The Pensacola journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00753
 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 25, 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: UF00075911:00753
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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The Associated Press




USI T" OF SEmployee Identifies Dispatches to News-

papers and Tells How Mutual's

lAS NW & ftru Cliniek, actuary of the Mutual Life was shown clippings rb number r
W L MWInsurmnce4 o, was the first witness of papers, include the Florida
TORw T I todayT befre the Insurace Investg- Time-Unon and the Atlanta Costl -
SC OWDS g Comittee. He a questioned tuton, and d he believed all were S
as to why the dividends of Athe com- paid for at the rate of a dollar a line.
Spny decreased while the salary of Smith said his id wa to send out
^ 1' -- | k -- -m G Is IIUIIX NEW CASES OF l1V=I AND P dent MeCurdy was being in- e testimony taken before thi CASES RE
,ft'S and a an h I I creased to one 1tmudred and fifty vestigatlol committee that the Aa U-
TWO DEAOTHS RWIRTD- thousand dojafs a year. elated Pres neglected to send. He
CsAqs --e a --anner The lReglar Sessin To Conmm EORGIA HALir.Uo .D I n. Charles J! Smth, who maid be was said he had ben. pai more ta
AS 8 8 SSP A DE- an agent n the employ of the Mutual, $11,000by the Mutual se e nve
S. CIEMS TO RA4SE UAATINE testified that his duties were to conn- tigation began for dispatches Ihport I I
EJVtO AOtESS FROM t M Wl Wteract any inJury done the ual by ng the proceedings, and that the com-
__ JUM F FE*RMWN e D Sm AGAINST ALL POINT& the publication of news stories. He pany expected to pay more till.
PLACC W atK J EFFE ON M 1Daild his salary was eight thousand Smith said ome papers refused to
SWA INAUGURATED dollars a year and that he paid for print these dispatches without mark-
AVI WA INAUUIRAT By A dispatches sent out by a 'telegraphic ing them as advertlsefets. NE DEATH OPWICA
.O.. O ....O..RACY- The regular meoatly season o the --i.a.. .....J -" -- u AND ANOTHE
S cimr--- ------1 to. cit^y council will be heM tonight, and ; STn *. *." _m ir* f- io l lnr TAUlt TThillEAa
INUT temp ea u he temperatur ea, ean l beted that coasiderable bus- e New pOrte eto OctTO -N Tn 1 RE PORT W
In all southern states, as well as in ail # 4 lowing Is the o l t e-
i + -..l.- ..... -T- sections of the country, and the iocal *eer report to 41pSA "SV Y
CT 'I *0 MI0t*AM. outlook is that much warmer weather a number of iportat s that New cases 6; date IU II III
will be expeldeeed during the remain- will demand the attention of the body. 3.309. FU ATION CON
A der of the week in Pensacola. Yester- While t *- Deaths 2; total to ate 437. t
a y light frosts were noticeable in While there are a few o the un- Cases under tru t6. 6 N IU
OW IMmelatedi Pra. Augusta and Macon. buit outside of this clmes absent from the city, it is an-
'Tastueig, Ala, Oct. 2t4.-The pres- a"d a heavy frost at Wtlmi tton, no ticipated that this will not delay busi- ...--. OF I I l III lW _
Mt atd es at eight they thu t wa reported- r.ess, and that the bond matter, which 1
Sa. thesswul wd rc onpedh t hee c wet hr ui l the most Important matter demand- New rleans,Oct. 4.-The clear ow i the
ni 1 bye a sei headed Ti Mayor heavy rosts occurred, but Itoday's i attention of the members, will record of nearly a week without a I|| l II mary of the yellow
. Lo ls. fst was soot4 by a. &loe. at-is rain and warmer weather, come up at this session. death from yellow fever s broken I UU U t up to last nigi
g S, -It tOa *p g oUae l ohis summary of weather condi- Mayor Bliss is daily in receipt of toCay when two deaths % e sannounc- New cas. ......
a te Amm Cenree Feale ti Observr Reed yesterday samd: letters from prominent bankers and ed before noon. No salam J aIt for to dahe seay
"TMere hasV een ma increase in bond men lI the big money centers It ins blleved the Agbt ha pr etically min And N INe ow&in lue Tat i1 tal deaths to d
C be be da hbe faressreefre over the paficlo=te inquirlhg as to when the sale will ode-d"" wnhn -uu Wf 1W H Ww N w, w, ,st *t Pse ---.-
S41 do I MllN Th lge r me Nenrl aln Platoa reglm, and over the north- ended., Cae discarget .
wnl n isoateiisadovr cur, and asking for other particulars, -' -_ ..a ue a
& aW and a asa states to Now gSland, which hasr B P r Ces under trem
I t e -a =4 the disturbance In the L ke Re w ill not be the least trouble in ftoating visit aLeady under way tndicwe t0at Will m
fi-t. .lf oft rw lof tie S o awc est b presur-owex- the Issue. the city wUl el decb' ai never WlNU W illNO. I .. .
e, aa e etea s the pres- tends afrm o ental.Caornla to North emre are also a number of other beofN. -of y
u by the petclaI [tdut ad e it t., whh at this time, and the meeting will no iows are to The street fore, which. f aum Myor Blis who i a belIeve- elsoPed in Pesacoladlu
-:L_^ '2' T NedPlaed .tm rau b m eoto ez infom doubt prove interesting, the eity to am .the.l The. e storeetfores asw bin aged In im- ms.toteo.w. wa the offc.al -,
Sm war. Thea I- aecrftre aa risen -AT---, i 'ranagpe and di iork, will gt odeh believes that the spralag ot oi-at the ooffce of the S
whish th witmemed ptla CahjihaRu, e.A as, IltMtoMtamrn its attention tW the reportag and deuces with the fli farahshed by the Bea~h last night. The
47g e. .. M hoL w etge ...t Mhm An V I acll por city, means s r 4 e h to the a nl i4pl,

-I tene the .a- *Oi~ a d slowly a t -l or- before the expiration of the week, ths .id. If all l.ow .y o the new cases
*. eatS r M o o en o1to Uc tle'Do mms aas t ftt t *n s o1 theaise city,
W aerte n o O* hel ati reles t will see the entire street force en- of believes that it will be a uSet IS eloing.
Sa1bot driavbe tlmt the a Wt egeral orha Bysseoroat rsttltud 6iSst an points. aged l this work of only a very short time before e .lt.
W100f t e IS tohe cdbhaPe sO e mird lito Nebraska ad menrtheast- By or bly e takenSin to. Since the outbreak of yellow f ever will be erade ated. t
W M was l utreeatod oy vrd into the centralvalleys sad ren- St etersburg, Oct. 24.-Tb strike orw. ope g the state to the hestreet force has been enga- The mayor stated yesterday aft oa by any me
ma~me t adne = aMi ess to nessee. Ought precipitation als oc- situation is growing worse, and sever- world. ed in drainage work and in cleaning noon that the spraying mascbhse dst avowed a small lncreas
curred during the past I iShturs I n the the iler rairoad liu are NENT MAN p vacat lots In .'d4 that the city onlya t o iht report an(
SIi tlen.. Lke Region Orega, Wahlatona.of the lerr lN PROMINENT MAN ht be placed in thoth sanltar would furnish free, and s stte helth i e
bed ukt S. a rot rthrn Montna aun,. North akota. line is open, ut It is ad t I in KIL.LED.W TRAIN condition. This work, which no ubt s, the I neesry amount of fluid to
I"lt0r6"W nt'rat left at ten 'The easterly movmet Ontf he the gripof the strikers. ;. bas assisted materially in decreasing spray houses. i n this a er t s are courl ed.
r oi y pression of the depression Toexas Thepalysis of freight tre is al By Associated e. r the sickness, has w been about co dents- can conduct the work mo thr- of new ses has not
will ae a rise the temperature ready severely felt. At Moscow their ilalphi, Oct. 24.-B. Frank p!eted and it has been decided by the oughlyand satisfactory th h preamble gain now fo
over this vicinity tonight, and .show- is danger of a famine. Prices of food Clyde, head of a well known shipping officials to commence the work of the city force spray their htoes, a days, and it Is expect
VISIT TO er ay be expected tonight Wed- are scoring. rm, as killed by a Pennsylvania repairing the streets and thorough- qite a e f will soon be a marked
SCONFEDERACY eda with fresh south to ou St. Petersburg Is threatened with a railroad train here today. It is no' fares of the city, some of which are in bh e ase t e The number of case
Oct 24.-Theeat famine known how the accident happened a most dilapidated condition. ores, a when they can b o- met hasbeen d
train bearg President R, oosevelt ar-' cored there will be furnished by the the smallest number k
D1 tide .osv dent The greatest enthusiasm greet- city at actual cost.
tred b e Tm -skegee at noon' ed the president as he rose to peak. The fluid, says the mayor, is death weeks. This, of course
em the 1swla of whistles and the Following the president's address, tohe mosquito, and in addition I is the physicians, who bai
*" eherg_ at I of citUses who former Governor Joseph F. Johnston, I an excellent disinfectant. The mayor night and day caring fo
U& assme to greet him. introduced a number of young ladies, has in his possession several en- The New Ca
m- t was received by Gov- descendants of Confederate soldiers velopes containing mosquitoes which
ws was received by o-sponsors and nmads of honor of Campi hae been kill(eo in residences. The new ecMes repo
agvo SWts adMamyi Teagoe, head- Hardee, United Confederate Veterans. Aleck Whitwell, 124
Ig a I committee of reception iwo tendered I badge of the Camp. p I MAf I a street.
and escorted by a military and civil The speaker amid the act wai tn el- WILL uI LLL ULW F. B. Touart, 108
W,- to the- historic Capitol and press to Mr. Roosevelt their respect Blanes street.
apes a stand within a tow manof porae nd unsecUal pa. l FOR AMERICAS CUP Mrs Eugene Arbona*
$bes t the spot where Jefferon Davis triot ism and in appreciation of Ms street.
.) teak the oath as president of the Con- kindness to the Confederate Veterans. Francis Pyrits, 100
The president was welcomed to te rom Capitol Park the part bord lndon, t. 24.--- Thomas Ip- 100
tty by Conaessmaa Wiley and to ed a special and magniflciently d'cor-\ f ton expects to challenge again for Blanca street.
the state bt*- Governor Jelks, who ated electric car and proceeded to V America's cup in 1907. He declare, Raymond Shuttlewo:
tt the president. Mr. toos-,- the Alabama State dfir Grounds. At aI today that wlrhile It was too late to Romnana street.
ilagae the plresieni ddr. e grounthe hron e president was intro- challenge for next year, be expected aura Bell huttlewo
l his address. duced by T. H. Molton. president of ^ to be at Sandy Hook with a hw chal- u Shuttlewo
The president expresEed apprecit- the Birmingham Commercial Club. longer in 1907. Romansa street
i of the heart wcle me. spoke or The crowd was enormous and greet.- tet Mrs" C. M. Sweeney,
\ l ^ll BARONROStN hibh.
ht-mont canal. oMsidered the n he e tospeak.lp Abght. A
tUoa and Its relations to foreign pRESOIDENT'S TRAIN T PROMOTED The D
+ ade, and closed with referen'es to LEFT OR MEMPHIS 'R e da.Th Death r
the sMidres and individual worth as T-e de. owell, re
me al1 to 'ie worth of the state By A l< Pl m of Mr. Carwell, residin
The president was preented with a Bnlwrangham. Oct. 24.-The Ple.- -. ,B By Associated Press. er o. Zarragoesa and

Stele f cotton which will be ex dent's special train let or imps P. Petersburg 24.-The repo ile was aooun
pwesed to Washington. at seven thirty.. -that Baron Rosen, RMmb am sse al yesterday moratn
We took a short drive about the dor at Washigton is to succeed Count reported at that time
do ad le at two o'clock for Bir- THE WEST VIMRGINIA Lamsdorl a forelg a r0 no od of health.
mingham. ARRIVES OFF PASSES deflaitely confirmed, but it le positlve-
SLN R T New Or-ean Ily stated that the edict will be prom -l. Another Dea
SMILLIANT RECEPTION TLe New Orleans Ba tof Tues a ted in a few days establishing a After the ofeial repo
SOIVEN AT BIRMINGHAM day says: The United teas cruiser cabinet with Count Witte at its hea. compiled last night ano
--- West Virginia, which is to take the turned. The person wa
BirmighTm Oc :4 -The pres- President from the mouth of South TRYING TO SITTL d o te fe
?kt' trate arr!N ed here promptly at, Pass to Virginia. srived of the and Alcan
9"r fortv4-ve. Mayor Ward beadlng mouth of the river yesterday morn- oc r Maia ndAlt in
tl thei Iod Aa llCA A3 W VENeUaLAN ROW sepwa oh
Sthe president at Ithe nation and diately called up New Orisas -he; r. He was not expect
eUivered a forusal addlres, of we!- wireless, and reported all ndr safe, during the day. He wa
oe t the ci:y. Immediately after- a fine voyage, and saf& anchorage. By AsmcateP* low, and came here abo
S w.rd the committee and the prsl-i During the morning the American G 'aracas, Venesuela, O-t. -.-T from Kalamazoo Mt
Get tal part. entered carriages for DeForrest wireless plant, ia the Hi- government at Wa has o as a carpenter by tra
capitol Park. eight bkhks distantib ernia Building held repeated conver- em.ssioned American Minister e rpy
1 way was thronged w th a strug- stations with the West Virginia and : to endeavor to arrange, the Frate years of age. He leave
tgiag mass of citizens and lighted there was a decided regret epress- Venezuelan diplomatic laeLatet. Rue- a number of frtends
brilliantly with electricity. ed that the ship cou)4 not ca me up A sell is expected to ha'rpan interview kes.
The ova:ioB to the president was: to the city. with President Castro today. M M
enttous ad he stood in the car-i The cruiser wi reta t the M .
ftage all the way. acknowledging the mouth of the Pass until te Prel- The ashinto V. oo wo
utbarsts t f inthusiaom. dent arrives on boar the light- Washinton Oct 2.- is der-
At Capitol Park the party entered' house tender Magnolia L rly f'niday stood that Minister RusiL will eor- ery Ill with the fever
the stand and Chairman Frank An- morning. fine his ef to a lpMiib + somitlM eod4iti yesterday wa
dersom. of the re-tption committee. Then she will ge under way fr c.f the Taigny ,ncident,-tavolvta4s P s'ery aweuL He was t
lheredua t General Rufue N. Rhades Key West, where Ve remainder of idet Castro's alleged dlsO -- ~-rtm-
ter of the Birminugham News, who the cruiser squadron will Mt her im UNCB SAM-i GUM88 TM BIG STICK POLICY IN TH 50Z WIIAL HAVE TO USI ON THAT treatment of the Freneh miulste at
5an d trod oed the pres- the race VIer gla. FLAW. Caracas. (Watinsd Thr



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yellow fever de.
during yesterday.
report 0o020d
tate Board of
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the southeast-
,wh sa great
seea to be deo.
ght was rot dis-
ns, although it
e over the prev.
d of course the
and the physi-
for the amber
shown any ap-
r a number of
tea' that there
;s under treat-
d to eighty-sti,
Down in many
partly relieves
re been worked
Dr the patients.
rted are:
I ast Garde
South Florids
49 Eat Chase
South Flordlal
South Florida
rth, 108 bast
rth, 108 Bast
West Clase
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sported is that
g near the cor-
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but i was not
to the state
it had been
other death oe.
s F. C. West,
r at his home,
z streets. The
orted Monday
ng yellow few-
ted to survive
s an Odd Fel-
ut a year ago
h. Mr. West
le and was 43
o a wife and
to mourn bil
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IMe a Ufls are wet o my twt s thte wdesal as the vehW la Mb thta- J"baey tuga miae R'.ti i the trip
atted States the aetl e ast ma- am o carried, or the iant machnes, seem- rom the maie t the t eno t art en tdal
tet 1 tbhe om accutrte bkalness haret iy end owe with almost huma intelit- uP lakes k. W teat re taes bp. This
Liewise has the m uat eeal ft agetal ser whic I sad em a t al "d b aut m4 J-ts at-6t s I osWhti
preve the Tya Me beat w oa la the cars rad enable It to make an "astoatic" the moet care t de stea-eNa td hh la
A=esateen lnvws t of t oreigt ret. Journey of one-third of the diab ce aerta the orld. tIe ay Y e gm*I d* t
aWr rear finds rgrr shipmenstft R: sda the contire-nt without a stroke of manil thl uasaleN Agb ea y em the halt
4i= eis t ar e t he New Wead l aaber b 1be 9 to i rf mbe doa nes ralas es U lt r OWMatr thOkis
fer d4ta t l:ids assj .'a,. sad from pres- ca: Oboeis that lead a railroad ar In two tranc. bt cedltt"s r be always the
aM rtsatiaats U t: .tS* ~ olo g e la e notes; podeeim ams at eaNI tha rt- as. Oe o tS ell et eerat tla
S Lto i** wray r th. Stsi moteraf the ;ire ship 4oa tris of cargiot ta mop, Mad t i halfh irvasI r -md *aht.
Te T weteroy t k is b;ag Wa hi otoer eineettg mastpleesaethe"ua- Mnh v to 4b & by r e ImlVghlie
e npte eO te mtc t republic bin t fbt frr agents" on this up-to-date Mblway, and MToring a tlad af ore Mtry equal to the
ag 4m portalt lodastria: Sed :. e di to fromhe t ne teha tt he balky raw ateatW wenigtl o ftaChe sp 1 Ame stIadin alir
Jbe swerlior;ty r t-,e Americss mutaf, or y. t lea th hi aotthe northern wildeess pritwto dlbe tlk Wr. a d Is made upef
*t the tet tbst ito u.-rcp t Ireu's mi;ersi ,ntU It a t dawn la the smsky vqileys toe aL e dwr(i:imr as, w~bLe 6t t.Le .. .e;:cag up from the Mississippi RTer,4ota with a espaCty af tos.
it Mit Coueble's domaln yet bo. n (t s Liaar, eatd tocebrs It. The nra call of changee ears" ewhic tI
skaesttoble mappt. The rea s clrt Of tlor i Nch of tkie ir n ore which comes frm heaOrd the oiy 1t tke ore fotom t
Sttei mJ; isw fo.~aid Yr te tc,- i SCo "t juiLrI" wdmeesr r to tadh*r'1 ahlhPtog a s2
a owith wheb Imc h rA wte: Ira--f u- st te l
fatted on this sie o0:b, Ar'i:, i .; ot. a t fro cave-like tu se tt taoeab W 1 WS
the blg' prl ,of Annels. bcbr. t,.r ;1rl "a6 bu; froa ,vat. eeyn pis froz a whi it is
t-111. 4;##4 up rlJD as,*and is secured t a
Th I ron ore which eorms i the pri: lpa rd .t ,; ;.. ;n re ,-a-t of the iron ore. how.
of our hundres of blast farInes Iobtts;.~'J 'Je*. :,er. i a r.' .!..e curlsderation, and
In part from cubs. Nors .~otia. tbe Slothetrr t states and Co.orado. but the rest proar-rlc"n f.1, .- : r- If which co(ts upward
of It reoes frim thbs: sIrA loUs rtegio the of S!t.i.ao,. nCeIEg as much as a locomotive
hoores at which are wahl by the kead- end decs t:.r wo:L ot righ ofh bundred
water at the Great lafes, a wah er- aM. Is ape5t:rre ie st eam sbOve: rWT
*p-rC :i..-' r portias ct the State of m it re(t 'wrYes la rge boxer. with a

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wooden bases hall'"It, IMelobea A45-
tance at frdo oirea te l-a ia lt be
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Sraw mater ialt a i te vesse, a ike to
_".t the other trtnoe a de mail orney,
human brown len n9 a Maty Isthe
l) -sutsent po~r. a v I I Isr I
plae alonsi de or. hr hatches are
opened, and lIto the b i tere pours steadyr
Streams of the blood4lored mieral from
perbapi a dones HWfft bins ln the bigt
dce a od.7Itht three ttOr furbom their b
g"' *the O IbP1 baa hasbd bher S a 1
iae IVsi s a W isagL Csa- hugh arm protruding from one end, sad rti"# '5 1 tWy.
"thrh ee gNOWt I omm do et the t teriatlg at a stee ha wi can eb a h k* The e u.at t 4dthq a s hW W the
itw Vst we p 1 m~es1 pa ten teae os Its clici. Oy means of 1 way, wbb pl ay iMprtnta part in thei
t tLe le it I -- Is trasnporta- Mlaed nrairoat tracks, the steam bovet: grama of iga, a 'svets without a eoun-
aan' *^ sa -Ossm *are eenab:ed to defend lat thwe he terpart i *yoth oter uattn of the
lS ply th ieshLt cs anywhere hole In the gonond--somnettlmes al terparta il hlte o w.ate. of the
itoe Ila the fa mile across-known asU open pit" mlaM lobet.The "te orvssels whelt mori
te TO r the tftWlr 1le6d 0e OW M M-.and a few trips of the spacious cto and fro Toig the ore from mine to fur-
tIM matW r b l a as e me pea at a fewandeal bisoer--esCp tf tp oChe C e YA the gattst feet engs ed In
.LI i' R M e- p j .a inechaolcal iboyeler-- eahsi copy- o 2

aI a gM O I t1 18 s m ser'w lug Seconds Where oeW would efeet '- an0111,-0oua41ft e aathe Amer Saa g L n in
(te B t aw est ar it ayl t taM a Ite'Mac to MI the let sot nlrod the ye at person seustomed only to
0*0el t the tnMsee in s PoswBVals and ".V oeeane raft teltr or very odd It
Ob ts as Its a ael ot am rtet tee t stieth efi appriiei t,, M mat tand Seek-
owly nrem. and I"t tI at is Tsate ram stage tf his toustrital mra)et. hours are i ty twlhr at tthe extrsee

'this ravenos o eater they clooe relentloe-
ly taking a l9ta bite at of the ore cargo.
At a signal te monster. Its mouth gorged
with oe. io lited fro the bowele of the
ship and run back on a sort of railroad track
to a point where the re may be dumped di-
Maly into t cars whcl are to can t to
the fuoracec
In unloadtig re, or In loading coal, which
the woe ship Cm back up the lakes, use t
atimo aadt atlr a&b4f-beke whud
travt to and frroe the holds of the ships on
esale or on xreat skeleton structure of
steel, tOew" P.bridge tranwayr which
serve sort elevated railroads. A quicker
way of ktndlIg the e6al. however, Is by the
ar dnpers- qM st macllunes which upturn
a ondol i Mo ear and empty Itseontents
.- readily as,- ll might overtun a poOl
box killed withsaad. The most modern type
of car'dumpen will pick up a loaded car,
wholly overttea It so as to remove tbe list
vwtle of ts on tenta right the epty ear
and rftral.t to the railroad track in a total
elapsed ped. lees than one minute.
Ina soie t= notably in the vicinity
at Cbhica aI talblo. the Iron ore eao be
unOdet d fa 't lake ships at the very

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,W r ntgemba i taftab" eabm a.lu ted
the ea o t ets ae v et the tew
Wigg$$a Z Irdt e tildr*
fa, to be -go tbs meus oet
*4450a6w," of ether uatlmafises each O soarm
to be n daa wvtMa the eenae at the me-
I t b ertaft It is thA so ether city
as thi Me af the Atllat te ia Idaoeas
tow mal le8n0drs tr ass mwa bnds and
fIiaw am or m ab at lVade m's seat
oft saw T T fteet hatIt ik the cap-
psupe se"p et oWshma ar
a getelrameet rat y DIa sms a the
l6te0 am aM talasa ear partly accreed
m eTr ageat at M WOCalumr a' cort .and
II dipimasts. i mlst as brit
*f themf to tiM sentry the Wlades f their
Some at them L cat gl S tary in the
ad t f the Stanrs ad Utrpea r bt a few
*IOthas, wl ale e thI e benb re for half
a dean yeeta, wth evryw pect that they
will raemat that aueh lager. It Is a satqoe
*ad mstr N .at siee atof ah ty.
whchb ade p of the wres and daughters
ad sietres tae stateae who e ae to
wreod with thL Itersmatteal plesems that
sff-t the greatest repblea At prest T
stle are represented In the dplomki
asps. us t b aumn at e ldemm i ti teeM.
and lo ast la staes the repssentatla Is-
eldes one or muert memes of the falr se.
mr ame wasn shsea masreia% s @ ao-
piesa pclaim a n etdoaer Uft la En-
had's moet lenlate; brilnaat hotesses
f and efnvamiag Parea; atI-
Cudmwded C tes et high dgree,
ad venUed ad closely guarded 4 ea e from
TPit, to mw nstal e hbs tral that
gayet of rapltalse--V n-4id daughters
t snmay Italy. From the Pas-Aiaerran
eSrpab1 e fo de as-epd Mearita.s with
the rkih oil c ompletIns aad bhih color.
lag or the LatU race, and f ram apre and
Meamr qualt bits Of bGnalaty, who are
amInt the fmt to prott by the era of greater
fudsn which has lately dawned for the
wla Of their mee.

Among this great Fglaz of te s utle
a frrm all quarters of the globe whbe ar
aakLig their hbum temporarily In Washing
toe are many wto would attract attenattl
anywhere by their beauty. It may. however.
be i source of satisfaction for her couatry-
woen to know that the highbet honors la
thim lternational salou of personal charms
are card off by an American woman-
Saroaess Ton Sternbiurg. wife of the Ger-
man Ambawsador. Whether or not It be rue
hat a I, The world ioves a lOver. eertalstf
It Is patent that all womankind takes the
greatest lttret n a bride, and thus the
etty youug mistress of the Kal@er
diplomat epmtabltJhmett in the Oulted
states has a potent factor of cancer r"t
which to supplement the admirsti ft
her beauty solace It was little more tha
two years ag that .liss La gham, a na-
tive of Ca:siornla. but claimed by Ken-
tucky. was wedded to the young Teuto
dlp t who had ond log ejod the chke*
trrel hip of President Roosevelt.
Barsmeus on ternoburg Is of medium
height act vpey gracetui. She i a blood.
her hair being tinged with a touch of at-
burn and ber rio.et eyes are shaded by lot4
black lashes. Her features are delicate and
regular and their beauty is accentuated b
a perfect complexou, clear and exquolatelJ
tinted. The Barones s-pent most of her
girlbood in coQa v.ts in Europe, but her
love story begsu when she was crossing
the At;antlc to visit her people In the
trited States. It wasn't a love story
without any distressing moments of as-
eertaiaty as to the outcome, either, for the
German gorernmeat. which has a fatherly
lateres: In the welfare of Its olffelia acn
demands good-sixed dots fo' Its young men.
was not q bit taken with the Idea of giring
one of s cleverest ip:omats to a girl
whose city dower was the fairest of faces.
Howe~ir.'obdurate governments, like ob.
durate fathers. do rel.nt sometimes and
so it happened that the International
romance had a "happy ever after" ending.

I direct eostrast to Baronaem on aver-
burg Is personal a olerance, la tastes ad
nl mannelrs as g great beauty of the
Diplomatic Corps,-Conutes Wartgerite
Caeinit, the:-irie young mletr4e Oft the
Rasisa Embassy. The Countees, who Is
not the wife of the Ambqaador, bht hi:
adgoted daughter, is possessed of many of
the elements of attractiveness which rea-
der the Russian women as fascinating and
yet she cannot be said to So a typicalftls-
elan beauty. for met of the belies of
Csar'i domain are bIacm whereas the
chbe ebatelaine lt the abakaderial eeso-
hold at Washington, is a most pronounced
brunette. However, she bk the Mper
complelan, bne teeth and & a*d d ear.
rage for which her country women are
famous and far from being out of keepLing
ber wealth of gleasy black hair and large.
expressive, dark eyes add just the reqaul

Ite 4oueh to her regal beartag
Countess Cassinl is a whidtwlra.-
human dynamo. It aight alost be de-
clared that she os t Iactivr tr oe wak-
aig moment. Ste gaol, walks, k teaes
drives, dances, plays, *stags, paIats.
is equally at home it the t tomeM e :I
whicb she has won the aepetaltlh f the
most darin motor driver t I Amerie or
In the Par.san dog art, dawa by he
cob. Naughty OKit. l al* thin
Countess because she a (4M L l o
to take it !an her N pretty h ar away

at once ew ry afternoon. But for all her
galety, kr frlro:lty, her love of life aod
activity, her superabundance of energy and
entieslasu. Coountiss Casslnl has a sertlou
srde wcL takes her ln many respects the
lmost remarkable girl In America. If inclin-
ed to dobt 'this just consider that this !r.-
of little mo-e than 20 years speaks seven
language- and discharges all the se lal
responsibilltle of hostess of an Importnnt
bouaebo:d with the skill and tact of the
veteran campaigner of the smart world.
Baroness Hengelmuller, wife of the At-
trian Ambassaaor, was one of the famous
court beautlie of Vienna before she came
to make her home In America's capital.
Bhe has been here longer than mot of the
other leader of the I)lplomat'e Corps, hav-
lng resided In Washington for fuly nine
years and It Is said th t no other foreign
hostess In omcfa!dom has so extensive an

acqualataae in social circles la al t
adla rca eit The Austria&
aa came t to e land e t h
tree a brde. Baron rmeolmeisar is har
seaod hamhbsd and she was makted o
him In Dresde only a shor tie before
be was selected to represent bhs eoatry,
at Uncle bam's hub of paulle stain.
Althou a Btassian. or, rather, a 'flUag
"a&. gear lmaJier ta am y
beaty. dark hair, osiO ey si.
eolta aad graetal yt qalist aaaarW

tS. she is tall and stateqede, and not-
ably one of the most artlatdally gowned
wom"ais the Dlb!omat e Cofrs. It may be
noted, b the way. that in no eober realm
of publle life is such store set by Ane clothes.
At the approach of warm weather each sam-
et the beatli of the DiploaUct Ce rp it
to Zerope, but it Is net f o msoc tfo
a tvcatlo or a &rt as to prouenrejam the
Iedltes of Paris fresh anmuaition for
ftshioa's campaiga during the eason to
follow. To ladleate the length* to which
this rivalry in "ine ne there" s carried
it may ae ated that whe a nar ea Hen-
gelmaller returned ft ibeed a few
mlaths saAe*o he bregh ftttees truakq
whereas, Countem Cahelst broauht !an
tnrnk. These womea are mer lua than
their American sisters. Nollowlag the
wor'd-wide custom. Cole Sam doe9 not
ask the diplomats to pay duty, and thus an
eavTo's wife or daughter mar make her
money go farther than can her Tankee
When It comes to a dilscanuoa of bea&-
tllfl costaues, however, we rust not over-
look the teasnrem of the sister and
daughter of 81r Cheatung Lsang Cbeng,
theb new Chinese mlnaster. These ladles-
the daughter i t oay mIteen years of age-
have silks and satia richly embroidered
which might well be the enry of gay Aer-
lean woman, and alike to moat Chinsl
women of high soil slatm, there have
most magnifcent jewels, fuil rrivaiag. In
fact, the famous pearls and dl&leoldI thth
sparkled In the velvet headdresn of ladam
wa. the wife of the famer ChMaese a.
Baroaess aternburg to sIt the only beaitlfal
American In the Dipioanste Carp at Wash-
InltoL. A considerable amaigt of A-eu-a
women have within the past tw year Dir-
ried lorelgn 4dploats, but t i t ~aaesea that
Sman of them as aa t preseni ae p
y their hands' dutia to a k iheir
homes to te capital of tpr Bathi l d.
Oeq of the mast proalnest a tiM AA r
as woema is Madame e4 e o tt
of tha Ambea dwr ta rraa, Doa mo
mace of this distiangulBhd W ura d
Anema wife Is e St s
h atteatio of s steg, thM
on"" la ia ^ k = ~ a t

the y, i beut-
If -f say asse m-.
blae, ad a S ofet""t oodIse"a is
t he Im Moachehar., tho
wife at l i arom it mL. lae. too.
Is a bO lf Ethe d.ea. I Pol Caeyten.
sla UsIt Mesat- amIa0eSbiW to Meleo, asad
It was Bhlie ehl osbebhomer a the City of
Mexic few year thqt Prince Charm-
nlg apeanre toa 51o S.a the titled el-
The claim that the wome at the Pan-Amer-
lean countries loe rmeek f their beauty
compatlvTel etrlya 1 it assuredly not
bore wa y the appearaoteto the Imeer
o Uthe steste r as o tt *b t the
evoT jfr the Cutrf a tih Amerilea
republitt. Thereifja Wetoa atr
of more attractslW rt than Beaora
de Aspires, the wife @*e aasbr
Muie. 1o she a t. the eJoysmet
of this iatlattt. ar~il~sor CaldereM
thee wfe tihe Mtatlerro Peru, who,
tharn Oh w~ndho e n c hldree, hea a
fa ewel N hi0 4 I ash that of Ibe
etdesM, d tZ h hat0.6 sorf the
ame erag- Vftpf M tlhe tab-nI
ty-pe ~utyr tist WghSpibiom .
Manyr u i4d to i hest tast the
%sypl i a woman soo" passesaome-
thIs of- that w1lds 4mb. ftwr e beauty
a>DOr be' 7t1g t of the LattB
. Yoe a le a at the Ital-t
tne ar stL i d- atw aStbt
be UaitIN*Mas. She
and betr ad I. t their
cldtldnno-8 h tle Evlej-l rt up W-
Sm ni sats. am ot epps*
sit isee thkdre da ioe a ht the
is peple wwsps asi est, a"

in "l.Im ft s ee samy e out
thee -. #i VAWC3T

~k~~1~011Ra metrrl bs

of their owa. thtdy gle a
Just before 4. I d1- ..,
tern and a ag Iet t a go
Mfoth tod o0 the Amd. .
Whea he resk s a npl th --
shows hi iight ad the floro,
it. bops toward IL
Next the a lty dr YIs lsC"
the water, sad th4E thki nla ak
good is coae a at a
eate"s It tloeeh I* the i It
away. sad the froIea e"br etcaIt
any troasbi

Th rye crop Iaet w.ar.- asd
189J6*4. yielded P5MAV M-
T arey crp aI MYf e
acres, brought to the hf~rese
The number oa ao 1 10
Ujn 1 o Xw. toi 9&OD
recati cost 4 r eIt -naa

The Incsme C the oIl oil
mowey la enveSlpe hS
addrte is W.M-- w
Austria tpeaeWI
ey per square kit WSa iam
than any otbe ha enblS-
There laa mI sS Se
Clve, the CaN P Vb.. r
may be found a a so (Wf
The Boragfh at ?"-. Ioaif, hr So
ase of itn amrIage 4lea at thmo **
sleipal ectrie bsla pand
of $3,442 a jew.
Mello I Ba- toi *ls field is the
gatterdcVi' SAoth imeeai2-
porter Wta> a *s tatisn to t ib
the oneoU at*a it asharea.aootfbe-

em t ime at aB

thy ill
t4 8 M W gAISM

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I ftUtLIILU ,^e I UmU M
Wac n lull o- ..all
.~O~U~UUU bE he S ao=tt SIrh mi fgd

qo 1..Wtrlinds. NOVetIl

NR if|or dr w Few Sarlffeabs kCo e Thao L I m. ., -- r-
SAnd lens of Sympathy Plis srg T Assist i
Pleasta aIs, elegantoofAssiswtdt In

URemedy Co.; Chicago or N.... LW AY
j iLetters containing he ks to as- aIeD $S yor money back. I W AY IES
Samt.he blc k a sis in caring for the fellow fever Subscriptions to the yeow fever re
sst in hearing for th e yellow fe er- lief fund continue to be received, and
suffers of the city, continue to are greatly welcomed by the relief
KCWIry POW bMSS Ian li(ta Pensa,4a. Thq'*e are from:A LEADING CITIZEN committee, but as yet the fund has A.. 1S
S: persons outse of the city and each app blegain. ThreeA n l th net
WfineofStapl i for those thousand more dollars are needed to %M7
S Ctnl uit expresses sympathy for those who of GRACEVIL L care for the poor and needy of the
S C S a* are ill and hope that the fever will city, and the citizens of the city and! :i leather s of this gr t $5
will pkm any CMn2crv < boon be stamped out. Tboa to bell -- ---those In aOoining towns are urged nobbies t le
alsohreceived esterdav were. Grae le Oct. 24.-One of Grace to come forward an donate as liberally
C die 1 ^ reeive ye.terda. wpere: y^le's leading^ citizens is Mr. M. B. as possible.
t Kier to please the From DeFuniak. iPierce. who came to Jackson county Following are the donations to date: an $4 Shoe for IViM el ut IvPl x
Sy diMT D,.Funiak Sprinzs Oct. 24. 1S05. f-eom Alabama three years pgo. The Donatio a.nd $4 Shoeyfo M JUst r ed
Mr. J. R. Sauers Ptnisacola, Fla. -
I arr Sir-- en!riose nerewkh our' M. E. Corley, Hattiesburg...... 5.00
chock for $2 I.0 I to ), used as yoU .rs Key a B ............I00.
Yothhik lha%(, for lh wa b',ir sufferers. American National Bank......'2009
i<- ^ ^-,, :II:k: a nl h t e tsn i e a h "ino"iu."
ar ,l W.I T C"on4An anffi:h was u h In past. Consolidated Grocery Co...... 250.'0
oand trui lt wort is pat. Schreyer.............. S0.00,
Soa n r. l Thos. C. Watson.............. 100.00
C.t eB C. aeo asidsnc i feWi. l -rTHroRPNL b MEscamblia HtealLy Oo.......... 6000 0
STreas. Lee Daniel ................. 25.00
S. .-hW. A. BClount ............... 100.00
e. f. W R r Commissone Andre Bros .... ............ 00 0
Ribt e K*o m isole dr T.er 'c Ades People'a l Bank........... 20 ... 5.0. -
We11011000r. Mmunracturking eOci. 23rd 1905. Pensacola Water Cop.. ..... 100.00 -
Editor Pensacola Joeurnal:. Lul n. Broo. ..............0.. 00
Swaatei t corp I see man; calls in your paper for 3. M. l Co .............. ... 10.00
VI ta laf twhch ICD hia p or means. I have done almost Pensacla Invesment .......... 100.00
everything I can do in hat direction .Pensacolal re. 0.. 090
i nm % ow n district. still I feel that it K on sol.tedn n avt a L t.2.o... 1 00o.0,
iSELY TOLD. S my duty to do all ihe good So lua othernSta*terLuber ,o.... 100.0.
in evry possible way on this trying German-American Lumber Co.. 50.0
bJmurml mw t ad. can serve as occasion. I hope jack frost will visit Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00 (Cotinued f
P e "bomker" in a thousand and onte us soon, and then people will- b. J. R. Saunders............... 50.00
"Gl" and tUansactions. The "fee" reconciled. You will find incldQed Pensacola, St. Andrews & n
1B small. $10.00. Please put it in the proper Gulf Steamship Co......... 2500s agoe a
St hands. I hope we'll soon be able to D. Kugleman ................ 10.00 a diagnosed as
Alea Will frttm B. Wright, who.. .. 00
s bees td for some time with yelow meet and io lbusinc s at the old stand. J. eo. White. ................ 5.00 a member of
BfeT was out on the streets rester Your frin. S. P. Shotter Co............ 50.00 Moore.aa, bs-a
R, aMd wDa gladly greeted by his JAS M. ANDREWS. Jos Coleman ................ 2.00' f7ends i -the ett y.
Suge amber of friends. A. F. Warren................. 25.00 I .
ifeo rAn Unknown Contributor. M. L. Roch..................... 2 5.00
1 s rteem defendants were before Mayor Bliss rece vod a letter yes- Jno. B. Jones ................. 5.00 The last crowd of
iktle Laiey in the amuicipal court terday morning from an unknown T. H. Lannon & Co........... 1500 .... Camp Murray left
ystaf e mrnting fa r trial. Of tis contributor. The letter was short Wm n. Johnson & Son .......... 2500 d
0 9r me case acontinuedsen- containing only the following: "To be MR. M. B. PIERCE, Clutter Music House ......... 10.00 noon The crowd
pe in one ase and fines used for reli of ever victims." A ..A Prominent Citizen, of Graceville, Meyer Shoe tore............ 500 person, 1d as
agemo ting to $129 imposed. five dollar note was attached to the Fla. The cut shows Mr. Pierce in the' Standard Clothing Co........10.(,0 ceived, the camp wi
of W. R. Mowe. letter. It was turned over to Treasur uniform of the National Guard, of Douville Timber and land Co. 5.00 as all of thee are
i. the Srmof Dale y & Moore. will be er Yonge. which organization he was a valuaole Maxwell & Reeves........... 2000 will be packed and
ait to leera ih he is eritcally 11i and an enthusiastic member. S. Pasco, Jr .................. 5.00
S w& yow ever w at his rooms. His A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES P. Campbell ............ .... camp al adoGeat
0S lsti Ilgt owedl2no inm- liching. Blind. Bleeding. Protruding It was in 1867 that M[r. Perce first H. H. Boyer .....****.............. 2 o5. ion
a l st shou he is receiving les. r in' aee auorz d o r sa- the light of day. so he is yet a Kress & Co..... ............. 10.00j The fu action w
So t e ion receiving 'ls. )rug*tiss arc au.lorized to re- N(ung man. Three years azo he camne D. Hale Wilson ............. 25.0u Gn
the est of attetio. fund money if PAZO OINTMENT tail' to Gracville and since that time he A. M. Avery........25.00 and excellent reul
The fumigating corps under For,- t cure in 6 to) 14l days. 50c. has been engaeds in the mercantile. Gordon & Brown.............. .5.0complihed by this
Klamker. which has -wen opera;- business in this thriving little city. H Thos. Pebley................. 5.00 the moeeuitoes. The
SI t tesively east of Tarrago. a BUY COAL NOW. Ii. the sni.r member of the firm of Forbes Furniture CO.......... 4 00 ciy are beginning t
street. Is receiving well merited com- This ri ti' last wtek of slimmer Piorce & parker. r'.rin; this short N. 0. Farcheimer............. 10.4a b
m4a tion for the thorogh ad cour- ri.c on e,'i P, n. and get ben.-time these young men ha.e succeeded H. G. DeSilva & Co............ 25.0o fits at a bein
mnn r in which the work as- fit lowi price,. Cnsumers lee & il the building up of a large and pa)- W. A. DAlemberte.... ........... 10.00 migt n t
teorpe is being per- Fuel Co., Chaise aul Tarragona. Phnel- ing business, one-pt the most sutstan-Ja. Mc ...qS.to!i e wen the
[ fom--'. ".OR 1o25_ _." tial in the. city. M .'srs. Pier* & Sol Cahi & Co....... ....... 25.00 wk.
J. Israel !s among those who are Parker etal in all klnds of farm sup B. Gerson.............'..... 1500 X 1
commeuding the work of the lumiga t-Mo pies.an,.are xesive co fJ. Krger1..........
tug eorw The n.en recently visih- RMOR R Scentl tlhe firm pturchasi e :he bco.i Green & Wa.tson ............ 10.09 -
edl his house. ana he said yesterday .;s of E. R. P~r;er & Co., nava C. VanPelt.......... ....-... 5. WLLII RANDOLPH HEARST.
that they di their work oroughl' FOR FtMI TORS re orator eae in h .s0a Journal........0...00 WILLIAM RANDOLPH
ind acted in a very nice manner. He ;n.aninracetire an .-.le sf that cFO:R C.B.Parkh .......... 10 00 Municipal Ownerahip Candidate for Mayor of Greater Nw York.
does sot see where residents have m chandl:se. Thc, fu-am n.ns largc BNaval Stores Export Co...... 250.0i-;
eany rc d for complaining about fu-nit ,1 ,ock.s of property ifin town f W. B. Wright Co........... h50.00i., ..
NracSOviWAo1e ande n clntro I.1r4 eensiv, N.Apostle......o k........2... F.00 Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100001 Washington Clark ...... THE
l g i RESIDENTS OF WEST ZARRA. reaye in timber lands in tbeet:-RG.fcDaviusHyerCo. .........100.00; "t.....
Dr. . R haw left yesterday fw GOSSA STREET ARE MUCH R. G. Busbnell................20.00 John C. Avery.............. 25.00 Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue OF PENSACOLA
abisgto. D.. C.. where his family Mr. Pierce r'.ntr is friends by the A. A. Fisher................ 50.00, p Martinez .. ........... 2 00 Baptist Church, ............. 2 00
s.ow la. From there he will go ,o PLEASED WITH THEIR 2nr 'l. AH.A wh know him ar, H. Baars & Co................ 100.00 jW. Maloy ............. 5.00 Thos McMillsn............. 1.00
e tretl Cree. Mich., to take a course I-.Wd OR.o call him "friend. To his Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00 Welles-Kahn Co .......... 25.00 A Colored Citizen ............ SO A GENTLEMAN'S
D ef trentnee.t at a santtar a there D.'. WORK. ,nia]tiy and li1.k good qualities hei F. C. Brent.................. 25.00 thodes-Futch-Collins Co...... 15.00 Aaron S. Johnson ...., .... 1 UI.ED
St'askw was in the nortl wi:h his (,%,,., his gr, at si c-:.4 and it speaks ohn Shepard ................ 500 A Moog ...................... 10 b0 Mt. Zion Baptist Church ...... .21
emily se-eral weeks ago. but be r,- v,,! lf r ;h, fat:, -.. futtur, that he, A. Dilustro ................ 2 00 Souther'n Cotton O:i Co........ 50.00 Pr. Walsh Clark.... .. .. .. 3.75
trned here 'when the fever began to Pn~aea F~ a, Ot. 24. 190 i.s t"a .pt al ih. liWe cty of his Alex Zelius .................. 10"00rF E. Brawner................ 10.00 so
asuume serious proportkons and ha. ~ IC r 1-. ao.a .rm~rr : 1 .' m wre hb -, are Xonoro vet, LevyD......................1.0: R. P. Reese..................... 0 Cures croupo
leesat Wwork caring for his pai,n.a 1, -h, ~ na c t *en t .t be m,:.d out to him. E. J. Dunham ................ .500 D H. KRusmeier.............. 5.00 ary troupbles.-Monarc over palmo f
Cea'r since. His hearth. however, i -! wsh t ex Gulf Machine Co.............. 2530. D. S. Rosasco ............... 10.00 every sort. Dr. ThorMa' Eclecta 0
g' awn.. forht reatmentdin ii, "h'i t 1o2 fumigating No one woulb ever be bothered B. H. Smith & Son............ 10.001 Marine Grocery Co............ 5.)0 Oil. sor.tr.Thualitiet
aw. now for treatment in ,, ,,',,,an ':ank ,.ura. rth consump*ian if everyone knew B. Pilots................. 100..0 F. O. Howe & CoC............ 25,0, ma, colorand goo
Mof teover?. : : ]:' ,. g, .. anly and how nat traiiy and quickly Burdok W. B. Lamar............... 100.00 h C. Porter.................. 10..0 Hooton'e Pharm11y00.e irtlae* embodiedla10
r. a.' in wk they p~w Bt~id Biesre.u1xes the stomach ScarrittMoreno.............. 500 J" A. Chaffin.................. 25.00 of prompt delivery. Open all night.
ITo eBlue l n ~w n they rut ard bowis. t*eB.RThornton I lion Brewery ................ 25 r y. Phone 1100. A, G e2nh5
J. B.W.,, Robs................. I Bear Co...................50
flavor wtl. be perfect and ,hi d-i i \Vw,. d-2., ; E' FR I A.:dirson i' NICE. FRESH BOILED SHRIMP .IP. Williams Co............ 10000 t search of m aews DltrRimU
btl y p ur.. T,'" ,) av Ne.s AT JOE ROTH'S, PHONE 154 T. A. Jennings................ 100.005h0i Whatever generosity a man may
.. ors perfrctl. Geo. W. Wright .............. 50.0 Co. ....................25 0 PENSACOLA,
: a" In, ...t, :; atn,. ,tCash 5.00 L.Fledman & Co. ........... 10.00 have usually shows itself at his wed-
.. ..... ...... .. 'iniat2. u & G S.lli 1in dlUg. but )1r. Lapham in hl "History


m First Page.)

cintly his trouble
Moiw fever. He is
san of Dailey. &
lige number of

refugees to go to
here yesterday at
comprised eight
Sas they were re.
s closed. As soos
released the tents
shipped and the

o.-k is continntag
its are being ae-
process of kiUlli
e residents of the
realize the bee-
derived from the
Httle objection as
>menmra*po houses



of flavor, are-
>a' material s

it & Co.,
-- m

P90Oan "arlmcy-the Birthplace
of prompt delivery. Open all nignt.
Ph~e 11i02

Wu Pminmugt WasGe Ccno..u..
wtars p"neriar1y? sntu,!,c&4 duz-i:gp his
Ultlita tihatan;1 Xnti ti h:Ad 1mw.' re-
frx] for bunk wiPt" 11,:11 r r rifti'nica.l
~ts--tLith fii f'.li:. bt, %v a aheartiv-1,
eeillb e n'WS 'rIrt l1. a-
is' a;-.as "('Z~r eh!)p- '-.'t't I'''u !t.otte O c~
dIed %71 Wor1th $.. j io ,1., ut t1I.;* 'lit, NA..

Prov-ed Ii sevr ':1 b:y ;l'': .n li'i0 'a
fte'. One 0L b ; Il',; '11- q&('oa"'.t wa- flVV
en at Turiii for o lw'po:i 'f tt~ ll' iwr.
Hie gave Bet-liar.. the L_...It IY"rrn'li''ow-
ane hiii Ii i-g~ nr~".l (It El f'ran esit
w as c nirk iffor tue
Wia er's -SN 1m141ic';,' I'a a 7a' I I.
betterr ti-sithis v. :io !p ukh u.of N~it
befrieudl:(r a U~til. lt:i:m i"-I! m fie
bum.1 playinn the (". t w S:r-0't of' 1ina.
h IE bay -1biii(t'iI t1 I 1.1; i e hesitil-
Vanted hins s. i''le: lIii1
Cd that b-,! nT. v-rlrt -'. te *llie r
Wde of te r-:I. 114 ,iI wi'-
ed at 004,(-. 11litet !etp 0-4! h!S
Pekets i.tothe adl' ;i: i 1 aud,. tal3, ;il
16B )Xw r intruwent tfro-ai hint,,IKls~mn

aqUite crowd trh.,e' iri, l
W~it'i. Mid I auact1,.".n inrtc iP' s.1.
l it aribsdO L :. lN.')1~'
Co'leflnwat a.cthe, an'-2' d t
tint. ug I1': thlt.to Itkpl~w hs.1,: j4,;,A
ed onT with h* nmi.a l: 4-n ittlnkilic.
It hae I ha' doot a gov turn to V"
Wftk. nuft ':

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Hooton'Ms Phiama i-the irthplace
c: 'prompt e.ivery. Open all night.
Phcne 1100.

Needed Covering.
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"Goit' C1.- wlo' kav, m!lster?'" In, ul vulu u man .............
SaFrank Reilly ............i ...
quircd the passenger with the greer S. A. Friedman ..............
necktie :!a lihe took out his snuffbox, D. Dannhefsser ..............
prep':irato.ry to settling himself for a H. O. Anson...................
cross exa minn tion. Marston & Quina .............
The man interrogated eyed him atten- W. J. & B. Forbes.............
tive!y, tlhen replied!: N, Goldring .................
"No. I rett iut at the third station Cash.. .....................
I am goir-: to collect some money W. H. White & Co............
4tll tr ume for roc(eries snlupplidl. You Watren Fish Co..............
st.. 1 a aa n., 'ah~.i rocver. e bs Penrcola Stables ..........
tiess wie ft ,, Ibin y faTher. bs 1 C Thiesen .................. ]
n:ri w ani lt'i-' fi-e clallreu. te 1Southern Bell Telephone Co..
u, n:rrl .-.ni hIivo five ehildreu. T.se J. S. McGaughey.............
cr~1et is e!~,,v-I y.r s old. I am exat- Armour Packing Co.........
ly twelve years anwl Inine months mar- Dubuisson Bros ..............
ried. I live in a semidltached house, Star Laundry ...............
rented at 40. My wife is fair and L. S. Brown & Co............
w' is twelve stone. She was a dairy. Judge H. Bellinger ...........
au:ad I-fore I :; ,rried her. and has Marks & Gayle .............
I o*: va,- ;n;atel twi"cp. I have i1.150 Swift & Co., .................
in O It;iin. ad I was fourteen when Miss Fannie Henaeraon .......
I left s,-hol.'" McKnzile Oerting & Co .....
The main th green necktie had unwod-Aien Co ..........
TI'i] iuiian in tfh# Sro n necktie had a S .' R be rts
dis.tr:sfi look n. he inquirer: d Citizeps National Banb ...... 1
"'Vhnit ilid your cr',nl-g:andfather do L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 1
for a living':"-Lotlnou St-andard. F. W. Marsh ................
--R. M. Cary ..................
Jast aI Experlment. Ed. O'Brlen ............-.
"If I were to a:ik ou to marry me Pensacola Gas Co ...........

what -ould you say?'"
"Why Mr. Brownhy." she faltered,
're:li this is scs sudden.
"I tlioug';t so." he answered. That's
sl,,o;t wlha t!ey all saNy. Mut'h obliged."
Aud then he said it was time for him
to go.
For the Rahty Day.
"Thim awful extravagance of yours:
:intt stop. ou'rve saved absolutely
nathia; for a rainy day."
"Ol. yas. I have. dear. I're saved a
lovely blue rainy day skirt."

me will always be above others.
'roy the Inequality of today and
ill appear ag\ir tormrrow,--E umr

IU. S(o I &ii & v i o n -iii . . . V
25.00 Dr. E. C. Bennet ............ 5
10.00 McMillan Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25
5 00 J. C. Pebley .. .. .. .......... 10
10 00 F. M. Williams...... ........ 10
25.00 W icke & Co.. .................10
100.00 Phil Pearl.... ... .. .... .. 4
15.00 F. ,W. Cook Brewing Co, .... 50
5.00 Senator S. R. Mallory .... .. 50
5.00 i. Wiselogel ........ ...... 5
100.00 F. R. Meade .. .............. 10
10.00 P.Tornoe ........ ............ 5
100.00 Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co .... 100
25.00 Clyde Wilson .... .. .. .... 5
5.00 E. D. BeggF" ....... .... 5
25.00 G. I,. Williams .. .. .. .... 1
20.00 H. L. Berry ..... ...... 10
150J Cash .. .. ... . .. ...... 100
o Q0 Geo. Lewis, Tallahassee,.... 100
15.00 W. B. Sheppard, .. ...... 25
50 00 C. E. Merritt, .......... 5
25 00 M. S. Pond .... .. .. .. ...
2.50 White Employees at Millview 50
10 00 Joe Roth .. ............ 5
25.00 Citizens of Warrington......... 54.
5.00 I and S. Bing. Cincinnati ...... 20.
00 00 M. H. Sullivan .. ........ 50
00 30 Balz, Whipple & Co.. Cincinnati 10

15 00
10 00
10 00


Try leaving off Coffee and use

In it% place.
It will solv the p role.

Sunday school children of Bag-
daa .. .. . . .. ....
C. H. Blackman.... ........
D. T. Williams & Co., Milton..
B. L. Gundersheimer.. ... ..
fscambia Land & Mfg. Co....
Jcfferson D. Stevens........
Cash.. .. .. .. .. .......
W. M. Falk...... ........
J.s. M. Andrews, county com-
missioner.. ............

Colored List.
Big Zion Sunday soc' ....
M. M. Lewey. (Sentinel) ....
Jos. H. James .............
W. H. Harvey ...............
Mose Lyman ...............
Richard Morris .............
Cash .......*..................
L. F. Anderson .............
Mario Bia ................
Preston Gordon......
St. Paul church ............. ..



of Woodstock. Me.," gives an hi
stance of prcudece on the part of a
bridegroom which is, to say the least.
unusual. ('a-es, he says, hbve be
known where the future hand has
tried to beat down the papon erm-
ployed to marry him, but It is not often
one hears of a bridegroom wh tries
the market as be would if be wqre sell-
ing farm produce.
Mr. Smith prepared his title farm-
house for his prospective bride, who
had promised to marry him on a cer-
tain date. He went to a notice of the
peace and asked what his term were
for a wedding, The juee relied
that the legal terms Vwere 1~5, but
that people usually paM $2.
"That's too much fwr tean ftul t
work," asserted Mr. Smith, *ald be aW
plied to another justice with t same
"'Can the fee be paid tsP 7e-r hbI
The man scratcbed h -i'-

24 00: bead.
00 "I've got it" be eM latedL*
52., cart wheels have got to be r p0
5.00 and I can get Elder ~*eb dft 1
50.00 a donar a day. He eac a s it
5.00 noontime and it won't eost L tL
5.0) -.,.-0 ..
5.oo0, a 5tea5 ,

While J. IL Barrie ws '1JII
10.001 play, "Peter Pan," be:*wt I* t
children's supper party. Amag -
5 00 g was a little boy 'iWhbie Imsll
2 50 appetite provoked hi"t la s 1M er o'
5 oo0 pledlae threat, "Te w ll i- .
2 00 night." "No, mother ba at ii
1 00 row," was the ala tnipt w a 'e
S00 conmatted crat-re or M-e a .. .
65 eandlht iad MAu thel#W WI& 1
I o rie, who put it Into hjist. _
1 00 bed to the juvemtle olle gato
1* po erfyup eep j
25iaurl~ go~P~i~ri

'-ma 3e-e % I
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Sulphur Powder.

Sulphur Candles

Fmmakiehyde Lamps

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saw THE P WiAOLA JG0UAtiGWALA~'g~wA LiME*IPWSSINIW4 6,0168110 16. 061
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Jacksonville TmIO
%% -'w Im&P ft afy
u- =lwIMU Sw The people of Jeksonvil
| seen the Persident of the
States What they saw was a
I IOUXINA COMPANY ;ous man of exuberant nature, w
_ _; got that he was President
SIUnited States and did just w
SAM L MUATM b aMn M LAAMan. I warmer nature prompted him
...- ''e was happy at the evidei
SIgood will displayed on every
STMI AsMs MlllA i, PROI&SS. happy as if applause were
--- _ *him, and he did not try to con
The man we saw Saturday hi
O S- & fand again proved that he has
brain and will enough for
Sm- Yalr.....******** -******-** :men; but those who saw hi
GkI Meatm ..***me .* i2 l OV .Week........... 0 not help knowing that he has
Iae MI 1bs..S,.. I a LWeeky Editaln yr,, Yw M heart.
Fpaw M al.t 6 i lMewsa fses. And this the noblest possib
Sbination-the iron will, the
brain and the boy's heart, p
il ONS.Y PA APS FROM WHICH A DITAIL that to these is joined an unfi
SUL'ATION STATEMENT CAN SE SECURED. courage and an incorruptible h
iAll these elements go to m
i Theodore Roosevelt.
a d W m devera- st SBOW. L We doubt whether the people
Iui COw 146. L United States ever, in but (
S stance, before saw' the man w
President. They have time and
PNSA COLA, FLOmDAj WU.N4BDAY MORNIN. OCTOBER 25 1905 seen a beinTg so eerustied ia
--- nity of the Presidential oc
gf:..... ::r.f****:::E ter several weeks since. He is no, nothing but the shell could b
0 lieutenant governor, and has repro. And the shell was not made f
WHERE IT e TO IJ FOUND. isented Lawrence and Jefferson county individual. It was simply the
-- in the legislature. He has been dential shell. We doubt it ei
S The Pe-ome Je ra is on grand master of the Masons of Alt- cae President heretofore went
Sale at the 1hLag plcem in bama. He is as well known as any the people whoe every act.
*th e ity: 0 public man in the state. He has gesture, every word, eve loc
S say Hote. statewide fame as an orator, and Mr. not intended tq be th6 act. tl
& C 's Book Ste. Comer has challenged his best efforts ture, the word, thl look of the
L Oamt M-m M is that line by stating that Dr. Can- dent of the United Ittea Sa(
1m Sek aBtugham cannot cao y cVt his an. the man. The exception Ih
M Meeeha H1L 0 nounced policy, however willing he was President IUnaoln. Aga
~-uew "0L. may be. have a President whose nature
i Themp s Sk 8tes. Mr. Comer has been for years one hidden in the office, add we ai
S Waged Cr PGr I,'e of the prominent business men of the to have such a President. The
S Wagiutlm's New t1nd. state. He is one of the richest men of the people can warm up t
0 Wtlbs sa k st. 9 in the South, and has large agricul and as he goes through the c
a ural, commercial and cotton mill in- are warming up to him, as they
------ ----- terests. He is at present president of not If the people only saw the
the railroad commission, elected by There may be soe who will
tho people by an overwhelming vote. President Roomevrt of a lack
OW ope f1 He made a campaign of the state, and nity. We do not blamee any m
s ,_ is very widely known being dignified who cannot h
SThose are the two men who have If what we call dignity is natu
Te Iowfltg m-l V rtike, roea- presented themselves to the people is unobjectionable. If it is
t r themn.e A 4mu--a. -prop asking for the highest office tae vot- as a cloak, intended, like the
w,- -'.i ers can give. One or the other will costume, only to help a man
itmoe which pedre a r 5st i~-ibe elected. The people by direct vote part to which the elek is su
sue of the Fort an Pr r will have wilu say which. There will be a strong to be appropriate, tt is only the
a tmecy to emrt a- er-eaqs ; hotly contested campaign. Dr. Cun- skin thac is pet on to disguise t
rtr that erm to Ir m il to t ningham has given the state his idea The ass that put on a lia's ,s
i.k- on the public questions before them a time made some believe he
S el timet t Laks (ebebre is to particularly the regulation of railroad; lion, but he was only an ass
e d 1aed wtel 5 the svUSp in s4, rates. Mr. Comer has said on thi lion needs no skin but his o
to the soath at tht tady at water: stamp that Dr Cunninghai's plat-i President Roosevelt does no
T --na tthe EveriaIdes form is more radical on rates aan i to realize that he is Presideni
bam ue d s- rrMtee Mly t Imany ill This was reported as part of have otten crklcised him for no
ole have gated tCe te rsion his Huntsville speech. In his Talla-; is ng that he is not Congre
. thte Everglades and Iake Okecho- .dega speech, he said that Dr. Cun- He is certainly not dodging a
bee are ne and the ie and that to aimgKlah could not carry out his ex sponsibilitles of srrendering
Cam such a lrge body t water as pressed ideas because he would be his prarotrtives; but when he
Lake Ok@bebee wN rtt the e'. Founder obligations that would impede out on a holiday to meet the
nat tof the sout-her m end the p- him. he meets them. He does no
tnaia of Florida. The tact i ta On this will probably turn the cam- himself in. When they see him
the Everglades are ath of the lake pa"n. It is the crux, the focs, the may know him Just as he is,
and below it. To dranta Lk Oecho- point of impact. It is here that iue makes no plays to the grand
bee it wonld be eees-ry to dig ca- electric spark is generated. The cam- He may have been shamed 1
as 15 to 3 feet i depth, and this, pa is open.- The people are ready funny man out of a display
of oounte, would be srarot bkl. to hear, and the Ledger suggests that natural ondness for rIs and m
The most that can be hoped for by a joint debate should be held here, beleve that a Prsident at the
Gov. Broward in carrylat out Its whee the isuts can be clearly laid States should take care of hi
tima pn, is to lwer thi s gr- sad accurately disseminated, but in his general conduct he
lake (which covers a awe of I. That will be the proper opening. himself as he sa, the big man
saqafe ( es) poernsmety fom sour' man's brain and a boy's hear
ate sa 1e.L R this eaa be anr-ii~h. The per capital circulation of money every man, woman and child
ed It will drait tha of at cre in the United States is, according to United States ought to see hi
ft aware lands or abft e't the annual report of the Treasurer.s not necesy to be trod
ame level *as te rarte o the lake.' to work him to death in the
and cause the Ever-gadf to dry up, $31.08, but a whole lot of people will shaking business. Those who
except in some of the deeper lagoons. search their pockets In vain for their him will like him and not
The Everstades cr sever be proportion. about the fact that he is not
lastedd as a sheet of water, even in ble
the wetet part of the yr, and wth! Asphart has been discovered in PROFITAL. LITERATUR
the oo Lae k h Kansas. Now watch the politicians P TA E T AU
turned into a sals runmnig to eeaastn t et Competition is inevitable-ant
and gulf, and sot oly carrying off of the whisker state hasten to get in reading and answering wan
Shl everltow of the lake but also the mixed up in it. you must be alert ift ye wo
waters of the Everladea, the plaa first
to dral several sIMes airm weaml With the conclusion of his present
be accomplished. It 1i evident. how- trip President Roosevelt will have In olden times, when urging
ever. to make this gigatic plan a spoken in every state and territory sons to independent business ci
omplete success, ttto i the Union. the fathers woold say: "eBett
large canal must be cat into the st Ih oe fsn. rthht fa r awo t tall"ot
bucie river, but the south canal Medicine Hat is losing its reputation geo." If today, you are tired
several other large eanals womld have s the headquarters for cold weather i1g the "tail" of some businessiaa
the business opportunity ads. a
to be opened Into the Atlantic and Haven't yet heard from it this year. tte a business, even if a small c
the gulf The dkohes wll have to which you can be the head
have capacix3 for carrying off water Mrs. Taggart wants a new trial. "
greaer than that f the streams en The public doesn't. When you come to be a reader
tering the lake and pouring their and interpreter of the want as.,
volumes of Water lato the lake dur- terpreter o the want ads.
tug the protracted riny- season, to T la I ing how to make them "put mnor
make a permanent saocess of the thy purse," you would pay a do
plan, and this appears to be the ob- n copy for this newspaper i you
ject of Goy. Broward. a ftal o not secure It for leas-even though
could secure the news elsewhei

A 500 pound bale of eotton was pre
rented to President Roosevelt by Ala- The lot that was not for sal
bama cotton planters at Montgomery last time you inquired about it m
Maybe he can use it for plugging the' l advertised today.
leak in Washington social circles. COPES If you are just "waking up"
I fact of want advertising-of its
Rfi7 t s On g' am ra Oa f blities for YOU-why, "better
h -than never!"
En Alabao thwn ads. were
The gubernatorial contest In Ala eEt If half of the want ads. were
bama is now on in earnest, the can- e rting and important to you,
DAUILY prosperity would be too easy.

didates hbeng the present Lieutenant
Governor. DY Russe:l M. Cunning-
ham and B. B. Comer, the present
hbeai of the railroad commis,-ion of
that s:a': That the contest will be
a red ho: one from star to finish'
oez. without saying as both are wiue-i
I' bnown ahl. and determined to
ghg to :h, fin:-h The Birmingham
Lv.!cer r-vv' es :ne situation as it
);'ar- ;: pr,.sen: as follows:
Mi. nt.: ha. announced his csn-:
didacry ir the office of governor. The
a T..,'uncI i, n: wa.as made formally at
Ta -'. -a it was n(o a surprise. r.m
he nas b,,n gradually getting nearer
to his arnt:m:.l4renent for several,
I: is nr: probable that any other
cand:ia'* ,- :11 announce for govern-
or VW nmay consider the campaign
as 'pene i and the eraries closed.
The two cand;l'iats are so wel known
tha: they not only do not need an
in rulucton, but nothing new can bt-
ad ,d to their records, except this
Lanouncemet and the development.
of iue campaign.
IW. RuOsel M. Cunaigham an-r
aSnOea his candidacy in a open it-

lm fe11 11 100- MOBm- #N.oimaa 4ea4b oemwitma the IM Or" ar d
v4 the edrewrreace); ad hem ew T aaoaa -s a=ltwed t
4 A'VIEWS THE PAStN bite the ,de ,ow p Weo tlon ha set Ina.
ENT *4 O STATE PAPERSn OF oINGLES. 1O. Tbrs is as possbility of eeatracttag yellow tee fr the black
i -- vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fevr patlota.
'--. .- a 1 ei (-Mble Item.) 11. Aa aak of yellow fever caused. as it alwya ila by the bt of the
-. I I Stegomyk, eoaners manmunity against subsequent attacks of the dul .
MM A PI~P .' "Eet* ese e- .. ..- .. .-s***
h We .har be pleasure of meeting P co a s *a ss-r Xf t ra ed f Utrw.
Ie hawv President Roosevelt on the train a P ecol ho a streetcmpnsstm
United few days a: ad Incidentally came er named GIngles, who, upon the first NEW DUTIEr AND RESPONSIBILITIs IMPOSED UPON TRAIN ED
a vif, .r- very near lparailg his opinion of news- appearance of yellow fever in tha: NURS IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FRVE IN CO
who forb rper Caltmt The' President cIty, secured ainddnte leave of NURSES iN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVERd. N CON
of the picked up a newspaper with a hideous absence and took to the woods-and SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
hat hi caricature of himself on the first page safety. Gingles has since been in re
to do. and remarked: "If there is anything tirement and notwithstanding a s 1. No nurse can be consi lered as trained in the management of yellow
aces of on God's green earth that I do detest 'cre prodding by the city authorities fever In the Iflht of present. accepted, knowledge unless she realize talos.
Fide, as, ir s cartoons; and --." About this and the Pensacola press he refuses! earnestly. and coscientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mOs-
new to time we work up and what the Presi- tu come out during the yellow fever: qutoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
aceal it. dent would have said will probably panic the Glagies epiode has fur- the sick room and to dest:oy them promptly t they should tad thei wa
as time never be known-Zolto Advertiser. Wished about the only diversion the there,
a iuan's * Pensacola press could lay band ow, 2. 'iat as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she
several Fond of Extremes. and it has been maa ithe most of. mwt cooperate with tie physician in the discharge of his functions as g-Vr-
Im can- A government clerk in Panama has tDiscussing the latest attitude of dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoaag dinet
a boy's written that he would as soon live he case the Pessacla eorrspon- h ly the 4nost eimcitnt and important sanitary agent in prtventiig the sprea
where he is as in Chicago. Nobody dent of the Mitery Advertiser o yelw ir in infe ted localities. Upon her intelligent appreciaetoa of
le cor- surprised atth, but sm m a tells us that at last the scalp of he tranmisid 8 of this disease, her p pe al safety (if Or iS aG
man's very fon! of extremes. ndRe- es has been emed. He sy: non-immune) and the protection of the family and the enti *e housooM4 oa
provided colder er s "Street Superintentde Charlea H the patient, especially if these sre not immune) largely, if not entirely.
[inching_ Gingles was discharged by the board depends
honesty. For National Quarantine. cf public worksat a special meetln Every nrse must bear in mind that the most malignant yetlow fevee
ake u The day for a shotgun quarantine last evening. Maior Bliss was pres- patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to Even the mo-t ruaceptibie
ought to have passed on. Its effec- ed the discharge of the superintendent. non-immune, if the propent's preautiso ns are tahen to vent the access O
? of the tiveness has never yet been demon- Mr. Zelius, another member of the mo""uitoes the patients person.
one nl- Mrated, while its inhunmalty appeal t.card, said that he was not *sre that Tiw greatest freedom of persaGal contact and iatere ourse may thwne
ho was to high heaven for vengeance. It has Mr. Otngles had been given sumlcient fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the stici
d again proven an ignominious failure inthmose ;arsing and wanted a personal state.-room, and pr3ylded the inoculation .f mosquitos. by bltln the patUer.
the dig- iocalities where it has been enforced rent fom the superintendent before during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
ce that in Mississippi and Louisiana. We aeting. t was finally decided to have. 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily ecomplished f a
e seen. trust that the'national government a talk with Mr. Gingles, who is about patlet, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infected with yellow
for any will take charge of quarantine mat- forty miles in the country. The long fever, who is coaflded to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito.
Presa- ters in the future, and that there will distance telephone was brought into even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoytna
rer but be an effectual suppression of these lo- reaqusition and the street superintrn- and ha-mtul even if not Infective to the patient, and it must be looked upca
before cal abortions.-Tamps Times. dent and the mayor were soo in con- as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
every * versatio. Mr. Gligles promptly an- 6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever aers u ales s:a
ok was "Dry Towns Prosperoes. bounced, so th mayor said, that he has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which actene and
he gee- One business man who was Intense- proposed to do nothing right now,,it- experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infecte. patients and
re Pt' ly opposed to closing the saloons al- plying that he would remain tn the those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertioes for safety
tead of ready wants another election, so we country until the fever had suabaled. from the infected.
history can make sure of doing a good job of "He said he haa been given < in-1 7. The weapo ofs offense and defense that the aurse must learns o
in we it. His business has been so satin definite leave of absence and waold handle n protecting her patients are:
is not factory that he has already put behind propose to take advantage of It. The ( Me a (B at P r isolate the Patient n Hs
re glad him the netioa that it injures a town mayor again convened the board ad i he MoGtttlt d bars must have meshbs 1ate enouato pre ent tHI
hearts for it to go "dty." And he was one a resolution declaring the office va j na oC a botoas.
o him, ~o the fellows who thought he would cant was introduced and passed. The i M itaer M b ,hie tarou mosaiato nets when any part of the
Country certainly have to move away if the work on the streets was left tempor i paiait'sa t il tract with the setting.
Should saloons were closed.-Starke Tele- nrily to the assistant superintendent. 3. PeuL agtaaes sheld e made to see that there are no tor
e shell graph. Mr. Spottswood has refused to be at i iw.e in the att!X~ a that aa mosquitoes have found a lodging insle.
accuse * the head of the department and an- The a nattin- old be well tucked in -to keep thea moquitoes fro
of dig- Monthly Bulletin Suspendec. cther man will be chosen at a com-
an for Commisaloner of Agriculture, Hon B. ing meeting. Mr. Gingles was elected is amtzea WO found within the netting they should be killed us
elp i- E. MEcLla, has been forced, on account to the eounell last June. A short time st ur drtv or shaken oat.
ural, it o lack of funds for that purpose, to afterward the office of street superin-i 6I AL oe f et uar should be promptly reported to the physieatt; 9
put on suspend the publication. of the Month- tendent was Aade vacant by the re-: waiting his rriv~ ll t tshould be covered with a meagoqao ar. Thita is par
actor's ly Bulletin. This should create a ignition of John Burns, and this va, ticularly important in dlalag with md labeves., splay la tnfantas ad
play a& boom in the subscription department cancy was filled by the election of Mr. chiWdraa to beie liable to infection wth yellow fever. The disease man
pposetd of the average weekly newspaper.- Gingles, who resigned from the eoun- ifests itself in such I'mild form In inattile and weary childhood, that it
Slion's i Quincy Times. cl. At the breaking out of the fev- likely to *ef recgao4 tln On account the very mldanas of the symp
he ass. er, he asked for and was granted an o to h usa precautions are not taen sad the moaqtees are able t
kin for Definition Wanted., indefnite leave of absence. There i read the disease witbost molestation. The mud or unrecogaAed cus i,
was a Democrats are Invited to note that was no stipulation that he should re- or this reason, the m0t dagroeasW, froa a sanitary r~lot a vt iw.
. The the smirch-d m'en with famous names, turn at the pleasure of the board of ( ) eareens.
wn. now In the public eye nm connection public works, and it is thought thal he All opeglf lea00dN to the telt chamber should be screeand. Outside
at fa1l with the insurance scapdas, are aill will be able to resume his duties upon of hospitals, we cfl are oat usually available and prov sloal arreens
t. We either republicans or "national hon- returning to the city." can be 34oae bt obatM or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
ot real- or," "gold bug," "anti Bryan" demo- To The Item it appears that Mr. secured to the tsunpls eoe the sick room.
ss too. crats. oThose clamorers for "honest Gingles, in the language of a Mobile (C) Sulphur anmd 1y pS t I fr -Pu ssi
my re- money" palg. now give us a 4oeni- poUticiaq, has a. yellow streak of FuDlttXi teXwt07 with salphur or pyreabrau (laseet powder) to.e oy
any of toh of Vt5r4-iey meant by the term. rammoth priPrtUons eAtreUrlA his possibly Sd fsctl es as early as possible after the e th o fe 'vSer

e goes -MonticetatoNews. bioad girth. The public octial who Sulphur artadiag 1 po pot Is the arest w r, awd it N I prIas ua vli
people .* will rnt fru6m yellow fever or other will not tWA*,et bllW m 0olo0 M Three powads in an rvMwra oom Is s .
rt wall Leea"n in CIdMla onaa comtagious ease should forever put cleat if the Aro d ed:M ; .ore accurately, two pounds OI si e te s MS
n they The peopleot Ilorlda are getting a his political ambitions at rest. cubic feet iaWeg S e s mated by uaitary authorI tes san rAe pon J
for he crvere lepsomil cleanliness. Some of Gingles is a quitter, pure and sim- insect powder t 109tic tfe t will aunf to stupify he mequs Tw
stand, the clti hAj ,kept everything looking rle, and he should remain where he mosquitoes will fall to the door and s hul be elloeerd d 1d nt TWo
by the so briht they don't need elec- now reposee-"azmong the tall and hours' *im tts V wth ea'phur is aquie sallst in ordisary cms l tes *
of his tried ligtas. ~ep it up.--alneaville uncut." f mes ao la sh their =aeas easl Ata r e
iade to m. G ood-bye, Gingles, good-b7y! about Pbe daa the morga, so theirhat rs r will b
l ted ; A i ..babor br5 t It sh he dtoe prfrably in dry weather. When-
ae ever thei the patient will permit, a rous adjoinlng the me
swith a TIHr A N SM ISSION OF PI.boccupe t eaegitould be Anrst pIerled masqnttoee ad pr'eag *
ith aoth ccu epitiob t IIe. eant, who is to be carefully tasferrte to the disbn
1tn. and. b, fe ted room 5 r10 a9 possible after the fourth day.
iVITn the, W Fw orl of d infection and mosquito destruetia. as well as acreieta
Ym. It Ais now cond"eta bt the Health Authroties, immediately after notfletilon ay
d- or NrE IT the att6ndlnl phyirel- But I isolated calities or when deiay in obtal
hand- HOW TO ing a unitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and narse must direct the
bothe members of the beesebld in applying the preerlbed reglatlons. V
bother Addlticl Icsutlas in sulphur famigaton, reoma4d by the Ap-a '
ialU- At a mpting of the Orleanu Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1903, Authorities in charge S santatio I New Orlea 4nrig the pres
Dr. Rpdoipg CAtas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibil- epidemic: of meta, sh bper ve
E ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care Remove all ornaments of metal, such a brloamt, coer, lavtar a
of yellow feyer patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of rOmthe room thtremve, o be private d All obycove of a thmen e i
I even the mode o? transmission of this disease by the mosquitoo" which canot be removed coating of vasoteta abpy ed w th a beke t
It ads. A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow feves with paper, or with in coating of umiated all abric atrial a fter th
uld be prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties In this disease, Remveshkig.the romll drawers andfdooal o f uraitate aad ealfr the
which he had utilized In his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub roughly Ishllaa t l be closed and made ad tgtft fa portble by ste al a
lashed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: p Thes in Sainey dr. walls, keyholes and cracks mar wsdtpW iad
; their ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUL doorpenings co ho d c
career, 1 Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease Crevices ea be closed by pasting trips of paper (old newspapers) oveW
Ster which is traasmittod from the 5ick to sraceptible individuals through the hem with a an Iron potat skiladlet p eferflour.
f star- aea a of mosqui.tgs and, as far as know, the ngle sissis, the 8tea- The sulphur etbuld be placed In an iron pot, flat skillet p'eferred, en
of be- agency of osquies andhe a fmon akowst er i e spec to a thii placed on briells o a tbub or other convenient water receptacle with amt
waich oWyia Fasci ta, which is the cpmmon domestic or cistern mosquito ot New n inch of walrllV I e bottom. This is a precaution whaeh mut Ia ke to
ad me Orleans and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. an, a nt id he h ia beto b st Ag to
Sof 2. e germ or transmissle poison of yellow fever exists n the blood ard a t a the phr i lile to boil over and
one, of of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- the uhose.phur s ed ignited by sprinkling alcohol over and tt.
wards the patient ceases to be a mensae to the health of others. Hence the The ptarat t shapLd be kept closed for two horse, and the opeae p
r, user importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began. and well vettedr.
Suser imp. The mosquito (Stegomyta Fascata) is powertess to convey the dis- nd O -Te Sld the c bic contents of the room, multiply the th of a .
know- ease to a susceptible personby its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed the' "o y the indth and this total by the height, and to Bd the a Io-t
nay in after biting the yellow fever patient. This period of incubation In the mos- of sulpr c ry to fatmiate the room divide the cubic content by Me,
llar a quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the and the relt w be the amount of sulphur require I in pounds.
could body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary Take -r mLapLf., a room 15 feet long. 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
Ih yu glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission foind, in 1900, would msultipl 8I1 equals 1.500 eabic feet. Divide this by SW and oe
Setu that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days,-in the hot summer months, wi!l ha the am at of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.
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money-making a mere pastime. But
Sore the fact that there fs one now and
The following gures show The Pea- then which means money ani' oppor-
saola Jowurnal's erculation for each tunitv to you is enough.
day during the month of September,
1905. with the average number of, "Absurdities" are not often adver-
copies mily: tised in these columns as "Opporunl-
ept. 1, 5,000 Sept 16, 5,300; ties," because it wouldn't pay. Want
SaptL 2. 50 Sept. 17, 6,550 ad. readers soon come to know the dtf-
Sept. 3, 5200 Sept. 18, ference between them at first sight.
Sep, 4, ... Sept. 19, 5,00,
Sept 5, Sept 20, 5 00 Even if it seems like work, at Brat,
Sep. 6, 5,00 Sept. 21, 5,250 it will pay you to add, to the list of
Sept. 7, 200 Spt- 22, ,22 your daily habits, that of reaoing about
Sept. 8, ,20 Sept 23, ,225 all of the want ads.
Sept. 9, ,20 Sept 24, 5,550
Sept 10, 55t0A Sept. 25, i very day. in this city, some bwa-
Sept. 11, -. Sept 2. 5250 ness "changes hands." which means
Sept. 12, 530 Sept. 27, 5, that it changes "heads." You may
aept. 13, 5,00 Sept 28 5s,2s have your name over a shop door a
ept. 14 5.300 Sept. 29, 5~50 week from now if you watch and use
ept. 15, 5,300 Sept 30 5r250 the want ads.
STotal for the month..... -s136,
Average per d y........ ..5,4 iIf you have determined mot to spend
I hereby certify that th above state another wier itr in that leaky house,
ent is corret according to the re. cut out a few want ard: and ran around
ords oa ale in this olBe. and take a look at aemething better.
FRED A. W8T ---
Circuation Mgr. Probably the most desirable far-
Swora to and subscribed before ame nihed room advertised today will have
this 30th day of SepteL.ber. 1906. a tenant at this hoar tomorrow- ad.
J. P. STOK~ if you live in a ".e- *a I.-M e,"
Notary Public. It might as weU be .po ,

to eighteen days aql over. nu rue cool r winter season.
4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in Its body daring the period
above specified, the Stegomyla is ready to transmit the disease during the
entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the
insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
yellow fever with a Stegomnya fifty-seven days old. Gulteras with another
10 days old. Note-According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Faselats in Havana
can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in louisitaa, says
Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of teg-
omyla must be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after
biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until fve or
seven days have elapsed. but Dupree says that the Stegomylas in Lo4alsta
that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal. and, like
Anopheles, within three to fie days after.]
5. A period, varying from tw" to fve days, usually elapses after the bite
of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yedow fever will develop fa
the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the
United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen cawes
of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of moequitoes it varied
from forty-one hours to ive days and seventeen hours, after tanoculatlon.)
From the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Faclata bite
a yellow fever patient within the frst three days of the disease, t will have
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation
period in the mosquito); then, if i; bites a susceptible person at the expfr2-
tion of this time. two to five days must elapse for the disease to manlfeut it-
self in the bitten person. Therefore, i etinmating the probable spread oa
yellow fever from a single individuai co thFe susceptible persons in his envirat.
meot, a period of at :eas: ;wenty-s*. asays must be allowed to elapse before
the success or failure of nry ~irebvMtve measures, directed towards the des.
tructior of th mosqmil'o. can b-' determined. In view of the fact that several
days rr:a- 'arEpse 'ere.~c a mosquito infected from the irat case may bRe a
suscepibl' per(on, t*':s perlce of obse-vation should be lengthened to thirty
days, which i tru time iOver by the heakh authorities of New Orleans ia the
pre-ert epidemic, to dete'nmne if a focus will develop from an hifected case
after its first appea-nn-m in a given locality.
7. The Ste-romyia F~ F. ta cannot convey yellow fever durtg the ttis
that the poison is incubheing in ts bodi (twelve to eighteen days). It maj
bite freely and repeatedA- during this period, but its bte is innocus; .nether
does its bite within this period confer any tamMrIty to the bitten pere.
S8. Yellow fever is not traanitted or conveyed by fomites (1. e. arttles
or inanimate objects that have come t1 contact with yellow fever patient or
their tmmedlate surroundings.) Hene* the *ltmnAtin of cetl ing, bqd.lag
or merchandise supposedly soiled or eeStaminated l by contact a r oimia
wtah the sed, is unnecessary.
The bdes or eadavera e-the dead from yellow fever are ilcapable e-

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RY L I at Newport, and among the refugees
to Tallahassee, not a single ease do.
Sveloped among the citizens of Tal-
lahassee, which proves conolasivel
3FIF Y VFA DC Aa ) that the refugees were infected be-
r I YKRfS Aftore they loft Newport.
Was this because there were ao
yellow fever mosquitoes at Tallahas-
td- T-JIU Id 1 M F lat s w fr MI~ag see? There certainly were mosqul-
SU W I toes here then as now, of the am3)t
persistent, blood-thirsty bred that
F" o L Sever made life a harude to peope and
_I_ m doubtless there were Stemyia IPas-
SIIelat in abundance, but the local au-
thorities by acc dest hit upo a prl
Sk of t T-- 5 Coton as a m SrIhuS- that is today endorsed by the Marke
A eeot ft eo the Tallaae Co0tton was whipped from Tallaha- Hospital Servtie; whdeh without
cSU-1 l-te eOt Oiv tf- e ovr the 8t. Marmk mad to the question, If. the ssequto theory t
u0f a t C d tati e O lal's rt omast, anm ws leaded aon m els from true, saved Tallahasse fr a de-
m e vitr tia ef yellow ever: New Orlesas, then the greatest cotton stating epidemic.
' m* i of th e me quldNe aw t in the world; the planters Trpentine turned.
s- t ittg el lw fever supplies were brought from the same One hundred and fifty barrlsa of
i ta I n -m.ay interesting maet. crude tlrpeatine, the white reslaous
**left CC 0 of former Preus a Ports. snBa as it comes from the trees, was
- t.. Mar d Neport ere the ordered p1eed at the City Market,
L Mar ad Newport were the which then occupied the quare now
Mlt r % I" A Tu ses- a4 i pesperoae 4 important ports, sad Leon Park. The heads were kaocke
Ir t ~igmar4e with yellow ever. vere ithorle places of resort for the out of the barrels and the citizen of
JW a soe partd the bdm og entry from the bounUes f Jeferson., Tallahassee were requ red to set
oft -- thegroi-n the"wn each day for a certain aoot of the
l tiaim the growtaget Leon and Ga1aen, whi were thea cotents. Pits were dug ia each blek
asah ou et New Or610 the eestr of weah sad aristocracy yard and filled with the rade tar-
-- M Newport, UeedW of Florida. Here *ing the summer, peatine. After sundown it was set
l and fall month gathered gay parties onfi re. The oMA ot,the town wa
At s. a, pw an mportnt --the lordly later sad their ais: re th ta a", stI. elR
11M d $dW UM e tperm""r of hC. the leaping bonAree w set great
S--- tl e -_ Te. and o- clouds of black, tarrj sme all over
as third = Wr buil t e U t b bt Ks hiMn, boat the town and put tlhe maawes
1Z .%a Pti e sretet of twee- ig--and w60 shall doubt it?--tim In the vicity out of bUInelSs. 'is
M- af- b tIhaser to St honored f hmles samner r kept up for several weeks, dew
a. o sei --"a wa a tis of th e IU sis uof that day: In the' prevalene of llow 0Vfw.
Is their thlstable charm and beauty. not for the purpose of destroyjiA
hUM i tee Me -s1 wa n Newort have h,' ."us I altihoh it ha t bt e h0tet
WA 0a 1Utr tasted ot cm their day. sad are oiw ienk into I but eDry to puriy the air Jaa p
8bes as t tMe prenet day. TLe read ocroa ~esrte. Tht is eti the vnt malaria, which was then alist
.----, ,- slba rea4 sLwft -emS which a srcowu *
fw tan 4 am so- s a dr i tnary e t of three There Is a belief that yellow feVer
t I I Irlt to. 'dtW tal trip tlu a w Im the Mgital sty vll m t bemeac a epidemic t' Tal-
-- *g the atck was terms but the trSMc has M d eMer market iaime. 8o strong was this \beR
-* 1~ a i r Me -a amd other Otl that during the dreadful epidemic I,
SNf --l M t ew t,.*a i* u n.e -Utt j.eCkosviUe in 1888 Tallahase- with
twg"emthere w esr kames a Ue* ta rVUer, s rms ad typical bospl tty ppe whie her
4 wam ait ul as sm .,it -rr d;es so high Nt and ber onle .fir homs to,
-_____ that aits a4 toi their passen- refugees from the stricken city. Tal-
am. e e e fr Iareh of the lahasse became annet duter
botel-thoua why thy Ied to for much of the business oef ah-o
S' land at all is a mtter I ap not pr e- ie. I debt, however, It we wre
Sr d to g-slaw be quite so hospitable or rgaf d nre-
ea e rges wih.&as little asplokton 4ay as
Mere the :, bruiLk produced we did before Madame 8 w80amyUa
S \ two famous*-ct- ipoodal enough came into the lime light.
a tnrut "L tMht oDe r~rl heads
so high"-- aseo At the meat fascinat- We Are Lights.
In ad briNW drteS matchless A number of are lights, fo which
ce t Cth a l Theyo the city pays the Electric Capaay to
r Crimn ea t 4S a light the streets, were mconsieouby
a ea E- te wals their absence last night, notceably on
"ama -ines 'd rsmm ay L- tLoward North Palaiox street. The -many
ae alsng a t te C~p ~rectiae was notified regarding the matter.
th eHn* T-iW b m f at the 9 (ctlive.
making the plaee a marvel of beauty. -- ---- --- i
The etha p3 iit e S as e' 0AS FftOM PAST
the dread treacherou death that A FO P
t rked aloM the ver s alk end aI When Used a Foed Is Boud bt Make
Ift the le 40s Tr lee re
"Iaft ii. rr 1 the ruty, iuggish venomous cowper-
Eii ft- PR t aoe 4iL Tio headed that the ohdlMrea au* to amnas The average eereal food as freouent-
B fseft es*th-_ t lemaelv sby tlrowleS aeteks and ly prepared, forms a pasty, as-gene
d1 a Y illrsa e T d stones at them as they lay sunning
Sm an I tido Id their rusty ltKng4 s aa partly submerg- ting mass in the stomach which gives
ia f PC l logs o aa the ri e bank. It has the digestive apparatus consideable
600 =Iast h I" &OoMa
W"beta_ sln" been said that there wr moccasins trouble and frequently puts it out at
it; C s th ai *r &* a enough at Newport to fetce the coun- business. A young man writes from
m.-0-M.mhpito try. Trenton. N. J., to tell what it did for
m, at i r a Eary Pfmie Yellowi Fever. him:
Hamie' N-- I It was f> wptt that the first "I live in a boarding houmm for three
S A d.yeltlow fewer came to Tallahassee. A earun before I as married," he says,
Sparty, among thm a young girl, a "and every blessed morning thee was
Scoas of Mr. Johak Demily, went supplied me some sort of cereal break-
aboard a steamer fro New Orlean fast food, which I ate simply because
that was ofdag cotton at Newport; had been treated to eat what was
b __ a P of ton board the vessel a man was II! with set before me-not becrase I partiem-
Syellow feer. V it w ere today, of larly relished any of it. It used to le
b a-SAy 2cL0 which I am wrutlag. I wold tell you heavy on my stomach and witbs ua
I m w tL .o-aieC n that a Stagoayle Faueata which had hour fill me full of gas, i naki me
s am haMI I y hh m tuang a Ws3r itate an t attacked very uncomfortable. At lhat tis sort
...to ma this child o *ig~ yeas ad perhaps of thing brought e a serleas distur
bs olka mt tia others ot the wty tat t was more bnce of my digeLtive appWatm with
aPai Tt h an fty yea r o ad Madame Ste- loss of appetite. and in dto I bad to
Sar iM. f tIt IsnMrs C asmy *a. t-he -u i6 hbas' w- go under the doctor's clear.
tet t rie Cis Cu.s t t w ba ian the w was a plain, pesky "He put me on a diet f milk sad
hhW's a erbthh mtIa mosquito, whether Mataae, Mr. or It, tcaet, which in a week or two lost me
steam Or be I oPimu no Ohe maWed. 1 pounds nla weighLt I had a peakaag
-eesm e Anyway a number of cases de- of Grape-Nuts food Ih my room, which
vel ped at Newport; pailc-stricken, I had bought as a matter of eurioaity,
-s. g i -i the people ted ln all directions from but had never opened. When I fial-
the plague-infested town. A dozen Iy tired of milk and test I thout I
or more refugees came to Tallahassee would try the Grape-Nuts, without any
_a__g__ a_____ a_ In ,and the frst victi was Jala Hathe- expectation that I woulo' Lke It, thtik-
way. ing that it was probably siallar -o alI
Newpwu DPea^ tsd. the iret of the prepared foods.
The fevr wa sery fatal and a'- -I liked tt wihh cream fro the tart,
most depopulted Newport, as it did however. ending it entirely lfteeant
depopulate the eld tpwa at St. Joseph fiom anything else that I had ever
further up the oast. eaten, ann inadlged in It freely. Ia
In those days less was known on, week fi say it on my heoor) I re
About gem theories ad the thbe- rained nine pounds In weight ad the
island mi4dal Ias which befuddle us Grape-Nuts gave me the power to di-
now. The ftal and bitter experiences grst other kinds of food. It put me on
Sct( subseb t eptdemis have dle my feet in a few days aal' now I is
our doctors sad U leftists to probe always will be a regular food tem-in
deep Into eaues 4ad elects and our bouse. My only trouble is tonake1
i bring out of their dark ad dangrous my wife from eating too much of It,
S*jdepths new theories, iew treatUmla:, she likes it so well." NIan Ie by
TI aUd streamoes methods of dt abng Poetdm Co., Battle Creek, Meh.
S i wisth the Yellow Death. There's a reason.
i It is caro- to ote however, that Reosd the little book. "The ead to
fatal a was ete o f feer/ Wllille," in each pkg. I

Td U bIsa Edwards Abm t
.U f. W. Eps her

For the art time ie he reoutte-
ties at Oar em, the G covers e l*
Ida ryterfay visited the county jail
ad pmrso*aWy ttorriewed three m
condemed to death, says the Jack-
soavUle Metropols.
laham Zdwards a negro, who s to
be executed Nevember 3d for the umr-
der f N. W. BaPes, co~ay -supera-
tendent of public Instruction of Leoa
camty, a sSeptember 4, 1904 as oa
several occasions confessed that he
alane Mhfed epB teadent Uppes. and
that Neson Larkla nd George Cld-
well, who were convicted a accesso-
ries to the murder, had nothing to do
with the crime.
Since their covlection the cases
agatst ]LarkW and Caldwell have
been carried before the Supreme
Court and the sentence sustained.
Their cases are now pending before
the State Bard of Pardoms. Gov.
Broward, being a member of the par*
doing board, personally interviewed
the three men yesterday. Edwards
stuck to his aMfession, exonerating
Larkin and Caldwell.
Several weeks ago the pardon
board refused to intervene In the case
agalast Ewards and the Governor
set November R as the date of his
execution. To the Governor Edwards
"I am ready to die, but I would like
to see Cawel and Larkta to free."
Oov. Browad will return to Talla-
huosee today and will no doubt in-
form -the other members of the pir-
d&uing board of his interview aud
make rrecommindation aerwding to
the impression he obtained from his
talk with the three men. Larkin and
Caldwell have protested their inn*-
cence all alone and declare that Ed-
wards was jaone guilt of the murder.
When the MR wee first arrested
Bdwards dated that they were
members of a beforee Day Club," but
It was afterward proven that no such
club exsted.


The eae re yMellow er M id
he *a hac Nl he t ut jen at e
dlaevery of ofia, when lthe smd s

baoes il Saate Deatnoe o. But th
est anatlhtte aluneIt s of as epidea
It which eraerved the ai Baedos r

les ae' ravaged the cities of North

dSuathl kAmr Central America
er Weipe. Durnlg the Napels
e.le war them mest exto ivew epdemile
, red. ln ~8o Oelad was visited by
this scourge, which attacked 4,000 out
at 87,000, 8,000 dyi~g In a few months.
One of the wort epldemas which has
ever ravaged the United States ecc-
red in 18 and i exteil along the At-
lantic east tronug all the southern
states and as far north as Rhode Is-
lan. One bhndred and twenty-Ave
I Uld persons wers sides, m oe
tas 20,000 dying of the disease.
A peioulaty of is gem et yellow
ever is that it may be carried long dis-
tanees and preserve I vitalty for
Sth. During the epdemi of 1800
Cn Cadi wpas ax IsMace of this.
A native seeing tIea m* fteted city
weat to biT villa i lmeois, MmItS
and there die of the disease on his ar-
rival. The hlme was ummedoately cloe
ed, and the allowing yer the articles
of dothingl and ifurnre were sold to a
dealer in Junk. He died of yellow fever
I a few day, and tee epissc which
follewed was directly teaeed to this
The Infected trunk O a man who
bad died In the Barbados of the disease
was the beginning o the outbreak in
Philadelphia in 1741 Tbe effects of
this man, a Mr. Binham. were sent on
from the place where he died, and the
gri had enough of vitality n them
whes the track was packed to lead
to a disastrous otbeak. Individuals
a all ages and races are attacked. It
was at eae time thought that the cre-
oto was aimune, but/tis is found to
bo a mistake. The nero is not as sus-
adihbt as the white maia but he is by
a m sas exempt. One attack, as a
uto, seems to reader the victim B*-
tneM for life, though te Immunity
may he lost by a prolonged stay In a
mathern cUmate. Yellw Sever Is a
hot weather dissaf being mast prtv-
alent in June. July ad Au gt. One
r two frests may arret an epidemie,
thiah it may reappear on the ret
C waru weather.-New Trk Herald

, o~ kf

This s the last week of summer
prices on coal. Buy now and get bene-
fit ac low prices. Consumers Ice &
Fuel Co., Chase and Tarragona. Phone
259. 25oct5t.
Heoton's Pharmacy-the Brthplace
of prompt delivery. Open all night
Phomn 1100.



Following is a liet of the real estate
transfers for the week ending Octo-
ber 21, furnished by L. S. Brown &
A. C. Binkley to Lee Daniell. blocks
71 and 98, also lots 2 to 7 and W% lot
8 block 70, New City, $1.00 and other
Edward B. Chapman to J. R. Ash-
ford, NY of SWV of Sec. 9, Tp. 3 S.
R. 31 W, 80 acres more or less, $800
G. E. Hendrix to Mrs. Lizzie Daw
lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 125, New Cit.
Nero Nettles to Manuel Simmons, 7)
acres la W% of SW% of Sec. 20, Tp.
1 N. R. 31 W., $25.00.
J. A. Wilkinson to George Carter, 6
acres out of NW corner of tract des-
cribed ap follows: NE4 of SB%, Sec.
3C, Tp. 6 N. R. 31 W., $30.00.
C. H. Williams to Lee Dqniell, lots
12 and 14 in block 63, West King
Tract, $1106.00.


Every Calamity, No Matter How
Great, Has a Definite Beginning.
There are no accidents In nature.
The avalanche that without a mo
ment's warning rushes headlong
dA- hp mountain side is not an a.- -




-prtat Mr Just Wnork
by Gmnamt-Othnr Wor
to BkeW

One of the most fImportant works
that ha been .vuu-ienced by the gov-
ernment in this section this year
was completed today, when the
dredge Suwanee that has been operat-
lag in the Sarasota bay, sailed for
the Anclote river, says the Tamra
The work is important to Tampis
for the reason that the naval *torei-
operators of that section and the
traft and vegetable shippers all son'i
their products through this city.
The oicial report on the opera-
tions has not .et been received at
the local engineers office, but it Ie
stated that the dredge finished up to
a point below Blackburn's point be-
fore the appropriation for the work --
$5,000, secured from the last cngrc'-
by Congressman Sparkman- wa.i
used up.
It had been hoped to complete this
enLire project with the $5,000 Ipppr>
priation, but the dredge encountered
some difficult dredging along thf
route, and it this way, it was found
to be impossible to carry on the work
as fully as desired. The dredge has
been at work 'about three months,
ever since she completed the woik In
the cut in Hillsborough bay leading
up to the docks of Tampa.
The work thus accomplished will
be of the utmost importance to the
vegetable and fruit shippers nmong
the line, and will also aid materially
the naval stores operators, who are
located above the point where the op-
erations ceased.
Anclote Next.
The next work that is to be ^oe
by the dredge is in the Anclote rier.
This project contemplates a channel
100 feet wide and sis feet deep at
mean low water from Anclote wrch-
orage to Sponge Harbor, and thence
four feet deep at mean low water to
the county bridge at Tarpon Springs.
The great importance of this work
lays in the fact that there are about
200 vessels engaged in the sponge
fishing industry plying out of Tarpon
Springs, that need protection in
some available harbor during rolng
weather outside. 'f therto there has
been a scarcity of watet in the har-
bor, and when the vessels came ip
they frequently went aground.
The importance of the sponge fish
Ing indurtrj can be otimated iy
the ket that it is almost unique ian
the UiVlted States, and that, more-
over, the value of the sponge during
the year of 1903. amounted to $345,-
@00. Last year they were worth con- .
siderably more.
Moreover, Tarpon Springs is a
great pleasure resort, and there are
some twenty-4ve or more launches
operating sut of there that will find
better going sincm hed channel is

IL W L*Uf.IM r oomme

wa a m m .m -- S Pons FM

It OM Jay b ftW101 6EVoffph= ina bob., rW

Herdwwer, Sads k waI Ms or Lumber.
W~p an& f Pa W BUk, cLIM sd Cemet.
We M nW" 337M =m MnwlIM

Saunders MIII Company

Offices 29p Gwdn Streetn PlPoe 717. t
Pacwy M wlaflh ?aJox Street. Phone130.

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RAguv ug *and *tatbaory,

MI Order Receive Prospt Attentiao.

go 9v Zadek Jewelry 0o.

Old Lady Cosrm was giviag her
granddaughter some aed dvise the
we*k ftefore hebr weddlaC. "New It's
all very ae for you to have these
plans fer maklng Joha over-If he
needs It," said the e lady. "He may
have some ideas about reefrming a few
little habits of yours, my dear-but
you don't want to go too far, either of
"When I was a gt samebdy to WI 1 THESEASON
e the story o a young woman who
made the yoeag man she married
promise her he would bae nothing to
lo with smoklag. Wl, that was all
right enough, but he'd never been an
lttemperateskeri ad be Iised the NEW FLORIDA SYRUP, per
little oothlind be'd ie eem amned to eal.. ................ ..50
get from his pipe ece in awalle.
"But itfe ae isaw a I taking at FRESH MULLET ROE, per Ib.. Ie
It sIhd remid lint. 'Yea po uim me
never to have th to de with FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES, per
pipes or smeng wbhe we were mar- Dozen.. ..... ............ 2e
"Then one day aw kftebm stowe act,
ed like all pesemed-itad te room per Dozen.. .-.25e
fall of smoke. e s e theaght NEW FLORIDA PAPER LL
the stovepipe needed cleaning, but he- NEW FLORIDA PAPERSHeLL
be was kind of stabber same as PECANS. per !b. 15 and ....20

client. .............. a. i m t men are at times--e Just satOF GRANULATED
-p b -a For years previous tiny atoms ha'-e there and said, 'I yomised you when UGAR STILL GO FOR THAT
SIhe t *teel brW** o eg been cr talisrng, and adding thear we were married never to have any. UGAR STILL GO FOR THAT
ef wa ste fase SoeTon weram evur minute streug:th to the mass whih thing to do with pipes e smoking, and SAME.. .. ...... ........
mr a was known as the Tower i- left its ba.-e when the accumulation this comes under both heads.'
Ib and stood lower BrMdwar, Ne reached a certain point. "And she bhtd t go for the stove
lwik city. When the ahitect subt Neither is baldness an accident. The man herself, though he was a real con-
ed the plans for it to the building do infitesmally small germ wh ch i, siderate man, most ways, her husband
apartment in 18 te members of ta the cause of Dandruff and Baldr.,s was. You just bear u t mind that lIttle
department were se p leo that thWy !feeds silently and long before the re- eircumstant e when o in're making Job L Z JA
ad to turn the whole matt ever to a siut is seen. eer."
special board e expert examiners. Pr! The small germs wh!ch thrve on ---
the irst time to the wrid a bu-flte the seal and which are the ease Saba a D-sa P S, 183
had been designed I wih he idn and Dalruff cannot ex- Mr. Goeanw~ th8Wc P
hbd been dei d I which the entt it however, when Newhr)s Herpl- Mr. Goadva 0-J0 aq au
Weight of walls and foor was support- cde ist, ho 'le. you'vee as eW. tlh r -- Ie
ad by the steel skeleton, and the bulld- For -le )y W. A. D'Alemberte, 'f Tcry truthfuL b* I Keep your system in good coadttli
lg laws contained no provision for druggist and apothebary 121 South i W -Wellky.i sa. y you need not fear any disease
sch a structur. Bt the experts a c Palfox street,. or send 10" in stamps veriel' yer ieeds a abih4ttape Ua Pnto, the great stomach healer, for
sepid Plr pans an the i er skyP for sample, te The Herp-cide Co., D- the a anud d )1r o J, wsl wholesale and rtail, by J
r aper was a. t iroit, Mich. w Pres M eah.

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nr t Praises Dy's
The hdar M 1y -w he to die by the tfamy do er, -b
Asnef 3W Bw V ad68, witheat a ace, or palo, thebtft
theIi U lbrI *m*mslrnt Durly's PuiM flat WlMslb
*I have nsthbd a doctor eM Wmy
askaes sid I takt Duffy's L thbes
aeinsihEm- tae ak tr my old gea
o r sayem else, ysow nor am."

w as sick tefar p r7-ng. and our tae
xsy doofr sAMiB inkemu Isurht lvepa time,
bi t u o m ye" t wkth .yI =,
ob hea ick a bed o aand m pAnd

wousae s. i pd qua*mam-t. i haoe4=a

nsm the circalat on, repairs b+anthirs-lr "onr, Men
l thteY4 body so aa healthy
hfef SPure

It s mabolted y unre ods tea aln ad a pis themo r urkd to on' the
andblessings of a belt saId stiorua d Ich troubles Is enduend emad M
mhzlssers or td O l and pr ewtbd bF -60s the =Q" nurfshiNg pure, hlh.
giving tOl.011mIm ad hvIrnunew known tO--m'las. It h peri.. th eh jd q
on the circulalom, repairs anb Im"up ith
Bweak ar t l l and rd
It i abeautely free freu fhteel oed IS

NDaf. OLDRINe, istrhutor.
digestio, p mr Et ds thrat
and lungs, ni 10 boel sad toualch trUbles.

N. QOLDRING, srlObAtr.


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rat PENSAGULA u.# OAL, v6-, welt, mrsooWS *@roo

-- U r 7SI~
I~ Km-
)LCbrl La~'

he sem welL 2%em0=semrd
Fa m wbi& mi d InofI

awiyhig a
I b m"Wabod, &ad Mu

m~kwerI 6-LU Ther

LI .. u

Ia MOM a


ft_ esh., atr -qf

P-I d vta fti les. ,erel

Boys and Girls.


r of a h t bo auy t SatbtS.
Sp~is te akh.'-ftoaW WOM

a oC er 2. Us.M

a J rl Mua., WUage BT--BW
lr1abmoSli Clhu Buado f trh
es a e lle timem pofpo a af
a owns to W awatIge aeve w -
w ser the st tan.nlm emltn

T a lstuaers are theloreuhl

Hsac CLaY Amiaomits
SIwt a woiah they mastret.

ld. Cplsa Pmeoiveame om ed.t
Tem ah e a a sm s tsurr adlea

% upir orls e fth arot eaen .
a symstema aammat
f ~ns lae a healthy owth aof

Wby em ,dyw or daulr
awwy to olieg.e befeo p perly prwe
(pret wfor rolekwrk, Whae every
advstage for brtl e and aeore pm-
smal at"enter Iar Res hre at
Soe Ctaleue or fter ifermatom

r Nerth um
"oft L Prwepster.
U W Neth O aiffec Street.


he Joursas DaiT Fashion Feature
.~~ ~~ ~ ** -.

Por school and every day wear in (seam down the centre back the
tfr weather there are few models at ft is adjusted by means of toe soul-
oece so smart practical and all around der and under-am seams. The turn-
comfortable as s the doublebreasted o er collar is all is one iece, arang
reefer or box coat In deference to into a revere shape at the coraera, a
the vogne of tted wnerts for their interlned, with a piatse heireoWth.
elders, those e the as r genera- as is also the eleeve writ to hol the
tio are asmi ing s-m4 tg lines B -hape. The front fatea ovwr a
where l foerr thb hae th aad oWouble-breasted tyle, ad coavealer
looe. A dearL w at makes ths pockets appear on the hips. The
pretty mue m~da, 0 so re d ma- sleeve is comfttably full at Bt tog,
ng tt prison ateh eandt dcheWy tapering Into cose-ttuag outiLe he.
for cold-eathr wear. here is a low to elbow,




- IC __ ~_

Secretary. water which cannot be screen
drained (1 ounce of oil will cove
Orelsm *"l. arammhaul." square feet of surface). The oil
It Is a curious fact that Great Brit- not efect the water for use if the
ain owes "Rule, Britannia" to the sag- ter is drawn from below.
gestion of a prince who had few lng- 11. Where oil is applied' to star
lish sympathies and no love of the sa. water it must be distributed ei
Frederick, prince of Wales, when e- over the surface.
siking at Clfden House wthed to 12. Put fine wire netting over
have a mask performance there n terns, wells, and tanks of water
the 1stt of August, 1740, to commem- eTer ydy use.
rate the accession of George L and tme 'i to pt oil, such ais uwat
birthday of Princess August. The troughs for stock, lily ponds, an
prince commissioned Tbomson to write forth. can be kept free from wrigg
something for the occasion, and the by putting in goldfish or minnows
words of "Ru e Britannia" were the 1. Clean away all weeds, grass
result Dr. Arne set them to the fa- bushes about ditches, ponds, and' c
iillar air, which became so popular possible breeding places, since t
that Handel used the opening bars i afford a hiding place for the ma
as "Oecasional Oratorio," 1746, to the toes.
words, shaWM eai el 15. Clean up vacant lots and
peace." In 1M llet p uced a yards of all cans, tins, bottles, and
SSIn l lle t, p ldbsce !sh.
Oe IOs" o 0be0 w't*1Wr r 16. First do away with, or treat
by lard Bolngbr I who substituted pies where mosquitoes are km
three staasa of hea own for the fot, to breed, and then begin to world
Afth and aith o the original. Of thle places where they might breed.
mutflatkm rr George Groe says, 'It 17. lpspect and treat with eoal
aled. a It darjr to fall gutters, culverts, ditches, mash
catching basins. eta., along the I
BUY COAL NOW. side. -Manole covers asould
This is the last week of uaime screeaed.
prices on coal Buy now and get beer la Houses should be cleared
ft of low prices. CoW amers Ice & mosquitoes by burning 1 pound a
P'uel Co., Chase sad Tarrag Pha days.
159. ~ct. sect powder or 2 point of s a
U10 ele feet of. spae. The
Hoton'f Pha&uimr -i a *rtt hp wipes wl fal to the Soor maEs
rf prompt delivery Open aR M i a -be atected, and barWed.
Phone 1100. 1 .' ucces tn moasafto destrw
depeasdo poa the coerantiom at
MICE, FPRSttSW StISIMP mWab0waa of the entire oomsauui
T JORE TW 1..E 14 2 tWhie the iateetek t of j

I | The Ouality Store.

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NOW WI SAVi S lPO A HOME. ipent, ad her young guest protsni
_--- to become extremely popular.
AImanl w es 4 buy a home, if we Those resent were Miss Zoa Be%!,
hin try real hard, Mim Mararet Gon saMs Min yhi
so d~ use better any more, well Bobe, Miss Emma Peake, Miss OllnV
-lad r Irnd wth amrd. Appleberg, Mises Carlise and Be'dle
No m~frt m reaed house to house Bliss, and the honorte Miss Herman.
1fm vi death we'll roam,,
QuicL ut the furmace re out, CHOSE PENACOLIAN
we'e arntg br a home. AS NEW PRESIDENT.
A recent issue of the Asheville
Twe do u good, both you and me, Cktzen gives an dateresting account
to gut a little thinner; of the social aide of the annual come
Por brafast we will eat stale vention there of the Fertilizer Mang-
brad, sad have cold tea for fadurert Aeolptrio and publishes
nnerr, an excellent picture of the newly
'IBk how laxu tly well e be- elected president, Mr. W. deC. Kes-
i ath or paid Bor doe ler of this city.
We'll lve onfty cents a week One of the brilliant features of the
while saving for a home. banquet was the oast--'Our New
President and his New Wife."
rea might take In some washing. Mr. and Mrs. Kessler are expected
wie, and keep some boarders home from their wedding trio about
too, Nov. 15, after which they will be at
Taem do plain sewing half the home at "Hollywood.' the home of
night, when other work in Mr' Kessler's parents n the .Bayshore
through where they will remain while super.
No more vaction days for s by vising the construction of their own
woods or ocean's foam; residence on the fine site adjoining.
No trolley rids shall take our Mrs. Kessler, who is charming&
dimes. remembered as Miss Berrett of Bal
We're savig for a home. timore, the fascinating guest of Miss
Kessler last season, will be warmly
Amella, you did nobly, dear, you led welcomed by local society.
a frgal ilfe,
And how you lie beneath a slab. ANOTHER TELE HONE
marked. "Sacred to my wife." OPERATOR SICK.
And while yur weary body rests be- The telephone exchange has been
a th the churehvard loam, hard hit by the fever. Miss Florente
My sead wife sad I reside within Burns was stricken a few days ago.
the saved for home. making the eighth of-the telephone
-Harper's Basar. girl operators.
P Miss Burns is a sister of a victim
PLAYIM OW ALL who succumbed last week and her iIl-
INI OUTH DAKOTA. nees is no doubt due more to anz$
A Istter eaeved from Mrs. Par ety and nerve strain than to yellow
t. Mes, who has spet seeral t ver 4d at is believed that hers ewi
mate at, wh e h eN w.rk So th Da6e a light case.
s. w -.r tsn rday, Oct. Miss Genevieve Murphy is impro -
tets ue otherSterellrd things and will return to her duties ip
N6 I a d ffewd aae. t
that sheoh ou' foa othrInt thi a n a few daya.
et snow balle wth her wo hao game Miss Mamie En.glish, who bravely
at i ball, wimes ...t, ha n some, shortenedm her va cation orderr Lof w-
little rn eHoward a Charles. It borteed her vacation in order to
make e Keist in the central ofi e at their time
tAeofa l o did h s thoa e of greatest need only to become Ill a
tree mea hae made eLngaed = few days after her arrival, is impror-
Au ch o y t ing ad will soon be out.
MR e I 1 NARTAINdS Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Turner, Sr, and
O- Y eut e. family are still on their plantation
FORt YOUING QUST. near Powelton.
Mrs. Charle H. Dits entertalnedl
the grl of the Baye u youn set at Mrs. John Merritt and family are at
ker Sb nA Lttl L qu yesterday, Suwanee, Tenan.
afteraofe, complmeite to her,
rmchat g a g sister Miss Mignon Mrs. Jane Paxton and grandehil-
Herman who reeetly arrived to re- drea are in LouidAWe, Ky.
maO with her itdefaitely. Mis.
ois Is na lovely hostess and the af- Mrs. Leonard and'son, Mr. and Mrs.
t warMn was ^*rMbtrrr te mnrrily IHenry Hyer, Mr. W. K. Hyer, Sr., sad


f-to the tFEVER
that we- areure to please
` Nneo Ho.ital Semce Is

The Star Steam Csa or fDispla at
Laundry. Post Ofices.a
7 L Qardn St. Phone 114.
la _The following circular has be
sued by the Public Health and M
.- / .. Hospital Service and sent bro
over the country. It Is being di
SHELSpY r ii A e in all postofflces ad other p
w SEI nent places and will, no doubt,
Under Now Managment. an excellent effect:
A delightful resort immune from No Mosquitos-No Yellow Fe'
fever, offers to refugees elegant ac- Treasury Departme
commodations and board at $25 per Bureau of
month, S7.50 per week. Everything Public Health ana' M
first-class Hospital Service
Note.-The measures herein
M d Mrs. Carle Tur a toned were recommended by the
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Turner an medical board of 1900,.and have
children are still lingering in theirindorsed by the American I
summer cottages at Turner Camp, en- Health Association and by the
joying autumn country life. International Sanitary Conventk
J n i c t h h Americas. Republics. They have
Mr. Jensen is coffined to hs home been justified by the experience.
on East Hill suffering from neural-observations of the two working
gia. ties of the Yellow Fever Institu
this Beureau in Ve-a Cruz, Me
Mr. H. L. Brown has recovery and by the commission of the Pa
from a cold and billions attack which institute of Paris, Prance, operate
laid him up Sunday. Rio Janeiro, Brazil. The mea
S- hate been tested' successfully <
Mrs. R. A. Hyer entertained the largq. scale in Havana. Cuba, and
whist Club at her home on the Bay- kg the yellow fever epidemic at
shore yesterday. do, Texas, in 1903:
The infection of yellow fever it
It pays housekeepers to use Blue rieo' by mosquitoes, and by no
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Btracts. means is the infection spread.
They are so pure and strong that every Persons take the disease by
drop counts. Ask your grocer for bitten by mosquitoes that have
Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla, and vk sly bitten a yellow fever pat
say it plain. \Ie mosquitoes to become Inf
mut. mat bite a yellow fever patient
...... .-. g---- i the first three days of his al
T Theee first three days, therefore
IN MBMORIAM. the most important time for pre
S... ing the access of mosquitoes to a
...HH .H. ,i.. er patient.
It is often difficult to decide a
In memory of Basil Bogart, died the first three days whether a pI
October 8, 1905. has yellow fever; hence the nece
In threatened communities of pi
A precious one trom as has gone, a mosquito bar immediately ai
A voice we loved; Is stilled, every patient who has fever of
A place is vacant in our home kind, and for three days at leas4
That never can belled. Facts About Screening.
A sunny smile, he always wore, 1. The netting used should
And a kindly .w4 .trll; meshes fine enough to prevent the
And we dqepl4l t..S. of,our boy. sage of mosquitoes .t least
That God, in ,w dkdopJ, ha called. reshes to th4 ten the
2. It is tImportkni t screen the
Iu- the b)loo d oli halth he dows and aoors- o the house.
was sn edyouth a,_. doubly important to oereen the
UIke's flower froi_ i stem, of fever patients.
Likea shado he i6 from our 3. Mosquitoes can bite through
siht ,' quito nets when any part of the
To e ting.
Father and mother qem p nt for your 4. 4Frequet examinations sou
boy, made to see that there are no
Per Bas ils f se.aS mLre places in the netting or that no
From the. seW blets that frighten cuoes have found a lodgmen
us hr m side.
And the trsbItme 4at i4ider us so. 5. The netting should' be well
ed in to keep mosquitoes from e
Hosts of friends that mourned his loss lng.
Would now rejolee to see 6. If mosquitoes are found w
Him m d Ae rat hit thtrne fh the netting they. shealdc be killed
side and not merely dcvten or ab
Free from all ni m y. out. 9; "
7. All cases of fever should
Though awhile fha ei he's severed promptly reported to the local h
He is safe what'er betide officer. Awaiting his arrival
He may be the first to meet u should be covered with mosquito
When we reach'the other side. FS k rlOn e s Meequito Metnu
1. Mosquitoes live in the vi(k
Then let uo weep no more for him i which they breed. They o
For when we'er catled, we too must ten fly a lone distance.
2. Mosquitoes breed only In '
And when God sends the death angel -usually in artifcial collection
o fresh water.
We cannot anwer "no. 3. The young mosquito, or wril
"lives in water at least seven to ti
Ah, rest in pece,. Iear Basil, o 4. Although -the wrigglers lii
r e soon a meet ga, water, they must come frequently
Around the groat white throne of God the surfe to breathe.surfe
Where no farewell tm is shed. 5. C oil o the surface ol
Where ---ANT C RA. water prevents the wrigglers
Attention F. 6. Destroy the breeding places
Members of en ola Lodge, No. you will destroy the mosquitoes.
4 sr Memberstd rsol Loge, .. Empty the water' from all
1 ar3 ronettd *" pt at h dI
at 2:30 o'clock Wednesdy afternoon buckets, cans, flower pots, vases,
every forty-eight hours.
to attend the .funral o o r Ate 8. Fill or drain all ponds, di!
brother, F. E. W t. Members of unfilled postpoles. and the like.
Joppa Lodge No. 6 and all visiting 9. Change regularly every oa:
brethren are invited to be present, water needed in chicken coops,
T. G. STINON, nell, etc.
B. R. WITKOV SII, N. 0. 1. Treat with coal oil all staz

Yourw r Quality,


and s,

ot the Old, Pot ------- the New
tut Ot the Old, Putin the New!I

Why. ot put new Furniture throughout the home and
let the old go?
You Om Qat New Furniture and
pay Pr~r it Whir Unif It.
This is a proposition no married man and woman eca
let pas by. Remember, anything you want at almost
your own time for paying for it. There's high quality in
every piece too, and our reputation stands as a guaran-
tee behind it. Just think of it, bedroom suites as low as
$20.00, ando rockers from $1.25 up to $20. Mattresses
from $2.50 to $15.


I S, ?alafc SL. Phone 148. Pensacoa,1 4la
0"0000---00000 0000000 00 0040 eSoo 000 0001.100




At*MIft d l to wSt U a ovU 69dellmalaria sad ~s d bvu

It. 90*4 *TO STAY CURED.
Sr" s drug stores or at

um -t VWN OI O 'l1moF

fever until the danger ftgM r"ai
fever has pamssd. DestMi a moe>
n Wher r Opeue . algh
Sa n- 1


mood" of
to lmsaui
wy to des

P,, ;; .

Announce Specialel

with implicit coadence in the present, and a. great future for Prn


takes great pleasure in announcing-
Their Readinwa for a Large Fall and Winter ueliness
We have ordered, are receiving, and continue to receive as fast a
goods ay packed and shipped, the largest assortment of Fine *Qrocr
a that it has ever been our pleasure to handle-because we feel and
know the people of Peasacola are capable of rising superior to any ca-
lamity that arises, sad that on the wave of prosperity comes the de
sire to Pure and Wholesome Table Foods.


r Bobby.

In our Cafe and Refresh-
ment parlor is

ta batvyg our supplies
w Latat on purity--quall-
ty. Mt uantity, and the
freatret care is exercised
I a rts paratium thus
taorntg to the psublo
that tharogh ceanfhamse
demanded i thiga to eat
and drink.

Kady Kitchen Cafe.
140 SPa Phaoe 999



Fall Stock

Dress Goods

_ __ ~__~_

--n-. U


x Armures,

x Mohairs,

x Serges,

x Lacanlas,

x Poplins,

x Mon Reve, (s)ds

x Crepe Cloths,

x Shower Proof,

x Melrose.

- .",

Also a Full Line of Trimmings to



" -I- '.

We have also in stock a-New Line of

Skirts and Cloaks



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* ."

,y '" :9

WA.I! it'

- - - - - - - - - -

The Jou@fnes FiO Q Advertiements

S_ m m mx ei~ W a by the monte.

-~ U ~ -i

PA" 9SVf

The Surest

Road to Weath,

and, certainly, the most safe, is in moery
infested 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 nl real estate in her borders
will prove a. bonas to Its purchase. It will prove
your wsdom to eme our list eO real estae la the city,
and of farms and timber lands throughout Escambia and
other counties in West FMloda. .All communications
answered prompUy

Pensacola Investment Co.

W .L m1uS MiOdL L L=M1, 3WlHtp.
.L& I a9 Orft~ Sea. r. s_. TR .

21s 5S- ,Palea. stet, Pe eae, dsis.



will buy a four room house on aet
.Ban us east oft tfarraoBa. Reb

will buy a four room house, ooraet
Roma an d oyle reetreentsn, t tor
$8.00 per month.
$ 1600,
will buy three houses, North Hayae
St., renting for $1&00 per montk.
will buy three hoese. North Hat,.
(new) renting ftr $1t.0 per month.
It will pay you f latUOate~
of the above Good latM ta ib
trained frop any of them, while th
property increases an vaue.

2% 0. L Palaes f Plr USMfiW.

OR aAL3.-D1 Boietrs O-ae o<'
t, household pfood, t ae pate IP
and eveal large rgse. all at hoa,
311 N. Spit t. batwe 2 a d I p.

WA -- I J P WANTe 'n v m erythlug cheap., Mrs. H. P LI i
I -
WAqTWB.-Yoasg women of o0od WANTED-2 or 4 good white carrier FoR BAL-Twowqood second h lW t
~wereter a-d hieh sool edvat^ o boysp Apply urnal OCoe. 2oct3L bug tes ine condition at a b1.
Sthe eatelatt. to trea for aurs ala.I' Carcol ards, S OR
Sthe Superintendent WAWNTD.--Mea and boys wanted South Aloanis. P.O 0. Box 5834. *eAO n
huffingwis Famessbb. msstnsl. VAMUnni ITSL ^^ sia. -oot~t.U7
lar. Supe r Ltestronotid a s aLt. e wt. Special -
r ta lttia a price few days only. Coye ~Iro BAt A -Let te auWeda Mat- Wt a
WM U.-Wbes a I. o o B ros. o. Plumbing School, New York, tras 0Q make Ikat old bWd aMw 1Iw i
fft 4e o1h00. Or"a e.aObd tM, 0., Sa. L0u0 MO. (Freeo They gpuaratee all wok. PWtie OO w,0 B
r had ..Orden de- i or 0stogue.) Delivery free and promt. Lav.e l .
anre1 10 e ym mustbe paido r derfoat rreft 4h = v or ora"96=0
a Mad retail dealer: P. Box 514. WANTD.-archits experienced 1r. eStr
-_v principally on vie, latae and planer
"' ~ work. Adoress <2 W. Seventh St., JUST R C Va shtpAb t at 1 F I
WrAIrb.- dls py 0 of The Cincinnati. Oht. 24oct1 imported Olive Oi1. il y tal
SmmaaJourealrm o May 23, 1 It gallon or larger quaatty %arm tna
malm U2 pag. Anose posees- WANTED.-Mea -s Hs w anted &o a3o.' ohl an4 I WdrV tt ors
I a eo"slswte eooy will oter a tav- earn $5 day, iater two salnths laSoU o-u. I
or a The Ji rsj l y so motIfying this struction, positim guaranteed. Coyne .
dire sa tbs oar wil be Sadly paid Bros. Co P.luabla gicolt, New York; CMICl Wm At is
l. 18oct CincinntaU, 0, L*l, Mo. (Free MOakes fowlI sp !ly wI s j
catalogue.) octl1 s eThe0 tolto & C
on&__ "m* sith able Kellen & Co_-_M W

Aettohbadvoearmo house for me.
ai am-M -m to pay for it io install
na. Oed Iavemtet, as I am will
% to pay a fair rate of interest. Ad-
SA. J. Smear, care Journal.
We wm t the public to remember that
w-ra back at ou old stead on Bast
GQveram t street, and selitag po-
cries sad ptduase cheaper than ayI
et'hr An In Pensacola We mesa
what we ay. GOr. W. Pryor & Bo.

OKI & RUAL. eontractlng panthers
and decoartors. Flue varitaibl
ag Sftaumg. 8lg patutag a spe-
ca3ty. Badeace phome 24. Maug.
a0e wu t bt b or eiB o athtaf
A M wa atd WIM btag wemiwtM
E-m 'lThe ea"t is be .mugalgism
be 01m.

we.Oda" phese
= 3w AM"&'oo
IL~#~M ~ s

and trnastr
;6. Resaemie
White. 2-2 N.

WANTED.-An intelligent peron
earn $10 to $15 weekly a al
time correpodln or aewuI
no canvammDa. ank forpa
Northern Pres S.yadicatc,
N. Y.

WANTED.--By Chicao Manufi
aIng Hosme pson of trstMwrth
seomewhat tamifwlr wnk leamt rN
as assistant brunch oae. S
$18 paid weekly. Permaat pV
No investment requted. PreTe
perience mot essential to enga
Address, Manager Branches,
Block, Chloago. Iw

WANTD.--Puties In need of carpen-
ters, please rt up paeae No. 776,
or apply to La R eaek.e buesaea
agent, room 1, ld Armory bulldtag.

WANTED.-All young persons wao
are good steaoaher or book-
keepers that aore s n positions or
promotion, to register wth us imme-

WANTED.-Everybody to know that diatelv. We can -cure you good pos-
ou pRi' a0 Cofee may be im tated itions. We are having more calls
bit can't be equaled. New Orleans daily than w ea suppy It will co
Gereary Co. Jas McHUgh, Prep. you nothing to reittr w h Mleux
suto & Munro, Proprieto s, The Mob!le
Business College, No. 2-44 N. Royal
WANTMD.-The p blic to kow that St., Mobile, Ala. ISrepti*
we are ploseer Cofe Roasters of
Fieida. New Orleans O ocery Co, WANTED-The public to know that
ais McHugh. Prop. agn PLUTO WATER will cure Conset-
WA M'.-T-he MercaMts Treter nation. Stomach and m r troubles.
Com wets yfor morin and bhaigl For sale wholesale ad retail, by
ran r be gaamateedL T. B. Theu James MicHuI. octl2.
s,, Prop. Ph6ae 97. ISjaelal. ...

We want everybody to know that we,
are wholeaale and retail gocers and
still a* the old stand. New Orleaas
Grocery 0, Jas. McEugh, Prop.

WANTED-Ter electr e work o all
kinds. Let us clean your fans, re.
aior yor yamo, do your wtrirg. eto.
Fbe 5TP. Pensacla lect-rc Co,
ceraur lteadeacni ad Baylet strmota
VWNT.) --"eond hand roller top
desk. Wrte P. O. Box, 154.
A. RU BINHAM wamta your movrIt
aad haulitn. He gusanteme al break*
age. Phone S.
PARTI W o want to res* *im*e
-ma er aaything el for ta
mstitr. awil ftd The Jouraal Waat
a& a great Mhe
WIML - - - -

WANTED-The people of Peasacola
to cease worrylag. L The Joural
Want Ads sC v the problem for aM
TIey are expe-: detectives and can
Afi the man you are looking tor tI
he Is Included ta the 25,000 or W.M0
people icc makes tho population o

Money to Loane

xONIT TO 1.3D-Os @W relU a
tate gemii, e ge inlat.
10~aher bUiD g t LU..

wo"rsv .awm sas am a"an

ram ids* e

5aLOU T afsa& OIL

as ageaw a

MoN N LOAN M al meua of pet
o0al peeoit f short noticek
Terms eay. W. Bullard., pntairs
s2% South Palarox St Phone 1144

I4-lUMITED amount of nossy m e, o
as all kinds of perUesal Pperty
pes" raw Wto basibeas eI BM large
loam -Ins o 1 L6a Coo- .001i4
South Pa Ishe

rOa BAL&-I in- & t A 4inl
for Fire and ur mi Pr
Va. Fixtures. of all
manuactred bye Ali a
Look Cma pay of Clu.-. 01
Cowinuis with me for p'r- 4

28muna. 9 ba.



I rooms aa adljolas Mr. Laz Jaco-
byA new plafe at Lisherville. Deslr-
able ga *- l r bot sister mad sum-
oew.. .. ** .. ..... ... .. ..
Wet t bar, sell, rent or leue prop-
erty, borrow or lend money. If so,
or E m or wflt us at 200 and t01
ThIesea Building.




fOR SAL.-Large quantity of old
noamp rs oa hbad for sale. All
Clemi ai whoY. Only 6c a hundred.
Apply thrle es.

low* *h

- -

awghs, Felds am laema alw RdM s.
Saraello, TaulahasLm md lwgla Rarlrmd
Schedule racing ersfe May 6, 1905.
Sunday Sunday
etrthbil9n Ne 1 only only
No. 3 No. 5 N.J
Lv Atlanta (C. of G. Ry).... 1:20aJm 7:50.m ........ ......
Lv Macon (C. o G. Ry.) 8:45a.a 11:35a.m ........ .......
Ly Cuthbert.. .......... 7:0a.m 4:05p.m ........ .......
Lv Arllngton.. 6... ..... :10a 5:15p.m ........ ........
Lv Banbridge.. ..., ....11: 6:55p.m 6:20am ........
Ar TallahaMe.. .. .. ...... 1:5p. 8:40p.m 8:0 m ........
Lv !allahmsse (S. A. IRy) l:Up.m 4:00a.m ........ ........
Ar 3ack'ville, (8. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 10: ..... ... ........
Lv Tallahassee.. .. .. .... :00WP. 8:00a.m 8s5a.m 8:6Sv
Lv Sooaoppy.. .... .. ..8:14p.m 10:00a..mt:29a.m 9:54p.a
LT Lanark.. . ... . .. 8:48. 10:45a.m 10:05a.m 10: 26p.
Lv Carrabelle.. .......... 4:p. ........ 0:5a.m 10:35p.m
Ar Apalachicola..... ........ ....... ........

20 -Ats For Sale.

Weekly Payments

d $I1.00 ldy. .

No Taxes! No Interest!

Thos. Pebley,
Ofce Cor. Romana aan Palafox 8tu
Pbaoe 669.

FOR RBNT.--4srge house suitable
for boarding house, 240 Intenden-
cla. Apply J. I. Dubuisson & Bro.

FOR RINT-A five-room oottage,
1106 I. Cervantes, 2 blocks from oar.
wi t Pgas, bath and screened. No.
Apply to IL W. Gibbs. Hardware
Dept., Forbes' Store. .llootlmo*

FOR RXT,---Reeides late y o
ced by Dr. W. Hal, No. 11 W.
LaRua street Apply to IA Cary,
4 &. Palaws SPot. TeL

Tho will bea e-tlg f this
body a the ant a t hird rdam-
a ac Mat ai t 7:8I ,I M All
*eerf woe r MI to be pr
W. 14.M
L LT -i
'" UAMS' I LI a .

Edge 2 W frUidgi,.
Waitao Mdt4 deer PaatIW aMt
OerimB Pibto, YIsUa gleu ---sr

J. C ImWJU, 0a. a.
I. ta.rIMIMarM 1 a rI

Lv Jack'ellle,(. A. I& IIY.).. 9:66&m
Ai T&H&U@*Mq(s I&sRY.) -9: 10 :Ip-M

L# .slahse. .. .. ....
Ly amabridP.. .. .* .*
Ar ArmumAa.

S: 56p.m

No. 38
*: 00p.m
: 14p.m
10: p.a

9: SS&M
8: 27a.U

No. *
06: 45p.m

Ar8: 25p.

No. 4

4: 3&m
4: 46a.
6: 2.. ..

10: ifat

L Cuthbert (d. II OdRY.8 .. 3:42m 21:5m.......... Arl:5eIm
Lv mecs, (CL of G& RY.).. 4:15am 4:3p .m ....
At Atbstg. (C. ef a G KY.).. 7 :3NAM ?:up.= ..m1
NOICQ:b-yV5f )e1 0 I ad 0 will &manltow" ,"d seug' a
Sfshetwell Sttt Sm~sbelip.
fe fefr Two a G.W IeUase SIb at 0:0 aI E. wId ba
ran mae*6 t- -a Nm Cetop bm* at eompTey.
W.SL0.dt Lasash fe hrMihi
"m d 1* mo. $9.LC, own P@am Ag
YrweA aw Psm A~l

IC--~ ---- ~ -72



RAm 40 Y Mtag
g tL: ~~~k


odlk*rl ad a Pe r
Mie.wOM MISa46. LouLW a"d N":
city Is the

Union Paolflo

awry -I
salary Do you value your het
$io0, use our prer.Bied O bN
i and "Bhly.' New Orl-
ing- Co J. Mcu.h, Prep. r

We have bee withv yo le POasi
ia sineo 1874, aNd s 4te*l. stUOT
vith yon and srre you with the I
of gTOeroew at lowet "haa
ket price. New Orleas oG er
Co., as. McHugh, Prop. OaWN
FOR BA I--At a GMI -I"
store stoak aud ioe fc aM
Us-140 Inteadtsea.
WANT3DD- S6 saa 0s
and cotton seed meal Out e
town shipments bltte. Wta s
. S. Melles & O AAm1s8
FOR SALU-OS Chase w "N
of the riadge t IArfi
railway. betweO 7th a a SeM IS
Nature has I red thli ms M t~
can&ot be daplsteodA. AV. .MIM

PLUTO WATEfR-Cures Soastlpatt
Liver and Stomach trouble. For
sale, wholesale and retail by Jas. MI
Hugh. tU12.
FOR SALa-Beautiful bleo la oew
City. Tract No. 31. FT or & IWS.
Apply to A. M. McMUlau, Coas 5agi
FOR ALE.---hingles and Weod to..
sale. Apply to C. L. Cteightoa'
Mill, just west of Muscogee wp,
FOR SALE.-MY realde laftt
Hill. either Including Wble bloa
of twenty lots 40x117 1.2 Ift e aeh-
quarter block of Ave lots. Apply a
my oice, Thiken BuildUa t fo r rt,
er particular. C. W. Megaesaa
GO TO TURTON Itar all iM lGfts
Ormr loaded d uLtad te
Of cb -e H sMakes soe t .
thet p ina me stM tS2 2 lee.
Or. I&I-
0.0 11L3.-1-fam NOe aW
iot, 3 bkloks rom Pasest
192 oa ear due. or patieviru u.
1ite of Sta-dad ClOthtl O&

ALL FOR $1-10 lbs. Granalate
Sugar, 1 pound OUr Owa r.htly
Parche'a Mocha uad Jarv CoffeI 1 I.
Aldernay Baking Powder, this k fod
is equal to Royal that oats yfle
cts. per pound. New Orlans Q

LrrT- l. 402 & PA-AFOX ST, iOR SALE Ctt"*P-Mr treeWps.W
S---- UONEIT TOm LMA ON DIAMONDS, old Berkshire here tat, U *-- id
Watch. CUln, nge d a all aaesa Florida No u$,92& Ai6 f*A
LO at colatw *arit at low rs o" young Pl I gs.Ist4oned est,
Ss- *-- **
LOST -A punch with club Cie near regintsd ad transfprrdOIl.S.
Wh e's Resaurat Tuesday morn- tIerind. C -iplY.. le-
Ing. F'lnuer will please return to Jour- S- Ho
nal office and receive reward 25oct. L FORe SALn.-lA A sHors* af t t
-ETEL UOBATIOIS for sawle at all times. uspes
operators wants given speal attle-
BUY COAL NOW. VANCE't HALL, NORTH OF ASHEE.-tion. Call on or address D
This is the lat week of summer' VILLE. N. C., COOL, HEALTHY, EX- Pcnuel, Maritnna, pa. et
price on coal Buy now and get bene- CELLENT TALE, ADDRESS -
Ct of low prices. Consumers Ice & WANTED.-tou to heow that 7" a
rsel Co, Ctaw -ad T.aaua. Phoje VANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N. C. buy aice, clear old pa$tt **4. U
ML 25oct5t. iWsepLt. I ce cheap.

aomla at.
at uak* ; woot um i ft1
a te Y go arWes lI~ar
vwwtTpe hrd~rem Oeda.'W
nIed. P! 8'. ot~fSoN,
a IL WITrrKOW beteawm.

Nasail. dle W9 ;0 ebOU M
tedrsil ee lt Eshla aluMi It
RIN sisters ordlg Invted to ,e
kiss VAIt SecNar

IL IL IL I: K mom 'Mu ow
third Wedfl5o( evefn" t1:s So
a., UAord wno 1W lutes
6 ft lo ft r wL A .a V M L U P ft &

tm aw co-P Z
I1e Oak. C3r. lPd 1. V, 0
meetsISa Pythlan Na 18tn9d I
Woduss4ays In ach nomt2L VIMS
goerverigs" ..sdtally Invited
tw~tv X3.*U0ko~. clara.

I -- 4 I L-

wl~ai now%

AtonatId C~,uUL~mv

V B. 131e11 41

LUME t. LUtI V`;YiI .YrhB.@

IrS -O

4 i.
W. 0. W. C, Oak Gr3ve, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
of each mrnth at 3:30 p. m., 3rd floor
Watson buildlat, loutbwect corner
Palafox and Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordian In t1?d. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen,
-su- --.- --

irfh ,..... .i)

Refltrit & CaSletet 1in futrish
estilmte o building and pattlgt
and give Psmaosl Mtt ntloa to wotk.
9g2 I. StroM, sad 24 Iast Lata
McKtaste Oertti( f Co., whaleasu
and retail ship chandersn and groeer,
the only arst-eais ho1se of the kind
i Pensacola. Fair b A to all
Why ae oror pAwe when you
cam by Oa B4, r-mei Dimity,
Kaft Iane of CNames Bad 8t C. V.
Thoeipen's. M 8. Palafit.


At a meetta o the advisory board
of the Peameco Crtial School had
Sept 25, 1, Wttwairst a advisableto
poepost e the opeit l the comnm
mee af until mre favorable condJ

P. N. *
to Pnafji Thaook
Prompt atteteft 1*asw
to kulam. Pioeb,

LJ.1Na& i.0 .---: ok
- ,m- ~-a ..~1-

a set oat wo w d, ph"
of businee.AU ud t~fMt~
enOelfalst& e U ahWas
open for b3kftSMWi -to p
-rro Mgi6
TME ~dLlr' wiSpr.W

oar MIWU 01r 4riutl f ~~~I*:

act ."iwtah.06 d6 AM~IN&

mis PsuI- twobo
ytokedWM NOWil ~b i
amw qywpilu p hw m* E
beJdrl~i ~ e~ Y" LW3 r j

meSUSaSOmIr K hthreufh ialhqb
Oayas" "oalat rates anemwasetm
pSmbwd 15th to October 3lm i
TR Cd"i, Oe9n 4111MWAaIII
Y-~--r OSt a
20" uto trip r1ts, to CaN
a md mrth. Jiwi & Cl ak CfluM
tIuf at Portland. Ovows, umnil SO-
Ask for throgh rate from yW
aMm ad secure Iterature. 1w
formation freely gives.

Gm.-hu -
0. W. ULT. T. A.

W. Q,4mamw, Masm


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Gr FYL esi PMS

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. IWO $D1.0--10 lb. Granulated.
, pound Our Own 0S et.a
ld TI, 1 pound Alderany Bak-
owder, tals powder Isa qual to
that eoots yu 60 eoat per
Nmw OrleaM Grocery Co.

SAL-Somth halt block 211,
Ung 400 bet on Uth atres by
test tllY View Prk; als
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Mrs. J. J. Roger has narsed yellow
fever vrey eUletS*flfy through ser-
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toemas oI and New Orlease, and nw
ofert her services to tee requiring
a traind yellow ever nurse. Call oa
her it 140o ut Oa0 ea Or phone 8
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aseeislr aad your bameas wUa
tawe useful attetasL. Male WlU
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Call at The Jouanta ofce and get
Old newspaper at Sc A hundred. Clean
id h*bole. Good for wrapping paper
Or to It under mattlig.
AS A PRWVENTIVE try Lewis' An--
Malial and Chill Cure. It tors
to gtay ied. It is a od teale a
sd luer regulator. You need it at
thi time of the year. Q sale at all
drm@gUes or at Lewis & O., Iast
Goaenasmt street. Prie, Sc.

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te BI^ 111 nunl~BP~ts''~`'*:"` rwArrived.
SI IIII M Il l Br as, Williams,
S I l ll L lUnl UU II U TU ..i. WW tort to order
Sr T r Delta. Dutch a. Dekkle. 1519, for
Callas, with 1,584,000 a ft sawn tin-
Fi O L I L L I I ha t loPe te co cttoI Lovaine, Br as, An~irson, 1993 to
S" with my drocerie clean, rAnt-c~su OGaom, with 2, 183,000 a ft sawn tim-
rm a e the ee of Meat Market, xab as Beef, Country I'r. 55,000 s ft lumber, 1,364 c ft hewn
in Teproper lis amles of Yale College Already In Evidenme Ol tIM Paui rea Mu.Cton, etc. We, gua,
Sre sin r stle. proper anteed. Quick delivery. Call or VESULS IN ORT.
|1l w in the as paer- i flfMHl ftr ht8arlegate S la-llMtel PlMpriet1 s phone. 60,~,ritr Loy. d and Davis -
Ilbly oead in the ppearn streetsm. stesm"MV
ce of each piece and-- l Cm i i o Vea Clmbra, Dan s, I nsen, Hamburg
lampionl.i-,..to Gu'' Transit Co.
*we I M a W 1--8- r. as. mEaMlatds, 2001, Thomas fro.
MA Ie_ k The N-w York Herald (if Oct. 21,' TTe,. W 11.01 S. ncen.t oonsig eci to '. 0. tlwo.
tais. ahe rwnconce .gn- The Tampa Times says: "Itl.as ome- .
to be etactory in every intercollegiate golf champions in hat early in the s on to speak of Haold, Nor as, 1435, Aos Lodon.,
respecof .your money which a Pensacola oy, ,is Knowles, tourmts." remareo well TI r this mornlLL Kaendre,,t cha W. Keyser Coc
back." A wide assort- son of W. H. Knowles, is now 3 tel man, to Times reporter this morL 1 Gulfrt to th W Keyer Co.
sa. of Ties at 50 cents, prominent figure:. ng. "but at the same time t he are Hatasu, Br. s, Peters, 2298, Ncrfolk'
So es at 50 cent s to $2. I Qualify r : t Final. c mmencing to come in. although Blb MclMl IIa rn B s Co. tc Maser. ,
Bats up to $5.00 Under-. a in o aravely small ubr Br. Labela, Palmer, from Vera
war o ent 5 a garment both hailing from Yale qualified The north has not experienced any MaInufIactuI er Crt, to W. 8, Keyser & Co.
Sterda for t final o the inner severe col' weather as yet, and c M OB E A BAMA 55,
"t golf c;iampi ship* in r"roreas tquentl there is little reason In the ILE'u. +Lova ine, Bra. Anderson, 55
INTODAiategolf amionship .in rogressturists hieing them southward, buit RIg Janerloto the W. S. Keyser Co.
at| N ToDAY. at the Gard. n City links. Both iere e t M AK E T S ge-lat to in. s, Whyte, 8a m -
rank outsiders at the outset in the advance guard of reguti slar peisatrt~ veton 8 erritt & Co.
l.tas commenced to put I its appa & Ue r-
calculations of ihe experts. and by a. nd is pa ssin through Ta1 mp M A R KT aturnia, BWan ss ,Eenoa, iver
Spurious concinlt t< each in turn pla.- eCe r os a io +pints toh avuh pool to Gulf Transit Co.
edlast on the -trtousYale tea. "- ..ii r th, Tugela. Br ts, Lacock, p148, Vet
owle s pl last on th rtos aleTh first old snap will bring the Naval Stores Maet CrTu H Bars Vera
Knowles pla-d last nm the t(-ln t,.urists to Florida in a hurry, but Savannah Ga., Oct. 24.-The naval Crutlo H. Baarsn 1988, o.-
stori nVivinaS
WPSt andchambponsh lap selean on We'neda tby are like the birds in this re to-re market closed to-day as tot-. l a, iTsp a utl, -
9PIVIi and Abbott was las- man on th. prc + ^ d. always t eui ows erlool, to Gulf Transit Co.
"s + ,c;-t, that they always wait until the! lows: erpool, to Gulf Traflt Co.
MGe~Ma. iU s M n'r Ve viouns day. n-finalter sets in fairly hdavy before they I WW.. ....................5 40 hlps.
r In the semi-final rotund Knowv.ls Is- ake the step that means voluntary I WG.... .. ...................5 40 Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, re-
posed of hi' college mate Masc exile from their northern homes for a N.. .... .. .. ........6.......5 30 men Master
2050 S. Palafo hl. i u on ithe een period of several months. ...... ...... ............ 20 or. ship la 124, Andre
greD while A.n)ortt defeated Percy. .Of course, there are always a num-; K...... .. ...............5 05 fm eith t Master
SPb Gilbert. of Harvard, by the same mar- ber of people who make it a point to; .. ...... .. ............... 85 from Leth, toM .
gin. The greaLest surprise was the get here early in the season, and these H. .. .... .. .. .. ..........4 80 It. ship Trinlto, 1472, Santgule,
downfall of 'hc~p, who was a men- :parties have already made their ap- G........ .. ............... 5 from Rio Janerio to Rosco Bro.
ber of the Chicaio team for ithe Oym pearance. I have noted some of thelF.. ......................4 70
pia Cup, at Wheaton, and who is probe old stagers' already on the hotel regis' E.. .. .. ...................4 35 Bonheur, Nor bk, Anderson, 1998,
a' bly the most finished player of the trs, and have had the pleasure of D.... ........ ....... ......4 15 Fleetwood to Southern States Lum-
i i ii present of college golfers. meeting some of my ola' friends 6f C........................ 4 05 her Co.
S. Ale.s fancie-d oponnte r hefrsI ye.rs past. spirits Turpentine 67 cents. Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olesen,
vr k M et RoV. L played remarkable golf for the fr "Thes people are the ones that re- Antwerp, to Pitch Pine umber Co.
'nine holes. Nothing cane aamis osTgard F'lorida as very nearly as mueb thatrp Nor P b Ebernet 771 Quai
S-- ----- the putting green and he was holeing tir home as the ities and towns n COTTONor bk. benezer, 771, Qualn from
r out from any distance. The pace he the north where they vote and have London.
S set may be gathered from the fact their summer homes. They make it a The following cotton quotations are Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
That his medal score was three un- to get here ahead of the tourism reported for The Journal oaily by C. Gloucester to order.
SVder "fours" for the first six holes al- rush. for the purpose of securing quar- Gunter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton brokar. Ger. bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk, from
l. owing for a stymie at the fifth, whic'i ters that they have, perhaps occupied nsacoa Fla.: Hamburg.
a s tohe replaced and held after he had ob- several y~ers consecutively. These Good Middling........ ...... 10% Nor. bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. Patter-
lain a half in four. fpopse want to settle down comfort Middling... ... ..........10% n, LaGuayra. Keyser & Co., 1268.
~ Fuq C. Knowles Wins Five of the First Six. or ng winterseasn SouthStrict Low Middliig.. ... .......10% Nor. bk. East Craft 1248, Johnao'*
# -VW 0 p At this sta1e he was 4 up, but he Florida. and in consequence they make Strict Middling.. ............10% from Dublinto Master.I
overapproached to the long seventh, a point to reach the reort ahead. Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaken, 1227
om rve&rM Wf. d w and lost the hole in 5 to 6. The of the army of visitors that come New York Market. London.
Ph* 731 eighth and ninth hole were halved in scuth on the winds of the first cold New York, Oct. 24.-Following are Nor. bk. Mocco, 1052, Ellfren, from
a m rrtved- Maokerel Spare Rib 4 each, and allowing a 3 for the fifth -ave. the ruling quotations for today: Liverpool, to Alex Zelius.
S lMes Corned Beef, Cod Knowles was out in the record breaK- "Personally. I am looking forward Open Close Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Por-
Wik New Raisins, Herring in Keg. ing figure of 35. and was a 3 up, show to a good season this year. There is January.............10.67 10.52 grund to A. Zelius.
i "- asnig. Black Olives, S.' ing that Phelps himself was playing no reason that I can see why st: h an M 'arch.. .. 10.86 10.80 Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
Y Ood Ph Hallibut, Blesters a long way above the average. e pectation should be disappointed. December .. ... ...10.59 10.45 Rotterdam.
11alah Onions, Olives in Ke, Dill Coming back V.nowles won the :The tourists are looking to Florlti' Wldwood, Nor. Ablkrs 4v lson, 476,
Pickll lack Greek Olives, Saaer tenth, his opponent being short with again, as they did y~rs ago, and'in Liverpoot Warkbt. Troon to A. ZebHi, A'
amt., Boet Pickles. Prancis Leggttt his approach, and there was ,1( consequence. they may be expected to Liverpool. Oct. 24.-o f wing are Barkentinei.
S e.'sa Ole,'rated Brand of Caeaed change until Knowles topped his drive n ake this state their home in largethe ruling quotations' or today: Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen
^*sed Alparags and T;ps, Lobsters, to the thirteenth, which he lost in numbers during the coming season. Open Clos Ceara, Brazil.
3al1me, Shrtmp, Oyster, Claas. Ia. 5 to 7. The next three holW< were "Other business in the hotel ine Oct.-Nov........ ..5.69 5.74 oon
porte Sardines. Italian Cheese. Ital- halved, which ended the match, at here is picking up very well. The ov.-'e ..... .. .7 5.59 Dchoon ke
if Paste, Spanish Canned Goods. though the bye hole was played, a d traveling men are passing through ecJan .. .5.73 5.71 Doris, Am sch, Wilkie, 3102 Havana
White Beas, Red Beans, Bater; the winner finished in 77 under medal Tampa in numbers, and they all seem Ja.-Feb. ........5.76 5.81 l nach, Henebery. 299
leasm. Everything new and fresh score rules and 78 at match play. The well satisfied with conditions as they Feb.-March.. ...5.77 5.83 ana.
Nos. 604. 606, 608 S. Palafox St cards were: find them. In fact. the winter season Mch*-A .........* 5.79 5.8 ar, Am scl Axcs., 5, K
SI Knowles.. 4 S 3 4 4 4 6 4 4-36 r ayv be said to have open up, and con- Apr.-May .. .... .. ..5.80 5.85 6st oGulfTransit Co.
--- --- Phelps.... 4 4 4 5 4 5 5 4 4-39 Gdittons to my mind are all. that could Geo. May, Davis, ,ilvere, 554.
Knowles.. 4 5 4 7 4 5 5 35 3--41-78 dl, asked." A CARD.
Phelps.... 5 5 4 5 4 5 5 5 3-41-80 This is to certify that all drugglts "A dose in time saves lives." Dr.
Phelps under the trying circum COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE ie authorized to refund your money ,Wood's Norway Pine Syrup; nature'
Stances demonstrated that he is an' Foley & Co., CWicago, originated it" Foley's Honey and Tar fails to remedy foi coughs, colds, pulmonarv
exceptionally fine player. as in spt Honey and Tar as trot and lung cure your cough or oM. tops te diseases of every sort.
i of the heartbreaking pace of his col -rem-dy, and on account of the great cough, heals the lgs ad prevent BUY L NOW.
Slege rival he played sterling goif merit and popularity of i oley's Honey serious results frM c'told. Cures This isa the i ek of ummer
From start to finish. and Tar many imitations are offered, grippe cough and prevents pneumonia This is the lpt oweek of ummene
SThe match between Robert Abbctt tf the gunuine. These worthless ti- ,and consumption. Contains ni opt prico coal. Buy e nowand etbener
and Percy Gilbert was in s trn .- itations have similar sounding name ates. The genuine is in a yellow pa.- fit of low prices. Consumers Ice &
trast. as few holes were played with- Beware of them. The genuine Fole'sage. Refuse substitute A. D Fue Co., Chase and Tarrgona. Phone
out one or the oeher, or both. making Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack- emberte, Druggist and pothecary. 259. 2oct
o f Blo o d egregious mistakes. This was so age. Ask for it and refuse any sub- Attention, Teach W FARMIN,
from the very first hole. where Alh- stiute. It is the best remedy for Attention, Teachers. WA FARMINO,
bott's topped drive was short of the coughs and c lds. W..A. D'Alemberte Unless we have later instructions
i bod bunker, while the Harvardl man's aP Druggist and apothercar.-, 121 South se hoo will on in Pensacola Noven- A PeemUar ch le Incdu try
sberhool will o1905. n in Pensaola Nove- a tr hnee Icndut d.
a gh the kid- proach was hit off the shank of his palaox street. e 1905. How I
club and went at rigeh angles. An N. B. 'COOK. Among the novel occupations in C'i-
iet mas iliterW so at a big proportion of the hole -BARBER SHOP ANNOUNCEMENT. na is that of the wax farmer. Tbh eto-
--id -fi tred In there was nothing but a stPcctrsion of Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplac tire crop is produced by the labor of
errors The quality of the golf may We have now In our employ Dick of prompt delivery. Open all night myriads of little Insects, whose eggs
rder tht these o gathered from the fa.t that Ab Gagnet, the well known tonsorial ar- Phone 1100. or cocoons deposited on the limbs and
"bot was out in 43 and was 3 up. tit. You will find him at the Collins branches yield a rich Hrvest, which l
'In1 flty pct- Coming home Gilbert seemed unable Bros. Barber Shop, 204 8. PalafaC St. why Humev Stumble. transformed into pure white wax and
fem their duties to pull himself together, anl that for-I 18octlw. Many horse stnmble and are whip. marketed at a fair price. The tree
tune ws on the ide of e Ye ma ped thereor be e rsons having trum cidm) ch prdnce
properly, Care was strongly demonstrated at ti:e Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace .hem in keeping are careless In "hitch- ( nta te a ine grows in the
eleventh. where he had sliced his r- of prompt delivery. Open all night. g them np." The most fagrant and wh te wax in the western part
buld be tkCen ond ino a heap of sand and mud. Phone 1100. common er.rorl ot dagn Chienchang valley, in the western part
thm i t He j:t' managed to get ot ot o common en ror in elotheng a or ish o .k China, wiIh is some 5.000 fee
trouble with his third and then hold- plachne a tle breehcn or hobd'ck 8hove the level of the sea. In March
ro~thya ~ out with his mashie 'ome for y yards strap, at the proper height on the roud brown forms are seen attached
wa.?. After this Abbtt was 5 up,. horse's hind legs. In fact, every third to the lmb and branches. If one of
f youae but subsequent poor play enable, horse is hitched wrong in this respect se sh onld be opened it would be
a trererfrn kid. sixteenth hole The (cards were: I It will not slip up under the horse's ta inset
aublAbbott.... 5 .' 4 0 5 5 4 4--43 and never so that it will when the b nsets. By a stris ge law the inst
ctn c try Glbert .... 5 3 5 7 6 5 4 4-46 will not flour ish or produce wax in 1it
S]Abbottt.... 4 4 5 8 4 6 5 3-44-S7 against a load slip nearly down to birthplace and If allowed to remal
Gilbrt. .... 5 5 4 6 4 6 5 3 -43--8 hoks. The loatterd potlon deprive will drop off in a dead mass. Tbls,
Dwight Partridge Defeated.hocks. The latter position deprives Chinese have discovered the exact
In t wa We have the ts, the horse of the free use of his hind hae is
tI ohe nL ife I nf:iaoorninr Eli- Kno s wae' Wre moT l legs. causes his feet to cross alternate- cality where they will flourish to the
Sres;onible for the daf a: of his forrr the eads are Your. ly, lifts his hind feet, f not his whole best advantage. Transporting the fe-
*r scholmate. lbwign Par ridte. th" . .. dales to the various farming places

faVrte for th title. The la: named ind parts, nearly o the ground and
f ( riteavoc for the title. The lau- named glnm pana. nean2 0 0re tana am )o (400 miles distant in the
son until he niis.-'l easy- j'uts at the' -throws the weight of the load and at
won until he mis-.d easy puts at the throws to egtof eo a province of Szechuan gives employ- <
seventh anil eighth holes After this the horse lflm elf on to his front feet, provinceog the seasn gives empafl
his work it! the reens %as nached It I be to Ow tu the result being badly "sprung"dung th saknee prte. Oso n to thom angs
L iv er a up on the sixteenth gir*nteson. the generally attending whipping, jerk- term Is f.1ti ,
and he was eventually beaten by four frequent unavoidable stumbfla with eters o t sc.he w a
Mason Phelps accounted for Howard r tg of the res nd ee o1 the l eet
li* I Gee by three up on the seventeenth briB dver. nealy grow and the body In almost
Si holo Both 'ere out in thirty-nine, conical, with a round base. Later
Where they were all quart'. After Mallm t er GMM. it becomes mature and beg-ns to d-
k Each had won a ole coming back. Tou'l hear men say and we A beautiful young lady and her oaes posit eggs. At this time the opera-
vnelps gradually drew away and was hblieve it's true that this store beautiful mother wee walking down tlon of removing the females from the
edrmie piayn~ he t'v.enta. does the Hat business of Pen- the street together when they met two lImbs and branches to which thby ati
n W i which he won. sacola; be it so or not, wa're gentlemen whom the mother knew. attached and getting them ready to
nd m O WiU neevr IPrcy G:lbcrt had a runaway match certain of one thing- "How much your daughter resembls turn over to the porter for transit is
rre t it aca;:n Thomas Lipe t Jr.. of you'" exclaimed one. commenced. They are thereafter ear.
arinccton. Five up at welfth rn, e the W e s "How loosely you resemble your ried hundreds of miles to the places
Sh dn I daughter!" exclaimed the other. where the wax farmers have rows of
For Sa yhcr the lirar ad man was seven Store we know of Now, which of these two gentle the special food plant-a species of
O r The matOcr of the morning was that do yon think was Invited home to tea? flowering ash fve or six feet high-
nnahOS. .etwe.n Roer Ab,bot aid a'ph We're ready to satisfy every upon which the Insects feed and de
P'eter-. Jr Bt h were out in" 3( and demand' for the New Fall Styles. A Metr's Amlwer. gosit their layers of wax.
s all square at the turn:, s .v.,n of the Stiff Hats in the new blocks When Earl Ferrars bad been ea Many thousands of insects are taken
holes in thte ouwtartl journey b being from $1.1" to $3.50. Soft Hats vieted of murder great efforts wer by each man on a trip. They have t
halved. A!bbott won the second in in all the new shapes and made to obtain a pardon on the ground travel entirely at night with their dell-
| ltK Iwo. while Poters won the n'nth in shades from 50c to $3.). that he was insane. His mother being lete and precious loads, for the mid-
*E three Coming back the Ya:e ma. appealed to and requested to wrtte a day beat wold be dangerous to the
won the tenth and eleventh holes, the strag letter ea the subject, answered lives of the mates. The various cities
nex! five being Lalved. A!hhItt then "Well, bt If I do, how am I to marry and vilals along the route leave the
won the seventeenth in a perfect four. loff y daughtet"-3reen Bag. gates mpen, so as to afford free and
Iw which ended the math. The score eANSobstraty to te
bv stroesd passageway to the car-
Abbott. 4 2 5 4 5 6 4 4-39 CASH CLOTHIR At mer kt slers. Seem at nlght running with a
Pluers. 43o4 ,43-39wifeI s IS theIr plgKt dressed In most mess tIo
SA NC, E S 4.... 4 4 5 4 3-39 PhoaW 297 ne I Do Itlook M. kr m pro straw, their bickering lat-
SP ....ers 6 4 4 5 55 4-434-K3 CO. i and Paldo S& "Wld-W---t looked like her whoM en swmi~ji and tro. the esCurs.
I LI 8 i L Miam SMl. AL The final to-day wiil be at thirty-si x she a w prlag far the pbotor ofm a wei and plctoreqe agt.
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"-Mi., deM r home? w oaa*t th iw eaboa ot
JIL A bol~~4 hw~goli geob kvm We? AM UP
dot .dot dlay a momemat-but eAti f&g
~-OubVW Or "rsap Us o "e tbre tLw n dk.
*~iS w~~ s ard we'll attead to them QUICi. WV
lbe bstgflre umumac. coslpamte 12 e

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his. .1d

Dles Bra. Pen,&

Central Life

isr lo r deah rat., lower eapms- r.e u~ l d hlb
4g ,t rMte than any company doilg bC inm t Ierwidl
t jbit be eeay for you to decide the rvt.

nM WIIteasGeneral Aset.

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2 Iron Works and Supply Co.
aamboutanere and Repairers'of
Prompt attation. given to all orders, day or night Aslate
= for Jaaml Meray & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, alao
Cbhanl d all &Aegriptionu.
RMn Psone 1tog. P. 0. Bo.n 1t
yt)YImi il IC iml IM l:*l^iX0l^

No. SM
H. L, COVINGTON PwMldent M. CLARK, Cahier.
C. WW.LAMAR, Vk-Pdeft JNO. PFEIFPER. AsLt Cashier

Capital Stooa, *200,000 SUrplrs, 40,000
Henry U Covtn.a. 8. J. roshee.
J. tl. POff. A.M. Avery,
SW. H. Milton, Jr,
Bryma Dawoy O. O. Maura,
FPauk tettl, W. L. Cawtbon,
W. S. Rpaoeo C. A. O'Neal.
T. r. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
F. & Braw I, McKenzle Oertbt
C. W. L~uar. Alex McGowtn,
J. R. Baaden, C. M. Cooinatom
Accounts 9l SaMftn Indtivdual, CrpertJleeOa and Firms *Iotlie
fn yper eist. Interest paid on Time Depoeita.

WM. L. KNOWIJ, PriaWt. W. K. HY JR., V.-Pres. and Casah
-IeO. W. BJUNT. Ala t (fier. WM. ftS, Asst. Caah br.

First National Bank

DurCClORS F C. Brnt,. A BlounA WVm H. Knowlesk
W, C Hyer,Jr. D, Brent.

Foreign and Do!Wtic Exchange Baoght ald Soa.

We draw our own Bills of Ex-
change on Qreat retain, Ireland,
Germany, Pranca Austra, Italy,
Holland, Spain, elllum, Ru"ia,
Norway, weden, Denmark, and
other Europe-n countries.

Vssel* disbursed upon the mew
Favorable Terms, and their obli-
gations taken payaple at Poet of
Destination Ten Days Aft4r Ves
eel Arrives there.

Safety Depoit Boms For Rent, in Connection with which we
have m Praate Dprtment for the use of Renters

rroft Oft 4p m --- -l per a -.t
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M. N. be13n. CAM=a MAX5INL D MORSAO. aewR. RM CAS
Oltlene National Dank,,
offteeoa. Florida.
CaNMW WL Morris Bear. T.3. Wei ov


J: S: RS I B i "gX. W. MENEPEE. CMasIe.
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