Paganbl vwami ba do r
NeMaIm' Pharmacy-me Wirthplace very thin person In in mcaaoota ed ff with his companion, reamrks d 5rgstamd ApeLMsry Hea. s Pafmsrp-.sh. tro el -ase ody1fl
ON propt dLvery. Open all might. should try Vool on oar guarantee." i hope I hare done good tura to he a 10 Palg.o atr at pdo ta derary. 0s al .i as
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g in mawg agg e IU iwasI ta 1u4 1t1 I t i. h asei thi
Duval cmaty pmtcke, -having en though
elected as a dele gte mea r ll to tical
a county o invention. I a Demo- Sam F
T URNA C, critic to the core, and my only reasm
for being one at that time was that In't
NA = 16 a h - my father was a Democrat and my clamor
grandfather on my mother's sid was crowds
known as the leading "Dimmicrat" la Roosev
SJ A T PR S Hopkins county, Kentucky. .ah in
I had yelled my elf hoarse at Han- Jackso
Scock and iglish rallies, and had ar- cent w
S --r:ed a torchlight when Luke Black- scarred
burn was elected governor of my W-- verites
So .... r***-** tive state. With such a record I weloom
k 3 ..,-... 5 O wI .W.. ... U thought myself one of the best Demo enough
S lm- 1 *c Wo r s o rats in the country. I knew nothing ay we
then of the tariff and cared less. I A unio
Sap Mf t M sm a e--e only knew that some of the Republica A un
schoolmates of mine were called "Un- A unlo
colnites" and that in return they called A gk
.V P SM MOLA 111 PAP 1 P01 1WH 4ION A D"TAILO. me a "rebel."
O HULATIO SMTATUE ET @AN 6 SS1CU j RE As I grew in knowledge I talked' Presl
/ more about the principles of the party tically
and when I entered the old Freedman's the gre
.B*l ,v t a.... Bank building as a LaVdila delegate I Board
=11 X&. 3 felt as important as any man in the of Trl
convention hall. for him
PMWSAOOLA, tlO)IDA, TUSD AY MORNING. OCTOBER 24, 1905 Deeply Impress the wae
2-_ There were numerous speeches, and I did
I led in the applause, but the one that leg and
---i--- ------ was "understood to have made his impressed me the most was one made Ident.
S WHERE IT I0 TO E FOUND. 9 way through the country from Pensa- by Goode Fleming, who fairly scraped Trade
SWHEEcola to escape quarantine" turns out the vaulted skies with his eloquence, self in
The Pesacla Jo s on to be a myth. It is ocially stated He spoke of Socrates and Plato and of "I wi
i Pams I n S to be a myth. It i ly Xeonophon and Homer. He jumped Roosev
se at tlh following places that the party in question was not into Roman mythology and spoke of have to
t s cLty: !suffering from the disease. It would Romulus, Saturnalia, Diana and Her- tical vi
*-caC0 *oo M gsag be I4teresting to know just how the cules. I never knew what application is even
V D t"n s dI Montgomery Advertiser's special cot- he made of them nor did the other del- the old
O r, Seek Se. l respondent secured so much minfor- gates, but the general verdict was
Omen hek ael. respondent secured so much "Inform- that it was the best speech John Hart- Capta
oi HOWL4 ation" about the matter and who orig- ridge ever wrote, and the reason he and pu
S --n' oSeek Wmm finally charged the case up to thi didn't deliver it himself was because crowd 1
a Wasaid leo Cis Paror. Deep Water City. he was unexpectedly called out of the ium, wt
S" p < city. with a
wa Ies The s ial a Goode FPlaMmng, however, covered fore we
e S. e Tof Charlie Jonesi of the Jcksonil he e himself with glory and perspiration, ner said
of Charlie Jones, of the Jacksonvile and towards the end of his address he "Mr.
Metropolis, which now, embellish the came down to my level and spoke un- The
e v Satarday Edition fithat excellent derstandingly. Among his flights of those te
li s11164 ofpaper, constitute some of the very eloquence he exclaimed: eus by
Srint in Flori "I was rocked in a cradle of Demo- hand, s
i m a best stauf ever printed In a Florida cracy. I receive' my first nourish- "Dee-1
S. i the Call .. issuednewpaper. Mr. Jones's write-up of meant that flowed from a Democratic The i
t view a the eal recent imea the board of trade luncheon to Presi- breast." in the
br a Iatl t cfeea ce to b1 dent Roosevelt was exceptionally The Picketts, Plummers, Hartleys were pi
St ata Isga ebr ad clever and stamps him as an artt and others led in applauding this dee- how, a
e- Ialse amumat of esm-met up-l or and stha" hm ne anTh article lration, and getting enthused I ex- went tl
Sn more things than one. The article claimed: fcre he
Stwas i llustra-ted by the Metropolis "That's me, Goode." "I'm
h em -m threb t be omm-ca tooist, E. F. Mack. and the illus This introduction into politics lent where's
US hro the colaus o the thila- enchantment, and I began to take a "M-u-,
Sy i ato added greatly to its interet particular interest in political affairs, what M
sta: The Suprteme Court of Wiscon I remembered Goode Fleming's excuse phy, Ji
tThe Supreme Court ofS Wisconsin for being a Democrat, and I repeatedly of other
awt Lg the year t June 30, recently held, in the case of Aebi vs. told of my own Democratic cradle and follower
INS. a zimatdy l o aliens
M t.sd the Uia ts4d tes, uas .B svlle, that a bank which accept- my Democratic nourishment.
ar t 812,70. ia the preceding ed a check on deposit with the depos- While I figured more or less in local Plaair
twelvemod8,70. 1, the 9 8dit e a check on deposit withithe depoI- political affairs, I did not go exceed- pocket,
twee months aad 8,M Ia 1i0-. tor's endorsement discharged the in- angly wild until in 1896, when William small
lew, the chief trouble Is that this dorser from liability thereon by fall- Jennings Bryan, In the National Con- looking
@ust horde of newomers do not go
Sthde of elns, ndo not gom ing to notify him of its non-payment mention in Chicago, in addressing hia Murphy.
terig eaters of the West ad Soth for nearly a month, notwithstanding remarks to the master delegates. "You
among other things. said: dent, "m
were they are needed, but remain that it was lost in the mail when fo- ""ou shall not press down upon me at t
S the maw desely populated 'c- warded for collection, and that the the brow of labor this crown of thorns, the Car
tes of the country, dIsplaciag other bank waited in the hope that it would You shall not crucify mankind upon a to come
labor and acreasing the Ieas of coss of gold." tn, a
the industrial competition. I the reach ts destination. Cross of gold" tion,
yNcThe Silver Giee Club. come
ysar 1W44 New York received mere These words skinned oode Flem- aptai
t Ct a qu _tm of a smt f of the tea- Mir pSiadent is new bound north e words skincd Goode Fem- captain
u ; M ya 4 1t; Nw to ot hisecond wind before on king's utterance a mile. They deeply come t&,
amty p4 usy, an l 146, 4o1 in t ov t thi New Orleans stcore impressed me, and I organized a glee he espet

sat and near Wet el1fllrly 3 larg11..11 .g._0g. : :........ Kentucky with the "Boy Orator." I I sa.
abers. ixty 4oar r trt of the could not sing, but my club could, and ned for
w nole member were bound for NewKn
th le ma ylvaaber wela, t asnd for TO NELL IN A GALLOP. I managed it successfully. There were I saw Se
Teet. P lvasla,eItas ad s *0 T sixteen singers not including myself- Trade,
SM reh tts. Aside tfromh the msal Manatee Record 16 to 1. We rode from town to town Smith h
ses created by thi s lre anaal-aat R on sixteen white horses and one yel- to the P
Sdo which daner to the- low nag, whIch I used-16 to 1 again, ing him
Ks into which they amtQuo -d ..Of course I was enthusiastic and be- of reveal
te character of empt9nynt which This editor went to church last Sun- fore the multitudes at the Bryan meet- ments I
absorbs these people almat inteto-aday night, not that he hasn't been to Ings the glee club sang, to the tune of Mr. 'nmi
My precludes aky adsvance l the .-rcuh before, but candor compels Ub the "Old Oaken Bucket." "This is
8eale of living. ThW e ored to admit that it was the first time in "The old silver dollar, the Bland liver "Ah,
to sanitary and degraded lives and many moons that his manly (?) form abllar, glad to *
to a racial tsolatka whick Ia grow- had darkened the main entrance of The dear silver dollar, that daddy loved Ireland
nag danger to the atin-l well-beo the tabernacle of God. The sermon well." Mr. S:
Ig9. was a good one, but if things are as The people, it seemed, could not get utterance
T New Orlas ta la in o d as the preacher pictured them enough of this song, but occasionally, ent in tl
11111 ,apa the St -a ---ae th- is old world has certainly forsaken to break the monotony, the club sang: ent caus
3aU UO the ui m _*n, q (a N and is on the road to hell in a "Upon the Southern plain there comes The n
it general. following the repro- sweeping gallop, the signal strain board w
deetkl of The Ledger's article, aay: The preacher was not the regular Of loyalty, loyalty, loyalty to Bryan, him talk
The e aort of the Bana of Ia- local expounder of God's truths, and The music rolls along, the earth takes the folly
mrta show that the bak or the while he is a great and good man, up the song bers of i
a.esit algr.ats are Huarlana, we ae loath to believe the picture Of loyalty, loyalty, loyalty to Bryan." N
am ad trlans. wimn It as dark as he painted it. However. Somewhat Recovered. It wai
Sees discovered that a large per are r going out again next Sunday Well, in November pof that year I things 0t
e had been inmates o penal and hear what the pastor has to say got most beautifully over t, but I tion of
Sreformatory mtltationas, while about the crowded condition of Hades. could never forget that cross of gold informal
inmrty all of them were illiterates and and crown of thorns racket When I brought
et a few had followed skilled ocou- *' ***Xgs :t*:**... saw all of my friends rushing to Cleve- Nolan, b
gtisoms. This is snciaent to cau e land's "safe and sane" brand of Dem-
the tiigration qrestiona to be con- "Things not apparent are 9 ocracy I preferred to stand' firm. I
sidered seriouslv aad to point the wis- O considered as non-existent."- 4 had read too many silver arguments Tlr sI
don of adopting more rigid measures Maxim of Latin Law. and heard too many Bryan speeches
o eap such ndesrable people ost to "fly the coop," even when the lead-
of the country.. Something will have e THE '"LIG OF A STORE, 4 erm were shouting for the faithful to
to be dee in the way of deciding up "HIDDOEN UNDER A BUSHEL," 4 fall in line for Parker and Davis.
- tests of fitness, ad to hold the .. Why I Hesitated. m
team, hip companies to a strict ac- o Cease to be a Light at all # IJttle wonder, therefore, that I fail-
oatabillty for the character of the . --1 ed to enthuse when Capt. Garner, of
-migrants that land in America by t' Publicity, which is the light 4 the Board of Trade informed me that
their dragnet system. This can be of a store, should not be snuff- 4 President Roosevelt would be in the
made very unprofitable to the cornm- ed out now and then. Some 4 city today. Little wonder that I hesi-

Penise and they will quickly abandon merchants think that to keep tatea' when the genial captain said:
the system to the end of securing a this light always burning costs "Jones, I want you to meet Teddy
tdcdedrl better and more desirable too much-but, for that matter, # I saw him in Washington, and he's all
class of immigrants. i do many other things cost O to the good. I am especially anxious
eC too much. t, for you to meet him. He is the chief
Cstleberry. Ala.. a small town on For example: Your store -Z executive of this great country, and if
the L. & N. Railroad near Flomaton. rent is toc high-when your 'ou will have a chat with him you will
ha a few cases of yellow fever. The business is good; you have too b.ecomb more conservative along politi- The fo
infection was traced to Pensacola.- *. many clerks-for a dull day. cal lines." sacola J
Apalacola Times A Yet these things don't worry A I still declined to enthuse. day durt
Apalchola mes. you for a moment when things The President Admired. 1905, wit
There has never been a direct as- %, are moving, everybody busy or In common with all other Southern copies dl
carton that Pensacola was responsi- overworked--especially your 'j Democrats I admired the President, Sept. 1
be for the infection at Castleberry ~- cashlers-and when you wish and when ex-Gov. Jennings a few days 'ept. 2
nd it is extremely dobtuld if such yo had more room, more # ago, at the national convention of Sept. 3
n thd e eas A rattled-rifned oi clerks. more stock! bankers, praised him, I said in my ept. 4
Sthe cae A rattle-brained Of c rse you never had one w heart, "Me, too." Sept 5
respondent is responsible for the X- of those tbusy days that was not I I G'id not get worked up until this Sept. 6
tstement that "-it was presumed to *- the result of aggressive adver- 4 r.orning. when I saw hundreds of my Sept. 7
have come from Pensacola," but evi-i rising, And you never had a i old Democratic friends rushing madly sept. 8
e to that effect P entc l t eIue tra'Ce-day that did not fol- through the crowded streets to get a Sept. 9
dence to that effect is entirely la- low a practical biding of the glimpse of the President. These old Sept 10
12g. *- publicity light j friends had. like myself, talked about S pt. 11
"ENTERPR SE IN SPOTS" the "cross of golo'and crown of thorns." spt. 12
The government is ready to enter 4 yields, at best, only spots of 4 They had, like Goode Fleming, been Sept. 13
Sato contracts for excavating the prtoperity. A steadily "store- I" "rocked in the create of democracy." fpt. 14
Pamma Canal as soon as the type light" of increasing candle- -' and someof'em are still in their pol- aSpt. 15
of cal is d mind. As te power (inches of space used t itical swaddling clothes. Total
Scanal is determined. As the daily), wth the "anuffers" and When I saw J. M. Barra, Doc Dacy Aver
erament has been wrestling with this the "buhels" sent to the celar 4 and other old-time Demoorts going 1 here
proposition for a considerable period -and store-growth and expan- 4 frantic over tie President Icould hold meant is
already, the outlook seems anything sion will come in a measure 4 back no longer. words os
bet promising. 4 that will amaze you. I realized that he was not only the
S'.-"OUT O- OIGHT. OUT OF 4 head of this great natise-r. -t that he
That Marengo Couty Al, ee *M MiIND" sums up the plight of a was the most poplar Pres det that Sworn
S4 the occasional advertiser! % this country ever had. I "acknow- this 0th
t yellow fever wherein the name 9 4 ledge the corn." I gaw in and forgot
O f the party was not known" but who I lH w -- -a- all about free silver, and to have seen

a moim e wol. have pointed man in the crowd. A few days
t I hadM i rlt fn of my pol- lago some one advised him to spring
mstructi tfroi Joe tripling, bn the President that "Peter's wife's
Io or Dan Gernw, mother" story, ad the mayor did so
Harm0", All Aumnd. at the first opportunity. It, however,
it 'tea, ble how the people put the President into a gentle slum-
.o see a great man? The her, and when the mayor had conclud-
Stoday showed that in Ilorida ed Mr. Roosevelt, with a most pained
'elt i regarded as the greatest look, aroused himself and said:
a America I am very glad that "Capt. Garner said you would tell
nville.gave him such a magnifl- me that story. I used to tell it when
relcoae. To see the battle- I was a boy and had almost forgotten
I old e*Confederates and sil- it."
raise their hats in enthusiastic The genial mayor was thus knocked
>e to the chief executive is out in the first round and quietly took
t to convince the world that to- a seat in the farthest end of the build-
* have ing and nothing more was heard from
n of lakes, a union of lands him for quite a while. Capt. Toomer,
lion that none can sever; the mayor's late political opponent, ap-
a of hearts and a union of hands preached to offer condolence, when the
orious union forever, mayor remarked:
At the Luncheon. "Toomer, the President has not a
dent Roosevelt was enthusiasm. bit of humor in him. Bryan will be
received in Jacksonville, but the next president as sure as you are
latest interest centered in the living." The mayor then lighted a
of Trade luncheon. The Board "Mother Goose" cigar and puffed away
de had no tame mountain lion iu a reflective mood.
I to shoot but they supplied ail Judge Owen Happy.
nts bf the inner man. The happiest man in the whole
not rush through the madden- bunch, and the one whose appetite in-
I excited throng to see the Pres dicated him to be the hungriest, was
I simply went to the Board of Judge W. B. Owen. He had lots of
building early and placed my- fun, and taunted the Democrts press
care of Captain Garner. ent for getting so wild over "his" res-.
ant you to meet my old friend, .dant. Judge Owen insisted that, aside
elt," said Captain Garner. "I from Napoleon Broward and Tom Ap-
id him about your peculiar poll- pleyard, the Florida Democracy could
ews, and he thinks that there claim no great men, and they were
some chance of your dropping therefore Justified in going crazy over
silver ides." President Roosevelt.
Introduced to "Teddy." Race Suicide.
iln Garnet took me by the arm The smile indicating the greatest
tshing himself through the satisfaction was shown by the Presl-
to the east end of the auditor- dent when Gov. Broward approached
e found Vte PreaMent wrestling with the Broward family album and
ham. salWltch. He saw us be- displayed the portraits of his seven
e reached MI nd Captan Oar- daughters. "You see,' said Gov. Bro
d: ;. pa, ward, confidentially, "that I am heart
President, this is Jones." and soul with you In your ideas re-
Presidelt smiled, displaying garding race suicide." The President
eth w~b have made him fam- declared that he never saw a more at
cartodinbts, and extending his tractive group, and expressed the hope
aid: that the Governor would educate the
lighted." Florida folks as to the wisdom and
President looked me squarely happiness involved in large families.
eye and said that Democrats The President invited the Governor
retty nice sort of chaps any- to the White House to see him, and
Id that the further South he urged that he bring his whole family
he nicer he found them. Be- rhen he -came.
released my hand he said: One of the funniest incidents of the
glad to meet you, Jones, but luncheon occurred when Capt Garner
Murphy'" introduced the President to the as-
r-p-h-y?" I asked. "Why, sembled guests. Capt. Garner, usual-
[urphy? We have Tim Mur- ly serene, displayed much uneasiness
SMurphy, Bill Murphy and a lot shortly a4ter the people assembled
rs who are all true an.i tried around the table. The captain had a
rs of r re heavy manuscript in his pocket, which
Expected "Pat." was nothing else than his usual "im-
tg his hand in his inner coat promptu" speech, which he had spent
the Prbedent brought out a considerable time in getting up, and
memnoritum book, and after it is reported he had actually gone out
over the pages, he said: "Pac to Phoenix Park every day recently to
I memorize it, anda he was afraid that in
know," continued the Presl- the excitement it might be omitted,
rhen caaa ein Garner called on as 400 Democrats were seemingly
he White House he said that running the whole affair. Walter F.
nival Asacelation wanted me Coachman, however, with his usual
Sto JAbtonville as an attrac- tact and ability, saw the trouble at
d wrht1 I told him I would once and soon brought order out of
dare tis event took place the chaos. Capt. Garner was then given
saldthat he wanted me to a chance, and made a splendid speech.
i this ety to see the place, but as he always does. He began by say-
1claft wanted me to meet you ing:
SMw n me to meet "This is a gteat surprise for me."
wiht aptain Garner had plan- Boisterous applause followed this re-
m., OII in my embarrassment, mark. "I only heard," continued
cretay Smith, of the Board of Capt. Garner "that I would be expect.
convulsed in laughter. o ed to speak fdy while on my way to
bad not then been introduced this building." Then placing his hand
resident, and as he was enjoy- on his breast he made a most eloquent
self st my expense I thought outburst. Just what he aid oould
at once, and in a few mog not be heard at my end of the table,
i introduced the President to but that it was appreciated was fully
ith, but in an undertone I said.shown when Pr sident Roosevelt turn-
the famous iPat Murphy." ed to him at the close and heartily
Pat," said the President, "I'm expressed his thanks. Something was
4ee you. I can see the map of said about deep water, the great fire,
stamped on your face." the Board of Trade and the devotion
mith was simply too full for of southern people to Roosevelt. The
e, and there were others pres- President, however, heard every wor.'
he some fx, but from a ditfer- of Capt. Garner's speech, and that was
e. all that was necessary. Capt. Walter
Cheerful eereta of the P Corbett then backed suspiciously
su al^ e nc later I herd tbwards Capt. Garner, and some ob-
ing to Walter Corbett about serving neighbor of mine remarked
riof trting people not mam- that he relieved him of the manuscript,
hevbtrnd to the collation and the speech in full will now, no
Iohn Tells His Joak.,o doubt, appear In pamphlet form and
rs cnarkable the number of be given to the daily press.
at were brought to the attea. Gen. Lovell Complimented.
President Roosevelt at this Gen. C. P. Lovell, who had so admir-
luncheon, and every man ably handles' the parade in the fore-
up a 'different subject. Mayor noon, after pushing his way through
lowefer, was the most disap- the crowd at the reception, managed

to grasp mte nana or e president.
The President recognized him at once
A'ulW gPt ed o r- by his handsome uniform and spoke
of the excellent showing made by the
S fr lb 190S, First Florida Regiment. "I love the
STotal of soldier boys," paid the President, "in
peace and in war, and I have rarely
S/seen a finer set of young men than
those who were my escort too'ay."
Melton Amuses President.
Steve Melton, noted as a talker, had
been entertaining a lot of visitors in
C $lEC the northwest corner, and when he
went to shake hands with the Presi-
Ir Mam sV 9@ of dent he found Joe Stripling telling the
President all about hunting in Florida.
59 & ~a.S Stripling talked of big game, and then
S.began to discuss birds. The tall dis
DAIL trict attorney knew all about birds,
and as he enumerated' them Dan Ge-
Ilowing figures show The Pen- row, who was standing close by, as a
oarnal's circulation for each big Republican offceholder should,
ng the month of September whispered to Joe that he was proving
h the average number of a bore, as the only bird that Roosevelt
aly:. cared for was the "dove of peace."
5,000 Sept. 16, 5,300 "You are away off," exclaimed Mel-
5,000 Sept 17, 50 ton. The President's favorite bird is
S5,200 Sept. 18, a 'stork,' and I'll prove it by him."
S..... Sept. 19, 300 The President was greatly amused at
S5,000 Sept 20, 5,00 this joke and laughed heartily at Mel-
S5,000 Sept. 21, 5250 ton's wit, anw said if there were more
, ,200 Sept. 2, 5,225 storks there would be no occasion for
6 200 Sept. 23, 25 warning regarding race suicide. These
, 00 Sept 24, 5,M0 were only a few of the funny incidents,
W 5-0 Sept 25, there being many more.
.ept*. ,50 'It was 3 o'clock before the Presi-
5300 Sept. 27, 5,2 dent and party and members of the
300 Sept. 2a8 5,250 board took carriages to see the city
5,300 Set. 29, 5250 and to visit the colored Baptist college,
300 8ept 302, 550 in Campbell's Addition.
Sfor the month.......136,40 Creditable to Jacksonville.
age per day.......... 5,2 The people of Jacksonville did them-
by certify that the above stae Wslves proud to their welcome to the
correct according to the reo- popular PrestmLt. While this is a
e in this ofce. Democratic city, and the princpal
VPSD A. sBWUr leaders i the exception are Democrats
Circulation Mgr. BoosereR wa given a ren ptio that
to and subscribed before me will log be remembered. From start
day of Septe.ber, 190. to finish t rejected the unboaded
J. P. BTOKIB. hospitality of our people, and showed
Netary Patae that Jacksouvrle was proud to have




No "Let-Up" Jn Shipping. who are doing their level best to
Despite the fact that many lines of stamp out a pestilence. lenaoola
business are experiencing dull times has learned its lesson well this the.
in Pensacola, there is no "let-up" in and it is to be hoped that It will heed
the shipping butaess, and some rec It next time-if there is any "ent
ord cargoes are going out of that time," which everybody hopes there
port. Two monster timber cargoes will not be. The Tribune expects to
left there last week. Each vessel see the sort of campaelg now it
carried out more than 2,000,000 feet progress at Pensoaola speedily sue.
of lumber.-Jacksonville Metropolis. eessful, and makes the predictio
*. that by November 1 the fever will
Information Wanted. either be completely eradicated or re-
Have you heard d any profession. duced to a few sporadic case.-Tam-
dl a rso h o lkhvse I< vla-teerina t*o pa Tribune.

go to Pensacola ad relieve those
overworked awd almost exhausted
nurses and doctoTes-Tallahasaee
True Democrat.
The Journal's Cirula e,
The Pensacola JoWmnl is to be com-
pliimented on its circulaton showing
for September. A daily average of
5,248 is something that Udttor Mayes
may be proud of, especially is the
face of a yellow fever, Outbreak.-SLt
*IWIMIt zpw^V

Are Cloee Priends
Selma and Pensacola hav e g
to be great friends since the couple.
tito of the road conectang the two
cities and our people watcl with a
terest and sympathy the phlucky Iltt
being made by her cet!zens against
the great enemy of the southern tea
board cities. May Jack frost soo
vist them and put to flight the
dreaded yellow jack.-Selma Journal

AUBustiue x WU. Dr. Porter Not the Frst
The Joural at Wrk., Dr. Porter complains that parties
Frank Mayes, over in Pensacola, ln Pensacola give the heath auth.
ra. M o-er .in Pesa ties trouble by refusing to comply
a hero if there ever was one. He i W ties trouble by refus tg to coasat
at his ost of duty, in spite o thehalth authorities. Such thi afo rei
fact that he does not come under the health authorities. Sch ta are
eerao "halt man regrettable but Dr. Porter is act the
Sgenerapl head J rnalty ma. working rst public official to meet with -
His paper, The Jouroal. is working position in matters looking only to
splendidly or the good of his cty.- the public good, and he will not be
Take City Ide. the last.-Apalachicola Times.
War on the Wiggletail. 1 They w.es,
Pensacola is now determined to -G W
destroy all th etalls" that wig- is a pleasure beyond erxres
gldestroy all the iOt o" that th to record the recovery from ye Re
le in that city. Be It nown that te fever of Ben. H. Thomas and Pesy
wlggletails. If allowed to live, develop 8. Hayes, of the st of The Peas
into fulnledged mosquitoes. Sinea. cola Journal-A a Nw
mosquittes are the spreaders of yel-; c. Joura*l.-Arad N* e
low fever, Pensacola has decided to LIb
stop the spread by destroying the Ough P Lensacoi Jibra Lsl.
agens- Ht O the of thewig-!The Pensacola JogrW fl araishes
agents. H ene the dea of tshe wgt. following^ evidence oeal ra -
Oletils I Aled. i aAdnntdliy n w rightness which beams t a true
me iln th. Au strn may rind bar- and steady light in this tlhe of dark
gletails in their cisterns or rain bar- ness ad graft: "A ounry cOmmi.-
rels. A pint q kerosene will put an e and graft HiA*ameh .o.mtvs
n"d to their existence and w!re. isoner down in Hillshled a wotre
screens will prevent the mosquitoes ord for economy. At a receS ete
from dep Oitig their eggs on the sur- i o the oard he. Lt t a bU-
f-ac d te Ing of the board he M iked am abou
ae of the wter.-St. Augustne for "ribbons for the type@fter."
record. "he's a nice girl," he ai, but the
e Probably Did. county Is under no obligation to biy
Dr Porter has not left Pe olaDd her clothes, I don't think." Any
Tr. Porter has not left Pensacol county that spends $40,0 to buid
et, notwithstanding those very ur- tnty-five miles of baad ro
gent "bxit" letters; but it is to be c lain aotth
hoped, for the honor ot that city, that not to complain about the ezas a
ope, r the honor that city, that buying ribbons for the typewrit 'r.-
the writer will have to leave, even Lesurg Commercial
f he has to take the cemetery rplte.
-Milton Index. -......,.. .

The "Jim Crow Law,
Pensacola now hb a "Jim crow"
street car ordinance. Wonder what
the Supreme Court Justices and tha
street railway people think of it.-
Palatka Times-Herald.
* *
"It is Said."
The police station at Pensacola
has a cook and now tarnishes meals
to violators of the law. It is said
that one stew will make the vilent
give solemn oath he will lead a bet-
ter life as soon as released.-Gaines-
ville Sun.

Good SuI stlOm Arnywy
T. A. Jenningt has been suggested
as a good one t succeed Gov. Brow-
ard. The fact that it is too early to
talk about the matter does not pre-
vent the suggestion bein a good one.
-De Funiak Breeue.
* *
A Winning ig0,
Since Dr, P 9tr got the people of
Pensacola beind~him t his fight
agalast the Wevr pa pet the opposi-
tio out f irt l It is noticed tha.
the dally totl at-o r eases are ap-
preciably d iha*Itg No people
could Bah s gu wU'eake than in
opposing the t( & -athor tis
eoul Mak 6 W Alo% M '

* 1*r M

Hendrix & Carpenter *0 5tgaM
estimates on building tLWt
and give personal atteati wa.
932 E. Strong, nd 9S4 &t 1ASm
McKintie Oertlffg & Oo, wholeaat
and retail ship clhamd's S od roe
the only rsat-clas ho of the hkd
ai Pensaeola Fair 04 to .L
Why se thfrer O wh yes
can buy Kelso Boad, .b DUty.
Kara Linen, or Cranes o0d at WC. &
Thompson's. 0 &. Pahjl.


At a meettig a the adrvawy board
of the Pensaooe Ch ti m Jebool beld
Sept. 26, 1 t wausfa Mdvbleto
postpone the oegl of the coming
rsemton nUt F tr favorable mad!-
ut00 prevadL
a ~Primelgal







1 0 -




D with them and pay tribute to the man1 Is t not about time to cal a
who in the estimation of Americans halt? The tendency in all diretions
holds the highet and most honorable to turn to the President for everything
ofee In al the world. grows stronger every day. ad it not
Worthy ef Any Honor. checked we shall be instructed fte
None has ever held the oice of the White House bow to brian up our
President but has been worthy the re- children, and have a daily menu Issued
rpect of his fellow-Alnericans-North, by executive authority telling us what
South, East and West, and none has to eat. The Constitution. if we may
ever proven more worthy than Theo- venture to refer to so antiqued and
dore Roosevelt. The welcome today obsolete an instrument, preacfiee the
shows a Southerner's love for him duties of the President. and it would
They may have differed with him an,. b better for him if he were asier
will continue to do so along some poll- asked nor expected to carry may bar.
tical lines. He is a Republlcan, it is den, nor undertake any responsblMty.
true, but he is the most democratic which it does not clearly place upf
Republican in the nation. While he him.
is a Republican he Is first of all an Not Lonecme.
American, and the people throughout I was not alone among the socallM
this nation, without regard to party wild and wooly silverites, who wa
affiliations, are Impressed with the con- rejoiced at the presence of the Presi-
viction that In all his acts he does that dent today in our midst. The great
which he believes to be right, trouble with Presidents generally 10
A Very Busy Man. that they don't come south ofte
The President of the United States enough. They do not understand us
a is very busy mmand I am inclined as they should, and some n the past
to think that the American people ex- v,ere narrow enough not to desire to
rect too much of him. Efforts have understand us. Roo Pivet, hcpever,
been made to enlist the aid of the is broad and will doubtless return to
President in so many affairs until now Washinrton convinced that we are the
eiery individual with an ax to grind best sort of people and that he is real-
or a claim to push, every crank with ly a better Democrat than he imagine
&u invention, every association with a ed himself to be.
chimerical scheme to forward, and: Will Reoor.
every organization formed to estab-1 In conclusion I want to mphaasis
lish universal peace or reform society I that I did enthuse over Roosevelt. My
applies to him to boost them along, patriotic blood asserted itself, a.
If there is a dispute to settle between bubbles over and I'm not ashamed to
capital and labor he must be called acknowledge my admiration of the
in; if the birth rate is falling off, he man and the regard I hold for his lofty
must take the subject under advise- position. By tonight, however, reas
meant, and tell heads of families what tion will have set in, and before I re-
to do about it; if natural scenery is tire I will read this week's Ooamoner
threatened with destruction, he must and again study Coin's Fnanelal
be asked to prevent it; and, last of all, School, and wil, therefore, soon be
if the college boys of the country be in my normal condition. In fact, by
come unruly and brutal in their sports, tomorrow morning "Richard *iI be
he is appealed to to correct the evil. himself again"

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hAm les bit healing ingredient
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= Fimewl with h"lth. Book with infosatios about Scofla and
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I_ I ,L .
aa s Y amr I g at FIamm00 da -
fta- n rw. ;*permes i serougaet ITb eg s eams A" T e 1a oW"
races art, M. Worw the fstamem a ,seatme tMan-a 1 m-.
llmd e mro wtr a"t dressmaker, was CUtil about 180 the ball game pl.r
eMed betre a paruflametary e~- in Mmassa usetIn was called "Mae
-Jltue a1sim dl to Lnqire to a t eao etteround balL" No game called
ea-- a lm -al for M tbei y sad I o"to ball" was known aI Massacub
Mi rmewy. be salary l tm e t preu. etta.
4amt et te epaa e sat 1te ilaters We did nt knew that 'n England a
"Id Ia freat aesM .u.rm oaebt to !ame called .rouders was played. We
-b enbamlWby raeisd becma ball believed thatnmaln ball Was distinctive-
m m M mWarn tha dsiNer%, and of- ly an American.game. Four old eat
a"l p ple W t to be paid aMaaIb and three eol ft we regarded as de-
am---mme Mab to emare them to ritvative of roed balL They were the
V, a gat -sm r bae. M. Grevy, source when there were sot enough
M W~rt la di ely gave two 1 layers a bte b dd toe mond br
111 a 4s4e, a-a M- *F wa so l a mats game at roUe ball me
fat t bla ldeetu to wear their were ourten played an a side. The
4M 41mem aom r thba bruy ew ooes, game was quite as acttp as baseballl
M**6 WOM sm*t m ~mrdy be poUled ; and exciting. Bae were called
a1 mW iy r salaries, give I goals. Tbare were towr goals et In a
imm betll d ~r kower S g ta to quare, mat It a dlamomL At each
o n- i Ats-a hilwas Worth's rem- goal a stot stake four feet high and
tp. The li-U, rai redo ot the fear about two Inche In diameter was driv-
Swa h, w ja vest Ina ew dre ses, ec tin the grod. The runner goig
-ar vWe l realate. trade would at full speed would else this stake,
melaie aM weam go as merrily as frequently swinging arLoud It two or
-lm stl I three times before e could stop him-
elf. Tere was no inning beyond
CmMW .fi--. Afrst on a hit Unless some pert of the
1e ras oa r woman fferung frl runner's body touched the goal te
-r- b- s oulM seek the compea- could be put out by being hit by a
- if a I althy persoms free from thrown ball. "Pitched out" we called
- r a. The meals ought to be It.

ea- iv awly. AfM ordinary hyg.
- rdw e m e to be eheed. Will exer
gs we aL The series peuwn
-nt, to ae a Irgme of qse sprilug
at ef e warm. nervous bed andi
- lge o te he cold bath of effort The
g he dreads doing is the very one
$a adlold do, r.ys Woman's Life.
Oae oesxc't plan for aervous men
I wOmMa Is to attend a good theater
ed wath the demeanor of some elf
passed actor or actress. Let them
twady that demeanor and try to Iml-
tte it. It will be something for their
to do wa attared by a nervom
anL It wilt be found better than
bul ag or unbuttentit gloves or h-
talging n aany other of the purposeleso
ac&s a eOmaa to the serwres.



The batter stood in a circle four feet
In diameter, midway between first goal
and home. The thrower stood in the
center of the square made by the goals.
thirty feet from the batter. Manv
teams had what was called a "dip
throwepr"-that is, one who could throw
a swift bail, starting low and shooting
up. There were no fouls. Everything
went. Backhanded batting was com-
mon. The batter swinging round with
the ball as It came to him would drive
It sideways or backward for a long hit
A few were skillful at what was called
side beating. Graspint the bet near
the middle with the thumb and fingers
of one hand and being careful that the
finger ends were below the surface,
they held it borisontally, the end point-
ed toward the throww. In this posi-"
tion the batter would catch the ball on
the top of the bat and, In a frac-
tion of ase s it eMo along the
surface and by a quick deflection of

1Leriaees the pleasures of life a hun- the bat shoot the ball backward to the
red fold while bad health brings right or to the left.
Wthiag but sufertag and discontent. Hundreds of men now living in cen-
Syare slokt, we urge you to build trial Massachusetts have seen It done.
d m treglthcA the system by There were three catc s In lin e be-
fit hind the batter. The first catcher play-
STET R'Sed close. He usually crm ched and
S9 Is took only the low throws. The second
DITFD *and third atcers ood erect, alert
II- H1 BI RS for the high ad wild throws. There
Rt&nrita of sickly people have ac- were two back elders, oe at the right
--as this advice and are now wel; and one at the left ao the third catcher
-e hearty. It is the best heakh -They were there fo the backhand and
aah before the public and always slide hits. There was a player at each
tos DOpao*Pe*, uI d s Ceatlv- goal. a piayr between aernd goal and
, Pe. Aw Appetite. Female ill, or ho. ad two outflelders. The ball
a1,ra. Try it. was made of woolan yart. Airmly
wound, with a tofew hot In the center.
It was covered with leather and was
somewhat smaller than the regulation
Baseball It was not mushy. A tick
stand a cate was out One out the
i aside was out To avoid being put out
Sby a ball thrown at I and properly
codaced, a ramer would now jump
la the air, now fall tat an the groun
iand up sad awal sala in a twinkling
w fm t f1 Is, Runs were called tallies. The bi
SEral ate Tar0 matches we r geaerally dilded by the
priority In getting 100 tallies. Each
team chose its o w "refree," and the
two "referees" chose a "Judge," who
to b | a was a solema and Important person,
'silentt excpt whe the freer could
lim P th= Bnot agree. HI decision was finaL-

UWnh ems asses.
'Llghtalag ever kills people In ctt.
bn," sai an tasurante agent. "My
Te'sl bear mena ay, and we company statistic show that in ettie
believe t's true, that this store there is practialy nodanger of death
does the Hat business of Pen- from lightning stroke.
mcolk; be It so or not, we're "Look back and ask yourself f you
ertala of one thing- ever t eo a ay e being killed by
li taking a Broadway or In front of
1" ae HS oe the Allbrtm or a n Beacon street or
Swefk W O* of an CSertaut street or O Nicolet ave-
ROeL No. It is in the country w I Ut.
We'e oady to satisfy every the vilas that the all daded thun-
4mat ('for the New Fall styles. derstorm oae tm deadly work.
Mt fHats in the new blocks "Why ae cities In this way immune?
hna $1.5. to $.5w Soft Hats Some say it Is becans they have no
a all the ew shapes and trees to ttract the ihtaing. Some say
hades from 50c to $3.. It s because the loud of factory smoke
above their ruea a a protecti)a ."-
I-- nneipAles JouMral
SANSKeep yar syst good condition
S V AN SON and you need ~bt fear any disease.
Plato, the Irret stomach healer, for
CASHHsale. wholesale ad retail, by Jas.
S297 MCHUgh.
SMH ooto's Phamacyh Birthplace
Sof pIobpt delivery. Open all night.
Phone 1160.

I U0

Uuu t Gospe

Ta Its teBUreUh to ry tah
U Uto a, ,- DIX Mek ash a rkuma

Aimr earnlia, bilIenness

-ellbwrld traomble, skin w t

Sunday was the coldest day of the fI sD rlht down In, rorm
season, according to the records of the
local weather bureau. On that date the erb esl a~lood Tvesels
the minimum temperature was 47 de-
grees, lacking only a few degrees of the bte tlU e, where tl
reaching the point where frost forms.
Yesterday was somewhat warmer, Wule IS, Md gntly oe00t
but it nevertheless equalled the record ij MX oZ thi back to health
cb any day this season wkh the excep-
tion of Sunday. The temperature wa hr r
51 degrees.Pet dl i8 ehrOI e ar
Weather Observer Reed in his for -
cast and summary of weather codi ts arem.arkable re
toins said yesterday: .y. &M bw m l O eq ufet:
"Far and cool weather has contin-
ued in the Gulf and Atlantic states un- oMa eneff tivenes in the medics
der the influence of tae high pressure
now central in eastern Tennessee and wt l Price 60 sad $1.00.
western North Carolina. Frost occur-
red again this morning as far aeoth mFly guaiti eed.
as Mobile, Montgomery and' Macon,
bt ng heavy at Birmingham, Chariotte, l aw sa e d reeo lr ended bW
Wilmington and Norfolk; heavy fros. WHITE'S PHARMACY,
was also observed at Boston, and light PAnesacola Fl
frost at New York. A temperature P, U N M PNig hon la -L
of 16 degrees is reported from north- ..... .
ern Nevada and 18 degrees from oen- .e
trial Wyoming.
"Precipitation in the upper Ohio
Valley and Lake Region has been
caused by. a depression which now ai l i F1 R T
pears over LAke Superior; a light lo- LO IN R THE
cal rain is falling at Jupiter; else-
where the weather has remained fair
Moderate depressions are observed in
ern Texas. WIOW F C.
"The high pressure anal cool wave
will move to the middle Atlantic f
Coast causing light to fresh northeast
winds with fair and warmer weather
over this vicinity tonight and Tues- IOU KE

s r E whobe ,. NMarshal Schad Receives A letter
Why is one who bets a "bett Mh,"L
while a man who estimates is an "s- m n Innirin
mator," and what s It that causes so er Inquiring
many words like these to differ In the A n Hr
spelling of their last syllables? A lUut n
grammarian explains that the differ-
ence Is due to the fact that the English ..
language comes from two great sources le Maral Sha, is in receipt o
some words being aGerani and others .. ,. .ro .,anit e
sLin. or the Germanc d om the tone o;the letter that the
Latin. Pot the ermanate root aiSv.idow of Chas. O'Rourke, will come
"er" in "worker," while the Latin roots into possession of some property
add "or" In factorr." There Is the Gert there if she eaa be found. The letter
manic "speaker" and the Latin "ors- is as follows:
tor." And no bne would dream of writ- Denver, Col., Oct. 20, 1905.
Ing either to a "makor" or of a "ora To the Chief, otPBlice or City Mar-
ater." shal, Pensacola uta.
Dear Sfr:-6 at informed that a
The things we want most In alf man by the name of Christqpher
world are always those beyond O'Rourke or Chrs- O'Rourke, lived
reach. Ir.we had them we wulda'tbe se years ago It your city, and that
"a "t happi er.he t owned some residence property
a Mt h r. there. i have been advised that he
had a second wie, but whether she
Nape* asm as a BaR ae. S lived with him at that city or not I do
Thackeray once saw Napoleon on the not know. Mr. O'Rourke recently
Island of St. Helena. The novelist--he died here, leaving some property, and
was born in Calcutta in 1811-was an If he has a wife living at this time, I
his way to England as a child. "Our desire to locate her.
ship -touched at an island where my If you have any information or can
black servant took me for a leg walk give me any information about Mr.
over rocks and hills until we saw a Ronrke as to when and how long
man walking in a garden. 'Mat- Is e., he lived in Pensacola, and also if he
man waiting In a garden. "saomt e,' he a widow living, her name and
said the black man; 'that i Bonapapte. whereabouts, I shall be greatly oblig-
He eats three sheep every day and all td. Any information in regard to this
the little children he can lay hands party will be appreciated.
on.'" That black serving man was nat Yours truly,
the only person of the time to beere AlBImRT FPRO6T.
tht etar whieh he t ld




Continue To Be Receive
PUbli Is Urged To Assi
The Work.

Subscriptions to the yellow f
lief fund continue to be receive
are greatly welcomed by the
committee, but as yet the fu
shown no appreciable gain.
thousand more dollars are ne
care for the poor and needy
city, and the citizens of the c
those in majoining towns are
to come forward and donate as 1
as possible.
Following are the donations t
The Donations.
M. E. Corley, Hattiesburg.....
FirsLt ati onal Bank..........
W. S. Keyser Co..............
American National Bank......
Consolidated Grocery Co......
Fr. J. Schreye- ...............
Those. C. Watson.............
Escambia Kealty Co..........
Lee Daniel ............ ....
W. A. Blount...... ..........
Hannah Bros ..............
People's Bank................
Pensacola Water Company....
Leslie E. Brooks ..............
J. M. Coe ...................
Pensacola Investment Co.....
M. F. Gonzalez ................
Southern States Lumber Co....
Consolidated Naval Stores Co..
German-American Lumber Co..
Saunders Mill Co............
J. R. Saunders................
Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co..........
D. Kugleman ................
J. Geo. White.................
S. P. Shotter Co..............
Jos Coleman................
A. F. Warren................
M. L. Roch....................
Jno. B. Jones .................
T. H. Lannon & Co...........
Wm. Johnson & Son...........
Clutter Music House..........
Meyer Shoe Store..........
Standard Clothing Co........
Douville Timber and Land Co.
Maxwell & Reeves...........
S. Pasco, Jr .................
P. Campbell.. ...............
H. H. Boyer.................
Kress Co ................
D. Hale Wilson..............
A. M. Avery .................
Gordon & Brown.............
Thos. Pebley...............
Forbes Furniture Co..........
N. G., Forcheimer.............
H. G. DeSilva & Co...........
W. A. D'Alemberte............
Jas. McHugh .. ..............
Sol Cahn &' Co..............
B. Gerson.... ...............
J. Kryger .... .... ......
Green & Wason ...........
J. C. VanPelt.................
The Pensacola Journal.......
C. B. Parkhih ............
Naval Stores Export Co......
W B. Wright Co............
N. Apostle...... ............
McDavid-Hyer Co..........
R. G. Bushnell ................
A. A. Fisher.................
H. Baars & Co................
Pensacola Lumber Co........
F. C. Brent ...............
John Shepard ...............
A. DiLustro ................
Alex Zellus .................
D. Levy .....................
E. J. Dunham ...............
Gulf Machine Co..............



d But
st In

ever re
ed, and
e relief I
iad has *
eded to
of the
ity and i!
to date;

. 5.00
, $500 0(/

..(.,Jow']T O U T"
,CUT'T 0 our"|
says the doctor to many f his lady patients, because he doeI't
know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or
ovarian troubles, except the surgeon's knife.
That such a medicine exists, however, has been proved by the
wonderful cures performed on disease women, in thousands of
cases, by


Woman's Relief
It has saved the lives of thousands of weak, sick women, and
has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of
chronic invalidism. It will cure you. if you will only give it a chance.
Sold at every drug store in $ 1.00 bottles. Try it.

freely and frankly, In strictest confi- "1 wore a supporter for )ears, for
my womb. whi.h had crowded very
enc.e telling us all your troubles, thing down before it, w'lres Mrs. S. J.
* W. 'IH send Free Advice (In plain, Chrisman, of Mann%.;-, N. Y. "Isuf-
aled envelope) Address: Ladies' fered untold misery and could hardly
-sled envelope). Address: Ladies' walk. After taking Cardul I gave up
-, Ad ,sorv Dept.. The Chattanuoga my suprortr and can now be m n

S200 .0n0 i Vdllne Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
50.')0 .. "
S50, 0
00o.oo0011| IC F, COAL

10 00
100.00 Ofce- Corner Chase and Tarra

5000 PIM

5.00 L. WM UIAWVeI. Pne

10.00 e
15.00 It will pay ye to laetluto
12.00 0.

.0oo0 Hardware, 8askh, Dow


-10.0 Offices 29 E at a
10:00: Factory N rth P
25.00 '
S5.00*o *Saunders M

17 00
100 Frank ReOiy9 .............. 5.0
10.00 Factorys North Pa&

25.00:- - -
10.00 Frank Reilly ................ 35.0
25.0 S. A. Friedman................ 10.0
10 00 D. Dannheisser .............. 5.0
250.(0 H. O. Anson.................. 100
5K.00 Marston & Qulna ............ 25.0
25.00 W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00
2500 N. Goldring ................ 15.0
20.0 Cash.. .. .................. 5.0(
5000 W. H. White & Co............ 5.0
100.00 Warren Fish Co.............. 100.10
100.00 Pensacola Stables ......... 10.0(
25.00 C. Thiesen .................. 100.0(
5 00 Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.0
2 00 J. S. McGaughey ............. 5.9(
10 00 Armour Packing Co.......... 26.00
.00 Dubuisson Bros .............. 20.0
5.00 Star Laundry ............ 150
S5.0 S. Brown C............ o
.H T-B-- 1 I r a

feet half a day at a time."

r e aus
and WOOD

mnd Fuel Compay.
sIea. Phese mg.

6 a 0s0 --s00m- *$. Pss sso-. -
~~~4 ~ 03060 Ogsssgpepp 0

Sur pricw beft lao e b
rs, Blinds or Lumber.
ti, Drkk UmO and C Lt
hMoy on everything

fill Company

ten Street
fox Street.

Phone 717.
Phone 133.

- ..-- -- --... -...--- ..
) Balz, Whipr'e & Co.. Cincinnati 10 00
0 Sunday school children of Bag.
0 dad ................ 4
0 C. H. Blackman ............ L.
0 D. T. Williams & Co., Milton.. 12.50
0 B. L. Gundershelmer.. ........ 5.
SEscambia Land & Mortgage Co O0.0)
0 Colored List.
0 Big Zion Sunday scuoc' ....
0 M. M. Lewey. (Sentinel) .... 2
0 Joe. H. James,.............. 6
)0W. H. Harvey ............. 2
);Moafa Lyman ............... 1
o Richard Morris .............. $ a0
) Cash .......................... ...
f L. F. Androno .............. I
. Marion Blue ................. 1I O
* PrMston Gor.on ............. 1

u r we.-u.r...0. O. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00 JUUe c ............ .W -.--. ... .
SA &dbdatXu wry" Bar Pilots ......lo'. Marks & Gayle ............. 50 00 Aarn Joson...............
H IT. nu1" are auns who wear ale W. B. Lamar...... ... 00 Swift & Co., ................25 00 St. Pan' church ..............
HIT. e The religious females who are ,erritt Moreno ........... Miss Fannie Henatrson ........ 2.50 Washi.gton Clark ...........
-- th strange garbed are mentioned H H. Thornton............. 10.0 i McKenze Oerting & Co. ..... 10 00 Whield Dpont ........... 1
What She Gained by Trying Again. by Sir Charles Gordio In his "eco J. B. Roberts.................... .00 Dunwo y-A ken Co............ 25.0 R. W A. Woods, 9th Aeue
A failure at first makes us esteem -etot of Thirty-nte Years In the J. P. Williams Co............. 100.00 I.en .a tl Banb ............. ThI cM n....1............ S
final success. T. A. Jennings................ 100 0 Citizens National Banb .... 100 l M ln...... ...... ..
final sucLess. L N.my. R. C. .......... 100 30 A Colored Citizen ............ 5 *
A family in Minn., that now enjoys In 1860 Si Charles, accompanied by Geo. W. Wright .............. 50.00 .... r. .......... 0 venue Baptist Chzre. 2
Postum would never have known how a fellow officer, was seeking a hospl- Cash .. ..................... .u F. W. M Cary .................. 10 00 Aaron 8. John o ........ h 2
good k is if the mother had been dis. tal site In Tientsin, China, when ne Quina & Guttman............10.00 Ed. 'Brien ............... 10 00 Mt. Zion Baptist Church......
courage by the failure of her first at- enme in sight of a Buddhist nunnery. ---- Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00' Z
tempt to prepare it. Her son tal!s In spite of the warnings of one of the Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100 00 S --
the story: Inmates, who appeared in male attire. Goulding Fertilizer Co ...... 100.00
"We had never used Postum food they entered the building and foun4 John C. Avery.............. 25.00 A Hard StruIgle
coffee till last spring (a year ago) that all the other niau were similarly P. Martinez ............ 2 00
when father brought home a package dressed. The intrusion greatl shoc J.W. Maloy ............ .00
one evening just to try it. We had Th Welles-Kahn Co ...; .... 25.00 Many a Pensacola Citizen Find th@
heard from our neighbors, and in fact hodes-Futch-Colthe Buddhist women. 15.00trug Hard.
every one who used it, how well they "Our regret was a," sid r0 0 With a back constantly aching.
liked it, that besides taking the place areas "Explnaions were exotton Oil Co....... 0.00 With distresing urinary dsord
F. E. Brawn .. .............. Daily.0 Wth distressng urinary disrdmme.
of coffee as a beverage it furnished anged; we were informed that the p. E. Brawnr .............. 0.0 Daily existence is but a struggle.
a most nutritious and healthful aqt. community within adopted male co- R.. Reese.................... 5.00 No need to keep it up.
cle of food. So we were going to give tome an indication that the) hot H D. H. Klusmeter.. .... ........ 5.00 Doan's kidney Pills will cure yo
it a trial. only renounced the world, bt4 with It W. S. Rosasco ...............10.00 Pensacola people endorse thi
"Well, the next morning mother the emblems of their sex. We were re- I T Marine Grocery Co............ 500 claim:
brewed it about 5 minutes, just as celved b, the lady superior,and tea and H. tluller........ ............. 5.0 Anthony Col!ins. of 420 Intendenet
she had been in the habit of dotng, cake were offered to and partaker F. O. Howe & Co............ 25.0 St.. says: 'Ms Coll in read an a
with the other coffee, preparing it, I t fly us. We are then permitted to J. C. Porter ................ 10090 vertisement about Doan's KItde'
fear, without paying special attention visit the privatee chapel,' and finally J. A. Chafin ................. 25.00 Pills and procured box at Siney
to the directions printed on t pk- e parted from the relluse on the Brewery...............Kan's drug stoo. o
age. It looked weak and didn't hbve lgst of terms." L. E ear Co................... S 0 tPalafox street. She suffered 4I
a very promising color, but nevertee- NEW FLORIDA SYRUP, per Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewcing m r ac ter oinsa
less father raised his cup wth an air 1 ............... .50 Co .................. 5 00 acrot hebk ter rkng ba
of expectancy. It certainly dout the house. She used a t
him aof expectancy. It certainly did g ke and the Mllrate L.Fiodman & Co... .. ...... 10.00 one box of Doan's Kiidney Pills and th
him a great surprise, but I'm afraid Many years ago Anderson, "the wis- FRESH MULLET ROE, per lb. .15c lii; an & llivan ........ 10.00d .mch good I hae herd
put down his cuof) wth a look I ar d of the north," gave some perform- 1 1 Dr .h'r mleh oo d I hCa Tg nJ t 00'
put down his cu with loOk -of d!s-: these pill;' spoken ')f hlgh!y ,y differ.
guest, and said Mother, are you n ure ces I E inburt g g as Professor FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES, per I : Co., Mobile .. 25 00 ent people who have t.pi hem nd
this isn't your dish watnr? i tackle was one of the crowd who Dozen.... .. .. .......25c them a r ly ..10.00
"Mother wasn't disco-lrated though, i went to see them. As he was making ............. ..... 10.00 tulnlls the represenataurIs ade .or
and next morning gave it another Ms way in he Welt something at his I IMPORTEO MESSINA LEMONS., c, .ck0 ...................10.00 t
i Pt 1-. . 4.10 them."
trial, letting it stand on the stove tiiI oot tail, and, putting his hand into his per Dozen............. . 25t (',,o Br .i.. Co .... 50 00 or sale by al ea.er Pric
boiling began and then letting it boil, pocket, he found an egg. This he took .o 31a y 5r0 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. B
for fifteen or twenty minutes, and tn!s niSt and most adroitly transferred it to NEW FLORIDA PAPERSHELL V,, ., ...... ...... 5 9 N. Y.. sole agent's for :he L:,.. I
time we were all so pleased with it the pocket of a young man just in PECANS, per lb. 15 and.. ..... 20c ;, .;'i .............. s10.00 tp
that we have used it ever since, and him, person as unlike him To ........ ........... 5.0 Reember th,- name -Doan-s--al
thoughimepaveasquantity1ft.ont of him, per.. as unlike him-5.0o
although we have a quantity f the sef as can wel be Imagined. Arrived 19 POUNDS OF GRANULATED lr-S.li an lnber Co .... 100.00 p n other
old coffee ir.n the house, I fear It will in the hll he remarked where this SUG4R STILL GO FOR THAT I(',, W\ison .. .. .. .. .... 5 0) 1m
all be spelled before we can get itce SAME....... ....... .... .100'E. B .... ........ 5 00
used up. young man placed himself and chose SM...Wae 1 SE B
"Father was a confirmed dvspept!c h. own seat in a corner as remote as 1. Bery .s .. .. ....... 10 0Y
and a cup of coffee is to him like possible. When the time came fr h ... ...... 100 00 Under New Management.
poison, bo he never drinks it ayi **Wisard" Anderson to "trouble" him Geo. Le.,is. Tallahas.ee, .... 100 0') A delleh:ful re-or' usrnune from
more. but drinks Postum regtay. i rrte the egg he arose and explained that W B. Sheppard, .. .. ..25 09 fever, off-rs to refuii.e ekirant aso
He isn't troubled with dyspepsia apyi hbe ad'nothing of the sort in his pock E. MerritL ... .. ...... 6 )0 commodations and boir,! at S2.i '
more, and is actually growing fat,', ut that be believed "that gentle S Pond. ......... .. a 00 month. 17.50 per week EverythIng
and I'm sure Postum it the cause of man" could produce it, pointing to the V Whte Employees at Millview 50 00 rst-class
it. All the children are allowed to atonished young man, whose surprise, le Ro h .h..... .. ... 90
drink it and they are perfect pe- however by no mean equaled that of izens of Warrington.... ... Hooton's Pharmacy-te hplae
tures of health." Name given by I and S. Bing, Ciininati ...... 20.00 of prompt delivery. Ope1 aM gitg
Poetua Co.; Battle Creek Oc | Wiml Phm 183 M. H. Sullivan .. .. ;. .. .. 60 Phnme 110


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00M W OP THE MOTOR *OAT. and espeqally loved and admired the
Daughter of the Confederacy and
Sls seot to me of the swan built craft their devoted efforts to commemor-
With a league of canvas sail. ate, reeere and preserve not only the
WAh t rcing fore and rigging aft bostoric but the sentimental factor
To map off in a gale. -the traditions of the old South.
-lt ratLr slag of the craft that As Polk County commissioner to
sPeds the South Florida Fair last year, he
Uke a dragon ly, they tell, entered so enthusiastically into the
WIta all the strength of ifty steeds effort to get the people of the whole
r Stored in its pellet shell- county to unite in making such an ex-i
The motor boat hibit as their united efforts could eas-
That keeps aloat ly make, and personally worked so
Half hid in foam and swelL loyally and so unwearyingly ino all
sorts of weather before and during
rSl' good for the blood in this steel the Fair as to cause a complete col-
lamed fish lapse which, after months of suffer-
Out here where the whitecaps race, ing resulted in his death.
&ad the long foam ribbons whirl and The hearts of all who knew him'
swish will go out in profound sympathy to
A d the brine drops sting your his devoted and bereaved sister,
d fe; whom he greatly beloved
hrlke Skipper Cy of the herring -4.
Takes down his glass and yells: The many friends of Mrs. James
he serpent, sure!" When he gets Robertson and daughter Sarah, are
beck glad to learn that they have recov-
ich are the yarns he tells, ered from an illness of several days.
And on we speed. -
LUke Neptune's steed, The Warrington friends of Misses
To the tune of the buoy bells. Ethel and Sadie Jones of Pensacola
are certainly glad to hear they are
So steel your nerves in the eagiae up and around.
As you leap and plunge along, A chowder given Friday night by
ar so one knows just where you'll the Warrington boys was greatly en-,t

It the cogs or wheels go wrong;
at my be up where the gray gulls
Or down in the home of the whale;
Aad a good eye on the rail.
a"d keep a good eye on the rai
Compared we know,
With the wave auto,
ITe land auto's a snail.
-Vctor "A. Herman in Memphis
Osma- rclal-Appeal

(Formerly Adverti and Sold as
No change in Pormula or Package
The NAME only has been change to
avoid confusion, as we cannot afford
to have so valuable preparation con-
fused with any other.)
NAOINOLA is guaranteed, and moaey
will be refunded In every ears where
It fails to remove freckles, pimples,
liver-spot, colar dbooloration, saL
lowness, sun-tan, black-heads, distl,
ring eruptions, etc. The worse cases
in 20 days. Leaves the skin elear,
ioft, healthy, and restores the beauty
of youth.
Price, 50cts and $1.00. Sold In each
city by all leading druggists, or by
Prepared only by

his city, will be interested to learn

joyed by their guests who were that he is now second mate on the
Misses Emma and Pet Rance, Lego- steamship Mascoote of the P. & O0,
ria Gathlenny, Emily Cohron, Vivian, Line ships plying between Port Tam-
Millie Ronnlof, Louise Handlon, pa and Key West.
Ethel Roberison, Genevieve Small-
wood, Anita Simmons, Bessie Bon- Mrs. A. Levy and daughter Rose
ner, Ada White. who have spent the past month in
The hosts were Mr. John Seeley, Asheville and Hendersonville, N. C.,
Mr. John Fell, Mr. Hauckley Clif- expect to spend a few weeks in At-
ford, Mr. George Jackson, Mr. Wasn! lanta, MontgQnery, and Mobile be-
Wilkins, Mr. Henry Roberteon, Mr. fore returning home.
Jim Smallwood, Mr. Martin Jones,

-4-- Mr. Frank Bonner and Mr. Gus Ronn-
ia all the band of devoted Uon- Miss Ullian Howell is to give a aay
faderate Veterans who have been ride Tuesday night and the gue ts
promoted to the white tents of peace are anticipating a fine time.
as the green fields of Eden, none have
.,are beautifully typified the best Mrs. Sadie O'Connor is the happy
Meal of true southern manhood than mother of a fine boy.
41 Judge T. W. Anderson of Francis 4
. BLarwe Camp. who passed away, There is a fluttering border ofi
t bartow, Fla.. Sept. 16. Pensacollans shivering along the
No man in Polk County was more frost line waiting for the signal to
haseo- ad none more deservedly so rush home.
as neighbor, friend and citizen, than
bi. A native of Newnan, Ga., he had Hon. John E. Stillman's friends are
sied in Florida for more than half his certainly glad to see him ,safely at-
noveutytwo years, and at least twen- tending his official duties again.
t4lve of those in Polk County to 0
Wbse beat interests he was ever sin- Mrs. H. C. Chunn is among those
euaely and effectively devoted, happily recovering to the pleasure of
A man of strong character and de- her friends.
~i)ed views, Judge Anderson was so --
Unodest and tolerant that, after meet- The many friends of little Blanche
flg him though a mutual friend in and Kenneth Amos will be glad to
Clacinnati some years ago, Senator learn that they are recovering from
Oreavenor said. "Well. sir, if we'd the fever and will soon be out.
had a few Southerners like Mr. A .-1
person scattered round in the North The friends of Mr. Mark Myer are
ad East beforehand, there might glad to see him out after his recent
have been no march through Geor- illness.
Loyal, chivalrous and patrioti The friends of Mr. Everett M. My-
Judge Anderson cherished all the ers. who spent the past year with hi.;
dear old traditions of the Southland parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Myers in

7Te Journa's Daily Fashion Feature

Mrs. Captain Crist and little son
Bealy have quite recovered from the
Mrs. Harry Hodgeboom Is ill at her
home on North 7th avenue of fever,
due her physician says to nervous
strain and fatigue from nursing her
sister through a severe case of yel.
low fever.
A telegram received yesterday by
friends in the city, conveys the in-
formation that Mrs. Edward de La
Rua, who is now at Letohatchee, Ala.,
gave birth to a fine boy. Mr. and
Mrs. de LaRua have been in Ala-
bama for the past two months with
Captain William P. Maura has re-
turned to Mobile after a few days vis-
it to his sister Mrs. John L. Pinney
508 West Gregory.
Mr. Frankly Zeek will leave Wed-
nesday noon for the detentiod'casp
en route to' New Orleans whire he
will reenter Tulane University which
opens November 7.
0 ,
Mr. G. F. Jones has recovered from
a spell of malarial fever and is up
and about.
The only folks who do not use Blue
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla extracts
are those who have never tried them
It pays to say Blue ,ibbon Vanilla,
and say it plain.
Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace
of prompt delivery. Open all night.
Phone 1100.


It anS the OrnGt0tt wInf power* a
Amy Flytag AnimaL
It has been demonstrated that 'the
wing area of different flying cweamte
varies from about forty-nine square
feet per pound of weight in the gnat
and ive square feet In the wallow to
half a square foot per pound of weight
in the Australian crane. The frigate
bird has the most wonderful wing
power of any of the flying animals,
being able to cut the air at the rate of
100 miles an hour and ive continually
on the wing day and night for a week
or ten days. Ornithologists of note
even give it as their opinion that a
healthy individual of this species
would be equal to the task of making
a trip around the world without once
closing its wings In rest It is also
claimed that some species can remain
motionless in the air for ours without
flapping their wings. That tdhey
exert three times the horsepower per
pound of weight that a man can and
about the same amount more than a
horse. It is, without question, a fact
that birds in general can e*tt by-
teal energy that is without parallel In
nature. It is generally supposed that
birds are lighter, bulk for bulk, than
other animals, but repeated experi-
ments have proved that there are m
grounds upon which to base smch as

There are many occasions when a effected in the back; and the blouse
glmple blouse may be made to do dropping with soft fullness into the;
duty as an evening waist were toe pointed corselet belt. The sleeve is
S of detach le kind..Such a loose puff to the elbow, three tucks
yoke but of dae ez e ,ed. Sucrunning across the forearm to match:
a oe is pictured here. The material those on the body of the blouse, and
is a white crepe de chine, cut with. a lace trill making a smart finish at
road neck, the lining of the closely, the edge. The guimpe is fashioned
tted and weH-boned variety, and the with yoke ad deep sleeve cuff o the
goods shirred all around the decolle- repe; or these may be of lace or em-
,V&e. Three graduated tucks run all broidery, or of ribbons fagotted to-
rouron the body, the fastening being gather With fancy stitches.

Two .w rles. Kam a
When ~Beffield first became famow
for its cutlery a pecularly shape
knife, designed for a variety of nes.
was made with great care and mat to
the agent of the Cutler's company t
London. On one of the blades wass
graved the following aMleae;:
Loadeo. for thy ite.
Show me weh apether kab,
ITe London cutler, to show tha
aey were equal to their 8effield
brothers, made a knife with a singl
well tempered blade, the blade having
a cavity containing a rye straw two
and a half inches in lenth, wrhey ase
rounded by the steel; yet, notwhtad
Ing the fact tat e Ie w" win
tempered, the straw was net brd.I
lnged or charred In thels It Iti
seedless to add that the sB M cut- .
rs acknowledged thmdve --
in ngu I~L.

mYfeif have known, women who are
not above sending tfo clothes on ap-
probation. carefully makingg the pat-
tern and getting Ageh copied by a
cheaper dressmaker.- Lady Beary
Somerset In Bek and-White.

Everybody has brd of the smafi
faet of tthe .lamie@ P ta. But it is
not so gleeray known that they ecm-
monly have but ouIIR :,, Ths 1a, how-
ever, the fact. Tbgtreat toe of the
females of the. grt gaki sad of some
of the itferor claus alam, Is the only
one left to act with any freedom. The
rest are doeflled w0iwn under the foot
In their tedere m1~cy ad retaIthe
by compression and-ght bandages tll
they unite with anb are buried in the

Grwmp.me' Op Work Toka.
"Why does Dr. mGnpse always 1
openwork soclks?
"He says that. having been a bac
lor for fbrty-flve fom. the kind w
holes in are the itly ones in which
feels natural."-Cleveland Leader.


Testimony to the Efficacy of the N
Solentifle Dandruff Treatment.




James C. Rowe, of Livingston,
Mont.: "Herpiclde cured my dandruff
and stopped my hair."
Range McCombs, St. Anthony,
Idaho.: "Herpicide cleaned my s.'alp
of dandruff and made my hair soft
as silk and glossy."
W. H. Otis barber, Champaign,
Ill.: "I need Herpielde on one cus-
tomer for dandruff and on another
for falling hair with excellent re-
F. W. Woody, (assistant postmas-
ter), Champaign, Ill.: "HerpicIde
completely stopped my falling hair."
J. J. Bentley, Sheridan, Wyo.:
"Herplcide excellent for cleaning the
scalp." For sale by W. A. D'Alem-
berte, druggiet and apothecary, 121
South Palafox street, or send 10c in
stamps for sample, to The Herpiedde
Co, Detroit, Mich.






1. The netting used should hav
meshes fine enough to prevent the pai
sage of mosquitoes (at least 18-2
meshes to the inch.)
2. It is important to screen the wil
dows and soots of the house. It 1
doubly important to screen the bed
of fever patients.
3. Mosquitoes can bite through moi
quito nets when any part of the pat
eat's body is in contact wub the net
4. Frequent examinations should b
made to see that there are no tor
places in the netting or that no mot
quitOes have found a lodgment in
5. The netting should' be well tuck
ed in to keep mosquitoes from entei
6. It mosquitoes are found within
the netting they should be killed it
side and not merely driven cr shake
7. All cases of fever should b,
promptly reported to the local health
officer. Awaiting his arrival the:
should be covered with mosquito bai
Facts Bearing on Mosquito Destructioi
1. Mosquitoes live in the vicinity:
IL which they breed. They db not of
ten fly a long distance.
2. Mosquitoes breed only in watei
-usually n artificial collections o
fresh water.
3. The young mosquito, or wriggler
lives in water at least seven to twelve
4. Although the wrigglers live im
water, they must come frequently t(
the surface to breathe.
6. Coal oil on the surface of the
water prevents the wrigglers from
6. Destroy the breeding places and
you will destroy the mosquitoes.
T. Enrpty the water from all tubs
buckets, cans, flower pots, vases, once
every forty-eight hours.
8. Fill or drain all ponds, ditches
unfilled postpoles, and the like.
9. ,Change regularly every oty all
water needed in chicken coops, ken.
nels, etc.
10. Treat with coal oil all standing
water which cannot be screened or
drained (1 ounce of oil will cover 15
square feet of surface). The oil does
not effect the water for use if the wa-
ter is drawn from below.
11. Where oil is apple' to standing
water It must be distributed evenly
over the surface.
12. Put fine wire netting over c!s-
terns, wells, a"d tanks of water in
everyday use.
13. Places in which it is undesir-
able to put oil, such as watering
Lagbh for stock, lily ponds, and so
trth, can be kept free from wrigglers
by putting in goldfish or minnows.
14. Clean away all weeds, grass and
bushes about ditches, ponds, and other
possible breeding places, since these
afford a hiding place for the mosqul.
15. Clean up vacant lots and back
rards of all cans, tins, bottles, and rub.
14. First do away with, or treat, all
place where' mosquitoes are known
o breed, and then begin rt work on
laces where they might breed.
17. Inspect ant' treat with coal oiL
grter, culverts, ditches, manholes,
catcbaig basins, ets., along the road-
side. Manhole covers should be
18. Houses should be cleared of
oosquatoes by burning 1 pound of in-
met powdWr or 2 pounds of sulphur to
.000 cuble feet of space. The mo.
toes will tall to the floor and should
be collected and burned.
19. auecess in mosquito destruction
slepens upon the cooperation of the
numbers of the entire community.
2. While the infection of yelow

The Quality Store.


In a sr as the saeln Ibtek t.l r s-I
eatry on a ngra aN m e.l er|I l
earss, is the rgg twes of Boeosa |
weh Soe backto debert Ile rtt t ILa
tSe year St. Neat paat o aad-
ty eomes the Ban fL taly, wib t*
the let century, bowemr, has been S
tid in Austria, the sa sad Behai
t Fance being nt reay "aMn bMt
m ebly Chabo tbr eafl corsecti
wtth the bouse of ban belMg by =mar- .^ u i ce Is

Then comes tMe houe of Narbone- t r .
Pel, the head ot wch ies the De de ul r Sf t
Narbome, who an tree his lineage P
back withbot interrption to th year
910. Of course In making this asse
tion, I do not take ato consideration
the Imewhoat myta iWl eaa i aim k The following circular has been ;i-
Duke vis-Mrepl to be dcead- sued by the Public Health and Marine
Dubkeea Ii-Mrepl to be dscend- Hospital Service and sent broadcast
ed in a direct and nbroken line fro over the country. It is being display-
Jacob's son, Levi. He has among bl ec in all postoflces and other promi
family pictures ege 1d painting n nent places and will, no doubt, have
which the Holy Virgin is represented an excellent effect:
as requesting the former Duke of No Moquitoee-No Yellow Fever.
Leis-Mirepoix to put on i hat, which Treasury Department,
he had do fed in saltato, she best Bureau of
depicted a uttering the weds Public Health and Marine
Course a va AnthrHospital Service.
PlCotvrn vn 530 comsi. n Note.-The measures herein men
picture epreat am ancestor f toned were recommended by the Army
the Duke of Levi-MHrepoix navi. medical board of 1900, and have been
gating a small boat oa the waters endorsed by the American Public
of the delge, he beiag too exclusive Health Association and by the First
and high toned to share the ark with International Sanitary Convention of
the Neah family and its belj-wo gqn.- American Republics. They have also
London Chronicle. been Justified by the experiences and
observations of the two working par-
Ither Cahiese n wimes m. ties of the Yellow Fever Institute of
Many of our p p*lak of Chin this Beureau in Vera Cru, Mexico,
Ma any o or ploteotl Clonr and by the commission of the Pasteur
as a land o ignorant oelles who Iare institute of Paris, France, operating in
so inferior to ourselves as to riseRio Janeiro, Brazsl. The measure
scarcely to the plane of human being. have been testeas successfully on a
The fact is that China contains a great- large scale in Havana. Cuba, and dur-
er number of educate and cultivated ing the yellow fever epidemic at Lare.
people thanany other country a the do, Texas, in 1908:
world. Their culture I not ik eor, The infection of yellow fever is car.
but it is based uponn 10g stody of lt- rieo' by mosquitoes, and by no other
erature, ethls and philosophy, and t means is the infection spread.
has been transmitted through many Persons take the disease by being
neatons. The Chinese have not bitten by mosquitoes that have pre-
gene how to act tegethae not vously bitten a yellow fever patient.
well learned hodw to net taetr. Oth- The mosquitoes to become infected
erwie we should never hav dared to must bite a yellow fever patient dur-
treat them recklessly and unfairly.- ing the first three days of his attack.
Review of Reviews. These first three days, therefore, are
the most important time for prevent-
A Wayr om Wemesm i av. lng the access of mosquitoes to a fev-
I have heard that women are die- er patient.
honest in the way of sending to mil- It Is often difficult to Wecide during
liners for boxes of hate on approval, the first three days whether a patient
keeping them for a week, and, when has yellow fever; hence the necessity
they return them with a note to say in threatened communities of placing
that none suits, the owners find that a mosquito bar immediately around
each has been worn osncers. i every patient who has fever of any
each has been worn &Ml, If not sa8.
eral times, and this fact Is betrayed kind, and for three days at least.
by innumerable pin holes. I certainly Facts About Screening.


x Armures,

x Mohairs,

x Serges,

x Lacanias,

x Poplins,

x Mon Reve, (S, )

x Crepe Cloths,

x Shower Proof,

x Melrose.

Also a Full Line of Trimmings to


We have also in stock a New Line of

Skirts and Cloaks

Yours for Qualty,

W. J. & B. FORBES.

-------------------------------------- se.

Put Out the lit Put In the New I


Why not put new Furniture throughout the home and
let the old so?
You @a *ot Mewr Fuurture and
Pay For It WHil Usngl t.
This Is a proposition no married man and woman san
let pas by. Renpmber, anything you want at aimst
your own time fof paying for it. There's high quality in
every piece too, and our reputation stands a a guaran-
tee behind it. Just think of it. bedroom suites as low as
120.00, anf rockers from $1.25 up to $20. Mattreses
from .$2.5 to $16.

-A *TdWAVAlf& InB lAIA



KI84V S. Pedfom St. Phone 148. Pensol0a Fola.




MA Sk fm d 0Yer4& rSeA aWt dielmiu uis ad -Ub *L
All pss p m~ve agty

blat od rg stores. o rat

p p3O 0 Oxc

fevr ontO the M
fever b" pmsd. bmsb

00 pemoot dwveiwiw o ~2
Pft nO

Announce Specialel

with implicit confidence in the present, and a great future for Pam-


takes great pleasure in announcing-
Their Readinese for a Large Fall and Winter Buanes.
We have ordered, are receiving, and continue to receive as fast as
goods are peeked and shipped, the largest assortment of Fine Greese
ee that it has ever been our pleasure to handle-becauswe we feel and
know the people of Peasacola are capable of rising superior to say coa
lamity that arifae, and that on the wave of prosperity comes the de
sire to Pre sad Fholeome Table Foods.

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Our Hobby.

In our Cafe and Refresh-
ment parlor is


In buying our supplies
we insist on purity--quali-
ty, not quantity, and the
greatest care is exemreled
In Its preparation, thus
insuring to the public
that thboaugh cleanliness
demanded in things to eat
and drink.

Kandy Kitchen Cafe.

1H S, PawaK. Phone 999

fever is earre y a l Sds oat
moauitto (the UIiLM). to 1Mr
its dmtresuvt It Is L0 1113 to 1 d
troy aDll W n Iaa,
In dolMa55 W-to y,_- r *o ao
ieouvidu aa*sm. eolr khe
effectve i a4f
selves as lMaal lo the
Ma-te htr St GMem 8 sa se o,

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The JournaFs Cfasioed Cash Advertisements

| r ct M eas loreuem. .f ar MeX 99* --* m'A MW eeaseI t haaw s a* x speeaorte 9m ens gntluo.


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WAN,'%"D.-Young women of good WANTED.-Men and boys wanted to
character and high school education, earn $5 day, after two months in-
cr the equivalent, to train for nursing. s ruition, position guaranteed. Special
lnquire at Superintendent of St. An- tuition half price, few days only. Coyne
temty's hospital, Pensacola, Fla. Bros. Co. Plumbing School, New York,
2 ctlw. Cincinnati, 0., St. Louis, Mo. (Free
ca talogue.)
WANT ).-When In need of char-
oal ring telephone 591. 1,000 WANTED.-Machinists experienced
b sels always on hand. Orders de- principally on vise, laae and planer
lered to Dummy must be paid for work. Aa'dress Z06 W. Seventh St.,
tI advance. Geo. A. Vucovich, whole- Cincinnati, Ohio 24octlw
ale ad retail dealer. P. O. Box 534.
ISO6 1)l.. I WANTED.-Exxperienced mill mant
WANTE)-Complete copy of The and machinist is open for position to
Peas--ola Joornal of May 23, 190. It run saw mill for some one who has
stated 12 pages. Anyone posses- mill and timber. Can give first-class
Sa o plet cpy will confer a fav- references. Aodresa P. 0. Box 319,
SThe Jo lby o notify this Pensacola, Fla. 17octlw-
Goe "ad the copy will be gladly paid WANTED.-Men and oys wanted to
Mr. Ot earn $5 day, after two months in-
W ED-ee one wh su le struction, position guaranteed. Coync
WATID.-ome one with uitabl Bros. Co. Plumbing Schools, New York,
ot to build a ive room house for me, Cincinnat. 0., St. Louis, Mo. (Free
lad sUw me to pay for it in insta- catalogue.) 6octly
os -- matalogue) will-

1 GIUoo InvtLenu, It i as wua -
.g/ to pay a air rate of interest Ad- WANTED.-An intelligent person may
drsse A. J. omer, care Jornal. earn $10 to $15 weekly in spar
ctlm*. time corresponding for newspapers;
S _. no canvuasing. 9nd for particulars.
-We want tae uc to remember that Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport,
, m back at our old stand n East N. y 3oc3m
Go vea t street, and sello y ro-
c1r aAd Pod6oe cheer thaa my WANTD.-By Chicago Manufactur-
cther n Peacola. We men I Hou pa. of trutworthynew
*tat we GeO m W. .ryer & ao. somewhat familiar with local territory
3Spt. as assistant in branch office. Salary
$18 paid weekly. Permanent position,
WiG & tHUA, cStracStig painters No investment required. Previous ex.
a Fd dFor-to&a. F ie valiJting perience not essential to engaging.
ad S1. ihe1 Sign phIne p Address, Manager Branch-es, Como
ity. Residence hebo 24. 2aug. Block, Chicago. 3oct3w*

90 TOU w t o buy er se anything
4A l vwat ad wfl bring wodertal
e u. I t is C t oo --~t~ise--

WANTI-Baullag and transfer
wor. Oace phone 363. Residence

WANTED.-Parties in need of carpen-
ters, please ring up pnone No. 776,
or apply to L. Redenback, business
agent, room 1, old Armory building.

3 A OSt& & White 2Z- N. WANTED.-Ail young persons wno
Farrgo mach are good stenographers or book-
WANTED.-Everybody to know that keepers, that are seeking positions or
o Bled of Coffee may be mitated promotion, to register with us imme-
but ma't be equaled. New Orleans ditely. We can cure you good po
Oer.C To. Jas. McHugh, Pro itions. We are having more calls
Gorcery o. Ja. Mca rop. daily than we can supply. It will covo
aug* you nothing to register with us. Meux
WANTgD -The public to know that & Munro, Proprietors, The Mobile
WANTED.-The public to know that Business College, No. 6344 N. Royal
we are pioneer Coe Roasters of Si Mobile, Al N m eN Roptl
F orid4. New Orleans Grocery Co., t.. oe, A. 1septlm
Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20

WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer
Co wants your moving and haulng.
All breakage guaranteed- T. B. Thor.
sea. Prop. Phone 978. 18Junelm.
We want everybody -o know that we

WANTED-The pubne to know that
PLUTO WATER will cure Congm-
pation. Stomach and lver troubles.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
James McHugh. octl2.

are wholesale and retail giocers and
stlll a* the old stand. New Orleans Monoy to Lo0an.
Grocery Co, Jas. McHugh, Prop. ,__
aug30. MONET TO LAND-On ood real a
WANTED--our electric work of al tate security, or on good colateral
kinds. Let us clean your faas, re- at lowest rate. Leslie Broo".
air your dynamo, do your wiring, etc. Fisher b ldlng. lJa
Lhone 570. Pensacola Electric Co.,. --------- ---- ------
camr Intedencia and Bay en streets. a
ljunelm. ind. Oftpran property. PaYb o
weekly or mantly. Wha m
WANT- D.-SeCond hand ro:ler top money. seA m J. A WlUc- 22 W.
desk. Write P. O. Bx. 354. Governm eGt tStiL SAUI&b n buildIn&
9*.at I w. r4-e

A. R. BINGHAM wants your moving
and hauling. He guarantees all break-
ace. Phone 68.
PARTIES who want to rent houae
Ieas or anything else for tat
mtr. will fnd The Journal Want
As a great help.


WANTED--My patrons to know that
my school will open at the same
place as heretofore, as soon as the yel
low fever si;: a:ion will permit Miss
Vattie Holden. 24sept

WANTED-The people of Pensacola
to cease worrying. Let The Journal
Want Ads solve the problem for yoi.
They are expe-: detectives. and can
fan the man you are looking for It
he is included Li the 25.000 or 30.000
people whic makes the population ot

LOST-Black and white set:;r pull.
answering to name of 'Jack" R-
vard for return to L Jacobv's store.

MONS1 iAN&AD o good me
tate security it ft ama
Bale B laoa & OCa

MONEY LOAN=D Oe all kinds of peO
aonal property on short notice.
Terms eay. J. W. Bullard. opitairg
28% South Palafox St.. PhoDo 1144



$n 56 rooms and' adjoins Mr. Laz Jaco-
will buy a four room house on Eat by's new place at Fisherville. Desir-
Romana, just east of Tarragona. Rents able home for both winter and sum-
for $8.00. mer .. .............. .. ..15.00
will buy a four room house, corner DO YOU
Romana and Coyle streets, renting for
$8.00 per month. Want to buy, sell, rent or lease prop-
$10o.00 erty, borrow or lend money. If so,
will buy three houses, North Hayn callon or write us at 200 and 201
St., renting for $18.00 per month. Thiesen Building.
will buy three houses. North Hayne,
(new) renting for $21.00 per month.
It will pay you to investigate n S. B Co
of the above. Good interest Is ob L- .B IN Co
tainted from any of them. while the S LOT
property increases in value. "WE SELL LOTS
I -

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of $100 Only.

NNo Taxes! No Interest!

Those. Pebley,
Offce Cor. Romana an1 Palafox St-.
Phone 559.


FOR *RENT.-Large house suitable
for boarding house, 240 E Intenden-

The Surest

Road to. Wealth,
and, certainly, the most safe, is in money
invested in

desirable Real Estate

in a Growing City,
Despite the fact of fever in Pensacola the past summer,
her step in the march of Progress will be quick and
lively. Money invested in real estate in her borders
will prove a bonanza to its purchasers. It will proie
your wisdom to see our list of real estate in the city,
and of farms and timber lands throughout Escambia and
other counties In West Florida. All communications
answered promptly

Pensacola Investment Co.
a. L. YBs mTE afmamnW.
W.. 1. SWIML rfn lit L .SIMPSON, Secretary.
J. L SnUam, VT.4r.as. 4 Iager. KNOWLES BtER Treasurer.
216 South Palafox S strot, Paen colr a Florida.
215 Soeth Palaftx Street, Pensacola, Florida.

I I fO L w..h gas, bath and screened. No.
LLJILE E. BROOU S FOR SALE Apply to H. W. Gibbs, Hardware
2041/ S. Palafox St, Fisher Building. FOR SALE.--Cut Flowers, paper flow.' ept.. Forbes' Store. 13octlmoo
ers and evergreen wreaths. Orders FOR RENT.-Residence lately o"
For Sal. filed for All Saints day. Miss Annie I copied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
F S Jordan, 115 K. Spring St. 24oct8i. LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary.
FOR SALE.-One 3-gal!on cow with 4 afox street
heifer calf two months ola.' Apply FOR-SAIB.-.large quantity of old
Fred Bradley, COO E. Wright. newspapers on bhad for sale. All D IR C O R Y
22octlw* clean, and whole. Only 5c a hundred.
Apply this office.
FOR SALE.-Dr. Boulter's office out- CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
lit, household goods, piano, parlor ALL FOR $1.0 -10 lbs. Granulated. There will be a meeting of this
billiard table. Call at house, 313 N. Sugar, 'A pound Our Own SW cts. body on the first and third Pednea-
Spring St., between 2 and 5 p. m. Blendid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak- Jays of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
Everything cheap. Mrs. H. H. Boul- Ing Powder, this powder Is equal to delegates are requested to be pres-
ter. L2octlw* Royal that costs you 50 cents per ant. Z. W. ROBERTS.
FOR SALE.-Let the Southern Mat- pound. New Orleans Grocery Co. W. L D LAY, President
tress Co., make that old bed new lioc Secretary.
They guarantee all work. Prices low. Penacola Lodge No of P.
Delivery free and prompt. Leave or- FOR SA -outhha f block 211, meets every Mondgy evening at 7:30
ders at Green & Watson's or phone fronting 400 feet on 13th street, b o'clock at tfilr Castle Hall. Blont
193. 17% feet on bay View P1ar; lsoj Watson buildiL, corner Palafox and
south l of bk 213, fronting 400 OGrden street Visiting brethren ea
FOR SAL Fr-Completely furnished feet on 14th St. by 137% feet on Bay iltlly welcome.
house, corner Gadsden St and 7th View Park. The only property adjoain J. E BRBWTON, 0. 0
avenue. Beautiful home. Must be Ing Bay View Prrk that Is now for R. HORSLEI. of R. & X
sold at once-a bargain. Marion Clu- sale. The beautiful view down the
ter. 17octlw. bayou and down the bay can never be Rathbone Lodge No
obstructed. A. V. Clubb. 30Jly 3 0 K. of P., meet every

JUST RECEIVED--Large shipment of
imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint,
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morarao
& Co., ship chandlers and roeers, 701
South Palafox. 4ot

CHICKEN WMHAT proemas 00
Makeliferls especially'F Ab TO4
The cheapest food to be eno1. P. I
Mellen & Co. Phone M4. t
FOR SALE.-I am Florada State AeSS
for Fire and Burglar Proof Sates sed
Var.. Fixtures of all desoriptlo
manufactured by Alpine Safe at
Lock Company of Cincluaat,
Communicate with me for prices Md'
terms before buying elsewha liMaw.
'itt Moreno, Pensacola. Ia.
Do you value your health If a*.
use our pure Blend of Coffee"Dewey"
and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug So
We havo been with you in Peaaco-
la since 1874, and still Intend to stay
.,4. vh Y and serve YOU with the hAbst

of groceries at lowest mar-
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
Co.. Jas. McHugh. Prop. aug2
FOR BALJu -At a saersoe1 ftUratam
store, stock and accoastas. L at
188.140 r. Intendendc. us
WANTRjBD--econd-hand Corn, Oat
and cotton seed.meal acka. Out at
town shipments soliite. Write Ua.
F. S. Mellen & Co. -OmarhIm
FOR SALE---One Choice block aon to
of the ridge east of the eleetris
railway, between Tth and 8th street
Nature has favored thib section and I
cannot be duplicated. A. V. ClubbL
PLUTO WATER-Cares Constipation,
Liver and Stomach troubles. For
sale, wholesale and retail by Jas. Mc-
Hugh. octl2.
FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New
City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court House.
FOR SALE.-Shingles and Wood fo.
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'j
Mill. just west of Muscogee whar.

FOR SALE.-My residence on East
Hill. either including whole block
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
quarter block of five lots. Apply at
my office, Thiesen Building for furth-
cr particulars. C. W. HagergnaM

00 TO TURTON for all siu aI8m
Cameras loaded and unloaded tfr
of charge. He makes bet photo-
rapbh in Lte 9o t. 3M yeare a I
or. U1Jaa
FOR SAi,.-10-room nose. eor,
lot, 3 blocks from Palafox. lot Sa
192 on car dne. For particular, i.
quire of Standard Clothing Ca
29 Jan.

SAL, FOR $1--10 Ibs. Granulated
ornU aITij D aMut of mOaso to 1o,0 Sugar. 1 pound Our Own Freshty
S Lte t basetal h e t Parche Mocha and Java Coffee. 1 lb.
Spe a raeWe tO bs81ness a oU Dalarge Aldernay Baking Powder. this Powder
lout Pans at. e New kis equal to Royal that costs you 60
cts. per pound. New Orleans Grocery
At L .. a...- --L_ Co. lloct
n.bum r mnw~wuuw

k aFOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
402 S PALAFOX ST. old Berksbire herd toar, Duke at
,MONEY IU LOAN US AMONlS, Florida. No. 66,923. Also some fte
Watches. Chains. angs and all KtinUs young pigs. 1 six-monts-old boa-, al
of collateral security t lowest rate of registered and transferred. Carl Set
tt Bararsi unre.eemed teraind. Chipley, Fla. 18Jy
... FOR SALE.-Fine Horses and Mules
for sale at all times. Turpentine
IOTEL ACCOUI ODATIOIS operators- wants given special atten-
tion. Call on or address Dillon &
VANCE'S HALL. NORTH OF ASHE- Penuel. Mar anna, Fla. Sacti1x
CELLENT TABLE. ADDRESS %\vANTED.-You to know that you ea
VANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N C. buy nice. clean old papers at sts
S'-sep~. office cheap.

FOR SALE.-Comlc "Stegomyla" pos-
-tal cards for sale at White's Re*.
taurant, two for 'five cents. Outside
orders will not be flled unless cash
and .poetai e aeftnpanes order. Or-
der quitc. t8ept.
FOR iSALA-,Pcd--h.and eaas rehl
tr in peiect codition. Will l'"
aMh or ar t.te A real bargain. Can
*e seen at tiie c gah's.a 2mda
,.-i: .IW , ._.. . .
GROW oGINM Large profits.
Room in yburf grd. Rooht for ale.
WrIts tod ftoi'nlter"sura Bucking.
ham's Ginase. Gintn, Zanesville, 0.

r amS" Roonms
u ,<< rh , . BOARD11 WANS D-43 E. Gregory
street. Good location with or with-
out rooms. I act m *

WANTED--A few boarders at 318 W.
Belmont. 13oct3wks*

WANTED.--Onfl or two roomers; men
preferred Apply or address No. 17
W. LaRua, cIy. loctlm*

BAT HOTEL-Open night and day.
Europes plan. Rooms light and
eesa. Transient trade olloted, 17s
579 South Palatfo. lo. Nicolaa,
pmop. taov.

Mrs. J. J. Rogers has nursed yellow
fever very successfully through sev-
eral epidemics of the past, both in
iPenaaoola and New Orleans, and now
offers her services to those requiring
a trained yellow fever nurse. Call on
her at 1408 East Gao'sden or phone 853
--4 rings. 10oct1m

specialty and your bualnmas will
lave careful attenatn. D. Hale Wil-
4on Co.
Call at The Journal office and get
old newspapers at 5c a hundred. Clean
and whole. Good lor wrapping paper
or to put under matting.

STkurday evening at 8:0M
o'clock a their CaMI
ba third floor. Blount.
Wtoua building, & ooth
we t corner Palatfo and
OGade street Visiting knlghtso
mordalliy weloQled
1 1. CBRUTL. 0. Q
C. J. Levy., of R. I &
Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of Columbus
are held at their hal,
No. I West latendeg
ci el street on every
SMonday evening at
7:30 clock. An In
vitatlon is ezteadd,
to visiting Knights.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
Penuwse-a Mcegek 4 .L. 0. O. P.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. IO. 0. .,
meets every Thursday evening at 7:o4
at the new hall on West Uas(M
street. VlstiUng bretbren cordal'-
invited. T. G. STINSON,
B. R wixKOVSKI. Secretary.
Naomal dodge A. 10. Iebekah %1I.
tenr eets every Monday night at
I o'clock I L 0. 0. Ha.L rVi.
ting sisters cordially Invited to -e
present. MRS DeTHAYER.
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first anC
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West late&
dencia Street.
A. G FELL, Press.
J. t. SWT'NUT. Se.
Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W..
meets in Pythian Hall let and 3rO
Wednesday in each month. Visiting
sovereigns cordially invited.
F. A. BOrHICH. C. C.
W. O. W. C., Oak Gr) e, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday,
of each mrnth at 3:30 p. m.. 3rri floor
Whtson building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garden streets Visitinq
sovereigns cordially invitrd. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen,


AS 4 PREVENTIVE try Lewis' an',- -NOTICE.
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cur-s
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a In re estate of Edwin C. Dansby, de-
good liver regulator. You need it at ceased. Notice is hereby given to
this time of the year. On sale at ali creditors, legatees, distributes, and all
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., Iast persons having claims or demands
Government street. Price, 50c. against the said estate to present
13seplm. them within two years to the under-
I signed.

0rigia, Fled a r ad Alalaa always .
Carrabelle, Tallakhas ad rgl Railead S.
Schedule facing Effect May 6. 19 j.
Sunday Sunday
Southbound No. 1 only only
No. 3 No. 5
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.m 7:50a.m ........ ......
Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45a.a 11:35an ........ .......
Lv Cuthbert..... .... ... 7:50a.m 4:05p.m ........ ........
Lv Arlingon....... ...... :10a.m 5:15pm ....... .......
Lv Bainbridge.. ....:....:00a.m 6:55p.m 6:20am ........
SA Tallanassee ...........12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05am ........
Lv Tallahassee (S. A. I* Ry) 1:53p.m 4:00a.m ........ ........
Ar Jack'ville. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p. 10:50.m ..... ......
Lv Tallahassee.. ........ 2:00p.m 8:09a.m 8 15am 8:50p
Lv Socnoppy.. .... 3:14p.m 10:00a.m 9:29a.m 9:54p.a
Lv Lanark.. .. .... .. :45p.m 10:45a.m 10:05a.n. 10:26p.m
,Lv Carrabelle. .... ....... 4:00p.m ........ 10:135.m 10:35pm
Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7:00pm ...... ....... ........

Northbound onlI
No. 2 No. 38 No.
Lv Apalachicola.. .... .... 6:30a.m ........ .....
Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. ..11:30a.m 2:00p.m 6:00;
Lv Lanark... .... .. .. 11:45a.m 2:20p.m *6:745
Iv Sopchoppy .. .... .. :16p.m 3:14p.m 7:21l
AT Tal1h ai-;,ee.......... 1:30p.m 5:00p.m 8:35p
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. 1L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:00p.m .....
Ar Tallanasset(9.A.L.Ry.).. 3:10p.m 10:00p.m .....
Lv Tallahassee.. ........ :25p.m 6:35a.m 8:45p
Lv Bainbridge.. .... ... $:25p.m 8:27a.m Ar10:25p
Ar Arlington.. ...... ... 7:25p.m 10-l a.m ......

ly only
6 N. 4
p.m ~4:30am
pm 4:46&M

p.m 6:Sa
lO: 16s..

Lv Cuthbert,(C. ofGa.Ry.) .. 8:43p.m 11:55a.m ........ Ar1ll:3S.tM
Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:35.
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7:55p.m ........ 7:5a.e
- -- - - - A - -- -- a L-

NOTICE::-Trains No1. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, -
of Shotwell Street, Srainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Balnbrldge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. wim be
en sale at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
*Tral No. 6 will stop 36 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
General Manager. Trav. Pas. Agt. Gen'l Pas. AgL
Tallahapwe. Fla.

Proe0nud Directory.

Room 406 Thlemn Buildlng.

rrn amsmmemmmm

At torneyd Cowuml Lao w
108 East Qevenhment StrM
General Law Praeoi

Room 00 Thiesea B'i. Phase 79M

Fisher Building, 204'/s Seth Palafte

PHONE 8525.


Room 8, Brent Bullng. Phne 9L


Attorncyad CounscUJor tiw
401 Thiseen Buildin


Manufacturers of
and Dealers in

Office, Brosnaam buildia a t
to Pensacila Blsinesp Co!lee.
Prompt attention always given
to business. Pusaeola. ia. I
^- i< --



CaifornIa ad Nmko#&
Chicago, Omaha. St. Louls md Kam
City Is the

Union Pacifio
sad connections, with throouh sloeg
One-way colonist rates on sale froa
September 15th to October lst. 1M
To California, Oregon, Washligtou
Montana, Utah, etc. *
Special round trip rates to C aofee
ala and the Lewis & Clark xtpWs-.
tion at Portland. Oregoa. until .
tember 28th.
Ask for through rate from your
station and secure literature In
formation freely given.
General AgML
12 Peachtree St.. Atlanta. Or
0. W. LYT, T. P. A.

.s -.. ..SLA.es i

W. G. BARROW, Maetr.
And all point on St. Andrew 14
Carrabelle and Apalavfglaj

Leave Pensacola Sundae, a:)e
m. for Mobile. Alam
Leave Penaacola. Tuesday. 8:80
m., for Lt Andrews, Millvie, Amg
lac'icola. Carrabelle and intoemedi~e
For additional Itfo-mation ammw at
A. R. COBB, Preeadi
Gen. rt. and Pass. Agt
Pensacola. la


Goldstucker Bros.


Hack Excbanke.

RBaULAB MAIL n ic.N--O d onati e Oct. 24th. 1905. Administrator All first-class, rubber-tire4 vehicles
vance for traeln puble. D Baly 24octoaw8w. and gentle horses. Phone 814.
vio each waY. 2rom 4hipley to Bay. w
bead Address J. M. Tdggle. Clhpley. PENSACOLA, FLA.
S24nch' Notice of application for permit to
sell liquors, wines and beer. Where- -- -- -
REAL ESTATE. as. William Lewis, has filed with the M n 1
RIEAL STATE in all parts of a t Board of County Commissioners for RUM OR S FALSE.
?on buy the grond and we wai Escambia county, Floria'a, his applica-
'tUild your house on lfag time Par ytion for permit to sell liquors, wines Rumor that we are to close O place
mnts D. Hale Wilson & (o. and beer in Election District 15 of said, cf business during the feer eltuation
county and state; any citizen of such N h i
TAILORING-BE L Diamoad, Tallor. election district may show cause, if entirely false. No uh IdMe. We are
Gent's clothing cleaned, presed and iany there be, at the meeting of the open for business and in peltion to
ea red on short otice. No. 11i4 Board to be held Tuesday, the 5th day capably handle same.
vWest Government AtL. Pensacola, Fla o De-ember next, why such permit THE LEWIS BEAR CO.
Ide1 should not be granted. A. M. McMil- 20o
lan. Clerk of the Board of County Com- oct
Keep your system in good condition missioners, Escambia county. Florida. TO THE TRADL
and you need not fear any disease. By L. G. Amard, Depoty Clerk. T T
PlUto, the great stomach healer, for 17oct.oaw4w. On account of quarantia we wu
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. not undertake to establih a raeb
' eHugh. BARBER SHOP ANNOUNCEMENT. house in Pensaool until sase sa *e-
voked. We will ake all il aad
SAILMAKER. We have now in our employ Dick grain shipments from Mobile Ala.
J -H. PORTIJR seUlau .er, 716 Soua Gagnet, the well known tonsorial ar- Same will go forward promptly. Sd
Pflai t tree Orders taken for tist. You will find him at the Collins us your orders for high grade ela
teats, awtangs, camp stools and hose Bros. Barber Shop, 204 Palafox 8t. POUR D I. 4O.,
oes, etc Prices reasonable. luaj 18octlw. 14septln J P.' DarI ASt.

L&UE.&Lkt.N.ad CA E.3.
2ftvuYvbCw wl ONIOA00 A&

WInmina a saL f mewa TmOO

Hooon's Pharmacy-the
of preme delivery. Open
Phene 911

a alaie

cia. Apply J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
FOR RENT-A five-room cottage,
11lfn. r. Cervantes 2 hblocka from car




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E.-- Ill*I 11r A IA1 IM 1 ^ 9-

atau la w. fortpaaids tO01, O sa r;C

r Ia i* The $twr, T taArrmves uThit e *mr -tp-m.
Syaou. tabro, D as, 1anse, Ham s D I

Goulding Relay Camp. Oct. 23.-We alHata, Br. a, Peters, 2298 Norfolk
are all feeling good thLs a. m., bunch- The West Palm Beach Gun mays: _to Master. ma, Peterso228, N tire. I
and be well dressed. ed around pine knot fires In our camp The Coist Line Canal and Tramspor- oep__ _e 1 -. r. ieatllmr frm Vorn W 11-w s eW ua- a
H These otb hai the All hands are weather prophets, and tation Company is now being confroat K I ,t ? Co3 Label, Ple from Vera
t kg a evacuation of our quarrs- ed wit a danger which, Uialen prp-* R TILL a Bnro .d
iwgee sad made by the here in a few days. We are 5ll very reaching, than bie Gvernor's Vto B s Rio Janero to the W. 8. Keyser Co.
t talent in anxious to see an earl; frost to ki sthe bll allowing ttem two ears c ilaagton, Br is, Whyte, 88, Gl-..-.
be td, the yellow Jack stegomyla, but are tension of time to complete their great iton- to J. A. Merritt & Co. "
*0bleut.. .
Dnot at all kicking to get away fri East coast waterway. Manuf CtUS fs, Tugela, Br as, Lacocl, 2148, Vr -
S .O. our camp. We have all become some~ I st Sunday Mesars. Wn. Thorne MOBILE, ALABA?4AII r to H. Bars & co.
what attached to the old camp-ground an' Geo. W. Brown, two. we1Z known ,Visvia, Span 55, Bustina. 1988, A L I
and each other, so much sO that we cntrctors of this city. wer down at erpool, to Gulf Transit Co.
annot helpp looking forward with Rll1boro river in a launch, and they / A I .
Heavy hearts to our parting. We will report that the much dreaded water
sing very approp1Aely the son hyacinth has made itS appearance in. Kaiser t er ship Mrt* 1 W |nd S u pl
f *"O .o "0 Mt I leave My Pleasant Home. the canl and is rapidly increasing. -- men o Mater. W n
& oI'- How about you Escambia boys? Mr. Thorne told The Tropical lun yes- Naval Storee Mlkwet Nor. ship Uala, 1245, Andreuben. - ..M... and Rep tr-er- .
What has become of your correspon- terday that hyacinths can be een in Savannan, Ga., Oct. 28.-The naval from Leith, to Manter. t FCI.RYV AND OLRH
Sent? You need not come with any small patches all the way from Uttle stores Market closed to-day a tot- I. ship Trinito, 1472, Santagule, a 1
for there I( not a possum and yam some of the groups of the plant had WW .........................5 40 Jpo o goVaf F all RhWy day or seghiC
20&I20t S, PllO,. taters in Escambia county. Fla, that assumed dangerous proportions. It WG.......................5 40 ar e o a o ay ash
can come up with one which ras. seems that near Boca Ratone there is N ........6 .............. Bonhear, Nor bk, Anderson, 11, for we M cKy A C.' eebrated Log aUd Timber I
Sbe Home of Selma, Ala.. sent to her an artlfcial pond in waich has been M ............ .. .. 20 leetwood to Southern States Lanm- Oheust 0a1 desrptioms.
Husband Mr. Joe Horne on., Friday eve placed some of the hyacing r fore K........ .. ...... ........5 00 b Oer Co. 1* o PHIL WIT.UA
-one of the largest, fattest, Juciest irentation, ano it is the opinion of I........................4 Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olu&e, .Aiie. PIM. fU. P. 0. U
and sweetest ones in Dallas County, those in a position to know that some H............ ..........o..4 n h Awpp, to Pitch Pinhe Lumber Co. g
Ala. Nicely baked whole with yam of the flowers have drittedout of the G .. ........ .. ........... 4 Nor. bk. Bbeneser, 771k QualLS foa
taters packed all round htm under pond into the canal. ..... t.h...r4 L a70- L o :- -to- J .... io
him and on him. all nicely packed is Mr. Thorne said it was his opinion E. .... ...................4 25 G4lbaldi, Ital bkl, Ag.n. 141, Sn M ss . . N
S a large baket. After taking out the tf at if some immediate steps were nt D ............ ........... 4 15 Gloucester to order. H.I t TON N& ..
possum and taters we beheld another taken to. xtermlinae the plts it C.. ..............S.........4 05 er bk. Gesan, 1 l rm W. LA S t. IMt.
large hea.p consisting of fried chick- would not be more than six or eight Spirits Turpentine 6 t 6% cents. Hamburg. .
ef l-ae to sma ywr clotheoto be in. nice large rolls, sweet pickels ani months before they would have as- n N or. bk. E J. picer, Capt. Patter
gaMed, Pr-med or Repaired. Irish potato salad such as could be sumed such proportions as to prevent Deeline iT Spirits. at', LaGuayra, Keyer & CO., 1U6 8.
e b (aa psitiom to andse prepared only by the tiny hands of the passage of launches through the The Weekly Industrial Record of Nor. bk. mst Craft 1i41, Joh10O,
weak mr- eSclttly than ever. all such good ladies. The possum canal, and tbis can readily be credited Saturday says: fom Dublin to Manter,
was nicely carved by Mr. Horme, and hen the rapid growth of the hyaeiath The change in the tone of the nay. Kormos, Nor bk, Isaklna, 1227 ~ DESI NAo, -AlWITORY OF UNITED S
M &W La RtaE, ball placed on the supper table upon ii taken inth y consheration. sei stores market was atll a evidence IAldoM._o-10
which we feasted sumptuously, ex- It is believed that as soon as the o1. yesterday and spirits of turpentitlie Nor. bk. Mocoo, 1052, Bllifren, from Cap t aI .t_.l, --- ,000 Suepe, 540,0
-. M U. ^ PU 'r-.* tending thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Horne cials of the Canal Company learn of sent lower In price, with the probabH- UITerpool, to Alex Zelius. .s- I.F
1, 1 ai Sreet. for the treat. Now boys we all k, ow the conditions that exist they will ity from the day's developments, that Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsean, 41 Por Hary L CollMa. .. Ae l.
that there is no such possums around commence war on the pretty plants a still further decline is on the card. grnd to A. Zeltus. s M. Avey.
your camp as this, and no yams i which have caused so much trouble to The market opened steady at 68j Wetner, Nor bk, Tonnersot, 840, W. ]. Sh
A 1--T-MA S TASTE IS BEST around such as you say you get. reaigation in the St. Johns river ana' cents, with sales of 19 casks, and Rotterdam. Q. IPTy
I:m SUITED WITH A We are again indebted to Mr. J. B. other waters in the upper part of the closed steady at 68 cants, with further W.ldwood, Nor. bk., Nllson, 1476, Will B. W. OwSaOL,
Long for some nice cake which was stat. sales of 118 casks. In the late day Troon to A. Zel.us. W. .. ..a... & A. O'Ntd o
sent him by Mrs. Long, from Centuv no bids were made by buyers nor WA Barkentin ... Q ... W I. B aueCl
M 1M~ o Father Ash sarys he is looking for! 'Lrtie and t eO. any part of the receipts sold. The _.l. Del.h.Bkt,?i, Ra..ua, t" hr M *8d Bk O tl
T E W IAad al box fwom home this afternoon. We Pottmeness Is perhaps Instinctive w reeipts were 660 Cks, and for thee CSr BD l Bkt. 271, M. uMe
a are all gesing wh itsome, but with the majority It is a second consecutive day no shipments .. .. J, B 0,m O.S
A alities ofavorar e ar pleased to note that our of training of the slow and are re reported. for. A.s, Haa,
himandanhim.llnicelygenial MarkiBoghic.Tis bak with i tiw discipline of voieand ey g The osn m... ................. pw. 5e.er paid em Ti. Due.1
andS h ia-t. again. and that Mrs. Boghl o bh is able rragie s m eimm r d iat estr paining r t e D- .ere 1, ..e. s1 oe wa J.s,. ... ........ ----...Gouces ter tore
to be out again, angles. -ers wprsonald-oter-to LI .. ... ......the.r4 05 t obk. in, 1h714 -AMc m. -_u:
SA. Gnhut & Co., ndco l kery is also with us d oWntsb are rubbed ote Iwfpl v fm and un agerrther lee W t o ie C a p. .. ;
again, asking his usual runs. becomes adorned with a pe, ease, en- of 285 barrels. In t atetrading the s Ma y Dai, lvere, 51.
STO Conductor McGill gos out each tenes and simplicity, and what may g er portion of the oerings were .
COLA. FLORIDA. morning and shoots snipes and quai seem to the untrained observer as the taken a. an advance 15 cents on N. A Wa to k.. a ssC. 1 `4o -
Workawe _which are much enjoyed by Mrs. Me- perfection of naturalness may be sci and 5 cents on M. he receipts were The ilaabity of the srk dto rl ts
Gill and Mrs. D. Will iams, who ar e pl. the peerfection otf caltre. 2.139 barrels. No tgitets were ore. thtm wito-ut turnig itself Irt p 12 D E
LvT aery handsomely and comfortably r ported. i tib without etur eios el drt p
domicdled ta a tent near the camp. ACason at e t back yst be k serious laeo me
ST AND ORN MEAL MLLS. from which their meals are turnilshe c teAne to It, and a swimmer with suS-
M n nUm & OO P a Big Drew is kept busy attending rathondiiosoe trhatefu dyris eyltst presence of m dm to await 1 I
to his oa elal duties and taking the are a o ttcmin and then When he turns to d i*
yo AND PURR GRO4ND temperature of all the men in o ams!pv icfuroley asey and. o t' ltoles t The h mrlopend-soteiady at.4sudey er him canb e r us h
pII M mi slk s ftoMT of same to Master of trains, Gonzalez. CoughhealtheSlungsdriverndcentew sles o t0rtad R of an raed bll by coolns C'
D hogWIHArew saye the theomin peter is no god. serious results from a c Cures la Pensacola. Fla.: o Moan aerb to t., oD &n .
Slae eIe ta ts h it never regie above normal grippe ough and prevents peuona Good Middling. ...... ........ .10 and atvil ,. Man's averrk. m to the 1,C
Sand e k nows that everyone ent and consumption. Contains no o Strict Middling............ .... .... 10 shark he stands greatly in his way,
Seno- h each meal thao give him fever ates. The genuine is in a yellow pack- 1 iddling...... ... ............ 9 few wlmers when attacked possess
SFearig thatn twhis article m.n rea o age. Refuse substitutes. W. A. D'Ai- trict Low Middling ............9% I g saufelent coolness and presence o
the waste basket, I will quit. Hoping embete, Druggist and apothecary. Stains and Tinges a to 1 cent lowe. mind at catry the maneuver Into s e-
7ain. A- but thehweste ask te s Hould be worng ww Lvepo IIs. 23.-ti e dallowints
S R re f f Hooons Pharmacy-the Birthplac Ne w sf e t af dWe dIW e is of Vesseldisursed
Ms m d ak erlp i e to P ote tt f Phone are ruling cotton quotations for toa stri al an imals. Did we- know mor any, ,Rowu m l al
Vo. S. VH n. .. ...gegi BHow to Cure Cor and Bunions today: Opn e of the domest e habits of the shark, Norwady, D i ea es Ten es
les in Fwaiatrst, oa thK thi ora noUDn in ..... -...ll.L.ti OJanuary-.. .. .. .........6 0 larn to appreate the virtues that e other European ou |trie r
Down as closely as possible, without b= March.. ......... ....10.34 10.7 d obtle s posises, there can Sbe 1tt
drawing blood and apply Chamberlain'sg eo i. December .........10.26 10. dO ee!bt that the unreasoning aversio. S I |ay ag es ~ -wM ai w 5 w ith
Cously co fire minl at eah appl U Liv ierpool Quottlon ly m ted s t haa t we should ome I
Ple 725. cation. A corn plaster should be worn i Iverpool, Oct. 23.-The following to make due allowances for the pr
Jt eeve-Mackere, e lb, a few dys to protect it from the p are tthe ruling cotton quotato. for to 4se of hunger that at time operates is
].4 Demeless Corned Beef, God shoe. As a general lint ment for .yC to ouD own dsadvta --L0 o4 .p-m m.
f, New Raisins, Harming In Keg, sprains, bruises, lameness and rheu- i nOgcnt-o...... S ..r
to h oilrtiat Bnack Olives, S.ea m it ialmis anequaked. areatotizo....und..r......OT ON'f
p Cod ish, Hallibt, Blaters, e by all uggsts. Dec.-Jan.... ...........5.59 57 Thenweh e nt.i
aNih Oalaas, AOlives laNKegR, Dill Feb.-Mar.. .............. .. .TheW o n e hi of Japan ft m the.
ur eak c-"ougeek Ol ioe,.ip- A btt o r poor Greek ...............6
S Asparm and Tps, L et c h lived I R at the time of bitJainari .a pth
homm, Shrimp, Oysters, Ce. the Emperor A g tus. It shows us = Awawu COUNTERFEITING THE GENUIN me a hab, co tume ad u.-- -S---er, 9..
S Sardinmes, llan Cheese, Itald that wit ofter s fceads where merit ,W Foley & Co., Ch co, origtnated _sinr porcelain, lacquer, painting- -.s. melta
Pa6e, pa3ish Cned Gjo ods itn. Honey and Tar as a throat and luaag the nry liteaauo all have been sub tWMaa. a sUa TRAtSACTnt
F tear, RedBea s .=n B etho t w sa sti l a a gR remedy, and dlon gccoun of the grot i poet to its nluence. No studest o.
a things R ew eansd fresh with t.epror. Dery mrisan ap he merit and popularity of oley's Honey Japqpse elture could ever Ignore Its
Sums. er. yn, g08 w. Palafox Sh waited at the nalap e door n ind a the and Tar many imitations are oaleret4 e It has permeated the ele 9 j. 5.4

e.m- peror pass- out the poet presented te un Tee w-tle a f 2 bot and entered BT 0=PAt
em valItatons have slar- soundingname bode thehumble. pas
htilm witth a vrse or an epigram that s
S ha pd eeeroraccpt Soe aud kBeware of them. T genuine ant have earned to arrange wesIE P 0 ANK Of PIAC
Removai l C8o I0 9 ed the poetry, but ne. paid the pet age. Ask for it and refuseany ua. the U-laborer to oter his sle Draeew4., .
anything. Indeed, his presumption sticute. It is tWe- best remedy e ter and waters. In corn-A.
rather amused the emperor, and, being rs WCW L coughs and colds. W. A. IVAle1n0bete pae piece the Japanese yea TA 4
one day In a merry humor, he wrote a Druggist, and pothercary, 11 South ma M "with w tea ..
On October 16. I will move my stock rerse hlmetf and banded it gravely to P S ao oates trg asa lm tusuptible to h the erl r
Sgroceris and feedstuff from co: t.he p, who wtd for him, a.s uwf o eMne s of the ps Madaa.
ier 15th Avc. and 14th streets, to the t CARD OF THANKS. A A they stigmat te a n ame
store with the blue front on Oorner the p .w dy p M t I TIo M. I*J UPT l anV ol% m eanI sp tar lesson t te in un
of Davis and 1Jord streets- U E thorough and--eolclent yay in whih d ae tragedy, Mus Mot I aeso in
Wlll keep a full and o sckiease uocan.qmptld ..e two or hefu migated my place and furtb W e e ma ncipa dUl d edotboasUow
1 f., cy:and staple groceries .nd e.d feedm r"Pb Ina .....totheeper I tate tht afw --ore .cella in towa switk ts tea" in .-Ste- A
ItsI. Thanking my friends and cus- hand. should be visited and fumigated s tl ---
tomer for past favors. I respectfully Ah. h, "there shold be MIN 1 1T R thoroughly U a prcaution to further "- .Qr_
olict a continuance of same. Call! more, but I give you my ability! If I sickness and a h-arty coop ration Os t ,, es,
ad get prices before purchasing else- were as rich as yM, great Caesar, I tenants and landlords should be met o" ,Youadm mhe
here. rull weights and measures would pay a much greater price for 7 C31. 3M Yr E for the benelt ot aH m d tos smsay that S me
guaranteed. Ring phone 620 and give "ere-." Yours respectfully, wa r man lIl o la m
e yourorder. And it pleasant to be told that th THE KIN now, r J. ld the NA.
,empe thought the Job" worth .M OF ALL Atte eTech.0y, oudmaftkto A iT..s....tk. .
Unless we ba.e li.tatets Itiuctlesserewms,
S- ^ school will open In Pensacola Nowa _
M W ilson. qunt old cre forthe .t-". ,, so CIGARS .. In Meb C.ounty Circuit Court.
yg. -- ewre, rom a seventuesnth entry meG. StaJeg oa t FeloridVa. In Chancery. J. O.t s iuet
Soe-. tw... G.M --desn. et.. .to aow TRYONEa m-ai | ...-,. of ,.M b .r C mPnty and exoM So o w
o_ a s hap m "it pick" sa A b raecrte a man u t5r of estate of Lawrosace
-- nedewe, -a *a.. w.. r man : w -- v~g samid pou. Alexatw, ,dee sed and Maggie Ale.-
p I A Atat a eptneer wo never whe tae at we to wgb ate *ielmW an4r. preelosre of Mortgage. On Y
Sto wed; ecma. wash the hamdkerch a msnS Bnaid. Them e tk 4 Md ay, the 4th day of December, A.
Sn anbs homt m lser's pod; third, dry It Lir "I* bmf e N-- I" wI ft p, M, the M MtW A- r
ies the heae ft a pea wPeho n never eW s X t a mw knewa piuIa t who sIder,* Yed to appear to the bill __ fS wa n solt e
was oee ; fourth. sme It to the S Itre te Ia ly 3 i otgs, M Aled a t her herein. Th& order
Shop at a pbhyielan who ever killed a 2 irift fr go :t. et e b Ihd w wek e1 ai
Ink who neversenated a cSent, adg @ vewamgiSem W.s aii_ I m.. .ma Cat. A.EI
SamasMILnow sixth, apply ft. hot, to Ow gout %l __i__ t othdiag911%AN*erealt COW ft.271
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